“You’re a mom. you’re pregnant and this baby’s growing inside you. You find out it’s a little girl, and you think, oh, yay, tea parties and cheerleading and dances and sleepovers and baking cookies together. One day, she’s going to have prom. She’s going to graduate. She’s going to go to college. She’s going to have kids.
Zoe Adams, 12, is a hero in the eyes of her almost four-year-old sister, Rose.
Zoe, who is homeschooled, was the third person to welcome Rose into the world.
“I loved her very much,” Zoe said. “I was very excited because I waited a long time to have a sibling.”
Early therapy has made a world of difference for Katy.
Katy Forsythe, a 17-year-old sophomore with Rett Syndrome, is able to walk and knows more than you might think she does.
Area garden club members gathered alongside Greer Mayor Rick Dinner last Wednesday to release a group of Monarch butterflies.
The endangered butterflies had been cared for by Greer resident Kelly Long, who will track each one during its migration.
The Greer High School class of 1967 hasn’t forgotten where they came from.
In fact, they’ve made sure their old stomping grounds will forever have a place in Greer’s history.
A newly constructed replica of the original Greer High School, created by Dr. Raymond Meyers, was unveiled last month at Greer City Hall.
Due to the inclement heat conditions we encountered this past week, very few people were out as I walked around with this edition’s question. So, I turned to Facebook for the community’s opinion about the new Greer Center for the Arts.
By Katie Cruice Smith
For The Greer Citizen
Locust Hill Baptist Church will host its first 5K Color Run to raise money to fight cancer on Oct. 5 at North Greenville University.
Snowflakes fell from the ceiling of the kindergarten hall. Knee-high Snow Queen Elsa and Anna characters welcomed students into the classroom. And children and teachers sported purple clothing and ‘Frozen’ costumes last Friday at Mountain View Elementary.
Hundreds of participants gathered on Saturday for the first Bella’s Run for Hope 5K in support of Bella Muntean Angel Heart of Hope Ministry.
Fire Chief Dorian Flowers has made quite the impact since arriving in Greer in 2015.