Corinth-St. Mark Project

Corinth-St. Mark Operation Inasmuch

  Ten years ago, members of Corinth-St. Mark’s Lutheran Parish in Saluda County joined Lutheran congregations across South Carolina in an annual day of service to benefit local communities.
  Corinth-St. Mark’s annual day of service – part of the national Operation Inasmuch – already has assisted more than 20 area organizations and individuals with funding from a yard sale, bake sale, and hamburger sale and service projects.
  This year, Operation Inasmuch will be held May 4 at the Hollywood Ruritan Building at the corner of the Denny Highway and Hollywood Road.
  The Parish holds a yard sale and bake sale (both 8 a.m.-1 p.m.) and sells hamburgers (10 a.m.-1 p.m.) to raise money that is donated to beneficiaries.
  In addition, a Bloodmobile will be on site (10 a.m.-1 p.m.).
  This year’s proceeds will be used to help two beneficiaries:
  •Provide a love gift for the Hall twins, premature daughters of Kelsey and Dakota Hall.
  •Purchase materials to make improvements to the Hollywood Elementary School grounds.
  Members of the Parish also are building storage shelving for Christ Central and collecting bottled water and Gatorade for the three area volunteer fire departments.
  Pastor Pam Turfa recalls: “A few weeks after I was called as pastor of this parish in March 2009, the bishop of the South Carolina Lutheran Synod asked me if the Corinth and St. Mark’s congregations were participating in Operation Inasmuch.”
  “No,” I replied. “But, his question got me to thinking about the possibilities for this Parish. And, although we did not have plans in 2009 to participate in Operation Inasmuch, by 2010 we did. We have participated every year since.”
  In the first nine years, the Parish has assisted the Hollywood Elementary School library with the purchase of new books, assisted the Burton Center with funding the cost of picnic tables for an outdoor shelter, contributed to the Saluda County library expansion project, and helped families with medical and financial needs.
  The Parish also has cleaned the yards of senior residents, repaired a roof for a single father, and purchased signs for area Community Watch groups.
  This year, a friend of the Parish has been offered the contents of a home that is being cleaned out for the yard sale. Our yard sale items include a couch, a recliner, headboards, kitchen cabinet drawers and doors, a glass-top square patio table, and clothing, household items, books, artwork, and children’s toys.
  The Operation Inasmuch name comes from the King James Version of Matthew 25:40: And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
  “We look forward to seeing our neighbors and friends at the yard sale and hamburger sale,” Pastor Turfa said. Anyone with questions, may call 803-381-1469.
  Corinth-St. Mark’s Operation Inasmuch, Ruritan Building – Denny Highway and Hollywood Road
  Yard Sale – 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
  Bake Sale – 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
  Hamburger Plates (Hamburger, chips, drink) — $5 each – 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
  Bloodmobile – 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Burri Named Recipient of Alfred and

Miriam Adams Endowed Scholarship

  Piedmont Technical College (PTC) recently held a Scholarship Luncheon to recognize student recipients of dozens of PTC Foundation scholarships for 2019. This year’s winner of the Alfred and Miriam Adams Endowed Scholarship is Sean Burri of Saluda.
  The scholarship was established in 1998 during the Piedmont Partners Campaign to encourage Saluda County students to attend college and earn a degree. Ms. Adams is a member of the PTC Foundation Board representing Saluda County.
  Pictured from left:  Donor Representative Miriam Adams and scholar Sean Burri.

14th Annual RSFD Benefit Auction
In Memory Of Mike Adamick

  The 14th Annual Ridge Spring Fire Department Benefit in memory of Michael B. Adamick will be held on Saturday, May 4.
  It’s gonna be full of BBQ, Auction, Music and Dancing!
  Find your local Ridge Spring Firefighter to purchase your tickets or purchase tickets at the Town hall, The Nut House, and Ridge Auto
  Tickets: $10.00 each. Date: Saturday, May 4th, 2018. Time: BBQ @ 5 p.m.  Auction @ 6 p.m. Location: Ridge Spring Fire Department.
  Music By: Steel Justice Band.