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ROCK HILL, SC (CN2 NEWS) – Law firm partners with Sheriff’s Deputy to create reading program, Native American Studies celebrates 17th anniversary and Lisa Ford is SC’s Victim Advocate of the Year!

  • Congratulations to Lisa Ford as South Carolina’s Victim Advocate of the Year.
    Ford is with the 16th District Attorney’s Office.
    Ford is described as someone who puts his heart and soul into everything he does for the victims of his caseload.
  • The 16th District Attorney’s Rock Hill Juvenile Bureau has partnered with York County Sheriff’s Deputy Lofton to create a reading program to help youth in juvenile diversion programs.
    Books are collected and checked before being shelved.
    Youngsters have thirty days to complete five books and then earn rewards for their achievements.
  • USC Lancaster kicks off its 17th annual celebration of Native American studies.
    It starts this Tuesday, November 1st until Wednesday, November 16th.
    During this time, several hosts will discuss Native American popular culture in movies, TV shows, video games, contemporary dance, and more. USC Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center is located at 119 South Main Street in Lancaster.
  • Pilgrims’ Inn in Rock Hill says it needs 50-10-14 pound turkeys to ensure customers have a happy Thanksgiving! The deadline is November 10. Turkeys can be picked up Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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