Winnie Davis Hall of History: Back from the Brink

Although a formal celebration is not scheduled to be held until April, the Winnie Davis Hall of History is-for the first time in over three decades-open for classes at Limestone College.

The much-anticipated move became a reality with the start of the Spring 2010 semester on January 13.

Provocative Discussion for MLK Day Celebration

Limestone College will host a provocative discussion about personal responsibility during the Cherokee County Martin Luther King, Jr. Seventh Annual Lecture on Monday, January 18 at 11 a.m. in Fullerton Auditorium.

Best-selling authors Toschia Moffet Santiago and Frederick Williams will lead the discussion entitled "The 'Bling Bling' was Not a Part of Dr. King's Dream." The discussion is free and open to the public.

Limestone Grad Presented with State's Highest Honor

Judy Nix, Class of 1965

Story and photo by Cody Sossamon of the Gaffney Ledger

Judy Nix got the surprise of her life Monday when she attended what she thought was a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. Gresham Barrett at the home of Barry and Judy Hamrick.

As it turns out, the dozens attending the "fundraiser" were there to honor Nix for 20 years of service to the Cherokee Children's Home and her ongoing dedication to abused and neglected children.

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