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    • Best Print Advertisement Associate Member Contest DivisionTHIRD PLACE Ask & Receive, Inc. Stacey Lemmond and Vicy Wilkinson and Natural Awakenings Upstate
    • Best Print Advertisement Associate Member Contest DivisionSECOND PLACEThe Independent Voiceof the People’s Republicof BlythewoodAshley GhereandFantry Law Firm
    • Best Print Advertisement Associate Member Contest DivisionFIRST PLACEThe Independent Voiceof the People’s Republicof BlythewoodAshley GhereandThe Dirty Work
    • Professional Services Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACELexington County Chronicle &The Dispatch NewsMichael Ball Local Businessman has National Reputation in Air Quality Industryand BY DEVAN DAVIS As a leader in the allergy and air quality industry, Ron Graham is a proven professional when it comes to providing customers with the 1995, the chief goal of the IAQA is to “promote uniform standards, procedures and protocols in the Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) industry.” He began work in the air quality industry in 1989, and with the encouragement of the tensive array of products, each designed with consumer health in mind. They carry over 75 sizes of home air filters, including odd sizes. If not in stock, filters can be custom made on site for the customer. He also carries a wide information and knowledge nec- president of the Asthma/Allergy Association, variety of air purifiers, dehumidifiers, vaporAllergy and Air essary to help best suit their he opened his retail store in 1991. Carrying a barriers, and other moisture control products needs. His business philosophy broad range of doctor recommended products, and options. For those with sensitive skin and for over twenty years: provide these allergen free products are specifically allergies, he carries an entire line of allergen customers with accurate in- designed to help those with sensitive needs. and scent free products, including detergents, formation based on data and Shortly thereafter, he expanded his operation soaps, shampoos, lotions, bedding, as well as test results so they can make to include improving home and business air an environmentally friendly, “green” line of well informed decisions re- quality. The purpose: to address environmental products for those concerned with environ- garding their health. factors contributing to allergies and other med- mental preservation. One of forty charter ical problems associated with air quality. Graham’s primary goal is to put the needs ofQuality Center members of the Indoor After 17 years in Richland County, Ron the customer’s above all else. As a dedicated Air Quality Association Graham’s Air Quality Center has moved to professional for 21 years, he has the tools and (IAQA), Ron has gained the Town of Lexington, in Hope Ferry Shop- knowledge to help those with particular health a national reputation for help- ping Center. Servicing all over the Midlands, needs. Unmatched in service or experience m ing those with specific health and medi- they provide basic home inspections regard- throughout South Carolina, Ron Graham’s Air Graha cal needs pertaining to lung and respiratory ing home air quality, with a trained and edu- Quality Center has the products and services Ron health, allergies, and asthma. Established in cated staff. Their retail store provides an ex- available to enhance the quality of your life. 5175 Sunset Blvd. | Hope Ferry Shopping Center | Lexington | 803-520-8345
    • Professional Services Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE New law lets ever Free ben yone enjo efits of a y the Tax Roth IRALexington CountyChronicle & The Learn the Benefits of a Roth IRA:Dispatch News You will also learn:Brandon Belland Dinner Dinner This is an educational program only. There is no cost orPatrick Strubbe obligation, and nothing will be sold. Reservations taken on a first come, first served basis. Please RSVP to 1-800-467-0755 Call now, Seating is limited! Securities Offered through Kalos Capital, Inc. and Investment Advisory Services through Kalos Management, Inc. both at 3780 Mansell Rd, Ste 150 Alpharetta GA 30022. Asset Preservation Specialist, LLC are not affiliates or subsidiaries of Kalos Capital, Inc. or Kalos Management Inc.
    • Professional Services Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Clinton Chronicle S. Pace and Lesa Campbell and National Finance
    • Professional Services 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE ✓ FREE Checking ■ ✓ FREE Interest - up to 3.00%* ■ ✓ FREE Nationwide ATMs ■The Greer Citizen ✓ FREE Visa Debit Card ■ ✓ FREE Online Banking and Bill Pay ■ Log on, call in or stop by for more detailsAngela Mathis & about our go-anywhere free checking account.Julie Holcombeand Find it in Greer. Since 1989 601 North Main Street - GreerGreer State Bank 1111 West Poinsett Street - Greer 871 South Buncombe Road - Greer 3317 Wade Hampton Blvd. - Taylors www.greerstatebank.com • 864.877.2000 *3.00% Annual Percentage Yield $0.01-$24,999.99; 1.55% APY $25,0000.00 and above. To qualify for this account, you must agree to receive your monthly statement electronically through our Online Banking system (e-Statement); and make a minimum initial deposit of $100. To qualify for the premium rates associated with the account, you must authorize an automatic deposit or withdrawal on this account by direct deposit or ACH; complete a minimum of ten (10) Visa Check Card transactions during each statement cycle (ATM transactions excluded); remain active by accessing the system at least one time each six month calendar period and retain a valid email address. Interest is paid on a split-rate basis. Balances up to $25,000 will be paid the highest rate. Balances over $25,000 will be paid from the second tier. Rates are effective as of 5/1/10 and subject to change. Available for personal checking accounts only.
