Wren booster club getting dirty for a good cause ANDERSON COUNTY – In an effort to raise money for the athletic department at Wren High School, the booster club is going to have to get a little dirty.
“This is our second annual “Flud” Run,” said Dan Cooper, booster club president, “This is our big fundraiser for the athletic department. We use the funds from this event to help cover expenses for travel and the equipment for all of the athletic teams here at Wren.”
Cooper said that this ...
Soccer club hosts run POWDERSVILLE — Tri-County Soccer Club hosted the 3rd annual Prime Line Communications Fast Track 5K and Fun Run.
Runners from across the upstate came to compete in the 5K, Fun Run or CrossFit Challenge presented by CrossFit Easley…nearly 200 total participants!
Area elementary schools were issued a challenge - the school with the highest representation was to be awarded a soccer equipment package for their P.E. department. The package,wor...
Easley’s Foothills Playhouse presents hilarious British farce PICKENS COUNTY — The laugh-a-minute English farce “See How They Run” is coming to Easley Foothills Playhouse May 31.
The show runs through June 9 with performances Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.
This fast-paced comedy about a young vicar’s American actress wife trying to fit into a small, tightly-knit British town is set in England during World War II. The plot thickens when she loans one of her husband’s clerical s...
HAM operators show off new capabilities PICKENS COUNTY — TriCounty Amateur Radio Group will hold a training event next week to show off some of the new HAM Radio equipment and technologies available.
“There are a lot of young operators out there who talk on Walkie-Talkies and we want to let them know about some of the new things available,” said Ken Sams of the radio operators group.
‘They are talking on radios that will allow them to reach from hear to Greenville with repeater...
Lonnie Adamson Editor/General ManagerThe Pickens Sentinel