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September 16, 2010.
Patrick Swayze and Jenny Grey in Dirty Dancing
The year was 1987. A new film company, Vestron, was not happy with the rough cut when their film was completed on time and on budget on October 27, 1986. The Vestron executives finally convinced themselves that their film was going to be a flop. In May of 1987 the film was screened for producer Aaaron Russo. His reaction?
Each week we reward one of our readers with $100. This week, we congratulate our “Lucky Reader of the Week”, Jeff Sisk.
The biggest story in the news this past week has been the outrage over the proposed construction of an Islamic center two blocks north of Ground Zero. Entering into the foray is Donald Trump, who, in an effort to calm tensions, has offered to buy out investors of the project as long as they build their structure at least 3 blocks further away.
Mr. Carl Sisk, 69 of Forest City, NC passed away Tuesday, September 7, 2010.
Mr. Wallace Franklin Edwards, 76 of 131 Beaver St., Forest City, NC passed away Saturday, September 4, 2010.
Mrs. Andrea Diane Luckadoo, 67, of Forest City, NC passed away Friday, September 3, 2010.
Mrs. Lucy Hampton, 87 of Green Hill, NC passed away Sunday, September 5, 2010.
Mrs. Thelma Ruth Webb Davis, 89 of Ellenboro, NC passed away Tuesday, September 7, 2010.
Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ
Deadline for Church Happenings: Monday at 10:00AM.
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Mail: 369 Butler Rd., Forest City, NC 28043
The Carolina Renaissance Festival is a medieval amusement park, a 10 stage theater, a twenty-two acre circus, an arts and crafts fair, a jousting tournament and a feast – all rolled into one, non-stop day long adventure.
Local birding expert Simon Thompson, owner of Wild Birds Unlimited Asheville, along with a bevy of area ornithologists will lead walks and workshops throughout the weekend. Birding organizations will also be sharing information about their clubs and work in the birding community. Wild Birds Unlimited will sell all kinds of bird products and feeders found at their store in Asheville.
The Kings Mountain Historical Museum is proud to announce the opening of the annual Honor Our Veterans Exhibit on Sept. 9-Nov. 13. This year we are featuring World War II with uniforms, weapons, equipment, photos and memorabilia. The exhibit also includes other US Military campaigns and World War I.