Send a Message
to Marty Clayton Banfield

Comments

9

Joined

Sep 23, 2007

Marty Clayton Banfield's Favorites

Marty Clayton Banfield Profile

Forums Owned

Recent Posts

Bamberg, SC

Midterm Election Results - Bamberg, SC

Nov.7, 2010: A minimum of seventeen state legislative houses have flipped from Democrat to the Republican Party!!! The Republican Party has picked up more seats in the House of Representatives than at any time since 1948 - that is more than sixty seats.... I believe that Glen Beck's TV Show has helped enable this to happen, along with a strong and growing grass roots Tea Party Movement. People are going to have to get involved if this massive spending in Washington is going to be curbed. Marty Clayton Banfield Bamberg SC  (Nov 7, 2010 | post #2)

Ehrhardt, SC

Who do you support for Governor in South Carolina in 2010?

She was raised in Bamberg, SC, and I live in Bamberg!  (Oct 12, 2010 | post #3)

Ehrhardt, SC

Ehrhardt SC-Small Town, High Tech Uniting Families Online

Almost everyone who has a computer knows what Facebook is, or has a Facebook page on the world wide web. Facebook is a way of bringing busy people together online, who might otherwise never be able to visit and/or see each other at all. The world wide web has made this possible through the many forms called "social media", Facebook being one of them. Two innovative former Ehrhardt, SC ladies have found a way to unite young and old alike online. Susan Kearse Clayton and Martha Clayton Banfield, both originally from the small town of Ehrhardt, SC, began the "Fans of Ehrhardt SC" Facebook page for their small hometown. Members look forward to competing online in the "Ehrhardt Trivia", Antique Challenge, and History Challenge. Susan and Marty have found that the "Fans of Ehrhardt, SC" group has begun a remarkable thing-uniting family and friends online. For instance, a man from Bamberg, SC goes to his elderly father's house every evening, just to read the "Ehrhardt Trivia Question" to his father. His father waits on the son, and they do this together. He reported that his father gets almost every trivia question right, since he knows alot of the history of the town. Another young boy borrows his "uncle's " computer and plays Ehrhardt Trivia, and this brings old and young together, and also teaches the younger some of their hometown history. "Fans of Ehrhardt" Facebook members live as far away as Germany, California, Washington State, Pennsylvania, and all over the USA. Grand Prizes of $100 (1st place)$75.00 (2nd Place) and $50.00 (3rd Place) were recently given out to the top Trivia winners at the annual Ehrhardt SC Schuetzenfest Festival. Susan Kearse Clayton, group hostess, is the daughter of Sadie R. Kearse and Ben Kearse, is a Georgia Southern University graduate with an extensive graphics background in publishing. She owns and operates Kearse Media Solutions (kearsemedia.net ), creating and designing web sites, brochures, booklets, and other promotional materials. Marty Clayton Banfield, publisher of the Lowcountry Light Online Magazine, of Bamberg, SC, is the group founder/hostess, and together she and Susan have found a way to make the history of their small hometown come alive on the world wide net. http://www.ehrhard tsc.com http://www.lowcoun trylight.com Search for "Fans of Ehrhardt SC" Facebook Group  (Sep 7, 2010 | post #1)

Bamberg, SC

Gay Marriage - Bamberg, SC

To me, the Bible is the final authority on this, and it says that homosexuality is an abomination, and a GRIEVOUS sin. The Bible also says that in the last days it would again be as in the Days of Noah, with rampant sin. This is a sign of the times we are in, the last days.  (Sep 7, 2010 | post #3)

