Eagle’s American Grill: North gets new restaurant | Business

NORTH — A new restaurant, Eagle’s American Grill, opened in the town of North on July 31.

The restaurant is located at 620 Main St.

Owner Paul Westberry said he’s been working in the restaurant business since he was 14.

“I started out serving Texas barbecue, and a Texas barbecue brisket is our signature dish here,” Westberry said.

The restaurant also serves barbecue chicken, hot dog and hamburger plates, and country sides and a complete breakfast menu, he said.

Eagle’s American Grill is open Tuesday-Saturday and closed on Sundays and Mondays.

–Tay Mitchum, T&D Correspodent

Calhoun officials complete training

Twenty-three county officials graduated on Aug. 1 from Levels I and II of the Institute of Government for County Officials at the S.C. Association of Counties’ 50th Annual Conference.

“We are proud of your achievement,” said SCAC President Julie J. Armstrong (Charleston County clerk of court), who recognized graduates at the conference’s general session. “Your commitment to county government is admirable, your perseverance is commendable, and your success is well-deserved.”

Level I graduates include Calhoun County Assistant County Administrator Ted Felder.

Level II graduates include Calhoun County Council member John D. Nelson.

The SCAC holds the Institute of Government for County Officials three times per year. The Institute of Government provides county officials the opportunity to enhance their skills and abilities to function more effectively.

County officials must complete 27 hours of instruction to graduate from Level I, and 18 hours of instruction to graduate from Level II.

Calhoun officials complete training

        Twenty-three county officials graduated on Aug. 1 from Levels I and II of the Institute of Government for County Officials at the S.C. Association of Counties’ 50th Annual Conference.

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