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During the commission’s November meeting, five subcommittees were established.
Paul A. Talmadge served as the president of the college from 1988 to 1991.
Two-day event is the second stop on a 20-city tour including Pensacola, Florida, Memphis, Tennessee and Reno, Nevada, and will feature around 45 riders.
Meals on Wheels of Greenville has set a fundraising goal of $37,000.
Ticket holders will be placed together in pod seating based on the amount of tickets purchased together, said Todd Mackin, president of the Swamp Rabbits.
“State parks are some of the most beautiful outdoor settings in South Carolina and are ideal places for family outings,” said Paul McCormack, State Park Service director.
Passes are $20 and must be purchased by Dec. 31.
GTC and the YMCA of Greenville will also create shared programming around food, nutrition and health in partnership with GTC’s Truist Center for Culinary and Hospitality Innovation.
“I’m excited to be here today on behalf of Military Warriors Support Foundation to honor one of our nation’s combat-wounded veterans,” said Sandy Ignaszewski, director of transition and mentoring for the Military Warriors Support Foundation.
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Pop's Cabin Creamery will initially feature hand-dipped ice cream
Tuition will stay at $9,550 per semester
“Now more than ever, many nonprofits need community support,” Duke Energy spokesperson Mikayla Kreuzberger said.
“These remarkable winners reflect all the good that can be accomplished in our communities when we harness the power of our differences,” said Riley Institute Executive Director Don Gordon.