JLG’s LBDI earned over $25,000
The Junior League of Greenville, Inc.’s (JLG) third annual Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) earned over $25,000 in a single week in an effort to raise awareness and funds for women’s economic mobility and the fight against human trafficking in the Upstate.
GSP President and CEO Dave Edwards told the Greer Development Corporation the airport is evaluating its sponsorship of the annual BMW Charity Pro-Am last Thursday.
GDC Executive Director Reno Deaton discussed continued participation in the event, which is held at Thornblade Club each spring.
Passengers flying out of GSP are being warned that parking is currently in high demand.
The airport has opened its overflow parking lot on Service Center Road to provide an additional 225 spaces for travelers.
Minnesota’s “Cannonball” Paul and his wife, Bookworm Bonnie, will bring train music and classic to downtown Greer this Saturday during the City of Greer’s annual Railfest event.
The festival will go from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Greer City Park.
Local law enforcement agencies partnered with BMW last week to conduct an active shooter training at the manufacturer’s 70,000-square-foot battery assembly building off Brockman-McClimon Road in Greer.
Morgan Ayala and Brianna Morgan are the champions of the inaugural Great Greer Bake Off.
The event, which turned into a “cupcake war” of sorts, took place over the weekend at downtown Greer’s Plate 108. It was organized to raise money for Make-A-Wish.
City officials are working to develop a capital improvement program that would bring repairs to a number of roads in the Greer area.
A rash of uncorroborated threats at area schools has had local law enforcement and school administration officials on alert over the past few weeks.
The latest incident took place last Wednesday, when a student at Byrnes High School alerted administrators about a potential threat on social media.