A Hope and a Future

Thirty-year-old Devin Bartos, who became addicted to drugs during his teenage years, spent…
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CMM Reflections: Honoring Dot Ryall

Who needs the arts, some might ask? In addition to providing inspiration and…
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Hope for the hungry

Editor’s note: Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Harvest Hope reported that food insecurity…
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Combatting COVID-19

For seven years, Victoria Fleischer has delighted in teaching sewing lessons in Columbia.…
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Scene in the City: United Way of the Midlands

Melissa Dunn delivers MRC Book Bunny totes filled with books to Dr. Beth…
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CMM Reflections: Honoring Joe Anderson

First-time entrepreneurs have only an 18 percent chance of their business surviving. In…
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Bridging the Poverty Gap

Tanya Inabinet, who works for the State of South Carolina, was a single…
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CMM Reflections: Honoring Linda Burnside

In continuing our celebration of CMM’s 30th anniversary, this ongoing series will reflect…
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Great Outdoor Expectations

Three days before the Scouts of Troop 8 and Troop 10 in Columbia…
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CMM Reflections: Honoring Joe Pinner

As Henry and I consider the many wonderful people who came alongside us…
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Crafting a New Footprint

Camp Cole was born of tragedy. When she was 13, Kelsey Sawyer Carter’s…
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