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Hoosier?
16 Aug, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

  Kerby Beliles Americorps VISTA “Who’s her” or “Hoosier”? My name is Kerby Beliles and I have traveled long and far from the distant north eastern lands of Indiana where ...

Congratulations PASOs
11 Jul, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

Wonderful news!  The UFRC’s PASOs SC partner has received recognition for two out of five of its programs from the AMCHP, a “national resource, partner, and advocate for state public ...

Adieu South Carolina
11 Jul, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

Jerrid Burdue Americorps VISTA   As my AmeriCorps VISTA service year comes to a close, I would like to reflect back on some of the accomplishments and highlights. I came to Boiling Springs, ...

Families that Graduate Together, Stay Together
13 Jun, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

52 families graduated from the Upstate Family Resource Center’s (UFRC) Family Solution Program (FSP), an evidence based program available to School District 2 families.  Running throughout the course of the ...

Subway and Summer Camp
13 Jun, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

Jessica McKinney Secretary What invokes thoughts of summer? Water play, kids out of school, playtime outside? Maybe you want to be with your kids this summer, but you work full ...

Spartanburg Housing Summit
13 Jun, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

Carolyn Wilson and Kelley Ezell attended the Spartanburg Housing Summit hosted by the United Way of the Piedmont on May 30th.  It was really eye opening and they gained a ...

62 Year Old Man Earns His GED
12 Jun, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

Randy Medley was the head of valet parking for an outside company working for a hospital system.  One day, when the hospital decided to offer valet parking in-house, his position ...

The Gift of Giving
05 Jun, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

Ashley Kreiner Resource Development Coordinator Some people ask for clothes, some ask for a new pony . . . if you’re Lillian Rhyner, you ask for donations to a nonprofit ...

Five Ways to Thrive
14 May, 2019  /  by Upstate Family Resource Center

(Boiling Springs, S.C.) Mental health and resiliency was discussed in front of over 1,000 children at a Spartanburg County school April 25th, featuring guest speaker Christopher Milo. He later addressed ...

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