Senior projects may be required at Greer Middle College, but several students are going beyond what is required this year.
Miss Greater Greer Teen Berkley Bryant
Berkley Bryant was crowned Miss Greater Greer Teen Saturday night following a tap dance routine to “Runaway Baby” by Bruno Mars (above).
Ella Sudduth Nichols celebrated a century of life on Saturday.
Born on Jan. 16, 1916, friends and family joined Ella at her home in Greer to ring in her 100th birthday.
“We had so many relatives and so many friends come by. It was just a wonderful experience,” said her son, Jerry Nichols.
On Saturday night, Anna Brown and Emma Kate Rhymer will pass on their Greater Greer titles, but the community natives will always represent where they come from.
“Holding a Greer title is definitely a job, but it’s a great job,” said Brown, who logged more than 300 hours volunteering and making community appearances.
Miss Greater Greer • Miss Greater Greer Teen Pageant
Saturday, January 16 • 7 p.m.
Greer High Auditorium
Miss Greater Greer Contestants
Competing in interview, swimwear, talent, evening gown
From the style of beer to its brewing location, everything about 13 Stripes suggests history, tradition and good times.
A new downtown Greer business is hoping to make a big splash as it gets set to open its doors on Friday.
Abbott’s Frozen Custard, which offers 40 flavors of custard, cakes and other tasty treats, will soon make it’s debut on East Poinsett Street, and Owner Mark Khoury believes the shop will change the dynamics of downtown life.
Each year brings new stories and ideas to share, and 2015 was no different.
Whether it be a unique event, an encouraging story or a celebratory moment,
Greer has had plenty to share over the last 12 months.
Here are a few highlights from 2015.
Friday afternoon, the Christmas spirit was all around at Victor Gym as Creative Advancement Centers students participated in their annual Christmas program.
Students performed a skit, read Christmas poems and sang Christmas classics, all the while eyeing a pile of presents donated to the center.
A long list of injuries and surgeries led rodeo enthusiasts to call Barry Brown “The Bionic Bullrider.” And a life filled with interesting stories led him to write a book.