Dated: 08/08/2012

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It’s that time again when the old pigskin is tossed around the field in Upstate South Carolina. It’s where young boys dream of becoming men and where the men on the field act as if they were boys again. Fall has some of the best family sports activities of the year.

Coach Chad Smith and the Easley Greenwave will be kicking off the High School football season hosting the Easley Football Jamboree on Thursday evening August 9 from 6-10pm. Make sure you come out and support the Greenwave and enjoy some football action!

The Clemson Tigers start the 2012 season playing the Auburn Tigers Saturday September 1 at 7pm on the road at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. This will prove to be a great game for all. If you can’t attend in person and cheer on the Clemson Tigers then you should plan on catching the showdown, sitting in your favorite recliner, on ESPN.

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Shirley Pilgrim

As a life long resident of the upstate I certainly know why people choose to make it their home. I have been in the real estate industry for over 15 years and value the relationships I have created ov....

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