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The Boykins and Belgers are once again exhibiting their generosity by allowing the Boykin Spring Fling Timed and Untimed Trail Ride to take place at Millway, the Boykin family home. Wayne Belger and his crew have not only created accessible culverts for the ride, but have also bulldozed a road to connect with a major path. Roger Bruce has been diligently assisting him.“We are most grateful and appreciative of all the work and expense that is involved in putting this ride together,” organizers said.The Boykin Spring ...
The Boykins and Belgers are once again exhibiting their generosity by allowing the Boykin Spring Fling Timed and Untimed Trail Ride to take place at Millway, the Boykin family home. Wayne Belger and his crew have not only created accessible culverts for the ride, but have also bulldozed a road to connect with a major path. Roger Bruce has been diligently assisting him.
“We are most grateful and appreciative of all the work and expense that is involved in putting this ride together,” organizers said.
The Boykin Spring Fling will take place this Sunday, March 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. During the Time Trail Ride, from 9 to 11 a.m., riders will compete for the “ideal time” that best simulates the pace of cub hunting. A buffet lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Boykin’s Mill Pond Steakhouse. In accordance to riders’ schedules, the buffet lunch at the Mill Pond Steakhouse is being served during this time so riders can eat either before or after they complete the course. The untimed afternoon trail rides will run from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., with riders setting their own pace over uncomplicated terrain on the same, clearly marked course. Groups are limited to five members and will leave every three minutes.
Sixty-five horses have entered so far, and more entries are anticipated this week. The course is approximately 6 miles long over beautiful historic and bucolic farm land at Millway and over the Carter Hill tract. It may be ridden twice if desired.
Crucial to the ride’s success are the many volunteers and hosts needed for the smooth and safe running of the event, and organizers greatly thank them all for their many contributions. Proceeds for the ride will benefit the Camden Hunt Hounds. Two releases must be signed, cell phones must be carried, and “Guidelines” must be read.
The ride and lunch are $50 for adults and $10 for juniors (ages 17 and younger. The cost for lunch only is $20 for adults and $10 for juniors. All lunch reservations must be made this Friday, March 24.
Millway is located in Boykin and all trailer and car parking will be in the back field of Rosalie’s cottage, located at 85 Boykin Mill Road across from historic Swift Creek Church. From Camden and Columbia, take U.S. 521 South and bear right at S.C. 261 (approximately 1/2-mile from I-20) to Boykin Mill Road and take a left to the marked parking area.
For ride and lunch reservations, please call Di DuBose at (803) 427-1917.
Southern Charm follows the escapades of southern socialites in Charleston, South Carolina and, like all of Bravo's location-specific reality shows, it's all about flashing around as much cash as you can. Bravo shows always deal in drinking, drama, and luxury, complete with extensive shopping, insane houses, and envy-inducing trips. To afford the kind of lifestyle they lead, you know the cast has got to be making at least a pretty penny or two. ...
Southern Charm follows the escapades of southern socialites in Charleston, South Carolina and, like all of Bravo's location-specific reality shows, it's all about flashing around as much cash as you can. Bravo shows always deal in drinking, drama, and luxury, complete with extensive shopping, insane houses, and envy-inducing trips. To afford the kind of lifestyle they lead, you know the cast has got to be making at least a pretty penny or two. The Southern Charm cast ranked by net worth proves the cast of the show has got quite a significant amount of cash coming in.
Which is helpful for the status-obsessed socialites, no doubt. Tuning in to Southern Charm (or any of the Real Housewives shows, for that matter) is like revisiting the heyday of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous (except without the "famous" part), so it makes sense that fans might wonder about each cast member's net worth. It puts all of that opulence in context a little to know exactly where it's coming from.
So let's take a look at the net worth of the cast of Southern Charm, ranked from the lowest (which is still pretty high) to the highest (which might not be as high as you think). And take it all with a grain of salt — these are just estimations.
Estimated net worth: ???
Austen is the newest addition to the cast, and he'll be making his first appearance in Season 4. Considering he's not as well known as his cast mates, his net worth has yet to make it to the internet. He sells craft beer for an Atlanta brewery, though it seems like he might have some family money as well; his Bravo bio indicates they had a second home while he was growing up, and he's enjoyed some traveling. But his unknown net worth keeps him at the low end of the list, because there's just no way to know for sure how much he's worth.
