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David Sage Veneklasen

Dateline – Clinton, South Carolina David Sage Veneklasen, 77, of Clinton and husband of Rosemary Mathews Veneklasen, passed away at his home, Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Born in Chicago, IL, he was a son of the late Dudley Ralph and Jean Sage Veneklasen, a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School in Jacksonville, FL, and…

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Patterson promoted to executive director of strategic initiatives at Presbyterian College

A Laurens County native and long-serving leader at Presbyterian College has been promoted to serve as the school’s executive director of strategic initiatives. Leni Neal Patterson, a 1983 graduate of PC, will help facilitate strategic planning processes and serve as project manager for specific initiatives critical to meeting the College’s strategic plans. In addition to…

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O’Cain named VP for enrollment at Presbyterian College

Veteran admissions, financial aid and advancement executive Woody O’Cain will join the Presbyterian College community on July 26 as its new vice president for enrollment. He is presently a fundraiser in the division of development and alumni engagement at Stetson University in DeLand, Fla. He began his career at Stetson in 2014 as the executive…

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MLK service taking athletes beyond lacrosse

Clinton, South Carolina  – While the majority of the Presbyterian College student body won’t arrive back on campus until this Friday, Jan. 22, the women of the PC lacrosse team returned last week and spent their Martin Luther King Day on Monday raking leaves into large tarps at a rural Presbyterian church near Clinton. “The…

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William Abit Alexander, Sr.

Dateline – Clinton, South Carolina William Abit Alexander, Sr. April 2, 1928 – October 14, 2019 William Abit Alexander, Sr. was born April 2, 1928 in Athens, GA, and raised at Thornwell Orphanage in Clinton, SC. Abit received a scholarship from and attended Presbyterian College. He was a lifelong and devoted member of the First…

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Candidate forums, meet-and-greets tonight in Laurens, Clinton

With the county’s municipal elections a week away, residents have opportunities tonight to meet with and hear candidates at two two different events in Laurens and Clinton tonight, Monday, Feb. 25, and both are free for the public. Coffee Roost, Laurens Mayoral Meet & Greet The Coffee Roost is holding a Mayor’s Race Meet & Greet…

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“Elephant and Piggie’s” musical on stage this weekend at PC

Clinton resident and Laurens District High graduate Crysta Gurga is among the small cast of Presbyterian College students in this weekend’s production of “Elephant & Piggie’s ‘We are in a Play!’” and the one-act show is open to the public for $5 general admission. A total of three weekend shows will be held in Edmunds Hall on the…

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