Just Say Something 31st Annual Red Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament A Success!
- By Carol Reeves
Just Say Something, formally Greenville Family Partnership, hosted the 31st Annual Red Ribbon Classic Golf Tournament on April 29th at the Green Valley Country Club. Presented by NAI Earle Furman and SE Retail, sponsors included APPLYA; Bank of Travelers Rest; Carolina Holdings; The Coca Cola Company; Colliers International; Elliott Davis; Grand South Bank; Greenville Drive; International Plastics; Jersey Mike’s; Kono Pizza; Northwestern Mutual; Palmetto Home Care Upstate; Philpot Law Firm; Piedmont Plastics; Pope, Smith, Brown and King; Progressive Packaging, Inc.; Recruiting Solutions; Reedy Property Group; Service Transport, Inc.; St. Joseph's Catholic School; The Family Effect; and T&S Brass and Bronze Works.
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E&C Republicans Discuss Priorities with Energy Secretary Rick Perry
- By US Rep. Jeff Duncan's Office
WASHINGTON, DC – The Subcommittee on Energy held a hearing with Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry examining the department’s FY2020 budget priorities.
At the hearing, Rep. Morgan Griffith (R-VA) emphasized the need for more money for research and stressed the need for the United States to export technologies to the rest of the world to drive down emissions with cleaner fossil energy. He spoke about a recent example of how a DOE research grant created a new technology that’s helping steel mills in India burn cleaner fuel:
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Annual Craft Day at Washington Center
- By Washington Center
Washington Center celebrated a successful annual Craft Day Sale with families, students, staff and community friends, including Greenville Mayor Knox White. Funds raised will be used for classroom projects, activities and trips.
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Artisphere 2019 Downtown Greenville
- By Tony Dunn
2019 marks the 15th year for Artisphere a three-day annual event for Downtown Greenville, a celebration of the arts that engages, inspires and enriches the community. The annual event hosts musical performance and performing artists. Patrons have the opportunity to meet exhibiting artists and see art-making in process.
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Republicans Hire Nine Regional Directors for Trump 2020 Election
- By SCGOP
Re-election team plans to more than double number of communications staff from 2016
"President Trump’s re-election team is building out its political infrastructure with a round of hires that underscores the importance the Midwest and Florida are expected to have in the 2020 election.
The campaign has carved the nation into nine regions as it decides how best to spend its resources on contacting voters, motivating supporters and, eventually, getting them to the polls on Election Day, according to campaign officials. Each area will be overseen by a newly hired regional political director.
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Daybreak Children's Choir
- By Tony Dunn
On Mothers Day the Children's Choir of Daybreak Community Church at 37 E. Hillcrest Drive, presented "It's Cook in the Furnace," They presented the story of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego and King Nebuchadnezzar.
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Recruiting Protesters Against Buttigieg and Biden - Video Released
- By Christian Newswire
WASHINGTON -- The Society for Truth and Justice has released a video interviewing six of the people who disrupted Pete Buttigieg in Dallas and in Iowa.
The purpose of this video is to recruit men and women to disrupt Buttigieg and Biden events throughout the Democrat Primary season.
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