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THEY SAID IT

Health Events “It’s a sin to bore kids with the gospel.” Young Life Greenville area director David Bokowy, on a tenet of the youth ministry.

“I used to do Christmas parties, but they just don’t satisfy my creative craziness.” Bobbi Harter of Simpsonville, on hosting 75 to 100 partiers for Halloween.

“I think there are too many misuses of tests. We shouldn’t give a test unless it benefits teaching and learning.” Dr. Jason McCreary, Greenville school district director of accountability and quality assurance, on SC students’ poor showing on new standardized tests.

“When that spotlight gets turned around, it’s kind of blinding, and I’m not used to it.” Scott Dishman, on winning the James F. Barker Ethics in Action Award.

Free Screenings for Uninsured Women Wed., Nov. 4 • Times vary • Hillcrest Memorial Hospital Uninsured women ages 40-64 who meet certain income guidelines can receive free clinical breast exams, pelvic exams, Pap smears and mammograms. To register, call 656-3076. Run4Life Sat., Nov. 7 • 9 a.m. • Caine Halter YMCA Raise funds for cancer research by participating in this eighth annual 5K run/walk. To register, visit run4lifesc.org. Understanding Glaucoma Tues., Nov. 10 • Noon-1 p.m. • Greenville Marriott Join GHS ophthalmologist Alan Leahey, MD, to learn about the signs, symptoms and treatment of glaucoma. Free; registration required. Diabetes: What Your Sweet Tooth May Not Be Telling You Thurs., Nov. 12 • Noon • Program Center–GHS (formerly Adams Mill YMCA) Learn about prediabetes and type 2 diabetes from Leon Buffaloe, MD. Diabetes risk assessment also available. Free; registration required. Detect and Prevent Lung Cancer Thurs., Nov. 12 • 12:15-1:15 p.m. • GHS Life Center® Join GHS surgical oncologist Sharon Ben-Or, MD, for a discussion on lung cancer. Free; registration required. To register, for more information or to see a full schedule of events, please visit ghs.org/healthevents or call 1-877-GHS-INFO (447-4636).

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Duke says purchase of Piedmont Natural Gas won’t impact rates CINDY LANDRUM | STAFF

clandrum@communityjournals.com Duke Energy’s proposed acquisition of Piedmont Natural Gas won’t impact either utility’s customer rates, a Duke spokesman said Monday. It is also unrelated to Duke’s controversial proposal to build a more than

40-mile transmission line to link a substation it would build in Campobello and a proposed 650-megawatt natural gas plant in Asheville. Duke announced on Monday it intends to buy Piedmont Natural Gas for $4.9 billion. If the sale goes through, Piedmont Natural Gas would retain its name and headquarters in Charlotte.

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Healthcare marketplace premiums could rise 12 percent in Upstate APRIL A. MORRIS | STAFF

amorris@communityjournals.com The federal government predicts more than 210,000 South Carolinians will enroll in the federal health insurance marketplace for 2016 and premiums will increase. However, customers will still save, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The agency predicts that premium rates will rise 10 percent in the Palmetto State for a silver-level plan and nearly 12 percent in the Upstate region for the same level plan. The nationwide average for premium increases for 60 percent of those in the Marketplace is 6.3 percent. Enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace begins on Nov. 1 and an estimated 210,331 people will enroll in South Carolina – 108,305 of those in the Upstate, HHS said. Although premiums are rising, eight in 10 consumers signing up for 2016 coverage would receive tax credits, with a predicted average credit of $270 per month, HHS officials said this week. According to healthcare.gov, multiple health insurance providers in South Carolina requested reviews for rate increases ranging from 10 to 33 percent for various coverage options. If a carrier wishes to increase premiums more than 10 percent, the government must review the request. HHS predicts that eight in 10 returning enrollees can purchase a plan for less than $100 per month after tax credits and seven in 10 for $75 or less per month. According to HHS, tax credits will adjust and increase to roughly match their premium increases.

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Extended Hours for Mammograms Mammogram appointments now are available as early as 7 a.m. and as late as 6 p.m. at GHS Outpatient Radiology. In addition, GHS Outpatient Radiology offers full-field digital mammography. This technology allows radiologists to provide the highest level of diagnostic care, including lower radiation doses, reduced breast discomfort and improved cancer detection rates. To schedule an appointment, call (864) 455-7774.

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ance consumers who reenrolled in Marketplace coverage, but switched plans at the same level between 2014 and 2015, saved approximately $14 per month or $173 annually. Thirty percent of South Carolinians reenrolling switched plans between 2014 and 2015 and saved more than $3 million in premium costs, according to the report. South Carolinians will have fewer options for 2016, however, after Consumers’ Choice announced on Oct. 22 that it would not offer coverage in 2016, citing its long-term insustainability. The move forces 67,000 individuals and businesses to shop for new coverage. According to healthcare.gov, Aetna, BlueChoice and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina offer plans. Open enrollment for coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2016 starts on Nov. 1 and runs through Dec. 15. Consumers can still sign up until Jan. 31 for coverage beginning later.

GHS Honored with Two UHC Awards UHC, an alliance of the nation’s leading nonprofit academic medical centers and their affiliated hospitals, recently honored GHS with the Supply Chain Performance Excellence Award and Supplier Diversity Leadership Award. GHS was chosen based on its performance and demonstrated commitment to supporting the growth of minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses. GHS Recognized for Reducing Hospital Readmissions Several GHS hospitals were recognized for significantly reducing readmission rates for Medicare patients with certain diagnoses. These reduced readmission rates were made possible through collaboration with Preventing Avoidable Readmissions Together (PART), an organization that links medical and community organizations working to keep patients living with chronic diseases at home. Not-for-profits Receive Funding Five not-for-profit organizations received funds from Laurens County Memorial Hospital through endowment funds from GHS. The $100,000 gift was shared with Hospice of Laurens County, Laurens County Cancer Association, Laurens County Future Scholarship Program, Laurens Memorial Home for the Aged and Good Shepherd Free Medical Clinic.

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6 | GREENVILLE JOURNAL | 10.30.2015 | VIEWS

OPINION VIEWS FROM YOUR COMMUNITY, HEARD HERE

Bacongate: how bad is bacon, really? IN MY OWN WORDS

by Regina Franco

Bacon, sausage and other processed meats are now ranked alongside cigarettes and asbestos as known carcinogens, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced this week. Its research group reviewed 800 studies on cancer in humans, focusing on environmental and lifestyle factors that may contribute to the disease, and produced a summary stating that processed meats cause cancer and red meat likely causes cancer. Now, that doesn’t mean that eating a hot dog is as carcinogenic as smoking a cigarette. A person’s risk of getting cancer from meat is still small. But WHO is saying that risk increases with the amount of meat consumed, especially on a daily basis. Processed meat is meat that has been preserved through additives, curing, salting, smoking, drying or canning. Examples include ham, bacon, and sausage; deli meats like bologna and salami; and such others as chicken nuggets, hot dogs and beef jerky. A serving is considered two strips of bacon or meat the size of a deck of cards. Processed meats are a problem for very real scientific reasons. When added to meats, preservatives like sodium nitrite form nitrosamines. These are known carcinogens, increasing the risk for stomach and colon cancer. Meats that are cured with organic nitrates, such as those made from celery juice and sea salts, must still have this label because they still are converted into the dangerous nitrosamines. What should a person do to avoid cancer-causing meats, or maybe more

important, just eat healthier? Move away from processed meats toward fresh meats and limit servings of meats to four or fewer per week. Learn from the “blue zones,” the world’s hot spots for longevity. Habits of these cultures include eating meat sparingly, as a side dish or to flavor other dishes, eating more produce and a variety of vegetables, and typically a half-cup of cooked beans per day. Studies also show the best longevity foods are leafy greens. Recent research found that middle-aged people who consumed the equivalent of a cup of cooked greens daily were half as likely to die in the next four years as those who ate no greens. For me, the biggest change came when I decided to eat at home more often and bring my own lunches to work. In 2012, 45 percent of meals are eaten outside of the home – a trend we need to reverse. When Americans cook at home, they consume fewer carbohydrates, less sugar and less fat than those who cook less or not at all. Make it easy on yourself by packaging those leftovers or freshly made lunches in batches so you can just grab what you need in the morning. At the GHS Cancer Institute, we counsel cancer survivors to eat healthy. We hope that this report will encourage healthy eating for everyone, whether or not they have been affected by cancer. Regina Franco, MSN, ANP-C, is the manager of the Greenville Health System Cancer Institute’s Center for Integrative Oncology and Survivorship. She has worked in oncology since 1981 and also is a breast cancer survivor.

Explore the arts at Open Studios IN MY OWN WORDS

by Alan Ethridge

Next weekend’s 14th annual Greenville Open Studios has 133 participating artists, making Nov. 7-8 another fantastic weekend for the area’s visual arts community. Over 410,000 people have experienced the event in those 14 years, and over $2.2 million in art has been sold. Last year 44,801 visits were recorded and sales totaled $215,880 – remarkable results that are indicative of Greenville’s continually expanding support of our cultural offerings. The 2015 presenting sponsors are Regions Bank and SEW Eurodrive. Regions South Carolina President Chris Riley and Juergen, Christopher and Rainer Blickle, principals at SEW Eurodrive, have been loyal supporters of Greenville Open Studios for years, and we look forward to working with them more as our cultural community continues to grow. Next weekend’s event offers free and convenient community access to the visual arts by creating opportunities for artists and the general public to interact. Greenville Open Studios has evolved into the premier sales and marketing event for artists living and working within a 15-mile radius of downtown Greenville. The weekend also provides an excellent way to learn more about artistic processes and sources of inspiration. Several ways are available to select studios to visit – for an official catalogue, call MAC at 864-467-3132 or visit www.greenvilleARTS.com. “Twelve-Inch Program,” an exhibit at the MAC Gallery featuring one 12” x 12” x 12” work of art from each artist, provides a comprehensive overview of the event. The exhibit runs from Oct. 30 through Dec. 18, and the gallery is open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

MAC is again offering a web application for the 2015 event. Via cell phone or through greenvilleopenstudios.com, you can access information on the participating artists by name, medium, location and artist statement. This unique feature also allows you to create a list of artist studios to visit and plan your travel route with a mapping feature that is integrated with Google Maps and GPS devices. Also featured are hyperlinks for users to visit sponsor websites. This application was designed and implemented by Up&Up, and we greatly appreciate the time and investment that this company has provided for the past six years for this feature. It is imperative that we continue to support our existing cultural assets that make Greenville a remarkable place to live and work. The arts throughout Greenville County account for an estimated economic impact of over $215 million annually, and play a major role in attracting new businesses and tourists to the area. If the arts are to serve the public, then the public should, in turn, support the arts so that our quality of life is maintained. Greenville Open Studios’ hours are Saturday, Nov. 7 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 8, from noon-6 p.m. Feel free to contact the MAC office any time throughout the weekend if you need additional information. The late Romanian playwright Eugene Ionesco once said, “A work of art is above all an adventure of the mind.” Open Studios provides you with 133 distinct and unique opportunities to experience these adventures next weekend. Happy and safe traveling. Alan Ethridge is executive director of the Metropolitan Arts Council.

Speak your mind The Journal welcomes letters to the editor and guest columns on timely public issues. Letters should include name, city, phone number and email address for verification purposes and should not exceed 300 words. Columns should include a photo and short bio of the author and should not exceed 600 words. Writers should demonstrate relevant expertise and make balanced, fact-based arguments.

All submissions will be edited and become the property of the Journal. We do not guarantee publication or accept letters or columns that are part of organized campaigns. We prefer electronic submissions. Contact Executive Editor Susan Clary Simmons at ssimmons@communityjournals.com.


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Front Row

GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

CINDY LANDRUM | STAFF

clandrum@communityjournals.com Greenville County Schools board of trustees’ agenda ranged from property issues to design awards on Tuesday. For a front row seat, see below:

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INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARD Greenville school trustees learned Tuesday that Dr. Phinnize J. Fisher Middle School is different from any other middle school in Greenville County and the state of South Carolina. Just how different earned Greenville County Schools, Greenville-based architectural firm McMillan Pazdan Smith and education architectural firm Fielding Nair International an international school design award, trustees were told. Fisher Middle received the 2015 Council of Educational Facility Planners International James D. MacConnell Award. It was the first time a South Carolina school had won the award, which is given for designing a school building that serves as a teaching tool. The award was displayed at the school board’s meeting Tuesday night.

FIBER ARTS PROGRAM The board gave final approval to a new fiber arts program at the Fine Arts Center that gives homage to Greenville’s past as the Textile Capital of the World while preparing students for a future in fibers – whether it is a job in an industry that is still thriving but changed or as a fiber artist. The program would have a four-year curriculum to include courses already offered at the Fine Arts Center as well as instruction in fabric techniques, formation, manipulation and design. The Fine Arts Center plans to collaborate with North Carolina State University’s textile program as well as private industries such as Sage Automotive Interiors. FAC Director Roy Fluhrer said the program would be the first of its kind in the country. The Fine Arts Center launched a similar program in architecture in 2013.

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Pediatrics Lara Huber, MD Pediatric Rheumatology Greenville, 454-5004

Family Medicine Michael Peters, MD Keystone Family Medicine Greenville, 454-5000

Vascular Medicine Saundra S. Spruiell, DO GHS Center for Venous and Lymphatic Medicine Greenville, 454-8346

Tullious Stoudemayer Jr., MD Travelers Rest Family Medicine Travelers Rest, 834-3192 Gynecology Melisa Holmes, MD Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology Greenville, 455-1600 Internal Medicine Divya Rao, MD Cypress Internal Medicine–Greer Greer, 797-9550 Margaret Sims, MD GHS Pediatrics & Internal Medicine–Wade Hampton Greenville, 522-5000

INTERNAL MEDICINE PRACTICE GHS Internal Medicine–Maxwell Pointe (formerly Cypress Internal Medicine–Maxwell Pointe) opened Mon., Oct. 5, with GHS doctor Laura Espinosa, MD 3907 S. Hwy. 14 Greenville, 522-1300 GHS PHYSICIAN FINDER Call 1-844-GHS-DOCS (447-3627) weekdays 8 a.m.-8 p.m., and a trained operator will schedule a visit for you.

BAKERS CHAPEL ELEMENTARY TO BE SOLD The old Baker’s Chapel Elementary School is being sold to Vinyl Properties for $280,900. The school, which dated back to the days of segregation, has been vacant since 2006. The property was declared surplus by the board in 2007 and contains about 10.2 acres of land and two buildings totaling nearly 25,000 square feet. The buildings were built in 1957 and 1968.

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New test scores show most South Carolina students are not ready for college CINDY LANDRUM | STAFF

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The latest public school test results are in – and they’re not pretty for those who think standardized tests are a good gauge of how South Carolina students are achieving in the classroom. Fewer than half of the state’s high school seniors are ready for college, according to results of the ACT exam they took last spring as juniors – the first year the state required all 11th graders to take this standardized test. The ACT Aspire test, which measures progress toward college and career readiness in third- through eighth-graders, showed similar results. In Greenville County, 35.2 percent of third graders scored “ready” in math. Only 16.6 percent of eighth graders scored ready. Worse, the results of the federal National Assessment of Educational Progress (called the nation’s report card) that were released Wednesday put South Carolina’s fourth- and eighth-grade students in the bottom third nationwide. Some say the scores should serve as a warning. “A high school diploma no longer will meet the demands of 21st century jobs in South Carolina and no longer will provide a living wage for our families,” said state Education Oversight Committee Executive Director Melanie Barton. But Furman University education professor Paul Thomas said standard-

ized test scores overwhelmingly reflect the home situation of students, not the quality of school they attend. “Social reform will increase student achievement more than any standardized test. We’ve done standardized testing for 30 years and it hasn’t worked and it never will work,” Thomas said. “Schools need to reform, but the reform needs to be in the conditions of learning, not outcomes. We need to stop worrying about test scores and start worrying about equity issues.”

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Thomas said studies show that at least 60 percent of standardized test scores reflect a students’ socioeconomic condition. Some studies put that as high as 85 percent. That doesn’t bode well for South Carolina.The 2015 Kids Count report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, ranked the state 42nd in child well-being. But as bad as that is, the ranking showed improvement, moving up from 45th. The latest Kids Count numbers show 27 percent of South Carolina’s children live in poverty, 35 percent have parents who lack secure employment and 59 percent don’t attend preschool. In Greenville County, the fourth-highest ranked county in the state, 24.5 percent of children live in poverty. Fourteen percent live in areas with a high concentra-

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tion of poverty. Minority and poor children typically don’t do as well as white and more affluent children in school. Yet poor students and those for whom English is a second language disproportionately are placed in classrooms with new teachers and given less access to advanced classes, Thomas said. Berea and Carolina Academy had some of the lowest average ACT composite scores in Greenville County. Riverside had some of the highest. “If you’d swap the faculties of these schools, the outcome would be the same,” he said. “Social programs should be our No.1 priority rather than obsessing about standards and testing. Having worse educational opportunities compounds that they have struggling lives.” OnTrack Greenville, a new initiative that could total $15 million over five years, is an early warning response system focusing on four middle schools in the White Horse Road corridor, one of the county’s poorest areas with the county’s worst high school graduation rates and test scores.

