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Born in Australia, raised in South Carolina, attending college in Kentucky, Ali Galyer will swim on the New Zealand team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Confused yet? Galyer, who grew up in Greenville and graduated from J.L. Mann High School, says her upbringing fostered her love for New Zealand. “I lived in a house with my dad who’s from New Zealand and my mom who’s from Canada,” she says. “It was very different than the typical American household.” Learning about New Zealand’s culture as a kid, Galyer always aspired to be on Team New Zealand. “So being able to qualify for Pan Pacific two years ago, and then World Championships this summer, and the Olympic Games next summer, was above and beyond what I think any of us really thought about,” Galyer says. At first, swimming was just another athletic activity for Galyer and her sister, who’s three years older. But when both girls competed in gymnastics and swimming, their parents made them choose one. “So good thing I didn’t pick gymnastics because I’m 5’10” and that wouldn’t have worked out very well,” Galyer says with a laugh. First swimming at age 5, she continued to swim throughout high school. “You know every little sister wants to do what the big sister does, so then we both got into it,” Galyer says. The two sisters even earned swim scholarships to the University of Ken-

If you’re not having fun and you don’t like what you’re doing, you’re not going to succeed at it." - Ali Galyer, Olympic Swimmer tucky, where Galyer is now in her last year as a marketing major with an international business minor. While many elite athletes train their whole lives to compete in the Olympic Games, Galyer swam simply because it was fun. “It wasn’t anything that my parents pressured me into doing,” she says. “It was like, ‘If you’re having fun, you can keep doing it. If you’re not, then you can quit whatever.’”

Galyer says she really admires her parents for never critiquing or forcing her to compete. Swimming was always her choice. “But I found it really nice that I didn’t have the extra pressure, because I put a lot of pressure on myself, when you get into that college and international team level,” Galyer says. “So it was nice not having that pressure of having to do it for someone else.” Now, she tells aspiring swimmers to

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FROM THE COVER

It's very frustrating, but it just goes to show that we need to do far more education in medicine. It

Greenville County has one of the highest rates of unvaccinated students in SC — and it’s going up ALARMING TREND:

The number of unvaccinated students has risen by almost 1200 students over the last five years.

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QUADRUPLED:

Since 2001, the rate of unvaccinated children in the United States has risen from 0.3% to 1.3%

on our students and family choices, but we certainly think it’s important that they understand the implications of not being immunized — and I’m not sure that they’re getting that information.” Janet Lage, Director of Health Services Greenville County Schools

or nurses, or all of us, as a

Source: www.vaccines.gov

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whole, in medicine."

South Carolina allows medical and religious exemptions only, philosophical exemptions are not allowed

In the last six years, the number of unvaccinated students with religious exemptions in Greenville County has more than doubled, following a statewide trend. South Carolina isn’t unique. Since 2001, the rate of unvaccinated children in the United States more than quadrupled, from 0.3% to 1.3% of children born in 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Greenville County is home to nearly one in five of the 11,154 unvaccinated students in South Carolina. It falls second only to Spartanburg County for its rate of unvaccinated students in the state, rising from 1.2% of students with religious exemptions in 2013-14 to 2.5% in 2018-19 — an increase of about 1,200 students. In order to attend any school or day care in South Carolina, state law requires that students be initially vaccinated against several contagious and often deadly diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (also called whooping cough), polio, measles, rubella, mumps, hepatitis B, and varicella (also

HEPATITIS B

5K-12 Immunization Requirements for students enrolled in either a public or private Greenville County School

doing our jobs as providers,

EXEMPTIONS:

BY ARIEL GILREATH

We don’t make judgments

just shows that we are not

- Jennifer Watts, nurse practitioner at the Bon Secours Center for Adult and Family Medicine

called chickenpox). But parents don’t have to vaccinate their children if they get a medical or religious exemption. For medical exemptions, doctors must sign a letter saying the students have medical conditions preventing them from receiving vaccinations. For a religious exemption, a guardian just needs to sign a notarized letter. “That’s terrifying,” said Jennifer Watts, a nurse practitioner at the Bon Secours Center for Adult and Family Medicine. “The fact that people can do it so easily — it’s terrifying.” Janet Lage, director of health services with Greenville County Schools, said the small number of people who do oppose vaccinations for legitimate religious beliefs do not make up all of the families who choose to get those exemptions. “Oftentimes, they are philosophical exemptions

DTaP

POLIO

ABOUT THE DISEASE:

ABOUT THE DISEASES:

ABOUT THE DISEASE:

Every year in the United States about 2,000 people die from hepatitis soon after they are infected, and another 12,000 go on to develop long-term hepatitis, putting them at high-risk for cirrhosis and liver cancer.

Diphtheria: Causes difficulty breathing and swallowing. Attacks the heart, kidneys and nerves.

Polio is highly contagious, it travels through the bloodstream where it can infect the brain and spinal cord. Paralysis caused by polio occurs when the virus replicates in and attacks the nervous system.

WHY ITS NEEDED:

Tetanus: Causes muscle spasms, potentially interfering with breathing.Tetanus can also damage the heart.

WHY ITS NEEDED:

The new vaccine strategy has virtually eliminated the disease in children less than 19 years of age

Pertussis: One of the most contagious diseases. Violent cough, pneumonia, and seizures can develop.

Polio was eliminated from the United States in 1979 and from the Western Hemisphere in 1991 due to the vaccine

THE VACCINE:

THE VACCINE:

THE VACCINE:

The hepatitis B vaccine is given as a series of three shots.

Given to infants and young children in a series of five shots

Inactivated polio vaccine (or IPV) is given as a series of four shots


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PERCENT OF STUDENTS WITH RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS - BY COUNTY

GREENVILLE CHEROKEE — [meaning] they just don’t believe 2.48% 0.89% PICKENS SPARTANBURG YORK in it,” Lage said. “We don’t make 1.55% 3.17% 1.78% judgments on our students and OCONEE family choices, but we certainly CHESTER 1.70% UNION LANCASTER CHESTERFIELD think it’s important that they un0.49% 0.34% 1.11% 0.31% MARLBORO derstand the implications of not ANDERSON 0.22% LAURENS being immunized — and I’m not 1.33% 1.06% FAIRFIELD DILLON sure that they’re getting that informaKERSHAW DARLINGTON 0.47% 0.47% tion.” NEWBERRY 0.77% 0.47% South Carolina does not allow philosophical 0.70% ABBEVILLE LEE MARION exemptions — only 15 states have that as a provi2.17% GREENWOOD 0.18% 0.21% sion — but there’s currently no way for officials to 0.96% FLORENCE SALUDA RICHLAMD ensure a parent’s religious exemption is truly rooted 0.57% MCCORMICK SUMTER 0.76% LEXINGTON HORRY 1.28% in religious convictions. 0.00% 0.36% 1.30% 1.17% If a measles or mumps outbreak does occur in a school EDGEFIELD or day care, unvaccinated students are required to be abCALHOUN 0.37% CLARENDON WILLIAMSBURG sent for at least 21 days from the last case reported. 1.18% AIKEN 0.13% 0.20% Statewide, the rate of students with religious exemptions went 0.66% from 0.6% in 2013-14 to 1.4% in 2018-19. GEORGETOWN ORANGEBURG The state is still above the 90-95% vaccination threshold experts 0.98% 0.21% recommend to maintain “herd immunity” — a principle where large numBARNWELL bers of vaccinated populations limit the spread of diseases and indirectly BAMBERG BERKELEY 0.40% DORCHESTER 0.43% 1.13% protect the smaller number of unvaccinated individuals. 1.47% But the upward trend in unvaccinated individuals is alarming health exALLENDATE perts. 0.18% COLLETON Most of the South Carolina schools with the highest rates of students with re0.52% ligious exemptions are small, private schools. In Greenville County, the Montessori HAMPTON CHARLESTON LESS THAN 0.50% 0.04% School of Mauldin had the highest rate with more than 20% of students with religious 1.67% exemptions, followed closely by Greenville Classical Academy, which neared the 20% LESS THAN 1.00% JASPER mark. BEAUFORT 0.55% The schools aren’t alone — in York County, nearly 34% of students at Comenius School LESS THAN 1.50% 1.35% for Creative Leadership had religious exemptions, along with nearly 17% of students at LESS THAN 2.00% Westgate Christian School in Spartanburg County. About 1,608 — or 3.2% — of Spartanburg County students had religious exemptions for the MORE THAN 2.00% 2018-19 school year. In October of the same year, there were six reported cases of the measles in the county — the first reported cases in the Upstate in more than 20 years. In 2000, the measles were considered to be eradicated from the United States. As of July 25, there have been more cases of the measles in 2019 than the previous four years combined, acHighest percentage of unvaccinated students: cording to the CDC. Watts, who has four children of her own, has seen what some of the deadly diseases can do to a 1. Spartanburg (3.17%) 2. Greenville (2.48%) person — her aunt contracted polio when she was 5 years old, before the vaccine was introduced to the world in 1955.

Lowest percentage of unvaccinated students: 1. McCormick (0.00%) 2. Hampton (0.04%)

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MMR

VARICELLA

Tdap

HEPATITIS A

ABOUT THE DISEASES:

ABOUT THE DISEASE:

ABOUT THE DISEASE:

ABOUT THE DISEASE:

Measles: A virus that can cause serious health complications and even death. in 2000 measles were eliminated from the United States – the disease returned in 2014 due to unvaccinated children.

Chickenpox is usually a relatively benign infection. However, before the vaccine, one or two children in the U.S. would die every week from chickenpox.

See DTap – Diptheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (Whooping Cough) vaccine information.

Every year about 75 people die from hepatitis A virus infection. As a result, the CDC recommends that all children between 12 and 23 months get the hepatitis A vaccine.

WHY ITS NEEDED:

Tdap booster required before seventh grade.

Mumps: Causes swelling in the salivary glands and is a common cause of meningitis. Rubella: A viral infection also known as German Measles.

THE VACCINE: Vaccines have been combined to form the MMR vaccine.

The number of people infected with chickenpox has decreased from about 4 million per year to about 12,000 per year.

THE VACCINE: The vaccine is given as a series of two shots.

SPECIAL NOTE: THE VACCINE: The Tdap vaccine is recommended for most people 11 years and older who have not previously received it.

SPECIAL NOTE: All children starting 5K in 2020 will need two hepatitis A shots. Hepatitis A vaccine is given as early as age 12 months, followed by a second shot six months later.

