Somehow, we have managed to stay as busy as ever despite the heat this week! Before you enjoy your weekend, check out what we’ve been working on while we’ve tried to stay cool.
Physicians for Act 432 are set on increasing healthcare opportunities—including opportunities for more choices for patients and doctors both— in South Carolina. You can learn more about the organization at Greenville News.
Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty has announced their top producers for the month of June, as well as their 2nd quarter achievements. You can read all about these accomplishments here.
Speaking of Joan Herlong & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty, the company has added three new associates. Check out some background information on the new Associates at Post and Courier.
BASF is expanding their battery recycling initiative by building a battery recycling facility prototype in Germany. Read more about this development here.
Want to learn more about an 80s Miss South Carolina Pageant held in Greenville, an influx of heat exhaustion cases at a Greenville David Lee Roth/Poison concert and more? Check out some local history from our boss in this week’s issue of fete Magazine.
WYFF4 discussed the upcoming Hog and Barrel Festival, held by High Spirits Events. You can find that here.
High Spirits Events has announced their first ever Hog and Barrel Festival. This festival, held from November 4th through 7th, will showcase all things bourbon, barbecue and bacon. You can learn more and purchase tickets at /www.hogandbarrelfestival.com/.
Sylvan Learning Center is partnering with Random House Books for a series of Reading Adventure Author webinars. A free webinar with graphic novelist John Gallagher will be held on July 21 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. To learn more about this event and register, check out the EventBrite.
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate will be holding a Back to School Bash on August 14. During this event, families will have the opportunity to play in the museum, interact with local community partners that promote fun education opportunities, and purchase food and sweets from local vendors. You can learn more and register for this event here.