Dr. Michael Mikota took the helm of Spartanburg Community College during a global pandemic, but the new president is laser focused on moving SCC forward to meet the needs of the college and the communities it serves.
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The Boiling Springs community in Spartanburg County continues to support one of its youngest members, Lettie June Burgess, who is battling a rare form of cancer.
More than $701,000 has been raised from the Spartanburg Area Chamber’s effort to Bring Back The ‘Burg’, with local business officials this week announcing a new way to donate by texting BURG to 345345.
If you’re considering a move to the Upstate or within the Upstate, livability is something to consider. Check the livability score of several Upstate cities, calculated by AreaVibes.
The Boiling Springs community is coming together for 3-year-old Lettie June Burgess who was recently diagnosed with T-Cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.
Student emergency funds are especially important now as colleges navigate issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. That’s why the SCC Foundation is participating in #GivingTuesdayNow, today’s global day of unity held in response to the needs caused by COVID-19
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