The Anderson Arts Center is gearing up for its 46th Annual Juried Show, one of the longest-running juried shows in the state of South Carolina. Submissions will be accepted March 25-27 and exhibit dates are April 16 – May 20.
For more than 20 years, Iva Community Food Pantry has brought together every aspect of civic life from church and local government to private business, individual citizens and a hometown helping of volunteerism.
Russell Yeargin hasn’t always been a photographer. And he hasn’t always been Russell. But entrepreneur Larandas “Russell” Yeargin believes he has found his calling as a business owner in his hometown of Belton.
Known far and wide as the best sausage you’ll ever eat, Mike McCall’s mild, medium and hot selections have a fan base that stretches across the Carolinas and Georgia and reaches as far as Louisiana and Texas.
Three towns. One community. That’s the takeaway from a sit down with the mayors of Williamston, Pelzer and West Pelzer. Pelzer Mayor Will Ragland, West Pelzer Mayor Blake Sanders and Williamston Mayor Rockey Burgess believe that collaboration is the key to revitalizing the former textile towns in northeastern Anderson County.
Belton Area Museum offers a diverse collection ranging from local history to an adventure in natural history featuring animals, gemstones and fossils from around the world. It also houses the SC Tennis Hall of Fame and admission is free.
If you’ve been to a wedding, a funeral, bridal or baby shower, church function or some sort of social gathering in Anderson, chances are you’ve sampled Diane Leary’s famous pimento cheese. Leary hopes Anderson’s new kitchen incubator will help her market it to the public.
United Way of Anderson County officially turns 75 in August 2021, but volunteers, staff and supporters feel that the milestone is important enough to celebrate for an entire year.