Estimated net worth: $200,000
Celebrity Net Worth lists Shep's net worth as around $200k, and it seems as though a lot of his wealth is generational as well. Apparently the town of Boykin and its state dog (the Boykin spaniel) are named after his mother's family, and his uncle B. Boykin Rose was the South Carolina Department of Public Safety director. Shep has an MBA from Vanderbilt and has worked in commercial real estate development, and also opened a restaurant called the Palace Hotel.
Estimated net worth: $200,000
Craig's net worth is assumed to be roughly the same as Shep's according to Celebrity Net Worth. Craig was a law clerk at the personal injury firm Anastopoulo Law Firm, though his LinkedIn no longer lists him as working there. It currently lists him as the CEO and founder of Apex Principles, Inc. and, like everyone on this list, he also makes some money from his appearances on Southern Charm.
Estimated net worth: $550,000
The-Net-Worth lists Cameran's net worth at around $550k as of 2016. She previously worked in the cosmetic industry before switching to a real estate career and becoming a licensed broker. She's also married to anesthesiologist Jason Wimberly, which surely adds to her net worth as well.
Estimated net worth: $600,000
Kathryn's net worth includes income from a few different sources. While Celebrity Net Worth attributes some of her wealth to her modeling career and reality TV appearances, she also has quite a bit of family money as well. She is descended from the seventh Vice President of the United States, John C. Calhoun, and her grandfather Rembert C. Dennis served in the South Carolina House of Representative and the South Carolina Senate for almost 50 years.
Estimated net worth: $2 million
Celebrity Net Worth lists Thomas' net worth at around $2 million dollars, making him one of the wealthiest cast members on the show. That makes sense, because Thomas was the former State Treasurer of South Carolina and he also founded a commercial real estate company called the Ravenel Development Corporation. He was suspended as Treasurer following federal drug charges.
Estimated net worth: $3 million
Coming in on top is Landon, whose net worth is estimated by Celebrity Net Worth to be around $3 million dollars. She's had many different careers, including interior design, photography, writing, and developing hotels, restaurants, and nightclubs. Currently she paints and manages a travel site called Trovare. And apparently she's really good at finance, because her net worth is pretty impressive.
It may not be Lisa Vanderpump money, but the cast of Southern Charm is doing OK for themselves.
FARMVILLE, Va. (WRIC) — A former professor at Hampden-Sydney College who claimed he was fired because he opposes the so-called transgender bathroom bill has accepted a one-year contract with the school.H-SC made the announcement on the college’s Facebook page Thursday evening:Prior to signing on for one more year with H-SC, General William “Jerry” Boykin said on Facebook he was terminated after nine years with the college for criticizing the controversial bill that seeks to allow transgender individuals ...
FARMVILLE, Va. (WRIC) — A former professor at Hampden-Sydney College who claimed he was fired because he opposes the so-called transgender bathroom bill has accepted a one-year contract with the school.
H-SC made the announcement on the college’s Facebook page Thursday evening:
Prior to signing on for one more year with H-SC, General William “Jerry” Boykin said on Facebook he was terminated after nine years with the college for criticizing the controversial bill that seeks to allow transgender individuals to use public restrooms.
“The bottom line is that I oppose these so called “#Bathroom” bills that let men go into women’s locker rooms, showers, and toilets and I have been very public about it. When I said in Orlando that “…the first man who goes in the restroom with my daughter will not have to worry about surgery”, the LGBT community once again came after me, claiming that I was calling for violence against #transgender people.”
Gen. Boykin went on to say that he never called for violence against anyone, and that the college eventually caved into the pressures from the LGBT community calling for his termination.
Click here to read Gen. Boykin’s entire Facebook post.
In a statement to 8News, Hampden-Sydney College said it wished to clarify “misinformation” that was circling regarding Gen. Boykin’s termination:
General Boykin was a part-time adjunct faculty member serving as the Wheat Professor, employed on a year-to-year basis. The Wheat Professorship was created to be a rotating position, allowing Hampden-Sydney to bring distinguished individuals from a wide variety of professional backgrounds to the campus. Given the rotating nature of the Wheat Professorship, it is inaccurate to suggest that General Boykin was fired. It is also an injustice to General Boykin’s service to Hampden-Sydney and its students. We are grateful for the contributions General Boykin made to our educational mission and the impact he had on our students. We look forward to the exciting contributions to be made by future Wheat Professors who will follow General Boykin in this distinguished role.
