Articles in Lifestyles
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.
Six homes in Clemson and Central will be open to visitors Sunday as part of the Clemson Child Development Center’s 2018 Spring Homes Tour.
The South Carolina Botanical Garden is about to kick off two music series, one featuring local craft beer and the other a music-themed food menu.
The March of Dimes was just another charity in the mix of national nonprofits with local fundraisers for Mary Jankowy for most of her life.
With help from musical guests like the Spinners, classic-car enthusiasts and employee volunteers, Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative will host Blue Ridge Fest in May to add to the $2.5 million the company has raised over the past 20 years for Upstate charities.