Posted By Janis Bishop on July 25, 2014
Posted By Janis Bishop on July 7, 2014
Another great Independence Day parade, picnic and Bluegrass at the school house. Thanks to one and all for your support of the Graniteville Volunteer Fire Departement – the raffle was a success and all the t-shirts sold out. Fun was had by all and we also especially thank the Shepherd Canyon Band for playing once again. The school house was rocking late into the night. Please send any pics you might have to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks everyone – see you next year!!
Posted By Janis Bishop on June 18, 2014
Come on out and join us for a fun-filled day – the Independence Day parade, picnic and Bluegrass music by the Shepherd Canyon Band (http://www.shepherdcanyonband.com). Everyone is welcome to be in the parade so start planning now! or just come out and watch and then enjoy a free lunch and Bluegrass music at the Schoolhouse.
Time: Parade starts at 11:30, lunch at 12:30 at the Schoolhouse
Theme: Memories (do you remember the gold country as a kid, or just some good times in the mountains?)
What to Expect: Free lunch (donations appreciated) and free music.
Prizes: Purchase raffle tickets and t-shirts to support the Graniteville Volunteer Fire Co.
Posted By Janis Bishop on April 25, 2014
Graniteville had a very mild Winter. This latest Spring storm brought a dusting as shown in this photo taken this morning. Should be warm and sunny by this weekend! There is a troublesome bear in town, helping himself (herself?) to food so be on the lookout!
Posted By Janis Bishop on April 13, 2014
Posted By Janis Bishop on March 29, 2014
We lost two beloved dogs of Graniteville this Winter – Rosie and Cisco have crossed the Rainbow Bridge. We will miss them!
Posted By Janis Bishop on February 2, 2014
Thanks to Barry Kyle from Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia for sending a treasure trove of stories and pictures about his Grandmother Annie McLean Kyle who lived in Graniteville. The McLean’s ran the Golden State Hotel - pictured below. It burned down in 1949. Stay tuned for more!