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Enjoy the crisp autumn air while walking with us! If you prefer a climate controlled class join us for one of our indoor exercise classes.
Senate President Steve Sweeney, Assembly Deputy Speaker John Burzichelli, and Assemblyman Adam Taliaferro invite you to visit the Third Legislative District’s traveling office.
The address of the auction site is www.govdeals.com and the surplus is being sold in an “as is” condition without express or implied warranties.
The County of Salem has contracted with “South State, Inc.” for the Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to Hook Road, County Road #551, Phase 1 from Interstate #295 (MP 4.38) to a point at (MP 2.94) and proceeding form a point at (MP 2.73) to East Pittsfield Street, a local road (MP 2.16).
The SCC Glass Club will be hosting a Beads of Courage bead making and fundraising event on Sunday, October 27th, from 10am to 5pm. The event is FREE and open to the public.
SCC’s new Glass Education Center will be running hands-on workshops. No experience is necessary!
Find out how you can nominate a special lady for 2020’s Women of Achievement Award.
Saturday, November 2, 2019 9:00AM—11:00AM (Must arrive no later than 9:15 in order to receive breakfast) Free breakfast for all veterans. Your community members will be making and serving you breakfast to thank you for all you have done! Please register by calling...
SC Dept. of Health and Human Services Recognizes National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, October 20-26, 2019
Salem County Department of Health and Human Services will be highlighting the dangers of lead exposure and the importance of testing blood levels in children as part of National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, which begins October 20.