Jul 20 2014

PAC Archery Team Interest Meeting

Archery photo

Monday, August 18th, 2014 @ 7:00 PM

Lexington County Main Library

5440 Augusta Road, Lexington, SC 29072

CONTACT INFORMATION 

Teresa Deliz • (803) 807-8740 • atdeliz@sc.rr.com

The PAC Archery Team will be affiliated with the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). The NASP began as a pilot program in Kentucky in 2002 with the mission of promoting the teaching of target archery as a part of the in-school curriculum to improve educational performance of students and encourage their participation in the shooting sports. NASP is a joint venture between state departments of Education and Wildlife, and in SC is administered by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Coaches are fully trained by DNR.

For additional information about NASP, please visit:

http://naspschools.org    or    http://www.dnr.sc.gov/education/archery 

The following statement is required by the Lexington County Library: 

“This meeting is open to the public and is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Lexington County Public Library. Views expressed are those of the program sponsors and do not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of the library.” 

Jul 16 2014

PAC Soccer Summer Information and Practice Session

Providence Athletic Club is having an information session and practice for those interested in learning more about PAC JV and Varsity Boys and Girls Soccer program.

 

Who should attend:  Boys and Girls 6th-12th grade interested in developing their soccer skills and playing competitive soccer; all returning players should attend if available.

When: August 2nd and 9th 2014

Time: 10:00-11:30

Where: Liverpool Club soccer complex/Lexington County Soccer complex, Duffie Drive, Lexington 29072.  We will be meeting on field 9, park in the upper small lot near the water tower.

Agenda:  There will be an introduction to PAC soccer and question/answer time for the parents.  All kids should come with cleats, a ball, and water ready to run, do drills, and play some soccer.

Contact Jennifer Aurednik at pacpanthers@windstream.net or 803-269-6020 for more information

 

Jul 09 2014

Cross Country Begins Next Week!

An organizational meeting will be held at 6pm on Thursday, July 17, 2014, at the River Birch Shelter at Saluda Shoals Park.  Bring your running shoes for a short run after the meeting. Regular season practices will begin on Monday, July 21, 2014, at Saluda Shoals Park.

Parents, I encourage you to think about how you might get involved with our team this year.  Even if it’s just running or walking with us, you will enjoy the season more by supporting your XC team.  See you there! Gotta run….

Jul 07 2014

Are you interested in joining PAC Yearbook Staff??

There will be a brief Yearbook Staff meeting for current and new staffers at the

Yearbook pickup on Monday, July 7th from 5:00-6:00 p.m. We are currently adding

editors, writers, journalists, photographers, graphic designers, advertising,

public relations and layout specialists and personnel for the 2015 Yearbook.

Please be in attendance if you would like to join our staff and ‘learn the

ropes’ to putting together an exciting memory in printed form.

 

These are some of the events will will cover this year: cross country, soccer,

band, football, basketball, volleyball, tennis, softball, baseball, golf, etc.

 

Are you a writer? Do you enjoy taking photographs? Is layout and design your

forte? Do you want to have more credentials for your college or work resume?

Working on the Yearbook as a staff member is a great way to increase your skill

level and proficiency, boost your confidence level and let the world see your

creative vision! We need you! Join us as we launch the 2015 Yearbook!

 

We will meet at the Chick-fil-a restaurant 4295 Sunset Blvd, Lexington. We’re

friendly folk so come on up and talk to us (see advisor Michael Reed).

Directions below. See you there.

 

>                                Yearbook Staff Meeting

>                                                        Monday, July 7th

>> 5:00 – 6:00

>> Chick-Fil-A at Saluda Pointe

>> 4295 Sunset Boulevard, Lexington

 

>> This is your opportunity to serve on the staff of the 2015 yearbook

 

Directions:

>

> 4295 Sunset Blvd

>

 

Jul 07 2014

PAC Day at Chick-fil-A Today June 7th!!!

PAC Day at Chick-fil-A
 
Monday, July 7th
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saluda Pointe – 4295 Sunset Boulevard, Lexington 
 
  
Enjoy a great meal and fellowship
An opportunity to help the yearbook 
A percentage of total sales comes back to PAC
Yearbook Pickup
For those who were unable to come to Distribution Day
Yearbook Signing
If you already have your yearbook, bring it with you. 
 
 
 
FINAL OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE 2014 YEARBOOK IS JULY 17TH
 
 
Any questions, contact Susan at srliva@juno.com or 920-9121
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Jun 23 2014

PAC Yearbooks Distribution and Signing June 24th

2014 YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION AND SIGNING

 

Tuesday, June 24th

Irmo Library (Meeting Room)

6251 St. Andrews Road

 

1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

 

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If you would like to purchase a yearbook,

please contact Susan at srliva@juno.com or 920-9121

prior to coming on Tuesday.

