Midlands area people & achievements
10/21/2012 12:00 AM
10/19/2012 6:09 PM
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Tim Peters, executive chef of Motor Supply Co. Bistro, has been chosen to join Executive Chef William Dissen’s all-star culinary team for an Outstanding in the Field dinner, which honors local farmers and food artisans.
The Mental Illness Recovery Center Inc. has been accredited for a period of three years for its Supportive Living Program by CARF International.
Pinkney Beal, Garret McNerney, Sam Davis, Brett Earp and Bishop Herman Yoos have been named to the Home Works of America Columbia Advisory Board.
The Cultural Council of Richland and Lexington Counties have awarded select organizations with arts awards including Columbia City Jazz Dance Company, education; 701 Center for Contemporary Art, inspiration; Pocket Productions, innovation; and Opera-tunity Foundation, collaboration.
Legree Oswald has been appointed South Carolina state director of American Legion Baseball.
Rev. Dr. W. Stewart Rawson has been named director of development for Still Hopes Episcopal Retirement Community.
Reed Mattingly, owner of Rainbow International, has been named recipient of the Market Penetration, Excellence in Leadership and Top Gun awards.
Bruce J. Pope, a financial representative of Northwestern Mutual in Columbia, has qualified for the NAIFA Quality Award from the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.
H. Lee Carter III of Armstrong Wealth Management Group has been awarded a Certified in Long-Term Care Professional degree.
Mark D. Cauthen, a partner in McKay, Cauthen, Settana & Stubley, has been awarded the AV Preeimenent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings.
David J. Tigges, managing shareholder and CEO of McNair Law Firm PA, has been appointed to the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
John T. Lay, an attorney with Gallivan, White & Boyd PA, has been elected to the International Association of Defense Counsel Board of Directors.
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