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October 13, 2011.
Shelby…the one team Chase High School has yet to beat in the local history of high school football.
The Trojans had their chance and seemed to be on the path of ending the streak of 45 games without a win over the Golden Lions.
Building #1 of facebook has been completed and we were given a media tour which I’d like to share with you. The Governor and Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina headed the media delegation on the facebook campus in Forest City. NCDC Operations Manager. George Henry, headed the tour of the new two story building which has four foot flooring and very high ceilings. An important announcement preceded the media occasion. Construction will immediately begin on a second 105,000 square foot building on the Rutherford County campus. First it was just one building, now it is two! Today, I’m taking you on the tour and sharing it with you.
There’s no good excuse for not baking. This week I’m going to the kitchen and bake some homemade breads.
How long is a minute?
I’m not exactly sure how long a minute is anymore. Sometimes a minute seems longer than at other times. For instance, I’m driving to an appointment and I’m running a little late. The traffic light I’m approaching turns yellow, then red. I have to stop. A minute seems like a long time.
Or, I’m traveling and simply must stop to go to the bathroom. When I arrive at a convenient mart and run in and the restroom door is locked, a minute seems like a very long time.
Mr. Charles Madison Robbins, 88 of Forest City, NC passed away on Sunday, October 2, 2011.
Mr. Dennis Floyd Babb, 69, of Ellenboro, passed away on Saturday, September 24, 2011.
Mr. Matthew Pannell, 24, of Dobbinsville passed away on Sunday, October 2, 2011.
Mr. William Spurgeon Toms, Jr. “Ray”, 78 of Gilboa Church Rd., went home to be with the Lord on Friday, September 30, 2011.
Mrs. Alice Elizabeth Hampton passed away on Saturday, October 1, 2011.
Mrs. Edna Hancock Lovelace, 67, of Forest City, NC passed away on Monday, October 3, 2011.
Mrs. Joy Kelley Bradley, 59 of Mooresboro, passed away on Monday, October 3, 2011.
Mrs. Maggie Lee Cable Connor, 91, of Shelby, formerly of Rutherford Co., passed away on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.
Mrs. Margery L. Calton, 89, of Clayton, NC passed away on Wednesday, October 5, 2011.
Mrs. Marianne “Missy” Gee, 48, of Spindale, NC went to be with the Lord, Wednesday, October 5, 2011.
Mrs. Mary Ellen Ferguson Bennett, 89, of Bostic, NC passed away on Thursday, October 6, 2011.
Mrs. Mary Helen Barnett, 66 of Caroleen, NC passed away on Thursday, October 6, 2011.
Mrs. Minnie Lee Jones Honeycutt, 91, of Chase Community, passed away on Sunday, October 2, 2011.
Mrs. Pamela Jean Bradbury Governale, 59, of Rutherford County, passed away on Sunday, October 2, 2011.
Ms. Madeline Moore Calhoun, 79, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away on Saturday, October 1, 2011.
I had been in the stand only 15 minutes when the doe appeared. When it crossed the path that I came in on, she immediately smelled an unfamiliar odor and followed it with her eyes to my tree stand. Now, she was at full alert, trying to bring into focus the blob that was in the tree. She moved to my left trying to wind me but was unable to satisfy her curiosity until I had come to full draw. I landed what I thought was a good shot. It was a little high but I was sure it did the job. Instead of a pass- through shot, the arrow stayed planted in her side. I knew this would present a few problems, but I was still confident. After nearly three hours, I left without finding the deer or even one spot of blood. My disappointment still haunts me; not the disappointment that comes from a missed opportunity, but the kind that comes because shot deer are meant to be found and are meant to supply food for the table. Otherwise it’s a needless death.
Fork Creek Baptist Church
Revival Oct. 10-14, 7pm nightly. Guest speaker: Rev. Richard Cole from Gastonia.
Harriett Memorial Free Will Baptist Church
Revival Oct. 16-19. Rev Jim Marcum of Hookerton, NC will be the Evangelist. Sunday services at 11am & 6pm Mon-Wed. 1938 Hwy. 221-A in Caroleen (one mile south of Harrelson Funeral Home and Hardin Drugs)
“Rock the Illusion” featuring the magic of Master Illusionist Harris III with music from MSF (mustardseedfaith) and Predestined Sun. Oct. 30, 6:30pm. Free “trunk-or-treat” before the show. Location: Chase High School; Forest City. Tickets available at iTickets.com or 828-245-7766. Proceeds benefit “The Hope Project.”
Free Pet Food
Grettas Wish Pet Food Bank has free pet food available to new recipients only, who qualify. You must show proof of SSI/SSD stub, Medicaid, TANF or an affidavit that verifies you are unemployed. Food is limited so please call to reserve your food and get a time to pick it up. 704-538-3901, ask for Mary.
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.
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