Auto Parts Building Becomes American Legion PostAug 7th, 2013 | By Jacob | Category: Uncategorized
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Outside the building, one can see the faded NAPA sign, but walking through the building in Greenville, there is little left to remind one that the building once housed car parts. There are some pegboards left on the walls, which once held fan belts and hoses or screws and bolts, but not much else. When one walks through the doors, one can look to his immediate right and see the area where Preston Gainey holds his smoking cessation lessons every Tuesday evening. The area also holds the place where Veterans Service officer Oliver Bradley meets with veterans who need to discuss concerns or benefits with him every Thursday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Right behind this area is the office space, rented by Southern Habitats, owned by Joe and Kathy Reams, which is a reforestation program, which helps replant wetland plants disrupted by any state construction program. On the right is the room, where the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary hosts their
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