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Time Ticking On Post 423 Season; Owls  Coming Around As First Half Draws To A Close
Kevin Carver
Time Ticking On Post 423 Season; Owls Coming Around As First Half Draws To A Close

A young team who yearns for a confidence booster. That’s exactly the Rutherford County Post 423 Senior Legion team in a nutshell this season. The bad part is that they need to get going to make a postseason spot.

Post 423 (4-6) goes 1-3 this past week and have six games left in the regular season. Right now, they sit eighth out of nine teams, but within three games of being in fourth.

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Amazing Talent At Foothills Music Hall
Amazing Talent At Foothills Music Hall

   Saturday nights now have a special treat for all lovers of country and bluegrass music. The Foothills Music Hall is open to the public with amazing talent. The StarShooters and the legendary Dan X. Padgett perform from 7 to 11pm for listening and dancing at 127 Trade Street in Rutherfordton.

   The StarShooters have performed just about everywhere country music is heard and enjoyed. Just like the multi-talents of Dan X. Padgett who has played and taught for seven decades. 

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Listen To Life
Dr. Joey Faucette
Listen To Life

Are you aging today?

    I was thinking about aging the other day.  It seems to me that we want to live to be 100 years old, but none of us want to look it.  We want to be 100, but look 25.  So we rub lotions and potions on our wrinkles to hide them.  And when we can’t hide them, we inject them with botox.  And when that doesn’t work, we nip, tuck, lift, and pull. 

    And what about our hair and teeth?  We don’t want our hair to turn white, but we can’t get our teeth white enough.   So we put stuff on our hair to keep the white covered up and stuff on our teeth to bleach the brown.  We want our teeth white and our hair dark. 

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Outdoor Truths
Gary Miller
Outdoor Truths
   Unless you are in school, the summer is not considered to be most people’s favorite time of year. We usually choose the spring or fall because of the comfortable temperatures and the changes that can be easily seen in the environment around us. In the spring the trees bloom, the plants grow, and the wildlife is preparing for new life. In the fall those same trees, plants, and wildlife prepare for the colder and dormant days of winter. But what about the summer? As a child, these were my favorite days. The hotter the sun got, the better the swimming pool felt. I can’t ever remember complaining about the heat when I was young. Now I am tempted to do it every day. 
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Church News

Church Happenings 6/27/13-7/2/13
Church Happenings 6/27/13-7/2/13
Bethlehem Methodist Church
Rev. Karen Lawrence & the congregation invite you to join them for worship services on Sundays @ 9:30am & Bible Study on Wednesdays @ 6pm. Casual dress OK. 253 School Rd., Mill Spring.
Rutherford Church of Christ 
New Mid-Week Service; Wednesday 7PM. 925 Hwy 221 N. Rutherfordton.
New Bethel AME Zion
New Generation It’s Crucial! Meet us Sat. June 29, 6pm at 263 Forest Street; Forest City. Motivational Speaker: Trevon McEntire. Sponsored by: Young Adults & Phyllis McDowell.
Harriett Memorial Free Will Baptist Church
BBQ Dinner on Sat. June 29, 3pm. Donation of $8 or more. Proceeds help to send our Pastor and wife on mission trip. 1938 Hwy. 221-A in the Caroleen. Take-out available, 828-657-9446.
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Community News

Community News 6/27/13-7/2/13
Community News 6/27/13-7/2/13
Big Day in Ellenboro
Thurs. July 4th, parade at 9am. Arts & Crafts, music, tractors, games, food and more. Free rides on the Little Blue Choo. Would you like to be in the parade, or be a vendor? For more info, 828-453-7414 or 828-453-8932.
NAMI Rutherfordton/Cleveland
Educational Forum Thurs. June 27, 7pm. Place: Crawford Building, Rutherford Regional Hospital. Speaker: Tanya Morrow. Refreshments served. Info: 704-434-5166.
Mobile Food Pantry
Chase Corner Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mobile Food Pantry on Tues. July 23, 10am at Caroleen United Methodist Church; 137 Mills Ave. Caroleen. Please bring a box for your food. 828-247-0096.
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