Sarah-Palin-in-GreenvilleSarah Palin, former governor of Alaska and vice presidential candidate in 2008, speaks at the Extraordinary Women Conference at the Bi-Lo Center, Saturday. Palin spoke about how she became a Christian, and about our country's Christian heritage, her family, especially Trig, her son with Down Syndrome, and the Obama administration. The Palin address may be seen at SouthCarolinaConservative.com.

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Sheriff Chuck Wright was a popular guest at RINO Hunt.

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Mrs. Wood’s Government students from Blue Ridge High School attended the February 6th  meeting of Greenville County Council at County Square. District 17 Councilman Joe Dill presented each student a commemorative Greenville County lapel pin.

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Phillip-Shoopman-casualSenator Phil Shoopman, who represents District 5 that includes the northern third of Greenville County and a slice of northern Spartanburg County joining Greenville County, was the speaker at the annual dinner held by Americans for Constitutional Government. Sen. Shoopman talked about reapportionment, Voter ID and state funding problems and solutions.

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The Joyful Harps entertained officers and spouses of the Greenville Chapter, Military Officers Association of America at the Thornblade Club during their Christmas Banquet.

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Dan Woodruff, president of the Col. Robert Anderson Chapter of the South Carolina Society Sons of the American Revolution, presents a $100 Canebrake Scholarship for the classroom with the most students in attendance at the Canebrake celebration Dec. 3 to teacher Pam Barefoot of Mauldin Middle School. From left: Tom Weidner, Dan Woodruff, Pam Barefoot and Robert Krause.

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Students in Ms. Barefoot’s class with SAR Representatives.

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Kathy Davis, at left,  outgoing president of the Greenville County Republican Women's Club passes the gavel to incoming president Debbie Spaugh during the December luncheon at the Poinsett Club in Greenville.

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Gov. Rick Perry made another brief stop in Greenville and addressed supporters at Stax Omega. With recent excellent performances in debates and commitments on important issues, along with the fluid political situation, Perry is experiencing a rebound in the polls. Publisher and former presidential candidate Steve Forbes told CNN Tuesday that Perry has a “chance to move up.”

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