Sara Ashleigh Ponder, Brittany Doss and Madison Bates won preliminaries Friday night in the Miss Greer High School pageant.
Ponder, performing a dance, won talent and Doss and Bates tied in the evening gown competition.
Guess the Winning team and Final score for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Ryan’s Restaurant at 1501 W. Poinsett Street in Greer.
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Ryan’s is inviting kids to become superheroes with their new online partner, Herotopia in its February, Thursday Family Night promotion. Herotopia is an online superhero game that is fun and educational for kids ages 6-12 years old. The promotion begins Feb. 6.
Kids visiting Ryan’s on Thursday will get a new set of collectable cards, featuring the Smighties, Herotopia’s small, but mightiest heroes. The card packs will include special codes that may be redeemed for virtual prizes in the online game. Free Herotopia-inspired Valentine’s Day greeting cards may be downloaded on the company’s website.
The 10th annual Oyster Roast, Shrimp Boil and Pig Pickin' is scheduled Friday, Feb. 28, 6-9 p.m. at 3315 Brushy Creek Road.
The Greer Chamber of Commerce event features all-you-can-eat oysters, shrimp boil, barbecue, low country boil and beverages. Entertainment is provided.
There is a quote by Winston Churchill that reminds me of local singer and songwriter, Dana Jordan.
“Never give up on something that you can’t go a day without thinking about.” After seeing how excited she was when I spoke with her Monday, I cannot help but believe this is a quote that the Blue Ridge native lives by.
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Stefanie Egan, from Greer, is among six contestants competing in the annual Miss SMC (Spartanburg Methodist College) Pageant Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Gibbs Auditorium on campus.
Contestants will compete in preliminary interview, lifestyle and fitness, talent, evening wear, and on-stage interview. The winner will compete in the Miss South Carolina pageant in July.
Southern Dance Connection (SDC) students performed at the Greenville Road Warriors game last Saturday night. The 17 dancers danced to three superhero themed jazz pom-pom routines.
Lindsay Roberts, SDC owner, said, “ The dancers’ favorite part was being able to see themselves on the Jumbotron.”
The inspiration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has shined a light in Greer City Councilman Wayne Griffin’s heart for decades.
Tributes and church services will be held across the United States to commemorate King's 85th birthday on Monday, a federal holiday.
The Greer Oldies 2014 reunion has scheduled a three-day extravaganza next week. It is a prelude to the annual oldies gathering in May.
Thursday, Jan. 23: “Give a Shuck” fundraiser at Great Bay Oyster House, 7 p.m. Shuckers donate tips and 10 percent of total food sales go Greer Relief. Marney Hannon, Jerry Brown, Carl Howell, Gundy Stewart and Buddy Bowman are scheduled shuckers. Alan Cole is the emcee.
Wendy Watkins said she never saw the second business coming. She nervously put her energy into Plate 108 last February, a cooking and entertainment venue, on Poinsett Street.
Fast forward to February a year later and Watkins is opening a second niche food business in Greer – Krumms on the Plate at 3318 Brushy Creek Road. It is a bakery and catering business that is a spinoff on the successful Plate 108.