A Greer native has retired from the Georgia Air National Guard after 36 years of military service.
The Byrnes High School F.I.G.H.T. club has taken on a new challenge.
During the 2017 LifePoint Race For Life, the club partnered with Keyshun Suitt, a senior at Byrnes, to run in honor of his aunt, Barbara Pettaway, who underwent a kidney transplant.
Middle Tyger Community Center will host its inaugural Windows of Compassion event from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, at Pacific Place, located at 59 Groce Road, Lyman.
“History of a community like this is made up by the people in the community.”
Those were the words of Taylors TownSquare President Alex Reynolds, who recently led a panel discussion with Keith Cunningham, Ann Henson and Jay Martin regarding the history of Taylors.
Saved by the Heart held its sixth annual Soiree last Friday at Grace Hall.
This year’s theme was “Staying Alive! That 70s Party,” which included “best dressed” and “dance” contests.
The fundraiser benefits rescued pets and pet-friendly community programs in the Upstate South Carolina.
After 15 years of service at Buena Vista Elementary, Principal Ann Mohr is planning to retire at the end of the school year.
Dave Burgess is set to take over the position on July 1, following Mohr’s retirement.
Ashley Brickner, who discovered her talent at the age of eight, recently brought The Drawing Den to Stomping Grounds in Greer.
The Drawing Den, which takes place from 7-8:30 p.m. every Monday night, is a free way for local art enthusiasts to show off their talent.
Buena Vista Elementary held its sixth annual Boosterthon Fun Run last Friday, concluding a nine-day program to raise funds to complete the school’s playground and inspire healthy living.
Greer Relay for Life hoping to “De-Rail Cancer” in 2017, as the annual event takes on a change of scenery.
The American Cancer Society’s annual fundraiser is set for May 19 at Greer City Park, with a goal of raising $85,000 for cancer research.
The event had been held at Dooley Field in prior years.
Spending summer vacation traveling abroad can be quite expensive, and many families can only dream of experiencing other cultures. But thanks to Student Exchange, many people can now experience other cultures just by being a host to an exchange student for a few weeks in June and July.