Friends of Harmon Field receives $30,000 donation from Greenville couple Bob and Jean McLear


Bob and Jean McLear presented the Friends of Harmon Field with a $30,000 donation on Friday afternoon at Harmon Field in Greenville. The donation was to show the gratitude of the McLear family members including Lowell McLear (educator, 1965-1978), Ron McLear (1968), Bob McLear (1970), Jean Hoover McLear (1970), Patricia McLear (1973), Aaron McLear (1995), Mary Lemon McLear (1996), Jared McLear (1998), Adam McLear (1998), Mollie McLear (2022), Ella McLear (2024) and Emily McLear (2027) for their education at experience at Greenville City Schools. “We just appreciate all that Greenville City Schools has afforded our family and so we do this to honor all of the McLears that have participated in Greenville schools and are currently participating in Greenville schools,” Jean McLear said. The Friends of Harmon Field is an organization that seeks to modernize the athletic facilities for Greenville Senior High School. The group wants to provide a new track and field complex north of Harmon Field, make improvements to Harmon Field including turf upgrades, create a new facility for restrooms and locker rooms and renovate or replace the concrete stands, seating and press box at Harmon Field.

Bob and Jean McLear presented the Friends of Harmon Field with a $30,000 donation on Friday afternoon at Harmon Field in Greenville. The donation was to show the gratitude of the McLear family members including Lowell McLear (educator, 1965-1978), Ron McLear (1968), Bob McLear (1970), Jean Hoover McLear (1970), Patricia McLear (1973), Aaron McLear (1995), Mary Lemon McLear (1996), Jared McLear (1998), Adam McLear (1998), Mollie McLear (2022), Ella McLear (2024) and Emily McLear (2027) for their education at experience at Greenville City Schools. “We just appreciate all that Greenville City Schools has afforded our family and so we do this to honor all of the McLears that have participated in Greenville schools and are currently participating in Greenville schools,” Jean McLear said. The Friends of Harmon Field is an organization that seeks to modernize the athletic facilities for Greenville Senior High School. The group wants to provide a new track and field complex north of Harmon Field, make improvements to Harmon Field including turf upgrades, create a new facility for restrooms and locker rooms and renovate or replace the concrete stands, seating and press box at Harmon Field.


Kyle Shaner|The Daily Advocate

Bob and Jean McLear presented the Friends of Harmon Field with a $30,000 donation on Friday afternoon at Harmon Field in Greenville. The donation was to show the gratitude of the McLear family members including Lowell McLear (educator, 1965-1978), Ron McLear (1968), Bob McLear (1970), Jean Hoover McLear (1970), Patricia McLear (1973), Aaron McLear (1995), Mary Lemon McLear (1996), Jared McLear (1998), Adam McLear (1998), Mollie McLear (2022), Ella McLear (2024) and Emily McLear (2027) for their education at experience at Greenville City Schools. “We just appreciate all that Greenville City Schools has afforded our family and so we do this to honor all of the McLears that have participated in Greenville schools and are currently participating in Greenville schools,” Jean McLear said. The Friends of Harmon Field is an organization that seeks to modernize the athletic facilities for Greenville Senior High School. The group wants to provide a new track and field complex north of Harmon Field, make improvements to Harmon Field including turf upgrades, create a new facility for restrooms and locker rooms and renovate or replace the concrete stands, seating and press box at Harmon Field.

Bob and Jean McLear presented the Friends of Harmon Field with a $30,000 donation on Friday afternoon at Harmon Field in Greenville. The donation was to show the gratitude of the McLear family members including Lowell McLear (educator, 1965-1978), Ron McLear (1968), Bob McLear (1970), Jean Hoover McLear (1970), Patricia McLear (1973), Aaron McLear (1995), Mary Lemon McLear (1996), Jared McLear (1998), Adam McLear (1998), Mollie McLear (2022), Ella McLear (2024) and Emily McLear (2027) for their education at experience at Greenville City Schools. “We just appreciate all that Greenville City Schools has afforded our family and so we do this to honor all of the McLears that have participated in Greenville schools and are currently participating in Greenville schools,” Jean McLear said. The Friends of Harmon Field is an organization that seeks to modernize the athletic facilities for Greenville Senior High School. The group wants to provide a new track and field complex north of Harmon Field, make improvements to Harmon Field including turf upgrades, create a new facility for restrooms and locker rooms and renovate or replace the concrete stands, seating and press box at Harmon Field.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2016/10/web1_Greenville-WEB.jpgBob and Jean McLear presented the Friends of Harmon Field with a $30,000 donation on Friday afternoon at Harmon Field in Greenville. The donation was to show the gratitude of the McLear family members including Lowell McLear (educator, 1965-1978), Ron McLear (1968), Bob McLear (1970), Jean Hoover McLear (1970), Patricia McLear (1973), Aaron McLear (1995), Mary Lemon McLear (1996), Jared McLear (1998), Adam McLear (1998), Mollie McLear (2022), Ella McLear (2024) and Emily McLear (2027) for their education at experience at Greenville City Schools. “We just appreciate all that Greenville City Schools has afforded our family and so we do this to honor all of the McLears that have participated in Greenville schools and are currently participating in Greenville schools,” Jean McLear said. The Friends of Harmon Field is an organization that seeks to modernize the athletic facilities for Greenville Senior High School. The group wants to provide a new track and field complex north of Harmon Field, make improvements to Harmon Field including turf upgrades, create a new facility for restrooms and locker rooms and renovate or replace the concrete stands, seating and press box at Harmon Field. Kyle Shaner|The Daily Advocate