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Ready or not Students scoring “ready” based upon the college readiness benchmark score (meaning they have a 50 percent chance of obtaining a B or higher in first-year college courses or a 75 percent chance of earning a C or higher).

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38.7%

Mathematics

27.6%

21.6%

Reading

32.4%

25.8%

Science

23.2%

17.9%

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In addition to tackling classroom shortcomings, OnTrack Greenville combines nonprofit social agencies, the United Way and Greenville County Schools in an effort to address the out-of-school needs of students and their families that might become barriers to success in school. The program began in August.

NOT WHERE WE WANT TO BE Dr. Jason McCreary, Greenville County Schools’ Director of Accountability and Quality Assurance said at least some of the lower scores on the ACT Aspire test can be attributed to the state’s failure to align the test to the state standards. He said Greenville County students performed better on the SCPASS exam administered to 4th-8th grade students because that test is more aligned with standards being taught in the classroom. “Greenville County Schools focuses not so much on what tests are given but that we’re teaching to the standards and making them relevant to the real world,” he said. The South Carolina test results were released at a time when President Obama asserts students are taking too many standardized tests. A study by the Council of the Great City Schools showed an average student in the U.S. takes an average of 112 standardized tests between prekindergarten and grade 12. In addition to tests administered for accountability purposes, Greenville County students also take the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test twice a year to gain more detailed information about their academic growth and weak areas. “I don’t know that there are too many tests. I think there are too many misuses of tests,” McCreary said. “We shouldn’t give a test unless it benefits teaching and learning.”


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GREENVILLE CITY COUNCIL

BENJAMIN JEFFERS | STAFF

bjeffers@communityjournals.com Speeding and parking were highlights on the Greenville City Council agenda this week. For a front row seat, see below:

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SPEEDING Several residents complained to council about speeding on McDaniel Avenue, which they say is a popular cut-through between Augusta Street and downtown because it doesn’t have traffic calming devices like speed bumps. One resident showed a radar gun he bought on Amazon to track speeds. Mayor Knox White said the city’s program has solved many traffic problems in the area. “If Donald Trump were here he’d say we have the greatest traffic calming program in the whole world,” White joked. However, unlike neighboring streets, McDaniel is owned by the state rather than the city, so the city has fewer options to calm traffic other than asking the state Department of Transportation to make changes. Valerie Homes, a city traffic engineer, said the traffic volumes on the road were too high for DOT to allow speed bumps. She said the best option for McDaniel would probably be similar to the narrowing of North Main Street.

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THE NEWS IN BRIEF FIRST HOUR FREE IN ALL CITY GARAGES Greenville is changing its parking garage fees starting Nov. 1. The first hour of parking will be free in all city garages. The second hour will be $1.50, with each additional hour $1 and a daily maximum of $7.50. The cost to park at the Washington Street parking deck and the West End park-andride lot, which is expected to open by the end of November, will be $1 per hour to a max of $7. The city will continue to offer free weekend parking at the Richardson Street Garage, with new extended hours of 6 p.m. on Friday to 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. Additionally, free night and weekend parking will still be available at the Washington Street parking deck from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday, and all day on Saturdays and Sundays. The city will offer free parking in all of its parking facilities during Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. As part of Holiday Happening in December, a special flat rate of $2 will be charged to park at the Commons, Richardson Street, South Spring Street, Poinsett and River Street garages from 6 p.m. on Dec. 11 to 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 13.

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THE FILM HOUSE TO TAKE HIATUS

The Film House, which screens independent and foreign films as well as repertory classics and cult favorites, will take an indefinite hiatus beginning in January. Founder Daryn Zongrone, marketing director Jill Brinson and digital director Mark Johnson Tuesday, November 11, 2014 made the announcement on Facebook on Friday. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The Film House, which had hopes of opening a permanent space, has teamed with small businesses to screen the films for the past two years. This seminar is for anyone who has experienced loss and grief, as well as professionals who “This is not to say that The Film House is dead…just…sleeping,” the announcement Baptist Greenville, Fellowship Hall help grieving individuals, such as Nurses, CounselorsFirst and Therapists, Social Workers, 847Administrators, Cleveland St.and Chaplains, Clergy Members, Guidance Counselors, Psychologists, LTC said. “We must now pursue some new and unexpected opportunities that have been Educators. (Continuing Education Credit available. More information upon SC request.) Greenville, 29601 presented to us.” Small group topics presented by area professionals. Lunch will be provided. RSVP by Friday, November 7 Events scheduled through the end of 2015 will continue. First Baptist Greenville, Fellowship Hall, For a listing, go to greenvillefilmhouse.com. seminar is for anyone has experienced loss and grief, as well as professionals 847 ClevelandThis St., Greenville, SCwho 29601 A seminar for loss, hope and healing

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Greenville firefighter Casey Wickline is again a member of the U.S. Bobsled National Team. The national team trials were held this past weekend and the team was announced Monday. Wickline is a member of USA 2, one of the two U.S. teams that will travel to Germany next month to compete in the World Cup. At the trials, Wickline and Nick Cunningham, a two-time Olympian, won the twoman race. He, Cunningham, Sam Michener and James Reed took second in the fourWOODLAWN man competition. Memorial Park, Funerals and Cremations Adam Clark, a student in Greenville Tech’s aircraft technology program, also made the national team.

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THE NEWS IN BRIEF THE FUTURE OF FLAVOR IS NOV. 5 The past and future of food will be on the plate Nov. 5 at 3 p.m. at Clemson University. The lecture will feature food expert, USC professor and food historian David Shields, who will explore the history of the American palate and how changes in taste have influenced plant breeding. “Growing out a cuisine with the guidance of the historical record gives SHIELDS you the most convenient grounds for experimentation with making ingredients as fine as they can be – given the time, place, economy and environmental conditions,” Shields said in a release. The free event is open to the public. Off-campus guests can park for free in the C-01 lot between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Shuttle service will be provided. For more information, call 864-656-1720.

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APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR CITIZENS’ ACADEMY The Greenville Police Department is accepting applications for the 2016 Citizens’ Academy. Participants will learn about services the GPD and City of Greenville offer, what an officer deals with while on duty and how communications specialists answer and dispatch emergency calls. The classes are free and open to anyone who lives or works within the city limits. Classes will be held every Tuesday Feb. 9-May 24 from 6-9 p.m. at the police department’s training facility. Participants must attend at least 12 sessions to graduate and must be at least 21 years old with no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions that carry a penalty of imprisonment greater than one year, or convictions for any crime of moral turpitude. Participants must not be awaiting trial for any criminal offense (excluding minor traffic offenses), and must submit to a criminal history check. For more information, email the Community Outreach team at communityoutreach@ greenvillesc.gov or call 864-467-6677. For a copy of the application, visit bit.ly/ citizens-academy2016.

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Scott Dishman recognized for work with addicted families BENJAMIN JEFFERS | STAFF

bjeffers@communityjournals.com Clemson University last week awarded Greenville’s Scott T. Dishman with the James F. Barker Ethics in Action Award for his work as director of community engagement at The Family Effect. The award is named after Clemson’s 14th president, who recently stepped down after nearly 14 years of service at the school. Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney, who serves on the board of directors of The Family Effect, nominated Dishman. Dishman is the second recipient of the award, the institute’s highest accolade. The first went to Barker, the award’s namesake. Dishman said receiving the award was an honor, not only for him but the entire team at The Family Effect, which works to combat addiction and its impact on South Carolina children and families. “It was a huge vote of confidence in the work we are doing.”

“When that spotlight gets turned around, it’s kind of blinding, and I’m not used to it,” Dishman said. But he hopes the award will increase community awareness of the work members of the organizations are doing to help families struggling because of addiction problems. Dishman served in corporate marketing and brand strategy in New York City and South Carolina for 21 years, working his way up to director of communications at Michelin in the United States. But he said the volunteer work he was doing on the side with disadvantaged children at A Child’s Haven began to feel much more rewarding for him than his corporate work. When he was volunteering, Dishman said, he tried to be as informed as he could be in the area of child advocacy. “I dove pretty far into the topic and did a lot of reading.” In 2006, he said he sat down with his wife and asked if he could cut his salary in half by leaving his job to work at

A Child’s Haven. She agreed, and his career trajectory changed. Dishman soon realized that most of the children A Child’s Haven helped were coming out of addicted households, so he helped launch The Family Effect to support the Phoenix Center’s efforts to end family addiction. The Family Effect helps mothers and children though Serenity Place, a residential treatment center. The Phoenix Center also has a six-to-eight week clinical program called Whitehorse Academy for teen boys addicted to drugs. Dishman said Whitehorse Academy has a high success rate, with 70 percent of teens staying drug-free a year after completing

the program. The Family Effect also supports outpatient treatment for families. He said 1,500 families received help last year through outpatient services.

For more information about The Family Effect, visit familyeffect.org.

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Timeline 60 YEARS IN GREENVILLE COUNTY 1941 National Young Life organization incorporated.

1954 Don and Chlo Baltz start teen group at Carolina High School.

1954 Arnie Jacobs joins Balztes in Greenville.

1955-59 Jacobs becomes first official Young Life staff member. Greenville and Travelers Rest high schools begin Young Life.

1967 Dave Wayner and Joel Patterson reorganize the group as volunteer leaders, JL Mann High ministry opens. A local operating committee of adults forms.

1969-79 Skeeter Powell becomes area director. Ministries start at Christ Church and Wade Hampton high schools

1980-87 Bill Goans becomes area director.

1984 Young Life begins at Eastside High School.

1987 Mauldin High School group begins.

1988-2004 Charley Patten becomes area director.

1994 Riverside High begins group.

1998

1999 Southside High launches multicultural ministry (until 2010).

2003 WyldLife for middle school students begins at Christ Church Episcopal School.

2005 David Bokowy becomes area director.

2013 Wade Hampton High chapter reopened.

2015 Multicultural group begins at Legacy Charter School.

Get involved Current Young Life groups

Youth ministry celebrates 60 years in Upstate

Greenville High Christ Church Episcopal School (high school and middle school) JL Mann (traditional and Capernaum)

APRIL A. MORRIS | STAFF

Mauldin High

amorris@communityjournals.com Young Life in Greenville began with a couple, Don and Chlo Baltz, who were investing in the lives of a group of teenagers in 1954. The gathering of high school students wasn’t yet officially Young Life, but was ministering to students initially at Carolina High School, said current Young Life area director David Bokowy, a 25-year veteran himself. Young Life is a nonprofit ministry that offers off-campus meetings for teens who may not attend a local church, said Bokowy, and features a 15-minute message and time for fun. Teens can also attend camp and small group Bible study. One of the tenets of Young Life is “go to where the kids are,” said Bokowy. Another more tonguein-cheek principle, he said, is “It’s a sin to bore kids with the gospel.” With the arrival of the first official Young Life staff member, Arnie Jacobs, in 1955, the organization added Greenville and Travelers Rest high schools to its roster. The YL groups met weekly and cultivated relationships with students “where they were,” Bokowy said. In Young Life, the role of the adults is to be present for the students and develop relationships, he said. The teen years are very formative; kids are “asking, ‘who am I? Do I belong? How do I fit in?’ and ‘Where am I going?’” Bokowy said. “Relationships [between

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“Staff can come and go, but a local board is critical,” he said. From that point forward, Young Life has had a local committee to help support the ministry, spread the word and and raise funds. More growth came in 1969 when Skeeter Powell became 1970’s the area director. In the 1970s, Christ Church Episcopal School and Wade Hampton High School added Young Life groups. Groups launched at Eastside, Mauldin and revived at Travelers Rest in the 1980s under the leadership of Bill Goans. Charley Patten, Young Life director from 1988 to 2004, had an influence over Bokowy’s journey to become a YL staffer. Bokowy was a volunteer leader as a Furman University student and was struggling with his major choice. Patten encouraged Bokowy to pursue a staff position and Bokowy later trained in Greens1950’s boro, NC. “When I heard [the gospel] leaders and among participants] are imfrom somebody who I knew portant.” cared about me, I heard it for the first time,” said Bokowy of his own experience with Young Life. He returned to the UpGROWTH AND EXPANSION state in 2005 as area director. Since then, After the departure of Jacobs in 1959, Legacy Charter School launched a chapYoung Life had no designated staff member ter and the Wade Hampton High School until 1967, when volunteers Dave Wayner chapter has become active again, he said. In addition to the weekly meetings, stuand Joel Patterson worked to give the local organization a facelift. The pair began dents can attend weeklong camps, called recruiting adult volunteers and launched “the best week of your life,” at Windy the chapter at JL Mann High School. Their Gap in Weaverville, NC, or Carolina Point, effort yielded the first local adult operating which straddles the Carolinas’ borders. The program has experienced an board, an essential, said Bokowy. PHOTOS PROVIDED

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“incredible amount of growth” in recent years, so much that it sent 750 students to camp last year—enough to fill both camps, he said. Groups also travel to Young Life facilities as far away as Colorado.

So you know Celebrate the Story WHAT: Young Life fundraising banquet WHEN: Nov. 3, 6-8:30 p.m. WHERE: TD Center

LOOKING FORWARD Teens are the core, but strong adult support is important, said Bokowy, noting that each high school has up to eight volunteers, from college student to adult. The Greenville area has evolved into a training ground, he added, with two recently trained area directors moving to

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lend a hand, Bokowy said. After 60 years in Greenville, Young Life is looking to grow when the time is right, he said. “We will only open an-

other high school if the infrastructure is there.” However, there are still students to reach, he said. “We want to be in every high school in Greenville County.”


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Cobwebs, fake fog and ‘Haunted Helen’ Frasher family decks their halls with Halloween monsters BENJAMIN JEFFERS | STAFF

bjeffers@communityjournals.com There’s usually that one house in the neighborhood that all the little witches, zombies and princesses love to visit on Halloween – the house where the owners don’t skimp on candy and truly grasp the full essence of the season. Jack Frasher, president of Maserati Lotus Greenville, and his wife Cathy own such a house on the corner of Crescent and Jones Avenue in Greenville. What started out as just a few monsters in the windows dur-

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ing the early 2000s has turned into a full-blown production, the couple admits. At night, 6,000 purple LED lights illuminate the house. More than 20 monsters, some of them animatronic, stand in the front yard or peer out various windows. A laser show, industrial fog machine, copious cobwebs and loud music add to the spooky effect. To top it off, a hearse dubbed “Haunted Helen” is parked in the front driveway. Jack Frasher said about seven or eight years ago he started looking for a hearse to park out front during Halloween and found one that a haunted house used to own in Helen, Ga. (hence the name). The Frashers work with interior designer Ray Dowis, who helps transform the house into a Halloween spectacle. Dowis said the setup takes about a week. He said each year “it’s a little bit bigger and a little bit better.” One night a car stopped in the street and the passengers started clapping and yelling “Bravo,” he said. Since the Frashers began going all out for Halloween they’ve tried to add at least one monster each year. “The more we made Halloween fun, the more kids we had [come trick-ortreating],” Frasher said. He estimates that last year 300 kids showed up at their house Halloween night. People will spend and average of $73.34 this year on Halloween related goods, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF). The organization expects spending for Halloween to reach

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For others like interior designer Bobbi Harter of Simpsonville, the holiday provides a creative outlet. Harter hosts a Halloween party for 75-100 people each year. “I used to do Christmas parties, but they just don’t satisfy my creative craziness,” Harter said. She said she has to “undecorate” her house during Halloween by taking all the regular accessories down and bringing in dead trees, coffins, scary photos and other items. This year’s party was themed after movie “Ghostbusters.” Green cellophane mimicking slime covered the inside and outside of the WILL CROOKS / CONTRIBUTING house. Ghosts looked like they were passing through the windows, and a large $6.9 billion this year, a little lower than Stay Puft Marshmallow Man stood on the the $7.4 billion spent last year. But NRF roof. spokesperson Treacy Reynolds said Harter said she sets about a $300 spending is essentially the same as last budget each year and saves on costs by year when taking into consideration the creating her own garnishments like cofmargin of error of the organization’s fins and tombstones (one of which has spending surveys. the name of her mother-in-law on it – as People have different reasons for get- a joke). Harter even makes up funny epiting into Halloween. For Frasher, it’s the taphs for many of the tombstones. chance to elicit a reaction from people. “It’s like interior design: It’s the finish“Emotion—that’s the part of life you don’t ing touches that make all the difference want to miss,” he said. in the world,” she said.


