- Labor Day Must Haves
- Great Job Ideas for Your High School Student
- Top 5 Things To Do After Retirement
- A Handwritten Note Can Go a Long Way
- July 4th Celebrations From the LowCountry to the Grand Strand
- In The Spotlight: Joan Baird
- Eyes From Around The World Are On Brazil
- Get Schooled on Email Etiquette from CresCom University
- A Former Marine Pilot Who Still Has His Eye On The Sky
- Memorial Weekend Travel Tips
Labor Day marks the official end of summer, even though the heat sticks around a little while longer. The kids are back to school and fall is just around the corner, but a long weekend is always something to celebrate! To make the most of your holiday, here are some must-haves for your Labor Day festivities.
Since school is now back in session, this is a good time for your high school student to start learning some responsibility. We compiled a list of jobs your high school student can benefit from for years to come!
Whether you are close to retirement or years from it, we understand the importance of planning for the future. Many people will retire this year and will need something to do in place of heading out the door to work each morning. We compiled a list of smart ways to pass the time after retirement.
Communication has changed greatly over the years, but handwritten notes should never go out of style! We discussed why writing down your thoughts with pen and paper can be more beneficial for you.
Sport your Red, White, and Blue this Friday for July 4th and head on over to one of our choices for a great fireworks show near you!
Joan Baird, branch manager on James Island, rowed to remember those in her life who battled with, lost to and survived cancer. But she didn’t do it alone.
Eyes from around the world are on Brazil as the FIFA World Cup is set to begin June 12, 2014.
As you are probably aware, E-mail messaging now exceeds telephone traffic and is the dominant form of business communication. Most of us spend several hours on email! With that said, there are certain professional standards expected for e-mail use.
Joe Caruso, senior loan officer at the CresCom branch in Summerville, is a former Marine pilot who still has his eye on the sky. “It all started when I read the Post and Courier one Sunday morning,” he says, “about the creation of a new exhibit at Patriots Point to feature a new aircraft addition: a CH-46 Sea Knight, which I’d flown in the Vietnam War.”
While you’ve probably been worrying about the weather for Memorial Day weekend, we’ve been worrying about your wallet.