The Official S.C. Hall of Fame is located in the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, where attendees are able to learn more about all past inductees.
Below is some information on the 2015 inductees:
Darla Dee Moore is a native of Lake City. She is a partner with the private investment firm Rainwater, Inc., and has given millions of dollars in gifts to institutions that benefit the public. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Moore was making more money than many others investors in the industry. This led Fortune Magazine to name Moore one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business in 1998.
Susan Pringle Frost (Jan. 21, 1873 - Oct. 6, 1960) was a Charleston native. She became actively involved in women's club work and the women's suffrage movement. Frost was the first president of the Charleston Equal Suffrage League. She also founded what became the Preservation Society of Charleston, and was an early advocate of zoning to preserve old iron and woodwork.
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About the South Carolina Hall of Fame
The South Carolina Hall of Fame-dedicated Feb. 11, 1973, by Gov. John C. West-was created to recognize and honor those contemporary and past citizens who have made outstanding contributions to South Carolina's heritage and progress. On Sept. 21, 2001, Gov. Jim Hodges signed into law a bill designating the South Carolina Hall of Fame as the state's official Hall of Fame.