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“She was in the hospital for about two years — she, luckily, didn’t have to go into an iron lung, but she couldn’t walk. She lost all movement. She had weird little shoes on her feet,” Watts said. “She had pins and things put in her toes to try to keep them straightened out.” Watts’ aunt, who is now in her 70s, still feels the effects of the disease — she suffers from post-polio syndrome, a condition where a person who has contracted polio experiences symptoms from it years later. “She barely can walk,” Watts said. “The right leg is back to being virtually paralyzed — it’s skinny, it’s small. It’s really sad.” Polio has no cure — only treatments and prevention. The ease with which parents can opt out of vaccinations in most states has been a national debate for the past few years, with some states taking action in the last few months. In May, Maine’s governor signed a bill into law ending religious exemptions for vaccinations in the state — New York’s governor followed suit in June, making them two of only five states in the country that don’t allow religious exemptions. Most religions do not explicitly object to vaccinations — it

isn’t outlined in any major doctrines. But an often-repeated concern some parents have with vaccinations is the myth that certain vaccines can cause autism, or that giving several vaccinations in a short span of time can be harmful to young children — neither of which has any basis in fact. “It’s very frustrating, but it just goes to show that we need to do far more education in medicine. It just shows that we are not doing our jobs as providers, or nurses, or all of us, as a whole, in medicine,” Watts said. “It’s amazing that the wrong kind of knowledge can get out and just spread like wildfire.” Along with concerns that unvaccinated populations are on the rise, experts also worry that unvaccinated individuals put other members of the population at risk — infants who haven’t received all of their doses and individuals with compromised immune systems, such as those with cancer or elderly populations. “These are deadly diseases,” Lage said. “And the reason that we don’t see them often is due to vaccination.”

Above: The South Carolina Religious Exemption Form, only basic information is requested, a guardian only needs to sign and have it notarized.

Breakdown of Religious Exemptions for each Greenville County School GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL

TOTAL RELIGIOUS PERCENT STUDENTS EXEMPT EXEMPT

A.J. WHITTENBURG ELEMENTARY ABIDING PEACE ACADEMY ABUNDANT LIFE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ALDERSGATE UMC CDC ALEXANDER ELEMENTARY ARMSTRONG ELEMENTARY AS-SABEEL ACADEMY AUGUSTA CIRCLE ELEMENTARY BECK ACADEMY BELL'S CROSSING ELEMENTARY BEREA ELEMENTARY BEREA HIGH BEREA MIDDLE BETHEL ELEMENTARY BLUE RIDGE HIGH BLUE RIDGE MIDDLE BLYTHE ACADEMY BOB JONES ACADEMY BRASHIER MIDDLE COLLEGE BROOK GLENN ELEMENTARY BRUSHY CREEK ELEMENTARY BRYSON ELEMENTARY BRYSON MIDDLE BUENA VISTA ELEMENTARY CALVARY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL CAMPERDOWN ACADEMY CAROLINA ACADEMY (HIGH) CAROLINA PREP CHANDLER CREEK ELEMENTARY CHANDLER SCHOOL, THE CHERRYDALE ELEMENTARY CHRIST CHURCH EPISCOPAL SCHOOL CONESTEE BAPTIST DAY SCHOOL CRESTVIEW ELEMENTARY CYBER ACADEMY OF SOUTH CAROLINA DR. PHINNIZE J. FISHER MIDDLE DUNCAN CHAPEL ELEMENTARY EAST LINK ACADEMY EAST NORTH STREET ACADEMY EASTSIDE HIGH EINSTEIN ACADEMY ELLEN WOODSIDE ELEMENTARY FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH KIND FIVE OAKS ACADEMY FOOTPRINTS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

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495 30 83 17 421 412 116 564 960 1024 489 1085 775 923 1028 972 863 986 436 379 909 896 947 876 71 146 715 18 956 57 682 1106 17 656 1869 1005 626 98 740 1513 42 670 57 131 165 26

10 3 7 0 1 9 8 10 12 42 1 13 7 31 45 47 2 73 1 5 29 15 21 20 8 8 6 0 16 1 3 24 0 22 33 27 20 11 17 37 1 19 4 8 20 0

2.02% 10.00% 8.43% 0.00% 0.24% 2.18% 6.90% 1.77% 1.25% 4.10% 0.20% 1.20% 0.90% 3.36% 4.38% 4.84% 0.23% 7.40% 0.23% 1.32% 3.19% 1.67% 2.22% 2.28% 11.27% 5.48% 0.84% 0.00% 1.67% 1.75% 0.44% 2.17% 0.00% 3.35% 1.77% 2.69% 3.19% 11.22% 2.30% 2.45% 2.38% 2.84% 7.02% 6.11% 12.12% 0.00%

GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL

TOTAL RELIGIOUS PERCENT STUDENTS EXEMPT EXEMPT

FORK SHOALS SCHOOL FOUNTAIN INN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL FOUNTAIN INN ELEMENTARY FULLER NORMAL SCHOOL GATEWAY ELEMENTARY GREEN CHARTER SCHOOL GREENBRIER ELEMENTARY GREENVILLE CLASSICAL ACADEMY GREENVILLE SENIOR HIGH ACADEMY GREENVILLE SENIOR HIGH ACADEMY GREENVILLE TECH CHARTER HIGH GREER HIGH GREER MIDDLE GREER MIDDLE COLLEGE CHARTER HIGH GROVE ELEMENTARY HAMPTON PARK CHRISTIAN SCHOOL HERITAGE ELEMENTARY HILLCREST HIGH HILLCREST MIDDLE HOLLIS ACADEMY HOPE ACADEMY HUGHES ACADEMY SCIENCE AND TECH IMMANUEL LUTHERAN SCHOOL J. L. MANN HIGH ACADEMY LAKE FOREST ELEMENTARY LAKES AND BRIDGES CHARTER SCHOOL LAKEVIEW MIDDLE LANGSTON CHARTER MIDDLE LEAD ACADEMY LEAGUE ACADEMY LEGACY EARLY COLLEGE MAULDIN 1ST BAPTIST CHURCH KIND MAULDIN ELEMENTARY MAULDIN HIGH MAULDIN MIDDLE MAULDIN UMC MEYERS CENTER FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN MICHELIN FRENCH SCHOOL MITCHELL RD CHRISTIAN ACADEMY MITCHELL ROAD ELEMENTARY MONARCH ELEMENTARY MONAVIEW ELEMENTARY MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF GREENVILLE MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF MAULDIN MOUNTAIN VIEW ELEMENTARY NEXT HIGH

775 85 735 118 733 843 726 227 1441 863 429 1204 975 449 661 393 601 2177 965 725 68 1038 12 1957 739 112 655 448 399 833 1398 128 953 2336 1040 10 33 72 345 558 461 547 29 49 821 393

16 13 16 4 23 57 19 45 11 23 5 11 19 27 9 38 10 36 25 10 8 15 0 25 17 4 7 6 20 22 24 7 15 49 37 0 0 0 17 12 2 1 5 10 38 32

2.06% 15.29% 2.18% 3.39% 3.14% 6.76% 2.62% 19.82% 0.76% 2.67% 1.17% 0.91% 1.95% 6.01% 1.36% 9.67% 1.66% 1.65% 2.59% 1.38% 11.76% 1.45% 0.00% 1.28% 2.30% 3.57% 1.07% 1.34% 5.01% 2.64% 1.72% 5.47% 1.57% 2.10% 3.56% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 4.93% 2.15% 0.43% 0.18% 17.24% 20.41% 4.63% 8.14%

GREENVILLE COUNTY SCHOOL

Full Report covering all of SC available online TOTAL RELIGIOUS PERCENT STUDENTS EXEMPT EXEMPT

NORTHWEST MIDDLE NORTHWOOD MIDDLE OAKVIEW ELEMENTARY OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY PARIS ELEMENTARY PELHAM ROAD ELEMENTARY PLAIN ELEMENTARY PRINCE OF PEACE CATHOLIC SCHOOL QUEST LEADERSHIP ACADEMY RALPH CHANDLER MIDDLE RIVERSIDE HIGH RIVERSIDE MIDDLE ROBERT E. CASHION ELEMENTARY RULDOLPH G. GORDON SCHOOL SARA COLLINS ELEMENTARY SC GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL SEVIER MIDDLE SHANNON FOREST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SIMPSONVILLE ELEMENTARY SKYLAND ELEMENTARY SLATER MARIETTA ELEMENTARY SONSHINE LEARNING CENTER SOUTHSIDE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SOUTHSIDE HIGH ST ANTHONY OF PADUA ST JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC SCHOOL ST MARYS CATHOLIC SCHOOL STERLING SCHOOL STONE ACADEMY SUE CLEVELAND ELEMENTARY SUMMIT DRIVE ELEMENTARY TABERNACLE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL TANGLEWOOD MIDDLE TAYLORS ELEMENTARY THE GODDARD SCHOOL THOMAS E. KERNS ELEMENTARY TIGERVILLE ELEMENTARY TRAVELERS REST HIGH WADE HAMPTON HIGH WASHINGTON CENTER WELCOME ELEMENTARY WESTCLIFFE ELEMENTARY WESTMINSTER WEEKDAY SCHOOL WOODLAND ELEMENTARY WOODMONT HIGH WOODMONT MIDDLE

848 905 1008 154 628 780 948 133 197 723 1763 1120 662 1120 921 227 745 347 759 719 413 13 863 780 140 661 214 757 653 608 482 93 678 755 19 640 283 1141 1795 124 675 277 11 1071 1698 695

26 17 32 0 11 29 23 1 6 14 36 28 15 28 13 7 22 17 13 32 7 0 35 5 0 7 0 17 32 7 11 3 5 28 1 6 12 22 38 6 6 3 0 20 29 11

3.07% 1.88% 3.17% 0.00% 1.75% 3.72% 2.43% 0.75% 3.05% 1.94% 2.04% 2.50% 2.27% 2.50% 1.41% 3.08% 2.95% 4.90% 1.71% 4.45% 1.69% 0.00% 4.06% 0.64% 0.00% 1.06% 0.00% 2.25% 4.90% 1.15% 2.28% 3.23% 0.74% 3.71% 5.26% 0.94% 4.24% 1.93% 2.12% 4.84% 0.89% 1.08% 0.00% 1.87% 1.71% 1.58%


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Greenville Drive partners with Greenville Literacy Association to offer English classes to players n story by ARIEL GILREATH

It's more than just baseball — it's also about learning general skills, life skills, and learning how to speak English, especially with coaches that don't speak their native tongue." -Dan Abroms, Mental Skills Coordinator

The Greenville Drive is teaming up with the Greenville Literacy Association to offer Spanish-speaking players English classes. This isn’t new for the Boston Red Sox affiliate — the organization has been partnering with nonprofits throughout the country to offer English language classes during the four-month season. But this year will be the team’s first time using the Greenville Literacy Association (GLA). Dan Abroms, mental skills coordinator with the Boston Red Sox minor league, said the organization has been offering classes for years. “The minor league is all about development, making sure that players can develop and work their way to higher levels and play at the major league,” Abroms said. “So it’s more than just baseball — it’s also about learning general skills, life skills, and learning how to speak English, especially with coaches that don’t speak their native tongue.” The Red Sox also offers Spanish language classes at some of its facilities to help players and coaches who speak only English. Yoan Aybar, who plays No. 37 for the Greenville Drive this season, didn’t speak any English before he started traveling to the United States from his home in the Dominican Republic each baseball season a few years ago. “It’s very difficult,” Aybar said. Like his teammates, the 22-year-old has a busy schedule — from May to August, they play seven games a week, train in between, and also fit

in an hour of English class when they can. Yorvin Pantoja, who plays No. 19 for the Drive, also takes the class. Although the schedule can be intense, Pantoja said they still enjoy playing the game. He started playing baseball when he was 7 years old and never stopped. Even in between games and training, Pantoja said many of the teammates play baseball video games. “It’s a hobby,” Pantoja said. Once or twice a week, the Spanish-speaking players meet with their GLA tutor, Cheryl Bentley, to go over lessons. “What’s so fun about working with this group is that they’re already a team, and they’re already comfortable with each other,” Bentley said. “So if anyone makes a mistake, they’ll automatically help each other.” Bentley never knows who will be in her class — players frequently move up and down to different teams in the minor leagues based on their game performance. So far, she’s had about 10 students this summer. “They pick up English while they’re here,” Bentley said. “I’ve seen it just from May to the end of July.” Keibert Petit, who plays No. 51 for the Drive, didn’t know any English before he started playing in the United States from Venezuela. Now, he helps translate for his teammates. “I want to speak English perfect,” Petit said.

