Your 2019 Board of Directors: President: Dave Modeen Vice-President: Rhett Brown Treasurer: Hunter Cutchin Recording Secretary: Amanda Stevenson-Cali Membership Secretary: Phyllis Gilreath Social Com. Sec: Sunnie Harmon Beautification Com. Sec: Hunter Cutchin *NormallyRead more
NMCA business member Comprehensive & Cosmetic Dental Studio is holding another open house on Saturday, March 30, from 11am to 1pm. This time they are working with Greenville County Animal Care (GCAC) to have some adoptable dogs on site. TheyRead more
Please Welcome Your 2019 Board of Directors: President: Dave Modeen Vice-President: Rhett Brown Treasurer: Jim Gilreath Recording Secretary: Amanda Stevenson-Cali Membership Secretary: Vacant Social Com. Sec: Sunnie Harmon Beautification Com.Read more
The proposed Wade Hampton Blvd strategic plan will be reviewed at the next Planning Commission meeting January 17 at 4pm, 10th floor city hall. The public is welcome and encouraged to speak. https://www.greenvillesc.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_01172019-1679?html=true To see a copy of theRead more
Comprehensive and Cosmetic Dental Studio is holding another blood drive this Saturday, January 12, from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm. See information in flyer below. All donors will receive a sweatshirt!
As most of you know, the city recently rejected the proposal for another storage facility on Wade Hampton Blvd. The Lockbox Storage Facility which is currently there is now asking the city zoning board for a variance to rent trucksRead more
Comprehensive and Cosmetic Dental Studio is holding another blood drive January 12, 2019. See information in flyer below. All donors will receive a sweatshirt!
The draft of the Wade Hampton Boulevard Strategic plan is now available for review. If you would like to provide feedback on the draft, please email your comments to 3382@PublicInput.com or call (864) 467-4401. The City’s Planning Commission will hold a public hearing onRead more
Welcome to Our Newest Business Member Angela Reid is a realtor with Coldwell Banker Caine. She moved to Greenville in 2004 after working in the realty business in Colorado. She works with her mother, Karen Mascaro,Read more
Thanks to all those who braved the rain to come out to the NMCA Town Hall Meeting. And also thanks to Council Members Amy Ryberg Doyle and Lilian Brock Flemming, and to Eric Conner and the Greenville News for moderatingRead more