South Carolina

Ehrhardt SC-Small Town, High Tech Uniting Families Online

Almost everyone who has a computer knows what Facebook is, or has a Facebook page on the world wide web. Facebook is a way of bringing busy people together online, who might otherwise never be able to visit and/or see each other at all. The world wide web has made this possible through the many forms called "social media", Facebook being one of them. Two innovative former Ehrhardt, SC ladies have found a way to unite young and old alike online. Susan Kearse Clayton and Martha Clayton Banfield, both originally from the small town of Ehrhardt, SC, began the "Fans of Ehrhardt SC" Facebook page for their small hometown. Members look forward to competing online in the "Ehrhardt Trivia", Antique Challenge, and History Challenge. Susan and Marty have found that the "Fans of Ehrhardt, SC" group has begun a remarkable thing-uniting family and friends online. For instance, a man from Bamberg, SC goes to his elderly father's house every evening, just to read the "Ehrhardt Trivia Question" to his father. His father waits on the son, and they do this together. He reported that his father gets almost every trivia question right, since he knows alot of the history of the town. Another young boy borrows his "uncle's " computer and plays Ehrhardt Trivia, and this brings old and young together, and also teaches the younger some of their hometown history. Grand Prizes of $100 (1st place)$75.00 (2nd Place) and $50.00 (3rd Place) were recently given out to the top Trivia winners at the annual Ehrhardt SC Schuetzenfest Festival. Susan Kearse Clayton, group hostess,daughter of Sadie Rae and Ben Kearse of Ehrhardt , is a Georgia Southern University graduate with an extensive graphics background in publishing. She owns and operates Kearse Media Solutions (kearsemedia.net ), creating and designing web sites, brochures, booklets, and other promotional materials. Marty Clayton Banfield, publisher of the Lowcountry Light Magazine, of Bamberg, SC, is the group founder/hostess, and together she and Susan have found a way to make the history of their small hometown come alive on the world wide net. http://www.ehrhard tsc.com http://www.lowcoun trylight.com Search for "Fans of Ehrhardt SC" Facebook Group  (Sep 7, 2010 | post #1)

Bamberg, SC

Ehrhardt SC-Small Town, High Tech Uniting Families Online

Almost everyone who has a computer knows what Facebook is, or has a Facebook page on the world wide web. Facebook is a way of bringing busy people together online, who might otherwise never be able to visit and/or see each other at all. The world wide web has made this possible through the many forms called "social media", Facebook being one of them. Two innovative former Ehrhardt, SC ladies have found a way to unite young and old alike online. Susan Kearse Clayton and Martha Clayton Banfield, both originally from the small town of Ehrhardt, SC, began the "Fans of Ehrhardt SC" Facebook page for their small hometown. Members look forward to competing online in the "Ehrhardt Trivia", Antique Challenge, and History Challenge. Susan and Marty have found that the "Fans of Ehrhardt, SC" group has begun a remarkable thing-uniting family and friends online. For instance, a man from Bamberg, SC goes to his elderly father's house every evening, just to read the "Ehrhardt Trivia Question" to his father. His father waits on the son, and they do this together. He reported that his father gets almost every trivia question right, since he knows alot of the history of the town. Another young boy borrows his "uncle's " computer and plays Ehrhardt Trivia, and this brings old and young together, and also teaches the younger some of their hometown history. Grand Prizes of $100 (1st place) $75.00 (2nd Place) and $50.00 (3rd Place) were recently given out to the top Trivia winners at the annual Ehrhardt SC Schuetzenfest Festival. Susan Kearse Clayton, group hostess, is the daughter of Sadie R. Kearse and Ben Kearse, is a Georgia Southern University graduate with an extensive graphics background in publishing. She owns and operates Kearse Media Solutions (kearsemedia.net), creating and designing web sites, brochures, booklets, and other promotional materials. Marty Clayton Banfield, publisher of the Lowcountry Light Magazine, of Bamberg, SC, is the group founder/hostess, and together she and Susan have found a way to make the history of their small hometown come alive on the world wide net. http://www.ehrhard tsc.com http://www.lowcoun trylight.com Search for "Fans of Ehrhardt SC" Facebook Group  (Sep 7, 2010 | post #1)

South Carolina

The Light Of The Lowcountry Magazine is now an ONLINE mag...

We just announced to all in this forum, that the first issue of our new Christian magazine was available, and now we are on the net with a new magazine each month. Anyone will be able to read our magazine for free online now, since our advertisers are paying for this. So, come on over and check us out, and sign up for our free forums and chatrooms. All offered to you for free. The Magazine is for the whole state of SC, and not just the SC Lowcountry, although our name says Lowcountry. We are just shining our "little light" from the SC Lowcountry to all over the US and other countries. So, come and join us! We are also looking for contributing Christian writers of poetry, inspirational aricles, and insights. http://www.theligh tofthelowcountry.c om Marty Clayton Banfield email: [email protected] .net  (Oct 19, 2007 | post #1)

Bamberg, SC

New SC Magazinze is published from Bamberg, Sc

Well, this is a newsworthy item, folks. A brand new magazine, called THE LIGHT OF THE LOWCOUNTRY is now being published by folks from good old Bamberg, SC. It has lots of local folks from the lowcountry area in it, dignitareis to common folks, but the magazine is also for the whole state of SC, and focuses on Patriotic and State Pride. Check it out on the web at www.thelightofthel owcountry.com It is also out in many retail outlets around Bamberg, such as Radio Shack, Sanders Supply, Mark's Music, and the Bookworm in Barnwell.  (Sep 23, 2007 | post #1)