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Data breach affects some Greenville County Schools student information n story by MELODY CUENCA

A total of 24,282 students of Greenville County Schools were impacted by the Pearson data breach. The UK education software company notified more than 13,000 U.S. school district and university accounts who were affected by the breach. The breach exposed low-risk student data from Pearson’s AimsWeb accounts in the U.S. Greenville County School students who attended kindergarten in the district from 201213 to 2016-17 and were born 2004-11 are those whose names and dates of births are breached.

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The district is working to find contact information for those students who were af-

fected. Early next week, the district will also mail letters to affected families. “Greenville County Schools has both employees and systems whose sole purpose is to protect our student data,” Superintendent W. Burke Royster said in a statement. “Doing so includes carefully screening and vetting the vendors with whom we enter into data sharing agreements. Unfortunately, in the modern world large data systems are constantly under attack from cyber thieves and sometimes those thieves find a way to break in. This is one reason we no longer collect student social security numbers for school registration.” South Carolina districts are required by law to have a formal assessment and data monitoring system. The district used AimsWeb for that purpose until the 2016-17 school year. In South Carolina, dates of birth are protected when the dates are matched with the names. Although, student names are not considered protected information.

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The Riley Institute at Furman partnered with Greenville County Schools to release a food truck that will provide free meals to Greenville County students. The food truck was unveiled at a recent event at Travelers Rest United Methodist Church. The food truck came to be through the Riley Institute’s Diversity Leaders Initiative program, where participants work in small groups to target issues in the community through service projects. In previous years, the DLI program worked on adding opportunities for play and exercise through the Mobi-Rec bus, which brings recreation to areas where services are unavailable. This year, the Riley Fellows expanded Greenville County’s Seamless Summer Feeding Program by increasing the plan’s reach through the new food truck. The truck will bring meals to children unable to travel to Seamless Summer locations. In the summer months, the food truck will provide nutritious, balanced meals

to students under 18 in communities throughout Greenville County, including Berea and Travelers Rest. During the school year, it will host nutrition-related educational events, lunch gatherings, and fresh fruit and vegetable samplings. “It is particularly important in the summer, by allowing us to bring not just the food, but everything they need to prepare and serve it directly to locations in the community,” said Dr. Burke Royster, Greenville County Schools superintendent. Traci Hogan, the school district’s assistant superintendent for special education services, said the Riley Fellows knew GCS was the largest school district in the state, but they were unaware that more than half of the district’s students qualify for free and reduced lunch. Hogan said this new truck will eliminate the barrier of transportation by bringing the food to the children.

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Back-to-school: Donate supplies to benefit local students n story by JOHN OLSON

It’s back-to-school time and Jackson Stanley, Realtors is holding a back-to-school supply drive until Aug. 30. The drive is benefitting the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Greenville.

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Donations can be dropped off to 14 Conestee Ave. in Greenville between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. For more information call 864-918-6055.

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Over $53 million waiting to be claimed in Greenville n story by CAMIELL FOULGER | photo OFFICE OF SC TREASURER

In honor of Green Day, which celebrates Greenville’s birth as a city, the state treasurer is urging people to check to see if any money is owed to them through S.C.’s Unclaimed Property Program. Curtis Loftis, the state treasurer of South Carolina, urges people to check online because over $53 million is waiting to be claimed in Greenville County alone. Money is transferred to the Unclaimed Property Program when companies cannot locate the owners of property. Businesses, churches, estates, charities, and individuals may have unclaimed property.

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System receives award for best hospital n story by CAMIELL FOULGER

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System was recognized as a Best Hospital by the U.S. News & World Report. Both of the hospital’s campuses were ranked second in the state of South Carolina but came first for Greenville. The Best Hospital rankings aid patients in making decisions regarding where they will receive the best care for any ailment. For the award, over 4,500 medical centers were examined nationwide.

Bon Secours St. Francis Health System received the highest ratings for common adult procedure and conditions in abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), colon cancer surgery, heart bypass surgery, heart failure, as well as hip and knee replacements. “Bon Secours St. Francis Health System is honored to receive this recognition by US News & World Report in its best hospitals listings,” Matt Caldwell, the Greenville Market President for Bon Secours, said. “It speaks to the quality, compassionate care the physicians, nurses, and clinical staff provide to our patients day in and day out. This is an honor for all of us.”

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The Greenville Free Medical Clinic recently received a grant DIGITAL ACUITY SYSTEM: Assesses clarity and sharpness of $99,787 from the 2018 Fluor of a patient's eyesight Golf for Greenville tournament RETINAL CAMERA: Able to identify glaucoma and multiple to update its eye clinic. The ribsclerosis, as well as monitor disease progression such as bon-cutting for the new space macular degeneration, retinal neoplasms, choroid disturtook place July 29. bances and diabetic retinopathy With the help of the grant, the clinic was able to buy a digital VISUAL FIELD ANALYZER: Measure of central and periphacuity system, retinal camera, eral vision, or “side vision,” and is used by the doctor to visual field analyzer, LED slit monitor glaucoma lamp, tonometer, and indirect LED SLIT LAMP: Routine part of an eye exam, used to look ophthalmoscope. Executive Diat the front of the eye (cornea, lens, iris, and more) rector Susan Foley said the retinal camera and the visual field TONOMETER: Checks the pressure inside your eyes, helps analyzer were completely new to diagnose eye pieces of equipment, intended problems and diseases earlier than visual exams to expand the treatment of paINDIRECT OPHTHALMOSCOPE: Provides a wider view of tients suffering from glaucoma the inside of the eye or retina damage due to diabetes. She added that the clinic’s Dr. Nick McLane, who has volunteered new space is 50% larger, providing more at the clinic since 1998, said the new room for both doctor and patient. The clinic’s original equipment was be- equipment provides the ability to track a ginning to become outdated and obsolete patient’s eye health over time and to treat in recent years, Foley said. The eye clinic nearly every eye problem. Several people joined forces to renowas unable to make the significant investvate the newly acquired eye clinic room, ment for new equipment — until Fluor including Jody Redmond of RSS ConGolf for Greenville selected the clinic as a struction, who helped make the electrical recipient of one of its grants. The eye clinic serves 500 low-income, and plumbing upgrades; volunteers from uninsured residents of Greenville County Auburn University’s Alternative Student each year. About 20 volunteer ophthal- Break program and Christ Church Epismologists provide screening and treat- copal High School, who helped paint; and ment services in the clinic. Specialty doc- McLane, along with Drs. William Caldwell tors also volunteer at the clinic, expanding and Douglas Stokes, who helped select the its services. new equipment.


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UPSTATE AREA NEWS AND NOTES The Old Cigar Warehouse to host Venue Showcase Upstate brides will get the opportunity to tour The Old Cigar Warehouse, one of the region’s leading wedding venues, while meeting with top-end vendors Tuesday, August 13 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The 7,000 square-foot space, located at 912 S. Main Street in Greenville, will be set up in a mock ceremony and reception for engaged couples and event planners to meet event professionals from The Old Cigar Warehouse’s preferred list.

Bon Secours Releases 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment Bon Secours St. Francis Health System has released the results of its 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment. The assessment includes research conducted across all Greenville County neighborhoods. The assessment found that homelessness, alcohol and drug addiction, violence and mental health, all often related, are among the top 10 community priorities identified. Additionally, while access to other healthcare services has improved some compared to previous research, access to mental health services is still difficult.

Habitat for Humanity and local Muslim, Jewish, Christian communities unite for build Habitat for Humanity, a leading voice for affordable housing initiatives in South Carolina, will launch the second in its Bridge Builder series of joint home construction projects designed to foster greater connection, cooperation and goodwill among different groups in our local community.

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104 LADY BANKS LANE | $685,000

241 RIVERSTONE WAY | $632,000

THORNBLADE: Amazing home. The main level features a large Dining Room, Office, open Great Room/Sun Room, Gourmet Kitchen and Bedroom. Upstairs Master, library and 3 BRs.

Near GSP and Pelham Rd. 2 story home with full basement, inground pool on 8 private acre lot. Master and 2nd BR on Main, 5 car garage! Must see!

THORNBLADE: Classic well maintained home located on a private cul-de-sac. Updated Kitchen, Master on main with newly renovated bath. Covered porch, finished basement and so much more!

MAHAFFEY PLANTATION: Price reduced! Move in ready! Open floor plan, master on Main. Basement with 2 BR, full bath, kitchenette, media room and lots of storage. New roof in 2018.

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HAMMETT CREEK: Motivated seller! Custom built split floor plan, updated kitchen, large family room, screened porch, deck and beautiful backyard. Large master with 2 closets.

WILLOW CREEK: Golf course living in this custom built , oneowner home. Master and second bedroom on main level. Beautiful oversized .83 acre lot.

SUGAR CREEK: Open floor plan with Master on main. large Kitchen, private backyard with deck and screened porch. Huge bonus and finished basement with rec space, office/bedroom.

CHARLESTON WALK: Newly built Charleston style home, Gourmet kitchen, Master on Main with luxurious Master bath, Laundry room and office. Year round lawn maintenance!

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228 MEADOW LAKE TRAIL | $345,000

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CHARLESTON WALK: Never lived in home with open floor plan and 9' ceilings. Dream kitchen with walk in pantry, master on main with luxurious Master Bath. Upstairs loft, with storage.

BRUSHY MEADOWS: This pristine 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home with finished basement is spacious, recently updated and is located in the award winning Riverside School District. Recent updates.

ESTATES AT DILLARD CREEK: Live on the Eastside close to I-85. Home has updated hardwood flooring, great room and open feel main level. Large kitchen, Covered porch and large yard!

RICHGLEN: Close to downtown and GSP! Charming traditional home on large level fenced lot. Large kitchen, spacious master bedroom has trey ceilings, and large walk-in closet.

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has relished watching those families grow and change – oftentimes getting to work with them again as their needs shift. She wants to ensure that she never stretches herself to the point that she loses the hands-on approach that she is known for. “I’m very detail-oriented and fully invested in each client,” she said. “I want people to leave their houseselling or buying experience saying it’s the best experience

Maggie entered into a new chapter of her life, when she

“It is not all about numbers and growth for me, but rather making sure that I can maintain the level of excellence that my clients deserve.”

that they have ever had.” Her work ethic and commitment to excellence often equate to

married Tad Toler. While her name has changed, her commitment to excellence for her clients stays the same. Her desire to help others is evident in her non-work pursuits as well, including serving as a high school student ministry leader at Grace Church for the last 5 years. She has traveled to Africa twice with Young Life to serve on work crew, and is on the Young Life Regional Committee for Kenya.

