Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt April 19

Bring the kids out to the WSHS football field by 10:00 a.m. on April 19th to participate in the annual giant Easter egg hunt.  This hunt is sponsored by First Baptist Church Wagener and is divided into age groups through age 12.   The children gather eggs in their own age category which creates an equal and safe environment for the younger ones.  This year's event includes a craft and some other activities.  Egg hunt includes 10,000 eggs.  Prizes include a Wii, Leapster, LeapPads2, TV, DVDs and books.  More Info.  #WagenerEggHunt

Governor's Frog Jump in Springfield

The 47th Annual Governor's Frog Jump will be held April 17 - 19, 2014 in the neighboring town of Springfield, SC. Here is the schedule of events:

April 17, Thursday:

7:00 pm - Cow Drop at Frog Jump Arena

April 18, Friday:

5:00 pm - Carnival opens with an Arm Band Night

7:30 pm - DJ Bob Bonnet - Dance Platform

April 19, Saturday

8:00 am - 5th Annual Frog Jump 5K Run

8:00 am - Country Store Opens

9:00 am - Arts and Crafts Opens

11:00 am - Parade (line-up starts at 9am and ends at 10:30am)

12:00 pm - Children's Easter Egg Hunt at the Methodist Church

1:00 pm - Egg Strike Registration at Frog Jump Arena Entrance

1:30 pm - Egg Strike Contest at Frog Jump Arena

2:00 pm - Frog Jump Registration at Frog Jump Arena Entrance

2:30 pm - Frog Jump Contest at Frog Jump Arena

5:00 pm - CWA Pro Wrestling at Frog Jump Arena

Edisto River - Endangered American Rivers

The Edisto River is at risk due to unchecked water withdrawals allowed by South Carolina's current regulations.  This video explains what is happening right now with this endangered river.  We need to take action now to save our river.  Watch the video, then follow the links to petition our lawmakers to protect the Edisto River, America’s longest free-flowing blackwater river.

From  "The Edisto River is America’s longest free-flowing blackwater river. The river is home to gamefish, endangered sturgeon, swallow-tailed kite, and other magnificent fish and wildlife. Families from across the state enjoy the river for fishing, boating, and its renowned scenic beauty. South Carolina’s rivers, when clean and flowing, are worth billions of dollars to the state’s economy.