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    The Reserve Club at Woodside Hosts its Annual Colors of Hope Tournament

    The Reserve Club at Woodside’s Women’s Golf Association sponsors the “Colors of Hope” tournament each year to raise funds for the local charity CanHope, an organization dedicated to supporting local men and women in their fight against cancer. This annual event combines golf, tennis and pickle ball tournaments with auctions and celebrations to encourage members…

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    The Village at Woodside Welcomes Two New Restaurants

    Conveniently located at one of Woodside’s gated community entrances, The Village at Woodside is an exceptional community amenity, where you can work, eat and play in a neotraditional neighborhood setting. Over the course of the past six months, locally-owned eateries Roma Italian Restaurant and AnShu Asian Cafe have opened their doors to Aiken residents, and…

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    New Outdoor Shopping Mall and Event Venue Coming to Woodside’s East Gate

    Shopping in Aiken has always been a favorite feature of this special Southern town, which maintains equal parts historic charm and modern amenities. From the upscale eclectic boutiques in Aiken’s vibrant downtown, to the national retail stores located less than one mile from Woodside’s east gate, the large array of options available is one of…

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    Troon Joins the Woodside Family

    The Reserve Club at Woodside recently announced that it has selected distinguished club management company Troon Privé to help take its events, food and beverage experience, and service to the next level. The Woodside family is proud to welcome Troon, and is excited about the value that this partnership will add to new and existing…

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    Woodside Earns the Firewise Recognition Certification

    In the fall of 2014, the dedicated members of the Woodside Property Owner’s Association reached out to the South Carolina Forestry Commission in an effort to ensure our lush, wooded grounds were being maintained with the utmost care. It was then that Woodside was introduced to the National Forestry Commission’s Firewise Recognition Program, and began…

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    Woodside Residents Featured in Carolina Living Magazine

    Few towns in the Southeast offer more gracious charm than Aiken, South Carolina. Take a relaxing stroll through Aiken’s tree-lined streets, and you’re likely to see thoroughbred horses, friendly faces and an enticing array of shops and restaurants. Referred to by the writers of Carolina Living magazine in their latest issue as “the kind of…

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    Southern Living and Woodside: An Inspired Partnership

    Woodside was incredibly honored to announce its partnership with the nationally-recognized and longtime trusted brand Southern Living at a special V.I.P. launch party on March 10. After having been hand-picked by the magazine’s editors to join 16 other communities nationwide in its Inspired Communities program, Woodside celebrated in style at The Reserve Club: Says Southern Living Marketing Director Kristen…

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    New Racquet Sports Program at The Reserve Club!

    The Reserve Club is proud to introduce our new Director of Tennis, Andrew Burrow. He brings a wealth of experience and is excited about his new opportunity here. Andrew will be responsible for all tennis and pickleball activities and will help build our tennis program to the elite level our members deserve. Andrew brings to…

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    The Cost of Living in South Carolina Is Excellent, Especially in Aiken

    Aiken, South Carolina has long been one of the country’s most beloved cities, but did you know it’s also one of its most affordable? By relocating to this award-winning master-planned community from the Northeast, the Midwest, Florida or other parts of the country, you’re likely to see a significant decrease in your annual cost of…