Members of St. Andrews Woman’s Club collected more than 130 art supplies for special needs students at Harbison West Elementary School.  Presenting the supplies on behalf of the club was Frances Hill (right). Accepting the donation for Harbison West was James Paul (left), Administrative Assistant Principal.Continue Reading

Michael Bundy, Chief Executive Officer for PRISMA’s Parkridge and Baptist locations, spoke on October 8 to the Optimist Club of St. Andrews-Irmo.  In his position Bundy monitors the performance at his two assigned hospitals on a daily – sometimes hourly – basis. Obviously, along with all the other medical situationsContinue Reading

At an event to celebrate the growth of Greg’s Groceries, a police-community relations program started by Serve & Connect, a Columbia, SC-based non-profit, AT&T and FirstNet presented the organization with a $125,000 contribution to further expand the reach and impact of Greg’s Groceries. In the last twelve months, Greg’s GroceriesContinue Reading

The Irmo Outreach Committee’s website (irmooutreach.org) has been updated to reflect information regarding the services it provides to the community. In the past two years, Irmo Outreach has served many elderly, disabled, and lower-income community members with assistance ranging from house painting to basic electrical repair and lawn maintenance. MoreContinue Reading

The former Irmo Sertoma Club recently held a meeting at the British Bulldog Pub Restaurant in Irmo and presented the past president Trevor Woodlief with a Past President’s Plaque. The plaque is presented to Trevor by Larry R. Scott, Secretary-Treasurer.Continue Reading

Irmo Town Councilman Bill Danielson, currently running for reelection, spoke on October 1 to the Optimist Club of St. Andrews-Irmo. Councilman Danielson highlighted both near- and long-term issues that challenge the Council. Near-term, Mr. Danielson described a climate in which small businesses are struggling to remain intact and viable underContinue Reading

More than just an evening of fundraising, Leeza Gibbons’ Dare2Care charity event on November 11th, is a challenge to find ways to connect and care in our community. This year’s theme is “Find Your Rhythm”, and features musical performances, a live auction, dinner, and an open bar. All proceeds willContinue Reading

On September 17 St. Andrews Optimist Club donated more than $20,000 to causes it supports. The photo shows representatives of those entities. More than its 50 year history, St. Andrews Optimists have donated more than a half million dollars in similar gatherings. The common thread is that these organizations impactContinue Reading

St. Andrews Woman’s Club held its summer social at the Irmo Community Park on September 13. Members and guests were able to enjoy an evening of fun, desserts, and catching up after the summer hiatus. New members welcomed into the club are (l to r) Rachel Richardson, Melly Makoski, Linda ShealyContinue Reading

51 Biblical Facts That Will Surprise You. By Mike DuBose The Christian Bible is the world’s best-selling and most-widely distributed book (7 billion copies). Since 2020, one million Bibles are being circulated annually, many through the Internet. The full Bible has been translated into 700 languages—more than any other book.Continue Reading