So when you see the name Maggie Toler around town instead of

impressive stats – she was recently named the No. 2 top-producing agent

Maggie Aiken, be rest assured, it is the same Maggie-level service that you

at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner, REALTORS® for the

are used to seeing in the Greenville marketplace!

third consecutive year, and has been in the top 3 agents for the last 6 years. As Maggie’s business has grown, she has made sure that she is able to keep the same depth of service as when she first started. “I only take on so many clients at a given time so that I am able to care for them fully through the process. It is not all about numbers and growth for me, but rather making sure that I can maintain the level of excellence that my clients deserve,” Maggie said. Maggie has been voted Best REALTOR® in the Upstate for four years

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WILLY WONKA JR.| GREER CHILDREN'S THEATRE | FREE AUGUST 10, 2019 | 2 PM | CITY OF GREER EVENTS CENTER - CANNON CENTRE The Greer Children's Theatre presents "Willy Wonka Jr." based on the book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." Free admission is first come, first served so plan to arrive early for the best seats, CITY COUNCIL MEETING AUGUST 13, 2019 | 6:30 PM | HALL A GREER CITY HALL Greer City Council will hold its regularly-scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Hall A at Greer City Hall. The public is invited to attend. Please direct any questions about the meeting or agenda to Municipal Clerk Tammy Duncan at tduncan@cityofgreer.org or at 864-801-2027. FOOD TRUCK ROLLOUT AUGUST 16, 2019 | 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM | GREER CITY PARK Celebrate the start of the weekend with food trucks, tailgating games, and music in Greer City Park. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from Greer Relief & Resources Agency, Inc. A valid ID is required to purchase alcohol. Outside alcohol and coolers are prohibited.

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As one of South Carolina's fastest growing cities, Greer offers everything from lakes (Lake Robinson and Lake Cunningham) to the only U.S. BMW manufacturing facility. Throw in the Cultral Arts Council and even a Children's Theatre along with multiple recreation facilities and there's no wonder why Greer is such a fast growing and popular home destination. From 1990-2010 Greer's population more than doubled and according to U.S. Census Bureau forecasts that population number could climb to 40,000 residents by 2020. Greer has come a long way from its humble beginnings, James Manning Greer owned a 200 acre farm known as the old Blakely Place and as tradition tells it, Greer traded a few acres to the railroad and then sold the rest of the farm to W.T. Shumante. Shumante began selling lots and a lot in the business district went for around $25-$75 per acre. On March 25, 1876 the town was incorporated as "Town of Greers". The "s" fell off the name sometime in the early 1900's but it would be 100 years from incorporation (1976) until the name was officially changed to the City of Greer. Greer offers a multitude of big city amenities but manages to keep that small town feel.

SOME PARKS & FACILITIES LOCATED IN GREER: GREER CITY PARK • Located in Historic Downtown Greer. • Built in 2008, • 12-acre park • Open year round VICTOR MEMORIAL VETERANS PARK • Bell AH-1 Cobra helicopter and a Mortar Carrier are on display • Benches honoring Veterans

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CENTER FOR THE ARTS FACILITY • Became home to Greer Cultural Arts in 2016 • Renovation is scheduled to complete in September of 2019 CENTURY PARK • Most popular recreation facilities • Baseball/softball complex • Kids Planet playground • Disc Golf Course

As leaders of the Toates Team, we would like to Congratulate our other Top 1 Producers for July. — Tim & Della Toates

RECREATION BOARD MEETING AUGUST 22, 2019 | 6:15 - 7:45 PM | CITY OF GREER EVENTS CENTER - EVENT HALLS CITY COUNCIL MEETING AUGUST 27, 2019 | 6:30 PM | HALL A GREER CITY HALL Greer City Council will hold its regularly-scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Hall A at Greer City Hall. The public is invited to attend. Please direct any questions about the meeting or agenda to Municipal Clerk Tammy Duncan at tduncan@cityofgreer.org or at 864-801-2027. SPOTLIGHT ON THE ARTS GALA SEPTEMBER 20, 2019 | 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM | CENTER FOR THE ARTS The Spotlight on the Arts Gala will feature a showcase of artists and entertainers from a variety of art areas. Because the Greer Center for the Arts features spaces for both visual and performing arts, the entertainment will include music, art, dance, theatre, and more! The Gala will include performances by internationally renowned pianist Emile Pandolfi and Greer native singer/songwriter turned musical force Noah Guthrie. The evening will be hosted by WSPA's host and producer, Jamarcus Gaston. Tickets are $75 each, which includes entertainment and food pairings with wine and beer. RAILFEST SEPTEMBER 28, 2019 | 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM | GREER CITY PARK Greer's 4th Annual Railfest at Greer City Park all about trains and rail safety! This 4 hour event is free to the public, offering rail safety presentations from Operation Lifesaver, trackless train, model trains, and more. Our local rail police and museums will be available with interactive displays and everyone can enjoy videos about locomotive history and rail safety inside of City Hall. Children and adults can enter to receive prizes such as scenic train rides, model trains, and more! Food and drink will be available for purchase.

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6 BR/ 5BA. One of the finest homes in Kilgore Plantation! Custom built by Galloway Builders as Mr. Galloway’s personal home, one of the best cul-desac lots in this neighborhood. This two owner home has been immaculately maintained and offers 3 levels of living space on a large, private lot. MLS 1388468

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There is a sea change imminent for kitchens of the near future. Can you guess what it is? It is none other than the rise of the contemporary kitchen. Many of you may ask, “What is a contemporary kitchen?” Many of you may associate “contemporary” with cold, stark, sterile, and uninviting, perhaps even wild – something only suited for the lofts of Manhattan or Los Angeles, and not our warm, sunny South Carolina. I’m here to tell you nothing can be further from the truth! The future of contemporary kitchens looks functional, warm, inviting, and maybe most important of all – unique to the individual to whom it will serve. The color palettes and finish combinations are endless. Imagine classic wood species, pops of bright, joyful colors, or tranquil muted tones tastefully curated to bring classic enjoyment to real

kitchen functionality. Kitchen sales data from national manufacturers show that out of the three main style categories of kitchen – traditional, transitional, and contemporary – that traditional kitchens are – Joel R. Linn, no more, and now tranPrincipal Designer sitional and contemporary kitchens are trending on equal footing nationally. We have already been planning and selling them to our Upstate clients, so the future is now.

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54 SMYTHE AVENUE DUNEAN MILLS $229,000 MLS#1397463 Della Scott 864.363.5722

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ARLINGTON WEST: A historic brownstone inspired 10 unit townhome community. AGENT: Stina Thoennes, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, C. Dan Joyner, Realtors® 864.304.9475 | sthoennes@cdanjoyner.com SPECS: 3| 3.5 | MLS 1373105

HIGHGROVE ESTATES: Amazing 5500+ sf home, main floor guest suite, spacious kitchen, trek screen porch with vaulted cedar ceiling! AGENT: Tracey Cappio, Coldwell Banker Caine 864.567.8887 | tcappio@cbcaine.com SPECS: 5| 4.5 | MLS 1395310

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PARK HILLS: Tons of curb appeal and comes with many new recent updates. Move-in ready and zoned for Augusta Circle Elementary. AGENT: Blair Miller, Wilson Associates 864.430.7708 | blair@wilsonassociates.net SPECS: 3| 3.5 | MLS 1394020

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AUGUSTA ROAD: You can have it all! Amazing value for this impressive custom built home with so many modern conveniences. AGENT: Linda O'Brien, Wilson Associates 864.325.0495 | linda@wilsonassociates.net SPECS: 3| 2.5 | MLS 1391435

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34.850.000 5.000.000 4.685.000 HOLLINGSWORTH 2.100.000 2.000.000 LAKE LANIER 1.025.000 CLAREMONT 850.000 850.000 800.000 780.750 CHAUNESSY 749.900 100 COURT ST CONDO 723.000 HUNTINGTON 717.950 PARK HILL 665.000 THORNBLADE 655.000 THORNBLADE 650.000 BROOKSIDE FOREST 643.000 FOXBROOKE 635.000 625.000 KINGSBRIDGE 608.000 600.000 599.900 HAMMETT CREEK 591.500 ALLEGHENY 574.900 COLUMNS @ ROPER MOUNTAIN 560.000 HIGHLAND TERRACE 550.000 SUGAR CREEK 525.000 ASHETON 508.000 NORTHWOODS 490.000 GOWAN'S FORT 480.000 GLEN MEADOWS 479.000 RIVER WALK 475.000 WEATHERSTONE 467.000 HIGHLAND TERRACE 462.500 FIVE FORKS PLANTATION 450.000 BROOKHAVEN 442.843 SHELLBROOK PLANTATION 435.000 RIDGEWATER 416.900 WASHINGTON ON MAIN 415.000 FIVE FORKS PLANTATION 400.000 COPPER CREEK 385.000

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DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU GOT (TILL IT'S BACK) One of the most iconic images of the hair-metal era of the late 1980s is Cinderella’s Tom Keifer perched behind a grand piano on the beach, belting out the epic ballad “Don’t Know What You Got (Til It’s Gone).” Songs like that one, “Nobody’s Fool,” and “The Last Mile” helped propel Cinderella’s first two albums to tripleplatinum status. And yet, despite the fact that the band indulged in all of the hairspray and outlandish outfits of the other hair-metal bands, there was always something different about its music. Keifer, a man of few words if ever there was one, agrees. “I always thought of it as a rock 'n' roll band,” he says. VINCENT HARRIS Contributor

There’s plenty of evidence to back him up on that front. The follow-up to "Long Cold Winter," 1990’s "Heartbreak Station," was a lot more stripped-down rock than heavy metal pomp, and the hit single “Shelter Me” was a downright Stones-y rocker. It would have been interesting to see how Cinderella navigated the grunge-music era, but after 1994’s ironically titled "Still Standing," Keifer didn’t release any new music for almost 20 years. Keifer’s debut solo album, "The Way Life Goes," broke the silence in 2013. Keifer is now prepping a new album called "Rise" for release and going on tour. That tour will bring him to The Firmament in Greenville this Friday night. And yes, the set-list will be packed with Cinderella favorites.

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With more than 50 Greenville-area restaurants participating in South Carolina Lodging and Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Week from Aug. 8-18, there’s something for everyone who wants a deal on dinner.

