Players and coaches from Clemson University, the Greenville Griffins and South Greenville Rugby are partnering with the City of Greer on April 24 to hold a “Try Rugby Camp” that will teach youth the basics of the game and showcase the reason for its current popularity.
Columns & Letters
Who hasn’t been spending more time at home lately? Many families have perfected the balance of managing a household in which kids may be engaged in virtual learning while Mom and Dad are putting in a full day’s work from the home office. At several points during the day, families need to recharge.
Family Dollar recently celebrated a Grand Re-opening at 1016 S. Main Street, Greer, following a renovation.
The store will now include $1 Dollar Tree merchandise, additional freezers and coolers and an expanded selection of food, beauty and essentials, household products and seasonal items.
To the editor,
Our upcoming virtual “Celebration” fundraising event for Angel Heart of Hope runs Friday, March 26 through March 28.
We would like to express a “special thanks” to everyone who helped make this event possible.
Beth Meller, of Greer, is the winner of The Greer Citizen’s Church Steeple Contest.
The contest asked participants to identify steeples from 32 local churches and submit correct entries by March 12.
Below is a list of the correct answers.
By Deborah L. Waldrop
For The Greer Citizen
Greetings to all from the Camellia Garden Club. This is sure to be an exciting month with so much going on: The Spring Equinox is on March 20th and with the approach of Easter Sunday we are already seeing warmer temperatures and milder evenings.
The City of Greer’s annual Eggtastic Easter Event will take place via drive-through on March 27 due to COVID-19.
The event will be held from 10 a.m. until noon at the Edward R. Driggers Center for the Arts on Trade St.
Families are asked to register in advance for one of two hour-long time slots being offered.
The City of Greer is accepting applications for the Accommodations Tax Grants.
By Josh Lanier
For The Greer Citizen
Abbot’s Frozen Custard, located at 119 E. Poinsett Street in Greer, will donate 100 percent of its sales on Wednesday, March 10 to a local church.
The business made the announcement on Facebook.