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  1. Pickleball at Woodside

    Pickleball Play Days!

    The Reserve Club at Woodside Plantation officially opened the only dedicated Pickleball Courts in Aiken on December 18. A group of about 75 people gathered to see the completed courts and watch a demonstration of the fastest growing game in the country. Lorretta and Mike Beckner, who are credited with bringing the sport to Aiken…

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    Aiken Landmark Named in USA Today’s Top 10 Prettiest Streets for a Stroll

    For those familiar with Aiken, it’s likely that if someone asked you to picture the town in your mind, the first image you’d see would be the beautiful arching oaks on South Boundary Street. This living tribute to Aiken’s past has been a local favorite for many, many years, and has captured the attention of…

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    Some days score doesn’t matter

    I grew up competing in golf tournaments throughout the country then played professionally for eight years after college. At that time, golf was always about the score and competition. Now, playing golf is more about the camaraderie with friends. That was the case at last Wednesday’s afternoon group on the Hollow Creek Golf Course or…

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    Aiken Design Center: Building Dream Homes into Reality

    If you’re like most people, the thought of building your own dream home seems at once both exciting and intimidating. On one hand, you have an incredible opportunity to design a home that is perfectly “you,” one that is your dream instead of someone else’s, tailored specifically to your wants and needs, with your personality…

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    Aiken: Your New Hometown, with Elizabeth Harm from the City of Aiken

    Choosing a new home is one of the most pivotal decisions you’ll ever make- you are choosing not only your home, but also your neighbors and, perhaps most importantly, your hometown! Since it’s no rare occurrence for visitors to fall in love with and make their homes in Aiken, I chatted with Elizabeth Harm, Tourism Supervisor for the City of…