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fall-4-gmc-picGreer Middle College Charter High School will host the third annual Fall 4 GMC festival from 11:00am to 3:00pm on September 28, 2013 at Greer City Park located at 301 East Poinsett Street. The festival promises fun for all ages with attractions including music, rock climbing and inflatables. Visitors can also participate in corn-hole and carnival games and a silent auction.

Fall 4 GMC promotes affordable family fun by charging no admission, but offers tickets for sale for food, beverage and other attractions. Local restaurants and businesses will be featured at the festival that expects to attract over 500 attendees to the festival this year, making it a perfect opportunity for the community to come together and support GMC.

Fall 4 GMC benefits Greer Middle College Charter High School, and will provide vital funding to the school and students who attend the public high school on the campus of Greenville Technical College in Greer.  Since its doors opened in 2008, GMC has provided a strong core academic program that is enhanced by extensive higher education opportunities. Students at GMC are able to take dual credit and college classes at Greenville Technical College while in high school, all for free.

Sponsorship opportunities for the festival are available and more information can be found at www.greermiddlecollege.org/fall4gmc. Sponsors can enjoy the benefits of on-site exposure in one of Greer’s nicest outdoor venues, Greer City Park, and “one-on-one” customer service leading up to and during the event.

RELATED DOCUMENTS:

CLICK HERE to download the Fall-4-GMC Sponsorship Levels sheet.

CLICK HERE to download the donation form.

About Greer Middle College Charter High School:

Greer Middle College Charter High School is a Greenville County public high school that graduated its first senior class in 2012. GMC students have the opportunity to earn a high school diploma upon graduation, as well as up to 2 years of transferable college credit or an associate’s degree. Each of GMC’s 391 students are required to volunteer 50 hours of community service per year and have the opportunity to participate in cross-country, volleyball, soccer, basketball, tennis, golf, baseball and track during the school year.