Check Presentation

Check Presented To Animal Shelter


  While in Lexington, I saw a very interesting mock-up of a Veterinarian Clinic that was perfect for a child to enjoy.    My mind started working on how that could be used to fund raise for our fur baby friends.  I purchased it and immediately decided to have a drawing and make the cost of the donation to be reasonable.  So, Facebook, there I went.    I offered donation tickets for $5 each making all the proceeds go to the Pawmetto Lifeline, a no-kill shelter that rescues, feeds and houses pets - dogs and cats.  As is this county’s response, I had $250 and time to draw a winner. 
  In the meantime, Hollywood Elementary School had agreed to have a fund raiser for pets by collecting “Dimes for Doggies.”  You can imagine how much change they had to get (and of course lots of bills) to end their November Thankful for Pets campaign with (DRUM ROLL) $750.    You know where this is going.  All we needed to do was to call Jack at Pawmetto and let him know what we had for them.  He was overwhelmed and wanted a photo shoot for their newsletter.  The monies were used immediately to cover surgery for a couple of animals that were in dire need of help.
  Earlier in the year, SPS and SES had participated in a fund raiser for “Pennies for Paws” and together raised close to $500.  This was donated to the rescue here in Saluda County at the time. 
  I am humbled by all of the support this town can give when politics, no backslapping, just for the cause.  Thank you sooooooooooo much. 
  Please do your main part in reducing the pet population by having your animals neutered and spayed.

Woolsey To
Be Inducted

  Donnie Woolsey, who was athletic director at Saluda High School from 1997-2002, will be inducted into the S.C. Athletic Administrators Association Hall of Fame on March 10 in Charleston.
  Woolsey was also the Tiger head football coach those years. He led SHS to it first football conference champion ship since 1973 in 1997. Je resigned to accept the head coach and AD position at Easley High School.
  His wife Karen worked many years in the Saluda County Clemson Extension office.

SHS Basketball

  Saluda High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Batesburg-Leesville High School 40-38.
  The Lady Tigers improve to 10-5 overall and 4-0 in the region. The game was a tale of two halves. Fortunately, the team was able to hold to the lead for a victory over their region rival. Leading the way for the Lady Tigers was Kalisha Hill with 23 points, 9 rebounds, and 4 steals. The varsity teams travel to Silver Bluff today, Wednesday, January 23rd starting at 5:30.
  Saluda High School Girls Varsity Basketball beat Silver Bluff High School 45-30 Wednesday, January 23 The Lady Tigers defeated Silver Bluff on the road on Wednesday night improving their overall record to 11-5 and region record to 5-0.

  Saluda High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Batesburg-Leesville High School 68-61 Friday, January 18.The Tigers were led in scoring by Dallan Wright with 23, Raquon Hartley with 13, and Keenan Brooks with 12.   Saluda High School Boys Varsity Basketball fell to Silver Bluff High School 84-72 Wednesday, January 23.The Varsity Boys dropped their first region game. The Tigers were led in scoring by Dallan Wright with 31 points and Keenan Brooks with 18.