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ABOVE (FROM LEFT TO RIGhT): City Councilmman David Sudduth, Executive Director Meg hawes, and Dr. Larry Puls, a gynecologic oncologist with Greenville health System. Standing behind them are ovarian cancer survivors. RIGhT (FROM LEFT TO RIGhT): Ben haskew, Jim Deyling, Bob Lichetly, Merl Code, Rep. Mike Burns, Rep. Eric Bedingfield, Sen. Karl Allen
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shopping center in Greenville. Adults can get policy information, purchase insurance and sign up for community health and wellness classes to be conducted in the store. No appointments are needed and regular store hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays. 3. The Gun Shop and Indoor Range recently opened at 622 NE Main St. in
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Simpsonville. They carry rifles and shotguns for hunting, and an inventory of handguns for home protection as well as concealed carry. The indoor range is expected to open in early August, with memberships available now. Once opened, they will offer several classes with NRA-certified instructors, including safety, kidsâ€™ safety, and the concealed weapons permit course.
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2. BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina recently opened South Carolina BLUE, their first retail store in the Upstate. The store is at 1025 Woodruff Road, Suite A105, in the Magnolia Park
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1. The South Carolina Ovarian Cancer Foundation recently cut the ribbon at its new location at 110-B Edinburgh Court in Greenville. For more information about SCOCF, visit scovariancancer.org.
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