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Leadership SC Announces the Class of 2014

Leadership South Carolina, the state’s oldest and most recognized leadership development program, announces the Class of 2014

Leadership S.C. Class of 2013 gathers for first time

COLUMBIA — From bankers and real estate agents to educators, the latest class of Leadership South Carolina gathers for the first time Wednesday with a shared vision: to better themselves and those around them.

Leadership South Carolina to honor three notables

Hayne Hipp, founder of Liberty Fellows, Deb Sofield, international speaker, Senator Lindsey Graham COLUMBIA - Three outstanding South Carolinians known for their work improving the lives of others will be honored during Leadership South Carolina’s Legacy of Leaders event on Monday, November 26th at Embassy Suites in Greenville, SC.

Leadership SC elects Cedric Green chairman

COLUMBIA - Leadership South Carolina, the state’s most recognized leadership development program, announced today the election of Cedric F. Green of SCE&G as chairman for a two-year term.

Leadership SC elects Pam Baker vice chair

COLUMBIA - Leadership South Carolina, the state’s most recognized leadership development program, announced today the election of Pam Baker of the McNair Firm as vice chair for a two-year term.

Newly elected Board members begin terms

Leadership South Carolina to honor three alumni

COLUMBIA — Leadership South Carolina will recognize the legacy of three Palmetto State leaders at the program’s 2011 Alumni Awards luncheon Friday. The Dick and Tunky Riley Legacy of Leadership Awards brings business, community and government leaders together from across the state to honor three South Carolinians whose accomplishments embody the spirit of leadership.

Leadership S.C. Class of 2012 gathers for first time

COLUMBIA — From bankers to educators and retail store managers, the latest class of Leadership South Carolina gathers for the first time Sept. 7 with a shared vision: to better themselves and those around them.

Walmart donates time, money to improve Blenhiem school

A group gathered Friday at Blenheim Elementary/Middle School to celebrate playground and school renovations and a $5,000 contribution made by the Walmart Foundation to Leadership South Carolina (LSC).

School donation will provide clothes, toiletries to students

Leadership South Carolina made a special presentation to Blenheim Elementary/Middle School Friday.