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May 19, 2011.
It‘s hard to predict how the playoffs will go, but first round results have been good so far for the county clubs.
On the baseball field, East Rutherford (22-3) easily dispatched of its first round 2A playoff opponent at home, West Caldwell, winning 9-0 as Tyler Jacobus threw a no-hitter.
Rutherford Hospital Inc. has unveiled a new corporate brand for its organization, which will now be called Rutherford Regional Health System. The new logo and name were introduced on May 3 to department leaders and staff, foundation board members, and medical staff.
Another Famous North Carolinian... Tom Robbins Novelist, Short Story Writer, Essayist
Thomas Eugene “Tom” Robbins was born on July 22, 1936 in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. He has two younger sisters (another died at age 45) and both his grandfathers were Southern Baptist preachers. The family resided in Blowing Rock before moving to Warsaw, Virginia in 1942. Tom graduated in 1950 for the Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Virginia.
Don’t forget to make some homemade goodies to send to our troops. Let them know your care. A package of homemade is always welcomed to those in the armed forces away from home. It’s a great way to get in the kitchen and “show the love”. See you next week.
Raffle to benefit Rutherford County Habitat for Humanity
“Duty Free” teachers at Ellenboro Elementary School’s cafeteria
Greg Moore Track & Cross Country Coach at Chesnee High School
Harmon Street Baptist Church
Is the door of your mind open?
Okay, let’s spring clean your life some more today. This time, let’s open the door of your mind and let some fresh air in. Now how do you do that?
You’re eating lunch with some coworkers. The conversation turns to a coworker who’s not at the table and the remarks are cruel. They’re very critical of her work habits, her clothes, her car, and just about anything else you can imagine. And then the fatal sentence, “And did you hear…” starts the gossip.
Mr. Benny William Coggins, of Herimitage Trail, Ellenboro, NC passed away Monday, May 9, 2011.
Mr. David Allison Hunt, 76, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away Sunday, May 8, 2011.
Mr. Earl Graham Jenkins, Jr., 58, of 117 Hilltop Drive, Cliffside, NC passed away Sunday, May 8, 2011.
Mr. Edwin Hames, of Cliffside, NC passed away Thursday, May 12, 2011.
Mr. Junior Clarence McBee, 76, of 250 Highland Avenue, Henrietta, NC passed away Wednesday, May 11, 2011.
Mr. Louis Eugene Blanton, 77, of Owens Street, Ellenboro, NC passed away Sunday, May 15, 2011.
Mr. William Barry “Beetle” Bailey, 68, of 128 East Verdia Road, Gaffney, SC passed away Monday, May 9, 2011.
Mrs. Eunice Patricia “Pat” Roper Beheler, 64, of Roper Loop Road, Rutherfordton, NC passed away Sunday, May 8, 2011.
It’s amazing sometimes when I think about how hunters and fishermen endure certain things willingly. One area that I seem to always think of is in the area of standing. I think of two friends especially. One is a tournament fisherman. Whether he is fishing for money or not, he will not sit down while fishing no matter how long he has been fishing. I’ve never even seen him lean on his pedestal seat. He will stand for hours.
Pleasant View Community Church
Miles for Messiah- 25 Mile Bike Ride, 5K Run/Walk, & Kids Fun Run is a fundraiser for the youth group. Proceeds to youth’s upcoming summer camp & future adventures. Registration: $20, pre-register before May 23 to receive $5 discount. Visit: www.pleasantviewcc.net, click on the M4M Events tab for registration form. Info: (5K) Alicia James 704-472-8391 or (Bike Ride) Kelly Brown (828) 305-2050.
Harvest Time FGM Church
Youth night each Wednesday at 6pm. 156 Sunset St. Rutherfordton, NC.
Relay for Life of Rutherford County
Join Tuscany Italian Grille & Rutherford County Employees Relay Team Thurs. June 2, 11am-9pm. 10 % of total sales donated to The Relay for Life of Rutherford County American Cancer Society. 619 Oakland Rd. Spindale. 828-288-3883.
BBQ Supper & Raffle
Sat. May 21, 4-7pm at Pearidge Ruritan Club. Adults $7, kids 5-12 $4, under 5 free. Come eat with us and help with community projects. Take-out plates available. Proceeds for storm door for back porch, new windows for kitchen, and other projects.”
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