Graham invited to golf championship

  • Thursday, August 28, 2014


Connor Jade Jocelyn Graham, Waccamaw High School senior and founder and president of the FOWLSO (Friends of the Waccamaw Neck Library student organization) will be representing Hemophilia of South Carolina and the State in the 2014 Gettin’ in the Game Junior National Golf championship hosted by CSL Behring.

The dates she is scheduled to attend the event is Oct. 17-19 in Phoenix, Arizona.

She is looking forward to the golf outing. Graham says she is looking forward to balancing her studies, duties as vice president of the National Honor Society, her roles as member of WASA – Waccamaw Association of Space and Aviation, a tubist on WHS Band, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and also senior member of the Waccamaw High School Girls Golf team.

Graham contiues piano and voice lessons weekly with Elsie B. Pollack while practicing weekly golf lessons. She hopes to represent the area well.

Connor has played on the Waccamaw High School girls golf team since seventh grade. She plans to attend college at Coastal Carolina University.


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