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LU M B I A STAR " S C ,appenings ml d its to 2 pro. per din- ,or take out! For call is Entertainment/ Fundraisers Visitors can see tiger cubs at the Riverbanks Zoo & Grden. The two Siberian tiger cubs were born on June 20 and are temporari- ly housed in the Bird Con- servation Center across from the sea lion exhibit. For more information call 779-8717 or visit its Annual Silent Auction and Swap Meet at 6 pm in the cafeteria of Crayton Middle School. Meetings' are open to the public. Con- tact Sam Smith at 788- 2632 for more information. The Lexington County Library Board will hold its regular meeting on August 28 at 10:30 am at the Lexington Main Library. It meets at 6:30 r2. but regis- Con- in for- Bible Study Sep- day- Will be at 3 11:15 am chil- dy program 256- held on t Rose Hill Church 4 prn. Call r 30 from 4 Christians will host a Sizzlin' Summer Con- cert Series are held Sat- urday nights in Finlay Park from 7 to 10 pm thru August 29. For more infor- mation visit www.columbi- The SC Autism Society will hold its first ever Fun in the Fall gblf tournament at the Golf Club of SC at Crickentree September 27. Proceeds will be used to raise awareness and fund research relating to autism. If you are interest- ed in playing or becoming sponsors, please contact Vickie Stowe at 750-6988, ext. 100 or, or visit The American Diabetes Association's Cruisin' for a Cure is a motorcy- cling and fundraising event. The event will be held on September 13 at 10 am. It begins at Harley Haven in Cayce and finish- es at Jillians in the Vista. Call Andrea Payne, 799- 4246, ext. 3291. Lexington County , Recreation & Aging Commission's Tenth Annual Meals March will be held on September 27 at 8:30 am on Gibson Road Park. Call 356-5111 for more information. Theater Workshop Theatre fall classes start September 20 and October 18 and meet 2 hours a week for 5 weeks. Classes are $100. For more information email classin- o call 799- 0227. Columbia City Ballet on August 16 will hold audi- tions for approximately 40 children's roles in its upcoming production of Dracula: Ballet With a Bite. Auditions will be held at the Columbia Conservatory of Dance. For information, call 799-7605 or 800-899- 7408. A fee of $10 will be collected at the audition. Volunteers Center Will sponsor Fair at the Seven per item limit. ay reenter items at $5 Will be held 3 pro. For please or 345-9882. members state will Opportunity create workshop 18 at the SC lor more Nancy or c contact at 771-247.7, Pro- Organization for the abused and in Fam- : com- to join Meetings The Kiwanis Golden K (seniors) meets each Wednesday from 9:45-10:45 am at the Capi- tal Senior Center for coffee and a speaker. Call Jim Barber for information and membership, 762-2832. Columbia Jaycees Ori- entation Night is August 28 at 7:30 pm at Longhorn Steakhouse, 902 Gervais Street. Call Rachel Maho- ny, 647-1464. The Palmetto Computer Club meets August 14 for Lexington County Recreation & Aging Commission's Tenth Annual Meals March will be held on September 27 at 8:30 am on Gibson Road Park. Call 356-5111 for more information. Rolling Readers of the Midlands, a non-profit children's literacy organi- zation, seeks volunteers to read to or tutor reading to children. Please call 733- READ for more informa- tion. Initially, Yours 1111 Lady Street Next to Cblck-Fll-A by 'to advocate. l August to Edu. care- of per- THE BLOSSOM SHOP CONGRATULATES CrkYR.obinso n on winning the South Carolina Florists' Association 2003 SC FLORIST OF THE YEAR. schizo- dis- brain disor- 1 1 A LJ G U S T 21 . 20C m ard Jennifer Louise Morris and Mark David Davis were married August 16, 2003, at 7 pm at Eastminster Presbyterian Church. Robert B. Heppenstall III performed the double-ring ceremony. } The bride, daughter of Mr. Thomas Gene Morris and the late Lujean Grice Morris, is the granddaugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. L.W. Grice and Mrs. L. Russell Morris and the late Mr. Morris. She is a gradu- ate of Heathwood Hall Episcopal School and the University of South Carolina. She is currently employed by Palmetto Ear, Nose, and Throat Consultants. The bridegroom, son of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel William Davis, is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Mordie M. Donen and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel William Davis Sr. He is a graduate of Heathwood Hall Episcopal School and the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. He is currently employed by the State Attorney General's Office. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She chose a gown of ivory silk faced satin. The strap- less gown featured ivory satin fold.ed pleats that encircled the fitted bodice. The back of the bodice was .finished with a delicate bow made of ivory satin and streamers that fell gracefully to the end of the Mrs. Mark David Davis train. Covered buttons and loops adorned the back of the gown. The A-line skirt fell to chapel length. The maid of honor was Miss Jacqueline Suzanne Jackson. The bridesmaids were Alicia Cinnamon Buffum, Allison Leigh Grice, Charlotte Reid Gonella, Lind Barrett Morris, and Nancy Merry Sammataro. The father of the bridegroom served as best man. The groomsmen were Myles Donen Davis, Daniel Donen Davis, Donen Davis, William Russell Morris, and Jason Grice Morris. The ceremony was fol- lowed by a reception at Forest Lake Club. After a honeymoon to the Caribbean, the couple will reside in Columbia. Your Neighborhood C/cancrs Dry C/caning Laundry Cold Storage Let.the Masters [are for your garments/ Providing Sales and Service to Columbia residents for 40 years! 2714 Devine Street (across from the Whitney Hotel) 771-7340 H Bill Frawley