Governor Henry McMaster signed H. 3690, the ESG Pension Protection Act, last week at a ceremonial bill signing.
With a mission to connect, engage, provide opportunities, and advocate for the Greater Greer business community, the Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce, in collaboration with Leadership Greer, will host its 19th Annual Oyster Roast event, set for Friday, Feb. 23.
The Town of Duncan welcomed new Police Chief Greg Satterfield to the Duncan Police Department in December and introduced him to the community just recently at a community meeting in January.
Countybank announced recently the grand opening of its new financial center in Greer, which opened on Friday, Feb. 8.
The new financial center will serve as Countybank’s second financial center in the Greer market, as Countybank’s existing location on Trade St. opened in 2018.
The Greer community knows David Lovegrove as the Director of the Greer Heritage Museum, a man who can answer most any question about local history, and now, as the author of “Greer Past in Pictures.”
Last month, Lovegrove released the first of many historical books to come.
THE FIRST 75 YEARS
Local author to be
featured on TV Feb. 15
Judy Redd Wilbanks, author of “A Reflection of How Jesus Cares,” will be a guest speaker on WGGS-TV 16, NITELINE, on February 15, at 8 p.m.
Greer First Baptist
welcomes new staff
Greer First Baptist church welcomes new staff Dan Dather and Justin Preston.
Dather joined the church staff as part-time Discipleship and Group Life Leader.
Omron Automation announced recently that it has selected Greer to establish the company’s first South Carolina operation.
Omron is a global leader in industrial automation technology, and the $9.2 million investment will create 162 new jobs in five years.
Respect Ya-Self hosted a Valentine’s Gala and Fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 9, at the Event Hall in Greer City Hall. Women of all ages gathered to celebrate the Valentine holiday with dancing, snacks, and socializing.
The Platform at Greer was recently awarded a state grant, as one of 14 recipients of the grant designed to grow the state’s innovation economy.
The South Carolina Department of Commerce announced the 2024 Relentless Challenge Grant recipients on February 7, and The Platform at Greer was one of 2024’s recipients.