Entries by Meg Feagin

Florence Chamber’s Spring Golf Classic

It’s time to get your team together and join the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce for a fantastic day on the links! The 2018 Spring Golf Classic presented by Raldex,Hospitality, will be bigger and better than ever, lots of vendor, gifts and of course, plenty of golf at Traces Golf Club! The fun starts on […]

Chick-fil-A app provides for curb-side delivery at Magnolia Mall in Florence

By: Rebecca Cross, Morning News FLORENCE, S.C. – Chick-fil-A inside the Magnolia Mall joined the Florence Chamber and recently opened additional curbside delivery parking spots. To celebrate, Chick-fil-A employees and representatives from the Florence Chamber held a ribbon cutting on Wednesday afternoon outside Magnolia Mall. Customers can use the Chick-fil-A One app to order their […]

Lunch & Learn Series

Attention local business folks. You should plan on having lunch with us at a Lunch & Learn Program that shares great information on the challenges small businesses face in dealing with compliance and human resources as well as tax credits and how a foundation can serve as a vehicle for Donor Advised Funds, IRA, and […]

Jr. Leadership Florence Graduation

Congratulations to the Florence Country Junior Leadership class of 2017-2018. This special group of high school students graduated this evening at Francis Marion University’s Frank B Lee Nursing Building. The program is was made possible by Florence County 4-H, The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce and Francis Marion University.

Junior Leadership Florence County is accepting applications

FLORENCE, S.C. – The Clemson Extension Service, the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce and Francis Marion University are accepting applications for the 2018-19 Junior Leadership Florence County 4-H Program through Friday. To apply, students must live in or attend school in Florence County and must be classified as a high school sophomore or junior during […]

Golden scissors cut ribbon for Florence’s new courthouse

By: Matthew Christian, Morning News FLORENCE— With the snip of a few pairs of golden scissors, the new Florence County Judicial Center was officially opened a few minutes after 11 a.m. Friday. State Sen. Hugh Leatherman, 12th Circuit Court Judge Michael Nettles, County Councilman James Schofield and Master-in-Equity Haigh Porter spoke in a brief ceremony. […]

Florence company planning April treasure hunt

By: Andrew Boardwine, Morning News FLORENCE, S.C. — R. Skelton Enterprise joined Ambassadors from the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce on Thursday to hold a ribbon cutting. R. Skelton Enterprise is owned by Bob Skelton and oversees several business endeavors. The next endeavor for the company, Skelton said, will be the Discover Florence Treasure Hunt. […]