If you’re reading this blog sometime around noon, that means you have at least 2 good hours of sunlight left. Use them wisely, but first, check out these stories we pulled together!
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville took home two major honors at the annual SC Best in Business Awards this week. See the awards.
We saw clients all throughout the latest Greenville Business Magazine. Check out the feature on Wagner Wealth Management on page 16 and 62, BASF on page 20 and Lima One on page 20.
The BASF Environmental Catalyst and Metal Solutions site in Seneca sponsored Clemson University’s 30th Annual Military Appreciation Day on Veterans Day. Full story at the Greenville News.
Greenville Housing Fund celebrated significant achievements in tackling Greenville’s affordable housing challenges at its 2023 Annual Meeting Tuesday. Read more.
The Insurance Source won two awards in Greenville Business Magazine’s 2023 SC Best in Business Awards—second place for Company for Employee Benefit Brokers and third place for Health and Accident Insurance Provider. More info.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County welcomed a new home and new neighborhood to its community of families Wednesday. Jessica Jones became the first homeowner in one of Habitat Greenville’s most intriguing projects; find out more here.
The Greenville Jewish Federation has announced the organization will be taking part in a nationwide anti-Semitism campaign. See more.
Dr. Spence Taylor, M.D, the CEO OF Integral Leaders in Health, has been honored as a Health Care Hero, recognizing his decades of work in changing the medical care environment in South Carolina. Find out what this honor means.
This Sunday, December 10th, join the Greenville Jewish community as they celebrate Chanukah on Main St. Enjoy hot latkes & donuts, activities and crafts for the kids and the lighting of the giant menorah. For more information, click here.