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BLUE RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL From April 2012


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Share your military adventure or story, win a prize at Family Fest
APR 30, 2012

Aaron Tippin entertains the troops overseas as part of the USO shows. Tippin began performing for the troops when Bob Hope invited. Tippin has visited troops in harm's way since. Tippin is photographed at one of his visits to Afghanistan in this photo.

As Americans we appreciate our active duty and veterans who serve the United States in war and peace. The Greer Family Fest is inviting you to share your story about a family member, friend or associate that is active, retired or deceased.

Benton Blount, The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce, Disabled American Veterans and GreerToday.com are partnering on a prize package to reward an individual for sharing their story(s). They will be published in a special link on GreerToday.com.

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Blue Ridge Middle School students are winners at art show
APR 16, 2012

Art students at Blue Ridge Middle School, under the direction of Kent Peggram, were  winners at the 2012 Greenville County Middle School Juried Art Show. 

Their work is on display at the Greenville County central office, downtown. All works entered are in the Artsonia webgallery and will be on display in the Blue Ridge Middle School lobby in two weeks, along with the other 25 works entered.

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Blue Ridge High blood drive is set
APR 11, 2012

A blood drive, sponsored by the Blue Ridge High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is scheduled Monday, April 23 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Blue Ridge High School.

Participants must be in good health, weigh at least 110 pounds, and be at least 17 years old.  If you are 16 years old and meet the above requirements, you may donate blood with parental permission. Qualifying students, faculty and staff are invited to participate.

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Blue Ridge HS Future Farmers even is April 21
APR 11, 2012

The Blue Ridge High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) Chapter will host the 16th Annual Farm Day on Saturday, April 21, from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the historic Lindsey Plantation.

The Lindsey Plantation, 750 Camp Creek Road,Taylors was established in the 1830s. It is a commercial beef cattle and hay production operation. The event offers the public the opportunity to enjoy an outdoor experience designed to spotlight the economic importance and historic significance of Greenville County Agriculture.

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Blue Ridge trims Greer boys in tennis
APR 10, 2012

Blue Ridge 6, Greer 1

Singles

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Blue Ridge Middle volunteers at Special Olympics
APR 9, 2012

The Blue Ridge Middle School Beta Club, under the direction of Will Snipes, will be volunteering at the Greenville Area Special Olympics, which will be held on Wednesday at Furman University.

Some Beta Club students will be helping at the softball throw, while others will run fun games for the younger athletes in the Olympic Village. Other Beta Club members may be assigned a "buddy" athlete to escort throughout the day.

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