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Association meetings are held the first Thursday of the month; the location has been changed to New Testament Church on Gentry Street (lower level). Meetings are an opportunity to meet with our Public Safety officer, keep everyone informed about projects, voice your opinions, and socialize.

We publish a monthly newsletter, available via email or from the website. Anyone can sign up for the newsletter on this website (see the Home page). Home delivery is available to members upon request.

Membership: Memberships run for the calendar year beginning January 1. You can always join or renew your membership at a meeting. You can download an application from the Resources page on this website.

Our continuance as an Association depends on whether or not village residents will step up and  participate. We especially need to develop new leadership.

Iniatives: The Park— we now have a beautiful park, thanks to KaBOOM!, sponsor Keurig/Dr. Pepper, and the City of Spartanburg-- "the triangle" property at Beaumont & Southern donated by Gibbs International. Other initiatives underway in partnership with the city include historic signage, traffic calming, and historic guidelines education.

The Oral History project. The Association is currently partnering with a group at USC-Upstate which is applying for a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to develop teacher training for local history (K-12) using Beaumont as a model. In the process they will be working to save memories and documents, artifacts, photos and conversations (oral histories) with the help of Beaumont residents. Contact Dr. Paul Grady at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.

Historic guidelines education— on the recommendation of the recent Clemson study, our focus and that of the city is moving toward education about requirements and better enforcement. We hope to build goodwill, foster better neighborhood relations, and in the process determine how the guidelines might be updated or revised in the future.

The website— The goal of the website is to promote the Village and the Association, provide information and resources, and link us up with social media and email. Made possible by our Way-to-Wellville/Mary Black Foundation grant.