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Entries for November 2013

City of Seneca Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule
The City of Seneca & Seneca Light & Water will be closed on Thursday, November 28th & Friday, November 29th in observance of Thanksgiving The Sanitation Dept. will continue their normal scheduled hours. For your convenience, the Seneca Light & Water Plant Night Deposit will remain open 24 hours for Seneca Light & Water payments. In case of an emergency, please call 885-2723 for assistance.
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Santa's Workshop
Santa's Workshop Ram Cat Alley Downtown Seneca, SC Train rides for all the kids Get a photo with Santa for Free December 15th, 5pm to 8pm Listen to Santa's Workshop Radio Spot
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Celebrate Christmas With A Hero
“CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH A HERO, INC” IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE CITY OF SENECA ANNUAL NEW TOY/CLOTHING COLLECTION Items may be dropped off at Seneca City Hall from November 10, 2014 - December 15, 2014 Make Christmas Special This Year Listen to Christmas with a Hero Radio SpotWith Mayor Pro Tem Ronnie O'Kelly and Riley Johnson “Celebrate Christmas with a Hero, Inc.” consists of a board of directors, has its own 501 c 3 tax exempt status designation, bylaws, policies/procedures, and a scre...
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Seneca’s Reynolds & Smith Sign With Erskine College
Surrounded by friends, family and coaches, Seneca High School seniors Sydney Smith, left, and Brittany Reynolds sign National Letters of Intent to play softball at Erskine College on Wednesday in Seneca. Now, Seneca High School seniors Brittany Reynolds and Sydney Smith will continue their friendship on the softball field at Erskine College, as they signed National Letters of Intent to join the Flying Fleet program on Wednesday. The signing cemented a conjoined future that the two have had f...
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All New... All Electric... CatBus
It's exciting days in Seneca” said Mayor Dan Alexander, “the City of Seneca will be the first in the nation to be a totally Electric Bus System.” City Administrator Greg Diettrick added “The best is yet to come. Stay tuned for bigger events coming to our city.” Clemson Area Transit (CATbus) general manager Al Babinicz shared “We hope eventually as the battery technology improves over time to eventually expand the all-electric concept to other areas like Clemson University, the city of Clemson an...
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Kellett Project Team
The former Kellett Elementary site had been earmarked for the future home of Seneca Light & Water. The City Council, hearing a thunderous response from neighbors, has halted plans and now is back at the proverbial drawing board with Adams Subdivision representatives to determine the best use of the property. READ MORE BELOW: The “Kellett Project Team” met Thursday 11/21/13 at Seneca City Hall to brainstorm ideas for the existing, unused site. The “Team” consists of 12 people representing the ...
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Veteran's Parade and Annual BBQ Plate Fund Raiser
American Legion Post 120 Annual BBQ Plate Fund Raiser November 8th, 11:00 - 2:00 575 N. Fairplay St., Seneca Plates-$8.00 each Veteran's ParadeNovember 11th, 2013Start lining up at 4pm on Rail Road St..from there the parade will turn on Walnut..Then turning onto Main and cont thru Ram Cat Alley..Left on Fairplay..Left back onto Rail Road and finishing on Rail Road..Please come out with your signs and salute these men and women ..Happy Veterans Day Salute
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