It’s in the playoffs where teams get one chance to see who is the better team, but in the South Mountain Athletic Conference, East Rutherford and Shelby will soon meet again.
The initial meeting between two of the best varsity boys basketball teams in the state among the 2A ranks went to Shelby last Friday in a packed “Jungle Gym“. There easily could be three more opportunities of a East-Shelby rematch.
Monday, January 21, 2013 was a very special day. It was a day that celebrated both Martin Luther King, Jr. and the second inauguration of President Barack Obama. The President took his oath of office as he placed his hand on not one, but two Bibles. One was Abraham Lincoln's Bible and the other that of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It was very symbolic of a dream realized. The inauguration coincided with the celebration of MLK, Jr. Day and it proved to be a very special one.
He was born on March 17, 1894 in Buies Creek, North Carolina and died in Chapel Hill on May 4, 1981 at the age of 87. His education included UNC Chapel Hill, Campbell University and Cornell University. He was an expressionist and won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1927. He was best known for hid depictions of life in North Carolina during the first decades of the twentieth century.
This week I’m going to salute Advent Lutheran Church in Spindale. Consequently, the recipes will be from their “ADVENTures in Cooking” cookbook. French Blueberry Pie • Cappuccino Pie • Chocolate Pound Cake
A journalist was assigned the Lebanon beat. Walking through the bombed-out streets of Beirut one day, he heard some beautiful music coming from a doorway. He wandered over to where the music was being played and there saw a young boy playing a flute.
Several years ago it was not unusual to make one or two trips per week to wade the Cherokee Lake. Late winter always proved to hold enough of the bass variety to keep me fishing even in the most extreme conditions. These trips usually only lasted about half of the day and since I kept my equipment in my truck, I only needed a short notice and a good excuse. I can remember one day arriving at a favorite spot in the mid afternoon. It was cold and blustery. Even though I had dressed warm the cold air was blowing hard in my face. It was a headwind that was so strong, casting was difficult. I fought the circumstances for about an hour before I gave in and decided to go elsewhere.
Adaville Baptist Church Is having a Grace Meal, a free meal to those in need, on Thurs. Jan. 24, 6pm-7:30pm. 805 Oakland Rd., Spindale. 828-286-2361. Green Creek Missionary Baptist Church Coming to your area: African Children’s Choir on Fri. Jan. 25, 7pm. 2382 Coxe Rd., Tryon. 828-863-2549. Spencer Baptist Church Country Ham and Chicken Pie Dinner Jan. 26, 4:30pm. Adults $8. Proceeds for church improvements. 2279 Rock Rd., Rutherfordton.
Mobile Food Pantry Chase Corner Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mobile Food Pantry on Tues. Jan. 29, 10am at Mountain Creek Baptist Church; 710 Mountain Creek Rd., Rutherfordton. 828-247-0096 if you have questions. Country Ham and Chicken Pie Supper Sat. Feb. 2nd, 4:30pm-7pm. Adults $8, kids 5-12 $5, kids under 5 free. Mt. Vernon Community Club House. 179 Cemetery Rd., Forest City NC 28043. Bechtler Documentary to be rebroadcast Mark your calendars and spread the news that UNC-TV plans to rebroadcast “Gold Fever and The Bechtler Mint” on Fri. Feb. 15th, 9:30pm and Tues. Feb. 19th, 9:30pm.