P.F. Flyers Repositions to Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) and Earns Upstate of South Carolina’s Only Cirrus Service Center!
- By Lara Kaufmann
“P.F. Flyers has been servicing aircraft in the Upstate since 1999. We thrilled to have them based at GMU”, stated Airport Director Joe Frasher. P.F. Flyers is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 145 Repair Station certified to work on aircraft instruments and radios as well as many other things. “Many aircraft used out of and in to GMU, and other airports in our region, still need to have avionics installed. P.F. Flyers can help aircraft owners meet the compliance date,” Frasher added.
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Journalist and Author Alex Newman Speaks in Columbia Event: "Rescuing Our Children"
- By April Few
Columbia, SC – There is a reason the Deep State globalists sound so confident about the success of their agenda - they have a secret weapon: More than 85% of American children are being indoctrinated by radicalized government schools. In this explosive talk, Alex Newman exposes the insanity that has taken over the public school system. From the sexualization of children and the re-shaping of values to deliberate dumbing down, Newman shows how dangerous this threat is -- not just to our children -- but to the future of faith, family, and freedom. More importantly, he shares what you and every American can do about it.
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Plus-Plus Joins Wings for All® at Greenville-Spartanburg Airport (GSP) to Support Children Living with Autism
- By Austin McClelland
Educational toy company, Plus-Plus will be joining the Wings for All® event taking place at the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport in support of children living with autism. The creators of Plus-Plus have found that their free-building products are a favorite of families living with autism and wanted to give back to the community in a meaningful way by partnering with this incredible event.
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Greenville Literacy Association Announces 18th Annual Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Book Sale
- By Eleanor Vaughn - GLA
Greenville Literacy Association (GLA) has scheduled its 18th annual Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Book Sale for the weekend of August 9-11, 2019 at McAlister Square on South Pleasantburg Drive. The weekend consists of our ticketed Preview Party on Friday, August 9 from 5:30 - 8pm (ticket sales will be announced in June via our website and social media). Saturday’s sale (free and open to the public) is from 8:30am - 4pm. Early bird shoppers can pay $10 to enter at 7:30am.
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I Honor and Remember My Mother
- By Anne Schlafly Cori
“She won at life” said a writer last week in talking about my mother, Phyllis Schlafly. What a great line! On this Mother’s Day, nearly three years after her passing, several commentators have recently written that Phyllis Schlafly was so unusual that she was an outlier and the New York Times even dared to ask, “Where is the Phyllis Schlafly of our time”?
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NBPLC: Mother's Day Message from Black Mothers to Abortion Lobby -- Heal; Don't Kill Our Families
- By Christian Newswire
"...A cry is heard in Ramah- deep anguish and bitter weeping. Rachel weeps for her children, refusing to be comforted- for her children are gone." Jeremiah 31:15
WASHINGTON -- Black prolife women are calling for local and national leaders to meet with them for discussions and solutions regarding the impact of abortion in the Black community.
"We are resounding the alarm that abortion kills babies and harms mothers by exposing them to abortion health related risks," said Evangelist Alveda King, Civil Rights for The Unborn at Priests for Life.
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Food Demand Is Rising While Agricultural Production Faces Significant Constraints
- By USDA
NIIGATA, JAPAN - The Ministers of Agriculture from Argentina, Brazil, Canada and the United States highlighted that food demand is rising while agricultural production faces significant constraints, such as limited access to arable land and fresh water. In this regard, they agreed that agricultural innovation, such as biotechnology, including precision biotechnology, will continue to play a substantial role in addressing such challenges and can improve farmers’ productivity in a safe and sustainable manner.
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