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bjeffers@communityjournals.com When Army Air Corps veteran Martin Wilkie was in the military, he missed his one chance to ride on a B-24 heavy bomber aircraft. The pilot said that somebody would have to stay on the ground because the plane was one parachute short. “He turned around and pointed at me,” Wilkie said. Wilkie never got another opportunity – until last week, when he and two other veterans, John Shideler and Dr. Homer Larson, all rode in a B-24 when the Wings of Freedom Tour flew into the Greenville Downtown Airport. The utilitarian interior of the aircraft had replica machine guns pointing outside of large open windows, a narrow catwalk between the front and back sections of the plane and turrets where gunners would have perched during the war. The tail section even had an opening on the floor where the ground could be seen passing by underneath. Passengers were allowed to walk around during the flight, but were warned not to step on any doors on the floor because they were designed to open when pressure was applied. Wilkie, Shideler and Larson rode in the front section of the plane near the cockpit, a group of volunteers and media personnel rode in the tail section. During the Wings of Freedom tour at the airport last Friday through Sunday, people could tour the B-24, along with a B-17 Flying Fortress and a P-51 Mustang fighter. Wilkie, who is now 92 years old, was a mechanic in the Army Air Corps, the precursor to the Air Force, and said he worked on turbo-superchargers, mainly for the B-17 bomber. The turbo-superchargers were near the plane’s engines and maintained sea-level pressure at a high altitude, Wilkie said, adding he still has a supercharger at home.

Navy veteran John Shideler, Josh Kimbrell with Honor Flight and Army Air Corps veteran Martin Wilkie, 92, wait by a B-17 bomber before catching a ride on a B-24.

in the Pacific islands, had a B-24 that he rode in before. Once back on the ground, the veterans said they enjoyed the ride, which lasted about 30 minutes and flew around parts of Greenville. “Yes, sir, that was really nice,” Wilkie said.

Shideler, like Wilkie, had never flown in a B-24. He was in the Navy and said his wife’s father had flown one. “I admired them because I liked to stay on the ground,” he said. Larson, who was drafted when he was 19, said his Army Air Corps outfit, which helped support the move toward Japan

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Tanisha Humphrey was 38 years old when she received her breast cancer diagnosis. She was among the roughly 13,000 women under 40 who are diagnosed annually in the U.S. These young women face unique issues and concerns like body image, fertility, career and young family. After noticing the number of women under 40 with breast cancer diagnoses, Bon Secours St. Francis Cancer Center launched a monthly support group called Face2Face, said patient navigator Sarah Clark. Humphrey said she was faced with cancer treatment along with the pressures of work, family life, marriage, afterschool activities and homework for her three daughters. The Face2Facegroup gave her a chance to talk about the effects of chemotherapy, and a chance for her to offer others insight and support after she finished treatment in January 2015. Since September, the new group has offered these women a chance to meet in person to build upon the connection they had already made on social media, Clark said, noting she knows of approximately 40 women in treatment right now who are under 40 and heard about the Young Survival Coalition and the Face2Face groups. “They come to the table with a different scenario than a lot of patients, I think. They are working, trying to keep a marriage going, have kids, school, lots

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of different facets of life are happening at that age,” Clark said. “We add treatment and layers onto an already busy life.” At this age, “you may have little ones or teenagers and [for them] you want to try to live a normal life or the new normal,” Humphrey agreed. Participants are in different stages of their treatment, and can talk about concerns ranging from dating and early menopause to marriage and working, Clark said. The group does not have an educational focus or set topic, rather, the discussion is participant-driven, she said. When faced with cancer, many women put on a strong “game face” and the group offers a safe place to take off the game face for a while, she said. The group is open to all and meets monthly at the St. Francis Cancer Center. “It was great to see the support and the other women who were going through or had gone through the same thing,” said Humphrey. “It was good to know that I wasn’t alone feeling this way.”

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Community Voices Call to Action

By Deb Osborne

New ACS guidelines on mammograms will cost lives Last week, the American Cancer Society released new screening guidelines that bump up the suggested age for a first mammogram from 40 to 45 for women at average risk for breast cancer. The ACS also recommends that women transition to every other year screenings after age 55. These cancer survivors believe their outcomes could have been much different if the ACS’s new guidelines had been the standard before their breast cancers were diagnosed. Valerie Cook was an active 40-year-old mother of Nolan, 12, and Foster, 10, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had her first mammogram at 35, once the standard recommendation for a baseline.

Cannon and her husband, Marcus, have two young daughters. She opted for a double mastectomy. “God led me in the right direction,” she says. Their tumors were all different, but these women speak with one voice on this: Until breast cancer is eradicated or a cure is found, early diagnosis is the best tool we have to fight this disease so, as Cannon says, “no woman ever has to walk this road again.” Deb Osborne is Executive Director of the Susan G. Komen Mountains to Midlands affiliate and newly retired from a 33-year teaching career, including 28 years at J.L. Mann High School where she was Athletic Director. She is a six-year breast cancer survivor.

“Thirty-five, then again in five years, then every year after,” Cook recites. She wasn’t experiencing symptoms, and no significant family history of breast cancer. “I do things because I like to be proactive. I would rather worry unnecessarily than not know I should worry.” Cook believed in healthy living: no drinking, lots of exercise, a daily run. With no weight problem to worry about, her diet was “probably my biggest downfall,” she jokes. “I was rocked to my core” by her diagnosis, she recalls. Valerie Cook with her family Breast cancer is an umbrella term covering a wide array of complex conditions. Cook’s cancer was identified as HER2+, meaning there were high concentrations of proteins that would make the cancer more likely to spread. Her treatment: a double mastectomy and two rounds of highly targeted chemo. Which route to choose “is a very personal decision,” she says. “Everyone I’ve been friends with have all chosen slightly different things. You and your doctor should be able to choose the right treatment for yourself.” Robin Wilson chose “an aggressive path” when an annual screening mammogram detected her cancer at age 41. Robin is a pediatric dentist with a practice in Greenville and her husband, James, is an oral surgeon. They have two girls, 17 and 15. In addition to the demands of career and family, Wilson gives back to the community as a member of the board of the Cancer Society of Greenville and the All In Foundation.

Robin Wilson with husband, James, and their two daughters

Her sharp wit and strong support system helped her through four rounds of chemo and a double mastectomy. Four years later she is cancer free, an outcome she attributes to early detection. “You just have no idea,” she says, “what would have happened if we’d waited four more years.” Michelle Cannon and Leslie Crews have been best friends since they were 12. They grew up together, got married, raised families and, when the diagnoses came, they were each other’s support. Crews is 41 and has faced breast cancer twice - once at 32 and once at 37. Like so many, she had no family history or significant risk factors. Cannon says she was “the shoulder Leslie cried on - every mammogram she went to, every shadow that showed up.” Cannon’s own diagnosis came in February 2014 at age 39, after a standard breast exam at the doctor’s office. The stage one tumor was very small, requiring two mammograms and an ultrasound to isolate it.

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Opportunity knocks for USC and Clemson The key word this week is “opportunity.”

THE GAME: USC at Texas A&M, Saturday, Oct. 31, 12 p.m. On Nov. 1, 2008, Clemson University’s interim head coach, Dabo Swinney, scored his first win, beating the Boston College Eagles at Alumni Stadium. In a season that had gone completely haywire, a season marred by the sudden departure of Coach Tommy Bowden, the game was as close to a statement win as the Tigers were capable of producing. After one more loss, to a far superior Florida State team, Clemson fired off three straight victories to become bowl-eligible by the thinnest of margins – and a new era began in Tigertown. USC faces a similar moment this weekend. Like Boston College in 2008, Texas A&M is a talented but erratic team. They’ve lost their last two games and are coming to this matchup unranked, but

those losses are to powerhouses Alabama & Ole Miss. The Gamecocks will meet the Aggies at Kyle Field in Texas, never a good omen. And yet, this is eerily similar to the situation the Clemson team faced in 2008. Every college football season serves up games like this; moments where a team that has no business winning takes advantage of a faltering superpower (witness an ailing Georgia Tech’s win over Florida State last weekend). Coaches like USC’s Shawn Elliott, who rely on sheer emotion to pump up their teams, tend to excel in the shortterm, and given the current uncertainty about who will ultimately take the reins at Carolina next season, this could be a chance for Elliott to put a definitive stamp on the team and pave the way to his future.

THE GAME: #3 Clemson at NC State, Saturday, Oct. 31st, 3:30 p.m.

As for Clemson, the opportunity here is one the team hasn’t faced since the early 1980’s. As young as they are, this Clemson team looks about as powerful as any in college football across the nation, let alone the ACC. Their 58-0 drubbing of Miami was the worst loss in the history of the Hurricanes’ program, and by halftime the Tigers had racked up 363 total yards, 22 first downs, 0 turnovers and 2 takeaways. They also racked up one starting quarterback, thanks to Shaw Lawson’s earthshaking, bell-ringing sack of Brad Kaaya early in the game. Once Kaaya was out and the score hit 45-0, Swinney put in his third-stringers, who promptly managed one more turnover and two rushing touchdowns (from quarterback Kelly Bryant, no less). All told, the Tigers humiliated Miami badly enough to initiate the early dismissal of Coach Al Golden, leaving six AP poll vot-

ers confident enough in Clemson to vote them first in the nation. Now, with Florida State on the ropes and Utah’s drop out of the top five, Clemson’s chance at another level of greatness has arrived. If they can follow through, DeShaun Watson can stay healthy, and they continue to improve their occasional big-play issues in the secondary, no one’s going to be talking about stopping at the ACC championship. The time may have arrived for Clemson to move into the four-team playoff and fight for their first national championship in almost 35 years. They’re that good. The only question now is how well the Tigers will handle the transition from hunters to hunted. They’ve got a pretty big bull’s-eye on their backs now. Vincent Harris covers music and sports for The Greenville Journal. He can be reached at vharris@communityjournals.com.


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OUR COMMUNITY COMMUNITY NEWS, EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS Furman University’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development is accepting applications for the Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI), Class of 2016. Online applications are due by Nov. 13. Women who have demonstrated successful leadership, community involvement and have a desire to help others are encouraged to apply. Visit wlioffurman.com for more information and to apply. For more information, visit furman.edu/wli or call 294-2156.

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Mental Health America of Greenville County’s annual Call for Compassion faith-based conference will focus on “Men and the Stigma of Mental Illness: Developing Copings Skills for Every Day Life” and ways to support the men who are struggling to cope with a mental illnesses such as anxiety, addiction, depression or bipolar disorder. The Nov. 5 event will feature keynote speaker Heather Windsor, sharing her story about her husband who lives with bipolar disorder. When he was undiagnosed and untreated, he attempted to rob a bank and kill himself, drawing national attention and receiving a prison sentence. For more information and to register, visit http://conta.cc/1WfA2rO or call 467-3344. Greenville Technical College and Upstate Warrior Solution will host INFILTRATE from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Nov. 5 to provide veterans and spouses the chance to learn about local resources to help with the transition from the military to college or the workforce. More than 25 organizations and companies will participate. A light lunch will be provided at this free event at Greenville Technical College’s Northwest Campus, 8109 White Horse Road, Greenville. For more information and to RSVP, visit infiltrate.eventbrite.com. Greenville County Veterans Affairs and the Greenville Joint Veterans Council will host a Veterans Day Ceremony on Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. at County Square. Master of ceremonies will be Ret. Col. Stephen Carroll and guest speaker will be WORD Radio’s Bobby McLain. Refreshments will be served.

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Coaches 4 Character has opened nominations for its 2016 ACE Awards Unsung Heroes. Anyone can nominate an eighth or 12th grader at c4caceawards. com or by contacting a Greenville County school counselor at the appropriate middle or high school. The Grease Monkeys, a team representing Greenville, recently came out in first at the Red Bull Soapbox Race in Atlanta. The team was among 40 that performed a skit, raced down North Avenue NE in human-powered soapbox vehicles and crashed into RED BULL CONTENT POOL hay bales. The Grease Monkeys completed the 1,200-foot course in 34.5 seconds to win. Team members included: Josh Holley, Reid McFarlin, Ricky Mendez, Jorge Palacio and Sage Youngblutt. On Nov. 11, Golden Corral will thank active duty and retired United States military personnel for their service with a free dinner buffet and beverage, while also raising donations for the DAV (Disabled American Veterans). Dinner buffets will be served from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. and are available to any person who is or has served in a United States Military branch, including the National Guard and Reserves.

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OUR SCHOOLS

ACTIVITIES, AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS winners from the national competition held in Elgin, Illinois on October 10, 2015. The winner of the final round of competition will receive $2,000 and a recording contract. Ericks is a Wade Hampton High graduate enrolled in the University Transfer program. She plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in commercial music. As a way to minister to others, first grade students at Bob Jones Academy made cards for children at Greenville Memorial Hospital. When a child is admitted to the hospital from the emergency room, they receive a special handmade card with a get-well wish.

Sevier Middle’s seventh- and eighth-grade Robotics teams competed among high school teams in the VEX Robotics Tournament in Indian Land, S.C. Olympians Conner Chambers, Camden Kaminski, Gabe Jordan and Dalton Price for won the Middle School Excellence Award and earned a spot in the State Competition in March. Their Robot Zeus scored four points in Autonomous Mode in the skills competition. Children at the Montessori School of Greenville collected more than $200 and donated the money to Harvest Hope Food Bank. The money will provide more than 1,000 meals for those in South Carolina affected by the recent floods.

The Chandler School’s AutoBOTICS (Autonomous Robotics) class captures the thrill of creating while cultivating vital programming skills and fueling students’ imaginative energy. Designed to give children a head start in understanding how electrical and mechanical systems work, it promotes critical thinking and problem solving skills.

The Riley Institute at Furman and South Carolina Future Minds have named the Teacher Cadet program the winner of the 2015 Dick & Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence. The Teacher Cadet program aims to attract the best and brightest students in South Carolina to the teaching profession. About 170 South Carolina high schools have Teacher Cadet programs. The program has since expanded to 38 states.

Washington Center student Jonally Avellaneda joys water therapy activities with Furman University Health Science Class student assistants.

Students in Anita Davis’, Elizabeth Piper’s, and Samantha Stansell’s Washington Center classes have been enjoying Swim Therapy offered at Furman University, every Wednesday. The students practice using appropriate greetings and communication, follow one- to two- step directives, learn to wait their turn and how to work together. This swimming opportunity provides great exercise as well.

Shane Ericks, a student at Greenville Technical College, has advanced through local and regional competition to qualify for the final round of the Global Pinoy Singing Idol competition. The competition on Jan. 17-22, 2016 in Manila, Philippines, will bring together contestants from around the world. Performing “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys, she was one of two

Riverside High School’s Speech and Debate Team won the first place team award at the 29th Bob Jones Invitational Tournament. In addition to the sweepstakes award, the follow students won individual championships: Abigail Holland in Varsity Lincoln Douglas Debate, Carol Lee in Original Oratory, Devin Remley in Informative Speaking, Michael Gallagher in Expository Speaking, Erden Ucok in Novice Reading, and Jaimie McKeel in Novice Lincoln Douglas Debate. Freshman students are nominated by teachers for Riverside High School’s Warrior of the Month based upon good character, grades, and leadership potential. The following students were honored at a special luncheon in the month of October: Luke Adams, Zain Agha, Jacob Bartlett, Porter Beal, Berry Butler, Tabitha Chen, Anoushka Das, Lauren Fallow, Collin Fowler, Daniella Herrera-Gutierrez, Kotoha Hirose, Abby Johnson, Cailey Moore, Lea Neufeld, Brody O’Brien, Cassidy Smith, Jiaying Tong, Jieying Tong, and Maddie Weathers. Riverside High School learned that Washington Center must raise about $2,000 to take all of their students on a field trip. RHS teachers and students raised $7,000 for the students and staff at Washington Center. All of RHS’s clubs and organizations took part in this effort. Sister Karol Marie Zachman’s 5th grade class at St. Mary’s Catholic School traveled to Paris Mountain State Park where they delved into their science unit on aquatic and forest ecology. Students tested soil samples on Paris Mountain and the water quality of Mountain Creek in the park. The class had the opportunity to gather insect species from Mountain Creek and use a microscope to identify them. Students also observed the dam and learned about its purpose.


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OUR SCHOOLS

ACTIVITIES, AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS Shannon Forest Christian School’s PRO (Parents Reaching Out) organization will hold a workday on Nov. 14 in the East Campus Celebration Garden. From 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., volunteers will be weeding and spreading dirt and mulch.

The St. Mary’s Lady Ducks middle school volleyball team brought home the Diocese of Charleston State Championship trophy. The tournament was played in Summerville. Eighth grader Cailyn Sullivan was named the tournament MVP.

Greenville’s Rick Joye has been named to the Clemson University Young Alumni Council’s 2015 Roaring 10. The list honors young alumni who have made an impact in business, leadership, community, education and/or philanthropic endeavors. Honors are selected based on their continued efforts to uphold the university’s core values of honesty, integrity and respect and to demonstrate a loyal relationship with Clemson. Joye received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Clemson. He is an executive at Michelin and a supply chain manager for 10 Michelin manufacturing plants in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. He also founded Sustaining Way, a nonprofit focused on proliferating sustainable practices to those who need them most in the community.

Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic School has started a Learning Enrichment & Academics Program (LEAP). This year, the program will provide gifted academic education to qualifying students in 4th and 5th grades, providing them with opportunities to develop their abilities and talents with instruction that aids the development of critical thinking and communication skills through project based learning.

