ANDERSON, SC – Chief Magistrate Wynee Eubanks announced today that, effective Monday, August 29th, the Anderson County Magistrate’s Court will offer extended hours. The decision to provide additional service hours is based on information from citizens who had experienced difficulties attending court due to work schedules.
“I hope that this will assist the citizens of Anderson County in some small way,” said Chief Magistrate Wynee Eubanks. “By extending the hours of operation, the Magistrate Court will be available to the public in the evening.”
Extended hours are for the main Magistrate’s Office only, which will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The main office is located at the Ronald Townsend Building located at 2404 N. Main Street, Anderson.
Council Chairman Tommy Dunn said, “Judge Eubanks goes above and beyond to serve the citizens of Anderson County. I applaud her efforts to make the court accessible to all. “
All outlying Magistrates Offices in Pendleton, Belton, Honea Path, Powdersville, Williamston, and Iva will only be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
ANDERSON, SC – Anderson County is proud to welcome residents and visitors to the 24th annual Celebrate Anderson festival on Sunday, September 4, 2022. Celebrate Anderson’s tradition is to open with the Special Forces Parachute Team and TL Hanna Jazz Band to kick off the evening.
Country Artist, Grand Ole Opry Inductee (2008), and United States Army Veteran Craig Morgan will take to the stage as a part of his “God, Family, Country” tour. A patriotic fireworks finale honoring the armed services and local first responders will close the evening.
“Anderson County is appreciative of Michelin, Arthrex, as well as other sponsors and partners for joining the county in giving back to the local community by funding and hosting this free family event,” said Anderson County Administrator Rusty Burns.
Celebrate Anderson opens with the Celebrate-Fun-Zone on the front lawn of the Civic Center from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. for kids of all ages to enjoy rides along with a festival food area for food purchases. “There is no need to look further than Anderson County for something to do this Labor Day Weekend,” said Council Chairman Tommy Dunn.
Celebrate Anderson is a free Labor Day event will take place at the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Center, 3027 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Anderson. Gates open at the William A. Floyd Amphitheater at 5 PM. Concessions are available. Guests may bring blankets and chairs for the concert.
Golden Years Jamboree (GYJ) is the signature event of the Anderson County Senior Citizens Program. GYJ began in 1978 by Jo Brown and her team to celebrate seniors across the county. Jo’s last Golden Years Jamboree was in 1993. In 2016, her daughter, Kelly Jo Barnwell, re-launched the event. The Senior Expo sponsors have given $70,000 back to our hometown. This year’s Senior Expo recipient is The LOT Project.
The Senior Expo will be at the Civic Center of Anderson on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, from 9 until 10 a.m., followed by “the biggest party” to celebrate our seniors!
The GYJ #7 party includes:
- Dr. Mac Arnold & Plate Full of Blues
- Three of the dances from Dancing For Our Heroes
- Door prizes
- The 13th Annual Sunflower Dessert Showcase (if you’re a senior baker, bring your favorite dessert with a sunflower theme for our display), and
- The 26th Annual Jo Brown Senior Citizen of the Year award.
For more information, contact Kelly Jo Barnwell at 864.231.2237 or email@example.com.