The Kitten Palooza is back by popular demand!
Come to the Kitten Palooza beginning on July 12 through August 31 from 12 to 5 p.m located at the Humane Society of Greenwood 2820 Airport Road Greenwood, SC. Kittens six months and younger are $35 each and Two or more are only $25 each.
Head coach Kevin Scola announced the 2019 Lander cross country schedule that includes five meets in three states capped by the NCAA Southeast Regionals in Wingate, N.C.
The Bearcats kick off the campaign on Sept. 6 with the Converse Kick-Off in Spartanburg, S.C. One week later, Lander will return to Spartanburg for the Eye Opener hosted by USC Upstate.
Lander women's tennis head coach Samantha Pinchoff announced the addition of six players as part of the 2019 class on Wednesday. The incoming Bearcats hail from three different states and two countries.
"I am very intentional throughout my recruiting process," said Pinchoff, "making sure to welcome into our program the right young ladies who will not only model, but will enhance our...
Dixie is definitely a Southern girl! She’s sugar and spice with a dash of good humor and a whole lot of heart. This four-year-old Boxer mix greets everyone with the same sweet hospitality, giving them the opportunity to show her the love she deserves. When she’s in the mood, she likes to show off her playful side, but when it comes time to relax, she’s a natural. With her pretty brindle and white coat and big, dark brown eyes, she was simply made for the spotlight and will happily pose for the camera any time you want to show her off. Come fall in love with Dixie before someone else does.
Taylor is a quiet, gentle soul with one desire: to be given the chance to sit in your lap and be petted and brushed for as long as possible. She’s endearingly bashful at first, but once she realizes you’re there to give her the attention she so desperately wants, she’ll start talking and displaying her sweet and loving disposition. Taylor is a truly wonderful kitty, about 18 months old, with a beautiful orange and white coat and expressive yellow-orange eyes. She needs you as much as you need her.
The Greenwood SC Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for 2020 Board of Director positions. Members are encouraged to nominate themselves or other Chamber members to serve on the Board for a term beginning January 2020. Terms of service on the Board range from one to three years.
Board member responsibilities include attendance at bi-monthly Board meetings, participation in Chamber sponsored events, chairing or serving on a Chamber committee, financial support of Chamber fundraisers, member recruitment, and overall fiscal accountability of the organization.
Please join us for the official ground breaking ceremony of the NEW Josh Norman Teen Center – Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lakelands Region on Monday, July 22, 2019 at 1 pm. Josh Norman, NFL player and Greenwood, SC native, will be in attendance for this historic event. A groundbreaking ceremony will take place on Monday, July 22, 2019 at 1 PM to herald the beginning of renovations at the Brewer Community Center for the new Josh Norman Teen Center. Over 12,000 square feet of unused space in the former historic Brewer High School building will be transformed into a state of the art facility just for teens thanks to the support of Greenwood native, Josh Norman, and the newly formed Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lakeland Region. The new Teen Center will serve over 1,000 teen annually with dedicated space for creative arts, STEM programs, academic support, and health and wellness. Josh Norman, community supporters, local representatives, and Boys & Girls Club staff will be in attendance along with Sabrina Miller who will serve as Executive Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lakelands Region. Those interested in learning more about the project and opportunities to get involved are invited to attend.
Josh Norman, a Greenwood High School graduate, is a cornerback for the Washington Redskins and is passionate about giving back to his hometown through his foundation, Starz24. The mission of the Starz24 Foundation is to provide enrichment to children through community events & youth programs. With an emphasis on fitness & teamwork. The Starz24 Foundation challenges the youth to participate & excel in areas that help develop strong interpersonal skills, and awareness of the world around them. Josh has played an integral role in the Teen Center planning process and, together with Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lakelands Region, is working to generate additional support for the project.
United Housing Connections is where compassion meets action. UHC connects people at-risk for or currently experiencing homelessness with safe, sustainable and affordable homes. They work to promote and preserve the dignity and quality of life for all citizens in Upstate, South Carolina.
