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Social Media Coordinator at ByFarr
Chesson is a Columbia native that loves to share her passion about all things local through her writing and photography. She enjoys exploring the South, one craft brewery at a time, with her husband and daughter and running local 5k races. You can spot her behind the lens of a camera, cheering on Clemson, or biking around Kiawah Island. At ByFarr, she creates social media content and works with clients to tell their stories.
There are so many wonderful nonprofits here in Aiken that work tirelessly to make our community a better place.
Aiken Center for the Arts, founded 50 years ago, has provided our community and visitors alike a place to find themselves through art.
At Aiken Equine Rescue, it’s all about giving back new life.
Singer Brooke Lundy and pianist John Vaughn bring rich melodies and classical holiday music to The Willcox each December.
Your dog is part of the family, shouldn’t they get to a enjoy a getaway too?
After several years of working in commercial real estate, Dr. Trey Wofford of Palmetto Vet Calls decided that real estate with its stress and busyness wasn’t where he was meant to be
Since its founding in 2006, Aiken Equine Rescue has become one of the largest equine rescue farms in the southeastern United States.
If you’ve been a fan of the theatre arts in Aiken for any length over time over the last half century, it’s almost a guarantee that you have experienced a production that has included Aiken native Jim Moore’s influence.
It's summertime in Aiken and the weather is prime for grabbing an iced coffee from your favorite local coffee shop or dining out on the patio while live music fills the streets.
At Aiken Equine Rescue there is a simple, yet profound saying about the work that they do. It’s about people helping horses and horses helping people.
Just outside of Aiken, you’ll find one of the most bio-diverse agriculture systems in the state: Woodland Valley Farms.
After making a leap of faith decision to leave his successful commercial real estate brokerage career for vet school at the age of 34, Dr. Trey Wofford knew that he was on the right path to following his true passion of treating and caring for animals.