Henderson does weather presentation for JEMS 6th graders


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Courtesy photo News Channel Seven Chief Meteorologist Christy Henderson visited Jonesville’s sixth grade students on Monday, Oct. 5 to do a weather presentation. She talked with the students about current weather conditions, as well as storm situations. She also shared the steps she took in her career path to become a meteorologist, and explained the steps the interested students could take to follow in her footsteps. Ms. Hughey’s students have been studying weather since the beginning of September. The last two weeks have been a very busy time for them due to the dangerous weather conditions, but they have been able to apply what they have learned and track hurricane Joaquin. Henderson also discussed past hurricanes like Hugo and Katrina, when the students were discussing the damage from Joaquin.


Tuesday, Oct. 20

• Woodmen of the World meets at 6 p.m. at Woodmen Park.

• Union City Council holds it regular council meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Meeting Room of the City of Union Municipal Building.

On the agenda are monthly reports from the following municipal departments:

• Personnel Department

• Municipal Clerk

• Public Service Director

• Public Safety Department

• Planning Department

• Maintenance Shop

• Utility Department

• Finance Department

The agenda also includes the presentation of a Retirernent Award to Sandra Wade.

Business items on the agenda include:

A. Motion — Take From Table — Vibrancy Committee Proposal Item 2-B on workshop agenda.

B. Ordinance — 1st Reading — Annexation Petition for 103 Medical Sciences Drive

C. Discussion/Motion — Main Street Vibrancy Commitee Proposal

D. Discussion/Motion — Main Street JUNCTION

E. Discussion/Motion — WBCU ‘Truck Full Of Toys” Campaign

F. Discussion — Property Tax Reassessment & FY 2015-2016 Tax Millage Rate

G. Discussion — City Hall, Sharpe Avenue and Parking Modifications

All also on the agenda are announcements by the mayor and council.

The agenda also includes a public comments section with those looking to address the mayor and council to do so from the lectern, stating their name and address for the record. (Comments are limited to 3-5 minutes).

Clary Woodsby — Oak Tree-Hancock Street — is schedule to address council about a safety concern.

Thursday, Oct. 22

• The Jonesville Town Festival Committee meets at 6 p.m. at the Rocky Creek Water Office, located on Pacolet Street.

If interested in being a part of the 2016 committee, feel free to join us.

For additional information contact Randy Spencer 426-2219 or Betsy Thompson 674-6799.

Saturday, Oct. 24

• The Old Buffalo Grammar/Elementary School Reunion will be held from 2-6 p.m. at the Buffalo Community Center — formerly the cafeteria of the old Buffalo School — located at 1505 Main Street, Buffalo.

The reunion is for those who attended or worked at the school, as well as the children of teachers in the decades between 1925 and 1985. Registration tables for each decade will be set up with photos and memorabilia on display. Everyone is encouraged to bring labeled items for display. Cookies and punch will be served.

Monday, Oct. 26

• The Union County Senior Citizens is planning for a New Year’s trip to Myrtle Beach.

Seniors interest in going please call 427-0936 or 487-0275 or 674-5070. Dates for the trip are Dec. 30, Dec. 31, and Jan. 1. Must be paid in full by Oct. 26.

• Delta Kappa Gamma meets at 4 p.m. at Jonesville Elementary School. All members are urged to attend. We will be painting canvas bags ($10) and/or holiday door hangers ($20) complete with a large bow.

• The Union County Democratic Party meets at 5:45 p.m., 201 Porter Street. The meeting is open to the public.

Saturday, Nov. 28

• The Union High School Class of 1985 holds their 30th reunion at 6 p.m. at Veterans Park. For more information please contact Howard Giles at 864-466-2090.

Courtesy photo
News Channel Seven Chief Meteorologist Christy Henderson visited Jonesville’s sixth grade students on Monday, Oct. 5 to do a weather presentation. She talked with the students about current weather conditions, as well as storm situations. She also shared the steps she took in her career path to become a meteorologist, and explained the steps the interested students could take to follow in her footsteps. Ms. Hughey’s students have been studying weather since the beginning of September. The last two weeks have been a very busy time for them due to the dangerous weather conditions, but they have been able to apply what they have learned and track hurricane Joaquin. Henderson also discussed past hurricanes like Hugo and Katrina, when the students were discussing the damage from Joaquin.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSC_0945.jpgCourtesy photo
News Channel Seven Chief Meteorologist Christy Henderson visited Jonesville’s sixth grade students on Monday, Oct. 5 to do a weather presentation. She talked with the students about current weather conditions, as well as storm situations. She also shared the steps she took in her career path to become a meteorologist, and explained the steps the interested students could take to follow in her footsteps. Ms. Hughey’s students have been studying weather since the beginning of September. The last two weeks have been a very busy time for them due to the dangerous weather conditions, but they have been able to apply what they have learned and track hurricane Joaquin. Henderson also discussed past hurricanes like Hugo and Katrina, when the students were discussing the damage from Joaquin.
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