March 22, 2019 RSS feed / Society

Miss Mary Rogers McMaster weds Mr. Samuel Martin Herskovitz

Mary Rogers McMaster of Columbia, South Carolina and Samuel Martin Herskovitz of San Carlos, California were married on March 16 at the Memorial Garden of the Governor’s Mansion in Columbia, South Carolina. Rev. Gabriel N.E. More...

USC student seeks Global Grant scholarship

Columbia’s Capital Rotary Club is backing University of South Carolina junior Alexis Vetack’s application for a Global Grant Scholarship award to earn a master’s degree in public policy. More...

“Front Porch Music” features Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition at Harriet Barber House

Over 100 people gathered for food, music, and to pay historical tribute to the Harriet Barber House in Hopkins Saturday, March 16. More...

Celebrating a century plus one

Beth Lambert celebrated 101 years recently. She is pictured receiving birthday flowers with Mary Beth McSwain. Photo by Jim Covington More...

CMTA holds Honors Recital

On Sunday, March 17, 13 pianists performed as scholarship winners in the Honors Recital at Columbia College for the Columbia Music Teachers Association Scholarship Auditions.  They were selected from nearly 60 entries by piano faculty from The G More...

Social Survey Club celebrates 100th anniversary

On Wednesday, March 6, current members of the Social Survey Club celebrated their club’s 100th anniversary with a luncheon program. More...

Music clubs host benefit luncheon and fashion show

Photo by Jim Covington   More...

Columbia celebrates 13th Annual St. Baldrick’s event

The 13th Annual Columbia St. Baldrick’s event, once more shaving heads and raising money for childhood cancer research, will be held Saturday, March 23, 1–5 p.m., at Quaker Steak and Lube at I-77 and Bluff Road.  More...

S.C. Black Caucus, DHEC, and 100 Black Women to sponsor second annual Minority Health Summit

The S.C. Legislative Black Caucus, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC), and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Columbia (SC) Chapter, will host the Second Annual Minority Health Summit. More...