Praise Cathedral and the Greer Police Department partnered with Miracle Hill to present “Hero for the Homeless,” a walk to raise money for the homelessness, last Saturday.
Katlyn Miller and Patrick Middleton will soon share more than just employment at Culver’s in Greer—they’ll also share a last name.
Middleton decided to propose to his girlfriend, Miller, a manager at the restaurant, in a unique way last month.
American Legion Post 115 now has a newly chartered American Legion Auxiliary Unit.
Last Wednesday, Brenda Holland, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of South Carolina, presented officers of Unit 115 with an official Charter document, making the move official.
The Camellia Garden Club awarded Culver’s of Greer the Business Yard of the Month for May.
Elsie Few celebrated her 103rd birthday on May 21 at Bayberry Retirement Inn, Greer.
John Becker and Daisy Norris were married at Greer Community Ministries on Wednesday, May 17, during the Senior Dining program. The Rev. Joe Price, associate pastor at Washington Baptist Church, officiated.
By Ryan Hanrahan
For The Greer Citizen
Luminary memorials lined the sidewalks of Greer City Park last Friday night, honoring those that have lost their lives battling cancer. Survivors of the disease walked laps in their memory at Greer’s annual Relay for Life event.
Greer High School honored former principal Marion Waters last Wednesday, naming the school’s commons and cafeteria in his honor.
The “Marion Waters Commons” was announced at the beginning of Greer High School’s annual award’s night.
Waters was the principal at Greer High for 22 years, retiring at the end of last school year.
Taylors artist Kathleen Digney is seeking models for her new exhibit, “A Portrait of American Teens,” which will be featured at Greenville’s Warehouse Theatre.
The project is an assembly of large oil paintings presented as a solo exhibit.
A local Dorman High senior returned to his former child development center earlier this month to address a graduating class of preschoolers.
Tre’vion Garrett, who plans to enter the United States Air Force after high school, spoke with eight graduates at Small Impressions Child Development Center, taking on the topic of perseverance.