For most of us, it was a short work week filled with a blur of red/white/blue foods, drinks, outfits and fireworks. However, that did not stop us from putting together this list of interesting news.
Take a break from tearing up to “Courtesy of the Red White and Blue” by Toby Keith and take a look at what happened last week!
Kopis recently brought on Peter McDowell as a graphic designer, specifically their first UX/UI Designer. To read more about McDowell and what his position encompasses, check out this story.
Rebuild Upstate hit a huge milestone last week as they began repairs on their 100thhome of 2019. The Piedmont area home owned by Lillie Fuller will be receiving extensive repairs including bathroom plumbing and new windows. To get the full list of repairs and for more information on Lillie, check out the story on Living Upstate.
Local Greenville artist Joe Everson earned a significant amount of online attention over the holiday for his live-action performance singing of the National Anthem while painting the raising of the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima. You’re definitely going to want to check this out over at Living Upstate!
Heads up, young professionals! Register now for the first Retrain Your Brain seminar on Friday, July 26thto learn the science behind your stress (and how to deal with it). Click this link to register, and click this link to read more details on what you could get out of this seminar.
Looking for somewhere safe to drop your kids off from 9a.m. to 12? Sylvan Learning Center of Greenville recently announced the dates and themes for their July Summer Camps. If you’re interested in a camp where your kids have fun and learn at the same time, sign ‘em up!
Have you seen the nominations for the 2019 Best of the Upstate Awards? We spotted our friends over at Joe’s Bookstore and The Insurance Source on the list! Voting ends June 27th, don’t miss your chance to support your favorite Upstate businesses!