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Bonefish Grill Carolina Ale House CityRange Steakhouse Grill Craft 670 at Embassy Suites Dave and Busters Firebirds Woodfire Grill Grill Marks – Haywood Mall Harbor Inn Seafood Hilton Greenville Ruth’s Chris Steak House Saltwater Kitchen Spare Time Entertainment Stella’s Southern Brassiere The Habitap The Melting Pot Tucano’s Brazilian Grill Bacon Bros. Public House Rick Erwin’s Eastside Marriott Hotel Hare and Field Monkey Wrench Smokehouse Restaurant 17 Rocket Surgery The Farehouse Abanico Tapas Bar Basil Thai Cuisine Cantina 76 Carolina Ale House Crepe du jour Encore Grill Marks Hall’s Chophouse Husk Ji-roz Jianna Larkin’s on the River Lazy Goat Liberty Tap Room Limoncello LTO Burger Bar Nose Dive Passerelle Bistro Rick Erwin’s Nantucket Seafood Rick Erwin’s West End Grille Rick’s Deli & Market Roost Restaurant Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse Soby’s Tupelo Honey Café Up on the Roof Arizona Handcrafted Fare & Drink Co Stella’s Southern Bistro Generations Bistro & Bar Southern Culture Kitchen & Bar Fork and Plough

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3 courses for $30.00 per person 3 Courses for $25 per couple 3 Courses for $30 per person 3 Courses For $30 per person Dinner: 3 Courses for $30 per person Dinner: 3 Courses for $35 per person Dinner: Mark's Meal Deal $10.99 3 Courses for $25 per person Stay and Dine @ $147 - 187 3 Courses for $45 per person 3 Courses for $20 per Person 3 Courses $32.99 per Couple 3 courses for $35 per person Dinner: 2 Courses for $16 per person 3 Courses for $37 per person 3 Courses for $20 per person To be announced 3 Courses for $45 per person Stay and Dine @ $189 per room 3 Courses for $30 per person Dinner: 3 Courses for $25 per person 3 for $45 3 courses for $30 per person 4 Courses for $40 per person 2 Tapas and Beverage $25 3 Courses for $25 per person 3 Courses for $15 per person 3 Courses for $25 per couple Dinner: 2 courses for $25 per person 3 for $35 Mark's Meal Deal 3 Courses for $45.00 per person 3 Courses for $40 3 Courses for $35 per person 3 Courses for $35 3 Courses for $40 per person 3 Courses for $30 3 Courses for $25 per person 3 Courses for $35 per person Dinner: 3 Courses for $22 per person Two for $20 3 Courses for $30 3 Courses for $45 per person 3 Courses for $45 per person 3 Courses for $20 per Person 3 Courses for $30 per person 3 Courses for $45 per person 3 Courses for $35 4 Courses for $32 per person Dinner: 3 Courses for $30 per person Dinner: 3 Courses for $35 per person 3 courses for $35 per person 3 Courses for $35 per person 3 courses for $35 per person 3 Courses for $35 per person

Each restaurant will offer a special prix fixe menu with multiple options at a price lower than typical cost. Many of the menus are already available for viewing online To help you strategize your plan of culinary attack over the bi-annual 11-day event, we’ve grouped them into categories based on restaurant location. Happy dining, on the cheap!

WHEN IS RESTAURANT WEEK?

Restaurant Week is an eleven day event held from Thursday, August 8 - Sunday, August 11 (and yes, we know that's more than a week – but doesn't Restaurant Week sound a lot better than Restaurant Eleven Days?)

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L'INCANTO | 117 EAST POINSETT STREET | GREER

L’Incanto, which means “enchanting” in Italian, opened in early December 2018 with the same co-owners (Chef Carlos Echeverri and Manager Kristi Echeverri) as the former Da Vinci’s Ristorante in Greenville.

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Antipasti RAVIOLI.. .................................... $16

GAMBARETTO............................. $23

STUFFED ARTICHOKES................... $14

SNAPPER ROSMARINO.. ................ $26

Entrees & Pasta BOLOGNESE.. .............................. $20

Dessert MARSALA ZABAGLIONI.................. $10

Artichoke bottoms stuffed with Maryland crab meat in dill, dijon and champagne cream sauce

Pappardelle pasta, pork and veal shank ragu with bone marrow in a san marzano sauce, with marscapone cheese and orange zest

Pancetta wrapped Ecuadorian prawns, butter braised leeks,green peppercorns, porcini mushroom, sherry and shallot sauce, melted fontina

Red snapper fillet over parsnip and marscapone mousse in rosemary garlic white wine sauce

Amaretti crumbles and fresh blueberries

GRAND MARNIER CREME BRULÉE..... $10 With seasonal berries

THE COCKTAIL TALE:

Crown Royal rye, house infused with vanilla bean, fresh pears and figs, Campari, sweet vermouth, garnished with an orange crown

FUN FACT:

GINGER BULLEIT .. .........................$10 Bulleit rye, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, orange bitters, ginger liqueur and club soda

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80'S NIGHT FOREVER YOUNG

n story by VINCENT HARRIS

WHAT WE'RE SEEING:

NEON ARCADIA AND RETRO VERTIGO

Nëon Ärcädiä’s repertoire includes sizzling versions of songs by Motley Crue, Mr. Mister, After the Fire, John Waite, and many other ‘80s heavyweights.

SATURDAY, AUG. 10 | 8PM THE SPINNING JENNY $12 ADVANCE | $16 DOOR SPINNINGJENNYGREER.COM

Retro Vertigo has been one of the most popular variety bands in the Upstate for quite a while now, and they can handle the strictly-nostalgia stuff (“The Safety Dance,” “Whip It,” “Turning Japanese”) just as easily as they take on U2, INXS, Prince, or The Clash.

WHY WE'RE RECOMMENDING:

Part of what Dinner & A Show is about is making date night easy for you so you can have some fun. And that’s what this week’s show is all about. It’s a turn-off-yourbrain, enjoy yourself kind of night that you can simply relax, enjoy, and dance the night away.

THE EXPERIENCE - BEYOND THE MUSIC:

What we’ve got here is a night of throwback glory, and in this case, we’re throwing back to the fabulous ‘80s.

WHAT TO EXPECT - WHAT TO WEAR: 1980'S PROM EXPERIENCE

A Must Have: Kristi's Award Winning Cocktails CROWN OF DAVINCI . .....................$13

Make it a date night, all you have to do is snag tickets and make that reservation.

THE ENTERTAINMENT:

n story by ARIEL TURNER

Soft organic egg yolk raviolo, spinach, ricotta, parmigiano, nutmeg, fresh black truffle peelings with brown truffle butter

A weekly feature pairing a notable local show with the perfect pre-show dinner at a local restaurant – we’ll even suggest what to order.

complete with dancing, music, trivia and costume contests Break out that last can of Aqua Net or throw on that piano tie and join us for the complete 80's throwback experience.

NEED TO KNOW: GENERAL ADMISSION VENUE: Mostly standing room only. Limited seating available PARKING: Parking lots located on both sides of the building THE SHOW: Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Tickets: $12 advance, $16 door


Come Take a New Look at Art

Mimi Kato: Ordinary Sagas On view through September 8, 2019

Kato merges the rich visual traditions of Japanese culture and the absurd everyday elements of contemporary life in narratively complex and darkly humorous landscapes. Supported by Susan Thorpe and John Baynes.

Wow Pop Bliss: Jimmy Kuehnle’s Inflatable Art On view through September 8, 2019

Kuehnle fills four galleries with touchable inflatables that combine sound, light, and space to create unexpected experiences for visitors as they move under and through these works. Supported by the Contemporaries of the

Columbia Museum of Art.

Van Gogh and His Inspirations October 4, 2019 – January 12, 2020

1515 Main Street in Columbia, SC | columbiamuseum.org Robert Henri, American, 1865–1929. Mary Ann MacNamara (detail), 1925. Oil on canvas. Museum purchase, with funds provided by Joyce Martin Hill in honor of her mother, Mrs. Harold T Martin (Eloise Wright) CMA 2015.8 Top: Mimi Kato. Wild Corporation: One Step Ahead (detail), 2018. Archival pigment print. Courtesy of the Artist. 43” x 59”. Middle: Artist Jimmy Kuehnle installing his work at the CMA. Bottom: Vincent van Gogh, 1853-1890. Self-Portrait, 1887. Oil on canvas 15 15/16 x 13 3/8 in. (40.3 x 34 cm). Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT, Gift of Philip L. Goodwin in memory of his mother, Josephine S. Goodwin, 1954.189. Photograph courtesy of Allen Phillips/Wadsworth Atheneum.

Van Gogh and His Inspirations, presented by The Blanchard Family, is an original exhibition that brings the work of one of the most beloved artists in the world to Columbia, South Carolina, alongside some of the artists who inspired him.


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HENRY'S SMOKEHOUSE

12 LAST MEALS IN GREENVILLE

Intro to “real” BBQ

PART 7 OF A 12-PART SERIES DOCUMENTING A FOOD LOVER’S FAREWELL TO OUR CITY BY MEGAN BAXTER

What to Order: TWO-WAY OR THREE-WAY PLATE....... $11.95 – $12.95 Choice of two or three meats (pork, boneless skinless chicken breast, and/or rack of ribs) with two sides, pickles and a slice of Texas toast.

REGULAR BBQ SANDWICH PLATE.................. $7.25   Before I moved to Greenville, I’d never enjoyed biscuits or barbeque. Sure, I’d tried them, but I couldn’t understand what all the fuss was about. But I’ll leave South Carolina with a soft spot for smoky pulled pork with a vinegar-based sauce and flaky, buttery biscuits. And for character, smoke, sauce, and taste I don’t think you can beat Henry’s Smokehouse.

DELIVERING TO THE MASSES

On any given afternoon, Henry’s parking lot is sure to be filled with highway crew trucks, sports cars, minivans, and motorcycles. Inside, or spilling out onto their shaded picnic tables, I’ve seen priests, men in Italian suits, grandparents, farmers and construction workers bite into plates brimming with BBQ and stacked with sides. Smoke drifts over the parking lot and you can smell the place before you arrive.

MEGAN’S LAST MEAL:

Pulled Pork & 2 (fries and coleslaw)

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A 4 oz. chopped pork sandwich served on a bun with a choice of sauce, with or without coleslaw on the sandwich. Served with two sides and a pickle.

HASH AND RICE PLATE.................................$7.75 FINDING HENRY'S:

Henry’s has three permanent locations: Woodruff Road, Wade Hampton Boulevard, and North Main Street in Simpsonville. They also have a food truck, Henry's Hog Hauler, with locations announced on their facebook page. sides displayed on the countertop which rotate but always contain staples like fries, mac, and cheese, green beans and coleslaw. During our last visit, I ordered my pulled pork sandwich with a side of fries and coleslaw. We also got a few ham bones to go for the dogs back at home. What I learned about barbeque is that is unifying food. I finished my sandwich and began to miss a city where barbeque brought people together, even though we had a few more weeks in Greenville.

HOW DOES HENRY'S MAKE THEIR BBQ SO TENDER?

Henry’s cooks its pork butts for 12 hours and its ribs for more than eight hours. The meat is cooked on a low-temp on hickory logs in the BBQ pit. After cooking, Henry’s chefs hand-pull the pork from the bone selecting only the juiciest portions.

A 6 oz. serving of Low Country Hash served over a bed of seasoned rice. Served with two sides, pickles and a slice of Texas Toast.

MUST-HAVE SIDES............................ $1.10 - $4.75 Brunswick Stew.......... $4.79 Sweet Potato Casserole... $1.75 Slaw............................ $1.75 Mac & Cheese............. $1.75  Beans.......................... $1.75 Hash and Rice............. $4.75

When it comes to divisive food topics, the true name of the smoky deliciousness that is fall-apart slow cooked pork is one of the most pressing arguments of all.

Is that plate of slow cooked pork called barbecue or barbeque?

