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November 23, 2011.
High School football is over, which means basketball season is tuning up.
East Rutherford, who won the 2A state title a year ago behind Devince Boykins (current Marshall player) and Zach Price have now graduated. Trying to top a 27-1 record will be even tougher this coming season.
Noah Roy Champion The Miracle Kid!
His name is Noah Roy Champion. He was born on July 9, 2002. Today he is one of the most happy boys you’ll ever meet. He is in the third grade, on the honor roll, and is doing exceptionally well. Noah loves history and wants to become a history professor.
What are you thankful for today?
It seems to me that a lot of the conversations I listen to are more about what people don’t like, what they don’t have, what they don’t agree with, etc., than about what they do like, what they do have, what they agree with and just generally what they’re thankful for. Focusing on these negatives causes your mind and spirit to attract more of them. When you focus on the positives, you discover more of them in your life.
Deborah Givens Sisk, age 48, of Forest City, passed away Tuesday, November 15, 2011.
Barry Dean Lewis, 51, of Forest City, passed away on Thursday, November 17, 2011.
Bernice Gardo Dobbins, age 80, of Rutherfordton, passed away Tuesday, November 15.
Elizabeth “Beth” Sykes, age 54, of Spindale, NC, passed away Thursday, November 17, 2011.
Kimberly Dawn Mode Horseman, age 34, of Forest City, passed away Monday November 14, 2011.
Lee Daniel “L.D.” Upton, age 86, of Forest City, passed away Wednesday, November 16, 2011.
Paisley Michelle Adams, infant daughter of Stacey Michelle Parker and Justin Michael Adams, passed away Friday, November 11, 2011.
Rick D. Jolley, 66, of Raleigh, passed away on Friday, November 11, 2011.
Ruby Norman Huskey, age 88, of Henrietta, passed away Friday, November 18, 2011.
Ruth Kirby, 86, of, Mooresboro, passed away on Sunday, November 13.
The map showed 700 acres in famous Pike County, Illinois. And it was ours to hunt – 4 of us, that is. We had planned on this hunt for months and knew that we would be arriving at the prime time for the rut. The outfitter showed us where some of the best places to put a stand were, but also wanted us to scout the day before we were scheduled to hunt. The 700 acres were broken down into 3 sections; the east side, the west side, and the sanctuary which lay between the 2 and to the north. This was the animal’s safe haven. It was home plate. It was the place to reach after running the gauntlet of bows and bullets. And they seemed to know it was off limits to hunters. We could hunt on the edge of it and even on the thoroughfares that ran to it, but the sanctuary was the exclusive area for bucks and does alike.
Trinity Lutheran Church
Bible-believing Lutherans + LCMS. We’ll bring the word to you: www.trinitylutherantryon.org For Christian talk radio: www.issuesetc.org check out archived Bible studies & topics. Call Pastor Olson 828-817-5506 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ambassador Baptist College, Lattimore
Annual presentations of George Freidrich Handel’s Messiah. Nov. 25 & 26, 7pm. R.A. Torrey Auditorium, free. Seating limited, nursery provided. 704-434-0303 or www.ambassadors.edu
Kistler’s Chapel United Methodist Church, FC
“Hanging of the Greens” Sun. Nov. 27, 11am. “Christmas Eve Candlelight Holy Communion” Sat. Dec. 24, 10:30pm.
Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe:
Inside Habitat ReStore. New items donated by Lowe’s Distribution Center. Tues.-Fri., 10am-5pm & Sat., 9am-3pm. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Rutherford County and Rutherford Housing Partnership. 828-245-1698.
Charity Event for Muscular Dystrophy
UWE Wrestling Fri. Nov. 25, 8pm @ 313 Island Ford Rd., Forest City. Admission $3, concessions, cake raffles, door prizes. Come out & support Charlie Keevers Senior Project.
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