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Upstate Weekend, Feb. 21-23

Staff Report //February 20, 2020//

Upstate Weekend, Feb. 21-23

Staff Report //February 20, 2020//

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Pelham Medical Center Birdies and Bids at Topgolf

Pelham Medical Center  Birdies and Bids Topgolf Tournament will host two charity rounds, heavy hors d’oeuvres, drinks and a silent auction on Feb. 23 from 2-5 p.m. to raise support for Greer Relief, a non-profit targeting hunger and homelessness in the Greer area. 

The auction will feature four clubhouse tickets to the BMW Charity Pro-Am tournament and Georgia Aquarium tickets, and the winning tournament team will be awarded an opportunity to play as a team at Cherokee Valley’s Daystrong Golf for Relief tournament.  A corporate platinum membership will be awarded to the grand prize winner.

Registration for the tournament closed on Feb. 19, but spectator tickets are still available for $50 and buffet tickets for $75. 

“We’re very excited to partner with Pelham Medical Center for the Birdies and Bids tournament at Topgolf,” Caroline Robertson, Greer Relief’s executive director, said in the news release.  “We’re thankful for all our sponsors and participants.  All funds raised from this event go directly to support Greer Relief’s mission of helping our neighbors in need become neighbors who thrive.”

Jewish Film Festival

The Greenville Jewish Film Festival will celebrate Jewish artistry and diversity through a series of award-winning films and interactive visual art displays Feb. 20, and 22-23 at the Greenville One Center.  The festival opens at 6 p.m. on Thursday with the South Carolina premier of Golda’s Balcony, The Film, the winner of 20 audience favorite awards.  Other films include Shoelaces Feb. 22, and a series of shorts on Feb. 23.  Festival passes range from $75-100 and show tickets can be purchased online or at the door from $25-35. 

Featured presenters will include David J. Fishelson, lead producer of Golda’s Balcony, Susan Sachs, co-founder and co-executive director of the Upstate’s Project Hope Foundation and local muralist Adam Schrimmer.