Abbey Barnwell was crowned Homecoming Queen at Blue Ridge’s game against Liberty last week. She was escorted by her father, Larry Barnwell.
Operation Dry Baby
Bottoms kicked off
Operation Dry Baby Bottoms is a month diaper drive to collect 1,000,000 diapers for Upstate babies and families being affected by Diaper Need.
Diaper Need is the inadequate supply of diapers to keep a baby clean, dry and health.
The Club also selected the yard of Jeri Culpepper at Foxfield Way for the September Residential Yard of the Month.
The Primrose Garden Club selected Family Dental Health Care of Greer as the Business Yard of the Month. Pictured is Sarah Wyrick, DMD at the business location on Wade Hampton Boulevard.
The 11th annual Benson OctoberFAST benefiting Greer Community Ministries (GCM) is Saturday, Oct. 14, at Greer First Baptist Church.
The event features a 5K run/walk at 8 a.m. and a Classic Car Show hosted by the S. C. Region of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) from noon to 4 p.m.
Thirty-one new members will be participating in the Leadership Greer Class 38.
With the introduction of new members at the First Friday Luncheon last week, Mark Owens, President and CEO of the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce, recognized Stomping Grounds Owner Lisa Garland with this year’s outstanding leadership award.
The Greer Rotary club will be decorating a tree in Greer City Park this week in remembrance of the lives lost on September 11, 2001.
The Stars of Hope project, which began in 2007, is designed to show appreciation to firefighters, police officers and other emergency responders.
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster believes the state is poised for more growth and future success thanks to assets right here in Greer.
A woman was hit and killed by a train in Greer last Saturday morning, according to police.
The incident took place on the Norfolk-Southern tracks in the area of S. Line Street and Moore Street at around 6:08 a.m. Tina Yvonne Robinson, 60, was pronounced dead on scene.
After a Category 3 hurricane devastated parts of Texas at the end of August, killing more than 50 people, local entities have stepped up to provide relief.