January 27, 2017 RSS feed / Society

The Shepherd’s Center of Columbia celebrates 30 years

The Shepherd’s Center is an interfaith learning program for adults 55 and older. It is planned, implemented, and attended by senior adults. It offers three nine week sessions (fall, winter, and spring); each has a varied mix of classes. More...

SCDAR William Capers holds DAR Insignia and Protocol meeting and inducts new members

“DAR Insignia and Protocol” was the topic of the recent meeting of William Capers Chapter, South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution.  More...

Meet the challenge

Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin challenged city residents to become mentors to children and young adults in the City of Columbia.  “Having a mentor is so incredibly beneficial to children and young adults. More...

Rhett’s Bridge Club “crowns” the 2016 top players

Rhett’s Bridge Club (RBC) “crowned” the 2016 top players, Holly Carlisle and Liz Roberts, at its game at Forest Lake Club January 19, 2017. More...

USC School of Music presents Davis Dykes in Senior Recital

Eddie Huss accompanies Davis Dykes, tenor, at his recital January 24 at 6 p.m. in Recital Hall. Dykes is a student of Walter Cuttino and Jacob Will. More...

Current members of the Shepherd’s Center of Columbia with the greatest seniority

Those members of the Shepherd’s Center of Columbia with the greatest seniority spoke to the crowd gathered for lunch January 18 at the 30th anniversary of the Shepherd’s Center of Columbia. Many of the speakers are over 90 years old. More...

Robert Burns Society’s dinner to feature wee Scottish dancers

Cultural expectations for the forthcoming Robert Burns Society’s pageant and dinner have now been enhanced a wee bit. More...

Columbia Media Club feasts on chicken bog

Former editor of SC Wildlife Magazine, David Lucas, cooks his special chicken bog stew for the monthly meeting of the Columbia Media Club. More...

Nation’s longest-serving zoo director announces retirement

Satch Krantz, president and CEO of Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, has announced plans to retire June 30, 2017, marking the end of an era in zoo history.  More...