The Sprouts from Buncombe Street United Methodist Church won the spirit award and placed third for group fundraising at United Ministries Walk for the Homeless. Tammy Smith/Staff

This week’s photos include:

  • Halloween at the Meyer Center
  • The Challenge to Conquer Cancer cycling team
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • J.L. Mann homecoming
  • Fountain Inn Repertory Experience’s “Annie Get your Gun”
  • TD Bank announces major multi-year financial commitment to the Peace Center
  • The Runway Cafe at Greenville Downtown Airport honors veterans
  • Walk for the Homeless
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