“How are you going to make an impact?” That was the question that guest speaker Dr. Theresa Gunter Lawson asked graduates at the Lander University School of Nursing’s annual recognition ceremony, held on Tuesday, May 14.
“Nurses are privileged to be present at some of the most beautiful moments, and some of the most heart-wrenching moments, in patients’ lives...
Beyond Abuse, Greater Greenwood United Ministry and Hospice Care of the Piedmont applied for and were awarded grant funds from Self Regional Healthcare’s Community Health Committee to continue improving their respective care programs.
Tim C. Thompson, President of the Commercial Bank, and Casey Lown, Acting Branch Manager of the Due West and Donalds Commercial Banks, present a check for $25,000 to Abbeville Promise Campaign Coordinator Lee Logan.
Bee City USA® has renewed Greenwood, South Carolina’s certification for 2019 following a rigorous renewal application process. This completed the efforts of Bee City Greenwood to accomplish this recertification, the facilitating committee for Greenwood’s efforts to engage the community in promoting pollinator-friendliness.
During Abbeville Nursing Home’s National Skilled Nursing Home Week, the Wings One and Two challenged one another in a Can Good Drive. Their theme was “Live Soulfully “.
Renee Bledsoe, Activity Director, came up with a way to get all of the staff and families involved by having a can good drive. The challenge was that each Wing would collect as many can good items from Mother’s Day until that Friday and the winning Wing would have bragging rights. Wing 2 staff and family were the winners but together with the staff members and family members of both Wings, they collected 408 can good items.
These items were donated to UCMAC- United Christian Ministries of Abbeville County. Bridget White, the Social Services Director and her daughter, Gabriella White, who are also Miss Celebrations USA Queens, were given the task of delivering the can good items to the food bank.
A Laurens man with a lengthy history of manufacturing methamphetamines will spend the next 17 years behind bars after being found guilty at trial of manufacturing and possessing meth, 8th Circuit Solicitor David M. Stumbo announced Wednesday.
Ronald Jeffrey Eaton, 52, was found guilty of manufacturing methamphetamines, third offense, and possession of methamphetamines, third offense, late Tuesday afternoon by a Laurens County jury following a day-and-a-half trial and less than an hour of deliberation.
Mike Thomas and Ned McGill, board members of WCTEL, present a check for $500.00 to Anderson County School District 3’s Director of Transportation, Sandra Lollis and Assistant Transportation Director and Special Needs Transportation Coordinator, Donna Garner.
Graduating seniors are recognized during a pinning ceremony on May 14 at Lander University. The following day, they were awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, grades 2-6.
Front row (from left): Anna Smith, of Simpsonville; Taylor Simmons, of Lexington; Kasey Wood, of Ware Shoals; and Amanda Cleveland, of Honea Path.
Second row (from left): Emily Brantley, of Abbeville; Kristin Bridges, of Central; Macie Smiley, of Gaffney; Danielle Greer, of Greenville; and Haley Giles, of York; Top row (from left): Anne Marie New, of Abbeville; Kensley Ward, of Lexington; Savannah Malphrus, of Beaufort; and Taylor Freeman, of Cheraw.
Come have a roaring good time at The Museum as we open our summer exhibit Wild About Cats with a reception on Thursday, May 30, from 5:30-7:00 pm at The Museum at 106 Main Street in Greenwood. The exhibit will be on display throughout the summer. Admission to The Museum is free.
Wild About Cats will premiere at our Museum before it takes its permanent home at the Virginia Museum of Natural History. You will see lions, tigers, cheetahs, and leopards as well as our native cougars, bobcats and lynx. The animals are presented in simulations of their natural habitats. See how high a cougar can jump – experience how fast each species can run – compare our pet cats to the big wild cats – and more!
For more information, call The Museum at 864-229-7093. We look forward to having a roaring good time with you!
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.
“We believe everyone deserves respect. From being on time, to returning calls and emails the same day… just keeping your word. This is simple stuff but we take it seriously.” Stacy Enter, founder of Fresh Paint Solutions is passionate about doing the right thing.
It’s that time of the year where a few good sunny days gets everyone thinking about their backyards & BBQs. If that’s you, don’t forget those pesky mosquitoes are ready for it too. But you can prevent family and friends from getting aggravated by contacting Landscape Upstate today.
103 Brookwood Lane, Greenwood;Friday, May 24th-4:00 pm until dusk; Saturday, May 25th-8 am until 3 pm. Come see what you can find. Clothes, toys, office items, dishes, and many other interesting things.
Nice 2002 Harley Davidson heritage. Black with silver ghost flames, 24,400 miles. 88 cubic inch twin cam. Garage kept.---custom dash---arlen ness mirrows---hyper charger---oil pressure gauge---less than 200 miles on tires.
New battery---am-fm radio---after market pipes---lowered. don't ride anymore.
Price is $6,250 OBO
Cash only. call eight64-229-6048 from 11 am---10 pm.... Phone is a landline - cannot except text
Ms Bridgette Michelle Bryant 48, of 734 Truett Avenue entered into eternal rest on May 15, 2019 at 106 Coldberry Drive in Anderson South Carolina. She was born in Anderson, SC January 19, 1971 a daughter of Pearly Mae McBride and the late Billy Grant