General News
Limestone Theatre Presents Student-Written Play About Redemption

Jorge Donoso as Steve and Danielle Bush as Lita in Searching in the Night.

Limestone College Theatre will present Searching in the Night, an original play about redemption by Limestone sophomore Joey Mayberry, March 25-27 in the Limestone Theatre Center at 130 Leadmine Road.  Curtain time for all performances is 7:30 pm.

Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for seniors over 65 and students with valid identification. Tickets will be available at the door, but reservations made online at will ensure particular seats can be selected. All Limestone students, faculty and staff will be admitted free of charge.

Inspired by a certain power ballad by 80s rock group Journey, Searching in the Night follows two young people leaving their troubled past lives behind in the hopes of starting new.  Mayberry mixes humor, live rock music and pathos to excellent effect.


Limestone College is accepting nominations for the Athletics Hall of Fame from alumni and friends of Saints athletics.

Established in 1996, the Hall of Fame honors individuals whose athletic achievements or services have enriched the Saints athletic programs or brought fame to the College. It recognizes and provides an enduring memorial for those persons who have made lasting and significant contributions to the cause of sports at Limestone College. The Hall of Fame was established in 1996.

Palmetto Trust Honors Limestone for Renovation of Winnie Davis Hall of History

Left to right: Dave Rilling, Vice President for Financial Affairs; Kelly Curtis, Associate Vice President for Development; and Dr. Walt Griffin, President of Limestone.

The Palmetto Trust for Historic Preservation honored Limestone College with a 2010 Honor Award for the college's restoration of Winnie Davis Hall of History. The presentation was made during the organization's 15th annual awards ceremony in early March in Georgetown.

Martin Meek, president of Campbell Meek Architects of Spartanburg who directed the Limestone initiative, was also honored with the Palmetto Trust's Governor's Award for Lifetime Achievement in Preservation. Meek and McDaniel Construction were also presented with a 2010 Honor Award for their work on the Winnie Davis restoration.
Recital at Limestone Represents Homecoming for Gaffney-born Organist

Dr. Michael Grant will perform at Limestone on Tuesday, March 23rd, at 7:30 pm.

Gaffney native Dr. J. Michael Grant, who has delighted many church congregations with his organ performance skills, will return to his hometown for a recital in Limestone College's Fullerton Auditorium Tuesday, March 23rd at 7:30 p.m. Dr. David B. Thompson, Professor of Music at Limestone will join Grant to play several familiar piano/organ duets.

The recital, which is free and open to the public, will include "Prelude and Fugue in G Major" (Mendelssohn), "Prelude and Fugue in C Major" (Bach), "American Folk Hymn Suite" (Burkhardt) and "Three Transcriptions for Piano and Organ" (J. S. Bach).
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