In General News
Tomorrow night, don’t forget to wind the clocks back an hour as we “fall back” for the end of Daylight Savings Time. At 2:00 am Sunday morning, most of the US will return to Standard Time. The practice was first proposed by Benjamin Franklin, but it was not fully regulated by the US until 1966.
The Greenville City Council recently voted to provide 25,000 dollars in funding to the Bicentennial Committee for use with next year’s celebrations. The first event planned is a “Bicentennial Blast-Off” on December 31st. Commemorative merchandise is still being sold at the Third Street Market as well.
On Campus News
The Greenville College Bookstore is participating in a campaign called “Hoodies for the Homeless.” Everyone is encouraged to donate a lightly used hoodie to the cause. A donation nets a store credit of 25 percent off a fancy new hoodie, just in time for the cooler weather we have in store for us. The promotion runs through November 5th at the Bookstore, and will benefit a local charitable organization.
Children and their parents are invited to trick-or-treat at Greenville College tonight. Participating residence halls will be open for trick-or-treating on Friday, October 31 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m, and will be decorated in different themes ranging from Frozen to Dr Seuss.
From the Panther Sports Desk
The Greenville Panther football team will be traveling to Fulton, Missouri to take on the Westminster Blue Jays tomorrow. It would be great to have some Greenville fans in the stands, but if a 2 hour drive is too much we’ll have all the action for you right here on your home for Panther Sports, 89.5 WGRN.