Victoria Morton (from left), of Charleston, SC, waits outside while Staff Sergent Chris Marsh and Arthur Hopkins, carry a bin, weighing over 100 pounds, full of donated food into Morton's home Thursday afternoon. The bin consisted of bread, a ham and turkey, canned foods, and preperation products such as sugar and flour. The Marine Contingent at the NROTC of Citadel College collected over 8200 cans and 30 frozen turkeys that were donated to the Low Country Food Bank and Crisis Ministries. Five bins consisting of everything needed for a complete Thanksgiving meal were delivered to five area families.
Jason Dickerson (from left), and Marcus Ashby, of the Marine Contingent of the Naval ROTC at Citadel College dump donated can food into a box that will be sent to the Low Country Food Bank Thursday afternoon at Jenkins Hall at Citadel College.
Ron Williams (left back), Steve Smalls (left forward), and Cal Morrison (right), celebrate after Morrison putted for the teams first birdie Friday afternoon at the Charleston Municipal Golf Course. "We like to make sure we help the scholarship fund," said Williams, an alumni of South Carolina State University and member of the Charleston Chapter of the SCSU National Alumni Association. The Chapter held a tournament to raise money toward a scholarship fund they have granted every year since the mid-70's.
This was my first time using a 500mm lens, and though it is very tight (this is full frame) making it a little difficult to get everything in the frame, it is worth it when you do get a shot because it cleans the background up so well.
O.J. Mayo (left), of University of Southern California, and Austin Dahn, of Citadel College, fight for control of the ball in the second half Thursday night at Citadel. The USC Trojans defeated the Citadel Bulldogs 74-47.