November 18, 2021 Vol. 11, Issue 23
An Update from The Greenville Children's Theatre

Written By: Margaret Butler, Greenville Children's Theatre

Take a stroll in downtown Greenville and you will see a vibrant array of new restaurants, businesses, and bustling construction sites. It’s clear that Greenville is growing and South Carolina Children’s Theatre is at the forefront of this growth. Led by the efforts of longtime Executive Director, Debbie Bell and Artistic Director, Matt Giles, SCCT’s focus on providing high-quality, multi-generational, and inclusive theatre makes it a company to watch.

SCCT has been impacting the lives of children since 1987. But most recently, the Theatre’s new multi-purpose venue, located at 153 Augusta Street, is making a huge mark on our community. With full-scale productions, professional theatre education and outreach, and thriving programs for schools, SCCT should be on your radar if it isn’t already.

South Carolina Children’s Theatre has an extensive selection of upcoming offerings, appropriate for all ages and interests. Now is the perfect time to get involved at SCCT.

How Circles Greenville County is Impacting the Upstate

Written By: Circles Greenville County

Circles Greenville County empowers families to exit poverty by providing them with tools, community resources, and relationships that enhance their lives and give them the support needed in order to thrive. Circles Greenville County is a chapter of Circles USA and was brought into the Greenville community through a partnership between SHARE Community Actions and Buncombe Street United Methodist Church in 2015. SHARE is a nonprofit Community Action Agency serving low-income households in Greenville, Anderson, Pickens and Oconee Counties for more than 50 years.

Many believe poverty is just a lack of wealth, but at Circles, we know poverty is also isolation — a lack of meaningful relationships and support. Circles is based on research which shows low-income families must have strong social capital and human connections across class lines in their communities in order to exit poverty. We offer a community that provides individuals and families the emotional support, accountability, mentorships, and resources needed to help them utilize their strengths and overcome barriers in order to reach their goals.

November 12th - January 17th
Main Street, Greenville

November 18th - December 31st
Greenville-Pickens Motor Speedway

Table Rock Lodge Pendleton Market

DECEMBER 2ND | 3:00 to 4:00 PM

GUEST SPEAKER: John Lummus, CEO of Upstate SC Alliance


A Friendsgiving Night to Remember: A Charity Event to help fight HUNGER
Miracle Hill Ministries

Brew Good- Giving Tuesday Event
Spartanburg Area Non-Profits

Project Host