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September 1, 2011.
Campfied Memorial Baptist Church’s bike ministry founder Mike Getty under one of the three testimonial tents.
When we think of motorcycles, the images portrayed in such movies as “Easy Rider”, “Hell’s Angels” and “Wild Angels” offer nothing compared to the new faith based riders. It’s a refreshing and new definition given to bikers!
Not even two years ago, Chase had a coaching carousel to deal with, but current football coach and Chase alum, Daniel Bailey never hesitated in becoming the next Trojan football coach.
With only a few short weeks to prepare, Bailey stepped in and became the leader of a solid group of football players, going just 2-9 last year. This past Friday, they matched last year’s mark as they dispatched of Chesnee 35-14 on the road to stay undefeated on the season.
You just can beat home cooking. This week I taking “Good Eats From Buck Creek” from my collection. Buck Creek Baptist Church is in Chesnee, our good neighbor. Welcome to September!
Do you know enough to worry?
Let’s say I give you an apple seed. It’s a seed from a Washington Red Delicious. You love and have eaten bushels of them. You’ve even picked them. You know a tree-ripened apple from one picked early and sprayed to ripen. You make your own apple pies. You know just about everything there is to know about apples…
Elijah Martin Guffey, 84 of Spindale, passed away on Sunday, August 21, 2011
Frances H. Byers, 74 of Forest City, passed away Monday, August 22, 2011
For many deer hunters, late August is the time to plant fall and winter crops. Hopefully by now, the fields have been prepared and are ready to receive whatever seed one has decided to sow. The trick now is to simply wait until a good rain is predicted. (Which is rare in many places) The idea is to plant just before the rain so that the seed will have a better chance of taking root. It truly is amazing how much difference a season of hunting can be if there are fields sown with some of the deer’s favorite grasses.
Missionary Wesleyan Church
Wesleyan Men’s 8th Annual Cruise for Christ Car Show Sat. Sept. 3, registration begins at 8am-12pm, show time 12pm-3pm, awards at 3pm. $15 registration. Rain or Shine. Info: 828-245-0931 or 828-429-9600. 811 Doggett Rd. Forest City.
Johnson Memorial Baptist Church
Hot Dog Dinner Sat. Sept. 3, 3pm-6pm. Hot Dog, chips, drink & dessert for only $1.50. Proceeds to benefit church food pantry. 129 Groce St. Forest City.
30th Annual Historic Morganton Festival
Sept. 10 & 11. The Festival opens Friday at 3pm with a sampling of fine arts and crafts, festival cuisine, a wine garden featuring NC Wineries; kid and teen zones and 4 stages. Saturday kicks off with a Sunrise Run on the Greenway at 8am and then the streets open at 9am with more artisans, crafters and National Country Music star Rodney Atkins. Free Admission!
Bingo at the VFW
Every Thursday night at 6PM. Refreshments & food are available for purchase. The top prize for the last game is $500. Proceeds from bingo benefit veterans in the surrounding communities. Located on Withrow Road. Forest City.