Of the cast of Southern Charm, Shep — or William Shepard Rose III, as he's more formally known — doesn't wear his wealthy boy status on his seersucker sleeve quite as prominently as, say, Whitney, but he's been flying pretty fast and loose with what it means to have family money and southern status in recent episodes of the show. His concern for Craig's party boy ways do...
Of the cast of Southern Charm, Shep — or William Shepard Rose III, as he's more formally known — doesn't wear his wealthy boy status on his seersucker sleeve quite as prominently as, say, Whitney, but he's been flying pretty fast and loose with what it means to have family money and southern status in recent episodes of the show. His concern for Craig's party boy ways doesn't extend to himself or Thomas because Shep and Thomas have their family's money as a protective net to catch them if they fall... or so says Shep. And Shep has the family lineage, 35-year-old playboy status, and gourmet hot dog restaurant to prove it.
Kathryn Calhoun Dennis and Thomas Ravenel aren't the only Southern Charm-ers with impressively southern names in their family trees. Shep is the nephew of former SC Department of Public Safety director, B. Boykin Rose. B. Boykin Rose comes by that middle name by way of his mother's family, the Boykins, who have a whole town in South Carolina is named after them. So, while Shep may not truly by from the Holy City that plays the background of Southern Charm, with a town (oh yeah, and the South Carolina state dog) named after his family, and a childhood spent in Hilton Head, Shep and his family are truly South Carolina natives.
OK, technically Boykin is an unincorporated community, but it's the community's surroundings in Kershaw County that make it a significant place in South Carolina. For example, just over in Camden is the Mulberry Plantation, current National Historic Landmark, and former home of James and Mary Boykin. The home is nationally significant because its where Mary Boykin's impeccably detailed wartime diaries are kept, acknowledged as the most important piece of Confederate literature by the National Parks Service because of "its contributions to our understanding of southern culture and society." I hear the broom-making in Boykin is also a real hit.
Of course, the Boykin moniker is also known for being the namesake of South Carolina's state dog, the Boykin spaniel. Boykin Spaniels were bred for hunting water fowl. With his blonde hair and stature, I'd always read Shep as more of a Golden Retriever person, but I can still see the resemblance in the puppy face.
But even with the deepest of South Carolina family roots, Shep's read on making a significant impact on the culture of South Carolina seems a little different than other Boykins and Roses who came before him. Ever the fun-lover, Shep is focused on bringing gourmet hot dogs and cold PBRs to his fellow Charleston partiers in the form of his newly opened restaurant, the Palace Hotel. It may not be a National Historic Land mark one day, but something tells me that's not what Shep is going for.
When it comes to family history, Southern Charm cast members Kathryn Dennis and Shep Rose have some fascinating stories to tell: Both Charm-e...
When it comes to family history, Southern Charm cast members Kathryn Dennis and Shep Rose have some fascinating stories to tell: Both Charm-ers come from a long line of famous South Carolinians who have had a significant influence on politics and society not only in Charleston, but at a state and national level.
Kathryn’s lineage is directly connected to former Vice President John C. Calhoun, who served under Presidents John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson. Meanwhile, Shep’s paternal grandmother is related to the famous Boykin family, which founded the community of Boykin, South Carolina and serves as the namesake of the state dog, the Boykin spaniel.
But it turns out Kathryn’s family history has a darker side too. During the Southern Charm: Mind Your Manors panel at BravoCon 2019, the mom of two revealed a piece of her family’s story that we haven't heard before.
“My great-grandfather was assassinated by Al Capone,” she revealed. “His distillery… was in Monks Corner and he was a senator at the time. And yeah, they assassinated him because it was during Prohibition.”
Whoa, we didn't see that one coming! Even Kathryn's fellow cast members seemed shocked by the revelation. "It’s really crazy that that happened in little ol’ Monks Corner,” Kathryn said.
Shep also couldn't resist sharing his own interesting tidbit related to his family. "My great-great aunt Mildred… no, Mary Chestnut, if you watch the PBS Civil War documentary, they quote her," he said. "She kept a journal during the war and it’s fascinating, so that’s my little nugget."
Clearly, their family history is even more intriguing than we thought.