    • Professional Services 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE Insurance Isn’t One Size Fits All... So We Offer More!Clarendon CitizenJoanne Taylor and Call today forCarol Dowell Great Rates! Cottingham Insurance AgencyandCottingham Insurance Agency
    • Professional Services 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE • New Installation • Landscape Renovations • Hardscape • Lighting • Design • Lawn Maintenance 843.296.7592 Located on Daniel Island Daniel Island News Jan Marvin and Charleston Landscape
    • Professional Services 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE Carolina Forest Chronicle Karie Amos and Archer’s Action Auto Service Center
    • Professional Services 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe SummervilleJournal SceneKrena LanhamandCharleston Southern SJ05-312975
    • Professional Services 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEThe SummervilleJournal SceneSarah Wigginsand Krena LanhamandUSC Salkehatchie SJ04-266178
    • Professional Services Over 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEGreenville JournalKristy AdairandPutman Travel
    • Professional Services Over 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE The Post and Courier Jane Redden and Ashlee Kositz and Ocean Eye
    • Professional Services Over 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Post and CourierBeverly Stovall and Amber Dumas and Dwell Smart
    • Home and Garden Furnishings Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsTHIRD PLACE Outdoor Cooking Made Simple Tow Behind Pig Cooker & GrillClarendon Citizen Grill Parts & Repair Made Easy!Joanne Taylor andCarol Dowell Propane Cylinders Filling & RepairandFast Gas & Grill
    • Home and Garden Furnishings Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsSECOND PLACEEnquirer-HeraldDonna Pontus andSue InzerilloandStacy’s
    • Home and Garden Furnishings Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsFIRST PLACE Pickens County Courier Emily Towery and Albertson Enterprise
    • Home and Garden Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe ItemMark Pekuri andCary JohnsonandSimpson Hardware
    • Home and Garden Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe Lancaster NewsKatie Harrell andAthena RedmondandBolder Granite
    • Home and Garden Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEThe HeraldMelia Mauldin andStephanie GarrettandStark Carpet
    • Home and Garden Furnishings Over 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE The Post and Courier Christine Vanscoy and Shannon McCarty and Palmetto Carpet
    • Home and Garden Furnishings Over 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE CUSTOM Interior & Exterior Shutters The Carolina’s onlyThe Sun News manufacturer of Polywood™ The #1 selling shutter Hardwood as low as $19 per sq. ft.Marie Silfer and • Hurricane Protection • Roll Downs • Storm Panels • Accordian • Free Consultation & Install 1-800-922-9572Sarah Gerlach or 843-651-9490 www.ThePlantationShutterCo.comandPlantation Shutters
    • Home and Garden Furnishings Over 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Post and CourierLanna Anderson and Kathy Simes and Carolina Lanterns
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsTHIRD PLACECarolina GatewayLinda O’Neil andAthena RedmondandTyndall Funiture Galleries
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 Divisions After ThanksgivingSECOND PLACE Sales Event Fri., Nov. 26 - Tue., Nov. 30 Weekdays 9am - 6pm • Saturday 9am - 4pm Up to 60% offClarendon CitizenJoanne Taylor andCarol Dowell Over Over Over Over 50 Recliners *12 month financing with no interest starting at or down payment $ 299andBrown’s Furniture
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsFIRST PLACEGeorgetown Times COASTAL COTTAGE, TROPICAL, CONTEMPORARY & TRADITIONAL...Sandra Feagin and ~ Dining Room, Living Room Furniture ~ Slip Covered Styled Living Room Furniture ~ Entertainment Centers ~ Recliners, Sectionals, Leather 20% OFF ~ New Eco Friendly Serta Mattress ALL ACCESSORIES... Lamps, Bar Stools, Prints FURNITURE DURING THE MONTH OF JULYShannon McCarty SAME DAYand OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY AVAILABLE LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATEDBanton Media/Home Accents 410 BUSINESS 17 SOUTH • SURFSIDE BEACH SC (ACROSS FROM LEGENDS IN SURFSIDE) GEMB-346003a MON-SAT 9:30AM-6:00PM • 843.232.1100 • WWW.HOMEACCENTS2.COM
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEFort Mill TimesApril Wynn andSue InzerilloandTE Jones
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe HeraldSherry Avant andLeigh BakerandTyndall Furniture
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEThe HeraldSherry Avantand Leigh BakerandTinsley Furniture
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings Over 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEHerald-JournalJessica Carlsonand Mary DeboltandWhitlock’s Furniture
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings Over 35,000 Division Home is W here H er Heart Is.t...e r ’ s D a y W e e k e n d Sale o h M Ferron Court by Broyhill.SECOND PLACE $100 off with purchase of $750 SteinWorld Gallery Interiors Jewelry Armoires! 10% Off All Accessories T he perfec • Florals • Lamps t gi for Mom! ftHerald-Journal • Oil Prints • Drapery One of the Largest Showrooms in the Upstate!Hailey Dill and Klaussner Sofa, Loveseat, and Rocker Recliner $1999* In-Stock * Great Furniture • Large Selection • Great Prices Aspen Home Cambridge Collection Queen Bed, Dresser, Mirror, Nightstand $1599* In-Stock *Aaron Henderson LifeStyles Queen Bed, Dresser, Mirror, Nightstand $999* In-Stock * 0% Financing Available for 12 Months with No Down Payment!and Table w/ 4 Chairs $299Unclaimed Furniture S012-HJ05671228
    • Furniture or Office Furnishings Over 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEHerald-JournalSadhana Patel andJohn ParrottandKimbrell’s Furniture
    • Automotive - Up to 1/2 Page Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 Come See Come Drive The All New 2011 Line-up! Divisions Cruze Cruze Cruze ru Equinox qTHIRD PLACE Silverado 2500 HDClarendon Citizen LaCrosseJoanne Taylor and Regal gCarol Dowell Terrain SierraandProthro Chevrolet Chevrolet, Buick, GMC 452 N. Brooks St. • Manning • 433-2535 Check us out on Facebook or at www.prothrochevy.com
    • Automotive - Up to 1/2 Page Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsSECOND PLACE Pickens County Courier Emily Towery and Benson Ford
    • Automotive - Up to 1/2 Page Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsFIRST PLACE The Journal Marcia Adkins and Vicki Tymon and Blue Ridge Auto
    • Automotive - Up to 1/2 Page 12,001 - 35,000 & Over 35,000 DivisionsHONORABLE MENTION The Clinton Chronicle S. Pace and Lesa Campbell and Cannon and Graves