Katherine Gantt’s class at Washington Center has joined efforts to assist the South Carolinians who were affected by recent flooding. The class is collecting items such as canned food, hygiene products, diapers, detergent and pet supplies to distribute to Harvest Hope and Pawmetto Lifeline relief agencies. Students are experiencing lessons in generosity by giving to those in need.

Sr. Maureen Clarke’s second grade class recently studied landforms as a part of their social studies curriculum. The class used various candy, graham crackers and icing to create their own landforms and diagram what each item represented. Naomi Odogwu shows off her finished landform.

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LOOK The Greenville Swamp Rabbits played host to the South Carolina Stingrays at Bon Secours Wellness Arena. The team won three games over its home opening weekend. PROVIDED

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The Clemson Tigers beat the Miami Hurricanes 58-0 to move up to No. 3 in the AP Top 25 Poll. DE Shaq Lawson sacks Miami QB Brad Kaaya.

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TE Jordan Leggett catches a touchdown pass from Deshaun Watson.

Eight middle schools recently competed in the 12th annual SC Bar Greenville Regional Middle School Mock Trial Competition at the Greenville County Courthouse.

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Former Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton speaks during the Goodwill Industries Champions Tribute.

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Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County dedicated its 330th home. A community build with more than 60 organizations and individuals funding it, the home is located in the Abigail Springs subdivision. New owner Stacey Greene spoke at the dedication, which also helps mark the organization’s 30th year.

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United Ministries recently held its Transformation Walk to raise funds for its crisis assistance and homeless services. This year marked the inclusion of a Transformation Celebration featuring food, music and family-friendly entertainment.


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THE GOOD

EVENTS THAT MAKE OUR COMMUNITY BETTER

The Greater Greenville Master Gardener Association (GGMGA) is awarding $4,000 to fund four projects. The projects include a Carolina fence garden at the Brutontown Community Center and a butterfly garden at Fork Shoals Elementary School. In addition, the funds will support a raised bed vegetable garden at the North Franklin Road Head Start Center and a Carolina fence and butterfly garden at Slater Marietta Elementary School. Ron Demonet, managing director of Veteran Scholarships Forever (VSF), recently added $20,000 to a scholarship fund at Greenville Technical College (GTC). The fund’s purpose is to assist veterans and their spouses to success-

(Left to right) Steve Hand and Scotty Nicholson of Greenville Technical College pose with Ron Demonet of Veteran Scholarships Forever and scholarship recipients Bridgette Jones, Manny Gonzales and Benny Poole.

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Olive Garden restaurants nationwide partner with the NFHS Network to Host High School Spirit Night on Nov. 3, from 4 to 10 p.m. Guests are encouraged to wear school colors. Following the event, Olive Garden will make a donation to the benefiting high school. The Laurens Road location will benefit St. Joseph’s Catholic School and the Pleasantburg Drive location will benefit Berea High School. LiveWell Greenville honored 36 of Greenville County’s before-school, afterschool and summer childcare providers at its third annual Out of School Time Awards. The awards recognize programs that are providing nutritious snacks, incorporating physical activity and modeling healthy choices. Each of the providers received a plaque; silver winners were awarded $250 and gold-level winners received $1,000. The award money was secured from the Partnerships in Community Health (PICH) grant awarded from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. View a list of honorees at livewellgreenville.org.

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fully re-enter the workforce. The funds were made available to VSF by Upstate Warrior Solution and the Graham Foundation. Veterans interested in applying for scholarships may contact Steve Hand at Steve.Hand@gvltec.edu or 2508249 or Leslie Trant at Leslie.Trant@gvltec.edu or 250-8600.

1979

Joy Bailey recognized as first female Realtor of the Year by the Greenville Board of Realtors.

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Join the disabilities community of the Upstate in learning and performing a surprise Christmas-themed flash mob dance at the Fountain Inn Christmas Festival. Four rehearsals will be held for the Adaptive Christmas Flash Mob at the Meyer Center in November and December and the performance happens on Dec. 12. Cost is $50 and the program is open to ages 8 and older. Limited scholarships are available. Those interested should contact the Carolina Dance Collaborative to register by Nov. 3. Call 864-315-3732, email info@carolinadancecollaborative.com or visit dancestudio-pro.com/online/carolinadancecollaborative. ManUPstate 101 Workshop will be held on Nov. 20, 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., at the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. Men of the Upstate are invited to learn about ManUPstate and how to become a voice to end violence and discrimination against women and girls. Participants will learn how to join ManUPstate in working to change our culture’s acceptance of violence, to promote healthy masculinity and to create a world where all people are valued and safe. Lunch will be provided free of charge for attendees. RSVP is required by Nov. 17 by emailing info@manupstate.org.

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1987

Joy Bailey becomes the Joy Bailey becomes David Bailey named first female MLS President. Greenville Board of Realtors Chairman of the BBB First computerized President. Standardized Sales of the Foothills. MLS introduced. Contract created.

1987

Pam Bailey McCoy joins JOY Real Estate as Operations Manager.

1995

JOY Real Estate corporate office moves to Mauldin.

1997

Received BBB of the Foothills “Golden Torch Award” for integrity and ethics in the market place.


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2 Cromwell Avenue, Greenville - Judges Alley WELCOME HOME! This newly constructed Highland Homes classic is ready for you! Judges Alley sets the new standard of elegance. Situated between Crescent Avenue and the rapidly redeveloping Augusta Street, this home has it all. This Southern American Home offers families a floor plan that maximizes their living space and unique needs. Enjoy the Master bedroom on the Main level complete with large Master bath and walk in closet. The open kitchen features beautiful granite counter tops, Energy Star Stainless Steel appliances and incredible tile work! Upstairs you will find 3 more large bedrooms, office, and a bonus area! Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of Judges Alley, best in location and style!

2004

Craig Bailey joins JOY Real Estate as Managing Broker.

2005

Craig Bailey promoted to Colonel in US Marine Corps Reserves.

2008

Brittany Joy Pike (3rd generation JOY family) joins company as Broker Assistant.

2008 - 2010

Craig Bailey deploys to Liberia and Iraq for War on Terror.

2010

$750,000 | 3167 sq. ft. | 4 BR/3.5 BA Bonus Room | 2-Car Garage | Screened Porch Schools: Augusta Circle Elementary, Hughes Academy and Greenville High Academy

Achieved 1.5 Billion in volume.

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2012

Passed 12,000 in closings.

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104 HOLBROOK TRAIL . $799,000 . MLS#1308230

17 CHANTICLEER DR . $725,000 . MLS#1310185

221 CAMMER AVE . $368,500 . MLS#1309713

25 DOUBLE CREST . $350,000 . MLS#1301119

4BR/2.5B Wonderful family home features 4 bedrooms, updated kitchen, large den, playroom, screened porch, deck, pool, guest house, 2 car gar. Michaux to Seven Oaks. Right on Chapman through gates.

4BR/4.5B Sprawling ranch with space for everyone. Huge Master Suite! Pool, Firepit, large upstairs playroom. So much space in this one! Michaux to left on Chanticleer Dr. House on Left

3BR/2B Fabulous one-level home in move-in condition with many updates. Faris Rd to Augusta Rd. towards I-85. Right on Cammer. #221 on Left.

4BR/3.5B Open floorplan. Master on Main. 1800SF unfinished walkout terrace level. North on 29; Left-St Mark Rd. Left-Locust Hill, Right-W McElhaney, Right-Milford Church, Left-Groce Meadow to s/d. Right-Double Crest

Contact: Heidi Putnam 380-6747 Coldwell Banker CAINE

Contact: Heidi Putnam 380-6747 Coldwell Banker CAINE

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CHESTNUT HILL PLANTATION

283 SAM LANGLEY RD. . $274,900 . MLS#1306587

5 NIELSON CIRCLE . $249,900 . MLS#1309330

1265 SHADOW WAY . $232,000 . MLS#1310092

600 MATTIE LANE . $231,000 . MLS#1309586

4BR/3B 2600+SF w/updates, open flrpln, hdwds throughout. Blue Ridge Schools, 3.8 ac w/detached garage and add’l out-building. Zero-Down USDA eligible. From Northbound Hwy-290, Left Sam Langley Road. Home on right.

3BR/2.5B Exceptional home in sought-after Pebble Valley (a Pebble Creek community). Rutherford Rd to Stallings Rd. through Pebble Creek Last left before Reid School Rd. is Bernwood. 3rd right on Nielson.

2BR/2B Enjoy this wonderful, Eastside condo. Sunroom. Newer renovated. kitchen. Pelham Road to 1200 Pelham. After entering take right and follow around to the back corner.

4BR/2.5B Beautiful corner lot. Lovely 2 story home. Excellent condition. Hwy 14-North from Hwy 29-GreerLeft on Ansel School Road. Left onto Chestnut Hill Plantation. Left on Mattie Lane

Contact: Lydia Johnson/ Mikel-Ann Scott 918-9663/630-2474 The Marchant Company

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Contact: Beth Sarmento 350-4418 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Co.

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208 WATERCOURSE WAY . $229,900 . MLS#1310485 4BR/3B Nearly 3000 SF of an impeccably maintained home. North on Hwy 101. Right to continue on Hwy 101 north (Saluda Gap). Left onto Mays Bridge, Right onto Watercourse. Contact: Kathryn Hanson 247-1053 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Co.

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Limit the houses your children can visit to a two or three block radius. That way the treats will most likely come from neighbors and friends, and the moderate amount of treats will be manageable. Instruct children to wait until they

get home to eat any of their goodies so that you can inspect them first. Let them keep only treats that are wrapped commercially. Inspect and throw away any commercially wrapped treats with signs of tampering- tears in wrappers, tiny

pinholes, unusual appearance or discoloration. You don’t have to pass out high calorie candy to trick-or-treaters at your house this year. Give them a variety of fun, non-candy alternatives to promote health rather than encourage unhealthy choices. HEALTHY FOOD TREATS Childhood obesity is increasing at an alarming rate, doubling over the past 30 years. Eating in moderation and becoming more physically active could reduce obesity rates in children. When trick or treaters ring your doorbell, what will you give them? Try nutritious, tasty foods and non-food options, including items that get children up and moving to use the extra calories they consume. Make Halloween a healthier and more inclusive holiday for children and adolescents with diabetes and other healthHALLOWEEN continued on PAGE 35


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217 Malibu Ln., Simpsonville SC 29680 Gorgeous new home in The Courtyards, a quaint neighborhood on West Georgia Road. This 3,200 square foot home has 4 bedrooms and 4 baths. The home boasts an open floor plan that begs for entertaining guests or accommodating the in laws.The groin-vaulted ceiling in the dining room is nothing short of stunning and is a perfect example of one of the unique custom features that sets this builder apart from the rest. Home includes many upgrades including stone-to-ceiling fireplace, zerothreshold shower in the master bath and built-in security system. Other great features include master bedroom suite and two other bedrooms with private bathrooms all on the main floor. There are 2 large walk-in pantries, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, beautiful hardwood floors, extra large bonus room and walk-in attic storage. Don’t let this move-in ready beauty slip through your fingers. Stop by The Courtyards on West Georgia Road today or take a virtual tour of this home from the comfort of your living room - http://homejab.com/property/217-malibu-ln-simpsonville-sc-29680/

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106 TUSCANY WAY . $899,900 . MLS#1306679

20 ROANOKE HILLS CT. . $334,900 . MLS#1310491

8 IVY TRAIL . $245,000 . MLS#1310418

10 HARTSFIELD COURT . $237,000 . MLS#1307722

5BR/4.5B Privacy abounds in this 5000+SF home. Seated on park-like grounds. Generously proportioned rms w/ great flow. Vaulted ceilings, priv. balconies, and heavy moldings. Grmt kit and top-of-line finishes. Opt’l 6th BR.

5BR/4.5B 3800+SF, 3 story, cul-de-sac home with ample space and natural light. Hdwds throughout living areas. Kit has stainless-steel appliances and great sight-lines into living room. Spacious Master Suite. +Bonus &Office

3BR/2.5B Hdwds, granite, stainless, cathedral ceiling, recessed lts, den and LR. Huge lndry, mudrm, garden rm, garage, fenced bk, new windows, unbelievable master BR and bath, handicapped equipped, cabinet built-ins

2BR/2.5B Maintenance free brick patio home. Bonus could be third bedroom, fenced back, Sunroom, Exercise Room, two way fireplace, walk in attic, hardwoods, silestone, level lot. What could be better!!

Contact: Karen Turpin & Nancy McCrory 230-5176/505-8367 The Marchant Company

Contact: James Akers, Jr. 325-8413 The Marchant Company

Contact: Virginia Abrams 270-3329 Coldwell Banker Caine

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PE OPL E, AWA RD S, HONOR S The Caine Companies raise over $60,000 for United Way The Caine Companies raised $63,617.36 for the 2015 United Way of Greenville County Campaign. With 78 percent company participation, they surpassed their goal by over $13,000. “We are extremely pleased our agents and employees were able to exceed our goal for the United Way Campaign again this year,” said Brad Halter, chairman of Coldwell Banker Caine, “More donations means greater assistance for organizations and individuals most in need. Caine Company is proud to consistently give back to the community that has been so good to us since 1933.” Coldwell Banker Caine agent Helen Hagood launched the campaign with a Palmetto Society breakfast at her residence, honoring the more than 40 Caine agents and employees who donated an annual gift of $1,000 or more. Palmetto Society speaker Brian Boughner of Parallel Financial Partners spoke about the purpose of United Way and the integral role donors fulfill by giving back to the Greenville community. “Supporting our community is not only our business, but it’s what drives our passions,” said Stephen Edgerton, president of Coldwell Banker Caine. “Our agents’ and employees’ commitment to enhancing the quality of life in Greenville enables us not only to achieve, but to surpass our goals. We are honored to join forces with fellow leaders in Greenville County to build a cycle of success.”

400 MILLS AVE. #204 . $224,900 . MLS#1306602

211 FOXHOUND ROAD . $184,900 . MLS#1303154

251 CEDAR CROSSING LANE . $167,500 . MLS#1310289

1BR/1B One-level, lg loft w/exposed brick and original heart-of-pine ceilings. Street scape views and enormous windows. Low-maintenance concrete floors in one of the largest one-bedroom units! Great amenities!

3BR/2.5B New price! 3 bd 2.5 bath in Hunters Woods. Private wooded backyard. Large bedrooms. Wood burning fireplace. Partially finished basement and workshop space. Price well below comparable properties!

3BR/2.5B Upgraded 3bd 2.5 bath townhouse including granite countertops, 42” inch cherry cabinets and stainless appliances. Dual HVAC zone system. Master has upgraded ceramic tile shower & flrs and walk-in closet.

Contact: James Akers, Jr. 325-8413 The Marchant Company

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Contact: Maggie Aiken 616-4280 Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner REALTORS

In solar energy, it’s the haves and the have-nots BY MONICA MARTINEZ | CONTRIBUTING

“Full speed ahead” is what everyone seems to be saying about solar energy right now. From Hillary Clinton’s presidential energy blueprint to America’s general appetite to go green and, of course, President Obama’s recently released Clean Power Plan to achieve a more efficient power sector, a cleaner energy future where renewables such as solar have a large role to play is now a common goal. At the same time, there is another issue that is similarly dominating the national discussion: income inequality and fairness. What many may not realize is that these two issues are inextricably linked. Clearer skies and a carbon-free energy future are definite priorities, but we must ensure that the transition occurs in a way that treats all Americans — regardless of class, race or income — equally. Unfortunately, this is currently not the case. For example, there are about 645,000 homes and businesses with rooftop solar panels in America. Of these, less than 5 per-

cent are households earning less than $40,000, according to the George Washington University Solar Institute. And, according to the software provider Opower, the typical solar home is 34 percent larger than the typical non-solar home. Not to mention, rooftop solar systems can cost upward of $20,000. The implications of this are clear: right now, solar power is pitting the “haves” against the “have nots.” Considering that 40 percent of families have incomes under $40,000, and are disproportionately minorities, we must do everything we can to ensure that no one is left out of the green energy revolution. There are already some attempts under way to correct this imbalance. President Obama recently announced an initiative to make solar power more accessible for lowerincome Americans by tripling the capacity of solar and other renewable energy systems it installs in federallysubsidized housing by 2020, as well as helping those who rent homes gain access to solar. So, while a step in the right direction, there is still a

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bought the energy on the market. This may not seem like a big deal, but rich or poor, black or white, you’re using the electric grid. So net metering ends up amounting to a hidden fee that’s imposed on everyone else who doesn’t have rooftop solar panels. And, considering that those without rooftop solar panels are already underserved, we’re perpetuating the economic hardship that these families face by asking them to pay for these fancy systems for the rich. Many of these families already have to choose whether to heat their home or pay for their next grocery store trip. We can’t go full-throttle on green

energy at the expense of the poor. Sustainability and clean air are laudable goals and we have every reason to work toward them. As part of this, regulators, policymakers and industry will no doubt be working feverishly to make the kinds of changes that the Clean Power Plan calls for. But in the midst of this excitement, we simply cannot lose sight of struggling families. A good place to start would be to fix the policy of net metering to allow all energy users to have their day in the sun. Monica Martinez is a former Michigan Public Service Commissioner.


