About Orangeburg, SC From the Web…
“The City of Orangeburg was founded by an Indian trader named George Sterling in 1704. The town was named in honor of William IV, Prince of Orange the husband of Princess Anne daughter of George II of England. The City of Orangeburg was incorporated in 1883. It encompasses approximately 8.5 square miles and boasts a population of 13,563 citizens, according to the US Census Bureau’s 2006 estimates. Thats an increase from 12,765 citizens from the 2000 census.”
“Today, Orangeburg serves as the county seat. It is the most populated city in the county. Arts and entertainment are important to the citizens of Orangeburg. The Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center, located in the Edisto Memorial Gardens, offers classes, workshops and performances for the community.”
We serve the following cities:
Orangeburg, Cayce, Columbia, West Columbia, Forest Acres, Dentsville, Lexington, Sumter, Irmo, Aiken, Summerville, Ladson, Goose Creek, Hanahan, North Charleston, and Newberry.
We serve the following counties:
Orangeburg, Calhoun, Clarendon, Berkeley, Dorchester, Colleton, Bamberg, Barnwell, Aiken, and Lexington.