    • Automotive - Up to 1/2 Page 12,001 - 35,000 & Over 35,000 DivisionsTHIRD PLACE Cash Cars T7Z103032 07 Suzuki M50 .................................................... $3991.00 T46171468 04 Ford Taurus SES............................................. $5491.00 TXU736665 99 Cadillac Deville............................................. $5,991.00 T3G603026 03 Mercury Sable LS Premium ........................ $5,991.00 T4BA46732 04 Ford Freestar SES .......................................... $5991.00 T17656702 01 Subaru Legacy Outback ................................ $6991.00 T3K127796 03 Chevy S-10 Crewcab 4WD LS .................... $10,991.00 P5KM00179 05 Mazda Tribute ............................................. $11,991.00The Herald T44602917 04 Isuzu Axiom ......................................... $139.00/month T6C202981 06 Nissan Altima ...................................... $175.00/month P7R191854 07 Ford Fusion........................................... $189.00/month T6R230294 06 Ford Fusion SEL, Extra clean ............. $199.00/month P8R189326 08 Ford Fusion SE .................................... $219.00/month T80232398 08 Scion TC HB ........................................ $219.00/month T8R629656 08 Mercury Milan ..................................... $229.00/monthSherry Avant and P95108428 09 Ford Mustang ...................................... $236.00/month P9W259734 09 Ford Focus SEL ................................... $239.00/month T7D505909 07 Dodge Durango SLT ............................ $245.00/month PAR141269 10 Ford Fusion SE CERTIFIED ............. $259.00/month PAR130293 10 Ford Fusion SE CERTIFIED ............. $259.00/month P8KC82491 08 Ford Escape XLT ................................. $266.00/month T6S539708 06 Toyota Sienna XLE ............................. $268.00/month P95121766 09 Ford Mustang, Extra Clean ................. $279.00/monthJessica Donaldson P7BB45099 07 Ford Edge SE ....................................... $289.00/month TABA17554 10 Ford Ranger Sport, 19K Miles ............ $289.00/month PBUA09795 08 Ford Explorer XLT .............................. $299.00/month P8KC92010 08 Ford Escape Limited .......................... $323.00/month P7UB17110 07 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer ............... $339.00/month P7UA35709 07 Ford Explorer Eddie Bauer ................ $359.00/month P85182781 08 Ford Mustang GT Deluxe Auto........... $359.00/month P85182322 08 Ford Mustang GT Premium ................ $369.00/month P7BA22399 07 Ford Edge SEL Plus ............................. $369.00/monthand P7FA69191 07 Ford F150 Supercab 4X4, XLT ............ $389.00/month P7BB15826 07 Ford Edge SEL AWD .......................... $390.00/month P9BA62808 09 Ford Flex SEL CERTIFIED ................ $399.00/month PAKA57691 10 Ford F150 Supercrew XLT .................. $419.00/month T6ED22851 06 F350 Lariat 4X4 Dually ....................... $439.00/month S9J513579 09 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD Hemi .............. $439.00/month T6EB57409 06 Ford F250 XLT 4X4.............................. $459.99/monthFort Mill Ford S8LA22154 08 Expedition EL Limited ....................... $589.00/month Payments based on 720+ beacon @6% for 72 months w/ $2,000 down +tax and tag. Call 1-800-750-0038 for Approval Ask for Eric Sharkey or Tim Henderson
    • Automotive - Up to 1/2 Page 12,001 - 35,000 & Over 35,000 DivisionsSECOND PLACEThe Lancaster NewsLeigh Sullivan andMichelle CraigandLancaster Motor Company
    • Automotive - Up to 1/2 Page 12,001 - 35,000 & Over 35,000 DivisionsFIRST PLACE The Post and Courier Susan Waggoner and Jason Clark and Miller Cadillac
    • Automotive - Greater than 1/2 Page, but Less than Full Page All Divisions Combined EASTERN S.C. MUSTANG CLUBTHIRD PLACE 100 AWARDS Presents SPONSORED IN PART BY:The Dillon Herald 8th Annual MUSTANG MUSTANGJohnnie Daniels, & CLASSIC FORD SHOWDenease Chestnut Proceeds to Benefit: Show Date at Dillon County Humane SATURDAY WORLD FAMOUS Society MARCH 20th, 2010 THANK YOU 8:00–4:00and Chris Chestnut Registration 8:00–12:00 SHOW HOURS: 8:00–4:00 Located at I-95 and Hwy. 301 AWARDS PRESENTATION JUDGING STARTS: 3:00 12:00and *SPECIAL AWARDS* **CLUB PARTICIPATION** SPONSOR’S CHOICE Dash Plaques Door Prizes 50/50 Drawing LONG DISTANCE Silent AuctionSouth of the Border For information call Gene Turner 843-669-0385 or email pamspony@bellsouth.net Turner MUSTANG FEVER***CATCH IT***IT LASTS FOREVER MUSTANG FEVER***CATCH
    • Automotive - Greater than 1/2 Page, but Less than Full Page All Divisions CombinedSECOND PLACE LOOK! FORD MERCURY SUMMER A BURNS FORD MERCURY GUARANTEE MINUTES 5 BEFORE YOU BUYThe Herald A NEW FORD OR MERCURY • Price THE BEST • Trade TOP TRADE IN Call Burns Ford Mercury • Payments LOWEST • Int. Rate AS LOW AS 0% 888-271-1385Cindy Bailey LOOK! F150 XLT 2010 F150 XLT Crew Cab TOTAL FOR VEHICLE $36,055 DOUBLE DISCOUNTS XLT Sync Chr & Tow Model Year End Ford Factory Rebates Burns Discount Off MSRP $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 5,500 $ 2,560.90and $ 10,000 SAVE $ 25,989 .10 Sync Voice Activated System, Trailer Tow Package, XLT Convenience Package, Power Adjustable Pedals, Power Signal Heated Mirrors, Fog Lamps, PWR Driving Seat, XLT Chrome Package, 18” chrome Clad Wheels Off MSRPBurns Ford 2010 Focus $ Auto 2010 Fusion SE, Auto, Sync 14,638 $19,737 $22,583 2011 Mustang Auto, Spoiler 888.271.1385 803.286.4414 2011 Taurus SEL 26,687 $23,787 $26,338 $28,992 $ 2010 Edge SE 2010 Flex GO TO BurnsFordMercury.com SE TO SEE OUR COMPLETE PRE-OWNED INVENTORY! 2010 Explorer Eddie Bauer 2001 Charlotte Hwy 521 Lancaster, SC APPLY ONLINE NOW! www.burnscredit.com MERCURY Robert Burns Mitch Thompson Freddy Ivey Levi Jones Kevin Padgett Gene Faulkenberry Carl Raffaldt Gene Simmons
    • Automotive - Greater than 1/2 Page, but Less than Full Page All Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACE The Journal Marcia Adkins and Vicki Tymon and Bobby Wood
    • Automotive - Full Page or Greater Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE CLINTON MERCURY LINCOLN FAMILYLake Wylie Pilot It is no secret that for the past 2 years it has been tough for everyone. We have held our heads high and followed through with great pride.Cindy Bailey and At Clinton Family Ford, we take pride in serving our community, friends and neighbors for the past 20 years. We have over 52 employees who are dedicated in providing the highest level of service you deserve. When you visit Clinton Family Ford you are welcomed and treated like family. Clinton Family Ford has a team of technicians, including ASE-certified mechanics that are here to address all your preventative Maintenance and service needs, now and down the road. Quality, innovation, safety and fuel efficiency is what you’ll get with a Ford, Lincoln or Mercury vehicle. We carry a full line of the latest models and have an expert sales staff that will help you get behind the wheel of the car or truck that’s right for you. We invite you to come into our dealership, look around, and take a test-drive and see forJessica Donaldson yourself what Ford is all about. Ford Motor Company has developed a world class team, which has produced vehicles that are the top of their class across the entire industry. With Ford’s new technology, driving has never been so fun! With the World’s first production inflatable safety belt, Ford says safety is 1st. Ford’s market share has increased 22 out of the last 23 months. While the Industry is up 4.8% this year over last year, Ford is up 14% and that’s in a down economy. Ford listens to what we the people want and that’s what Ford delivers. When I think of Ford Motor Company, I think American, Patriotic, Family, and Dependability. That goes hand in hand with what Clinton Family Ford, Lincoln and Mer- cury is all about. We have one common goal and that is to be #1.and Thanks to our community, friends and neighbors for the support over the past 20 years. We have been very fortunate and our sincere thanks goes out to you. Sincerely, Sharon Martof General Sales ManagerClinton Family Ford And all of your friends at Clinton Family Ford Lincoln Mercury MERCURY CLINTON FAMILY 7 I-7 Exit 79 Dave Lyle Blvd. LINCOLN Manchester Village