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Shade trees and green roofs: Cutting your ecological impact is easier than you think ing a substantial green How often have you Guest columnist roof using drought tolerlooked at your heating ant, low growing plants, or electric bill and seen you could save up to 75 sticker shock? While this percent of your cooling may seem an odd question bill in the summer – and to pose in a gardening colwith Will Morin protect your roof from exumn, the truth is how you treme weather events and landscape your yard and damaging UV rays, acperhaps even your roof can cording to research pubhave a direct effect on your lished by the National Reenergy bill – and a lasting search Council of Canada. impact on your garden as A green roof has the well. added benefit of reducGreenville is in the midst ing water runoff into our of a home-building frenzy aging sewer systems. The throughout the suburbs growing plants and soil and within the city limmedium keep the water its as well. Many of these at the site of the potential new and even established runoff. It also acts like a homes can benefit from the filter, cleaning the water as well as the shade of mature trees. Adding strong air, and preventing pollutants from entrees like oaks and maples will over the tering our natural water system like the course of 10 to 15 years help shade your Reedy River. house in the summer and cut down According to Greenroofs.org, a grass on your summer cooling bills. In the or sedum roof retains 70-90 percent winter after the leaves fall, the sun will of rainwater in the summer and 25-40 shine through their branches to help percent in the winter. warm your home. Talk is great, but let’s run the numGrowing your own trees is easy. Look bers: for example, if the owner of the for specimens around the area with the building at 2 North Main in downtown shape, height, and fall colors you like. Greenville that houses the Mill Village Collect the acorns, put them into a zipRooftop Farm covered 90 percent of lock bag with some moistened soil and the 20,000 sq. ft. surface with an 8 inch hide the in the depths of your refrigdeep growing medium, they would erator for two to three months. In the save, conservatively, over 18,000 kilospring, plant them in a pot and watch watt hours equaling about $1,000 anthe new trees grow. nually in electrical costs. After the first year, you will have a 12The Center for Neighborhood Tech18 foot tall sapling that can stay in the nologies (greenvalues.cnt.org) calcupot over the following winter and plant lates that the 20,000 sq. ft. roof would outdoors in the spring. Be sure to find reduce peak discharge of water by at a spot in your yard that will allow it to least 65 percent. grow tall without interference from surPresently, I am unaware of any green rounding structures. roofs in downtown Greenville. The only Now suppose I told you that by add-

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substantial green roof in the area is Greenville Health System’s Patewood Hospital complex. With the current building trend on River Place, in the West End, and throughout the city, why is Greenville behind other cities around the country in green roof technology? Chicago City Hall has the largest municipal rooftop garden in the country – 20,000 sq. ft. with 20,000 individual plants.

and more housing, perhaps City Council could delve into creating an “Eco District” that would be on the cutting edge of sustainability by using a district scale to achieve greater impact. Consider it – all new and redevelopment of the district would include sustainable energy, transportation, water, land use, urban agriculture linked in an integrated model to serve the residents

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I fully understand that progress takes time and effort. I have read that various ordinances have taken a year or more to be approved by City Council. I also understand that City Council has a ‘green committee’ that has yielded little if any actual progress on how projects are developed. What if City Council and the Design Review Board asked developers a simple question: “What steps are you taking to reduce your project’s ecological impact on the city?” A small step in the right direction can yield the biggest change of all. As development continues in the West End with the proposed new park

of that neighborhood. Please write City Council to put the green back into Greenville. Reach them at David Sudduth: dsudduth@greenvillesc.gov, Amy Doyle:adoyle@greenvillesc.gov, Gaye Sprague: gsprague@ greenvillesc.gov, Jil Littlejohn: jlittlejohn@greenvillesc.gov, and Lillian Flemming:lflemming@greenvillesc.gov Will Morin, co-founder of the Rooftop Farming Initiative at Mill Village Farms, is an avid outdoorsman and food buff with a passion for adventure sports, the islands and philanthropic projects. Find him on twitter at @ EpicGastroExp.

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related dietary restrictions by offering non-sugar treats. HEALTHY FOOD TREATS Think outside the box when choosing treats for trick-or-treaters or party-goers. The calories in all those bite-size Halloween treats add up quickly. Four “bite size” chocolate bars contain approximately 320 calories, 25 jelly beans have 140 calories, and 20 pieces of candy corn add up to 100 calories. There are other treats that are lower in fat and sugar but may provide vitamins, minerals and fiber. The possibilities for healthy food treats are endless. Set a good example for your own children and the neighborhood kids by passing out healthy treats like these instead of giving them candy. • cereal bars • snack packets of dried fruit, baked pretzels, nut and seeds (e.g. peanuts*, unsalted almonds, sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds) • trail mix • packages of low-fat crackers with cheese or peanut* butter filling • animal crackers • gold fish crackers • graham crackers • Cracker jacks • 100 calorie packs of various products • beef or turkey jerky • single serve boxes of ready-to-eat cereal • raisins and chocolate covered raisins • fig cookies • sugar-free gum or hard candy • gummy candies made with real juice • mini boxes of raisins • individual juice drinks ( 100% juice) • snack pack pudding • Jello with fruit • applesauce • bean dip • single-serve packets of low-fat microwave popcorn • sugar-free hot chocolate or apple cider packets *Be careful of peanut allergies. Fresh fruits (e.g. apples, bananas and oranges) are very nutritious treats, but they are no longer safe options. Remem-

ber that individually wrapped items are best. If you choose candy for treats, look for those that are lower in fat and sugar. Choose bite-size candy bars based on the least amount of fat and calories per serving. Better choices are: 3 Musketeers; 100 Grand Bar; Butterfinger; Milky Way; Raisinets; Starburst and York Peppermint Patties. In addition, consider healthier dark chocolate versions. NON-FOOD TREATS Children also will enjoy non-food treats** like the items typically given in birthday goodie bags. small toys and pocket-sized games • glow sticks • costume jewelry (plastic rings, necklaces and bracelets) • funny Halloween glasses • false teeth • miniature magnifying glasses • tiny decks of cards • small stuffed animals • pencils • pencil toppers and fancy erasers • markers • stickers, including reflective safety stickers • rub-on or stick-on temporary tattoos • bookmarks crayons • coloring tablets • paint brushes • pages from coloring books • children’s magazines or comic books • bottles of bubbles • coins (pennies, nickels, dimes) • fake money • whistles • toothbrushes • used books • coupons from a yogurt store or juice bar **Some treats fit all ages, but small items should be limited to kids over age three. TREATS TO PROMOTE ACTIVITY Encourage kids to be more physically active by giving small, inexpensive toys to get them up and moving. • a bouncy ball • a jump rope • sidewalk chalk for drawing a hopscotch or foursquare game • a beanbag for hacky sack • a plastic or foam flier

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It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s Symphony Part of GSO’s Masterworks program inspired by Superman comic books

Spotlight Series, Chamber Orchestra offer more orchestra choices

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The legendary comic book superhero Superman was the inspiration for Michael Daugherty’s “Metropolis Symphony,” two movements of which the Greenville Symphony Orchestra will play in its “Legends, Mysteries, Miracles” Masterworks concert on Nov. 7 and 8. “Superman tells a lot about our American identity,” said Braxton Ballew, the symphony’s education director, bass player and self-described “comic book nerd.” “Superman as mythology traverses generations. Everyone from the youngest to the oldest audience member has grown up with Superman.” Daugherty, one of the leading modern American composers, was inspired to write “Metropolis Symphony” in 1998 by a celebration in Cleveland of the 50th anniversary of Superman’s first appearance in the comics. “The ‘Metropolis Symphony’ evokes an American mythology that I discovered as an avid reader of comic books in the 50s and 60s,” Daugherty wrote in the music’s program notes on his website. “Each movement of the symphony is a musical response to the myth of Superman.” The symphony won four Grammy Awards in 2011, 18 years after it was completed. The GSO Masterworks concert will be its Greenville premier. “Superman has nearly unlimited power, but he uses it to rescue kitties out of trees. He’s a good guy,” Ballew said. “Lex” features a virtuoso violin soloist that represents the supervillian Lex Luthor, portrayed in the comic books as the voice of healthy skepticism, although Superman fans know he had a diabolical ulterior motive, Ballew said. “There’s a percussionist on each side of the stage and the ‘villain’ is ‘chased’ throughout the orchestra,” he said. “You can only get that live. No recording can do this for you.” “Red Cape Tango” depicts Super-

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man’s fight to the death with Doomsday. “It was the comic book version of the heavyweight fight of the century,” Ballew said. Ballew said when he listened to “Metropolis Symphony” for the first time, it was obvious to him Daugherty had cracked open a Superman comic book. “He gets Superman,” he said. “The story behind this music is a story that you don’t need a music degree to understand. It doesn’t sound like a movie score. But it still uses the orchestra to evoke a musical response.” Two other pieces will be played in the “Legends, Mysteries, Miracles” concert, both also making their Greenville debut. The theme for American composer Christopher Theofanidis’ “Rainbow Body” is derived from a Gregorian chant by Hildegard von Bingen combined with the concept of Tibetan Buddhism of the soul becoming light after death. The concert will close with Tchaikovsky’s “Sleeping Beauty,” one of the world’s most famous ballets. Tchaikovsky was commissioned to compose the music for the ballet, which follows the plot line from the classic fairy tale. Some of the themes from this work were used in Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty.” “There is some great music written by living composers that deserves to be played,” Ballew said. “Maestro Tchivzhel understands the importance

of music having an emotional connection. If it didn’t, he wouldn’t put it on the program.”

So you know GREENVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WHAT: “Legends, Mysteries, Miracles” Masterworks concert WHEN: Nov. 7, 8 p.m.; Nov. 8, 3 p.m. WHERE: Peace Center Concert Hall TICKETS: $17 to $60 INFO: 467-3000 or www.peacecenter.org EXTRA: Pre-concert talk backstage in rehearsal room, one hour prior to each show WHAT: “The Amazing Journey,” Spotlight Series concert WHEN: Nov. 14, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. WHERE: Centre Stage Theatre TICKETS: $15 INFO: Centre Stage Box Office at 233-6733 WHAT: “Magic of Mozart,” Chamber Orchestra Series concert WHEN: Nov. 20 and 21, 8 p.m.; Nov. 22, 3 p.m. WHERE: Peace Center’s Gunter Theatre TICKETS: $43 INFO: 467-3000 or www.peacecenter.org

If a full helping of the orchestra concert isn’t your thing, the Greenville Symphony Orchestra will offer smaller bites at two concerts in November. The GSO’s Spotlight Series offers casual, approximately-hour long chamber music concerts in an intimate theater setting. The next is “The Amazing Journey” on Nov. 14 at the Centre Stage. The concert features Johann Sebastian Bach’s Double Concerto in C minor. The piece was originally written for solo oboe and violin along with string orchestra and continuo. But the only surviving score is Bach’s own arrangement as a concerto for two harpsichords. Heitor Villa-Lobos’ “Bachianas Brasileiras No. 6 for Flute and Bassoon” is second on the program. This music evokes the style of Bach with an infusion of Brazilian folklore. The final of the three pieces is a Sextet in C major for violin, viola, cello, clarinet, horn and piano composed by Erno Dohnanyi, a piano virtuoso in Hungary between the two world wars. On Nov. 21 and 22, the GSO will present an all-Mozart chamber orchestra concert, “Magic of Mozart.” It begins with the “Overture to the Magic Flute,” a piece many consider to be the 198th century version of the modern day musical. Mozart’s “symphony No. 40 in G minor” is next on the program. This work is the second of Mozart’s last three symphonies known as the “Big Three.” The second half of the program begins with “The Abduction from the Seraglio,” one of Mozart’s famous overtures. The overture was written for the popular German singspiel in the old, Italian style and shows off the classic Mozart style. The concert concludes with Mozart’s “Symphony No. 38 in D major,” also known as the “Prague” Symphony. In this composition, Mozart uses a slow introduction more typical of Haydn. It doesn’t have a third movement minuet, something that was typical of symphonies written in Germany and Austria at that time. This symphony premiered in Prague.


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SC Family Gathering Pickens fall festival combines music, food and love VINCENT HARRIS | CONTRIBUTOR

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To some, the SC Family Gathering, a three-day music and arts festival that will feature 20 bands, local food and art vendors, and kid-friendly activities, is just another great local music festival. But for festival founder Paul Webb, it’s a lot more than that. “I started the Family Gathering about 15 years ago,” he says. “It came out of a group of friends who used to go see the Grateful Dead and Widespread Panic and bands like that. It’s really based on having people treat each other like family, and getting along, without any prejudice or politics or anything like that. We just want to get together and have a good time and love one another.” After organizing and hosting the festival for five years, Webb took a break to spend time with his young children, but eventually started it back up by popular demand from both the musicians and music fans. This year’s musical lineup runs the gamut stylistically from rock to reggae to blues to bluegrass, and includes the Shane Pruitt Band, Tonight’s Noise, the LOZ Band, the Craig Sorrells Project, the West End String Band, The Bad Popes, The Work and Darby Wilcox. “I like to look for those kinds of bands that share the family spirit of the festival,” Webb says. “I like to think of the music scene in Greenville as a big family where we try to help and support each other. I think that most people who are part of the Greenville music scene try to support each other in terms of coming out to each other’s shows, promoting

each other’s shows, and I believe that Greenville itself has become more supportive of festivals like this over the last decade.” In addition to the bands and arts & crafts vendors, there will be food provided by Daniel’s Briar Patch, and Halloween-themed activities for children, including bobbing for apples, pumpkin painting and a costume contest. Webb says that the key to keeping the Family Gathering successful has been finding the right staff. “You have to find good people to help you with it,” he says. “And I’m very fortunate to have people like Katie Hughes, Jeff Holland, Kathleen Powell and Dumah Morgan. Katie helps with promotion and adve r t i s i ng, Duma does all the artwork, and Kathleen is a great organizer and administrator who also works with Glynn Ziegler on the Albino Skunk Festival. Jeff has always been a big supporter of the Family Gathering, and he’s our stage manager. He’s also doing a percussion workshop in our children’s area. His enthusiasm for this is inspirational to me. So once all those people are in place and they do their jobs, things start to come together. It takes all of us to make it happen.” The process of “making it happen” at the Family Gathering often means that Webb doesn’t get to see too much of his own festival, but he says he gets his reward from other sources. “I enjoy the work,” he says. “I enjoy seeing people happy. I enjoy seeing everyone working together.” The SC Family Gathering Festival will run this Friday Oct. 30 through Sunday, Nov. 1 at the Bonfire Fest Campground in Pickens, located at 797 Carrick Creek Rd. For ticket info, visitscfamilygathering. com.

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SOUND CHECK

‘Soul Insight’

WITH VINCENT HARRIS

Upstate native’s first album combines rock with electric blues Nineteen-year-old Upstate native Marcus King says that he channels his emotions through his guitar, and one listen to the Marcus King Band’s Soul Insight album (just released on former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes’ Evil Teen record label) is strong proof of that. King’s masterful guitar playing is soaked in classic electric blues but more feverish and aggressive. The cool reserve of the veteran bluesmen is replaced by a ferocious attack based more in rock than anything Robert Johnson ever did down at the crossroads. The songs on Soul Insight are teeming with energy and confidence, as if King and his band can’t wait to get to the next riff, the next groove, the next breakdown. There’s also a quirky, mischievous sense of humor at play here, as revealed on tracks like “Fraudulent Waffle.” It’s a stunningly mature debut album chock full of ideas. JAY SANSONE / CONTRIBUTING It’s also an album that might sound familiar to King’s Upstate music fans, because King actually recorded and put out Soul Insight last year on his own. “We did the album in 2014 at The Compound Studios in Valley Center, Calif., and we released it independently,” King says. “It was kind of a jumping off point for us.” But that was before Haynes came into the picture. In December of last year, King says, “we did a showcase gig for Hard Head Management (Haynes’ management company) and Evil Teen Records, and we signed with both of them. We’re getting ready to record a new album in January, but they wanted to have something as a vehicle to promote us for the time being. We’re releasing it on a broader spectrum and re-doing the cover.” The showcase gig for King came about when some mutual friends tipped Warren about the up-and-coming guitarist. “They got my release into Warren and (Haynes’ wife and co-owner of Evil Teen Records) Stephani Scamardo’s hands, and they’re very passionate about what they enjoy,” King says. “Working with them is incredible.” With a new album on the horizon, King says that he learned some valuable lessons from recording Soul Insight. “I learned that I like recording live. It was very organic, and that’s how I want all of my recording experiences to be.” Given his age, some might assume that King is just starting out on his musical journey, but in reality, he’s been playing since he was seven years old. “I’ve been working really hard for as long as I can remember, but it’s never really felt like work,” he says. “It’s always just been the thing I’ve felt the most passionate about. That’s the real gift; the passion for the music. You have to have passion to do the work. It’s been an uphill battle to get to the starting gate, and it’s another uphill battle once you get past the starting gate, but we’re just loving every minute of it; we all love playing so much.” King comes from a musical family; his father, Marvin King, has been active on the Greenville music scene for years. “There was so much motivation around me all the time,” King says of his childhood. “It kept me out of a lot of trouble. And my family’s always been behind me 100 percent. My father and my great-grandfather played, and both my uncles. Growing up around that musical heritage was certainly helpful.” VINCENT HARRIS | CONTRIBUTOR | vharris@communityjournals.com


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Huangry Eating my feelings so you don’t have to By Andrew Huang

Cold Day, Hot Pot Hot pot is a humble dish. It has no pretenses. It’s exactly what it sounds like: a hot pot. I’m at Mekong Restaurant on a blustery, gray fall day – it’s not quite cold enough to warrant a chili or stew, which incidentally means the perfect conditions for hot pot. I’ve ordered the hot and sour mussel variant, and it arrives at the table in a stainless steel pot that resembles a Bundt cake pan. The central hole is home to the burner, and when the server lights it, an impressive flame springs out. It might be the novelty of the presentation; it might be my history of underwhelming hibachi onion volcanos; or I might not have outgrown my adolescent pyromania. Regardless, this is incredibly exciting. I mean, my meal is kind of on fire. There’s also a heaping plate of rice vermicelli, two dipping sauces, two bowls, and a ladle— this is a dish designed for sharing, if you haven’t already guessed. I let the pot sit covered for a few minutes—fire is mesmerizing, plus the ingredients need to finish cooking. Once uncovered, the pot reveals a bounty of seafood: generously sized mussels, rings of calamari, fish balls, shrimp, bok choy, long leaf water spinach, and onions that have been cooked into sweet, translucent oblivion. But the real star is the spicy lemongrass broth. The broth is mostly clear, spotted with bits of chili oil. There’s a bit of tang and citrusy brightness—the lemongrass at work—as well as a subtle heat that comes on late. It’s the kind of spiciness that creeps into the back of your throat, a comfortable warmth, rather than a four-alarm fire. In a word, the broth is clean: it delivers a soothing landscape of flavor without being overwhelming. The ingredients also deliver an abundance of textures – a healthy chew, the satisfying feeling of sinking your teeth into something really good. And there’s the water spinach. It looks stalky, fibrous, and generally a nuisance to eat, but the shoots are surprisingly tender and sweet in their bath of broth. Their hollow stems add a little punch with the spices that accumulate within. Ladled onto a bowl of vermicelli, the combination is hard to beat. The noodles absorb the broth’s flavors, while providing some substance to the soup. It’s warm, inviting, eminently slurpable, and it won’t send you into a food coma. And did I mention? It comes with a fire.