Today, at the Hughes Main Library in Downtown Greenville, the Upstate Continuum of Care, spearheaded by United Housing Connections, released the findings of the 2019 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count. The PIT Count is an unduplicated count on a single night of the people in the community who are experiencing homelessness that includes both sheltered and unsheltered populations. Through a larger volunteer effort, along with the participation of many local service providers, we have obtained a more accurate assessment of homelessness in the Upstate than ever before.
To properly assess the extent of homelessness in the Upstate, and the impact it has on our local economy and community as a whole, United Housing Connections, the Upstate Continuum of Care lead agency, has worked with Continuums of Care statewide to develop and deliver the 2019 SC State of Homelessness Report.
Carter Collision Center has been making vehicles look great again for year in Greenwood and throughout the Lakelands area. A service build on reputation and quality work, Owner Scott Carter is dedicated to doing the job right and satisfying customers time and time again. Carter Collision Center has been making vehicles look great again for years!
“Everyone here at Carter Collision Center is focused on the customer and making sure we produce quality work at a good fair price” says Carter. “Our priority is to the vehicle owners no matter which insurance company they may be working with. We work with them all but our focus remains at making sure the owners are satisfied”.
Agner's Cycles offers a Full Line of Harley Davidson Motorcycles including Drag Specialties, Bikers Choice, Kuryakyn, Custom Dynamics, Dunlop Western Powersport Off Road & Touring, ATV & Side by side. Sales and service including 24 hour wrecker/rollback service.
Agner’s Cycles is located at 3107 Hwy 702, (State Park Road) in Ninety Six, SC. Contact them at (864) 543-4657 or visit them online at www.Agnerscyclessc.com.
Under general supervision of the Road Superintendent, operates a knuckle boom loader truck for collection of residential yard waste.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Drives and operates knuckle boom loader truck. Receives work orders and plans daily collection routes. Utilizes various types of tools as necessary including rake and pitch fork. Interprets and enforces safety policies, procedures and yard waste pickup policy. Cleans and services equipment on a regular schedule.
Family owned and operated, BHC Trucking is currently seeking a motivated individual to operate a Tri-Axle dump truck. Requires commercial A or B drivers' license, home nightly and weekends. Please stop by our office at 2114 Highway 72 West to pick up an application and bring a copy of 10 year driving record with you.
Barbara Turner Sweat, 75, of 28 First Street, Greenwood died Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at Self Regional Medical Center.
Born in Greenwood, she was a daughter of the late Herman Jackson Turner and Mary Elizabeth Bunderick Turner. Barbara was previously employed with Greenwood Mills- Mathews Plant and was a member of Panola Methodist Church where she was in the Kate Holly Sunday School Class and UMW.
She was preceded in death by two siblings, Kim McMahan and Paul Turner.
Dorothy Findley Anderson passed on Sunday the 14th of July 2019 while in hospice care – a matriarch to an almost innumerably large family – who was loved and respected by all knowing her. Kind, loving, and with a passion for truth and doing what is right, she was 90.
Born on the 11th of November 1928, in Lyons, GA to the late Alex and Pinky (maiden: Mitchum) Findley, Dorothy – or Dot as often called by close friends and family – was a graduate of Lyons High School. She was an earnest former employee of biotech giants Abbott Laboratories and Baxter International. She also enjoyed cleaning houses for family and friends.
Carol Steffensen Johnson, 84, of Emerald Gardens, widow of Robert M. Johnson, died Monday, July 15, 2019 at Hospice and Palliative Care of the Piedmont.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, she was a daughter of the late Sigvald W. and Emma Jacobsen Steffensen. Carol was the former music director at Christ Lutheran Church in NY. She enjoyed playing golf and was a member of Parkland Golf Club. Carol was a very active member of Immanuel Lutheran Church.