    • Automotive - Full Page or Greater Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsSECOND PLACE Pickens County Courier Iva Shehan and Emily Towery and Benson Ford
    • Automotive - Full Page or Greater Under 6,000 & 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionsFIRST PLACE Pickens County Courier Iva Shehan and Emily Towery and Benson Ford
    • Automotive - Full Page or Greater 12,001 - 35,000 & Over 35,000 DivisionsTHIRD PLACEThe Lancaster NewsLori Sistare andVicki JenkinsandH & H Chevrolet
    • Automotive - Full Page or Greater 12,001 - 35,000 & Over 35,000 DivisionsSECOND PLACEMorning NewsKelly CrossandMike Reichenbach
    • Automotive - Full Page or Greater 12,001 - 35,000 & Over 35,000 DivisionsFIRST PLACEMorning NewsKelly CrossandMike Reichenbach
    • Recreational Vehicles All Divisions CombinedFIRST PLACEGreenville JournalKristy AdairandATV Outfitters
    • Fashion Under 6,000 Division FTHIRD PLACE 70% M OFICES ! ALL P RLexington CountyChronicle & Gently-used clothing from:The Dispatch NewsMichael Balland 359-6165Guy and Girl Clothing
    • Fashion Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACELexington CountyChronicle &The Dispatch NewsJoshua ThorpandDon L. Roy
    • Fashion Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Clinton Chronicle Sissy Wilson and Lesa Campbell and Adair’s Men’s Shoppe
    • Bormio re- Reg. $250 Fashion 15995 BOOT OOT O this fall Reg. $100 7995 Ivalla Reg. $225 17995 6,000 - 12,000 Division Undine Reg. $200 169 95 Greve Reg. $300 24995 Bree Reg. $150 12995 Vinci Reg. $200 15995 Ferrone Reg. $200THIRD PLACE 15995 Montana Reg. $150 12995 Jordell Reg. $200 16995 Sarita Reg. $200 Britta Jerset 15995 Reg. $110 Reg. $160 8995 13995 Thompson’sThe Greer Citizen Since 1956 FAMOUS BRAND SHOES Wellford, SC • Located Hwy. 29....1 mile south of I-85 at Exit 66 • 439-3557 MONDAY-SATURDAY 9-6 • CLOSED SUNDAYS UptonAngela Mathis and Reg. $65 Linus Aspen Reg. $140 4495 Reg. $160 11995 13995 Unity Reg. $55 4495 Manor (Black, Brown) Reg. $60 Sedona 4495 Reg. $180 14995Julie Holcombe Headstrong Reg. $200 14995 Ta Lou La Reg. $170 Reg. $80 14995 5995 Sedona (Brown, Gwynne Cocoa) (Black, Brown) Reg. $180 Reg. $200 15995 14995and Reg. $100 7995 CMYKThompson’s famous brand shoes
    • Fashion Largest Selection dansko in the area! Professionals Zebra Patent Blue Marble Patent Danion Patent 6,000 - 12,000 Division Brown Leopard Patent Petrol Patent Tiger Eye Patent Black Eye Patent Grey Patent Ed Marble Patent Hickory Ant Brown In Black Oil Black Desert Snake StockSECOND PLACE Black Tooled Brown Tooled Brown Cabrio Black Cabrio Portia $10 Whiskey Leather Black Leather OFF Ivey Black LeatherThe Greer Citizen Brown Leather OUR LOW REGULAR PRICE Ray All dansko Leopard & Sanita Zebra Black Leather With this coupon. Not good on previous purchases Brown Leather or layaways. Excludes children’s shoes.Angela Mathis and Hurry! Krista Expires Saturday, Sept. 11th! Black only slip resistant Thompson’s Since FAMOUS BRAND SHOES Wellford, SC • Located Hwy. 29....1 mile south of I-85 at Exit 66 • 439-3557 1956 MONDAY-SATURDAY 9-6 • CLOSED SUNDAYSJulie HolcombeandThompson’s famous brand shoes
    • A reason Fashion to 6,000 - 12,000 Division p Kick u els e your hFIRST PLACE SALE Upstairs Clean Sweep Men’s & Ladies Shoes Over 40 Name Brands including • Naturalizer • Life Stride • J ReneeThe Greer Citizen • Vanelli • bornAngela Mathis and starting at $ 999Julie Holcombe NOTHING OVER $ 3999and Special Prices Downstairs! All Remaining Summer dansko SandalsThompson’s famous brand shoes Thompson’s s $60 FAMOUS BRAND SHOES Wellford, SC • 439-3557 Located Hwy. 29....1 mile south of I-85 at Exit 66 • 439-3557 MONDAY-SATURDAY 9-5:30 • CLOSED SUNDAYS
    • Fashion 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe Lancaster NewsLori Sistare andVicki JenkinsandCB’s Limited
    • Fashion 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEThe Times andDemocratLynette LyonsandYoung Generations
    • Fashion Over 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEHerald-JournalHailey Dill andAaron HendersonandSam Evatt’s
    • Fashion Over 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE As SEEn on…Greenville JournalKristy AdairandFirst Team LettermEn We carry only the best shoes,Sports Center equipment, and apparel available. 2520 Wade Hampton Blvd., Greenville | 864.268.6227 FirstTeamSC.com | Mon.-Fri. 9am-6pm; Sat. 9am-1pm
    • Fashion Over 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEGreenville JournalKristy AdairandThe Pink Monogram
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE The Clinton Chronicle S. Pace and Lesa Campbell and Hoyt Hanvey Jewelers
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Under 6,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEEnquirer-HeraldApril Wynn andSue InzerilloandFrank’s Jewelers
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEEnquirer-HeraldApril Wynn andSue InzerilloandFrank’s Jewelers
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACE Pickens County Courier Emily Towery and Valentin Occassions
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 6,000 - 12,000 Division Wear yourSECOND PLACE Palmetto PrideThe Greer CitizenAngela Mathis and Bracelet in 14K gold on sterling silver with or without diamondsJulie Holcombe Tate Jewelers Manufacturing Goldsmithsand Village Square 879-4012Tate Jewelers Greer, SC Next to Little Caesars
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 6,000 - 12,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEClarendon CitizenJoanne Taylor and Carol DowellandAndersonPharmacy
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Lancaster NewsLori Sistare andVicki JenkinsandPurple Rooster
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 12,001 - 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACEThe Lancaster NewsLori Sistare andVicki JenkinsandLancaster Jewelers
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops 12,001 - 35,000 Division FRESH INSPIRATIONFIRST PLACE From fresh and vibrant to rich and sweet. Pick your new colors. Find new beads. Choose your inspiration. Our Kera products are compatible with all competing TM bracelets and there’s no minimum to buy- so just have fun!Fort Mill TimesSherry Avant andLeigh Bakerand K.W. GemsKW Gems 122 Main Street • Fort Mill 803.802.7020 • www.kwgems.com
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Over 35,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACEThe Sun NewsMarian Lynam andSarah GerlachandAccents by Carol
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Over 35,000 DivisionSECOND PLACE The Post and Courier Deb Greig and Kathy Simes and Charleston Bead Co.
    • Jewelry, Florists and Gift Shops Over 35,000 DivisionFIRST PLACE The Post and Courier Deb Greig and Kathy Simes and Charleston Bead Co.