Just drive around the South and you'll find multiple variations of the name, and multiple opinions on which variation is actually correct. Well, we did a little research, what we found is that while the two spellings are both considered correct it does seem that barbecue is just a little more correct. Barbecue originates from a term Taino Indians used in reference to wooden cooking structures they used to roast meats. Spanish explorers later incorporated the word barbacoa into their vocabulary when they brought the cooking method back to Spain. As for barbeque... it is thought the "q" comes from a later french translation, and this spelling is widely accepted as a correct variation. Our opinion? Just go for "BBQ" avoiding the controversy completely.


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FEAST

...the Greenville community is uniquely supportive of local businesses. - Daniel Knowlton, Greenville Restaurateur

HIP BURGER

Bringing local Shake Shack-style concept to Greenville

F r i + S at N ig h t s

Lobster night

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The Shake Shack burger – smashed, griddled patty and melted American cheese – has become an imitable menu item for many restaurants hoping to replicate the fast-casual chain’s craveable signature sandwich. The nearest Shake Shack to Greenville is in a Charlotte suburb, and the New York-based group doesn’t yet move into Greenvillesized markets. Currently the closest knock-off burger is at Husk Greenville. Chef Sean Brock, whose recent episode on the popular Netfilx series Chef’s Table has garnered critical acclaim, successfully modeled the famous Husk burger for his former restaurant after Shake Shack’s. It’s a solid option, but soon there will be another.

A NEW CONCEPT

A Greenville restaurateur has taken up the mantle with his new concept Hip Burger, set to launch as a food truck this month and in Mauldin in a brick-and-mortar location in early 2020. The main feature will be a Shake-Shack-style smash burger with house made sauce, LTO, and American cheese on a high quality potato roll. Daniel Knowlton, a 20-year Greenville County resident, has spent many years beyond that in restaurant operations, mostly on the corporate side with Zaxby’s. Hip Burger is his original concept built from scratch for the Greenville market. His menu is simple – cheeseburger, fried chicken sandwich, hand cut and breaded chicken nuggets, fries, three basic milkshake flavors, and Jones Soda for fountain drinks. “I want to be really good at a few things,” he says. The focus for him is on a high quality product for a good price, which will land somewhere between the cost of Cook Out and Five Guys, he says.

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From South Georgia, Knowlton relocated to Greenville with Zaxby’s and has been watching the market growth. “I love what’s happening in Greenville,” he says. “This is the market that has the best opportunity.” He says the market isn’t saturated yet, and the Greenville community is uniquely supportive of local businesses. He also notes that food trucks are having a bit of a hey-day in the Upstate, which is why he first chose to launch a mobile Hip Burger. While in the process of finalizing those plans, he found the building at 791 E. Butler Road but the truck was already happening. Knowlton decided to keep both models moving forward and will use the truck as the test kitchen. He’s also hoping eventually to open multiple Hip Burger units around the area. The 2,600-square-foot space will seat about 60 guests and offer counter service and a drive-thru. The food truck will continue operating once the Mauldin location opens this winter. After three decades in franchising, Knowlton says consistency of guest experience in the restaurant is of key importance. He hopes to achieve that through a fun, relaxed atmosphere and continuous leadership development of his staff. “It’s all about having a good time,” he says.

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UPCOMING

Fall for Greenville reveals music lineup for October n story by CAMIELL FOULGER | photo WILL CROOKS

With 9 convenient Upstate locations | No referral required In the greater Greenville area, call 864-233-5128

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Bank of America’s Fall for Greenville remains the largest outdoor festival in the Upstate, complete with seven stages for outdoor music and the participation of over 40 restaurants. This year, the festival will take place from October 11-13 and Pepsi will be presenting the event.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13: CPI Security Stage.. ........Starts

Carolina Chevy Stage.. .....Starts

Carolina Chevy Stage.. .....Starts

Reckless Kelly.......... 8:30 p.m. James Radford Band........7 p.m.

The Note Ropers..... 1:30 p.m. Futurebirds ............. 3:30 p.m. Moon Taxi ............... 5:30 p.m.

Carolina Chevy Stage.. .....Starts

Excons......................11:30 a.m. Dear Blanca....................1 p.m. Becca Mancari...............4 p.m. Wild Adriatic............ 5:30 p.m. White Denim.................7 p.m.

Apricot Blush............. 5:30 p.m.

Live at Aloft Stage..........Starts

Human Resources.........7 p.m.

Kyshona..........................1 p.m. Laura Thurston....... 2:30 p.m. Whitehall .......................4 p.m. Admiral Stage.......... 5:30 p.m. She Returns from War ....7 p.m.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11:

San Fermin.....................9 p.m.

Live at Aloft Stage..........Starts Blue Cactus.............. 6:30 p.m. Sam Burchfield............. 8 p.m.

HOME CARE SERVICES

Mark Webb Jr. ..................9:30 p.m.

• Companionship

Andrew Scotchie

Furman Jazz and Blues Stage

• Light Housekeeping and Laundry

Shannon Hoover (Tribute to

• Grocery Shopping

Jaco Pastorius)............. 7 p.m.

• Exercise

• End of Life Care • Extra Support of a Loved One Living in a Care Facility • 24 Hours/7 Days a Week Care

Furman Jazz and Blues Stage

Mark Webb Jr........... 9:30 p.m.

• Meal Preparation

• Transportation

Cravin’ Melon......... 9:30 p.m.

The Bad Popes.............6:30 p.m.

• Medication Monitoring by Licensed Nurse

• Errands

and the River Rats.........8 p.m.

Brandy Lindsey..............5 p.m.

• Transfer (help getting into and out of bed, chair, or tub)

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Kami Ocean & the Rhythm.............. 7:30 p.m. 246 Army Band............. 9 p.m.

CPI Security Stage.. ........Starts Velvet Devils..................5 p.m. Spry Old Men........... 6:30 p.m. Phat Lip..........................8 p.m. Los Colognes........... 9:30 p.m.

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QuikTrip Stage................Starts Groove Matter............12 p.m. Buckshot the Band.. 1:30 p.m. Trapfire Brothers’ Almost Petty..................3 p.m. Keon Masters........... 4:30 p.m. April B. & The Cool..... 6 p.m. Hustle Souls............ 7:30 p.m.

QuikTrip Stage................Starts

• Personal Care (help with bathing, dressing, grooming)

WHEN: October 11-13, 2019 WHERE: Main Street Downtown Greenville COST: Free Admission, $5 for a sheet of 10 Taste Tickets QUICK FACT: Ranked by Country Living as one of the 29 Best Fall Festivals across the U.S.

Matt Olson............ 12:30 p.m. Rhythm City Band.........2 p.m. Marvin King Revue. 3:30 p.m. Jazzsmith ................. 5:00 p.m. Polyrhythmics .............. 7 p.m.

CPI Security Stage.. ........Starts Southern Point Band ... 12 p.m. Love and Rescue ... 1:30 p.m. Concealed Damage Band ... 3 p.m. Reshana Marie......... 4:30 p.m. Darby Wilxoc and the Peep Show ............. 6 p.m. Lilly Hiatt ................ 7:30 p.m.

Live at Aloft Stage..........Starts Conspiracy Band..... 1:30 p.m. Ben Sparaco and The New Effect..............3 p.m. Babe Club................. 4:30 p.m. Pierce Edens..................6 p.m.

QuikTrip Stage................Starts Amongst the Trees........1 p.m. Dr. Bacon.................. 2:30 p.m. Hans Wenzel & the 86ers ........................4 p.m. Flow Tribe................ 5:30 p.m.

Furman Jazz and Blues Stage Off the Wall .......... 12:30 p.m. The Silver Travis Band....................2 p.m. Soul Intent............... 3:30 p.m. Terrence Young.............5 p.m.

CPI Security Stage Contra Blues Band . 12:30 p.m. The Work ...................... 3 p.m. Mac Arnold & Plate Full O’ Blues .......... 5:30 p.m.

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L I T E R AT U R E

Local author’s new book tells adventures of a real-life diabetes alert dog “Tabouli: The Story of a Heart-Driven Diabetes Alert Dog”

n story by MELODY CUENCA | photos WILL CROOKS & PROVIDED

MATT PELICANO, AUTHOR Local author Matt Pelicano’s new book shares the adventures of a real-life diabetes alert dog named Tabouli and his 13-yearold owner, Elizabeth. “Tabouli: The Story of a Heart-Driven Diabetes Alert Dog” will release on Aug. 15. “The main focus of the book is the relationship between Elizabeth and the dog,” Pelicano says. “It shows the benefits of a medical alert dog but also the benefits of the love between the two of them.” Tabouli’s life was not easy before he found Elizabeth. Tied in a trash bag and thrown from a car, then later found by a family who couldn’t afford to keep him, Tabouli only knew abandonment. But when Elizabeth and Tabouli meet, their lives are forever changed. The two grow closer as they face challenges along Tabouli’s journey of becoming a certified service dog. “It’s a way to raise awareness about medical alert dogs, which is what Tabouli is, and to encourage kids who have juvenile diabetes to live life to the fullest,” the author says. Tabouli has taken many flights, visited islands, seen the world, and trained with world-renown dog trainer Debby Kay. With lots of stories to tell about Tabouli,

Pelicano assures a sequel is in the works with hopes to release one book a year in the Tabouli adventure series. Pelicano says he took liberties in fictionalizing Elizabeth and some events to make the book appealing to middle school aged children. The real owner of Tabouli is a 71-yearold lady named Elizabeth Gallagher with type one diabetes. “She had recently lost her husband to Alzheimer’s, and she wanted me to do a book about Tabouli and dedicate it to her husband,” Pelicano says. It was Gallagher’s idea to create a book series for kids to read all about Tabouli’s life. “So I thought it was a great idea,” Pelicano says. “And the name Tabouli is just a cool name.” While the book focuses on facts, Pelicano wanted the book to remain fun to read. “I didn’t want to make it too fanciful. I wanted it to be realistic,” he says. “But I would say there’s as much humor in the book as there is anything else.” “Tabouli: The Story of a Heart-Driven Diabetes Alert Dog” is available for preorder at mattpelicano.com, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

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OPENING RECEPTION: "STATES OF CHANGE"

A TRIBUTE TO NEIL DIAMOND STEVE KELLY & CHERRY CHERRY BAND

METROPOLITAN ARTS COUNCIL AUGUST 9 | 6:30 PM

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GREENVILLE THEATRE AUGUST 9-11 | 8:00 PM

KIDS MAKER DAYS ARTISTIC OPPORTUNITIES

CINDY HAMMOND ARTIST SHOWCASE

TR MAKERS CO AUGUST 9 | 9:00 AM | $45

THE BLOOD CONNECTION AUGUST 9-12 | 7AM - 5PM | FREE

WORKS BY PHILLIP LIVINGSTON I find much inspiration in the organic, unplanned textures and designs that emerge in the urban environment. Surfaces that have been stained or worn away over time by weather and continuous actions of daily life, merging both natural and human-made elements together with multiple time periods, representing the world in constant flux.

Steve Kelly and the Cherry Cherry band are the premier Neil Diamond tribute band, honoring Diamond’s unmistakable and timeless sound. His music remains among the most popular in the world and is sure to entertain crowds of all ages.

