The Columbia, South Carolina community encompasses a wide variety of areas, heritages, historical segments and more. We are home to Fort Jackson, the largest and most active Initial Entry Training Center in the United States Army. Colleges and universities, such as the University of South Carolina, are at our doorstep and the impact of these educational institutions ripples throughout the community.
Our mission is to educate children, promote patriotism, and honor the military!
Cayce is proud of its rich historical heritage, including as part of its city limits the site of one of the earliest European settlements in the Midlands. Cayce is also home to the Fort Granby site,...More
Located in the central midlands of South Carolina, our community offers an exceptional quality of life founded in friendliness, faith and civic pride.
The City of West Columbia is located in the eastern portion of Lexington County, along the Congaree and Saluda Rivers, within the Columbia metropolitan area. The City of West Columbia finds itself...More
Founded in 1993, the Columbia World Affairs Council is a private, non-profit 501(c) 3 non-partisan organization in the Midlands region of South Carolina, located in the state capital.We serve as the...More
The mission of the Historic Columbia Foundation is to nurture, support and protect the historical and cultural heritage of Columbia and its environs through programs of advocacy, education and...More
Working since 1958 to keep the American Dream of Home ownership attainable by everyone.
About Keep the Midlands BeautifulEstablished in 1989 to serve Richland and Lexington Counties, Keep the Midlands Beautiful provides sustainable solutions for individuals and groups to improve the...More
The Lake Murray Association provides representation for all lake users from the four counties around the lake on issues that pertain to the development, management and use of Lake Murray. The...More
The Lourie Center is dedicated to providing Midland’s seniors, 50 years and older, with the means to maintain and enhance an active and healthy lifestyle. The Senior Center enriches the lives of...More
A non-profit organization for local talent and music supporters. Join us and become part of the local music scene. Together we can make music happen!
My Carolina Alumni Association is the University of South Carolina alumni membership organization that promotes a lifelong connection to USC.
One Columbia for Arts and History, working to unify and amplify the thriving arts and history culture of Columbia, South Carolina. Our mission: To Advise One Columbia for Arts and History, in an...More
The Mission of Pocket Productions is to develop the arts community in Columbia, SC, by stimulating cooperation between and innovation among local artists and arts organizations. We aim to increase the...More
With a commitment to excellence across the spectrum of our state's cultures and forms of expression, the South Carolina Arts Commission pursues its public charge to develop a thriving arts...More
The core mission of the South Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association is to Promote, Protect and Education the Hospitality Industry of South Carolina for the good of all.
With a location just outside of Columbia SC and less than an hour from Charlotte, Blythewood has always been attractive to families searching for the virtues of small town living. We welcome you...More
YOU'VE COME HOME to Chapin, South Carolina, USA -- a Community with Character. We are located in the Midlands, halfway between the mountains and the sea, in the heart of the Dutch Fork and at the...More
Gaston is a community that offers a quiet, friendly, small town atmosphere. It is located less than Twenty miles from Downtown Columbia and the University of South Carolina. In 1975 the Town of...More
Located off the shore of Lake Murray and only ten miles from Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, Irmo was a sleepy little town of 500 people in the early 1970's. Today with more than 12,000...More
Nestled in the Midlands of South Carolina, the Town of Lexington is one of the fastest growing municipalities in the state, having grown from approximately 9,800 citizens in 2000 to 17,870 in 2010....More
Pine Ridge’s population is around 2100 people, and that is what we expect the 2010 US Census count to reflect. Yes we are still considered somewhat rural, but Pine Ridge is growing and going, that...More