Anderson One spokesperson Jane Harrison, in reference to the schools winning the Palmetto Gold and Silver awards.
“Mike (Boom) has been an important asset to Troop 95 in a number of ways.”
Committee Chairman Don White, talking about Mike Boom winning the Scoutmaster of the Year Award.
“Our kids believe in it, and they’ve worked as hard as we can ask them to work. They’ve put in the time and effort, and they’re deserving.”
Wren High track Coach Robert Mustar.
“We have a ways to go before we can feel confident that unemployment is on a path to sustained recovery.”
S.C. Employment Security Commission Interim Director Samuel R. Foster.
“It’s a really fast-paced farce, and it’s got all kinds of laughs, so it’s definitely going to be an evening of enjoyment.”
Wren High School play Director Sybelle Franklin, talking about the school’s upcoming production of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.”
“Originally the students who are participating in it never heard of it either. But what kind of teacher would I be if I didn’t expose students to something that was new to them?”
“The Anderson One teachers, students and parents are to be commended for their hard work and commitment to education. In the midst of budget cuts and challenges associated with that, it is inspirational to see everyone working beyond their potential and results are high student achievement. Test scores for Anderson One continue to remain among the highest in the state.”
Anderson One Superintendent Wayne Fowler.
“This demand that they’ve now introduced, the Palestinians, to stop all construction, Jewish construction in Jewish neighbourhoods in Jerusalem, is totally, totally a non-starter because what it does is prevent peace.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as quoted in US ABC News.
“This is the first thing they absolutely live and breathe for. They count down the days until Monday. So I gotta keep dancing for them. I have to.”
Kate Gosselin, about her performance with Dancing with the Stars, in a quote on Examiner.com.