Big Apple Award Goes to Columbia Home & Garden

October 21, 2010

Columbia Home & Garden publisher Lorri-Ann Carter and writer William Thrift accept the Big Apple Award at the annual meeting of Historic Columbia Foundation held at the Robert Mills House and Gardens.

Historic Columbia Foundation presented the Big Apple Award to Columbia Home & Garden magazine at the organization’s annual meeting held at the Robert Mills House and Gardens. The Big Apple is presented to individuals and organizations in recognition of significant news coverage of a preservation issue or an important event in the history of Columbia or Richland counties.

The awards program was instituted to recognize organizations and individuals who demonstrate excellence in preserving the history of Columbia and Richland counties. The awards are named for individuals and activities associated with local history including Celia Mann, Ainsley Hall, Woodrow Wilson, Helen Kohn Hennig, and the Big Apple.

Additional Information:

Historic Columbia Foundation website

Midlands Biz Coverage

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