The ADCO crew learned a lot this week about state-of-the-art signage at the Colite open house.
You might think athletics programs such as football, basketball and baseball are the only programs at the University of South Carolina that work hard to aggressively recruit players.
Well, if you do, you’re wrong.
The Carolina Band is reaching out to find the best candidates wherever they are to be
Today at the South Carolina Relic Room and Military Museum, a rapt audience heard about another extraordinary effort to preserve and protect history — the moving of the Atlanta Cyclorama to a new home.
At the museum’s free monthly Lunch and Learn session, Dr. Gordon L. Jones of the Atlanta
Well, ADCO’s Christmas season ended on several happy notes.
First, we got some very nice, complimentary messages from clients who very much appreciated our gesture of honoring them by sponsoring a couple of pets at Pawmetto Lifeline.
Then, even better, both of our sponsored pets were adopted before the
ADCO’s own Brad Warthen will moderate a debate tonight at Richland Northeast High School between Democrat Mia McLeod and Republican Susan Brill, who are competing to replace Joel Lourie in representing state Senate District 22.
The event is sponsored by the Greater Columbia Community Relations Council.
One day this week three of us — Lora Prill, Mary Beth Knight and Brad Warthen — played hooky and went to check out the very cool exhibit of World War I posters at the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum.