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July 21, 2011.
Our county doesn’t hear about it as much as it should, but Forest City’s Youth Basketball of America organization is having another incredible summer.
The Forest City Heat, who won the 2010 state title in the 14-year-old division, repeated that feat over a month ago. Since that time, they have finished runner-up in two other tourneys, one in Augusta, Georgia and the other at a huge event in Arkansas.
For sure, everyone in Rutherford County, without exception, has been touched by or have had to deal with the dreaded disease, cancer. Family, friends, neighbors and coworkers have shared those times or experiences with you. It is always about the heartaches cancer brings. For us, it is a ragging battle to survive. We seek hope and stay dedicated to winning the war. Our determination will eventually bring a cure. Meanwhile, we need help! That help is the constant Relay For Life Fund Raisers. So, mark this on your calendars and be sure to be there.
I was asked recently about how to make a good roast. Something simple, easy to make and just great. This recipe is from Big Springs Baptist Church’s “Pleasure Of The Good Earth” cookbook.
I thought it would be nice to share it with you.
Five year old Isabella Herrera of Forest City recently donated 12 inches of her hair to Locks Of Love.
Mr. Larry Crowe owner of Crowe’s Peach Shed on Highway 221 South donated peaches to be given to participants of the Rutherford County Sheriff Office, ARE-U–OKAY Program.
Do you try?
A couple of really strong thunderstorms blew through where I live. Their winds were so powerful that they blew up a corner of the tin roof on the barn where we store the hay we feed the horses.
I had someone estimate the cost of replacing it, but it would be a while before he could return to actually fix it. In the mean time, the hay and the inside of the barn were getting wet. I thought about trying to get up there myself, but my ladder didn’t seem long enough to reach the roof.
A.D. Hopkins, 75, of Forest City, passed away on Friday, July 8, 2011.
Dorothy “Dot” Rumfelt Ensley, of Rutherfordton, passed away on Thursday, July 14, 2011.
Kathy Mae Street, 50, of Rutherfordton, passed away on Thursday, July 14.
Lethie Ann Honeycutt Pennington, 72, of Mooresboro, NC passed away on Wednesday, July 13, 2011.
Sarah M. Lane Maxwell, 73, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away on Wednesday, July 13, 2011.
Yvonne Roach, 58, of Bostic, NC passed away on Saturday, July 7, 2011.
Most mornings I am challenged before I really even begin my day. When I’m not hunting or fishing, I meet a few friends for an early morning run. The challenge is not actually in the run, even though they can be difficult as well. But the real confrontation comes as I see various people on the trail. There are folks of all ages who have some sort of desire or reason for getting out very early to walk or run. Many of the older ones do it because a doctor has prescribed them to walk a few times each week. So they do. But I don’t think they really understood what the doctor really meant.
Latter Rain Church of God
Youth Rally Sat. Aug. 6, 6:30pm. Ministering: State Drama Team, also some good singing geared toward the Youth. Speaker: Adrain Franklin. 247 Railroad Ave. Rutherfordton.
Henrietta First Baptist Church
VBS ~ ages 3-12 ~ Kick-off Sun. Aug. 7, 6pm, VBS 6-8:30pm August 8-12, VBS Commencement 6pm August 14th. “Gold Rush: Discovering the Rock of Ages.”
Relay For Life of Rutherford County Events
•Sat. Aug. 6th - Annual Yard Sale & Breakfast Buffet at Rollins Cafeteria. For info, contact Wavolyn at email@example.com
Summer Drums and Water Fun!
Free Community Event! Relax and listen as the music evolves. It starts with the beat of one drum and one rhythm. As others join in, the sound develops depth and character. Sat. July 30 & Sat. Aug. 27, 7pm-9pm. Spindale House Lawn; 100 Tanner St. Spindale.
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