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The donation will help the college create an Advanced Manufacturing Academy for high school seniors.
The two recipients, each receiving $5,000, are Main Street Laurens USA for their Food Truck Plaza project and the Greenwood Arts Center for their Bee smART project.
Downtown Greenville Welcomes the Holiday Season with the Opening of City’s only Outdoor Rink
It will feature a uniqueness that will express the vibrancy and attitude of the West End while capturing the essence of history.
These donations support the college’s mission of transforming lives and helping the community thrive through education.
The company held tours of the new offices, custom graphics department, stocked parts department, and 30-bay installation shop.
SC ABLE accounts allow individuals with disabilities the opportunity to save and invest money without jeopardizing need-based public benefits programs.
Its membership is pending the approval of the USC Board of Trustees, which meets on Dec. 19.
Flourish received the Better Business Bureau of the Upstate’s 2017 Business of Integrity Award for Community Service in the 1-10 employee category.
The Greenville Chamber presented Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP (DHG) with the 2017 ATHENA Organizational Leadership Award.