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02 ■ section two Wednesday, February 15, 2006 ■ The Summerville Journal Scene
Keowee Vineyards golf cours- posted 10 points in the third and
CHARITY es. All four rounds will be tele- SUCCESS then Fort Dorchester rallied,
from page 1, sec. 2 vised live by The Golf Channel. from page 1, sec. 2 outscoring Summerville 17-11 in
The BMW Charity Pro-Am at the final period. Pendarvis said
www.scjgf.org/hootie. He was. The two-sport star
“The South Carolina Junior The Cliffs is the only tourna- his team will have to do a better
came out strong, making drives
Golf Foundation is very proud ment on the Nationwide Tour job finishing if it wants to suc-
to the basket, grabbing rebounds
of the partnership it has with the where amateurs and celebrities ceed in the playoffs.
and putting up shots from 3-point
BMW Charity Pro-Am at The are grouped with Nationwide “Fort Dorchester played us a lot
range. In roughly four minutes of
Cliffs,” said Tim Kreger, Direc- Tour professionals in a three- tougher tonight than it did at our
play in the second period, Green
tor of Development for the day better-ball competition. The place, but we are going to have to
sank two baskets plus a 3-pointer
South Carolina Junior Golf professional winner of the over- play better defense,” he said.
all 72-hole event will take home to help the Wave to a 35-22 lead “That’s the bottom line.”
Foundation. “Through our part- at halftime. He added 3 more
nership, we have been able to $112,500 from the total purse of Summerville improved its
$625,000, which is one of the points during the third period, record to 14-11, 5-5 with the win
generate funds to open the First when he saw roughly two-and-a-
Tee of Greenville. We are truly largest purses on the Nation- while Fort Dorchester fell to 9-
wide Tour. Amateurs and half minutes on the court. 12, 4-6. The win makes the Wave
excited about the opportunity to
celebrities will compete for “It was hard,” Green said after the No. 3 seed for the region and
provide VIP tickets for the
individual prizes and cash the game. “I’m tired. I was able the Fort the No. 4 seed, a step up
Hootie & the Blowfish concert
donations to the charity of their to run even with my cast on, but for both teams. Summerville has
as a means of raising annual
operational funds for the First choice out of the beneficiaries not being able to play in a game been the No. 4 seed for the past
Tee of Greenville.” selected by South Carolina situation has left me a little out of two years and last season the
The concert helps support the Charities, Inc. shape. But I think I did ok for my Fort didn’t make the playoffs. Photo by Roger Lee
29 Upstate South Carolina and For more information on the first game back.” Tonight, Summerville travels to Summerville senior Shantell Smith pulls up for a shot in Friday’s
Western North Carolina chari- BMW Charity Pro-Am at The Pendarvis had an even bigger West Ashley (13-11, 7-3 in game against Fort Dorchester.
ties benefiting from the BMW Cliffs golf tournament, sponsor- night, racking up 14 points to Region 7-AAAA) for the open-
of 3-pointers on consecutive
Charity Pro-Am at The Cliffs
golf tournament, which will be
ship opportunities, charitable
funding or volunteer opportuni-
lead all scorers. Fort Dorch-
ester’s Garcia Simpson finished
ing round of the playoffs and the
Patriots travel to Goose Creek to WAVE Patriot possessions. With 1:00
played April 27–30 at The ties, call (864) 297-1660 or visit with 13 and Summerville’s Kyle face the Gators (23-2, 10-0 in from page 1, sec. 2 remaining in the first period,
Cliffs Valley, The Cliffs at Wal- the tournament’s website at Tyner hit two 3’s on his way to Region 7-AAAA), who are rid- Latasha Moultrie sank a shot to
AAAA) in the first round of the
nut Cove and The Cliffs at www.bmwcharitygolf.com. an 11-point night. Both teams ing a 15-game winning streak. give the Fort its first lead of the
playoffs Tuesday night.
game. Then Summerville hit a
While Summerville did reel off shot at the buzzer for a 13-12
1HHG -XPER 5HIL"
FROM its fourth straight win, it didn’t Lady Wave lead at the end of the
1.25% dominate like it had in so many opening period.
