Piedmont Women’s Center Chief Executive Officer Lenna Fox Smith announced Plans for New Grove Road Medical Facility


The 2016 Piedmont Women’s Center Pregnancy Medical Clinic 2016 Banquet For Life featured music by the Dove Award winning Martins. The popular family group has appeared on most of the Bill Gaither videos produced in recent years.

The food was exceptionally good for an event requiring food service for more than1,100 people.

The guests were treated with ultrasound images of live unborn babies in various stages of development on a giant screen, with narration by the medical staff.

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Several hundred Greenville Police Department and Greenville County Sheriff’s Department staff, along with EMS and Fire Department personnel were seated in center section behind family members. Elizabeth Doss, Soloist sang two songs during the service.

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Retiring Glassy Mountain Fire Department Commissioners Honored. (Left to right) David Vaughn, Landrum; Dennis Geagan, Landrum; Richard Dusa, Travelers Rest and Dwight Hammack, Tigerville.

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We would also like to express public gratitude to several local retailers for their efforts in reducing underage drinking and tobacco use in Travelers Rest.  As a member agency of the Greenville County Alcohol Enforcement Team, the TRPD sent an undercover operative into several retail establishments on December 17, 2015 to attempt to purchase alcoholic beverages.  To sell to this person would have been a violation of law as this person is underage.   We are happy to report that twelve businesses out of thirteen checked the operative’s ID and refused to complete the sale.  These businesses are Molinas, Walmart, CVS, Sidewall Pizza,  Swamp Rabbit Brewery, Copperhead Mountain Distillery, Shortfields, Blue Ridge Bar and Grill, Willis ABC, Spinx, Bi-Lo, and Pizza House.

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Music Director Ann Ewards leads The Daybreak Singers as they present The Joy of Christmas at Daybreak Community Church on Hillcrest Drive in Greenville where Marshall Sargent pastors.

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David Quemere, at left, Grew up in New York City and spent his summers with his grandfather and numerous cousins in northern Greenville County, including Judy Walker and Robert Taylor in the photo above. David and his wife reside near Boston. He heads back to Greenville County at every opportunity. He owns the Rev. Hartwell Beacham home place and is planning to restore it for the enjoyment of future generations of the Beacham bloodline.

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