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Reps. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) and Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) spoke on the situation that Boeing faces with the National Labor Relations Board over its plant in Charleston at an event sponsored by the Conservative Students for a Better Tomorrow at Furman University Monday. Rep. Roe, a medical doctor, then presented his case for the repeal of Obamacare. You can view both presentations online at SouthCarolinaConservative.com. From left: Chris Williams, Andrew Cameron, Rep. Trey Gowdy, Mary Ann Sane, Hannah Haas, Rep. Phil Roe, Stephen Sebastian and Marcus Tate.

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Major Gen. Barry K. Coln and WHHS Air Force JROTC Instructor Col. Ben Pittman stand in front of the “Wall of Honor” located in the AFJROTC classroom area. At left, Major General Coln, WHHS Class of 1970, holds his “Wall of Honor” plaque which was presented during the Veterans Day program at WHHS.

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Dan Woodruff, president of the Col. Robert Anderson Chapter of the South Carolina Society Sons of the American Revolution, presented War Service Medals to Pete Bellinger (bottom photo) and J.D. Norris (top photo), chapter members, at a meeting Thursday night at the Golden Corral.

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Greenville County Council Chairman “Butch”  Kirven Presented a proclamation to Maestro Edvard Tchivzhel marking the 20th anniversary of the defection of the Music Director of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra and his family from the Soviet Union. His wife Luba accompanied him.

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U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy speaks on “The Debt, the Downgrade and the Tea Party” Wed., Oct. 19th at a Furman University event sponsored by the Conservative Students for a Better Tomorrow. You can view Rep. Gowdy’s speech online at SouthCarolinaConservative.com.

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Children from Greenville's First Presbyterian Church provided musical entertainment for the Harvest Hope Food Basket Luncheon fund raiser held at the Poinsett Club, Wednesday, September 28th. The mission of Harvest Hope Food Bank is to provide for the needs of hungry people by gathering and sharing quality food with dignity, compassion and education; and ending local hunger through shared community involvement.  The non-profit 501(c)3 organization began as an emergency food box program in 1981.

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Jim Bouchillon, at left, Commander of the 16th Regiment South Carolina Volunteers, Camp 36, Sons of Confederate Veterans, added seven new members to the roster during the September meeting of the unit. They also added a new SCV Cadet Alden Garrett (not shown). The new members include James Blackmon, Robert Bryant, James Connell, Stephen Garrett, Harold Hawkins and Kenneth Willis.

The SCV unit owns and operates the Museum and Library of Confederate History in Greenville and sponsors the 16th South Carolina Color Guard of Honor which participates in various events across the Southland.

Members are descendants of men who served in the Confederate armed forces.

 

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A member of the Clemson University Company C-4 Pershing Rifles National Champion Drill Team Guards the Scroll of Honor Memorial across the street from Memorial Stadium.

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