Ten at the Top (TATT), in recognition of National Air Quality Awareness Week (April 29 – May 3), is hosting the 2019 convening of the Upstate Air Quality Advisory Committee on Wednesday, May 1. This meeting is open to anyone interested in air quality efforts in the Upstate.
As part of an ongoing series addressing issues facing seniors in the Upstate, Ten at the Top (TATT) will be hosting a workshop focused on food access for seniors on Thursday, April 25, from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. The session, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Park 37 Community Building located at 250 Executive Center Drive in Greenville.
Ten at the Top (TATT) has announced the addition of Sharon Purvis as Director of Outreach and Special Projects. Purvis has been connected with TATT for the past six years as a writer and part-time communications specialist, and this is a significant expansion of her role with the organization.
The Food for Thought tasting event will showcase some of the most notable culinary influencers in the Midlands. Attendees will enjoy an evening of food, beer, and wine pairings to support the statewide mission of the BIASC.
This is our largest event of the year and is open to the public. Last year's event drew more than 400 public and private leaders from across the region— register today to get in on the action!
The Heirloom Companies received one gold award in the Furniture & Accessory Fabrication—Nonforged category, two silver awards in the Interior Railings—Nonferrous and Ferrous (Forged) and Exterior Railings & Fences—Nonforged categories, and one bronze award in the Stairs Complete—Commercial category at the 2019 Ernest Wiemann Top Job Competition of the National Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metals Association (NOMMA).