The Sylvia Theater, 27 North Congress St., York, plans concerts and special events this spring. Ken Knox and Company, former members of Chairmen of the Board, will perform on Saturday, April 6.
Sylvia Theater plans spring shows
YORK The Sylvia Theater, 27 North Congress St., York, plans concerts and special events this spring.
Ken Knox and Company, former members of Chairmen of the Board, will perform on Saturday, April 6. The show starts at 8 p.m. and doors open at 7:30
Other shows include The Overmountain Men with opener Andy the Doorbum on April 13; Fam Fest, an independent film festival, on April 20; and crooner and jazz artist Mitch Franco on April 26.
May shows include the Larry Mitchell Band on May 11 and C.C. Martin on May 18. Check the website www.sylviatheater.com for complete information, including ticket sales and coming events.
York business leader honored by state
YORK Thomas F. Drumwright, regional human resources manager for Meritor Inc., was honored last week as an Ambassador for Economic Development by the S.C. Department of Commerce.
The honor, part of South Carolina’s Industry Appreciation Week, took place March 19 in Columbia on the grounds of the Governor’s mansion. It highlighted 47 individuals from 46 counties for their exceptional efforts to bolster community and economic development activities in the state.
Drumwright led the effort to establish the manufacturing operations certificate Program at the Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center in York. The program was approved by the school board will be implemented at the start of the 2013-2014 academic year. He also serves on the Western York County Human Resource Roundtable, a local business group dedicated to local labor issues and employment in York County.
Working with the school district and local manufacturing companies, Drumwright established a four-year curriculum centered on the skills local companies demanded. His efforts to bridge the gap between students’ skills and the needs of manufacturing companies are enhancing economic development in York County.
Each year the Department of Commerce joins local communities to thank businesses for their contributions to South Carolina’s economy. The Department of Commerce kicks off Industry Appreciation Week each year by recognizing local leaders as ambassadors.
Family Trust plans charity golf tourney
Sponsorships are available for the Family Trust Federal Credit Union’s Fourth Annual Charity Golf Tournament for the Children’s Attention Home, the Palmetto School at the Children’s Attention Home Charter School, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of York County.
The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. May 21 at the Tega Cay Golf Club on Molokai Drive.
Sponsor levels range from $1,000 to $5,000 and include registration for four. Hole sponsorships start at $100. The deadline is May 3.
Entry fee is $400 per team and includes carts, green fees, beverages and lunch.
The Children’s Attention Home was established in 1970 and provides emergency residential shelter and support services for abused, neglected, and abandoned children from birth through 21 years. The charter school is open to students in kindergarten through eighth grade who live at the home. The Boys & Girls Clubs provides afterschool programs in Rock Hill and Fort Mill and camps during the summer and spring break.
Register online at www.familytrust.org or contact Doug Cole at 803-367-4123 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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