The Irmo Chamber of Commerce has recognized Aysha Alamgir and Chloe Willis from Seven Oaks Elementary School Global Magnet as the stellar Teacher and Student of the Month. The accolade sheds light on their remarkable achievements within the school community. Aysha Alamgir, a first-grade teacher at Seven Oaks Elementary, hasContinue Reading

The Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce takes great pride in congratulating seven outstanding leaders from the Irmo business community who have successfully graduated from Leadership Lexington County, a distinguished non-profit educational organization dedicated to nurturing and developing leaders in the Lexington County community. This notable achievement serves as a testamentContinue Reading

Monica and Eduardo Cea of the CEA Company were honored with a ribbon cutting by the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce for their 20th anniversary. The CEA company does drywall and painting and TaLimpio Cleaning does residential and commercial cleaning. The company is located at 1082 Sunset Blvd in WestContinue Reading

CrossRoads Intermediate student Rahaf Alzuabidi and teacher Lori Calhoun were selected as the Irmo Chamber’s Student and Teacher of the Month. “Rahaf is an amazing student who embodies what it means to RISE,” Principal Dr. Erin Doty said. “She shows respect and integrity to everyone around her and participates inContinue Reading

Bart’s Crazy Good Coffee of Chapin held a ribbon cutting at their new facility in Irmo on Tuesday, Sept. 12. The Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce sponsored the ribbon cutting and folks were treated to all the great goodies Bart has to offer. Bart’s Crazy Good Coffee is open fromContinue Reading

US Congressman Joe Wilson visited the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon on Wednesday, August 9 held at the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Brian Cox of Cox Family BBQ shared a jar of his special sauce with the Congressman. Cox Family BBQ is located in the Shoppers Walk atContinue Reading

The SC Career Kids held a can drive as part of their summer camp. One camper started her own in memory of her grandmother. Grace McClinton holds up a can from her bag full of cans that she collected for ‘Cans for GG’. The young Chapin Elementary student wanted toContinue Reading