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January 10, 2013.
Held in Rutherfordton were the R-S Central duals this past Saturday and along with that came mixed results among county wrestling teams.
St. Stephens won the overall tourney (5-0 on Saturday), Crest was second (4-1), followed by R-S Central 3-2), South Point (2-3), Chase (1-4) and East Rutherford (0-5).
R-S Central’s Colin Cope led the Hilltopper grapplers in going 5-0 in his weight division, while Kaleb Hines also posted an undefeated 5-0 mark on Saturday. D.J. Bradley did well with a 4-1 record on the afternoon.
Minister Jim Hobbs stands in front of the new Rutherford Church of Christ
What began on September 11, 2005 in a storefront at 601 E. Main Street in Spindale, and then to 953 US 221 Highway North, has culminated in a new building upon eight acres of land at 925 US 221 Highway North. The new building of the Rutherford Church of Christ now stands as testimony to patience, persistence, and dedication.
I hope you had a good New Year’s and will be blessed this coming year. Where does the time go?
Let’s begin this year with some great recipes from Bethel Baptist Church’s “Forward by Faith” cookbook. I always think the creation of the casserole was for the South. It is definitely beloved in every Southern state. So, let’s start off with come casserole recipes.
Beef Casserole • Cheese Ravioli Casserole • Green Chile Rick Casserole
Zumbathon for Landon Pruett
Lake Lure Olympiad Present Donation To Victory Junction
Dr. Guy Winker, right, is shown accepting the Stewart L. Mooring Award at Rutherford Regional Health System from CEO Cindy Buck.
Dr. Guy Winkler Presented With Stewart L. Mooring Award
Robert Hosking III bags his first bird
Have you walked with a two-year old?
Have you ever tried to take a two-year-old on a straight-ahead walk? It just doesn’t happen. Children that age have an entirely different agenda. For a two-year-old, there is no sense of accomplishment with leaving point A in order to arrive at point B. The only reason for even venturing out the door is the prospect of the journey—or to meander—between point A and point B.
Alice Faye Weathers, age 59, of Forest City, passed away Friday, January 4, 2013.
Carl Allen Hendrix, age 57, of Forest City, passed away Sunday, January 6th, 2013.
Gertie Fincannon Hill, age 92, of Forest City, NC, passed away Wednesday, January 2, 2013.
Kenneth Thomas Mitchem, age 67, of Bostic, passed away Saturday, January 5, 2013.
Lucille Cole Robbins age 78 of Big Island Road went home to be with The Lord on January 1, 2013.
Maggie Silver Melton, age 78, of Harris, NC, passed away Thursday, January 3, 2013.
Michael Theodore Bridges, 64, of Ellenboro, passed away on Friday, January 4, 2013.
Mrs. Adelaide Hawkins Humphries, 99, of the Grassy Pond Community, passed away on January 02, 2013.
Mrs. Evelyn M. (Chapman) Wheeler, 83, of Spindale, NC passed away on December 28, 2012.
I used to write with a very narrow mind when it came to the outdoors. I only imagined my little area when it came to things like weather and the activities that one could be involved in. When it came to the winter months I never considered that while one area of the country was reeling things in, another part was dusting things off. I never gave much thought to the fact that while the temperatures in my region were keeping me inside, other parts of the country were enjoying the comfortable afternoons and evenings.
Sandy Level Baptist Church, Bostic
Fish Fry on 1st Saturday of every month, 3-7pm. Everyone Welcome.
Sunshine United Methodist Church
Regular weekly schedule: Sunday worship services 9:45am; Sunday School 10:45am. Pastor: Rev. Cindy Lunsford. 367 Depriest Rd., Sunshine.
Hopewell United Methodist Church
Join us on Saturdays at 5pm for a new & exciting way to praise and worship God! Don’t worry about dressing up. (Corner of Hollis & Hopewell Rd.) 828-248-2333.
Country Ham Supper
Cane Creek Club House (Hwy. 64) Jan. 19, 4pm-8pm.
Cleveland County Arts Council Event
The Big Chill Casino Night Sat. Jan. 26, 6:30pm-11pm at The Arts Center. Join us for delicious food, great music and dancing. Take your chance at beating the odds and win exciting prizes.
Mental Illness Family Support Group
Always on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month: Tues. Jan. 15, 6:30-8pm at Cleveland County Red Cross Bldg; 1333 Fallston Rd., Shelby, NC 28150. This Family Support Group is specifically geared to the parents, grandparents, spouses, siblings, adult children & close relatives of persons suffering from severe & persistent mental illnesses. The illnesses covered are: Depression (unipolar), Manic Depression (bipolar), Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) & other neurobiological brain disorders. Meetings are confidential & a safe place to talk with other family members going through the same experiences. Info: 704-434-5166 or 704-583-0845.
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