&DOO IRU +HOS games in the second half of the
Fort Dorchester grabbed
momentum in the final minute of
Homeowners, Consolidate Debt Now! NO UPFRONT FEES! “Everything was running like
SAMPLE LOAN PAYMENT TERM RATE* APR the second period when Paulin
$275,000.00 $2,218.27 30 YR. Fixed 5.87* 5.98%
clockwork until tonight,” Causey forced a turnover and passed
$475,000.00 $1,582.95 Power ARM 1.25** 5.83% said. “We didn’t play our game. downcourt to Hillary Stringer for
$475,000.00 $2,734.37 5/1 ARM 5.50 5.60% Last year’s game with Fort an easy basket and the 22-all tie.
$475,000.00 $2,276.04 7/1 ARM I/O 5.75 5.84% Dorchester was exactly like this
$600,000.00 $3,597.30 30 YR. Fixed 5.99* 6.10%
However, Summerville quickly
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round of the playoffs. Against outscored the Fort 11-5 in the
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application. Berkeley, we will have to show third period for a 6-point lead. In
REFINANCE •DEBT CONSOLIDATION up and play our game so the same the final period, Summerville
HOME IMPROVEMENTS • NOT SO PERFECT CREDIT thing doesn’t happen again. extended its lead to 10.
NO INCOME VERIFICATION • PREVIOUS BANKRUPTCY OK However, I do think that tonight Paulin led all scorers with 25
LIMITED/NO EQUITY PROGRAMS shows my girls have learned to points. Stringer finished with 8
Real People...Real Results! play mentally tough and I’m while Moultrie, Portia Conover
happy with that.” and Julia Rogers each had 2. Yas-
Friday’s crosstown rivalry mean Dixon led Summerville
game featured several lead with 17 points. Traci Haltiwanger
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Apply online—www.equisourcehomemtg.com early, but then Karleen Paulin put Green had 5, Shantell Smith had
the Fort on the board with a pair 4 and Samantha Johnson had 2.
CDBG Notice of Public Hearing Concerning Needs Assessment
Notice is Hereby Given that on February 23, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. Dorchester County will hold a public
hearing in Council Chambers of the Kenneth F. Waggoner Services Center, 201 Johnson Street, St.
George, SC 29477. The purpose of the County’s public hearing is to solicit public input on communi-
ty needs and priorities for housing, public facilities and economic development. At this public hearing,
the County will provide the activities which might be undertaken to meet identified needs, including
the estimated amounts proposed to be used for activities that will benefit persons of low and moderate
The public hearing and the matters to be discussed are subject to the provisions of Dorchester County’s
Citizen Participation Plan, developed in anticipation of participation in the State of South Carolina’s
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, providing for the participation of the citi-
zens of the county in the planning and implementation of community and economic development proj-
ects which will involve CDBG funds. The Citizen Participation Plan is available for review at the
Dorchester County Office Building, 201 Johnson Street, St. George, S. 29477, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00
p.m., Monday through Friday, Persons with questions or comments concerning the public hearing or
the Citizen Participation Plan may contact Darryl Bullock, Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of
Governments, 1362 McMillan Avenue, Suite 100, North Charleston, South Carolina 29405, Telephone
number (843) 529-0400.
Dorchester County does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, religion, sex, national origin, famil-
ial status or disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its federally assisted
programs or activities. Julie Byars, Grants and Special Projects Coordinator, Dorchester County, 201
Johnson Street, St. George, SC 29477, (843) 832-0150 or TDD #1-800-735-2905 has been designat-
ed to coordinate compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements contained in the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development’s regulations. If auxiliary aids are required please noti-
fy the above designated person seventy-tow (72) hours before the meeting.
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