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47 photo(s) Updated on: 11 Nov 2019
  • A fun time at Top Golf
  • Symphony Executive Director Julianne Fish.
  • Symphony Maestro Edvard Tchivezhel
  • A special extra: dessert in Genevieve's at intermission.
  • Prior to the performance, Club members gathered for at the theater lounge Genevieve's, for conversation and a presentation about the program.
  • Newcomers enjoyed an Evening At the Orchestra in March, for the Greenville Symphony's presentation of "Strauss Squared," one of its Masterworks series.
  • In March, the Explorers group visited the Rose Hill Plantation Site in Union County. The site preserves the early-19th-century home of South Carolina governor, William Henry Gist.
  • The restaurant features local art, an updated "meal and three" format, and—best of all—a great environment for conversation.
  • The Out-to-Lunch bunch headed to downtown Greer in April to check out the new restaurant, "Select".
  • Through the past year, Newcomer volunteers have prepared dinners, baked cookies, made bracelets for fundraisers, and raised thousands of dollars to support TRMH.
  • Cookies made by our volunteers go to families staying at The House while their child receives medical treatment nearby.
  • Philanthropy: Newcomers baking Cookies at The Ronald McDonald House—a sweet way support our 2018-19 charity.
  • Newcomers Bowlers celebrate the conclusion of their season with a lunch gathering downtown.
  • Ready for the show!
  • Thank you to our volunteers!
  • Checking in.
  • The crowd gathers!
  • Greenville Theatre executive director gave a brief introduction to "Leaving Iowa," a heartwarming comedy about family, roadtrips, and the memories that come from time spent together.
  • An evening at the Greenville Theatre raised funds for The Ronald McDonald House, while treating us to a heartwarming comedy. Fundraising Chair Dale Farran and President Patti Turner welcomed members.
  • An extended Q&A session brought discussion of bike paths, trees, taxes, mass transit, and affordable housing. The importance of City-County cooperation was a common thread in the Mayor's comments.
  • Our thanks to Mayor White for great presentation and for staying after to chat and answer questions.
  • The Mayor shared his vision for a 60-acre Unity Park near downtown. They include sports fields, a performance area, playgrounds, and a 120-foot observation tower.
  • Greenville Mayor Knox White joined Newcomers March 13 for a talk that covered green space, efforts to improve traffic flow, downtown development, and the challenges of rapid growth.
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