Several area high schools crowned pageant winners last week.
While standing in her crib at the age of 3, Anna Brown failed to respond to her mother’s voice or repeatedly calling her name.
Anna Brown garnered applause from an enthusiastic audience last Saturday night at Greer High School, as she was crowned Miss Greater Greer 2015.
Brown joins Emma Kate Rhymer, who was given the title of Miss Greater Greer Teen after impressing judges: Jonathan Bedenbaugh, Kandi Hogue, Erin Henderson, Tracy Hammerle and Robin Aiken.
Miss Greater Greer Contestants
School: Senior at Greer High School
Future: Plans to become a Physical Therapist
Platform: Reducing Childhood Obesity in South Carolina
Talent: Vocal performance
It’s the end of an era at North Greenville University.
University officials announced last week that its president, Dr. James B. Epting would be stepping down in May, retiring after a spring semester sabbatical.
Epting has served at North Greenville for 23 years.
Greer lost a great friend and advocate when Bonita Smith “Bunny” Richardson passed away on New Year’s Eve.
Residents gathered at Victor Gym and Victor Park last Saturday to shed some pounds and feed children as part of the 90-day Body by Vi Challenge.
The challenge, instructed locally by DJ Jordan, is an international challenge that encourages people to loose 10 pounds in 90 days to feed individuals in need.
Each year, The Greer Citizen tries to bring readers an interesting perspective on folks right here in the community. Living in Greer means getting to know your neighbor, and there are plenty of stories to tell. The following is a look back at some of the most interesting things going on in the community in 2014.
Friday night, the Christmas spirit was all around at Victor Gym as Creative Advancement Centers students participated in their annual Christmas program.
Students performed the nativity play, read Christmas poems and sang Christmas classics, all the while eyeing a pile of presents donated to the center.
The spirit of Christmas was brought to life for residents at Midway Residential Care last Thursday when students from Wellford Academy of Science and Technology delivered handmade cards and sang carols.