Eastside graduate Angie Culpepper, who is currently in her sophomore year at Clemson University, is hoping to get involved in a hands-on way this summer in Greer.
Q: My wife and I are debt-free except for our home. She travels one week per month and charges her expenses to a personal credit card for reimbursement later.
Q: I recently got a new job that will increase my income by $20,000 a year. I’ve got $65,000 in debt, and I’m trying to pay it off, so I know I need to adjust my budget.
Greer State Bank recently welcomed Tim Strom as its new senior vice president and mortgage director.
Greer State Bank has long been a supporter of Taylors Free Medical Clinic, and the company made it evident last week, donating $5,000 to help expand the clinic’s services.
The Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce will hold ribbon cutting ceremonies for two local businesses this coming week.
Q: My husband’s company recently told everyone that massive layoffs are coming, and they should start looking for other jobs. Right now, all of his options are out-of-town.
Enhanced Living Chiropractic has ended its 2013 Miracle Year for Wellness campaign, donating $5,000 to Greer Relief.
Greer State Bank recently welcomed Melody Owens as its new public relations and client strategy manager.
Q: How do you feel about gambling at a casino, as long as you limit your spending and don’t expect to win big money?