Third Annual Tigerville Christmas Parade Set for Dec. 3
- By Billy Cannada - NGU
Tigerville residents will kick off the holiday season with the third annual Tigerville Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 3.
The parade, which begins at 10 a.m., will proceed north from the Highway 414 and Highway 253 intersection to Tigerville Elementary School Road, then back east and south to Highway 414. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Tigerville Fire Department.
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Baby Record Breakers: Twins Born from Embryos Frozen Nearly 30 Years
- By Christian Newswire
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Two babies in the Pacific Northwest, whose births were facilitated by the National Embryo Donation Center (NEDC), have made history with their arrivals. Siblings Lydia Ann and Timothy Ronald, the daughter and son of Philip and Rachel Ridgeway, each spent nearly 30 years as embryos frozen in liquid nitrogen prior to being thawed earlier this year. When they were born on October 31, 2022, they set the new known record for the longest-frozen embryos to ever result in a successful live birth, according to research staff at the University of Tennessee Preston Medical Library.
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Our Children Are Not Safe, Wake Up
- By Christian Newswire
RACINE, Wis. -- CURE America Action, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(4) based in Washington, DC, promotes practical solutions to the communities forgotten by the government. Black Americans, as an example, don't need more crack pipes in our communities nor encouragement to continue being the largest commodity to the abortion industry. Leaders across three states invited CURE America Action into their communities to reflect on our shared moral heritage, and to promote the traditions of God, family, and country.
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The Great Food Reset
- By Marc Morano – Eagle Forum Report
America’s food security is being threatened by the forces of the Great Reset led by the World Economic Forum in Davos and under the thumb of the United Nations “sustainable development” Agenda 2030. “Biden Says to Expect ‘Real’ Food Shortages Due to Ukraine War,” blared a headline from Bloomberg News in 2022. “It’s going to be real,” Biden asserted. The U.N. estimated that 2.3 billion people are severely or moderately hungry globally.
A food crisis is just the ticket for even more chaos that the WEF can exploit for their Reset agenda. “Over the last decade” China has been “snapping up farmland and purchasing major agribusinesses,” according to a 2021 report by Politico. “By the start of 2020, Chinese owners controlled about 192,000 agricultural acres in the U.S., worth $1.9 billion, including land used for farming, ranching, and forestry, according to the Agriculture Department.”
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Holiday Bazaar & Car Show Scheduled for October 15th
- By Jayne Ferrer
Berea Friendship United Methodist Church will host its 28th annual holiday bazaar on Saturday, October 15th. Located at 8001 White Horse Road, the event will run from 8 AM – 4 PM. This year’s festivities, in addition to the always anticipated array of handmade items and food made by church members and local artisans, will include a car show, live music, entertainment by WSPA luminary Jack Roper, raffles, a silent auction, games, and breakfast and lunch. A bloodmobile will also be on hand from 8 AM – 1 PM, for those who wish to donate.
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Third Safe Haven "Lily Pad" Completed for Foster Youth in Spartanburg County
- By Press Release
Lily Pad: A Soft Place to Land, Inc. is excited to announce the completion of a third “Lily Pad” space designed specifically for area foster youth. Volunteers transformed a large space inside of the Spartanburg Department of Social Services office building that will serve children in a variety of ways. Children awaiting a foster placement will spend time in this new Lily Pad, comfortably doing homework, reading, playing games and even spending the night, should the need arise. When an immediate foster placement is unavailable, children often spend their days – and sometimes their nights – inside of DSS offices on air mattresses.
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Just Say Something Kicks Off October With The 6th Annual Red Ribbon 5K Run!
- By Just Say Something
It’s that time of the year again! Just Say Something is starting off the month of October with its 6th annual Red Ribbon 5K at Sugar Creek.
Join us on Sunday, October 9, 2022 for the Red Ribbon 5K at Sugar Creek. While registration begins at 3:00PM, there will be an adult race at 4:00PM and a Kids’ Fun Run at 5:00PM. A food truck will be onsite throughout the event and awards will be given to the Overall Top Three Female and Male Runners in each age group at 5:00PM.
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