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June D. Ritota
Liberty — Mrs. June Eileen Dineen Ritota, 77, wife of Pasquale “Pat” Ritota, passed away Saturday, June 11, 2016, at her home.
Born in London, England, the daughter of the late Albert John and Hilda Alice New Dineen, Mrs. Ritota was a graduate of the University of Oxford and was a retired claims adjuster with Protective Life Insurance.
CLEMSON — The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has donated $10,000 to the Clemson University Foundation for the Hopewell Plantation front porch restoration.
Funding for this project was
PICKENS — The Pickens County Museum of Art and History is now offering two new art classes with Renee Gillespie. Plans are to have one class for children and one for adults, starting in June.
Adult Painting Class
Children’s Art Class
This class is for ages 10-14 years old. Tuesdays from 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Six-week session runs June 21, 28; July 12, 19, 26; Aug. 2 in the Liz Smith-Cox Educational Studio at the Pickens County Museum. During this six-week course, artistic youth will be encouraged to develop and refine their art skills and creativity while they learn painting and drawing techniques to create their works of art. Art supplies are included in tuition fee. Tuition for the class is $88, or $78 for museum members. Pre-registration is required. Tuition must be paid prior to the first class. No refunds on tuition after start of class. Class size is limited so register today. Students will need to wear art class clothes or bring a smock or apron to class.
Those interested may register online at visitpickenscounty.com/calendar, stop by the museum in person or call the museum at (864) 898-5963. Tuition may be paid by cash, check, or charge. Make checks payable to the Pickens County Museum, or call the museum to use a Visa, Mastercard or Discover Card. Classes will be held at the Pickens County Museum, located at 307 Johnson St. in Pickens. Each class is offered as a six-week session only, and no classes can be selected by individual weeks. Students will be notified if a class has been cancelled or filled. If a class is cancelled, all tuition will be reimbursed to the registered student. No tuition will be reimbursed after the starting date of the classes.[/cointent_lockedcontent]
Dad gets to be king of his castle at least one day during the year. Come mid-June, children near and far scramble for ideas to treat their fathers to a special day and award him with gifts for being a role model, provider and confidante. Father’s Day activities should be
By Rocky Nimmons
SIX MILE — Six Mile will soon hit the small screen, as scetv’s “Making It Grow” will feature the town’s Farmers Depot and be in town on Thursday, June 23.
• Hagood Mauldin House open for tours
The Pickens County Historical Society extends an invitation to visit the Hagood-Mauldin House. This historic home was built in the 1850s in the old town of Pickens Court House on the west bank of the Keowee River.
By Olivia Fowler
For the Courier
For a few short weeks in late May and June we have
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
IN THE FAMILY COURT
COUNTY OF PICKENS
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES
All persons having claims against the following estates MUST file their claims on Form #371ES with the Probate Court of PICKENS COUNTY,
In the state of South Carolina, trespass after notice is a misdemeanor criminal offense prohibited by section 16-11-620 for the South Carolina Code.
Those who enter upon the lands of others without the permission of the owner or manager shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor trespassing.