Greenville Preservation Committee Lays Markers |

The Greenville Historic Preservation Committee, standing in front of the Greenville Elementary School Historic Marker, identified, preserved and installed markers around Greenville to identify significant landmarks. Members of the Greenville Historic Preservation Committee, left to right, are: Matt Uhl, Mark Keeley, Kenny Wells, Amy Wells, with Highland Hills Director Wendy Ivy and members Brittnie Courtney and Andy Lemon. Not pictured is HPC member Kim Hardin. The Greenville Historic Preservation Committee is planning a Craft Fair and Farmer’s Market, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, May 14, at Greenville Park on Buttontown Road and Highway 150 in Greenville. To promote “Shop Local” and the “City of Greenville”, more than 35 vendors will be set up in the park, which offers a walking path, shelter and play areas for children. Proceeds from the “Shop Local” event will be used by the HPC Committee for the benefit of promoting Greenville’s historical significance. Donations of time, vendor coordination, signs, banner, were donated by Dreamy Jeanie Creations LLC. Sweetland Waste Disposal donated trash cans. Hurley Services to Elizabeth donated Porta Potties. The Georgetown Lions Club donated services for the publicity of the event. Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts as well as volunteers will be working on the day of the event to support the needs of the park and vendors. HPC members are sponsoring this event at Greenville Park and hope it will be the first of many.

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