Greer Station selling
Greer Station, located at 111B S. Main St., Greer, is selling 2013 Greer Station ornaments, the “A Taste of Greer Station” cookbook and will soon have a Greer Station discount card for 2014. Each item costs $10.
For more information call 416-0125.
Greer Station selling
There is a price for everything. Over the years, I’ve learned it over and over again.
Just in time for the holidays, Greer Community Ministries received a large gift.
The Blue Ridge Middle School student council coordinated a canned food drive and fundraiser for local food pantries.
“Oh my goodness. We got some cans,” said Cindy Simpler, Greer Community Ministries executive director.
Each December, Mark White becomes the embodiment of Santa Claus, bringing to life the faith and magic of Christmas for adults and children alike. But, White’s transition into St. Nick began unexpectedly.
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The commission passed its budget for 2014, which includes increases in facilities charges. Electric rates will increase seven percent.
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Jason McCreary, accountability and quality assurance director, presented the board of trustees with the most recent graduation rates.
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Britt gave the city’s annual audit during the Dec. 11 Greer City Council meeting.
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