A year ago, the Greer Campus of Greenville Technical College became the “Benson Campus,” honoring Jim and Evelyn Benson and their donation to the college.
Brushy Creek students donate to Giving Tree
Brushy Creek Elementary and the Beta Club are sponsoring The Giving Tree for the Salvation Army.
Students can bring unwrapped age-appropriate gifts for children ages 4-12. Collections will be received now through Dec. 4.
Greer High students win art competitions
Greer High art students recently placed in the City of Greer “Giving Thanks” competition.
Ryan McCullough received first place; Madison Calvert took third place; and Alexis Anderson placed fourth.
Two newcomers have been added to the Spartanburg School District 5 school board after last week’s elections.
Jeff Proper will occupy one of the District 5 seats left vacant by trustee Patrick Jarrett, who did not seek reelection.
Junior ROTC Air Force cadets at Blue Ridge High earned recognition after attaining an “exceeds standards” rating during a recent evaluation.
Instructors are giving the praise to the cadets.
The Middle Tyger Community Center (MTCC) announced today a $2,500 grant from Wells Fargo to support family literacy programs.
The Fall 4 GMC (Greer Middle College) 5K run/walk is set for Saturday, Nov. 14 at 9 a.m.
The race, which will take place at 1 Century Place in Greer, will be certified and will offer prizes to top finishers. It is sponsored by Breakaway Honda.