River Street Sweets is now open on South Main Street. There’s every kind of sweet that can be imagined.
A Backhoe Rodeo was held in downtown Greenville to test competitor’s ability to precisely control digging machines in a variety of movement and placement tasks. Here, the goal is to drop the pin into each cone in the minimum time. It’s harder than it looks when the pin is swinging at the end of the chain!
Students organized Greenville’s part of the March For Our Lives event on Saturday. Many of them are new voters or soon-to-be voters to add their voices to the decision making processes.
The building facade of 200 North Main Street.
South Main Street at McBee Avenue.
After seeing the devastation and flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, several restaurant and business owners quickly organized a massive benefit brunch – Brunch for a Cause. A section of Main Street was closed to make room for all the tables and guests.
Some of the restaurants closed and volunteered all their employees to help with the brunch operations. Anyone could enter for a donation, and over $32,000 was raised for the Red Cross.
This truck and trailer have the full John Deere paint scheme, while the teddy bear works with the toy tractor. Children got a kick from seeing the ‘John Deere Truck’.
The tree-lined Main street in downtown Greenville.
This balancing act was spotted on Main Street – the book was not dropped despite starting and stopping in traffic.
I’m not sure what the occasion was, but a vehicle from ‘Jurassic Park’ was spotted in Greenville on Main Street. No dinosaurs were following it, fortunately!