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January 17, 2013.
If East Rutherford basketball wants to claim another conference title, this past Friday, they took a big first step.
This past week, they whipped Burns and then dumped Freedom both on the road. Travis Waldroup-Rodriguez put up 26 and 21 points in back-to-back games.
Although, the story is that East Rutherford came back from a 12-point early hole, to lead by 10 at the break against Freedom, who is among the front runners in the SMAC again this year. From there, the Cavaliers had no problems notching the victory.
It has to be done by March 31st of this year for Cinema 4! Less than 90 days from now. If movie theaters cannot convert to digital projectors, as required, it’s all over! For Cinema 4 in Forest City. The average cost is $75,000 per screen for the Forest City theatre. Hollywood’s switch from 35-millimeter film to digital movies is imperiling some small theaters throughout the nation that just can’t afford new digital projectors. The availability of first run movies ends this year. It will affect almost thirty percent of the screens throughout the country and at least fifty percent of the theaters. The little, local, movies houses are in big trouble.
Do you believe the weather we’re having? I think it calls for some varied recipes, so here I go. This week we share recipes from the “Homemade with Love” cookbook from Gray’s Creek Baptist Church in Rutherfordton.
Pretzel Salad • Crock Pot Macaroni & Cheese • Easy Egg Casserole
Benefit For Paisley Michelle Haynes Spaghetti Dinner • February 3rd
Green Hill Community Center
Photo Of The Day 1/17/13. Snowfall January 2010.
Mom and dad walking home on opening day of Turkey Season 2012 with 2-mature gobblers weighing over 20 lbs each. Killed with a 20 gauge shot gun in the Green Hill area.
~Photo furnished by Teresa Morgan Hosking
Reminder Of New Distribution Of 1099S For 2012 Year
What are you thinking about right now?
I was in the Washington, DC area to speak, driving through some of what I’m convinced is the eternal road construction there. So here I am driving slowly in traffic when I see beside me this huge motor grader running about 35 mph on what will be a road. It looks like it’s carrying about 20 tons of dirt in it, and its moving faster than I am.
Clyde Shehan, age 82, of Spindale, NC passed away on January 7th 2013.
James Edwin Brooks, 79, of Mooresboro, passed away Wednesday, January 9,2013.
Johnnie L. McCraw, age 86, of Mooresboro, NC, passed away Saturday, January 12, 2013.
Joseph Mike “J.R.” Roach, age 47, of Forest City, NC, passed away Thursday, January 10, 2013.
Marie Waters Johnson, 85, of Forest City, passed away on Sunday, January 6, 2013.
Mary Ellen Van Atta, age 89 of Lake Lure, passed away Monday, January 7, 2013.
Mr. Dennis Lee Hardin beloved father 65 – a native of Spindale and longtime resident of Weddington, NC left our earthly world on Friday January 4, 2013.
Paul Vernon Toney, 90, of Mooresboro, passed away Friday January 11, 2013.
Rev. Lonnie Woodrow “Junior” Evans, age 53, husband of Patricia Millwood Evans of Forest City, went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Thursday January 10, 2013.
Russell “Joe” Henderson, age 65, of Rutherfordton, passed away Thursday, January 10, 2013.
Ryan Heath Lovelace, age 46, of Forest City, NC, passed away Tuesday, January 8, 2013.
My outdoor activities have been limited as of late. The busyness of life and things that are more important have been moved to the top of my priority list. I know many people think that I must hunt and fish all the time, but that is far from the truth. I actually seem to do it less now than when I was younger. I can remember the days when I almost felt an addiction to hunting; and before that, fishing. The circumstances of nature governed my activities. I always thought that the day I didn’t go would be the day the fish would be biting or the deer would be moving. I’m glad I’m not that obsessed anymore. And I’m glad that I am not as easily influenced by temptations of this kind. I tend to plan my hunts now.
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 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.
The Journey Church, Rutherfordton
The Journey Riders invite you to be a part of their weekly Bible study. A new motorcycle ministry meeting Thursdays, 6:30pm. 828-289-9645, 828-919-0009.
Open House Thurs. Jan. 24, 7pm. The Crawford Building at Rutherford Hospital. Learn about the mental health support and resources provided by your local Rutherford/Cleveland NAMI affiliate. For more info, visit our website at www.nami.org/sites/NAMIRutherford-Cleveland or our facebook page (NAMI Rutherford-Cleveland). You may also call 704-434-5166 or 704-434-6921.
Sat. Jan. 26, 4-8pm at Hopewell-Hollis Community Clubhouse.
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.
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