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Many restaurants (or other businesses) have a policy that all tips received are put into a pool to be shared by all employees including cooks, dishwashers, etc. Many smaller establishments have a tip jar on the counter where customers place tips and the tips are then shared by every employee. READ MORE >>

Recently a longtime friend passed away. He was 93 years old. I first met him in 1965 at North Carolina State University where he was an English professor and I was a freshman taking English class. He lived in Charleston and so he would give me rides back and forth at holiday time. READ MORE >>

At a luncheon on Wednesday, November 5,  Sertoma Club of Charleston President Danny Gilbert presented donations to various charities. These donations were made possible from funds raised during the 2014 C. T. Lowndes & Company Sertoma High School Football Classic, held last August at Johnson Hagood Stadium on the campus of the Citadel. READ MORE >>

  Here are some answers to questions you may have. But be sure to understand that all insurance policies are not alike and you must read your policy and/or speak to your agent to determine your exact coverages.   First of all, is an earthquake a real threat in the Charleston area? READ MORE >>

Everyone loves a ride in a limousine! And how long will those stretch limousines get!? Have you ever wondered as to the origin of the word “limousine”?   The first automobile limousine was built in 1902 and was originally an enclosed automobile with open driver's seat. READ MORE >>

  To some extent, the insurance portfolio for a church is similar to insurance required by any commercial business. On the other hand, churches have very specific needs uncommon to other types of risks.   Churches need property insurance for the church building itself plus separate buildings such as a parish hall or rectory. READ MORE >>

Are You Due a Refund on your Flood Insurance Policy? The Grimm-Waters Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act , passed by the Senate and House of Representatives on March 13, 2014 and signed into Law by President Obama on March 21, 2014, reverses some of the sections of the Biggert-Waters Flood Reform Act of 2012 (BW-12). READ MORE >>

The Sertoma Club of Charleston, at a luncheon meeting on Nov 6, announced that the 2013 Classic was a great success. Club President Debbie McKelvey presented checks to several local charities— Windward Family Services, MUSC Craniofacial Anomalies and Cleft Palate Center, Camp Happy Days, Ro... READ MORE >>

The kickoff event for the Sertoma High School Football Classic was held on Thursday, July 18. Cheerleaders from ten participating high school teams gathered at Riverbank Park in North Charleston for music and food and fun. The girls danced the afternoon away and sang karaoke. READ MORE >>

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