The South Carolina Upstate is home to museums and cultural facilities, as well as natural wonders to inspire the senses.
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Thanksgiving and Christmas have always been special for me. I love the delicious aromas that fill the house in preparation for a holiday dinner. I delight in the smell of wood smoke, the sound of rustling leaves and the special beauty of trees changing into their winter dress. I enjoy the warmth and laughter of celebrating with family and friends. These are blessings I have taken pleasure in every year for most of my life. (read more…)
As the planet experiences great changes, both physical and social, many people feel the call for spiritual community. One option for those who want to focus on the positive aspects of their lives is Unity Spiritual Center of Clemson/Anderson. Those individuals who have seen the periodical, The Daily Word, or heard of the 125-year, 24/7 vigilance of prayer, Silent Unity, have already had their lives touched by Unity. (read more…)
Anderson County PAWS is an open-intake shelter that provided help to approximately 7,400 animals last year. Kim Sanders, their director and veterinarian, says the goal of PAWS is to find loving and wonderful homes for each of the 200 dogs and 75 cats that are presently available for adoption. (read more…)
A Tradition at Palmer Distinctive Dentistry
On Friday, November 3, Palmer Distinctive Dentistry hosted their 3rd Annual Free Dental Day for veterans. Palmer created this annual event in order to give back to the community, knowing that veterans do not receive routine dental treatment through the VA. “Everything couldn’t have turned out more perfect…from the volunteers that helped, the businesses that donated, and the veterans that participated, it was truly a perfect day!” exclaims Celia Bridges, the office manager. (read more…)
It is commonly agreed upon that the first document to unequivocally describe an organized system of diagnosis and treatment—which is recognized as acupuncture—is The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, dating from about 100 BCE. The text is likely to be a compilation of traditions handed down over centuries. (Baldy 1993, Kaplan 1997). (read more…)
Greenville Zoo is located at 150 Cleveland Park Dr., Greenville. For more information, call 864-467-4300, or visit GreenvilleZoo.com.
Ice on Main is located at 206 S. Main St., Greenville. For more information, call 864-467-4355, or visit GreenvilleSC.gov/344/Ice-on-Main.