Articles in Lifestyles
Volunteers in Medical Missions has been working to meet the needs of citizens of Third World countries for more than 30 years, with a typical team consisting of four doctors, six nurses and five non-medical team members.
Since 1967, O’Kelley Heating and Air has been helping homeowners in the Golden Corner heat and cool their homes.
A number of fundraising efforts by Leadership Oconee’s class of 2018 resulted in more than $25,000 being raised to benefit Our Daily Rest.
Blue Ridge Arts Center’s latest show, “Garden Party,” has blossomed into one of the larger shows the center has hosted in recent years.
Dr. John Scroggins of Lenoir, N.C., recently approached the South Carolina State Park Service wishing to donate to Devils Fork State Park some native Oconee bells — scientific name shortia galacifolia — that he removed from the Jocassee Valley prior to the formation of the lake. That donation helped develop a special exhibit at the park.
Seneca native Parker Stancil is preparing for an experience few 19-year-olds get — spending the summer in Europe honing his craft on golf courses.
On July 13, 2006, Upstate Institute of Youth Programs was established as local community leaders and supporters responded to residents’ desire to create an entity to support youth and address community needs.
Although their recent move from Oconee to Pickens was just a hop over the county line, homeowners Tony and Misty Schronce are relieved the harried process of moving is over.