Twice a year in the Upstate, deep fried Oreos, boiled peanuts, barbeque, bluegrass and camping synchronize, creating a festival that has gained notoriety and draws in atendees from all over the United States.
The Riverside High cross country teams gave back last week, donating more than 5,000 canned food items to Greer Community Ministries (GCM).
Riverside was one of more than 20 schools participating in a race to raise support for local food banks.
A crowd cheered as 128 athletes from Washington Center made their way through the balloon arches heading out to a day of showing off their athletic abilities. Some of them walked by themselves and some were wheeled through in their chairs, but all of them excitedly waved back to the crowd as they prepared to participate in the 22nd Washington C
Before doves served as military messengers, religions believed them to be messengers of hope and peace and the Holy Ghost. The symbolism of doves holds a long history. They have represented the embodiment of Roman Goddesses, fidelity and purity in Greek, Chinese and European cultures, to name a few.
Audiences attending “Legally Blonde: The Musical” will see different sides to a pair of Greenville Little Theatre regulars. Known primarily for set and technical work behind the scenes, Greer residents Eric Chamness and Lauren Sherr are stepping in front of the curtain for this production.
From the opening credits, the scene unfolds.
A trendy building in the artistic Village of West Greenville. Inside, a lounge area offers food and a bar for guests to enjoy before ducking into one of three screening rooms.
For the past two and a half decades, a familiar group of broadcasters have been bringing Yellow Jacket football to the airwaves in Greer.
By Sam Mazzotta
For The Greer Citizen
It’s been seven decades since Don Owens graduated from Greer High School, but he and several classmates still keep in touch.
The class of 1944 celebrated a milestone last week, holding its 70th reunion at Greer First Baptist Church.
For Owens, the class’ student body president, it was a time to reflect.
Donations continue to come in for the Daily Bread Ministries’ Shelter to Empower People (STEP), a rehabilitation homeless shelter set to break ground on East Poinsett Street on Oct. 1.
Most recently, D & D Motors has help, donating $10,000 to the shelter.