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East Rutherford Claims SMAC Softball Crown, Wild NASCAR Weekend at ‘Dega
Kevin Carver
East Rutherford Claims SMAC Softball Crown, Wild NASCAR Weekend at ‘Dega

Only Patton stood in the way of a perfect South Mountain Athletic Conference season, but it didn’t ruin the Lady Cavaliers goal in the end.

East Rutherford softball became the 2013 SMAC Champs this season after clubbing Shelby 12-0 and then dispatching of Chase 11-6 last week.

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The Owls Biggest Hoot!
The Owls Biggest Hoot!
His energy level is infectious. He is determined and dedicated. He loves what he is doing and wants to wear a Petitt Cup Championship ring. He goes by the name of Jeremy Boler! He is definitely not the usual General Manager of a baseball club. That’s what makes him so special and gives the Forest City Owls an “above and beyond” leader.
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Rutherford Regional Health System  Reaching Out For Help
Rutherford Regional Health System Reaching Out For Help
The “Pink Piggies” are now appearing throughout Rutherford County. It’s a project of Rutherford Regional Health Foundation & Rutherford Regional’s Cancer Outreach Program. The Pink Piggies promises that “100% of all contributions put in the piggy banks will be used to support free mammograms for women in our community who cannot afford them.” 
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Entertainment

Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Readers Recipes 5/9/13
Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Readers Recipes 5/9/13
Off my cookbook shelf comes Gray’s Creek Baptist Church’s “Homemade With Love”. I’m in a dessert mood so here I go!
 
Decadent Triple Layer Mud Pie • Flag Cake • Chocolate Pie
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Opinion

Listen To Life
Dr. Joey Faucette
Listen To Life

What do you see? 

My sister-in-law was getting ready for work one morning.  My niece walks into the bathroom wearing a pair of funny pink flamingo sunglasses.  

 She walks in so excited saying, “Mom!  Mom!  Look at everything!  It looks different!  Come on Mom!  Come out here!  Look over there!”  She takes her Mom out of the bathroom and into the den.  She thinks her Mom sees everything differently as well.

 So her Mom patiently tells her that she’s not wearing pink flamingo sunglasses and so she can’t see everything differently.  So the three-year-old takes off the sunglasses, hands them to her Mom, and says, “What about now?”

 And my sister-in-law says, “Things do look a little differently through pink flamingo sunglasses.”

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Sports

Outdoor Truths
Gary Miller
Outdoor Truths
 I’ve noticed that those of us who love the outdoors are always in the moment and yet are preparing for an upcoming moment. This time of year is especially true of this. While turkey season is in progress, I am thinking about getting my gear ready for the river and am also making plans on doing the things now that will give me an opportunity at a big buck this fall. It is a constant circle of living, reacting, and planning. Again, it is living in the moment, reacting to whatever comes my way, and preparing for the future.
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Church News

Church Happenings 5/9/13-5/15/13
Church Happenings 5/9/13-5/15/13

Crestview Baptist Church
Caregiver Support Group every 3rd Tuesday, 6pm. 630 South Ch. St., Forest City.  828-375-0046 to register.
 
Harvest Time FGM Church
Pastor D Howard Dawkins invites you to come worship. Sundays 8:30am. 156 Sunset St., Rutherfordton. 
 
Johnson Memorial Baptist Church
Welcoming Rev. Kevin Hamrick & family, Interim Pastor. Sunday 9:45am, Worship 11am, Evening Service 6pm, Wednesday Prayer Meeting 6pm.129 Groce St., Forest City.


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Community News

Community News 5/9/13-5/016/13
Community News 5/9/13-5/016/13
Breakfast/Bake/Yard Sale 
Fundraiser Sat. May 11, 8am-11:30am at Mt. Vernon Club House. Breakfast - $5. Raffle for Pottery by Rachel Stevens. Proceeds for new roof on Mt. Hebron United Methodist Church Picnic Shelter.
 
Chase Youth Football League Parent Meeting 
Sat. May 11, 2pm at Chase High Football Stadium. For all parents of football players and cheerleaders who are currently involved or plan to be involved this coming season.  We are making some important decisions concerning the league and we need all parents involved to attend this meeting.  If you have any questions please call Andy Lovelace 828-748-7739 or Patrick Reynolds 828-305-4631.
 
Rutherford Quilt Guild
Meeting May 13, 7pm at First Baptist Church of Rutherfordton on Main St. Speaker: John Bryant. Info: 828-288-3030.
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