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+ Clean, balanced broth

- Don’t burn yourself!

+ Generous portions

- Slurping can be kind of messy

+ Slurping noodles is fun + Fire!!!! + Interactive experience & conversation piece

MEKONG RESTAURANT 2013 Wade Hampton Blvd, Greenville, SC (864) 244-1314 Hot & sour mussel hot pot: $18.99 (small); $36.99 (large) Andrew Haung is senior editor of TOWN magazine.


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Page turners

A little bit scary

Books to share with young children Halloween is just around the corner, and if hair-raising thrills are not on the menu for your young reader, there’s still time to visit the library to check out slightly scary books this season. “Wolf’s Coming” by Joe Kulka is a deliciously satisfying book with a safe ending that is perfect for sharing with younger children ages 4-7. What’s that sound? Could it be the howl of a wolf? It’s faint at first but growing louder as something ominous moves ever closer. There’s not much time left to prepare. Hurry, hurry, we must get there before it’s too late. Last one in shut the door and everyone hide. One more peek out the window. Moonlight reveals open jaws with sharp fangs. Be ready to yell as the door opens, “Surprise!”

The cartoon-like illustrations keep “The Skeleton in the Closet” from being too scary, and the skeleton is just realistic enough to cause a shiver but is more silly than frightening. In the end, the skeleton gets dressed in the boy’s clothes and leaves the house wearing his furry bedroom slippers.

MORE SLIGHTLY SCARY READS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN: “Creepy Monsters, Sleepy Monsters” by Jane Yolen for ages 3-5 “Creepy Carrots” by Aaron Reynolds for ages 4-7

Did you guess that the surprise is a birthday party for Wolf? “The Skeleton in the Closet” by Alice Schertle is a tale about what happens when a skeleton comes to visit a young boy’s house. It’s great for sharing with children ages 5-8.

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Must-See Movies

By Eric Rogers

All things Lucas

While you wait for the force to awaken, try these 4 films for a Lucas fix

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So judging from all the hoopla on social media last week, “Star Wars” is still a thing. Tickets for the latest installment, “The Force Awakens,” went on sale Oct. 19 and Fandango crashed shortly afterwards. The film opens Dec. 18. Unless you’re from a galaxy far, far away, you are likely know the franchise was the brainchild of George Lucas, so I thought it might be time to take another look at the man. “GEORGE LUCAS IN LOVE” http://bit.ly/GeorgeLucasInLove If you’ve ever wondered where Lucas got his inspiration, wonder no more. This nine-minute short film is a bio-pic of the young George as a student at the University of Southern California. It starts in 1967 with Lucas feverishly typing, “A dozen years ago in a nearby galaxy….” Need I say more? “HARDWARE WARS” http://bit.ly/ TheHardwareWars There have been a million parodies of “Star Wars,” but this 13-minute short was one of the first. It was produced by a relatively unknown filmmaker named Ernie Fosselius way beck in 1978. For years it was just passed around on VHS tape, but fortunately it is now available on-line. “THX 1138” Available for rent on Amazon. Produced in 1971, this is Lucas’s first feature length film. Dystopian films may seem like a current fad, but they were all the rage in the 70’s with things like “Soylent Green,” “Logan’s Run” and “A Clockwork Orange.” This one is set in the 25th century and is somewhat reminiscent of Ayn Rand’s 1938 book “Anthem,” which itself is reminiscent of Aldus Huxley’s 1931 book, “Brave New World.” It was produced by “Godfather” director Francis Ford Coppola, and co-written by legendary editor Walter Murch.

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“THE PEOPLE VS. GEORGE LUCAS” Available for rent on Amazon. This documentary released in 2011 examines the hatred many “Stars Wars” fans have for its creator. A lot of die-hard fans were incensed at how poorly the prequel episodes (1-3) turned out to be. No doubt there was some horrendous acting, even by seasoned actors, but how is that different from the original trilogy? The truth is, it’s really hard for an actor to maintain character when he’s standing on a green screen having to imagine what’s around him. That’s the problem with placing more importance on special effects than on the story. The documentary also examines why some people actually prefer the prequel trilogy over the originals. Eric Rogers has been teaching filmmaking at The Greenville Fine Arts Center since 1994.

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Oct. 30 FAMILY

Legacy Farm to School Community Supper Legacy Charter School 900 Woodside Ave. 5-8 p.m. $5/person Legacy Charter School, with support from Euphoria, is hosting a community supper. For a $5 ticket, get dinner, a $10 voucher to Mill Village Farms’ Mobile Market, and admission to the night’s concert with Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’Blues. The event celebrates Legacy’s brand new dining room on its Parker Campus. 558-0626 | holland@cyleaders.org CONCERT

Furman Jazz Ensemble and Combos Present Concert Furman University, Daniel Recital Hall 3300 Poinsett Hwy. 8-10 p.m. $5 for adults, $3 for students

TD Saturday Market’s Autumn Harvest Saturday, Oct. 31, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. • Main Street at McBee Avenue • Downtown Greenville • saturdaymarketlive.com CHILDREN’S TRICK-OR-TREATING 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Children can trick-or-treat at all the market vendor booths. A fun-filled way for the entire family to shop at the market. CUPCAKE WALKS 9, 9:30, 10 and 11:30 a.m. This is a fun-filled children’s game. The last one standing wins a cupcake.

CHILDREN’S COSTUME CONTEST 8:30 to 10 a.m. Registration COSTUME CONTEST 11 a.m. Children can show off their Halloween costume at the market’s Halloween costume contest.

SPUDS & SPROUTS PRESENTED BY GHS 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. “Wizard of Oz” kids’ projects with the Upcountry History Museum

The Furman Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combos will present their fall concert in Daniel Recital Hall on the Furman University campus. Tickets are available at the door. The concert will be conducted by trombonist and Furman music professor Stephen Wilson. It features compositions by Wilson, Oliver Nelson, Don Menza, Count Basie, and others. 294-2086 | FurmanMusic@furman.edu newspress.furman.edu/?p=19467 CONCERT

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CONCERT

Concert Choir

FAMILY

Fall Steeplechase

War Memorial Chapel, Bob Jones University 1700 Wade Hampton Blvd. 7-8 p.m. FREE

ARTS EVENT

Fired Earth by Mike Vatalaro Greenville Technical College RIVERWORKS Gallery, Art Crossing, downtown Greenville Suite 202, 300 River Street 1-5 p.m.; Wednesdays-Sundays FREE

The 50 singers of the Bob Jones University’s Concert Choir, under the direction of Beth Eubank, present their annual fall recital. This concert promises to bring joy and thanksgiving to your spirit. 242-5100 go.bju.edu/finearts

Mike Vatalaro has created symbolic landscapes with terracotta slabs that emphasize the abstract texture and gesture of clay to evoke the conditions of survival, adaptation, erosion, upheaval, and reclamation inherent in nature. Vatalaro’s experience with the attributes of clay, glazes, and firing processes and his finely tuned aesthetics of form and color are ignited in Fired Earth. 271-0679 | gvltec.edu/riverworks fleming.markel@gvltec.edu

FAMILY

Bridgeway Church’s Family Fall Festival Event Bridgeway Church 725 Garlington Road 5-8 p.m. $2 will buy 10 tickets to be used for carnival games/attractions In addition to carnival games and food trucks, attendees will have access to face painting, inflatable jump zones, cake walks, a petting zoo, and the ever-popular fall activity, a hay ride. While most, if not all of these activities are pretty standard for a harvest festival, the one aspect that will make Bridgeway’s especially unique will be the presence of their prayer servants walking around attired in T-shirts that read “Need Prayer?”. 361-3840 | kyle@mzcs.net

thru Oct. 31 ARTS EVENT

2015 Juried Small Works Show Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville 200 N. Main St. Suite 104 6-8 p.m. FREE

thru Nov. 1

Nov. 3 FUNDRAISER

Celebrate the Story: 60 Years of Greenville Young Life Ford Conger Field 931 Powder House Road, Aiken 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. $10 in Advance (Children 10 & Under are free); $15 at the Gate The 24th Holiday Cup, with 6 steeplechase races around the track. Tailgating, a carriage parade, and the Village of shops round out the event. 803-648-9641 aikensteeplechase.com/fallevent.html info@aikensteeplechase.com CELEBRATION

TD Convention Center, Ballroom 6-8:30 p.m. FREE Young Life has been reaching young people in Greenville for 60 years - being available to kids, providing fun, safe and comfortable gatherings, giving kids the right to be heard, and communicating God’s love in terms they can understand. Young Life Greenville will host a fundraising banquet for adults interested in this outreach to middle and high school students. All are welcome to attend. For reservations, call or email. 271-4396 ylgreenville60@gmail.com

The Artists Guild Gallery of Greenville hosts its 2015 Juried Small Works Show with 89 entries selected by internationally acclaimed artist Savannah Scott Fox. 567-1619 wehardaway@yahoo.com artistsguildgallerlyofgreenville.com

Vom Fass One-Year Anniversary Party The Point Shopping Center Vom Fass Greenville 4 Market Point Drive Suite F 10 a.m.-7 p.m. FREE

An Evening With Joseph Galloway

Oct. 31

Celebrate the Vom Fass one-year anniversary this Halloween with treats all day, face painting for the kids from 3-5 p.m., and absinthe sampling for the adults from 5-7 p.m. The shop will open at 10 a.m. Vom Fass is the Upstate’s premier gourmet store for imported oils, vinegars, wines and spirits directly from the cask. 918-4534 greenville.vomfassusa.com cdavis@10xdigitalinc.com

Meet Joseph Galloway – a UPI war correspondent during The Vietnam War and the co-author of the bestselling book “We Were Soldiers Once...and Young” and its sequel, “We Are Soldiers Still” – at an evening event at The Poinsett Club. Tickets are $21 and include a $4 donation to a military charity and beer, wine, and light hors d’oeuvres. 675-0540 tinyurl.com/od3numu info@fiction-addiction.com

CONCERT

Haystak, w/ Chadillac Dundee, Dr. Ill & Benihana Ground Zero Tickets: $15-$125 Rising Southern rapper headlines fourband Halloween party. 948-1661 reverbnation.com/venue/groundzero2

BOOK SIGNING

The Poinsett Club 807 E. Washington St. 6-8 p.m. $21

COMMUNITY MEETING

InspireHUB’s Ministry Engagement Principles Workshop Commerce Club, 55 Beattie Place 10 a.m.-noon $25 Interactive event provides participants an opportunity to gather with fellow local ministry leaders and influencers to learn engagement best practices, receive training, and hear from engagement expert and InspireHUB CEO/founder, Donald Clark. 855-355-4482 inspirehub.com/ministry tcole@rogersandcowan.com BOOK SIGNING

Susan Boyer Book Launch Party for Lowcountry Bordello Fiction Addiction 1175 Woods Crossing Road 5-7 p.m. FREE Agatha Awardwinning Greenville author Susan M. Boyer will be celebrating the launch of the newest book in her USA Today bestselling Liz Talbot mystery series, “Lowcountry Bordello,” at Fiction Addiction. This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. 675-0540 fiction-addiction.com info@fiction-addiction.com

Nov. 3-Dec. 3 ARTS EVENT

Photography Exhibition “America: Now and Here” on Display at Furman Furman University Thompson Gallery of Roe Art Bldg. 3300 Poinsett Hwy. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday FREE “America: Now and Here” features a portfolio from the same-titled project which was launched in 2011. The initiative was conceived by Eric Fischl who hoped to open dialogue about American identity through art in communities across the country. The show is comprised of 13 photographs by artists: Lyle Ashton Harris, Ross Bleckner, Chuck Close, Eric Fischl, Ralph Gibson, April Gornik, Sally

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Mann, Vik Muniz, Lou Reed, David Salle, Andres Serrano, Laurie Simmons, and Bill Viola. 294-2074 newspress.furman.edu/?p=19549 marta.lanier@furman.edu

thru Nov. 5 ARTS EVENT

Kay Larch: Galeria Mexicana Pickens County Museum of Art & History 307 Johnson Street, Pickens 9 a.m.-5 p.m. | daily except Sunday & Monday Donations Accepted FREE Originally from Huntington Beach, CA, Kay Larch has been living in Greenville for some time and is active with a distinct style of painting interpreting her passion for Mexican Folk Art and her love for its concentrated abundance of vibrant colors and exotic styles. 898-5963 | pickenscountymuseum.org allenc@co.pickens.sc.us

Nov. 5 Literary Ladies Panel Book Talk and Signing

Nov. 4

Fiction Addiction 1175 Woods Crossing Road 2 p.m. $10 - redeemable for $10 off authors’ books

Greenbrier Farms 766 Hester Store Road, Easley 5-8 p.m. | Wednesdays $10 per person / free children under 5 Join us for festive farm-to-table snacks along with live music each week. It’s the perfect way to unwind, take in the farm’s beauty, catch up with friends and see exactly where your food is coming from. 855-9782 | greenbrierfarms.com amy@greenbrierfarms.com EDUCATION

A Major League Legacy Upcountry History Museum 540 Buncombe Street noon-1 p.m. FREE Before he joined Furman’s athletic department, Mike Buddie spent five seasons as a pitcher in Major League Baseball. He faced hitters like Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, and Mark McGwire, and he was a member of the 1998 Yankees squad that won the World Series. Buddie will share tales about his days in the major leagues and what it’s like to stand 60 feet, six inches from the most feared hitters on the planet. 467-3100 | info@upcountryhistory.org upcountryhistory.org/programs/high-noonlecture-series-2/

The Long Canes w/ Rachel Kate & Jeff Shepherd Radio Room Upstate band inverts the power-trio theory, expanding outward from the drums. 263-7868 radioroomgreenville.com

African drumming classes with Master Bolokada Conde

Andres Serrano’s “America”

Greenbrier Farms Porch Series

CONCERT

LESSONS

BOOK SIGNING

FAMILY

Hartness C.B. Fisk Opus 121 Organ will include works by Mozart, Franck, Jongen, and contemporary composers, Pamela Decker and David Briggs. Director of Music at Seattle’s historic Plymouth Congregational Church, Cleveland has served on the faculties of St. Olaf College, Northwestern University, and, currently, University of Washington. 294-2086 FurmanMusic@furman.edu furman.edu

FUNDRAISER

Katydid Combined Driving Event Katydid Farm 359 State Park Rd., Windsor This is a 3-phase carriage driving competition, featuring dressage (Thu./Fri.), cross-country (Sat.), and cones (Sun.). The show includes both horses and ponies, driven as singles and pairs, at the Training, Preliminary, and Intermediate levels. Competitors will include some of the top carriage drivers in the U.S. Spectators are welcome free of charge. Tailgating spots are available on Saturday. This event benefits the Aiken Land Conservancy. 803-295-6785 katydidcde.com dilsaiken@aol.com

