Spring is almost here and the American Red Cross and INVISTA need help to give the gift of life. Representatives from both organizations ask local residents to celebrate this Easter season by giving blood.
Columbia Business Monthly recently included Camden native Charlie Banks on its list of "50 Most Influential People in the Midlands." Banks is the co-founder and managing director of the S.C. Angel Network (SCAN).
Capella Healthcare recently named Vishal Bhatia, MD, MBA, as senior vice president and chief medical information officer (CMIO), according to a press release issued by Capella President and CEO Michael Wiechart.
A.N. Webber Logistics Inc., a transportation, logistics and warehousing firm headquartered in Kankakee, Ill., recently named Harrison Drakeford of Bethune as the 2015 winner of its Sam Kinder Driver of the Year Award."
The Kershaw County Board of Realtors recognized the achievements and contributions of the county's real estate professionals during their Annual Awards Banquet held on December 3rd at the Water's Edge Steak and Seafood Restaurant in Lugoff. As part of the event, the Board's new officers for 2016 were sworn in: President, Jeffrey Graham; President Elect, Lora Compas; Vice President, Cathe Epps; Secretary/Treasurer, Cassandra Hollis; Past President, Dan Long; and Members-at-Large Greg Nettles, Mindy Player and Tiffany Reeves. A silent auction of items donated by local business and individuals raised money that will be donated to Sacks ...
Katherine and Bruce Brown, owners of Bloomsbury Bed & Breakfast in Camden, are the 2015 recipients of the Betty Skeen Hospitality Employees of the Year award from the Olde English District Tourism Commission. The Browns received the award at an annual luncheon sponsored by Duke Energy on Dec. 15, 2015, at Veterans Memorial Park Lodge in Union.
Members of LifeNet, a commercial emergency helicopter transport service, showed off their new home at Woodward Field east of Camden during an open house Dec. 9. The company, which has served Kershaw and other surrounding counties' first responders and hospitals for a number of years, recently replaced its offices at the Kershaw County Airport with a new, large trailer.
Two weeks after he graduated from Camden High School, Ronnie Bradley received a telephone call from Harvey Hall, owner and founder of Hall TV in Camden, offering Bradley a job. Bradley, who had studied auto mechanics and woodworking in high school, told Hall he appreciated the offer but knew nothing about televisions.