    • Newspaper Promotion Under 6,000 DivisionTHIRD PLACELexington County Word of mouth is the most effectiveChronicle & form of advertising. But how do you get people talking?The Dispatch News Advertise with us.Michael Ball 803-359-7633
    • Newspaper Promotion Under 6,000 Division An excellent return on investmentSECOND PLACELexington CountyChronicle & “I have marketed my dental practices for over 10 years, using everything including television, radio and newspa- pers and magazines. I have spent a considerable amount of time studying advertising and marketing. I have found a consistent excellent return on investment, whenever I have advertised in the Lexington County Chronicle. I am convinced the Chronicle reaches an affluent population of dedicated readers, who value and patronize their advertis-The Dispatch News ers. I have found that Jerry Bellune is an astute marketer and an excellent resource to aid in any marketing project.” — Gregory J. Wych DDS If you want someone who will take good care of advertising thatBrandon Bell will grow your business, call Carol, Elaine, or Jerry at 359-7633.
    • Newspaper Promotion Under 6,000 DivisionFIRST PLACEEnquirer-HeraldGerry Shugart
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    • ! ! !! ! ! Special Section! ! ! Over 35,000 Division WWW.THESTATE.COM ● THE STATE, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA ● SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010 G1HONORABLE MENTION By Rachelle D. McMillan Of women who have breast can- cer, the percentage of women Young Survival Coalition Making an Impact on Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer issues and the affect breast cancer treatment may have on a woman’s future plans to have children. “I was 25 when I was diagnosed Kemp continues. It was a great resource and way to connect. I formed many lifetime friend- ships.” A guide to women’s healthcare and breast cancer awareness in the Midlands survivors, to support those in treatment and raise awareness that young women can and do get breast cancer.” McCamey is also very grateful for the tools the organization brings to young women. “The YSC helps me help them with Sunday, October 24, 2010 Did you know? • Women under the age of 40 under 40 years of age is much with breast cancer and felt like Now, almost 10 years later, Beth McCamey, another mem- resources, connections, network- smaller than the percentage of ing and outreach. Young people are frequently overlooked as older women with the disease. Shannon Pulfrey , Jo Prosser, Andrea Kemp, Erin Reppy, Jacqulyn Lewis, Beth McCamey can and do get breast cancer, and being at risk for breast cancer For younger women the disease we are like a small society or fami- and are often under-represented also brings concerns of fertility, ly here for support. I look forward in research studies. pregnancy, early menopause and to growing with the YSC in long-term survivorship. The pos- Columbia.” • The American Cancer Society sibilities of what lies ahead can be Erin Reppy has found benefit toThe State overwhelming for a woman who is the national affiliation. It was an guidelines do not encourage supposed to be in the prime of life important connection she could mammograms for women with a new career, a young family bring with her when she moved to below age 40. or new relationship. The discov- Columbia. “YSC helped me ery of breast cancer can be a very through its online network and • Breast cancers in younger lonely diagnosis. message boards when I was diag- women are generally more Young women in South nosed six years ago in Maryland. Carolina who are diagnosed with Now living in South Carolina, aggressive and result in lower Breast Cancer are not alone. YSC Columbia has helped me put survival rates. Young Survival Coalition (YSC), actual faces and names to that an organization based in New online network and community.” • Breast tissue is often very dense York City, is dedicated to provid- All these women enjoy giving in women under 40 and the ing support and resources to back and find great purpose in mammogram does not reveal young women. A new affiliate helping the just diagnosed. cancer very well. was established in Columbia in Reppy adds, “I just hope by work- 2009. Their goal is to raise aware- ing with YSC in Columbia, I can • Ultrasounds are heavily used to ness of breast cancer in young connect with other young sur- help diagnose suspicious lumps women and reduce the isolation vivors or newly diagnosed womenLouie Lanford and aid in biopsies. of young women with breast can- with breast cancer to let them Photo provided by the Young Survival Coalition cer. They build strong communi- know there is life after cancer and • One in 20 women with breast ties of young survivors in South there was no one who really Kemp says, “I am thrilled to have ber of the organization, adds her there are other young women just cancer are under age 40 when Carolina. understood or could relate”, said the chance to be a part of our new thoughts. “The YSC has helped like them out there.” Young Survival Coalition helps Andrea Kemp, a YSC member. local affiliate. Through YSC me feel empowered, supported, Speaking for the organization, diagnosed. survivors cope with the unique “Online, I found YSC discussion Columbia, we are now a part of a and hopeful. I have found my Reppy emphasizes what is at the issues and concerns they may face boards where I met other women national team acting locally to meaning for life and helping oth- heart of their mission. “We are • One in 8 women diagnosed with including body image after breast all over the U.S. who were also in provide a circle of support for ers with their journeys in their here to help and listen.” To breast cancer is younger than cancer-related surgery, intimacy their 20s or early 30s and facing young women facing breast can- most challenging experience in young women battling breast can- 45 when diagnosed. issues, fertility issues, financial breast cancer. cer. We are reaching out to other their life.” cer, she says, “you are not alone.” Breast Friends Tiffany Winslow and Dottye Wodogaza, Palmetto Health Nurse Navigators are Best Friends Born in the Darkest Hour and Katie started dancing in their They call themselves “breast By Jennifer Wilson Lexington Medical Center chemo chairs. Before long, they friends,” in honor of how they forgot about cancer. The two were met. “You never go into chemo think- laughing and striking up conversa- For each the prognosis is good. ing you’re going to make a tions. Both completed chemo. Brandy friend,” Katie Brandy and Katie were fast has finished radiation; Katie has Austin said. “You just want to get friends. “When you’re diagnosed only a handful of radiation treat- through the treatment.” with cancer, you feel all alone,” ments to go. Katie likes to talk to Photo provided by Palmetto Health Foundation When Brandy Collette and Katie said. Then she met Brandy. Brandy about what to expect as Katie Austin were each diagnosed with breast cancer this year, they expected surgery, chemotherapy Brandy and Katie each found she nears the end of treatment. Wearing matching t-shirts that Nurse Navigators Show the Way read “Fight Like A Girl” in pink and radiation. They knew they would lose their hair, go to many doctor’s visits and spend time con- their breast cancer through self exams. They share their story letters, they talk about their hair. Brandy’s is growing back in. It’s During the Difficult Journey to emphasize the importance of about an inch long – a half inch Navigator program is a free service cation material that is important sumed with worry. self exams and early detection longer than Katie’s hair. Article provided by offered to Palmetto Health to the patient, making it patient Palmetto Health In the middle of it all, they never Brandy says the