Snowflakes fell from the ceiling of the kindergarten hall. Knee-high Snow Queen Elsa and Anna characters welcomed students into the classroom. And children and teachers sported purple clothing and ‘Frozen’ costumes last Friday at Mountain View Elementary.
Hundreds of participants gathered on Saturday for the first Bella’s Run for Hope 5K in support of Bella Muntean Angel Heart of Hope Ministry.
Fire Chief Dorian Flowers has made quite the impact since arriving in Greer in 2015.
Last Saturday, North Greenville University’s Health Science program hosted a Health Science Medical Missions 5K on the school’s Tigerville campus. The event will benefit an upcoming trip to Nicaragua.
Donations were accepted for hygiene items that will be offered to the people of Nicaragua.
After more than 15 years of serving at the Greer Soup Kitchen, Gail and Ron Eanes decided to take action against hunger needs in the District Five community.
With their sights set on Wellford, Lyman, Duncan, Startex and Jackson, the couple started Breaking Bread for Jesus.
Stacy Mills of Taylors, who has been involved with Whole Fitness, is now teaching a senior class at Peoples Baptist Church.
Witness Fitness, which are classes geared toward those who are 55 years old and up, combines fitness and the teachings of Christ.
It’s no coincidence that Bella’s Run for Hope 5K is happening on Sept. 14.
A stroller workout class is coming to Greer City Park.
The new program comes courtesy of Jenn Mair, who started Whole Fitness a few years ago with morning classes meeting on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday and evening classes Tuesday and Thursday at Riverside Baptist Church.
There are so many things I want to say about my 13-year-old cousin, Carly Carter, but I haven’t been able to find the words. Even sitting down to write this now is incredibly difficult. It feels wrong. It wouldn’t be honest, though, for me to talk about anything else. She’s all I can think about. So here goes.
Greer’s Kamryn Mathis is the nation’s new USA National Princess 2019.
The 9-year-old Skyland Elementary fourth grader took home the national title and the title of Supermodel this summer. Mathis also placed second in Covergirl and Casual Wear competitions.