Follow the North Star highlights search for freedom

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Charleston, S.C. – The International African American Museum (IAAM) will host the world premier of a special exhibition highlighting the African American search for freedom and self-determination. Entitled Follow the North Star: Freedom in the Age of Mobility, it is the first to be curated and crafted by IAAM that is designed to travel to other museums

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Chunsta Miller Appointed Vice President of Communication and Public Engagement at Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina

(Upstate/Midlands, SC) – Goodwill Industries of Upstate/Midlands South Carolina (GIUMSC) proudly announces Chunsta Miller as its new Vice President of Communication and Public Engagement. With an extensive background in leadership, community service, and diversity advocacy, Miller brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her new role. Prior to joining GIUMSC, Miller served as the

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Comet Receives Multiple Awards at Live United Event

(Columbia, SC) – The Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority (The COMET) received two awards at the Live United Awards hosted by United Way of the Midlands at Central Energy recently. The COMET’s United Way Campaign efforts were led by Angela Jacobs, who in her first year serving as campaign director, was also nominated for Campaign Director

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Safeguarding Small Business Innovation in the Digital Age

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(Columbia, SC) – As the founder of Lebby Consulting, I understand the essential role that technology plays in the growth and success of small and medium-sized businesses. Our firm has been at the forefront of providing innovative IT solutions, ensuring that our clients can seamlessly integrate technology into their business models. In the current business

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Columbia Museum of Art offers free summer admission to South Carolinians

Columbia, S.C. – The Columbia Museum of Art has been selected to participate in Art Bridges Foundation’s Access for All program, a transformative, three-year funding initiative aimed at increasing access to museums across America and fostering engagement with local audiences. Through this generous support, the CMA is launching Free Summer at the CMA, a new endeavor

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Catch the Excitement: Columbia Fireflies Players Visit Richland Library Northeast

Richland Library invites both families and media to join an exciting and educational event, as Richland Library Northeast (7490 Parklane Rd., 29223) hosts the Columbia Fireflies for a special Bilingual Storytime on Thursday, May 16th. This unique event will feature professional baseball players from the Columbia Fireflies team, who will join library staff in a delightful morning of storytelling, songs,

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Ecumenical University appoints James L. Felder as its third president

The Board of Trustees of Ecumenical University announced the appointment of James L. Felder as its third president. Bishop Redfern II, founder of Ecumenical Church and University, officially announced, heralding a new chapter in the institution’s commitment to education and community service. James L. Felder, a distinguished civil rights activist and former South Carolina legislator,

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The Columbia Police Department Foundation & Columbia Parks & Recreation Foundation to Hold 3rd Annual Parks & Pedals Bicycle Event

(Columbia, SC) – The Columbia Police Foundation and the Columbia Parks & Recreation Foundation, in collaboration with Walmart, are proud to announce the upcoming third annual Police, Parks & Pedals Community Bicycle Initiative and rally event, set to take place at Rosewood Park on Saturday, May 18th, starting at 11:30 am. With May designated as

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During Infrastructure Week, Biden-Harris Administration Announces Projects to Strengthen Rural Infrastructure and Create Jobs Across South Carolina

(Columbia, SC) – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced the funding of three projects located in South Carolina, which will improve access to reliable electricity for more than 121,000 people and create good-paying jobs across the state. The announcement was made during President Biden’s Infrastructure Week which highlights the progress the Biden-Harris Administration has made to

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Columbia College announces new executive leadership

President of Columbia College, Dr. John H. Dozier, announced the appointment of Mechelle English, MA ‘14 as the next Vice President of Development. Mechelle has over 25 years of vast experience in higher education, fundraising, and nonprofit administration, most recently serving as Vice President of Advancement at Aiken Technical College. With a bachelor’s degree from

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