Final donations arrive for S.H.I.N.E. effort PICKENS COUNTY — The final donation is in and S.H.I.N.E. will soon be operating more efficiently to feed the area’s hungry using a new refrigerated truck.
Getting the truck and finding a way to better transport donated food items has been the objective of a six-month-long fundraiser shared by S.H.I.N.E. (Stopping Hunger in Nearby Easley), Emmanuel Lutheran Church and Thrivent Financial Foundation.
The foundation, an off-shoot of Thrivent ...
Lonnie Adamson Editor/General ManagerThe Easley Progress
Nominate for small business awards The Greater Easley Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for four business-related awards to be presented at our Small Business Awards Luncheon on May 30.
Chamber members are encouraged to submit nominations in any or all of the award categories. The award and nomination form details are listed below.
Small Business of the Year recognizes the accomplishments of a small business with that special entrepreneurial spirit, unique appro...
R.C. Edwards Middle School students win Glider Challenge Pickens County students took home top honors in the 2013 Glider Challenge on April 25.
The R.C. Edwards Middle School team, “The UFOs,” won first place in the 2013 Glider Challenge,
and the “Chicken Strips” team from the J.T. Simpson Alternative Center came in second place.
“The UFOs” team members were Clary Miles, Robert Weir, Khalil Anderson and John Robert
Ayers. The “Chicken Strips” team members were Chase Simmons and Austin Elrod...
Cannon Auxiliary awards Dr. John Harden Scholarship PICKENS — Ashley Nicole Fuller has been chosen as the 2013 recipient of the Dr. John Harden Scholarship. Ashley has been employed with Cannon for 9 years and is currently the Information Services Applications Manager for Cannon. While working and caring for two daughters, Ashley is also enrolled at Ashford University obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Informatics.
The Cannon Memorial Hospital Auxiliary established the Dr. John Harden S...