Chapters are an integral part of SCACPA. Each regional chapter is an affiliate of the association, and exists to facilitate networking and educational opportunities tailored for its members.

Chapters play a vital role in the continuing recruitment of new members to the association. They also act as vehicles for developing relationships with area legislators, regulators, and other professionals. Every chapter is responsible to the association’s Board of Directors, and is included in the association’s annual financial audit.

As a member of SCACPA, you are invited to join one of our eight regional chapters. You are eligible to join the chapter in which you live or work, but you may only be a member of one chapter at a time.

If you are already a member of SCACPA and would like to join your local chapter, or for additional information regarding chapter events and benefits, please contact Chris Jenkins.

The Catawba Chapter serves members living or working in Chester, Lancaster, and York counties.

Chapter Officers

The Central Chapter serves members living or working Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Calhoun, Edgefield, Fairfield, Kershaw, Lexington, McCormick, Newberry, Orangeburg, Richland, Saluda, and Sumter counties.

Central Chapter Officers


  • Aug. 23 – Family Night Out with the Fireflies

The Coastal Chapter serves members living in Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Hampton and Jasper counties.

Coastal Chapter Officers

The Foothills Chapter serves members living in Cherokee, Union, and Spartanburg counties.

Foothills Chapter Officers

The Grand Strand Chapters serves members living or working Georgetown and Horry counties.

Grand Strand Chapter Officers

The Pee Dee Chapter serves members living or working in Chesterfield, Clarendon, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Lee, Marion, Marlboro, and Williamsburg counties.

Pee Dee Chapter Officers

The Piedmont Chapter serves members living or working in Abbeville, Anderson, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Oconee, and Pickens counties.

Piedmont Chapter Officers

The Sea Island Chapter serves members who live or work in Beaufort county. 

Sea Island Chapter Officers

Being active in your community is fruitful for the soul and the greater good. Chapter socials are a great way to get involved in your local physical community, as well as the professional community – your fellow CPAs. You can never know too many people, have too many friends, or volunteer too often. See what’s going on in your local Chapter below!


October 11 – Chapter Social 

Get to know and connect with your fellow Catawba SCACPA Chapter members or come to find out more about SCACPA and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a drink on us. Also, be a voice in helping us set chapter goals for the coming year.

October 19 – Junior Achievement Symposium

Think you might be interested in a career in the fields of accounting or finance? If so, join us for this interactive event that will cover topics such as the time value of money, budgeting and more. You won’t want to miss this important educational opportunity.

November 28 – After CPE Social


October 11 – BBQ, Oyster Roast & Annual Meeting

Oysters, BBQ and beer – honestly, what more could you ask for? Central Chapter members are invited to attend Central Chapter’s BBQ & Oyster Roast on Thursday, October 11 at City Roots of Columbia where registration opens at 5:45pm. Between the fun and food, the Central Chapter’s Annual Meeting will also be included in the festivities. Members can bring a guest for $20.


October 25 – Beach Sweep & Happy Hour

CPAs make a positive difference in their communities in many ways. Come join your fellow SCACPA Coastal Chapter members for a day of hands-on service and help make a visible difference in on Sullivan’s Island Beach by sweeping the beach. Meet at Station 22 where garbage bags and rubber gloves will be provided. After the sweep, join your colleagues for Happy Hour at Dunleavy’s Pub for appetizers and two free drinks. All registrations received prior to Oct. 11 will include a CPA Day of Giving Beach Sweep t-shirt.

October 31 – Lunch & Learn: 1031 Opportunities

The first of a 4 part Lunch & Learn series, Scott Wells, CFP, will present a one hour program on new and improved 1031 opportunities. The event will begin at 11:30am, with lunch being served at 11:45am. The presentation will begin at noon and will go until 1:00pm.


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Grand Strand

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Pee Dee

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October 6 – Fall Family Fest at the Farm

Join your Piedmont chapter SCACPA colleagues at Beechwood Farms on Saturday, Oct. 6, for barbecue, hayrides and ice cream. And even take home a free pumpkin when you leave! This will be a day of family fun and networking you won’t want to miss.
* Your $10 advance registration fee will be refunded upon arrival.

Sea Island

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