Nov. 6 ARTS EVENT

Meet Me At The Mill: First Friday at GCCA Greenville Center for Creative Arts 25 Draper St. 6-9 p.m. FREE

Meet Virginia Pye, author of “Dreams of the Red Phoenix;” Elise Blackwell, author of “The Lower Quarter;” Shari Smith, author of “I Am a Town;” and Ellen Malphrus, author of “Untying the Moon,” for a book talk, followed by a Q&A session and a book signing. 675-0540 fiction-addiction.com info@fiction-addiction.com

Fun for the whole family at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts. Food trucks will be in the parking lot, dining on the patio, with King of Pops for dessert. Visit the current show in the GCCA Gallery with a free kids activity. Continue the art adventure to the 2nd floor to meet 16 GCCA Studio Artists who call the GCCA home. 735-3948 artcentergreenville.org

CONCERT

Furman University Presents Acclaimed Organist Douglas Cleveland in Concert

BOOK SIGNING

Furman University Daniel Memorial Chapel 3300 Poinsett Hwy. 8-10 p.m. $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and $5 for students

Greenville Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 1135 State Park Road 6:30-8 p.m. $25 if pre-paid, $28 at the door. Discount on multiple classes. $10 to watch only

Furman University will present a concert with organist Dr. Douglas Cleveland in Daniel Memorial Chapel. Cleveland’s program, performed on Furman’s

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the world’s most famous and talented master djembe players. Four chances to take the class in November: Spartanburg, Nov. 3; Greenville, Nov. 5; Aiken, Nov. 8; and Clemson, Nov. 9. There is a discount for multiple classes and loaner drums are available. No experience necessary. Also, see him perform at Anderson University Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. - addmission is free. 504-782-6319 benkweston.wix.com/sewaba sewaba.drums@gmail.com

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Nov. 5-8

Diane Chamberlain Talk and Book Signing Fiction Addiction 1175 Woods Crossing Road 2 p.m. $28.61 or $10 Perennially bestselling North Carolina author Diane Chamberlain will be discussing her new novel and store staff pick, “Pretending to Dance,” at a book talk and signing at Fiction Addiction. Her previous novel, “The Silent Sister,” was a Publisher’s Weekly and USA Today bestseller. $28.61 admits two and includes one copy of “Pretending to Dance.” $10 admits one and is redeemable for $10 off merchandise. 675-0540 fiction-addiction.com info@fiction-addiction.com

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CELEBRATION

Jaguar Land Rover Greenville Grand Opening Event Jaguar Land Rover Greenville 2668 Laurens Road 5:30-8:30 p.m. FREE This grand opening event will feature hors d’oeuvres, live entertainment by the Carolina Dance Collaborative, a grand prize giveaway and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to get a close look at the full lineup of 2016 Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. 810-6412 | greenvilleluxury.com WSterling@greenvilleautomotive.com

Nov. 6-7 THEATER PRODUCTION

The Dozen Divas with Dorothy Bishop Centre Stage 501 River Street 8-10 p.m. | Friday and Saturday $35 or $50 (includes VIP After Event) A Fantastically fun and utterly unique show featuring Dorothy Bishop’s hilarious spot-on impressions of Stevie Nicks, Barbra Streisand, Adele, Renee Fleming, Madonna, Cher...and pretty much anyone in between! We are also offering a VIP after party with complimentary hours d’ oeuvres provided by The Playwright and libations provided by Boca Loca Rum and conversation with the star of the show, Dorothy Bishop. 233-6733 | centrestage.org information@centrestage.org

Nov. 6-8 ARTS EVENT

Southern City Film Festival Various locations, Downtown Aiken The Southern City Film Festival will bring an array of films, from amateur to professional in 6 categories: Feature Films, Documentary Films, Short Films, “Script to Screen”, Homegrown, Animation, with the winning films receiving a distribution deal to showcase their work. Join us to see the shows. southerncity.org/festival hello@southerncity.org

Nov. 6-Dec. 4 ARTS EVENT

The Last Portrait: 20 Years of Portraits by Polly Gaillard SC Governor’s School, Lipscomb Gallery 15 University Street FREE Opening Reception, Nov. 12, 6 to 8 p.m. 616-6630 | pollygaillard.com pollygaillard@gmail.com

Nov. 7

CONCERT

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Austin Brashier Band w/ Max Hightower

New Pilgrim Musical Department presents Musical Tribute Bishop Walter Hawkins

Blues Boulevard (Greenville) Tickets: $5 (plus $10 food/drink minimum) Mac Arnold’s main-men step out for duo show. 242-2583 bluesboulevardjazzgreenville.com CONCERT

The Fire Tonight w/ Darby Wilcox Independent Public Ale House Tickets: $5 Dynamic, gorgeously melodic progressive piano pop. 552-1265 ipagreenville.com CONCERT

Tim Halperin Moe Joe Coffee & Music Talented singer/songwriter/pianist 263-3550 facebook.com/moejoecoffeegreenville/ timeline

Nov. 8 CONCERT

BOOK SIGNING

Kay Bratt Talk and Book Signing Fiction Addiction | 1175 Woods Crossing Road 3 p.m. | $10 each. Each ticket admits one and can be redeemed for $10 off any merchandise purchased at the event Grab your friends and come to Fiction Addiction on to celebrate the launch of the Upstate’s author Kay Bratt’s new novel “The Palest Ink” and hear more about why she has chosen China as the basis of her passion and career. 675-0540 | info@fiction-addiction.com fiction-addiction.com CONCERT

Southern Culture On The Skids Gottrocks Tickets: $15, $25 Beloved Southern-kitsch-surf rock trio. 235-5519 | gottrocksgreenville.com

International Ballet presents Fall Chamber Concert Younts Center for the Performing Arts Fountain Inn Civic Center 315 N. Main St., Fountain Inn 3-4:30 p.m. $25 ($15 for Seniors/Students) International Ballet opens its 12th season with an ode to local concert artists, showcasing excerpts from classic ballets alongside contemporary dance, chamber music and vocal performance. With dance selections featuring original choreography as well as classics such as “Swan Lake” and “La Bayadere,” International Ballet also proudly presents guest artists from Furman University including the Hartness String Quartet, and vocalists Jessie Barnett and Alicia Russell. 879-9404 internationalballetsc.org juliana@internationalballetsc.org CONCERT

Mercy Me, w/ Phil Wickham, Tim Timmons and John Lynch Bon Secours Wellness Arena Tickets: $30-$65

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Massively popular Christian rock band headlines four-act show. 241-3800 bonsecoursarena.com

New Pilgrim Baptist Church 105 Bethany Road, Simpsonville 4-7 p.m. FREE The New Pilgrim Baptist Church Sanctuary choir will present a musical tribute to Walter Hawkins by featuring many of his well-known songs. The concert will feature C.B. Jackson Singers from Columbia, Nicholtown Community Choir, Nu Heart Community Choir and many more. 363-3908 | newpilgrimbcsc.com mnrobin1@aol.com

Nov. 9 COMMUNITY MEETING

Celebrating Our Veterans Rocky Creek Church, Main Sanctuary Woodruff Road 6:30-8:30 p.m. FREE Because they are heroes every day, this event will celebrate and honor our veterans. From 6:30-6:45 p.m. - patriotic music; 6:45-8 p.m. - program with speakers; and 8-8:30 p.m. - dessert social. Speakers will include Bill Connor, Lt. Colonel of the U.S. Army and Brian Wingard, former U.S. Marine and current Sgt. SC Army National Guard. New socks, cheese crackers and protein bars will be collected for homeless veterans. 908-2555 | gsprwomen@gmail.com CONCERT

University Singers Concert Stratton Hall, Bob Jones University 1700 Wade Hampton Blvd. 5-6 p.m. FREE Enjoy an inspiring program of choral music performed by the University Singers, BJU’s 100-plus voice, all-freshman choir under the direction of Dr. Eliezer Yanson. 242-5100 | go.bju.edu/finearts EDUCATION

Testimony To The Human Spirit: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story Furman University Younts Conference Center 3300 Poinsett Hwy. 7-8:30 p.m. FREE Join us for a thought provoking experience about the resiliency of the human spirit with a first-hand account from Mr. Robbie Waisman, one of about 900

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boys who survived the Buchenwald concentration camp. Organized by the Greenville Jewish Federation. jewishgreenville.org Programs@JewishGreenville.org

thru Nov. 10 EDUCATION

National Alliance on Mental Illness Greenville (NAMI Greenville) Basics 6:30-8 p.m. | Tuesdays FREE NAMI Basics is a free evidence-based peer-delivered education program for family and caregivers of children and adolescents with mental illness. Over six sessions, families are provided education, skills training, family communication skills and advocacy support. NAMI Basics was developed around elements that have been extensively tested and found to be highly effective. The group setting of NAMI Basics provides mutual support and shared positive impact and a shared experience of compassion and reinforcement from others. 331-3300 namigreenvillesc.org jill@namigreenvillesc.org

Nov. 10 BREAKFAST

Pendleton Place’s Annual Benefit Breakfast TD Convention Center 1 Exposition Drive 7:30-8:50 a.m. FREE Pendleton Place hosts its Annual Benefit Breakfast on Nov. 10 at the TD Convention Center. Guests will have the opportunity to learn more about the agency while enjoying a delicious breakfast. All in the Greenville community are welcome. To register, visit pendletonplace.org. 467-3650 pendletonplace.org emurphy@pendletonplace.org EDUCATION

5th Annual Hope and Help for the Holidays Grief Seminar Fellowship Hall First Baptist Church of Greenville 847 Cleveland St. 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. FREE Featuring Gloria and Heidi Horsley of opentohope.com and Nigel Robertson of

WYFF News. Four hours CEUs are available. Topics will include helping families continue bonds after loss, the grief care for children, grief care for the adolescent, losing a spouse, loss of an adult child, grief 101 and grief 102, navigating pregnancy loss, using music and art therapy in bereavement support, and tips for taking care of yourself. 325-3526 holidaygriefseminar.com kathryn.helt@dignitymemorial.com CONCERT

Furman Faculty Members Present Chamber Music Concert Furman University, Daniel Recital Hall 3300 Poinsett Hwy. 8-9:30 p.m. $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students/youth The Furman Faculty Chamber Music Series will present a concert Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 8 p.m. in Daniel Recital Hall on campus. The 90-minute concert features Furman music faculty members who will present a diverse array of older and newer repertoire for chamber ensemble. The program includes a playful duo for cello and bass by Gioachino Rossini, Felix Mendelssohn’s dramatic Piano Trio in C minor, and jazz tunes by John Scofield and Leonard Bernstein. 294-2086 furman.edu FurmanMusic@furman.edu CONCERT

BJU Symphonic Wind Band Concert

are several outstanding pieces for wind ensembles, including “Lincolnshire Posy,” a five-movement symphony of British ballads and folk songs by Percy Grainger. 770-1372 bju.edu/events/fine-arts/concert-operadrama/wind-band.php

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Testimony To The Human Spirit: A Holocaust Survivor’s Story St. Joseph’s Catholic High School Pope John Paul II Center 100 St Joseph’s Drive 7-8:30 p.m. FREE Join us for a thought provoking experience about the resiliency of the human spirit with a first-hand account from Robbie Waisman, one of about 900 boys who survived the Buchenwald concentration camp. Organized by the Greenville Jewish Federation. jewishgreenville.org Programs@JewishGreenville.org

Freshly Baked German Breads Homemade Blintzes • Cabbage Rolls Marinated Mushrooms • Ukranian Layered Cakes and More!

CONCERT

WSSL Acoustic Jam featuring Jarrod Niemann, Cassidee Pope, Chris Jansen & Craig Campbell Blind Horse Saloon Tickets: Only available from WSSL radio Rising country stars go unplugged. 233-1381 | blind-horse.com

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Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium Bob Jones University 1700 Wade Hampton Blvd. 8-10 p.m. Tickets range from $20-$38

Nov. 11

Under the direction of Dan Turner, the Symphonic Wind Band presents an evening with guest artist Matthew Vaughn, co-principal trombone of The Philadelphia Orchestra. The program features the exciting concerto “Colors” by Belgian composer Bert Appermont, as well as other virtuoso works for the trombone. Also included

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THE DESIGNATED LEGAL PUBLICATION FOR GREENVILLE COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA ORDER FOR PUBLICATION STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF GREENVILLE CIVIL CASE NUMBER: 2015CV2310701052 CIVIL CASE NUMBER IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT Washington Holdings, LLC/ Laura Wells, 26 Draper St., Greenville, SC 29611 PLAINTIFF(S) vs. Unregistered in SC, 1991 Horton Mobile Home VIN: H91846, DEFENDANT(S) The above captioned matter came before the Court by the filing of a Motion for Publication on September 4, 2015. This court makes the following findings of fact in this matter. The plaintiff, Washington Holdings, LLC/Laura Wells, has provided sufficient evidence by way of sworn affidavit that he/she has diligently attempted to serve a Defendant. Pursuant to Rule of the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure and SC Code 29-1510, Plaintiff is entitled to an Order of Publication to achieve service of process on UNREGISTERED IN SC 1991 Horton Mobile Home, VIN: H91846. Publication must be made in one newspaper of general circulation, to appear once a week for not less than three weeks. Now, therefore, IT IS ORDERED, that the Plaintiff is granted the right to serve the Defendant, and all others by publication. IT IS SO ORDERED. Greenville, South Carolina Judge Jonathan D. Anders October 8, 2015 NOTICE OF LIEN SALE Mobile Attic will hold a public sale to enforce a lien imposed on units, as described below, pursuant to the South Carolina Self- Service Storage Facility Act, South Carolina Code 3920-10 to 39-20-50. The sale will commence at 9:00 AM on Thursday, 12 November 2015, at Mobile Attic, 200 Shortie St. Greer, SC 29651 The personal goods stored therein by the following: # 103549- Brenda Coats Household goods, # UP013- Colleen Nelson Household goods, # UP113Doug McMullen Household goods, # 200253- Felicia Hallums Household goods. Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the time of sale. All goods are sold as is and must be removed at the time of purchase. Management reserves the right to withdraw any unit from the sale and reserves the right to refuse any bid.

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PUBLIC NOTICE THIS NOTICE IS PUBLISHED PURSUANT TO SECTION 6-11470 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, AS AMENDED. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2015, GREENVILLE COUNTY COUNCIL ADOPTED A RESOLUTION WHICH ENLARGED THE GREATER GREENVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT BY INCLUDING CERTAIN PROPERTIES LOCATED WITHIN THE DREXEL TERRACE SUBDIVISION, AND A CERTAIN PROPERTY ON EVEREST STREET, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ORDERLY COLLECTING AND DISPOSAL OF REFUSE, GARBAGE AND TRASH WITHIN GREENVILLE COUNTY. THE NEW BOUNDARY LINES TO RESULT FOR THE GREATER GREENVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT WOULD INCLUDE GREENVILLE COUNTY TAX MAP NUMBERS ("TMS#") 0538010110100; 0 5 3 8 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 ; 0538010110300; AND P016010106100. THE REASON FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE AFORESAID PROPERTY IS DUE TO THE PROPERTY OWNER HAVING PETITIONED THE COUNTY TO BE ANNEXED INTO THE GREATER GREENVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT IN ORDER THAT THEY MAY RECEIVE SANITATION SERVICE FOR THEIR RESIDENCE. THE RESULT OF THIS ACTION IS THE NEW BOUNDARY LINE WHICH WILL INCLUDE THE AREA AND TAX MAP NUMBERS LISTED ABOVE. MAP OF THE NEW BOUNDARY AND A LEGAL DESCRIPTION ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNTY COUNCIL OFFICE. NO BONDS WILL BE ISSUED BY THE DISTRICT, AS A RESULT OF THIS ACTION, NOR WILL THERE BE ANY CHANGES IN THE COMMISSION NOR IN THE PERSONNEL OF THE PRESENT COMMISSION OF THE GREATER GREENVILLE SANITATION DISTRICT. BOB TAYLOR, CHAIRMAN GREENVILLE COUNTY COUNCIL

