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4 -- /XX 2003 ks b "Oo00 a out town Kim Dickerson Tori Taggart Anderson Ginny Collins Matthew B. Roberts from basic combat train- ing at Fort Jackson. King is a graduate of Irmo High School. Army Reserve Private Jerry F. Rutledge has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson. Rutledge is a graduate of A.C. Flora High School. J. Lewis Stephens Lyssa Harvey Richard Mackey Richard Mackey has joined Devine Mortgage LLC as a mortgage con- sultant. State Representative Kenny Bingham has been named 2003 legisla- tor of the year by the National Republican Legislators Association. USC School of Medicine researcher Dr. Charles Blake has been selected president-elect of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Tony Thompson, local remodeling contractor and owner of Remodeling Services Unlimited, has completed a professional training course and earned the designation of Certified Aging-in-Places Specialist. The SC March of Dimes has funded a $150,000 research grant at the Medical University of SC. Dr. David Sedmera will I I receive $150,000 over the next two years to study the abnormal development of the heart muscle in con- nection with hypoplastic left heart syndrome. SC national guard band member Sgt. Paul Morgan went on tour with the 246th army gard band for 10 days in pearl harbor and Honolulu Hawaii. The tour was part of a celebration to honor the end of the Korean war and to pay tribute to Korean war veterans. Reginald W. Belcher has become a shareholder of McNair Law Firm, P.A. in the Columbia office. Robert C. Lenhardt, Jr., Susan M. Hayes and Gregory Howell have joined McNair Law Firm, P.A. Devine Mortgage, LLC announces the addition of GinnY Collins as a mort- gage consultant. The National Judicial College is pleased to announce that the Honorable Amy McCulloch, Richland County Probate Court, has completed the  Managing Cases Involving Persons with Mental Disabilities course held recently at The National Judicial College. Lyssa Harvey and J. Lewis Stephens have been elected officers of the SC Commission for ' Disabilities and Special Needs. Harvey was elected Vice--Chair and Stephens was elected Secretary. Army Private Jonathon M, King has graduated Tori Taggart Anderson, with Spherion Staffing Group was recently honored with the prestigious Glenn Jacobus Leadership Award at the 2003 Leadership Columbia graduation ceremony. Kim Dickerson has been named vice presi- dent of development for Junior Achievement of Central SC, Inc. Matthew B. Roberts, a member of Nexsen Pruet Jacobs & Pollard, LLC, has been named among the Who's Who in Charlotte Area Health Care by the Charlotte Business Journal. Frank Price Company SC property tax laws Whether we like it or not, until our legislators discover another form of revenue, residents of South Carolina will be paying property tax on the value of their vehicles. The taxes paid are linked to our license plates, or "tags." If you buy (or lease) a new car or truck and apply for new tags, your new taxes will be due in 120 days. If you transfer your existing tags to the new vehicle, your tax due date will remain the same as it has been in the previous years associated with that license plate. If you pay taxes on the "old" car, prior to transferring the tag to the new car, your taxes on the new car (usually higher) will not be due until next year's due date. This can represent significant savings on your tax bill for one year. Another item to be considered is your existing car's mileage. If the car has "high" mileage (over 15,000 per model year), you may be able to reduce your tax bill by claiming decreased value due to the higher than normal mileage. Consult your county auditor's office for more information. Do not hesitate to ask me to clari- fy any of this rather confusing informa- tion. THE COLUMBIA Columbia Rowing c president to champio The Columbia Regional Sports Council is proud to announce the president of the Columbia Rowing Club will be com- peting in the USRowing Masters National Championship Regatta August 21-24 in Rancho Cordova, Calif. George Park will be competing in the men's masters single and double sculls events in the 55-59 year age brack- et. Qualifying races are held on Thursday and Friday with the finals on the weekend. Almost 1200 entries from 94 different rowing organizations will participate. This is Columbia Rowing Club's second ven- ture into national competi- tion. Last month, Lexington High School sen- ior Katie Kraintz finished fourth in the Philadelphia Youth Regatta and compet- ed in the USRewing National Championship in Camden, NJ. The club has been sending increasing num- bers of junior, collegiate, and masters (over 27 years of age) rowers to regional regattas for the last four years and has had success in the Southeast. At the recent Georgia State Games, club members gar- nered six gold, five silver, and four bronze medals. Two weeks ago, Park won gold in the single sculls and double sculls (with his double partner, Jim Mohs from Atlanta) at the Oak Ridge tastic competing back to the improve mY technique," has been than five cessful has been a prise. NoW how I stack' national year will be hope nationally two years, times the double * petitive ward to bers well in Park located on at 1-20 Golf made up rowers els of ence. the tas. to to everyone Midl about 70 The club rowing USC Crew in the Columbia to their call Park Win $500 with great picture took of your c See page 13 INTO THIS -. AI00NK@ 00.00.COM it. Sell it. 00il,ld it. Parasol Antiques & Interiors Eagle Mortgage VIP Developers Keith L. Carlson, Russell & Jeffcoat Pollyanna S. Davis, Russell & Jeffcoat Midlands Golf Course Owners Welcome new members Association Hewett's Glass Company Edmonds Tree Service Leisure Fun Tommy McGee, Russell & Jeffcoat Jim Post, Russell & Jeffcoat Midlands Home Show Rowell Media Services Tune Kimble, Russell & Jeffcoat Pat Fike, Russell & Jeffcoat Shandon Florist The Golf Club of SC at Crickentree Brittons Allegra Print & Imaging Timberlake Golf Club Northwoods Golf Club Coldwell Banker-The DJK' Wingard, JuJu Fogle, and