Is it hot out there or is it just all of the great stuff we have landed for out clients this week? We think it is both.
Could Greenville become THE healthiest county in the nation? That’s the goal over the next 20 years with a newly introduced 80-million-dollar grant program from Greenville Health System. It’s called Healthy Greenville 2036 and you’ve got to check it out. Read full story in GSA Biz, Greenville Online and The State.
GHS recently expanded the McCrary Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit which opened on April 11. Read details about the unit in the Greenville Journal.
Lander University students put on their hard hats last Wednesday and went to work, helping to construct a Habitat for Humanity house in Greenwood for a family in need.
Spartanburg was spotted at vacations2discover.com. Click the link for the top 5 reasons to visit Spartanburg.
Ladies mark your calendars. The Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build will take place on May 6th and 13th for the 10th year in a row and anyone can volunteer to help out.
More GHS news: It’s been almost a year since GHS and ReWa partnered to set up medicine disposal boxes have three GHS hospitals: Greenville Memorial, Greer Memorial, and Oconee Memorial to battle opioid addiction and abuse. Keep using these boxes and see about a new bill being proposed by the state legislature on WYFF4.com.
Guy Furay of The Insurance Source talks about the ACA with Greenville CEO.
Get that budget under control and listen to the latest 864Living Podcast sponsored by All Clear Plumbing.
Attention all South Carolinians: The weather is warm and it’s officially time to wine and dine outside. Check out 13 of the most amazing outdoor patios in the state (featuring Greenville’s own Mary’s at Falls Cottage and The Farmer’s Table in Spartanburg).
Another local food shout out. Nu-Way Restaurant and Lounge in Spartanburg was chosen as the best burger in S.C. according Pure Wow’s 50 Best Burgers in American by State.