In its tenth year, Celebrate The Season was primed to fly past the $1-million mark in funds raised to support Berkeley County-area charitable organizations. With a plan developed specifically to keep volunteers and attendees safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the show will indeed go on, highlighted by the Holiday Lights Driving Tour, a mile-long beacon of brilliance that is expected to attract 30,000 visitors.
Since opening its doors in 2019, Lowcountry Community Hospice House has been proud to serve the Tri-County area. In its first year, the hospice house has served more than 350 patients with the highest level of care in its spacious facility that’s decorated to feel as welcoming, serene, and home-like as possible.
During the year 1988, the Berkeley County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse introduced the prevention concept. It became apparent if Prevention was to be accepted, it needed the input and support of Berkeley County citizens. The first countywide Prevention Board was established in 1989 with approximately 12 individuals representing various agencies and communities.
When she visited the Summerville area, Sarah Beem saw the potential of its growth and wanted to be a part of it. Beem is originally from Greenville. She previously worked in property management and the equine show circuit for eight years, which she left to pursue starting her business. While living in Greenville she saw what happened to the city when BMW was established; Greenville became one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation.