FORT MILL — Good morning! If the weekend went by a little faster than usual, it’s because it did. In case you forgot, Day Light Savings Time began at 2 a.m. Sunday. Chances are you remembered to set your clocks one hour forward. If not…better get moving because you’re running late!
If the time change is having a negative effect on you, here are five tips to help you adjust.
Here’s more to help get your new week started:
- Have something to say? The Town of Fort Mill has a meeting at 5:30 p.m. tonight, a little earlier than usual. The meeting will begin with an open forum, question and answer session with Town Council and the administration. The regular meeting agenda that follows includes votes on a sewer expansion project and whether or not to change the zoning on several properties from residential to commercial use. For more, go to fortmillsc.gov.
- Chat with Charlie: Tega Cay’s monthly informal opportunity to meet and talk with City Manager Charlie Funderburk is 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday at Danny’s Pizza.
Community breakfast: Big Brothers Big Sisters of CentralCarolinas (BBBSCC) hosts its first annual Commnity Breakfast at Southern Charm Events in Rock Hill. Political and business leaders have been invited to come together to learn more about how to empower youth in our community to achieve success in life. The event is March 18. To learn more, go to bbbscentralcarolinas.org.
- Mountain Bike Clinic: At the Anne Springs Close Greenway. This is for Level I (novice) riders who want to learn how to get the best experience with their first bike. 12:30 p.m. March 17. Registration necessary. For more information, click here.
- Get your green on: Baxter Village Spring Festival & St. Patrick’s Parade 2-6 p.m. March 16. Rain date is March 17, which is St. Patrick’s Day. Celebrate at your favorite local watering hole. Drink specials, music, corned beef and cabbage and more. Check the Facebook pages and websites of the venue of your choice.