PUBLIC NOTICE THIS NOTICE IS PUBLISHED PURSUANT TO SECTION 6-11470 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, AS AMENDED. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2015, GREENVILLE COUNTY COUNCIL ADOPTED A RESOLUTION, WHICH ENLARGED THE METROPOLITAN SEWER SUBDISTRICT TO INCLUDE REAL PROPERTY LOCATED OFF OF LEE VAUGHN ROAD, BAUGHMAN COURT, JONESVILLE ROAD AND MCKINNEY ROAD. THE NEW BOUNDARY LINES TO RESULT FOR THE METROPOLITAN SEWER SUBDISTRICT WOULD INCLUDE THOSE AREAS KNOWN AS GREENVILLE TAX MAP NUMBERS (TMS#) 0554.01-01029.00; 0559.01-01-028.08; 0559.01-01-032.03; 0559.0101-032.00; 0559.01-01032.07; 0559.01-01-032.11 and 0559.01-01-032.12. THE PURPOSE FOR THE PROPOSED ENLARGEMENT IS TO PROVIDE FOR THE ORDERLY COLLECTION OF SEWAGE AND WASTE BY EXTENDING LATERAL AND COLLECTOR LINES FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF SEWAGE AND WASTE TO THE TRUNK AND TREATMENT FACILITIES OF THE WESTERN CAROLINA REGIONAL SEWER AUTHORITY (Re-Wa). THE RESULT OF THIS ACTION IS THE NEW BOUNDARY LINE WHICH WILL REFLECT THE AREA AND TAX MAP NUMBER LISTED ABOVE. MAP OF THE NEW BOUNDARY AND A LEGAL DESCRIPTION ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNTY COUNCIL OFFICE. NO ADDITIONAL BONDS WILL BE ISSUED BY THE SUBDISTRICT, NOR WILL THERE BE ANY CHANGES IN THE COMMISSION OR THE PERSONNEL OF THE PRESENT COMMISSION OF THE METROPOLITAN SEWER SUBDISTRICT AS ENLARGED. BOB TAYLOR, CHAIRMAN GREENVILLE COUNTY COUNCIL

NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that La Rumba Bar & Grill, LLC., intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale and ON premises consumption of BEER, WINE & LIQUOR, at 1123 Cedar Lane, Greenville, SC 29617. To object to the issuance of this permit/license, written protest must be postmarked no later than Novermber 15, 2015. For a protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should include the following information: (1) the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest; (2) the specific reasons why the application should be denied; (3) that the person protesting is willing to attend a hearing (if one is requested by the applicant); (4) that the person protesting resides in the county where the proposed place of business is located or within five miles of the business; and, (5) the name of the applicant and the address of the premises to be licensed. Protest must be mailed to: S.C. Department of Revenue, ATTN: ABL, P. O. Box 125, Columbia, SC 29214 or faxed to: (803) 896-0110

NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that Smoke N Brew 2, LLC dba Smoke N Brew 2, intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale and OFF premises consumption of BEER & WINE, at 1401 Woodruff Road, Suite C, Greenville, SC 29607. To object to the issuance of this permit/license, written protest must be postmarked no later than November 1, 2015. For a protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should include the following information: (1) the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest; (2) the specific reasons why the application should be denied; (3) that the person protesting is willing to attend a hearing (if one is requested by the applicant); (4) that the person protesting resides in the county where the proposed place of business is located or within five miles of the business; and, (5) the name of the applicant and the address of the premises to be licensed. Protest must be mailed to: S.C. Department of Revenue, ATTN: ABL, P. O. Box 125, Columbia, SC 29214 or faxed to: (803) 896-0110 NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that The Metro Complex, intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale and ON premises consumption of BEER, WINE & LIQUOR, at 1310 Cedar Lane Road, Greenville, SC 29617. To object to the issuance of this permit/license, written protest must be postmarked no later than November 8, 2015. For a protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should include the following information: (1) the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest; (2) the specific reasons why the application should be denied; (3) that the person protesting is willing to attend a hearing (if one is requested by the applicant); (4) that the person protesting resides in the county where the proposed place of business is located or within five miles of the business; and, (5) the name of the applicant and the address of the premises to be licensed. Protest must be mailed to: S.C. Department of Revenue, ATTN: ABL, P. O. Box 125, Columbia, SC 29214 or faxed to: (803) 896-0110 NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that Coffee House Holdings, Inc., intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale and ON premises consumption of BEER & WINE, at 1130 Woodruff Road, Greenville, SC 29607. To object to the issuance of this permit/license, written protest must be postmarked no later than Novermber 15, 2015. For a protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should include the following information: (1) the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest; (2) the specific reasons why the application should be denied; (3) that the person protesting is willing to attend a hearing (if one is requested by the applicant); (4) that the person protesting resides in the county where the proposed place of business is located or within five miles of the business; and, (5) the name of the applicant and the address of the premises to be licensed. Protest must be mailed to: S.C. Department of Revenue, ATTN: ABL, P. O. Box 125, Columbia, SC 29214 or faxed to: (803) 896-0110 NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that Dream Play Group LLC, DBA Gizmo Bar, intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale and ON premises consumption of BEER & WINE, at 245 N. Main St., Greenville, SC 29601. To object to the issuance of this permit/license, written protest must be postmarked no later than Novermber 8, 2015. For a protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should include the following information: (1) the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest; (2) the specific reasons why the application should be denied; (3) that the person protesting is willing to attend a hearing (if one is requested by the applicant); (4) that the person protesting resides in the county where the proposed place of business is located or within five miles of the business; and, (5) the name of the applicant and the address of the premises to be licensed. Protest must be mailed to: S.C. Department of Revenue, ATTN: ABL, P. O. Box 125, Columbia, SC 29214 or faxed to: (803) 896-0110

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Diane Vecchio, an immigration historian, will discuss the role of FDR and the State Department in the crisis, as well as the impact of U.S. immigration laws, anti-Semitism and antiimmigrant sentiment. 467-3100 | info@upcountryhistory.org upcountryhistory.org/programs/high-noonlecture-series-2/

thru Nov. 12 ARTS EVENT

Shifting Plates II: Works By Sixteen South Carolina Printmakers Pickens County Museum of Art & History 307 Johnson Street, Pickens 9 a.m.-5 p.m. | daily except Sunday & Monday Donations Accepted FREE This is the second South Carolina Printmakers folio of original prints in a variety of media including lithography, intaglio, relief, screen-print and collograph. This connected group of artists began as a print exchange between fellow printmakers but quickly grew into an atelier of committed individuals representing 16 prominent printmakers in South Carolina. 898-5963 | allenc@co.pickens.sc.us pickenscountymuseum.org

Nov. 12 COMMUNITY MEETING

Memory Cafe Upcountry History Museum | 540 Buncombe St. 2-3 p.m. | 2nd Tuesday of the month FREE This is a memory impairment/early stage dementia and their care partners social

group. Each month there will be a tour of an exhibit or completion of an activity, fellowship, and refreshments at the Upcountry History Museum. This is a great social time for those new to this journey. 250-0029 | alz.org/sc | jguay@alz.org BOOK SIGNING

The Agony of Vietnam: A Discussion with Two Combat Veterans Watkins Room Furman University Trone Student Center | 3300 Poinsett Hwy. 7-8:30 p.m. FREE Bud Alley, Furman ‘64 and author of “The Ghosts of the Green Grass: The Journey of the Second Battalion Seventh Cavalry Into the Hell of the Ia Drang Valley in 1965,” and James T. Lawrence, author of “Reflections on LZ Albany: The Agony of Vietnam,” will offer a public presentation and discussion of their experiences as combat soldiers in Vietnam on November 12 at Furman University in the Trone Student Center, Watkins Room. 294-2191 | kathleen.hamlin@furman.edu

Nov. 20 EDUCATION

Aging Well Caregiver Conference Kroc Center | 424 Westfield Street 7:50 a.m.-4 p.m. $30 for senior industry professionals $10 for non-professionals Join the Alzheimer’s Association for their annual caregiver conference. With a focus on community resources, living well, dementia risk reduction, and preparing for the future. The fee will include breakfast, snacks and lunch. If caregivers need a sitter to stay with loved ones to attend, call by Nov. 6 to schedule a free in-home sitter. 800-272-3900 | alz.org/sc | jguay@alz.org

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October 31 2 - 5 pm 328 Furman Hall Rd., Greenville, SC 29609

$7 per child or $5 in advance (Adults & dogs are free)

Trick or Treat Costume Contest Games Cake Walk Tickets available at www.GreenvillePets.org

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA • COUNTY OF GREENVILLE By virtue of and under the authority of certain tax executions issued by the Auditor of Greenville County, I, A. Kevin Hunter, II, Tax Collector of Greenville County, have levied upon and taken exclusive possession of the real property and mobile homes listed below and will sell to the highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION within the legal hours of sale at Greenville County Square, 301 University Ridge, Greenville, South Carolina on Monday, November 16, 2015, beginning at 9:00 AM. All mobile homes and real property will be bid in by the Tax Collector on behalf of the Forfeited Land Commission, in the amount listed below, PLUS the current taxes. This includes delinquent taxes for the cities of Greer, Travelers Rest, Mauldin, Greenville, Fountain Inn and Simpsonville.

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FIGURE. THIS. OUT. HOLLYWOOD HEDGING ACROSS 1 Really dislike 5 First-string athletic group 10 Black mark 16 Suffix with fiend 19 27-Across’ continent 20 Elder Obama daughter 21 Approached to assail 22 Bakery treat 23 Start of a riddle 26 Carte or mode lead-in 27 Seoul’s land 28 Engine sound 29 Also include 30 Erfurt article 31 Spider-Man co-creator 34 Declares, informally 35 Spread of puréed liver 37 Wish for 38 Riddle, part 2 42 Romanov ruler 46 Very regretful one 47 Pretense 48 Lew of “State Fair” 49 Riddle, part 3 55 Jewish holiday in spring 56 Give — on the back 57 Pop singer Bareilles 58 Times of distinction 62 Informal name for Utah 65 Easter entrées 67 Many truck engines 69 Farrow of films

By Frank Longo

70 Riddle, part 4 73 Beer in Bath 74 Gucci or Armani rival 76 “That’s all there is —” 77 Trials by fire 79 “Hey, you there” 80 Suffix with switch 82 Brand of hair remover 84 Prefix with tasking 86 Riddle, part 5 91 Moved like a kangaroo 94 Stock debut, for short 95 “Oh, uh-huh” 96 Spanish for “other” 97 End of the riddle 103 “Bill” penner Jerome 104 Butterlike product 105 — -di-dah 106 Stir-fry tidbit 111 Meyers or Onassis 112 Leave agape 113 Sun. church talk 114 Sphere 115 Giant in pens 116 Riddle’s answer 123 Feline sign 124 Fighting spirit 125 Old major-league team 126 Inert element 127 N.J. hours 128 Elmo’s street 129 “10” star Bo 130 Darns, e.g.

DOWN 1 Pro-war sorts 2 “Give it —!” (“Try!”) 3 Triple crown 4 Worn (away) 5 “I love,” to Ovid 6 Frat “T” 7 Pipe fitting 8 Give a boost 9 Chaos 10 Pond coating 11 Sea- — Airport 12 “— little teapot ...” 13 Cold Italian desserts 14 Actor Karl 15 Very little 16 Apple debut of 2013 17 Quiet 18 Brick floors of fireplaces 24 Young cow 25 Anise-flavored liqueur 32 Italian money 33 Adequate, to Li’l Abner 34 Waffle pour-on 35 Painter Pablo 36 Allstate rival 37 “Indubitably!” 39 Counteract 40 Dirt Devil, e.g., for short 41 — -Mart 42 Phone bug 43 Crams, e.g. 44 Overdue debt

Celebrate a local tradition! Do you know a special child turning 6 this month?

45 Social reformer Jacob 50 Frat “O” 51 Loutish sort 52 Endurance 53 Opposite of chaos 54 Water nymph of myth 59 Portion out anew

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60 Sports VIP 61 Louisville-to-Atlanta dir. 63 Houston college, for short 64 “If — Would Leave You” 66 Silver or gold 68 Rival

by Myles Mellor and Susan Flannigan

For details, visit WMYI.com or WSSLFM.com Keyword: BIRTHDAY

If you live in Greenville or Laurens County and your child will be 6 years old in November, bring your child’s birth certificate to the Pepsi Plant and receive a FREE Pepsi Birthday Party Package! November 2nd-6th, Mon.- Fri. 1pm-5pm & November 7th, Sat. 10am-12pm 751 State Park Road, Greenville, SC • 864-672-2060 ext. 2057

69 Sports VIP 71 Go as low as 72 What the weary get, in a saying 75 Walk over 78 Sedan, say 81 Of sheep 83 From Cork, e.g. 85 “— perfect world ...” 87 Fourth of a fiscal yr. 88 — au vin (chicken dish) 89 Shar- — (wrinkly dogs) 90 Russia’s Trotsky 91 Pleasant 92 Manicure boards 93 Yellowish fruit 98 Red-eyed sparrow 99 Tips off 100 “—’s Gold” (1997 film) 101 Part of ERA 102 Usual 107 Takes off the bottle 108 Check recipient 109 Ulna’s end 110 Prayer ends 112 PIN points 113 Pal of Hook 117 11-Down guess, briefly 118 Wood for dartboards 119 Hack down 120 “World Cafe” airer 121 Female koala 122 “Fire away!” Crossword answers: page 29

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COMMUNITY VOICES PAST AND PRESENT WITH COURTNEY L. TOLLISON HARTNESS PH.D.

Reconstruction remains most misunderstood era Last week, as part of Furman’s High Noon lecture series, I spoke on the topic of Reconstruction. Before I began, I polled the group, asking for a show of hands in response to the following questions: Who was taught that Reconstruction was a disastrous era in American history? Alternately, who was taught that it was an exciting era, full of potential, when important, lasting gains were implemented? These are timely questions, as 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the beginning of one of our nation’s most controversial and misunderstood eras. This sesquicentennial commemoration of Reconstruction, the period which followed the Civil War, prompts an opportunity to learn not only about this era, but how public understandings of this era remain a deeply rooted legacy of our region’s racial past. In recent months, The New York Times published an article featuring the National Park Service’s efforts to develop a site dedicated to Reconstruction. The frontrunner under consideration is Beaufort, SC. Not only is this good economic news for our state, this site has the potential to address issues that may on the surface seem limited to academic interests, but are actually very relevant to current concerns regarding race relations in this country and to our national identity. The essence of the problem lies in the fact that in the decades after the Civil War, white historians crafted the Reconstruction era as an unfortunate period best left forgotten. Our nation’s foremost scholar of Reconstruction, Eric Foner, describes this perspective: “According to this view, Radical Republicans in Congress, bent on punishing defeated Confederates, established corrupt Southern governments presided over by carpetbaggers (unscrupulous Northerners who ventured south to reap the spoils of office), scalawags (Southern whites who supported the new regimes) and freed African-Americans, unfit to exercise democratic rights. The heroes of the story were the selfstyled Redeemers, who restored white supremacy to the South.” A survey of textbooks on South Carolina history used in our state’s public

schools from the 1920s to the 1980s affirms this in what now seem very disturbing ways. These books liken African American leaders in the state Legislature to “almost savages,” describe them as a “ruthless band of thieves…more dangerous than ordinary bands of robbers” who ran a government characterized by its “imbecility.” Their actions prompted white men to band together in a secret organization (the Ku Klux Klan) to protect themselves and ultimately rescue civilization by reclaiming power for white men. This approach was used by politicians who aspired to maintain white supremacy through the 1960s, lest we, in the word of Foner, allow a “repeat of the alleged horrors of Reconstruction.” The purported moral lessons of Reconstruction in America were also used as far away as South Africa and Australia to avoid experimenting with the granting of political rights to those who don’t have white skin. Novels and films, such as The Birth of a Nation and Gone with the Wind, also promoted this perspective on Reconstruction. Only after the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s increased American awareness of our racial problems did white historians begin to lift the veil of white supremacy that shaded their approach to this past. “Today,” according to Foner, “scholars believe that if the era was ‘tragic,’ it was not because Reconstruction was attempted but because it failed.” Yet, as one historian recently asserted in The New York Times, “there may not be any field of history where the gap between what historians know and what people believe is as vast,” and thus, generations of American schoolchildren grew up learning that there had once been a time when African American participated more fully in civic life, and that it had been a disastrous experiment resolved only when whites, the heroes of the story, reclaimed power by violence or any other means necessary, essentially “redeeming” themselves and their region. The parallels between this approach and the alleged motives behind the murderer of those killed at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston this summer are obvious.

In recent decades, historians have begun to view Reconstruction, in Foner’s words, as “ a remarkable, unprecedented effort to build an interracial democracy on the ashes of slavery.” It is believed that America was the only nation in the world to emancipate slaves and nearly immediately grant those freed males the right to vote. As Americans, we like to think that the trajectory of American democracy tends towards greater inclusiveness. Yet Reconstruction confounds that myth of the constant pursuit of “liberty and justice for all. ” The fact that we as a nation don’t lament the forced ending of what has been referred to as our nation’s “second founding” ought prompt us to radically reevaluate the gap between our ideal of ourselves and the reality of our actions. Reconstruction could have securely placed America firmly in the forefront of international leadership regarding universal rights in the mid-19th century, but

that attempt is not celebrated; rather, it is condemned. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy said, “The great revolution in the history of man, past, present and future, is the revolution of those determined to be free.” He could have easily been referring to newly liberated freedmen during Reconstruction. If “the great revolution in the history of man” is indeed the revolution of those determined to be free, then Reconstruction suddenly achieves a new level of prominence and even celebration, nationally and internationally. The “vast” gap needs to be closed, and our state is poised to become a national leader in this effort. Dr. Courtney Tollison Hartness teaches History at Furman University. She can be reached at courtney. tollison@furman.edu.

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Fresh Seasonal Produce, Gourmet Foods, and Colorful Flowers “Victory Garden” Projects with The Upcountry History Museum Trick-or-Treating  Children’s Halloween Costume Contest  Cupcake Walk

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