A Maker Day consist of a unique project, learning or growing our artistic skills, expanding our creativity, and becoming more familiar with using Makers tools. We strive, even with our youngest Makers, to have each student complete the full process of creation, from conception and sketch to handcrafting and execution of their work. We like to encourage them to try new techniques and push their artwork to new levels!

My interest in Art began at an early age with my mother and grandmother crafting, knitting, sewing, and expressing their creativity in many ways. My interest in 2-D art began in high school and further developed in college as a Studio Arts major concentrating in Drawing and Design. I hope you enjoy viewing my art as much as I enjoy creating it.

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CFS 3RD ANNUAL BACK 2 SCHOOL GIVEAWAY

AUGUST

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CAROLINA FAMILY SERVICES – GREENVILLE OFFICE 10 AM - 12 PM

The new school year is right around the corner. Join us for our 3rd Annual Back to School Giveaway on Saturday Aug. 10 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.. We will provide over 300 FREE book bags filled with notebook paper, notebooks, pencils, erasers, glue, scissors, crayons, and lots of other goodies to families in our area impacted financially. Students must be present with parent or guardian.

WORKS BY PHILLIP LIVINGSTON

METROPOLITAN ARTS COUNCIL | 6:30PM | FREE

“My art explores the relationship of nature, civilization, and the constant state of change. I find much inspiration in the organic, unplanned textures and designs that emerge in the urban environment. Surfaces that have been stained or worn away over time by weather and continuous actions of daily life, merging both natural and human-made elements together with multiple time periods, representing the world in constant flux.

PRINCIPLES OF PATTERN WITH RICK MULKEY HUGHES MAIN LIBRARY | 10:00AM | $25-$30

As poets we always struggle with two forces—chaos and control. Our responsibility is to balance those forces, to bring pleasure to a reader through the recognition of patterns and structures, and to heighten that pleasure by introducing unexpected alterations to those patterns. By investigating techniques such as anaphora and lineation in the works of various poets we will consider patterns and structures as both a means and meaning in poetry. We will complete a writing exercises meant to help us think of form as a way to expand our vision rather than limit that vision.

GREENVILLE CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS | THROUGH SEPTEMBER 25

his annual showcase of the Greenville Center for Creative Arts’s Brandon Fellows will feature digital illustration by Brittany Kelly, collage and sculpture by Angel Jenkins, and multimedia painting by Elliot Lovegrove, supported in part by the Metropolitan Arts Council.

ROCKABILLY HEAVEN CENTRE STAGE | 8PM

Rockabilly Heaven travels through the ages from the beginnings of Rockabilly up to its influence in modern music. Highlighting over 30 Rockabilly tunes, hits include “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” “Blue Suede Shoes,” “Hard Headed Woman,” “Jackson,” “Rave On,” and so many more.

AUGUST TRAIN MADNESS

MINIATURE WORLD OF TRAINS | 5:00 PM

(Clemson University, Greenville, SC)

Teach undergrad & grad courses in nursing. Req’d: PhD in Nursing w/research in secondary data analysis and in pediatric cancer patients; 1-yr exp as faculty/clinical instructor/lecturer in pediatric nursing; eligible for RN licensure in South Carolina. Min travel: 2-3 days/mth to Clemson, SC.

Model Trains Station is a family-friendly destination located at the Taylors Mill in Taylors, S.C. You can enjoy 6 train displays running in N scale, HO scale, O scale, and G scale. We have two seasonal Scavenger Hunts on the Lionel O scale display, and on the G scale display. These are favorites of all ages. There is a large children’s area with Thomas the Train tables for Little Engineers, a basketball arcade game, a Cornhole game, and much more

18TH ANNUAL REALLY GOOD, REALLY BIG, REALLY CHEAP BOOK SALE MCALISTER SQUARE | 4:00 PM

Greenville Literacy Association (GLA) is pleased to announce that ticket sales are now open for the annual Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Book Sale Preview Party. The Preview Party is a chance for GLA supporters and bibliophiles to mingle while enjoying exclusive early access to the huge selection of books the sale has to offer. Hosted by GLA at McAlister Square, and featuring hors d’oeuvres by Larkin’s and entertainment by students from the Fine Arts Center.

BOY IN SPARTANBURG

WEST MAIN ARTISTS CO-OPERATIVE | 8:00 PM

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M. JUDSON BOOKSELLERS | 10:30-11:00AM | FREE

Join us for our weekly children's Story Time! Each week on Saturday mornings at 10:30 am, we'll set up shop in the Kid's Nook to read stories of adventure, mayhem, and joy. As always, a story time treat will be provided by The Chocolate Moose.

YOCO BREW TRAIL

ROCK HILL, SC | 12:00PM | FREE

Guests can experience York County through craft brews that make up the fabric of our communities. Just download the Visit York County app to get your passport right at your fingertips. If you check-in at five breweries, you’ll even get an exclusive t-shirt at the Visitors Center in Downtown Rock Hill.

AUGUST

BRANDON FELLOWS EXHIBITION

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR NURSING

M. JUDSON BOOKSELLERS ‘STORY TIME’

BOY, inspired by a true story, is about a wellintentioned doctor in the 1960s who convinces the parents of a male infant to raise their son as a girl after a botched circumcision. Two decades later, the repercussions of that choice continue to unfold. among the tricky terrain of finding love and the confusion of sexual identity.

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‘SAY WHAT SUNDAYS’ POETRY SHOWS, OPEN MIC COFFEE UNDERGROUND 7:30PM |$7-$10

Celebrate National Poetry Month! Witness the talented local and regional poets at featured events and high-octane tournaments. Bring your poems for our welcoming open mic!

CLASSICS AND CARDS WITH MISS DEBI M. JUDSON BOOKSELLERS | 9:00AM | $100

Who’s ready for their first book club? We’re hosting new chapter book readers for a lively group chat about the classics we all know and love. Sessions will also include a creative journaling, a snack, and some time playing old-fashioned card games to break the ice. Parents are welcome to drop off and pick up at the end of the session. Package includes three books, 3 specialty decks of cards, craft supplies and a snack.

PLAY DATES WITH MISS DEBI

M. JUDSON BOOKSELLERS | 9:00AM | $100

Who's ready for Miss Debi? Miss Debi's having play dates at the bookstore with her 4- and 5-year-old friends from 9 to 9:45 am one Monday each month. Each play date includes a new book, a snack, a craft, and a lot of fun.

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MAULDIN FARMERS MARKET

MAULDIN CULTURAL CENTER | 5:00PM | FREE

The 2019 Mauldin Farmers Market, sponsored by Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, will run Tuesdays, June 4 to Aug. 27, 5-8 p.m. at the Mauldin Outdoor Amphitheater. The Mauldin Farmers Market features a variety of vendors from around the Upstate selling locally sourced and produced items including produce, dairy, eggs, honey, gifts, clothing, accessories, treats, pastries, and more! Most vendors accept cash and /or credit cards.

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HOKUM KAREM 2-PERSON RELAY MILLIKEN | 4:30PM

What is a Hokum Karem? A Two-Person relay race where teammates alternate running a 3k loop. Each teammate will complete the loop once. Order of running is Runner A – Runner B. We will have a male division, female division, and a co-ed division. To exchange, runners will simply slap hands or exchange a baton unique to their team. Most creative baton wins an award!

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THE SALVATION ARMY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB SUPERHERO 5K & FUN RUN THE SALVATION ARMY KROC CENTER | 8:00AM

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club invites you to the 5th annual Superhero 5K & Fun Run. The Superhero 5K raises critical funds for the Boys & Girls Club and their year-round programs. Register today, and whether you walk, run or fly, you'll help build great futures for local young people.

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THINGS TO SEE & DO

| ARTS & CULTURE

PUZZLES

H I D D E N S TA I R S

ACROSS

1 Hindu monks 7 Gorilla or gibbon 10 Baby doll call 14 Ignominy 19 Wound antiseptic 20 Nothing 21 Chilled 22 Tabloid VIP 23 Long poems in which animals speak and act like humans 25 Figure skater’s jump 26 Drizzles, e.g. 27 Beethoven specialty 28 Much-shared GIF, maybe 29 Murmur continuously 30 Bodega, e.g. 33 Detecting of sweetness, flavor, etc. 36 Spiny-crested lizard 39 Place atop 40 Not busy 41 Installments of TV series that were not preserved 44 Biology and ecology, e.g. 48 It may be loose-leaf 49 Clan carvings 51 “— found it!” 52 Pub. houses hire them 53 One of the Judds 57 Cannes’ Palme — 58 Actress Lena 59 Iris’ place in the eye 62 Hindu social classes as they relate to government affairs 66 Cherishes 69 Taverns 70 Lord’s home 71 1 Peter and 1 Timothy, in the Bible 73 Armory stuff

SUDOKU

74 Sister of Luke, in sci-fi 75 Seville cheer 76 Masterful 78 Fan noise 81 In time past 82 Dry gully 85 Road part for cyclists 89 “Huzzah!” 91 Crusty, cheesy brand in the frozen food aisle 95 Salinger’s “love and squalor” girl 96 Philosopher with a logical “razor” 97 Surrendered 98 It may result in landfills 104 Get a look at 105 ET and such 106 Dried out 107 Sea demigod 110 Future pupa 111 Pre-’91 world power 112 Enter ... or what each of seven long answers in this puzzle has 116 Prepare to pray, say 117 Go higher 118 Old Olds 119 Conductor of impulses 120 Composer Camille Saint- — 121 Direct 122 Age-verifying docs. 123 Trees that tremble

DOWN

1 Sis, say 2 Adversity 3 Org. for a periodontist 4 Say wrongly 5 Gung-ho on 6 In view

7 Ekberg of Hollywood 8 Blue Period artist Pablo 9 Overhead rails 10 Highway distance marker 11 Keen insight 12 Rhythm 13 Lumber tool 14 High ethical standards 15 Encourage 16 Court excuse 17 — Park (Edison’s lab site) 18 Jed Clampett player Buddy 24 Singer Benatar 28 Parcel (out) 29 Make obscure 30 Pooh creator 31 Put up — fight 32 Undergoes oxidation 34 TV’s Turner 35 Orator of old Rome 37 Neighbor of Colo. 38 GI address 42 Scottish isle 43 Pop music of Jamaica 44 Quits 45 Eyelashes, anatomically 46 Give the boot 47 Awareness 50 Danish port 54 Irish playwright Sean 55 Ale grain 56 Capri, e.g., to a Capriote 58 Filmmaker Preminger 59 Stellar bear 60 Dog healer 61 Ending for journal 63 Three- — sloth 64 NASA moon lander 65 Ending for journal

66 Insurer with a duck mascot 67 San — Bay 68 Stellar hunter 69 Grain storers 72 Redcap, e.g. 73 On the job 77 “POV” airer 78 Fogs 79 Open, as some jackets 80 John Irving’s “A Prayer for Owen —” 82 Armories 83 Freeway exit inclines 84 Came to pass 86 Tavern cask 87 Green gp. 88 Adds pep to 90 Take revenge 92 “Behold!,” to Brutus 93 Brutus’ lang. 94 Sent forth 96 Ukraine city 98 Goes on foot 99 “George & —” (1990s talk show) 100 “Yes, —!” (“For sure!”) 101 Actor Davis in many Spike Lee films 102 Creme-filled cookies 103 Puppy bite 108 Funny Fey 109 Wallet singles 111 Internet ID 112 — Lankan 113 Fury 114 Comedian Rickles 115 USNA grad.

