Our Business Calendar

March 25, 2022

McLeod Health Announces Changes To Visitation

On Monday, March 21, 2022, McLeod Health modified its visitation policy as a result of the decrease in COVID-19 cases. McLeod staff hope this trend will continue as communities return to normal operations and move beyond the pandemic. The organization has expanded visitation to four visitors during general visitation times (6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.) at McLeod Regional Medical Center, McLeod Health Cheraw, McLeod Health Clarendon, McLeod Health Dillon, McLeod Health Loris and McLeod Health Seacoast.

Gospel In The Park Series Begins New Season

Gospel in the Park Series returns to Pride Park 630 S. 6th Street for it’s 15th year. In The All American City of Hartsville, SC. Theme: Bringing Unity into Our Community. Devotional service render by Pastor Henry McCoy and Morning Star Baptist Church Family, Patrick, SC. Praising God through songs. Live Gospel Entertainment by The Singing Angels of Sumter, SC, Evangelist Michelle Tucker and Worship, Orangeburg, SC, The Familett, Lamar, SC, Second Generation Dillon, SC and many more. Get your lawn chairs ready to enjoy a evening, of a word from God, great gospel music and fellowship. This is a free outdoor event everyone is welcome! Masks required. For More information call Sister Barbara CARRAWAY, 843-409-5241.

Everyone Welcome!!!

Marc H. Morial To Speak At Morris College Commencement

Marc Morial, who has been described as one of the few national leaders to possess “street smarts”, and “boardroom savvy”, is the current President and CEO of the National Urban League, the nation’s largest historic civil rights and urban advocacy organization.

He served as the highly successful and popular Mayor of New Orleans as well as the President of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. He previously was a Louisiana State Senator, and was a lawyer in New Orleans with an active, high profile practice.

He is a leading voice on the national stage in the battle for jobs, education, housing and voting rights equity.

A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, and the University of Pennsylvania, he has been recognized as one of the 100 most influential Black Americans by Ebony Magazine, one of the top 50 Non Profit Leaders by the Non Profit Times, one of the 100 Most Influential Black Lawyers in America and he has also been inducted into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame in Atlanta, GA.

FRAA's Quarterly Grant

The Quarterly Grants Program for Organizations & Individual Artists is designed to provide support for a wide variety of quality arts projects, as well as for professional development opportunities for artists and arts administrators. Organizations must be based in Florence County with a Florence County mailing address and be registered charitable organizations with federal non-profit status. Individual artists must be practicing artists in dance, literature, music, theatre, or the visual arts and have a Florence County mailing address. Individual artists must be over the age of 18 at the time of application. Individual artists cannot apply for funding for projects that are related to academic credit or be a degree-seeking, full-time student during the grant period. The deadline is May 15 for projects beginning in July, August or September and ending before June 1.