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October 23, 2013.
It was almost a clean sweep on the football field this past week. A 3-1 mark is outstanding, but it didn’t turn out exactly the way it was expected. Things certainly are heating up for second place among the SMAC 2A teams and a good shot at a playoff berth.
Allie Proctor from R-S Central takes a test dive with Officer Jason Metcalf of the Highway Patrol.
The rain failed to deter the safe driving event in front of Big Lots parking on Thursday, October 17th. “Above The Influence Day 2013” presented by the North Carolina Highway Patrol and United Way’s Youth Council sought to teach teenagers the negative results of driving while impaired. Whether it be drugs, multi tasking, or drunk driving or a combination, the lesson learned was how dangerous and life threatening it could be.
I just can’t stay away from a great cookbook! One of the absolute best is “Good Eats From Buck Creek” the collection of recipes from Buck Creek Baptist Church in our neighboring Chesnee. I’m going to the kitchen and getting started with a nice twist on a Southern favorite.
Oriental Chicken BBQ • Orange Country Style Ribs • Pizza Casserole
Elevator Reopens at Chimney Rock in Time for Peak Fall Colors
Dr. Joey Faucette
As you’re walking through life, do you look back?
Our older daughter flew to London to study for a semester abroad through her university’s invitation. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for her.
Our family had a rather tearful farewell with her in the airport. The prospect of not seeing her at all for three months was somewhat sad. My wife and younger daughter wanted to wait until she cleared security and customs so we did. We strained our necks and my wife stood in a chair to watch as our daughter’s bags were opened and examined. She went through with no problems of course and having cleared, she walked on towards her gate.
My wife said, “She didn’t even look back and wave good-bye!”
I reminded her, “Honey, she didn’t look back the day she walked into her kindergarten classroom. Why should she start now?”
And you really shouldn’t either. Looking back constantly keeps you from joyfully stepping into a most wonderful future of great adventure.
So keep looking forward into the fantastic new day prepared for you as you Live Positive in this negative world today.
Bobby Gene Bradley, Sr., age 58, of Spindale, NC, passed away Wednesday, October 16, 2013.
Del Fowler, age 54, of Forest City, NC, passed away Sunday, October 20, 2013.
Horace Ray (H. R.) Bailey, 85, passed away Wednesday, October 16, 2013.
Mack S. Phillips, age 79, of Rutherfordton, NC, passed away October 17, 2013.
Sarah Dolan Weatherman, age 80, of Ellenboro, NC, passed away Wednesday, October 16, 2013.
I started the morning sitting in a tree stand. A few weeks ago I had trimmed limbs and opened up some shooting lanes for this new stand placement. I think it is going to be a good one. The cool morning was expected as well as the lingering fog that hovers over the hills, sometimes through the late morning. That was the case on this particular day. As I peered toward the sky just before dawn, I wondered if what I was looking at was clouds instead of the fog. But after a few more minutes I recognized the familiar look and feel of this hazy mist.
Thermal City United Methodist Church
Spaghetti Supper on Sat. Nov. 2, 4pm until. Adults $7, kids $3, under 5 free. Take out available. Proceeds support the Church. 301 Thermal City Rd., Union Mills.
Bill’s Creek Baptist Church
Fall Festival Sat. Nov. 2, 3-6pm. Games, Fish Fry & Country Store. Benefit for Guatemala mission work. 828-625-5517.
Redemption Faith Center
Weekly Intercessory Prayer Wednesdays, 7pm. 1070 74-A Spindale. 828-245-6296.
Kiwanis Club, Forest City
Spaghetti Dinner Fri. Nov. 8, 4:30-8pm at East High School Cafeteria. Adults $6, kids under 12 $4.
Sat. Oct. 26 at Rutherford County Moose Lodge; 548 US Hwy. 74 Business, Forest City. Free t-shirt with $20 entry fee. Food available. Proceeds go to Children’s Christmas Fund. 828-245-4233.
Sat. Oct. 26, 10am-2pm at Washburn Community Outreach Center. A free hot dog lunch will be served beginning at Noon. The thrift store will be closed on this date. 2934 Piney Mountain Church Road in Bostic. For more information, please call 828-245-5603.
Greater Cleveland County Baptist Association’s “Greatest Treat Festival”
Fun, Food, Candy and Games highlight this event Sun. Oct. 27, 3pm-6pm. Also the “Greatest Treat” will be shared with all who attend. There is no admission to this event held at the Shelby City Park; 850 West Sumter St., Shelby. Info: 704-484-6811.
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