Clarendon Sun Briefs: April 13, 2018

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Manning Masons will host Pancake Supper on May 4

St. Peter's Masonic Lodge, 232 E. Boyce St. in Manning, will host a pancake supper at 5 p.m. Friday, May 4, to raise money for various charities. Tickets are $6 per plate, which include pancakes, sausage, coffee or tea.

Clarendon Pilot Club collecting shoes

Clarendon Pilot Club is asking people to search through their closets and under their beds for unwanted shoes they could donate to the club in an effort to raise awareness about brain-related disorders in Clarendon County.

From now until June 4, shoe donations can be made at Clarendon County Chamber of Commerce at 19 N. Brooks St., Clarendon County Council on Aging at 206 S. Church St. in Manning, Laurence Manning Academy at 1154 Academy Drive, Manning United Methodist Church at 7 E. Rigby St. and the Clarendon County Disabilities and Special Needs Board at 312 Pine St. in Manning.

CCSO sponsors dinner to honor cancer survivors

Clarendon County Sheriff's Office and TA Travel Centers of America in Manning are teaming up to honor cancer survivors from across Clarendon County with a dinner at 6 p.m. Friday, May 4, in the Clarendon County Community Complex in the gymnasium behind Weldon Auditorium.

The event will be free to all cancer survivors and one guest of each. For more information, please contact Deputy First Class Annett Smith at (803) 435-4414 or (803) 460-3976.

Cancer survivors invited to join monthly meetings

All cancer survivors are invited to the monthly meeting of Overcomers, Clarendon County Cancer Survivors' Group, at 6 p.m. Monday, April 30, in The Zone's Classroom 2. The meeting is free and open to all cancer survivors, including men, women and children. April's meeting has been canceled.

Fundraiser for Kwe-Shaura Sinkler will be tonight

Pastor and First Lady Johnson are hosting a fundraiser for Kwe-Shaura Sinkler at 7 p.m. today at Elizabeth Baptist Church, U.S. 301 South of Manning near Ram Bay.

The sponsors for the event are Minister and First Lady Pringle. Many gospel groups and choirs will be on hand. All proceeds will go toward Sinkler's medical bills.