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February 28, 2013.
East Rutherford’s boys basketball team made it to the conference finals again and for the second year in a row, lost on road.
It was third time this season falling to Shelby in a heartbreaker after going up by 16 points in the first quarter of the most recent one. The second quarter was tough to watch as Shelby was unbelievably able to get back in the game, trailing just 24-18 at half. Shelby stole the win in the final minutes to eke out a 49-46 result. Last year, East lost to Freedom at R-S Central in the SMAC finals.
The Facebook sculpture created from recycled parts found on the site by Rutherford County’s Tom Elfers.
A heady mix of local and international talent make Facebook’s Forest City data center an innovative and inspiring place to work. A recent video tour of the facility explored the data center’s technical workings. But there’s still more to the culture that drives Facebook’s constant innovation -- from art to cuisine.
Inspiring art plays an important role at all of Facebook’s offices. Western NC’s Gabriel Shaffer has contributed two new pieces to the company’s collection that is significant in both size and vision.
It’s always a pleasure to visit our neighbors in Chesnee. The “Good Eats from Buck Creek” cookbook of the Buck Creek Baptist Church is always a delight to review. I’ll go to the kitchen and share some of their recipes. Let’s get started.
Beef Quiche • Chicken Pot Pie • Grilled Egg Plant & Sweet Pepper Sandwich
Chimney Rock & Fox Mountain Guides host new rock climbing event to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson County
3 More Return for 2013 Season
Dr. Joey Faucette
Got any old tools lying around?
Have you ever been rummaging through a drawer and discovered an old tool that you had lost? It could be a screwdriver or a pair of scissors or a hammer. When you find it, a tidal wave of memories comes with it.
Around our house we have a pair of scissors that belonged to my wife’s mother. They’re dull and we don’t use them much, but every time we stumble on them we think of her mom. We also have a ladder that’s kinda dangerous to use—it leans and you have to be careful climbing it. But that ladder belonged to my wife’s dad so every time we use it we remember him.
Have you got any old tools lying around in your emotions? Do you believe the way you did when you were a child—believe that someone will take care of you and feed you? The kind of believing in the impossible that you might have lost as you grew older?
Rummage around within yourself and begin to believe again. Remember the times when you saw the impossible become possible. Believe so that you can make a positive life, not just a living, in a negative world.
Bobbie Lee King, 88, of Spindale, passed away Sunday, February 24, 2013.
Bonnie McAbee Ledford age 90 of Forest City passed away Friday February 22, 2013.
Brenda Gail Hamrick, 69, of Mooresboro, passed away on Friday, February 22, 2013.
Charles Russell Greene, Sr., age 63, of Mooresboro, NC, passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
Hazel Enloe Lovelace, 87, of Forest City, NC passed away Thursday, February 21, 2013.
John “Bud” Martin, age 72, of Rutherfordton, NC, passed away Wednesday, February 20, 2013.
Louise C. Holland, age 93, of Forest City, NC, passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
Marilyn Sailors Hubbard, 72, of Shelby, passed away on Monday, February 18, 2013.
Marjorie Queen Lineberger, age 91, of Saluda, SC, formerly of Forest City, passed away Saturday, February 23, 2013.
Ronald E. Leitch age 78 of Olivet, MI, passed away Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013.
Ruby Irene Bradley was born February 22, 1927 and was welcomed into the arms of Jesus on February 21, 2013.
Steve Canipe, age 60, of Forest City, NC passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
Tammy Chapman Bryant, age 49, of Forest City, NC, passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
Zebby Fay “Wildman” Chapman, 68, of Shelby, passed away on Friday, February 22, 2013.
I’ve always been a country boy at heart and even though I longed to leave in my high school years, there was something that drew me back to the humble surroundings of my country way of living. It’s not always easy balancing this lifestyle with progress. It almost doesn’t seem right to want a rustic log cabin with a microwave. I want cows and dogs but a big screen T.V. would be nice as well. And I’m sure that even though my wife wants a clothes line in the back yard, she sure couldn’t do without her heavy duty washer and dryer. I want a garden but I’d sure rather plow it with a new John Deere rather than an old mule.
Sandy Level Baptist Church
Fish Fry on 1st Saturday of every month, 3-7pm. Everyone Welcome. 1047 Sandy Level Ch. Rd., Bostic.
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
Weekly schedule: Sunday school 10am. Worship service at 11am. Mt. Olivet Church Rd. Ellenboro.
Faith Temple Worship Center
Soup Kitchen held every 2nd Tuesday of every month, 6pm no earlier. 151 Kentucky St., Spindale.
River Glory Prayer and Worship Center
Weekly Service held Sunday, 2pm at: First Weslyan Church (beside Hardin Drug Store) 700 S. Church St, Forest City. 843-330-9302 or 828-748-7736.
Country Ham & Chicken Pie Supper
Sat. March 2, 4:30pm-7pm. All you can eat at Mt. Vernon Community Club House. Cost $8 for adults, $5 kids ages 6-12, kids 5 and under are free. Sponsored by Mt. Vernon Community Club.
HOPE Grief Support Group will take place on Tues. March 5, 6pm at Hospice of Rutherford County’s Center of Living. This is a free support group for any adult who has lost a loved one. Please call 828-245-0095 to register or for more info.
3rd Annual RIMA Pavement Pounder 5K Run/Walk
Sat. March 9, 8am. Held at Rutherford Internal Medicine; 181 Daniel Rd. Forest City. All proceeds benefit Relay for Life. Registration is available online at: www.rutherfordoutdoor.org or for more info call Janine Clapp at 828-288-6344 or email: Janine.email@example.com
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