March 24, 2017 RSS feed / Society

The Kitchen Cabinet at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral prepares fresh food for events

The Kitchen Cabinet volunteers prepare fresh food for all of Trinity Cathedral’s events. More...

Remembering Extraordinary Women

I recently was introduced to to Beryl Markham (1902–1986) while reading the book Circling the Sun. Beryl was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic east and west. She was also the first licensed female racehorse trainer in Kenya. More...

Capital Rotary Club honors another Paul Harris Fellow

Bill Beers becomes a Paul Harris Fellow Capital Rotarian Bill Beers (left) is congratulated by club president Tommy Gibbons as the latest member to join the ranks of the club’s Paul Harris Fell More...

Dreher High School student performs with the S.C. Youth Wind Symphony

Kennedie Fee was invited to perform with the S.C. Youth Wind Symphony at Charles- ton Southern University, Charleston, SC. The concert was held at the Gilliard Auditorium.  More...

Columbia Music Teachers Association selects annual scholarship winners

Columbia Music Teachers Association held its annual scholarship auditions on February 25, 2017. More...

Anne Sligh Tigner

Anne Sligh Tigner passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home in Charleston January 12, 2017. Born Anne Butler Sligh on April 5, 1942, in Florence, SC, she was the daughter of Bernice Haselden Sligh and Hugh Lee Sligh.  More...

Women at Dorn

At the William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia, one can find trailblazing women in all capacities.  They are either providing care to veterans or coming in as patients themselves, having served in conflicts from Korea to Iraq More...