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GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FFA TO HOST WORK AUCTION

Thursday, February 23, the Greenville High School FFA is hosting a student work auction to raise funds for their organization and raise awareness about agriculture.  FFA President Daniel Suess said during FFA Week, Greenville High School FFA members will share information about agriculture throughout the community.  The work auction is Thursday, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the high school and everyone is invited to attend and bid on a student. Participants will bid on and potentially buy an FFA student for an 8-hour work day. All bids will be on a per hour basis. Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria and the auction is at 7:30 in the high school gymnasium.  If you have any questions, call the high school at 664-1370.

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM AT GREENVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Thursday, April 12, the Greenville Public Library is hosting a community outreach event.  Mike Westbrooks said the library hosts several events annually and donations received goes toward their summer reading program. The April 12 community outreach program is at the Bradford Room with a power point presentation by Bill Davidson about the early history of Greenville. Westbrooks said he saw excerpts from the presentation and it is interesting. For more information about the Greenville history presentation, call the library at 664-3115.

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FORMER GREENVILLE BUSINESSMAN GETS TWO HOLES-IN-ONE

Many golfers dream of hitting a hole-in-one but few achieve this feat.  Former businessman and golfer Bill Cline recently did just that, twice.  Bill was on the back nine at the Waynesboro Country Club in Waynesboro, Virginia when he hit a hole-in-one on two separate Par 3 holes, each approximately 130-150 yards.  Bill overcame odds of about 67 million to 1 to achieve this rare accomplishment.


RICHARD W. BOCK MUSEUM NEW HOURS

The Richard W. Bock Museum at Greenville College is opening to regular hours.  Museum Director Dr. Sharon Grimes said the Richard W. Bock Sculpture Museum will be open for tours Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 12:30-2:30 p.m.  The museum will also be open Saturdays, from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and the community is encouraged to visit.  Richard Bock was a sculptor at the turn of the last century and he worked with the very famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.  They were family friends as well as work colleagues.  The museum has a lot of Richard Bock sculptures on display and a room filled with works associated with Frank Lloyd Wright.  If you have any questions, call Dr. Grimes at the museum at 664-6521.

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