Articles in Lifestyles
Helping Hands of Clemson founder and former director Jean Tulli, named Service to Mankind recipient by the Clemson Sertoma Club during the summer, has since gone on to win district and state honors and is up for the national award to be announced in March.
For years, Clara Wilks has led efforts to raise awareness and money for research in the fight against breast cancer that she hopes one day will lead to a cure.
Sandy Sandifer recently traveled to Wilmington, N.C., in hopes of providing relief to a city that has been devastated by Hurricane Florence, and he is going back again to offer help through a Christian organization called Samaritan’s Purse, which works to help those in need around the world.
Whether you’re a new resident or a longtime citizen of Oconee County, the Home, Health and Life Expo can help you with information about health care, home remodeling, financial advice and much more.
For 16 years Mike Levasseur worked as a mechanic until one day he decided “it wasn’t fun anymore.”
With Westminster’s Music on Main series ending this evening, a bit of luck happened for a Saturday show from a second band.
“Celebrate Oconee” will be held from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, at Chattooga Belle Farm in Long Creek.