December 6, 2016

Greenville News, Greenville, SC.
By By Ann Green • CONTRIBUTING WRITER • December 2, 2009 
 

As a foot soldier in the struggle against communication and language disorders, speech language pathologist Martha McDade has quite a few war stories to tell.
These stories, however, end with lives changed for the better and children rescued from the abyss.

So when times get tough, as they are now for service organizations everywhere,...

December 6, 2016

Greenville News, Greenville, SC.  Published:  Friday, May 4, 2007 - 2:00 am

By Eric Connor STAFF WRITER econnor@greenvillenews.com

It might be hard to imagine, but the man with one of the most recognizable voices in modern entertainment suffered from a childhood stuttering problem so severe that he refused to speak.

That would be Darth Vader, known to us in a galaxy not-so-far away as actor James Earl Jones. He's not alone...

December 6, 2016

There's something worth talking about in West Ashley. Trouble is, some of those who know about it are the very ones who are having difficulty speaking u p.

Such as 5-year-old Emma Seymour.

Emma's grandparents come to Charleston from Wisconsin every winter to spend time with their grandchildren and take time away from the harsh weather. When they are in town, they bring Emma to the Scottish Rite Temple on Sam Rittenberg Boulevard...

December 6, 2016

Greenville News, Greenville, SC.  Published:  Wednesday, March 15, 2006 - 6:00 am

By L.C. Leach III TRIBUNE-TIMES WRITER
 

Simpsonville's Julie Vaughan was at her wits' end. Her 2-year-old son, Jordan, had been trying for some time to talk to her and dad Steve, but he couldn't.

Every time he tried to speak, the words would not come, as if they were being held back by an invisible dam.

"And he would get frustrated and lash o...

December 6, 2016

Greenville News, Greenville, SC.  Posted Wednesday, November 9, 2005 - 10:58 am

By Betty Solomon
CONTRIBUTING WRITER
 

"Speech pathology can do so much for young children -- it can literally give them a head start," said Martha McDade, director of the South Carolina Scottish Rite Centers for Childhood Language Disorders.

McDade directs the state's three centers: the oldest center begun in Columbia 18 years ago, Greenville's Joh...

December 6, 2016

By Jie Jenny Zou

jzou@heraldonline.com

May 18, 2014 ~ Reprinted from heraldonline.com.
 

4th annual Massing of the Colors at Rock Hill High
Sponsored by The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction of America, and Rock Hill High School's JROTC, the ceremony honored the American flag and veterans. 
TRACY KIMBALL — Special to The Herald

 

The stage of the auditorium at Rock Hill High School was decked...

December 6, 2016

Clarendon County and Manning native W.R. Cody Simpson III received his 32nd-degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of the Supreme Council of the Southern Jurisdiction of the USA by the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Orient of South Carolina. He received the recognition Wednesday when he was knighted by the Knights of Saint Andrews at the Fall Reunion at the Valley of Columbia Scottish Rite Center. As part of the...

December 1, 2016

Martha McDade and Mike Smith with YOUR CAROLINA hosts Jack Roper and Megan Kelly. The Scottish Rite Foundation of South Carolina was selected by CBS affiliate, WSPA - TV 7 as the July Caring for the Carolinas Charitable Organization and receive a spot on the morning local interest show. 

We also receive a public service spot to promote our next charitable even our August 2nd Rite Care Charity Golf Tournament to be held at Villa...

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