Richland Creek Top Guns Compete
at the SCDNR Sporting Clay Event

  Richland Creek Top Guns had an outstanding day at the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Sporting Clay Tourament on March 4th, 2017 held at the NWTF Palmetto Shooting Complex in Edgefield, SC. 
  The Senior Varsity Ladies (Nicki Boone, Brianna Gibson, and Madison Sharpe) won first in their division; Brianna Gibson had high overall lady score for the division and won an iPad.  In addition, Nicki Boone won Senior Lady high overall, which included a new shotgun and scholarship money. 
  The Junior Varsity Ladies (Elizabeth Easler, Makayla Porter, and Elissa Rodgers) won first place in their division; Makayla Porter had high overall lady score for the division and won an iPad.  The Middle School Men (Lance Cutter, Dylan Godbey, and Mike Hall) won third place in their division.  Many others, not pictured below, also competed in this event and we would like to thank everyone for coming out and supporting the team in this event! 
  As always, we would like to thank our head coach, Dan Paxton, all assistant coaches, and families for their continued support.  Richland Creek Top Guns is a 4-H shotgun club that focuses on sporting clays, skeet, and trap shooting sports.  If anyone is interested in learning more about this sport, please do not hesitate to contact Jill Godbey at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  Pictured left to right: Nicki Boone, Brianna Gibson, Elizabeth Easler, Makayla Porter, Elissa Rodgers, Mike Hall, Adam Godbey, Dylan Godbey, and Lance Cutter.

WRITING CONTEST WINNER - Will Wideman from Mrs. Soileau’s first grade class at Saluda Primary School was chosen as the winner of the writing contest sponsored by the Saluda High School Boy’s baseball team. The topic was “Who is your hero and why”. Will wrote about his father. He is the son of William & Beth Wideman. He will also be the guest pitcher, throwing the 1st pitch at the SHS baseball game on March 29. Congratulations, Will and good luck Tigers!

Library News:

  We are presently offering you three chances to help out with the fundraising for the library addition.   We really need your support and realize that the fundraisers cannot cause us to reach our goal without grants or large donations.  Please be assured that we are working on this end to achieve this support as well.
  Your three opportunities to help at this time are:
  1.  Donate $20 (all monies go to the fund), and your name will be entered in the pot to win a beautiful hand pieced and hand quilted basket designed quilt.   Dimensions:  72 x 95.  A wonderful chance to win since we are only offering 100 opportunities.  Call Ann Watkins @ 864-941-0022 to purchase a ticket.
  2.  We are currently taking orders for Krispy Kreme doughnuts.  They will be delivered for your pick-up on Saturday, April 15th.  Call Ann Watkins @ 864-941-0022 or Meredith Miller-Rikard @864-993-3043 to purchase.
  3.  April 1, the library will host a yard/book sale for the public.  We are renting spaces for your yard sale for only $10.  All monies received by you at the sale will be yours.  Our money will come from the $10 rental fees and the book sale.  If interested, call Ann Forrest @864-941-0022 or the Saluda County Library @864-445-4500, ext.6.  The sale will start at 8:00 am and end at noon.
  We hope you will see fit to help in this County-wide endeavor.  The library is in dire need of extra space.   Please Help.....