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3412 Hinbet Drive, West Columbia, SC 29169   Leave a comment

3412 Hinbet Drive, West Columbia, SC 29169

Property Details

Price: $542,900
MLS #: 384199
County: Lexington
Property Type: Residential, Single Family Home
Beds: 5 Baths: 3 Half Baths: 1
Lot Size: .54
Square Feet: 4,048
Best or Possible Use: Residential

Description:

Put this one at the top of your list. Owner is willing to look at all reasonable offers. Must sell. All brick beauty and all custom built. Some many upgrades to list like Hardwood, tile, granite and a wonderful flowing floorplan with huge rooms to grow your family. This is a must see,

Features:

  • All Brick
  • Huge Home
  • Master Suite
  • Heavy Mouldings
  • Trey Ceilings
  • Granite
  • Hardwoods
  • Upgrades
  • 3 Car Garage
  • Great Location

Poultry Festival for the Lexington County   Leave a comment

members of the Leesville Merchants Association flocked together to hatch the concept of a town festival. It was Sara Shealy, famous throughout the region for eggs-traordinary fried chicken served in her Batesburg-Leesville restaurant, who courageously proposed the

development of a Poultry Festival for the Lexington County community. After

much clucking and crowing, the head rooster called for a vote and the Poultry

Festival was hatched.

What better theme to spotlight the largest agri-business in South Carolina –

a $1 BILLION industry that employs thousands in production, processing,

marketing of eggs, broilers, turkeys, pigeons, quail and spring chickens!

Lexington County; home of Columbia Farms, Saluda County, headquarters

of Amick Farms and Gentry’s Poultry Company, and Aiken County are

among the state’s top broiler producers.

The first festival, staged in 1987 called the Ridge Poultry Festival, attracted over

20,000 visitors to the Twin Cities. In 1989, the event, experiencing growing pains changed its name to the South Carolina Poultry Festival to mirror the stampede of Palmetto State citizens who streamed into the town to partake of food, fun, music, crafts, and fireworks. Festival goers have clucked together through the ensuring eggs-travaganza and have packed the weekend population of Batesburg-Leesville to 100,000 plus!!!

This is a great weekend to bring the kids out and enjoy…more info here 

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Posted April 25, 2015 by Chip Jefferson in Uncategorized

I’ve posted a new listing!   Leave a comment

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Posted March 11, 2015 by Chip Jefferson in Uncategorized

2014 Lexington Corn Maze location   Leave a comment

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2014 corn maze is Down on The Farm
September 19th – November 16th

Hours:
Friday 6 PM – 11 PM
Saturday 10 AM – 11 PM
Sunday 2 PM – 7 PM
Columbus Day – 10 AM – 7 PM Oct. 14th only!!
Flashlight Nights: Flashlight Nights Friday and Saturday. BRING YOUR OWN FLASHLIGHT and explore the maze in the dark.
Tickets are $10.00 per person, groups of 20 or more, see below
2 and under Free!
Last Ticket Sold: One hour before closing.

NOTE: The Corn Maze is not wheelchair accessible.

This Year’s Corn Maze Theme
Down on The Farm!!

We extend a special welcome to you, as you make this part of your fall family tradition.

As you navigate our 8 acre corn maze you will find clues, pictures, and games. Maize-o-Vision secret decoders help you navigate the multi-acre puzzle. Can you find your way out? Maize Quest is a great way for families, scouts, schools, youth groups, and corporate parties to enjoy victory together!

Bring your family for a weekend to remember

We offer Birthday Parties and Evening campfires, and Overnight Camping for groups.

Hayrides just $2 per person!
New for 2014 Cow Barrel Train $2.00 per person and Pedal Karts $2.00 per person.

After ‘Getting Lost’ in the Corn Maze, visit theKiddie Corn Maze, Tire Maze, Tricyle Raceway, Cornsnake, Rubber Duck Races, Sand Pile, “Spookley & His Friends Storybook Maze”, South Carolina’s Original Marshmallow Maze, John Deere combine slide, pumpkin bowling, giant forty foot slide, wooden playground area and much, much more.

