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October 7, 2010.
Small Business Center's Ted Hamrick, "Mr. Fix It", is the passionate Director who loves to "make it happen".
The Director of the Small Business Center at Isothermal Community College, Ted Hamrick, seems to say it best! "Sometimes I think we are the last car on the train of hope!"
Each week we reward one of our readers with $100. This week, we congratulate our “Lucky Reader of the Week”, Hilda Roskam.
One of the best bands to ever play at the Rutherfordton’s Hilltop Festival was this band - “The Ramblin’ Gypsies”! The crowd loved them. They proved to be multi-talented and very entertaining.
There’s just something about those turkey legs! A man size bite at the Hilltop Festival from Jacob Bouffard is just what the festive occasion called for.
Arleen, the face painter, does a scary Halloween face painting on Cub Scout Joseph from Pack 165 in Rutherfordton.
At the Ray Price Martial Arts demonstration, 10 year old student, Caleb, shows his stuff! It all happened on Main Street at the Hilltop Festival in Rutherfordton.
Is it possible, as some in the Christian community suggest, to receive salvation by way of God's grace and then at some point lose it? Is there any chance a Christian can go so far or so low that causes God to disown them from Himself? Scripture and common sense say no.
Daniel Baxter Earley, 83, of Spindale, NC passed away Wednesday, September 29, 2010.
Mr. Robert Wayne Cramer, 66, of Union Mills, NC passed away on Friday, October 1, 2010.
Mrs. Agnes Juanita Mull Deviney, age 79 passed away Monday, September 27, 2010.
Mrs. Doris Smith Morrison, 74, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away Friday, October 1, 2010.
Mrs. Elsie Cleo Hill Teague, 73, of 274 North Cleghorn St., Rutherfordton, NC passed away Friday, October 1, 2010.
Mrs. Fern Beaty Kennedy, 67, of Ellenboro, NC passed away Monday, September 27, 2010.
Mrs. Sue Owens Earls Gettys, 97, of Rutherford County, NC passed away Saturday, October 2, 2010.
Violet Louise Wall Hodge, 85, of 138 Hodge Dr., Union Mills, NC passed away Tuesday, September 28.
Hunting can be hard. I have witnessed this many times. These last three days were another example. Each day started at four o’clock in the morning and we arrived back home at about ten each night. Most nights we got to bed at about midnight. I’m tired. The hunt itself was also difficult because the deer were not moving as often as I had hoped. That, with limited sleep, made it difficult to keep my eyes on the surroundings and not on closing. The first day, adrenaline kept me powered. Each hour after that was work.
Word of Deliverance Christian Assembly
Substance Abuse Meeting every 2nd, 3rd & 4th Monday, 6-7pm. Located: Hwy. 11, Chesnee. 828-305-1280.
New Zion Missionary Baptist Church
Open Arms Substance Abuse meeting every Tuesday from 6:30-7:30pm. 619 Ledbetter Rd. Spindale. Info: 828-305-1280.
Framework for Understanding Poverty
Sponsored by: Communities In Schools of Rutherford County and Calvary Baptist Church. Two Opportunities to attend a session: Sun. Oct. 10th, 6-8pm at Calvary Baptist Church, 224 Chimney Rock Rd, Rutherfordton or Mon. Oct. 11th, 9:30am-12:30pm, Library Auditorium at Isothermal Community College. No charge to public.
Fresh Produce Safety Training
A program to educate fruit and vegetable growers about measures to minimize food safety risks. The Rutherford Extension Center will conduct Tier 1 Training Thurs. Oct. 14, 21 & 28, 2-4pm @ 193 Callahan-Koon Rd. Spindale. Registration taken until Fri. Oct. 8. Info: 828-287-6011.
The Mary B. Mullen Bible Camp, Inc. of Lake Lure, NC will be conducting its’ 104th Anniversary Celebration on October 9, 2010 starting at noon. The camp is located at 1900 Freemantown Road.
Rather than Day it could be called Month and More as Rutherford County Schools and Communities In Schools of Rutherford County join forces to bring an array of volunteer activities to our area. Working with the North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and USA Weekend, listed below are activities planned for either the national Make a Difference Day, on Saturday, October 23rd or activities leading up to and following the day. All of the activities offer opportunities to “make a difference” in our community, please join in with one of the following.