Go ahead and jump straight in to the news we gathered last week!
Sylvan Learning Center recently named Karen Weinberg as their teacher of the month. Read more about how Karen has been involved with Sylvan here.
Speaking of Sylvan, the Upstate learning center recently teamed up with Urban League to provide free SAT boot camps throughout the month of October. Read more on this in GVL Today under #PlanAhead.
There were a couple detours this weekend around the Gateway Project. Check them here!
Rebuild Upstate hired Abby Watsonas their new community engagement specialist.
Rebuild Upstate received $7,500 from the Countybank Foundation. You can read up on the Countybank Foundation and Rebuild here.
RealOp has expanded their market to Atlanta after acquiring The Corners Office Park, a four-building office portfolio totaling in 290,924 square feet.
A little friendly competition never hurt anybody! Joe’s Place bookstore hosted a Latte Throwdown last night between several upstate baristas. If you were looking for things to do this weekend and spotted the Throwdown in Greenville360 or in the Greenville Journal, we hope you made it out there!
If you want a better visual of what the Latte Art Throwdown looked like, check out this segment on WSPA!
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate will be hosting their 2019 Annual Fundraiser, A Low Country Evening. As one of the sponsors, we’re suggest you check out more on this event!
Kopis and the local chapter of American Cancer Society have come together for the first Real Men Wear Pink TopGolf Tournament to help raise funds for cancer research. More information on the event can be found here, but you can grab your tickets here!
Picture this: you’re lying in a hammock, leavings falling all around while you drink a pumpkin spice latte and dive into a great new book. Joining a book club through Joe’s Place Bookstore can make this dreamy scene a reality! Go take a look at what they have to offer this fall.