February 5, 2010 RSS feed / Society

ADK makes quilts for Ronald McDonald House

Chi Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa made eight fleece quilts and collected books for children at The Ronald McDonald House during their January meeting. The meeting was held at the home of Gayle Belvin. More...

CMFA brings British pub to ArtSpace

Get the cozy feel of a British pub without the trans–Atlantic flight at Columbia Music Festival Association’s Pub Night. More...

Miss Merry and Mr. Parson exch ange vows in Char le st on

Grace Taylor Merry and George Bayne Parsons, both of Charleston, South Carolina, were married January 30, 2010, at Church of the Holy Cross on Sullivan’s Island. The 4 pm ceremony was performed by Rev. John Zahl.   More...

Jan Wismer Hadwin receives the Order of the Palmetto

Jan Wisner Hadwin was presented the Order of the Palmetto January 26, 2010. This is the state’s highest civilian honor for service.   More...

Carolyn Kennedy Trebuchon

Carolyn Kennedy Trebuchon, 76, of 438 Mud Run Road, died at her home Monday, February 1, 2010.   Mrs. Trebuchon was born in Hemp, N.C., the daughter of the late Norman and Lillie Poe Kennedy. More...

United Way of the Midlands recognizes contributors

United Way of the Midlands recognized the companies and individuals who contributed to the 2009–10 campaign at an event held at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Tuesday, January 26, 2010. More...

Marie Virginia Ulmer Wolfe

Marie Virginia Ulmer Wolfe died January 27, 2010, at the age of 89. Born January 10, 1921, in Columbia, her life was filled with family and friends. More...

701 Center offers art in all forms

A mill worker who put in eight to 10 hours a day on an assembly line could also produce art, music, crafts, and storytelling. U.S.C. anthropologist Dr. More...