Rotary Bowl scheduled for Saturday
The Rotary Club of North Augusta will host the 32nd annual Rotary Bowl on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Lions Memorial Field, 619 W. Buena Vista Ave.
Youth football teams and cheerleading squads from the North Augusta Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services department will compete during the event. There will also be games, food and raffles.
Proceeds from the event will go toward college scholarships for local high school seniors.
Christmas parade entries accepted
Entries for the North Augusta Lions Club Christmas Parade 2012 are being accepted.
The parade will be held at 2 p.m. Dec. 9 in downtown North Augusta. This year’s theme is Dreams of Christmas.
For the second year, the parade will be televised on WRDW MY12 on Channel 12.2, Comcast channel 21, Atlantic Broadband channel 7 and Knology channel 7.
There is a $25 fee for commercial entries. There is no fee for noncommercial entries.
Entry and sponsorship forms can be picked up at the Greater North Augusta Chamber of Commerce, 406 West Ave. Forms can also be obtained by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to submit entry forms is Nov. 29.
For more information, call (803) 279-7288 or (803) 279-7701.
Paula Outler and Will Farrar have decided to take a unique approach to the traditional wedding ceremony.
The couple will tie the knot on their favorite holiday, Halloween, with a “Ghoulishly Delightful Halloween” themed wedding.
Guests have been invited to wear costumes for the wedding ceremony and the couple will change into Supergirl and Thor costumes for the wedding reception. The reception’s setting is a spooky graveyard with Halloween music.
Keeping with the theme, the couple’s castle wedding cake with a gargoyle cake topper will sit on a six-foot wooden coffin built for the reception.
The couple will reside in North Augusta.
Winners of ghost story contest
The Nancy Carson Library announced the winners of the teen ghost story contest Thursday.
High school winners were: Leeah Geeting, first place; Olivia Pardis, second place; and Hannah Elser, third place. The winners are from Fox Creek High School.
Middle school winners were: Rebekah Seymour, first place; Sophie Ryan, second place; and Anna Grace Parker, third place. The winners are from North Augusta Middle School.
Boxing club donates land
Habitat for Humanity of North Augusta received a gift that will allow it to continue to help others realize their dreams of home ownership.
The North Augusta PAL Boxing Club donated five lots to the nonprofit on Oct. 24 at Donald H. White’s law office on Martintown Road.
The land, on McKenzie Street, was given to the boxing club by the Knox Foundation years ago. After the boxing club moved to Burnettown, its founders, Noah and Jo-Anne Newman, decided to donate the land.
Applicants are sought for the next Habitat for Humanity home. Applica-tions and homeowner eligibility requirements are available at www.hfhna.org.
Volunteers needed for legacy project
High school students are needed for the North Augusta Legacy Project being coordinated by Joey Baldwin.
Joey, a senior at North Augusta High School, is coordinating the project as part of his participation in Furman University’s Emerging Public Leaders program.
Student volunteers will help record oral histories of North Augustans while accompanied by a member of the Heritage Council.
A public viewing of the project will be held in March.
Students interested in volunteering should contact Joey Baldwin at (803) 215-7017 or email@example.com by Nov. 7.