Sharing God’s Love is hosting their annual golf tournament on September 9th,  at the Spur at Northwoods. Richie Eisenman shared that “We have great support from our sponsors making this tournament a wonderful event for the golfers”. All proceeds go to the benefit of our local charity. If you areContinue Reading

Keep the Midlands Beautiful (KMB) recently received a $5,000 Keep America Beautiful/UPS Community Tree and Recovery Tree Planting Grant for the soon-to-open Saluda Riverwalk. The grant is one of 12 grants from The UPS Foundation that have been provided to Keep America Beautiful affiliates in 2019. Keep the Midlands BeautifulContinue Reading

Story by Jennifer Scales – Columbia VA Health Care System Public Affairs They share a last name, with no relation to each other. Yet, they each embrace a common goal to combat hunger in their community. Neighborhood friends Parth Patel, a high school junior; Jay Patel, high school senior; andContinue Reading

Over the past 20 years, technology has spawned widespread changes in real estate buying, selling and closings, according to lawyer and broker Gary Pickren, guest speaker at Capital Rotary’s August 14 meeting. Pickren detailed changing roles for agents and attorneys in today’s electronic-driven marketplace. Agents – once seen as advisors,Continue Reading

August 21 from Noon – 1:30 pm, LUNCH ‘N LEARN: Sensitive Situations in Caregiving Caring for someone you love often leads to awkward moments that may result in embarrassment for you and your loved one. While bathing, grooming, feeding, or driving can all be uncomfortable, it is important to maintain the person’sContinue Reading

TD Bank has selected Keep the Midlands Beautiful to participate in TD Tree Days, a community-based program that expands urban forests and green spaces in low- to moderate-income neighborhoods. Staff and volunteers of Keep the Midlands Beautiful will join local employees of TD Bank to plant 30 native trees andContinue Reading

The Chapin woman’s club is proud to award scholarships for 8 women attending college 2019-2020. Scholarship funds are from the many fundraisers that the Chapin woman’s club participate in throughout the year. Photo: L to R Beryl McCormack, Jessica  Ramiirez Hannah Poeilier,  Shakeera Kessler, Laney Hanes, and Sydney Jones. Not Shown (CassidyContinue Reading

Central Carolina Community Foundation, the Midlands’ local center for philanthropy, invites the community to join the annual Black Philanthropy Month (BPM) celebrations throughout August 2019. Black Philanthropy Month is a national, coordinated effort to celebrate African American and African-descent giving in all its forms. The Foundation will celebrate the monthContinue Reading

Kelli Powell joined Lake Murray Irmo Rotary a little over a year ago.  Since she joined has been an example of the Rotary four way test. In her year as a Rotarian she sponsored a new member, became the Interact Coordinator, helped with fundraising, and volunteered for club service projects.Continue Reading