To raise money for charity projects, Upstate Atheists began an out-of-the-box fundraising campaign that allows people to place bids on eBay for an opportunity to take an atheist to church.
Coldwell Banker Caine recently welcomed Holly May and Annell Bailey as residential sales agents to its Greenville office.
Representing Virani Custom Homes by John Bailey, May and Bailey joined in an effort to provide local expertise while marketing The Courtyards on West Georgia Road in Simpsonville, S.C.
After serving Greer for more than 50 years, Gene and Carolyn Jolley are closing the doors of Gene’s Dairy Bar.
“Gene just wants to get out,” Carolyn said.
Lyman officials say the town has acquired $513,000 in assets without acquiring any debt through use of grants and hospitality tax.
“Since the last budget we have increased the assets for the Town of Lyman by over half a million dollars with no debt,” said Mayor Rodney Turner.
Kenny and Keri Skipper thought they would be spending Christmas in the delivery room. That special moment, which the couple had experienced once before during the birth of their daughter, Avery, would not come for another seven days. “It’s been a long week,” the relieved mother said while holding her newborn last Wednesday afternoon.
A busy 2013 has come to a close, and the Greer area has seen substantial growth. The city and its surrounding communities have had quite the story to tell over the past year and listed below are a few of the highlights.
Since becoming director of Faces and Voices of Recovery (FAVOR) Greenville in July, Rich Jones has been very busy.
Now, in addition to the workshops, training sessions and other programs offered at the non-profit’s Woodruff Road office, Jones has launched a program for children of parents in recovery.
With the Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) raising facility charges and the electricity rate in 2014, bills could be tighter. For some folks, however, there is no extra money in their budget.
Three promoted at Greer State Bank
Greer State Bank has promoted three of its own, naming John Hobbs senior vice president and chief risk officer; Scott Presley as senior vice president, construction lending manager; and Angela Lynn as banking officer.