The Van Wyck News

Volume 1 Number 8 The Web – Based Newspaper of the Van Wyck Community             17 September 2009



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Bake Sale
20 November

    The Community Development Club will sponsor a bake sale on Saturday 20 November from 9 AM to 1 PM at the Community Center. Donations of baked items are needed  - pies, cakes, cobblers, cookies and candies are especially appreciated, but all items are welcome. Customers will find a selection of specialty items prepared by a group of excellent bakers at very reasonable prices.

Fall Events
Women's Extravaganza - 10 October 2-5 PM
Bake Sale - 20 November 9 AM - 1 PM

Christmas Parade - 11 December 2010 at noon.
Lighting of the Way - 12 December 2010.
    Pole Assembly - 27 Nov, rain date 4 December 2010
.School Board Race
    The District 1 School Board seat is contested on 2 November, with incumbent candidate Don McCorkle, retired educator Leland Hughes and local businessman Kevin Sexton vying for the job. McCorkle and Hughes presented their views concerning the job in an article in the Fort Mill Times . Kevin Sexton has provided a two page brochure outlining his views and qualifications (p.1) (p.2).
Children's Attention Home News
    The Children's Attention  Home is located in Rock Hill. It provides temporary housing and, through its Charter School, schooling for children removed from their homes by court order.  Fundraising events coming up include a 5k run on 9 October and a Mardi Gras party on 20 November.
4H Picture
Bailey Griffin, Caitlin Hinson, Anna Miller and Allison Hinson show of their prizewinning 4H project chickens
Van Wyck Fall Festival a Success
    The 2010 Van Wyck Fall Festival and Car Show, held on the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, was a great success despite some mild rain in the early afternoon. Two bands, two barbeque vendors, several other food vendors, numerous crafters, multiple politicians, lot of cars  and a lot of activities for kids made for a successful day.
Women's Fall Extravaganza
    Sunday, 10 October at the Van Wyck Community Center from 2 to 5 PM will see Thirty One Gifts, Sandy Creek Herb Company, Premier Designs, Mary Kay, the Pampered Chef, Blessings Unlimited, Tupperware and others will combine in a shopping extravaganza with free gifts and prizes. This is an opportunity to cut down on your holiday gift list without driving to the mall. Questions? Call or email Christy Russell (803-320-9886) or Cheri Nguyen (803-448-5299).  
Greater New Hope Soup Kitchen   
    The Greater New Hope Soup Kitchen  served more than 1500 dinners to hungry people in Lancaster during August.  Now open four days per week, the need for nutritious dinners served at no charge seems to have picked up substantially since school started. Donations of food or money are gratefully received at 201 Ferguon St., Lancaster, SC  29720.  The facility is open from 4 - 6 PM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and is staffed entirely by volunteers. The number of dinners served each month has doubled in the last six months. 
Feeding the Hungry
Donations to Lancaster County food programs have fallen off recently. The recession increases the number of people facing hunger and the need for food.  The Van Wyck Press is happy to transport food to the agencies serving the needy in Lancaster.  If you have food that you would like to donate and would like us to transport it for you, let me know.
    


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