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Nelson Mullins’ Karen Aldridge Crawford Selected for Who’s Who Environment 2016

COLUMBIA (July 7, 2016)–Legal publisher Law Business Research has selected Karen Aldridge Crawford, a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP's Columbia office, for its Who's Who Legal: Environment 2016 and Who's Who Legal 2017 Compendium Edition. She is the only South Carolina environmental attorney selected for inclusion. Ms. Crawford practices in the areas…
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Christina Fleming, CDFA, Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary with Studio 2LR

COLUMBIA, S.C. (July 15, 2016) – Studio 2LR Architecture + Interiors is pleased to announce that Christina Fleming, CDFA, has celebrated her 10 year anniversary with the firm. Ms. Fleming handles Business Development and Office Management for the firm. She has personally and professionally accomplished a great deal while with Studio 2LR, including receiving her…
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Palmetto Health Tuomey to host HIV awareness event July 23 in Sumter

Palmetto Health Tuomey -- in conjunction with USC Sumter, DHEC, the Sumter Family Health Center, the SC HIV/AIDS Council, Palmer Memorial Chapel, Sandhills Medical Foundation and the Wateree AIDS Task Force – presents “THIS IS WAR!,” an HIV awareness event for the entire community. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.…
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Meineke Car Care Centers to open 6 new Midlands locations over 5 years

COLUMBIA, S.C. (July 7, 2016) -- Meineke Car Care Centers, the 43-year-old, top-rated automotive repair franchise with nearly 1,000 centers in 48 states and seven countries, announced plans today to grow its brand presence in Columbia by bringing six new centers over the next five years. To jumpstart the Columbia development, Meineke executives are seeking…
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Columbia police accepting donations for Fan the Heat program

Summers sizzle in the “Famously Hot” City of Columbia so, to beat the heat, don’t forget about Fan the Heat. The Columbia Police Department kicked off the annual Fan the Heat program in early June. Fan the Heat is a program designed to help the citizens of Columbia stay cool during the humid summer months…
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City of Columbia to Open Misting Stations During Extreme Summer Heat

To assist the community in staying cool during the extreme summer heat, the City of Columbia has set up misting stations in several of the City’s parks. Misting stations will be in operation from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., when the heat index reaches 90 degrees or higher, at the following locations: Misting Stations: Owens…
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52 Children Enjoy Summer Camp Experience Provided By The Salvation Army

[caption id="attachment_4006" align="alignleft" width="300"] Campers from The Salvation Army of the Midlands during their stay at Camp Walter Johnson in Denton, N.C., the week of July 6-July 11.[/caption] The Salvation Army of the Midlands provided a summer camping experience to 52 local children, ages 6-12, at Camp Walter Johnson in Denton, North Carolina this week.…
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EdVenture hires Margaret Clarkson as director of marketing

[caption id="attachment_3974" align="alignleft" width="235"] EdVenture's Marketing Director Margaret Clarkson[/caption] EdVenture is pleased to announce the hiring of Margaret Clarkson as the organization’s Director of Marketing. Clarkson, who grew up in Columbia, returns to the Midlands after 23 years where she worked in branding as a partner for Brand & Buzz in Washington D.C. and before…
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West Columbia Small Business Leaders Named to NFIB/SC Leadership Council

COLUMBIA, July 6, 2016--Two West Columbia small-business owners have been named to the National Federation of Independent Business state Leadership Council. Andrew Todd is vice president Asset Management and Planning LLC, which has 5 employees. Trip Turbyfill is owner of Café Strudel, which has a staff of about 50. The eight-member LeadershipCouncil is an advisory…
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