 

Limited quantity available to sell

 

 

 

May 20 2014

Cross Country 2014

PAC Cross Country 2014!

If you are homeschooled student in grades 6-12, you may be eligible to run cross country with us.  (Please see the eligibility requirements on the website.)

An organizational meeting will be held Thursday, July 17, 2014.  The location will be released shortly.  Regular season practices will begin on Monday, July 21, 2014.  Meets will begin in late August, and wrap up the first week of November.

If you have any questions, please email Michelle Fryer at m.fryer.pac@gmail.com.

May 17 2014

PAC Picnic May 20th

The PAC All-Sport Picnic is this Tuesday, May 20th at Pine Island (150 Pine Island Rd, Columbia SC 29212)

When you arrive tell them you are with PAC, we have the large shelter nearest the beach area and shelter 8 next to it.

You may come as early as 2:30 to enjoy the island, we will be eating at 6:00, having senior recognition at 6:30 (this will not take long), and cleaning up at 8:00-8:30.

Please remember to bring a 2 Liter drink and a side dish or dessert to share.  We have 246 people signed up to attend at present, if you have not signed up yet please go to the following link so we will be sure to have enough burgers and hotdogs, http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090A4AAAAB2AA75-pacpicnic .

Please remember to dress modestly  if planning to wear swimsuits, no bikinis please.

This will be a great day to meet and fellowship with all the PAC families!

May 16 2014

PAC Girls Volley Ball Informational Meeting

PAC Girls Volleyball 
 
There will be an information meeting and practice Tuesday, May 20th and Thursday, May 22nd from 2:30 – 4:30 at Lexington Baptist Church Family Life Center. Please attend one of the information meetings that is the most convenient for you.  Girls will practice during these times. Please bring a volleyball.  Feel free to share this in the homeschool community and with anyone you think might be interested.  For more information contact Lia Maltry by email lia.maltry@gmail.com
 

May 11 2014

Panther Baseball Captures Third Place at NACA Tournament

Providence (V) 14                            Providence Eagles 3

The Providence Panthers closed out their year in style by defeating the Providence Eagles (Johnson City, Tennessee) 14-3 to win third place at the NACA tournament in Dayton, Tennessee. Batting as the visiting team for the first time the whole tournament, the Panthers roared out of their den in the top of the first inning to score ten runs and essentially ending the game almost as soon as it had started. Anderson Blevins and Caleb Wilson walked to begin the game. Clay Dickinson singled with one out driving in the first run of the game. James Reed followed that with a single to score another run. With two outs and runners at first and second, Pat Brunson lifted a fly ball to the left fielder; who should have made an easy catch to end the inning; however, the ball glanced harmlessly off of his glove and James Reed scored on the play and the inning continued. Jacob Cain was the next batter and hit a double to score Jake Brunson. Anderson, batting for the second time in the inning, reached on an error which also allowed Jake to score. Caleb Wilson followed with a single scoring Anderson. Alex Blevins doubled in Caleb and Clay knocked his second hit of the inning to left field scoring Alex and bringing the scoring binge to an end. After the top of the first inning, the score was 10-0 Panthers and most of the uncertainty about the outcome of the game had vanished before the Eagles even had a chance to bat. The Providence Eagles scored three runs in the bottom of the third inning, helped along by some uncharacteristic errors by the Panthers in the field; but the Panthers put the game away, once and for all, in the top of the fifth inning by scoring another four runs. The big blow was a two run double by James Reed. For the game, the Panthers had twelve hits. Clay Dickinson and James Reed both had three hits, with both slamming a double. Anderson, Caleb Wilson, Alex Blevins, Jake Brunson, Jacob Cain and Daniel Barfield collected the other hits. Alex and Jacob Cain’s hits were doubles. Caleb, Alex, Clay and Jacob all had two RBI’s and James Reed had three. JC Ellis was the winning pitcher, pitching all five innings. He gave up three runs (all unearned) on four hits. He walked one and struck out one. This victory gave the Panthers the third place trophy but even more gratifying was that the Panthers competitors voted the Sportsmanship trophy to our team. The Panthers played solid defense for the whole tournament but just could not score runs in some of the games against quality pitching. Alex Blevins, Jake Brunson and Caleb Wilson were named to the all-tournament team. The Panthers varsity team finished their season at 18-7.

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