Oktoberfest will return to downtown Greer this year following a rain-out in 2015.
Oktoberfest is returning to downtown Greer this fall with a unique, German flavor. The Greer State Bank Greer Station Oktoberfest, presented by Warsteiner, will invade Greer’s Trade Street from noon-10 p.m. on Oct. 1, offering a number of vendors and live entertainment.
From left: Greer Mayor Rick Danner, Jim Boyd, commercial lending manager for Greer State Bank, and Kelly and Keith Herringshaw broke ground on Concrete Connection last Thursday at 177 Brookshire Road in Greer.
Concrete Connection broke ground on a new facility last Thursday, marking another step in Greer’s continued development. The company will construct a 10,000-square-foot building at 177 Brookshire Road.
Eastside is now 2-2 on the year after defeating Southside on Friday night.
It was all Eastside on Friday night, as the Eagles punished Southside, 49-0, for their second win of the season. Eastside was led by quarterback Jordan Morgan on offense, who threw two touchdowns and ran for another, racking up more than 250 yards passing.
Quay White leaped for a touchdown during Greer's win over Woodruff last Friday night on the road. The Jackets are now on a three-game win streak.
The Yellow Jackets took some punches Friday night, but did not fold on the road, holding on to defeat Woodruff, 24-21, in a nonconference battle. With his team now on a three-game win streak, Greer head coach Will Young said the Jackets have been coming through in the clutch.
Jared Emerson painted Skyla Frocier's portrait in front of Mountain View Elementary School last Friday.
A local school is fighting alongside children who have cancer. “We’re a very strong community,” said Jennifer Gibson, principal of Mountain View Elementary School. “What I like to see is just the kids and how they really care. This is important to them.”
Brian Stanton, owner of McAbee Tractor & Turf Equipment, gave 16-year-old Daniel Moran a new chainsaw last Tuesday.
Daniel Moran, 16, earned money for five months by working with a chiropractor to purchase a chainsaw this past summer. “I wanted to learn how to use it,” Daniel Moran said, “and also we had trees around our house that needed to be cut down…and help other people too.”
Oktoberfest will return to downtown Greer this year following a rain-out in 2015.
From left: Greer Mayor Rick Danner, Jim Boyd, commercial lending manager for Greer State Bank, and Kelly and Keith Herringshaw broke ground on Concrete Connection last Thursday at 177 Brookshire Road in Greer.
Eastside is now 2-2 on the year after defeating Southside on Friday night.
Quay White leaped for a touchdown during Greer's win over Woodruff last Friday night on the road. The Jackets are now on a three-game win streak.
Jared Emerson painted Skyla Frocier's portrait in front of Mountain View Elementary School last Friday.
Brian Stanton, owner of McAbee Tractor & Turf Equipment, gave 16-year-old Daniel Moran a new chainsaw last Tuesday.

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Thelma C. Stone

Thelma Cothran Stone joined her beloved husband to walk the streets of gold on Wednesday, September 7, 2016.  She was at home and in the arms of her loving daughter and her grand dog Tripper.

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