friendship has patients facing a diagnosis of specific. This education material expected a great friendship to of breast cancer. helped her to stay positive. “Breast Every year over 200,000 women breast cancer. The goal of the provides the patient with knowl- begin. But it did. And in one of cancer takes a lot out of you,” she in the United States are diagnosed Nurse Navigator is to help the edge so she can make an informed life’s darkest moments, there was “All of a sudden, you’re not by said. “My breast friend helps with breast cancer. Palmetto patient make informed decisions decision about her plan of care.” a bright beam of hope. yourself.” cheer me up.” Health will diagnose and treat an about their own care. The Nurse Since all women have the risk of It started in the Infusion Center The women talked about their In the future, the breast friends estimated 500 new cases of breast Navigator will contact the patient developing breast cancer and early inside Lexington Medical Center. families, working in the yard and hope to go back to the Infusion cancer this year. The Palmetto after a diagnosis is confirmed to detection is the key to surviving Brandy and Katie were each more. Center to help other people Health Breast Center is dedicated meet one-on-one as soon as possi- breast cancer, the Nurse Navigator undergoing chemotherapy there. Today, they are best friends. enduring cancer treatment. to improving women’s health and ble. is active in community education. Hooked up to lifesaving medicine, Only this friendship is different. has earned national recognition Nurse Navigator Tiffany Nurse Navigators have a unique each treatment lasted a long seven for high standards of quality care. Winslow, RN, is grateful to be opportunity to work closely with hours. In July 2009, the Palmetto Health able to help women during their patients and to collaborate with Brandy Collette and Katie Austin Chemotherapy might not be a Breast Center became the first difficult time dealing with breast the comprehensive medical team place where you feel like talking. nationally accredited breast pro- cancer. She says, “It is important to ensure that every woman gets “I thought I would just sit in my gram in the state. as a nurse navigator to be a good the best care and support avail- chair and keep to myself,” said The concept of Palmetto Health listener. Listening to what my able. Breast cancer may be one of Brandy, a 37-year-old wife and Nurse Navigators dates back to patients have to say blesses and a woman’s worst fears, but the mother from Lexington County. 1990. It all started when a woman inspires me when I hear of their experience of going through the “I wanted to be by myself.” undergoing breast cancer treat- strength and their courage.” diagnosis and treatment of breast But in a nearby chair, there was ment suggested that there should Nurse Navigators customize cancer can be made a little easier another young woman, also a wife be a program to help women cope each session to best meet the with a Nurse Navigator by her and mother from Lexington with the disease. Since then, the patient’s educational and psy- side. County, Katie, diagnosed with program has changed the lives of chosocial needs. “Thanks to Nurse Navigators are part of the breast cancer at age 42. countless women diagnosed with money raised through the Walk continuum of care offered by Then the TV came on -- The breast cancer. Palmetto Health For Life, we are able to provide Palmetto Health Breast Center. Ellen DeGeneres Show. Ellen Breast Center was the first in the our patients with an education For more information, visit danced with the audience. area to initiate this program. packet at the time of their diagno- www.palmettohealth.org. Hooked up to machines, Brandy Photo provided by Lexington Medical Center The Breast Cancer Nurse sis,” says Winslow. “We flag edu-
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Of Assessment Data $85,677.00 | Patricia Carter - Director Food Services $83,854.00 | Thomas Rivers - Principal Asst High 230 Days $83,616.00 | Sherry A Walters Prin Assist For Instruction $83,616.00 | Robbie M Hunter Prin Assist Middle 220 Days $83,452.70 | Michael Sheley - Prin Assist Middle 220 Days $83,452.70 | Elizabeth Houck - Principal Elem School 230 Days $83,045.00 | Don Cousins - Coordinator Bldg Maint/Fac $82,755.00 | Ann Pitts - Coord Spec Ed/Medicaid $82,755.00 | Harriet Zwart - Coordinator App Services $82,371.00 | Lucas Clamp - Principal Asst High 230 Days $82,218.00 | Rudolph Cooper - Prin Assist For Instruction $82,218.00 | Laura Covington - Principal Asst High 230 Days $82,218.00 | John Nix - Principal Asst High 230 Days $82,218.00 | Elizabeth Abbott - Prin Assist For Instruction $82,058.09 | Bruce Bridges - Prin Assist Middle 220 Days $82,058.09 | Tomian Geddings - Prin Assist For Instruction $82,058.09 | Guy Smith - Prin Assist Middle 220 Days $82,058.09 | Joseph Thornbury - Navy Jr Rotc $81,372.79 | Anna Duvall - Director Of Guidance $81,292.00 | Gregory Russell - Director Of Guidance $81,292.00 | Thomas Harmon - Teacher Secondary 190 Days $81,256.42 | Bryan Butz - In- terim Athletic Director $80,844.00 | Ryan Player - Principal Asst High 230 Days $80,844.00 | Christopher Rabon - Principal Asst High 230 Days $80,844.00 | Matthew Warren - Principal Asst High 230 Days $80,844.00 | Mary Carr - Director Of Guidance $79,855.00 | Frank Stover - Teacher Secondary 190 Days $79,656.00 | Jerald Gatch - Band Director Secondary $79,603.82 | Ethel Jackson - Prin Assist For Instruction $79,337.74 | Alicia Prezzy - Prin Assist Middle 220 Days $79,337.74 | Cynthia Parrish - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $78,852.65 | Alan Horn - Psy- chologist 205 Days $78,537.66 | Alisha Samples - Coordinator World Languages $78,443.00 | Jill Zueger - Director Of Guidance $78,443.00 | James Hamby - Prin Assist For Instruction $78,237.57 | Timothy Livingston - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $78,237.57 | James Turner - Primary Assistant Prin 215 Days $78,237.57 | Eric Dowdy - Principal Asst High 230 Days $78,088.00 | M K Tolleson - Prin Assist Middle 220 Days $78,012.00 | Susan Herndon - Instructional Tech Spec $77,870.74 | Peggy Sease - Administrative Assistant $77,870.74 | Brad Bowers - Senior Network Engineer $77,056.00 | Diana Smith - Coord Preschool Speech $77,056.00 | Janet Flynn - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $76,929.80 | Mark Mcdermet - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $76,929.80 | Jennifer Stanley - Prin Assist For Instruction $76,929.80 | Diane Thomas - Prin Assist For Instruction $76,929.80 | Louis Biles - Prin Assist Middle 220 Days $76,707.30 | Brian Barrineau - Principal Asst High 230 Days $76,707.00 | Timothy Wade - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $75,643.54 | Michele Zee - PrinChronicle & Assist Middle 220 Days $75,424.61 | Catherine Cooper-Ely - Director Of Guidance $74,945.61 | Jason Black - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $74,378.78 | Brice Cockfield - Princi- pal Asst Elem 215 Days $74,378.78 | Chris Cook - 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ROTC $72,042.05 | Robin Davidson - Teacher Elementary 190 Days $71,912.83 | Kimberly Frost - Prin Assist For Instruction $71,912.83 | Deborah Poole - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $71,912.83 | Michelle Smith - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $71,912.83 | Sujata Wallace - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $71,912.83 | Tracy Lucas - Coordinator Of Procurement $71,402.00 | Ronald Dorsey ROTC $71,329.05 | Bruce Kulmac - ROTC $71,329.05 | Kim Streett - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $70,710.70 | Harvey Clubb - Transportation Coordinator $70,639.13 | Dhanya Ramankutty - Software Developer $70,208.00 | Mylisa Apperson - Prin Assist For Instruction $69,460.89 | Michael Hornacek - Principal Asst Elem 215 Days $69,460.89 | Pandra Lemrow - Teacher Secondary 190 Days $69,406.53 | Charles Polk - Band Director Elem 205 Days $69,406.53 | Alexis Price - Band Director Elem 205 Days $69,406.53 | Patricia James - Coordinator Of Grants $68,967.00 | Pamela Turner - Interim Asst Principal $68,095.96 | Suzanne Piazzola - Teacher Secondary 190 Days $67,893.00 | Robert Randall - Director Of Guidance $67,343.66 | David Ricard - Skilled Maint 8 Hrs 230 Days $66,950.00 | Jan Creech - Guidance Counselor 195 Days $66,020.84 | Cornelia Edwards - Media SpecialisT 195 Days $66,020.84 | Kitty Henderson - Guidance Counselor 195 Days $66,020.84 | Susan Mitton - Media Specialist 195 Days $66,020.84 | Teresa Puryear - Media Specialist 195 Days $66,020.84 | Martha Wise - Media Specialist 195 Days $66,020.84 | Lynn Kirven - Occupational Therapist-LkThe Dispatch News $65,902.00 | Randi Cogswell - Occupational Therapist-Rc $65,901.00 | Angela Huckabee - Autism Specialist $65,659.26 | Gary Calloway - Teach- er Secondary 190 Days $65,501.82 | Martha Smith - Teacher Secondary 190 Days $65,501.82 | Sharmen Oswald - Media Specialist 195 Days $65,367.08 | Charles Farmer Director Of Guidance $65,257.03 | Mellisa Leitner - Occupational Therapist-Ml $65,074.00 | Ronnie Swygert - Teacher Secondary 190 Days $64,853.37 | Linda Propst - 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Total budget Let the school board hear from you: $168,750,000.00School District One Cynthia S. Smith, chair, 957-5095 Bert J. Dooley, vice chair, 359-0844 Dr. Diane Summers, secretary, 751-6522 Hazel Porth Duell, 359-4201 Edwin Harmon, PhD, 957-5649 Grady V. Harmon, Jr., 657-7855 Frank Shumpert, III, 894-3998 * April 2010 Presentation ** per State earnings over $50,000/year *** 2007-2008 fiscal year
    • 1 Ad – More than 1/2 page 2 Under 6,000 Division Please Vote for Pete Oliver, SC House District 87, Elect An Independent Voice SUPPORT Transparency in Government SUPPORT Recoring all votes in the StateFIRST PLACE Legislature There are two main issues, School Vouchers and 16. The SC DOR shall promulgate a “Property Owners Property Tax Reform. We must protect our schools and Tax Guide” to assist the Property Owner through the protect our homes. Who is Pete Oliver? ho P appeals process. The guide will provide the Property Owner an overview of “How the Mass Appraisal software works Protect Our Schools - School Vouchers and School Tax and methodologies employed.” It shall provide the Credits are masquerades for School Choice, across district Fellowship Hall Director, Ebenezer Lutheran Church Di neze questions the property owner should ask in the formuliza- lines. The SC Senate has a bill in committee, S0520, which is Division of Motor Vehicle Management Accountant ision V le Management, tion of the appeal. It shall state, “What the county is quite clear "TO ALLOW A TAX CREDIT FOR A PERSON AT&T, Management, Corporate Meth orate Methods, Accounting required to provide the property owner through the appeals WHO PAID TUITION FOR A QUALIFYING STUDENT TO Plant Re Results, Product Line Plannin ine Planning process.” This guide will explain The Property Owners ATTEND AN INDEPENDENT OR PUBLIC SCHOOL." This Management Owner, International Trading Firm – Property Tax Rights.” The guide will state “The COUNTY allows students to cross school district and or county lines. Responsible for bringing the Russian Olympic Sailing, has the Burden of Proof in Property Tax Appeals.” Basketball, and Swimming teams to Lexington in I am opposed to school vouchers and tax credits. Although preparation for the 1996 Olympics 17. The South Carolina Department of Revenue shall fix unlikely, children could leave Lexington School District 1 Graduate University of South Carolina – B.A./History the compensation for members of County Board of Property and go to a private school this will drain money away from Ebenezer Lutheran Church, Member. Past, Youth Advisor, Tax Equalization, furnish clerical and other assistance for schools. Education Ministry Board, those boards, adopt rules of notice and procedures for The more likely scenario is that Lexington School District those boards as may be required to facilitate their work Fellowship Hall Director, and Stewardship Committee 1 will gain students transferring from other school districts and to insure uniformity in the processing and decision of Appraisal Institute, Associate Member into Lexington schools. equalization appeals. For every child transferring into Lexington School District National Association of Realtors, member 18. The SC State Board of Property Tax Equalization 1, we as taxpayers will lose more than $5,300 per child. Lexington County Gamecock Club Board of Directors, member may also bring a legal action on its own behalf to compel aLexington County Almost immediately, the impact on our schools will be University of South Carolina Alumni Association, member county assessor or any city or county tax official to comply devastating. Not only will we pay to educate our children, National Property Management Association (NPMA), member with any provisions of law or any validly adopted Property we will pay to educate those children from outside our Lexington Toastmasters, Past Member Tax Rule or regulation district. Town Council, Town of Swansea 19. The SC DOR To further improvement in appraisal I was very honored and privileged to receive a recommen- Chairman, Swansea Planning Commission and valuation procedures and methods and understanding dation from The South Carolina Education Association. Like Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Past Member, Church Council and knowledge, shall conduct annual instruction courses in the South Carolina Education Association, I too support our and Secretary, Lutheran Men the nature of a school for assessors, their employees, and "children and public education." Teachers of Lexington Oliver Lodge #133 employees of the division for periods not exceeding fifteen School District 1 work hard every day to provide the best Investment Recovery Association, past member days in length . All assessors shall attend this annual education for our children. school. The SC DOR shall License all Mass Appraisers in the ISRI – Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, past member State of South Carolina. Each assessor completing this Swansea Hay Day Festival, Trustee & Public Relations Chairman, I went to public schools. My children attended public school shall receive a certificate of achievement for his schools. As a graduate of the University of South Carolina, I Winner of the State of South Carolina Governors Travel Award, effort. am thankful for the opportunities that a quality education the highest tourism award in SC presented by the Governor of 20. In the appeals process, the “Burden of Proof” shall has provided me and my family. I think all of us can South Carolina rest with the county to prove the counties methodology and remember great teachers who not only assisted with our Swansea Jaycees, Past Secretary software is correct in determining the “Fair Market Value” education; but also, were positive role models and created a Swansea Lions Club, Past President a Vice President t and esident of a property. The County shall make available to theChronicle & positive impact on us as young people. Junior Achievement of Columbia, Past Advi a, Advisor TAXPAYER all statistical formulas, methodologies, GIS Goldsboro Jaycees, Pa Member ees, Past er mapping to demonstrate their value validates proper Protect Our Homes - Our homes are under assault from anis, M Goldsboro Kiwanis, Past Member comparables ACTUALLY UTILIZED in the development of unfair property tax reassessment. Two Weeks ago the their valuation. The counties will have to inform the Lexington