Two Bob Jones University students from the Greenville area were given “ADDY” awards for Creative Excellence by the Greenville chapter of the American Advertising Federation.
‘Golden Hearts’ events
at Apalache Baptist
The senior adults at Apalache Baptist Church have scheduled a shopping trip March 18 to Hamrick’s in Gaffney. The group will eat lunch at Arby’s in Lyman.
Golden Hearts events
at Apalache Baptist
A covered dish supper is planned for March 11 at Apalache Baptist Church Christian Life Center (CLC) at 6 p.m. The guest speaker will be Pat Stephens. Seniors will hear Pat’s testimony.
Alicia Clayton loves selling Scentsy products, but the sales she makes from now until March 25 are especially important to the kids at Praise Cathedral, who will receive Clayton’s commission as part of their fundraising for Carolina KidsFest 2014.
The Dick Brooks Honda Meals on Wheels Invitational golf tournament has opened registration for the May 9 event at Greer Country Club.
The 17th annual tournament benefits Greer Community Ministries.
November and December seem to be the typical months when churches, schools and other organizations promote food drives to help the hungry. After all, Thanksgiving and Christmas are two of the biggest meal-related holidays.
Black History Month Celebration
The TLC Circle of the United Methodist Women, an organization of Disciples United Methodist Church (DUMC), located in Greenville, will host the Claflin University Concert Choir from 2-6 p.m. March 2 at the church, 185 Riley Smith Road.
Liberty Hill Methodist hosting Dinner theater
Liberty Hill Methodist Church, located at 301 Liberty Hill Road, Greer, will be having a dinner theater on Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. Donations will be taken for the mission summer trip.
Please contact 979-6870 or visit
Chris Wilson and Adrian Edwards love to get together to play a few rounds of golf, but the two friends have found a way to take their passion for the sport and their love for Christ, and combine them into a new ministry, “One Fear Sports,” where they are “playing with a purpose, pursuing a passion.”
Offering free food
The Bread of Life Food Pantry at Ebenezer Welcome Baptist Church, 4005 Highway 414, Landrum, is open on Thursdays from 2-4 p.m.
The pantry is open to families in need of assistance. Photo ID is required. For more information, call 895-1461.