Bill Mooneyhan

Room at Savage Craft Ale Works named after Bill Mooneyhan a year after his passing

Bill Mooneyhan Sr. was a civic catalyst for the City of West Columbia. He envisioned the historic Brookland City Hall, a place where his kin before him had served for decades, as a potential museum. The building, at 430 Center St., has been transformed into the highly successful Savage Craft Ale Works, a showplace and […]

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Mooneyhan, Dominion offer tips on how to prepare car and home for winter weather

Prepare for more winter weather. It’s December and West Columbia has been hit with temperatures in the 20s already. There are steps you can take to avoid problems with your vehicle and lower your heating costs. There are two main things that need to be checked on your vehicle in the event of cold weather,” […]

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The late Bill Mooneyhan honored for his service by the Cayce-West Columbia Lions

Bill Mooneyhan Sr. passed away unexpectedly in late February. As a member of the Cayce-West Columbia Lions Club, he was a dedicated volunteer, going into Lexington Two schools and administering eye exams to help make sure all students could see well enough to be at their best as learners. The family of the late Bill […]

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Taste on the River sold most tickets ever

The West Columbia Beautification Foundation’s Taste on the River was a rousing success. It was held last Tuesday at Stone River.  “We are thrilled with the response and the support of the community,” said Kathy Whetzel, chairwoman of the West Columbia Beautification Foundation. It was the fifth year of Taste on the River and Whetzel […]

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Taste on the Congaree River draws capacity crowd, with a tribute to Bill Mooneyhan

The Stone River events venue at the West Columbia Riverwalk was packed, Tuesday. “We are very pleased with the response of the community,” said Kathy Whetzel, WCBF chairwoman. “This is a wonderful evening.” It was the fifth Annual Taste on the River to benefit the West Columbia Beautification Foundation. The “Taste” included a tribute to […]

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Taste on the River is Tuesday, in memory of Bill Mooneyhan – Get your ticket

Taste on the River is one of the top social occasions of the year. It’s a benefit for the West Columbia Beautification Foundation. The 5th Annual Taste on the River, featuring the area’s best restaurants, is Tuesday, June 8, from 6-to-9 p.m., at Stone River in West Columbia.   To purchase tickets click on: bit.ly/TOTR2021 “We are anticipating […]

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Get a discount on Taste on the River tickets until Monday; Bill Mooneyhan Memorial

The 5th Annual Taste on the River, featuring the area’s best restaurants, is Tuesday, June 8, 6-9 PM, at Stone River. This year’s event is in memory of Bill Mooneyhan, who passed away earlier this year. He was an active civic leader and member of the West Columbia Beautification Foundation, the Taste on the River […]

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Remembering Bill Mooneyhan on the day of his funeral

By Terry Ward – WestMetroNews – I’ve searched for a way to deal with the loss of my good friend, Bill Mooneyhan who passed away last Saturday. His funeral is at 2 p.m. Friday at Providence Presbyterian Church, Hummingbird Drive, West Columbia. The death of Bill is not only my loss, but a loss to […]

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