GCM needs men’s
t-shirts, canned fruit
Greer Community Ministries is in need of spring and summer clothing for the entire family, especially men’s t-shirts. The Food Pantry is low on 1 lb. bags of dried beans and canned fruit.
GCM needs men’s
If the walls of the old Locust Hill School could talk, they would share stories of children playing on an indoor basketball court, bluegrass musicians foot-tapping in time on an old wood stage, and worshippers raising voices to the rafters.
Precorp Inc., provider of engineered cutting tool solutions for the aerospace and automotive industries, recently opened its new $17 million, 60,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Greer. The plant serves as home to 106 employees.
A survey of South Carolina legislators shows there is enough support to remove the Confederate flag from Statehouse grounds if all supporters cast a vote.
Despite getting a late start due to rain, the Greer Idol and Greer Idol Teen contestants took the stage at Freedom Blast on Saturday, delivering their best renditions of patriotic tunes.
The foundation for the Greer Shelter to Empower People (STEP) has been laid and the walls have gone up, keeping the intended fall opening within reach although the fundraising efforts continue.
Although Greer City Hall’s flag flew at half-mast in honor of the nine people killed in a recent shooting in Charleston, enthusiastic patriotism was undeniable, as hundreds of civilians, veterans and active military partook in Greer’s Freedom Blast held at City Park on Saturday.
Three years ago, a manager with East Coast Entertainment saw a gifted SC cover band perform a gig. The next day, he pitched them an intriguing idea. Because they duplicated the sound of the Zac Brown Band so well, why not reinvent themselves as a Zac Brown cover band?
Clemson University President James P. “Jim” Clements has been elected to the executive committee of the Business Higher Education Forum (BHEF), a national organization dedicated to increasing collaboration between the business community and higher education for workforce development and economic competitiveness.
Descendents and friends of Henry and Elvira Forrester will have their annual reunion at Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church Family Life Center, 572 Mt. Lebanon Church Road.
The event will take place at 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 28.