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Now viewing 1 through 4 of 28 total winner entries.. Muscle Car MoneyTM was Cathy Mantooth’s key to winning a stack of cash! The lucky Lexington resident visited her hometown Rainbow Gas Garden #7 to purchase her ticket. She scratched to win $100, 000! Mack Roberts, of North Charleston, hit it big on Palmetto Cash 5! The $837 winning ticket was purchased at Fuel Express in North Charleston. Hartsville was the lucky town of resident Dennis Seiler, as well as The Stop Light where he purchased his winning Pick 3 ticket! Seiler won $540! Linda Wilson won big on Palmetto Cash 5! Her numbers matched to win $2, 400. The ticket was sold at Youngs Food Stores #664 in Sumter, her hometown!
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How Public Universities Can Promote Access and Success for All Students  — Center For American Progress
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What is the education required to become a CPA in South Carolina?

To sit for the CPA exam as a first-time four-part candidate in South Carolina, follow these steps: You will need:

  1. 120 hours of college credit from a college or university approved by the State Board, and
  2. At least 24 hours* of accounting covering financial accounting, managerial accounting, auditing and taxation, and
  3. At least 24 hours* in other business courses which may include macro- and micro-economics, finance, business law, computer science, management, marketing and accounting courses not counted in #2 above.
*Hours must be applicable to a Bachelor's, Master's or Doctorate degree.

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What was education like in the colony of South Carolina?

Education in all the Southern colonies during that time was normally for the wealthy. Girls were taught basics, and boys were taught other things like Latin or math.


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