NATIONAL OUTHOUSE FESTIVAL
The American Farm Heritage Museum in Greenville is presenting the National Outhouse Festival this Saturday. The festival starts at 9:00 a.m. and runs untill 3:00 p.m. The Outhouse Festival will feature a chili cook-off, games, races and an outhouse auction. The entry fee for the chili cook-off is $3.00 and each contestant must make at least one gallon of chili which must be cooked on-site. The judging starts at 1:00 p.m. The Fall Family Festival is also at the American Farm Heritage Museum this Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The entry fee is $5.00 for kids and that includes lunch, games, a pumpkin, train rides, a costume contest, a scavenger contest and more. The American Farm Heritage Museum is just south of Greenville and east of Route 127. Watch for signs to point the way.
GHS BLEACHERS AND FENCE SPECTATOR GUIDELINE
Greenville High School has instituted a new "Bleachers and Fence Spectator Guideline" for all home varsity football games. Starting Friday night, all fans attending the game are required to be located in one of three areas, the home bleachers, the fence viewing areas surrounding the field or the end zone standing area. Behind the home bleachers is a no-loitering area to keep the sidewalks clear for fans to move about. Fans are reminded they are not permitted on the grassy areas north and east of the bleachers.
FIRE ALARM AT BURRETT HALL
Greenville Firemen responded to a fire alarm at 8:28 Thursday morning, at Burrett Hall on east College Avenue. Upon arrival, firemen found no fire. According to the report, the alarm was due to a smoke scare. Firemen were on the scene for only about fifteen minutes.