Leading the Way



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2019 Golf Sponsors

Hole Sponsors

BB&T Main Street Lexington

Caughman Harmon Funeral Home

Dr. Jon D. Smith

Drs. Smith & Robinson PA

First Community Bank Sunset Blvd

First Palmetto Insurance

Honda of Columbia

Marty Rae's of Lexington

M.B. Kahn Construction

Smile Life Dentistry PA

Tidwell Agency

Woodward Cothran & Herndon Southern Shores Dental, LLC

Tent Sponsors

  Safegaurd of Lexington


The Beat Goes On, March 2019

  • Lexington  Library
    • Helped retire the mortgage
    • Purchased reference books
    • Bought a copy machine
    • Bought book drop
  • Purchased  a stove in memory of two deceased member for Waiting Room at Baptist Hospital
  • Bought  a Nitrogen Probe for children at Richland Memorial Hospital
  • Bought  a cardio respiration monitor for Lexington Medical Center's Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit.
  • Supported  Camp Kemo
  • Supported  with donations from CIP Projects to the Lexington Inter-Faith Council, now known as Mission Lexington
  • Supported  the Special Olympics
  • Supported  the Council on Aging
  • Established  the Child Care Center of Lexington at the Tech Center
  • Established  the Parent Resource Center at Red Bank Elementary
  • Supported  the Association for the Protection of the Elderly
  • Assisted  with MADD/SADD programs of "Prom Promise" at Lexington High School.
  • Established,  promoted and worked the Vital Video Program...a program of a video and finger printing of area children in case of lost or kidnapping of children.
  • Proceeds  from our "Landmark Recipes" (1st printing 1984-85, 2nd printing 1994) purchased furniture for the Lexington Museum and refurbished the Children's Shelter.
  • Hosted  the Russian Women's Basketball Team when they visited Columbia in 1994.  This was in preparation of their appearance in the 1996 Olympics. They were treated to a ballgame in Atlanta, toured our area, met with Mayor and enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
  • Provided  food for the hungry on World Food Day
  • Participated  in the Festival of Trees at Richland Memorial Hospital.

  • Provided  care bags for parents of children in Children's Hospital at Richland Memorial Hospital.
  • Held seasonal  parties at the Hendrix Street Babcock Home for ladies.
  • Participated  and celebrated Arbor Days and Earth Days by planting trees in various locations in our area.
  • Participated  in "Adopt A Family" in the 80's and 90's.
  • In partnership  with the American Cancer Society we helped with The First Lady's Taster's Tea; participated in the "Jail and Bail", and provided models for their Annual Fashion Show.
  • Established  a "Day Lily Garden" and maintained it in the Town of Lexington.  It was later moved to the gardens at Town Hall. We also painted benches and donated a bird bath at the new location.
  • Provided  and hosted refreshments for the Grand Opening of Lexington Town Hall.
  • Held an  "Old Fashion Pounding" for LICS (now Mission Lexington) at Thanksgiving. Holiday  Caroling at Rikard's Nursing Home, now Lexington Extended Care.
  • Have hosted  the receptions for adult GED graduates for over a decade.
  • Participated  in "Adopt A Highway" on Pilgrim Church Road for over a decade.
  • Filed  an audio slide tour of the Lexington Museum entitled "Homespun Heritage."
  • Organized  and provided funds to help build the "Veterans Monument" in the Town of Lexington.
  • Provided  funds for the erection of the K-9 Corps Monument in honor of the dogs in service during wartime.
  • Provided  funds for the "Homework Center" at the Lexington Main Library, including computers and other equipment.
  • Provided  funds and assistance in establishing the ESOL (Support for English Speakers of other Languages) program.
  • Provided  food for workers of Habitat for Humanity.

  • Provided  refreshments for the International Students at USC for decades.
  • Fed participates  and made contributions to Dream Riders.
  • Raised  funds to provide Chef's Aprons for graduates of the Lexington Sheriff's Department's Inmate Culinary Arts Program.
  • Provided  hats, caps and scarves for the women undergoing chemotheraphy.
  • Provided  "Pink Bags of Hope" to patients undergoing chemo treatments at South Carolina Oncology Associates and Lexington Oncology.
  • Provided  landscaping for Lexington Children's Shelter.
  • Provided  art supplies for Art Classes at Lexington District 1 schools.
  • Acknowledged  Teachers, Bus Drivers and Employees of Lexington School District 1 during American Education Week.
  • Provided  scholarships to area students of Lexington School District 1 for decades.  These include those seniors entering the fields of education and medicine. Additional scholarships include the Hugh O'Brian (HOBY) Leadership Program, as well as one to Girl's State.
  • Distributed  new pajamas to three women and children shelters.
  • Provided  funding to establish the Mobile Mammography Unit at Lexington Medical Center to assist those who could not afford a mammogram or those who could go to a location to have one.
  • Funded  the Sexual Trauma of the Midlands and assisted in their Open House events.
  • Supported  and funded the establishment and maintenance of Samaritan's Well.
  • Provided  funds for maintenance of the Central Midlands Transitional Retreat.
  • Provided  funds for the establishment and maintenance of the Chris Myers Children's Home.


Past Events

Golf Tournaments

Adult Education Receptions

Woman of Distinction