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Carolyn Farr Smith April 17, 2012 at 10:53 pm
Have good news you would like for Patch to report, send it to carolyn.smith@patch.com or submit itRead More to our announcements at http://easley.patch.com/announcements/new.
tom long April 13, 2012 at 11:16 am
I find it ironic that this type of food being served at this fund raiser for cancer patientsRead More contributes to a person getting cancer.
Shannon Stewart July 2, 2012 at 08:03 pm
When you are accepting donations from vendors, you accept what you can get Mr. Long! CharitableRead More contributions, food products are hard to find, especially in this economy! Just show up, pay your $10.00 on Friday or Saturday and support us CANCER patients. Do it in the name of someone you know that has or had cancer. Your attendance and participation is grately appreciated. Thank you! Cancer Survivior!
Shannon Stewart July 2, 2012 at 08:08 pm
Carolyn- I have posted on my facebook sight. Let's see if I can help get the word out!
J.B. KELLEY March 15, 2012 at 10:07 pm
I was told that Pickens Rail Road is going to sellout the Locomotives and tracks with their right ofRead More way. I think the County Council as well as Pickens & Easley City Council should consider trying to get the money State Farm is offering and use the Hospitality Funds and try to purchase the Rail Road and make a Tourist Attraction for Train rides for families like some other States have done.
Carolyn Farr Smith March 16, 2012 at 01:55 am
Mr. Kelley, That is certainly interesting idea! Perhaps you should present the idea to council.Read More While it may not qualify for this particular project, as this is primarily for nonprofit organizations, it could be an economic development proposal.
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