Reunion entries needed


By Andrew Wigger - awigger@civitasmedia.com



The Town of Little Mountain was given a new American Flag from Woodmen of the World.


Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

By Andrew Wigger

awigger@civitasmedia.com

The Town of Little Mountain was given a new American Flag from Woodmen of the World.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0754.jpgThe Town of Little Mountain was given a new American Flag from Woodmen of the World. Andrew Wigger | The Newberry Observer

LITTLE MOUNTAIN — The website for the Little Mountain Reunion is now complete, but one for the Town of Little Mountain is still in the works.

“If you get a chance, please do go to the website when you get a chance. It’s a new website so it is kind of slow to load sometimes,” Mayor Jana Jayroe said. “It will raise us in the Google ranks if you do not put www. If you put littlemountainreunion.info, without the http or www, you get higher in the Google ranks.”

The web address is littlemountainreunion.info.

Visitors to the website can sign up to take part in the Little Mountain Reunion parade, something Councilman Marty Frick said is needed.

“If anybody wants to be in the parade, let Jana or me know, and get with us. We do not have a whole lot of entries at the moment,” he said.

If anyone is interested in taking part in the parade they can either do so via the website, or call Cindy Farr, town clerk, at 803-605-7777 or the town phone at 803-605-8527. There is no charge to take part in the parade.

In other business, Terminix will treat Reunion Park for fire ants for the cost of $150.

Farr contacted a representative with Terminix who looked at Reunion Park and Rocky Branch. They quoted the town $90 for Rocky Branch and the $150 for Reunion Park. The town would have to pay these prices each time they ask Terminix to come treat the areas.

“I think no to Rocky Branch, and yes to the Reunion Park,” Jayroe said.

“Could you wait and do Rocky Branch with the next treatment season? Because I have mine treated and I have four acres and I pay $75 twice a year, with Fire Ant Solutions,” said Councilwoman Susan Epting. “They are seasonal, they come out once in the fall and once in the spring, and I have no fire ants.”

The town decided not to treat only Reunion Park.

Other business

• Woodmen of the World donated an American Flag to the Town of Little Mountain.

• CPA Tim Cornelison conducted the town audit and he gave the town a clean opinion.

Reach Andrew Wigger at 803-276-0625 ext. 1867 or on Twitter @ TheNBOnews.

Reach Andrew Wigger at 803-276-0625 ext. 1867 or on Twitter @ TheNBOnews.

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