My name is Chaundra Fletcher. I am a member of North Corner AME Zion Church in Lancaster. I am very active in social activities that involve the homeless, hungry and children.
I have worked in social services for the last eight years. During this time, I have learned much about the abuse and neglect of children, as well as victimization of women. I have also learned much about poverty.
It seems that the laws continue to change without any regard to those who are less fortunate. I would dare to say that many people today would be considered working poor.
The giving of the green – in this case scholarship funds for the University of South Carolina Lancaster and Clemson University – had a gathering of folks sporting St. Patrick’s Day grins on Tuesday, March 17.
The Lancaster County School District and University of South Carolina Lancaster are working on a possible expansion of their existing dual enrollment program that allows high school students to earn college credit.
In just two short years, the University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center has gained a solid reputation as a premier venue for the documentation, preservation and promotion of Native American cultures and heritages.