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May 2, 2013.
Spring high school sports are coming to an end this season, which means only one thing…playoff time!
The playoffs start Friday, May 10th. It looks like East Rutherford and R-S Central baseball will be the two seeds in the SMAC this season. East earned the final 2A spot and Central gets the second 3A spot of three.
It’s definitely the place to be, Saturday, May 4th the 41st annual Mayfest is being held in Rutherfordton. It begins at 8:30 a.m. and lasts until 5 p.m. Block after block from the top of the hill all down Main Street there are fun and games, meet and greet, and plenty to see, buy and eat. There’s plenty of activity on the side streets also. This event keeps getting better and bigger. Let’s simply say, it’s a gigantic family fun day!
Ryan Adams Alternative Rock & Country
David Ryan Adams was born on November 5,1974 in Jacksonville, North Carolina. He is a musician, singer-songwriter, poet and painter. He is very versatile. He does vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica, bass guitar, drums, banjo, mandolin and ukulele.
This week I’m going to feature special recipes from New Hope Methodist Women’s “A Taste Of Heaven” cookbook. I’m going to the kitchen and am getting stated this week with a very tasty Vegetarian Chili and Beans.
Vegetarian Chili and Beans • Ham and Cheese Pie • Chicken Rosemary
Golden Valley Crusaders Reunion/Retirement
Photo Of The Day 5/2/13
Cold Air Funnel Wal Mart Parking Lot Forest City
RRHS CPE Interns Take Part In Commencement Ceremony
Rutherford Rehional Names System-Wide Quality Chief
24 1/4 lb, 11 1/2” beard & 1 1/4” spurs gobbler
Valley Fine Foods Getting Ready To Begin Production
Dr. Joey Faucette
Do you listen to life at work?
A young executive had a long flight home one Sunday. He thought about where he wanted to go in life and about dealing with some frustrations at work.
Well, he came down with a sinus infection on Tuesday but had to go in to work for more training. The training lasted through Thursday and his sinus infection kept getting worse as the week wore on. So he told his boss after Thursday’s training that he had to work from home on Friday.
Well, the boss called the young executive later that night at home and told him he absolutely had to be at a meeting at 9AM the next day. You know how the young executive felt about his job then…
…until he walked in the next morning and was awarded the Employee of the Year, the company’s first-ever such award.
Marshall Simmons, age 60, of Ellenboro, NC, passed away Saturday, April 27, 2013.
Briscoe John “BJ” Givens, age 89, of Bostic, NC, passed away Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
Broadus “Lee” Quinn, age 80, of Caroleen, NC, passed away Saturday, April 27, 2013.
Janice Godfrey Crook, age 73, of Lemon Grove, California, passed away Monday, July 23, 2012.
Johnnie Clements, 83, of Spindale, passed away Monday, April 29, 2013 at Hospice of Rutherford County.
Lennon Reid Cason Crummie, infant son of Reid and Jill Buckner Crummie of Spindale, passed away Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
Mabel Allen Taylor, age 87, wife of Earl Taylor of Mill Spring NC passed away Friday April 26, 2013.
Melba Margaret Hamrick Jolley, 84, of Mooresboro, passed away on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
Rev. Orbie Dean Hutchins age 55 went home to be with the Lord on Monday April 22, 2013.
I was pressing to get on these two gobblers. I knew since it was the middle of the season and the first thing in the morning that after they flew off the roost the gobbling would end. So I chose to gamble a little and get in their bedroom. Since it was already breaking day, I knew I had the chance of being seen. I was right. But fortunately I was only seen by two hens that were roosted just above my set-up. They shortly flew away from me and more importantly, away from the two gobblers who were only about seventy-five yards away. After the hens left, I softly called to see if the toms were still interested, and they were. They responded loud and clear. A little later they flew down and never offered to gobble again. But I was close enough to see them when they landed. After a little coaxing, a dead tom lay at my feet.
Thermal City United Methodist Church
Spaghetti Supper Sat. May 11, 4pm. Adults $7, kids $3. Proceeds to Church. Take-out available. 301 Thermal City Rd. Union Mills.
Campfield Memorial Baptist Church
Fish Fry Fundraiser for Campfield Youth summer trip to Camp Caswell. Sat. May 11th, 5-8:30pm. Large plate $8, Small $6. Take out available. Food cooked on-site by “Big” Dave Linder. Live bluegrass pickin’ by “Rocky Creek”. 828-289-6671. 369 Campfield Ch. Rd. Ellenboro.
Calvary Baptist Church, Ferry Rd., Cliffside
BBQ Benefit for Herman & Lillie Jones to help with medical expenses. Sat. May 18, 5-7pm. Pre-buy tickets adults $8, kids 4-12 $5, 3 & under free. Boston Butts, slaw & sauce, pre-buy tickets $30 by May 12. Tickets: Cliffside, Forest City, Ellenboro & SDO Fire Depts., Rutherford County Rescue.
Rutherford County Farmers Market
Now Open: Tues., 7am-12pm, Thurs., 1-6pm & Sat., 8am-12pm. Variety of spring produce, crafts, baked goods, herbs and assorted plants. 1630 US 74A Byp. Hwy. Across from White Oaks Plaza.
Music at the Mills
Fri. May 3, 7PM. Supper 6pm. Featuring: Bluegrass Mix. Free Admission. Union Mills Learning Center; 6495 Hudlow Rd. Union Mills.
Rutherford Electric Membership Corporation book sale in the lobby of their office. 186 Hudlow Rd., Forest City. Proceeds benefit the ACS Relay for Life. Hardbacks $2 & paperbacks $1. Mon- Fri., 8am-5pm. Info: Karen 828-245-1621, ext. 412.
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