Then visit the Gift Shop and the Snack Shoppe to complete your adventure. Maize Quest is located at The Clinton Sease Farm, and is presented by your friends at The Farmer’s Shed. We are located at 404 Olde Farm Rd, Lexington, SC 29072.

Groups of 20 or more: Contact us for Special Scheduling and Discounts

– Pre-register at info@clintonseasefarm.com by sending the following:
name of group
contact person & phone number
date and time of visit & a rain date
number of people in your group
– Collect all funds and make a single payment
– Ticket price for qualifying groups is $9.00 per person

http://www.clintonseasefarm.com/

 

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56th Lexington County Peach Festival   Leave a comment

The 56th Festival: Things to Know

The 56th Lexington County Peach Festival will be held July 4, 2014 in Gilbert, SC. The festival takes place in the Gilbert Community Park located on Rikard Circle behind Gilbert United Methodist Church and between Gilbert Primary and Gilbert Middle Schools.

 

 

  • Frequently Asked Questions: View these FAQs to learn more about the festival.

  • Festival Map: Use this Google Map to help find your way around Gilbert.

 

 

Festival Overview

 

For 56 years, the Town of Gilbert has hosted the Lexington County Peach Festival, and it is recognized as one of the most successful and prestigious events of its kind in the southeast United States. Summer after summer in the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s, the community was alive with the harvesting, packing, and shipping of peaches. Today, while we find only a few peach farms still in operation, the peach remains (in our minds) the “Queen of all Fruits” and worthy of “honor” in our small town.

 

The Lexington County Peach Festival is held every year on July 4th (or July 3rd if the 4th is on a Sunday) in Gilbert, SC at the Gilbert Community Park. Festivities kick off every year with the parade at 9:30 am and stretch into the night until 10:00 pm when we bring the day to a close with a dazzling display of fireworks. We hope you plan to spend July 4th with us in Gilbert as you enjoy the live entertainment, parade, over 100 Art & Craft Exhibits, an antique car show, a Revolutionary War Re-enactment, a tractor show, children’s rides, and numerous food items specializing in “Peachy” delights!  A student Peachy Art Contest held in May at the various schools and the various divisions of the Peach Pageants scheduled for June 28 are events also held in conjunction with the Peach Festival.

Posted July 3, 2014 by Chip Jefferson in Uncategorized

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Short Term Thinking Keeps You from Seeing Clearly   Leave a comment

Short Term Thinking Keeps You from Seeing Clearly

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“His followers discussed the meaning of this, saying, ‘He said this because we have no bread.’ Knowing what they were talking about, Jesus asked them, ‘Why are you talking about not having bread? Do you still not see or understand? Are your minds closed?’” (Mark 8:16-17 NCV)

You’re going to miss what God is doing in your life if you remain focused on the here-and-now and not what God wants to do in your life long term. When you’re thinking about comfort rather than character, when you’re thinking about your happiness and not your holiness, when you’re thinking about enjoying now instead of preparing for eternity, you’re caught up in short-term thinking, and it will keep you from seeing life clearly.

This is what happened with the disciples. Jesus was trying to teach them a lesson about pride by using yeast as a metaphor. The Bible says in Mark 8:16-17, “His followers discussed the meaning of this, saying, ‘He said this because we have no bread.’ Knowing what they were talking about, Jesus asked them, ‘Why are you talking about not having bread? Do you still not see or understand? Are your minds closed?’” (NCV)

Jesus was trying to teach the disciples a lesson about life, and they thought he was talking about lunch! He was talking about the need for maturity, and they were talking about their next meal. That’s short-term thinking.

Short-term thinking keeps us from seeing how God is working in our lives. It’s one of the great weaknesses of American culture. It’s hard to think long-term today because everything in our society teaches you to do the opposite. We rob the future to enjoy today. We’re setting up years and years of unpayable debt to future generations so we can do what we want now.

Whenever you’re thinking short-term, you can’t see what God’s doing in your life. You can’t see his long-range plans for your character when you’re just thinking about your own comfort.

Talk It Over

 

  • What are the small ways you can keep a long-term, eternal mindset throughout your day?
  • What would long-term thinking look like in your family? Your career? Your spiritual walk?
  • Where do you see God working in your life?

Posted July 1, 2014 by Chip Jefferson in Uncategorized