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LEGAL NOTICES |

GREENVILLE COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA

THE DESIGNATED LEGAL PUBLICATION FOR GREENVILLE COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA SOLICITATIONS NOTICE Greenville County, 301 University Ridge, Suite 100, Greenville, SC 29601, will accept responses for the following: • Demolition of Structures IFB #18-08/27/19, due at 3:00 P.M., EDT, August 27, 2019. Pre-Bid meeting, 10:00 A.M., EDT., August 15, 2019 at Greenville County Procurement Services, 301 University Ridge, Suite 100, Greenville, SC 29601. Solicitations can be found at https://www. greenvillecounty.org/ Procurement/ or by calling 864-467-7200.

NOTICE OF SELF STORAGE SALE Please take notice Prime Storage Simpsonville located at 2711 Woodruff Rd., Simpsonville, SC 29681 intends to hold a Auction of storage unit in default of payment. The sale will occur as an Online Auction via www.storagetreasures. com on 8/19/2019 at 12:00 PM. This sale is pursuant to the assertion of lien for rental at the self-storage facility. Unless listed otherwise below, the contents consist of household goods and furnishings. Brandon Vickery unit #C004. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply.

NOTICE OF SELF STORAGE SALE Please take notice Prime Storage - Greenville located at 1260 E Butler Rd., Greenville, SC 29607 intends to hold a Auction of storage units in default of payment. The sale will occur as an Online Auction via www.storagetreasures.com on 8/19/2019 at 12:00 PM. This sale is pursuant to the assertion of lien for rental at the selfstorage facility. Unless listed otherwise below, the contents consist of household goods and furnishings. Teresa Henderson unit #A75; Racquelle Webb unit #A80; Stacey Clogston unit #B21; Trevin Dinkins unit #B99; Jonathon Powell unit #C81; Kendrasia N Boykin unit #D76; Shawn Russell unit #D78; Stephani Wells unit #D80. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply.

NOTICE OF SELF STORAGE SALE Please take notice Prime Storage - Greenville - East North Street located at 4329 East North St., Greenville, SC 29615 intends to hold a Auction of storage units in default of payment. The sale will occur as an Online Auction via www.storagetreasures. com on 8/19/2019 at 12:00 PM. This sale is pursuant to the assertion of lien for rental at the self-storage facility. Unless listed otherwise below, the contents consist of household goods and furnishings. Christy Crumley unit #A178; Judy D. Penland unit #B266; Summer B. Cunningham unit #B275; June J. Nicholas unit #B338; Kendall Christian unit #B345. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply.

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SOLICITATIONS NOTICE Greenville County, 301 University Ridge, Suite 100, Greenville, SC 29601, will accept responses for the following: • Construction Quality Assurance Services For Construction Of Twin Chimneys Landfill Cell 2 RFP #1909/11/19 due at 3:00 PM, EDT, September 11, 2019. Pre-Bid meeting, 10:00 AM, EDT., August 20, 2019 at Greenville County Twin Chimneys Landfill, 11075 Augusta Road, Honea Path, SC 29654. • Unit 4 Cell 2 Construction Twin Chimneys Landfill RFP #2009/11/19 due at 3:30 PM, EDT, September 11, 2019. Pre-Bid meeting, 10:00 AM, EDT., August 20, 2019 at Greenville County Twin Chimneys Landfill, 11075 Augusta Road, Honea Path, SC 29654. Solicitations can be found at https://www. greenvillecounty.org/ Procurement/ or by calling 864-467-7200.

SUMMONS NOTICE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA IN THE FAMILY COURT COUNTY OF GREENVILLE 2018-DR-23-3904 Andrea Hopkins, Plaintiff vs. Lynn Harrell, Christopher Harrell, and David Hillpot, Defendants. ) TO THE DEFENDANT DAVID HILLPOT: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint herein, a copy of which is herewith served upon you (and which has been filed in the Office of the Clerk of Court) and to serve a copy of your answer to said Complaint upon the subscriber at the address shown below, within thirty (30) days after the date of such service, exclusive of the day of service. If you fail to answer the Complaint within that time, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Kimberly G. Montanari, Esquire 306 NE Main Street Simpsonville, SC 29681

SUMMONS NOTICE SUMMONS DOCKET NO.: 2018CP-23-03324 IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS FOR THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF GREENVILLE, BRIANNA MCRAE VS. CHRISTINA HARRIS AND DANIEL HARRIS, INDIVIDUALLY, DEFENDANT(S). YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Complaint in this action filed on June 14, 2018 at 2:37 p.m., a copy of which is hereby served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint on the subscriber at 622 Wade Hampton Blvd., Greenville, South Carolina 29609, within thirty (30) days, exclusive of the date of such service. If you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Attorney William A. Jordan, III, 622 Wade Hampton Boulevard, Greenville, SC 29609. william@jordanlawcenter.com

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF GREENVILLE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS C.A. NO. 2018-CP-23-03863 Larry M. Batson, Plaintiff, vs. Jack E. Duncan, Jr., Wayne Clark a/k/a) Donald Wayne Clark, Melody Yvonne Riley, John Coker, Mark Coker, William Coker, Theron Heaton, Bo Heaton, Stacy Heaton, Wendy Roberts, John Doe, representing a class of persons known and unknown who may claim an interest in the property, and Richard Roe, representing any persons who are minors or incompetents or under any legal disability, Defendants. AMENDED SUMMONS AND NOTICE TO THE DEFENDANT(S) ABOVE-NAMED: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the Amended Complaint in the above-entitled action, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer thereto on the subscribers at their offices at Temple and Mann Attorneys, 819 East North Street, Greenville, SC 29601, within thirty (30) days from the date of service hereof upon you, exclusive of the date of such service. If you fail to answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for judgment by default to be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the attached Complaint. TEMPLE AND MANN BY: s/Philip J. Temple Philip J. Temple SC Bar No. 5504 819 East North Street Greenville, SC

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Greater Greenville Sanitation Commission NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING A hearing to enlarge the boundaries of the Greater Greenville Sanitation District to include certain properties located at 6002 OLD BUNCOMBE RD and to provide public notice thereof. PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that on AUGYUST 27, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. in the Conference room of the Greater Greenville Sanitation District Administration Building located at 1600 West Washington Street, Greenville, South Carolina 29601, a public hearing will be held for the consideration of enlarging the boundaries of the Greater Greenville Sanitation District to include certain properties located at 6002 OLD BUNCOMBE RD and to provide public notice thereof. Anyone wishing to be places on the Agenda for Public Comment is asked to call Greater Greenville Sanitation Commission at 864-232-6721 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Thursday. Public comments will be limited based on the number of persons addressing the Commission. Public comment can also be posted on the website. www.GGSC.gov

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SUMMONS AND NOTICE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA/ COUNTY OF GREENVILLE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS/CA NO.: 2019-CP-23-03674 NON-JURY MECHANIC’S LIEN FORECLOSURE R4 Holdings, LLC, PLAINTIFF v. NJKJ, LLC, Pandora Yvette Rector, Avery Lewis Rector, Courtney Rector Dendy, Darryl G. Rector, Jr., Darren E. Rector, and Derrick Allen Rector, and any children and heirs at law, distributees and devisees of Eddie B. Rector a/k/a Eddie Jean Rector a/k/a Jean Bowie Rector, deceased, or Darryl G. Rector, Sr. a/k/a Darryl Gene Rector, Sr., deceased, and if any of them be deceased then any person entitled to claim under or through them; also all other persons unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, interest in or lien upon the real estate described in the Complaint herein; any unknown adults being a class designated as John Doe; and any unknown minors or persons under disability or in the military service being a class designated as Richard Roe, and Watson Finance Co., Inc. d/b/a Watson Finance, DEFENDANTS. TO:DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend by answering the Complaint in this action, a copy of which is hereby served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer on the subscribers at their offices, 900 East North Street, (P.O. Box 10828, 29603) Greenville, South Carolina 29601, within thirty (30) days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to do so judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE that should you fail to Answer the foregoing

Summons, Plaintiff will move for an Order of Reference of this cause to the Master-In-Equity for Greenville County, which Order, shall pursuant to Rule 53(e), South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedures, specifically provide that the said MasterIn-Equity is authorized and empowered to enter a final judgment in this case. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the original Complaint in the above action was filed in the Office of the Clerk of Court for Greenville County on 06/26/19. NOTICE OF ORDER APPOINTING GUARDIAN AD LITEM NISI: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Motion for an order appointing Angela E. Frazier, Esquire, as Guardian ad Litem Nisi, for all persons whomsoever herein collectively designated as Richard Roe or John Doe, defendants herein, names and addresses unknown, including any thereof who may be minors, imprisoned persons, incompetent persons, in the military service or under other legal disability, whether residents or non-residents of South Carolina, has been filed in the Office of the Clerk of Court for Greenville County. YOU WILL FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that unless said minors or persons under other legal disability, if any, or someone in their behalf or in behalf of any of them, shall within thirty (30) days after service of notice of this order upon them by publication, exclusive of the day of such service, procure to be appointed for them, or either of them, a Guardian ad Litem to represent them for the purposes of this action, the appointment of said Guardian ad Litem Nisi shall be made absolute. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: S. Brook Fowler, Carter, Smith, Merriam, Rogers & Traxler, P.A., PO Box 10828, Greenville, SC 29603 PH: 864-242-3566

NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that ACE’s Bar and Grill, 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 3326 New Easley Hwy., Greenville, SC 29611. To object to the issuance of this permit/license, written protest must be postmarked no later than August 18, 2019. 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 Apple Ten Hospitality Management, 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 120 Milestone Way, Greenville, SC 29615. To object to the issuance of this permit/ license, written protest must be postmarked no later than August 25, 2019. 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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THE 2019

READER’S

LENS PHOTO CONT EST

The Greenville Journal invites you to share your best photos of what the Upstate has to offer. Each month one lucky winner will win a $250 gift card to be used at any Rick Erwin’s Dining Group restaurant. Three honorable mention photos will also receive a $25 gift card to an Upstate business. Winning entries will be published in the Greenville Journal.

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RIDE to GIVE Laurens Electric Cooperative’s Charity Event benefiting our community

Saturday, August 17, 2019 $2500 in Cash Prize Drawings

Participants receive one prize drawing ticket at each stop along the Motorcycle Run route (for a total of 5 tickets).

Registration 8 A.M. First Bike out 9 A.M. Last Bike out 10 A.M.

Dual Starting Locations: Laurens Electric Cooperative, 2254 Hwy. 14, Laurens, SC or Harley-Davidson of Greenville, 30 Chrome Drive, Greenville, SC Ride Will End At: Harley-Davidson of Greenville

Registration fee $20 (Each additional rider $10) T-shirt available for $10 This year’s event supports our community by benefiting Pay It Forward, Community Impact Initiative and Cooperative Caring

FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE from Quaker Steak & Lube

LIVE BAND ENTERTAINMENT Contact: David Hammond at 864-683-1667

PO Box 700

Laurens, SC 29360

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