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Bull ridin’

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Last Saturday night, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) brought their velocity tour to Greenville’s Bon Secures Wellness Arena.  A loud and rocking crowd gathered to watch the event, which featured some raging bulls and fearless cowboys.

Chad and Lisa Clontz are moving forward with their lives in their own place following eight months at Greer STEP.

Stepping Stones - Part 2

Chad and Lisa Clontz are adjusting to life their new home, having spent about eight months in the Greer STEP (Shelter to Empower People) program with their two children.
The program is run by Daily Bread Ministries, which also operates the Greer Soup Kitchen.

Lisa Clontz takes a fun picture with her children, Timberlie and Chance.

Stepping Stones - Part 1

After eight months in the Greer STEP (Shelter to Empower People) program, it’s moving day for a local family of four.

Chad and Lisa Clontz, along with their two children, Chance and Timberlie, are relocating into their own home this week, taking with them a renewed focus on family and work.

Hannah Pearson was crowned Friday, Jan. 12.

Pearson crowned Miss NGU

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Valerie Bostick, Miss North Greenville University 2017, passed her crown to Hannah Pearson from Simpsonville at the 63rd annual Miss NGU Pageant on Friday, Jan. 12, in Turner Chapel.

Pearson, who also received the physical fitness award, won a $1,000 scholarship and will compete this summer in the Miss South Carolina Pageant.

Cynthia Denise Stewart and Douglas Bernard Mack, Sr.

Stewart - Mack

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Cynthia  Denise Stewart, of Spartanburg, and Douglas Bernard Mack, Sr., of Greer, announce their engagement.

Miss Stewart is the daughter of the late  Margaret Stewart Simpson and the late John Stewart, who resided in Spartanburg.  She is a graduate of Spartanburg High School.

The 16th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Luncheon at Greer City Hall featured singing and performances.

King’s message remembered

It’s time to turn adversaries into allies.

That was the message of Rev. Curtis Johnson, pastor of Valley Brook Outreach Baptist Church, who delivered the keynote address at the City of Greer’s 16th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration Luncheon Monday afternoon at Greer City Hall.

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