Koon’s Watch You’ll have an opportunity to safely dispose of your expired or unwanted prescription drugs this Saturday as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. I want to personally invite you to use these collection sites from 10 am until 2 pm: • Sheriff’s Department Headquarters: 521 Gibson Rd.,
The Optimist Club of St. Andrews-Irmo sustains a long-standing partnership with Palmetto Project and with its outreach efforts that benefit the Midlands. Nell Killoy, Deputy Director for the Midlands and Upstate for the Project, was the Optimists’ guest speaker April 16 where she described two programs that the Club supports.
Former HHFB Board Chair Erinn Rowe to Lead Organization After a nationwide search, the Harvest Hope Food Bank Board of Directors has named Erinn Rowe Chief Executive Officer of the organization effective immediately. Rowe, a Midlands banker and former Harvest Hope Board Chair, joins with an immediate understanding of the
Irmo High School hosted the Midlands Region Orchestra Event February 19 and 20 at the Center for the Arts. The event featured three conductors who worked with students both in-person and on Google Meets. Several teachers also participated with the students by playing instruments with them during rehearsals and answering
The Salvation Army of the Midlands would like to express their deepest appreciation and thanks to the Midlands community for generously donating at the red kettles this past Christmas season! The Salvation Army of the Midlands Red Kettle Campaign raised a grand total of over $316,000 this past Christmas season.
For 35 years members of St. Vincent de Paul Society, named for the patron saint of all works of charity, have given to the homeless in Columbia.”No one thinks about the homeless around Christmas time,” said Robert Keeder, Vice-President, Basilica of St. Peter St. Vincent de Paul Society in Columbia. “We at
Dr. Todd Crump spoke recently to the Optimist Club of St. Andrews-Irmo. He serves as an Emergency Physician at Lexington Medical Center. Dr. Crump discussed his experiences with Covid patients. Later, he described some of the work the free clinic does in the community. Dr. Crump has treated hundreds of
Dominion Energy has announced four grants totaling $200,000 to Charleston Trident Urban League, Small Business Development Corporation at South Carolina State University, Central Carolina Community Foundation’s African American Philanthropy Committee and The Imani Group. The donations are part of the company’s “We Care Rebuild Project,” which has designated $5 million
The S.C. Chapter of Federal Bar Association is giving back to food banks this holiday season. S.C. Chapter President Janet Brooks Holmes and President-elect Beattie Ashmore presented Harvest Hope Food Bank with a check for more than $10,000. Board members voted unanimously December 3 to roll out the campaign to
On December 11, the St. Andrews Optimist Club hosted speaker Brian Haley, Fire Marshal for the Irmo Fire District. He described some of the fire department’s ongoing community service initiatives and touched on new challenges facing the department. When an Irmo citizen makes a 911 call, more likely than not,