April 12, 2019 RSS feed / Society

Providence Health presents check to free medical clinic

Sometimes the ability to give is a gift itself. In lieu of receiving appreciation gifts to commemorate Doctors’ Day, Providence Medical Staff members requested the Health System make a donation in their name to support the clinic. More...

Capital Rotary named Club of the Year

Columbia’s Capital Rotary has been named “Club of the Year” in District 7770, which is comprised of 80 clubs and about 5,000 Rotarians in 25 eastern counties of the state. More...

Rotary partners with Pelion basketball team

The Rotary Club of Five Points assisted the Pelion High School basketball players with strategies and tactics to help them become more successful.  More...

Breaking bread together

Rosh Hasahana was approaching, and I had a Jewish student as my student of the week. I told him to bring something representing his holiday, and he came in with challah bread. More...

Seven top services Medicare doesn’t cover

Every day, 10,000 Americans turn 65 and begin Medicare coverage. At last, they have health care coverage for life. But what many don’t realize is the array of services they’ll still have to pay for on their own. More...

Capital Rotarian earns CART Award

Capital Rotary Club member Tony Thompson (r) is congratulated by president Philip Flynn after receiving a District 7770 Leadership Award for fundraising to support the CART ( Coins for Alzheimer&rsqu More...

C-Change Conversions presented at Palmetto Garden Club

Palmetto Garden Club of Columbia recently hosted an open meeting at The Gregg Park clubhouse. More...

Graduate recital held at UofSC School of Music

Julia Woodward (r), soprano, performed a graduate recital Monday, April 1 at the University of South Carolina School of Music Recital Hall. Woodward is a student of Dr. Peter Barton (l). More...