Chronicle printed the real property and mobile property tax owner the $ per acre, $ per foot, $ per Lake homes that would be going up for tax foreclosure sale. There front foot, $ per street front utilized in their mass appraisal. are 3,321 real properties being foreclosed if their taxes are utilized in any form by any county assessor in the State of The county will have to provide the graphic GIS represent- not paid by October 29, 2010. There are 1,376 mobile homes South Carolina. The DOR shall certify and recommend all ing these values. The county must explain how these values being foreclosed if there are not paid by October 29, Mass Appraisal Software to be utilized. were applied to all properties to ensure “Equity of Among 2010.That is a total of 4,697 properties in Lexington County 9. The SC DOR shall be responsible for training and Property Groups”. being foreclosed. I am sure that some are a result of the testing all county assessors including their staff in the use of 21. The following words shall be added to the following economy. However, before the economy went bad there were all Mass Appraisal software. section, Under Title 12, Chapter 43, County Equalization a large numbers of properties being foreclosed in this 10. The SC DOR shall employ a qualified expert in mass and Reassessment, Article 3, Programs; Uniform Assess- manner in Lexington County each year. appraisal software, statistical analysis and methodology to ment Ratios, SECTION 12-43-210. Uniform and equitable Property Tax Reform is one my critical legislative be designated to assist counties on an ongoing basis. assessments; rules and regulations. priorities, if I am fortunate to be elected. I will work 11. The DOR shall ensure “Equity Among Property 1.(A) All property must be assessed uniformly and diligently on your behalf to accomplish this goal. I have Groups” As discussed, one of the most important features of equitably throughout the State. The South Carolina Depart-The Dispatch News authored 25 very specific recommendations for property tax an equitable assessment system is uniformity in assessment ment of Revenue shall be responsible for and ensure all reform in the State of South Carolina. I presented these to levels between property groups. Consider residential property is assessed uniformly and equitably throughout the the SC Tax Realignment Commission (SC TRAC ), September properties in the two municipalities below. Both municipali- State, may promulgate regulations to ensure equalization 21, 2010. ties have an overall level of assessment of 100%. But is which must be adhered to by all assessing officials in the State assessment equity equal? Note that in municipality A, http://www.scstatehouse.gov/citizensinterestpage/TRAC homeowners in NBHD 204 will pay 50% more in taxes on 22. The Counties of SC shall appoint a County Board of /092110Meeting/TestimonyofPeteOliver.pdf comparable property than homeowners in NBHD 201. In Property Tax Equalization which shall be comprised of Real municipality B, effective tax rates are similar regardless of Estate professionals such as Real Estate Broker-in Charge, Property Tax laws and regulations are a “1950 vintage” neighborhood. Real Estate Appraiser, MAI, Tax Attorney, CPA. A public trying to function in 2010. Below are my 25 very specific member maybe appointed provided they take 60 hours recommendations which will do the following: Municipality A Municipality B Appraisal Hours by the Appraisal Institute and IAAO 1. Popular election of Assessors. NBHD Assessment Level NBHD Assessment Level Course Mass Appraisal prior to beginning their term. 2. Ensure property owners that their Property Tax 23. The County Board of Property Tax Equalization shall 201 .800 710 .980 Reassessment is “legal and correct”. be an independent body of the county with no connection 202 .900 711 1.030 3. Ensure that all Property Tax Owners are treated “fairly to the County Assessor in any way. As a and in an equitable” manner. 203 1.100 712 .999 separate body, it will be responsibleBrandon Bell 4. The SC Department of Revenue will educate, train, and 204 1.200 713 1.012 for its staff, if any, its meeting certify all assessors in South Carolina. Totals 1.000 Totals 1.000 place. 24. The County Board of Property Tax Reform - TRAC COMMISSION Property Tax Equalization 25 Recommendations 12. The SC Legislature shall create a SC State Board all shall employ its own attorney Property Owners Property Tax Rights of Property Tax Equalization which shall be a part of for legal matters to avoid any Legislative Changes to SC Department of the SC DOR and which shall hear all cases on appeal conflict of interest. It cannot Revenue and County Assessors from the counties of South Carolina before the cases are hire or use the County referred to the SC Administrative Law Court for further ative Attorney as they should 1. Twenty eight states currently have the popular election appeal, if needed. represent the Assessor in of Assessors. South Carolina shall adopt popular election of 13. The SC State Board of Property Tax Equalization f further legal matters. Assessors. shall be comprised of members of the Real Estate ers 25. The County Board of 2. Residential Rental property shall be reduced from 6% Profession including Real Estate Broker-in-Charge, SC tate Property Tax Equalization to 4%, just like residences of South Carolina Real Estate Appraiser, MAI, Tax Attorney, and CPA. With a shall look to The SC DOR for 3. The Assessor shall be removed from office with a minimum of Five years experience and recognized by peers rience appraisal, procedural, and legal hearing before a judge, when an Assessor performs incorrect as excellent in their fields. advice and instructions, and it assessments or the failure to maintain “uniformity and 14. To ensure proper levels and uniformity standards are ls relies on various county equality” within groups of properties. being followed by the Assessor, The SC DOR shall conduct or, departments to carry out 4. Class Action lawsuits shall be allowed for misapplica- an annual 1% study of all property in each county. operty decisions made by tion of property tax laws in South Carolina against Assessors Findings of the annual study are reported to the the board. or county governments. SC Board of Tax Equalization each year. nand 5. False statements. Any County Assessor or employee of 15. The following words shall be hall an Assessor’s office who willfully states anything which he added to the following section, on, knows to be false in any oral or written statement, under Pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. oath or not under oath, required or authorized to be made as §12-37-90 (1976), “The SC DOR the basis of an assessment or reassessment shall be guilty of and assessor shall: (d) determine mine a felony. (PUBLIC TRUST) assessments and reassessments of nts 6. The SC Department of Revenue shall be the account- real property in a manner that the at able agency for the oversight of all county assessors in the ratio of assessed value to fair r State of South Carolina and shall audit, validate and certify market value is uniform through-ugh- all mass appraisals performed by the counties. out the county and The SC DOR 7. The SC Department of Revenue shall ensure that shall ensure that the ratio of Assessments or Reassessments by county assessors are valid, assessed value to fair market t methodology correct, and uniform throughout the counties value is uniform throughout the of South Carolina. Uniform assess- ments state. are part of the property tax process.Pete Oliver 8. The SC Department of Revenue shall test and validate all Mass Appraisal software before it is recommended to be purchased, leased, or This ad paid for by Pete Oliver, Candidate for SC House District 87.
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