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January 29, 2014.
Who would have thought Thomas Jefferson’s guys would be atop the league standings toward the end of the basketball season in the Southern Piedmont 1A in the inaugural year? Well, it has happened. Mason Fenner hit four 3’s and totaled 21 points to help the Gryphons upset 1A basketball power Cherryville, 80-76 on the road last week.
Grady the Groundhog, animal ambassador for Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park, will be making his annual winter prediction at noon on Sunday, February 2 behind the Old Rock Café in Chimney Rock Village, next to the park entrance. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., weather permitting, the public is invited to a free wildlife program to learn quirky things about groundhogs and the Groundhog Day tradition and participate in kids’ crafts.
Rutherford Regional Health Foundation will present an annual charity event on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Performing Arts and Conference Center at Isothermal Community College. “Women Together” will feature brunch, entertainment by an award-winning comedienne and a fashion show.
This week I’m offering some rib-stiicking, down home recipes. I’m using recipes from Mountain Creek Baptist Church’s “Country Classics” cookbook. You’ll really enjoy these good recipes. You’ve got to get in the kitchen and try these.
WARM CHICKEN SALAD • SUNDAY CHICKEN AND RICE CASSEROLE • HEATHER'S PLUM SPICE CAKE
Quilt Raffle Will Benefit Rutherford Regional’s Mammogram Program, Cancer Patient Navigation
Dr. Joey Faucette
How’s your timing?
We’re quite fond of what I call “salad in a bag” around our home. It’s a lot more convenient than buying all of these vegetables and slicing and dicing them. You just open the bag, reach in and grab a handful, put it on your plate, pour your favorite dressing on it, and voila! You’re eating salad.
I’ve noticed that once that bag is open though, it doesn’t matter how tightly I seal it, or if I put it in another bag, that salad is going to spoil pretty quickly. You’ve got to eat that salad in a bag for several days in a row if you want to enjoy it. Leave it for a week or so and it’s no good. I’ve decided that the difference between salad and garbage is timing.
And that’s true about a lot of things in life. You have an opportunity and that door opens at just the right time. But it’s up to you to walk through it in a timely fashion or the door closes. The opportunity is lost. It spoils into garbage.
Today, in the fullness of time, walk through the doors that open for you. You’ll know the time is right as you listen to life and make a positive life.
Brad Balderstone, age 65, of Ellenboro, NC, passed away Wednesday, January 22, 2014.
Christina Lee Ford Bruce, age 41, of Rutherfordton, NC, passed away Monday, January 20, 2014.
Doris Jean Riddle, age 70, of Rutherfordton, NC, passed away Wednesday, January 15, 2014.
Lola Mae Hawkins, age 88, of Forest City, NC, passed away Friday, January 24, 2014.
Louise Wall Price, 86, of Mooresboro, passed away on Sunday, January 26, 2014.
Mr. James Ray Hawkins age 65, passed away Saturday January 25, 2014.
On January 23, 2014 God called his daughter, Priscilla Doretha Robinson, home to a peaceful sleep.
Chase Baptist Church
Benefit for cancer patient Clyde Saine, III on Sun. Feb. 9, 5pm. BBQ Sandwiches & Hotdog dinner. Cake auction & raffle. Gospel singing at 6:30pm. 828-245-6682.
Bethlehem United Methodist Church
Annual Soup and Sandwich Supper on Sun. Feb. 9, 5-7:30pm. Fund raiser for building fund & missions. Donations accepted. 6753 Hwy. 182, Cherryville.
St. John AME Zion Church
Black History Program Sun. Feb. 9, 4pm. Guest Speaker: Rev. Wayne Purcell, Pastor of Thomas Chapel AMEZ Church Black Mountain, NC. 109 N. Ridgecrest Ave. Rutherfordton.
True Word Baptist Church
Gospel Singing Sunday, Feb. 16, 5pm. Featuring: Southern Echoes of Belton, SC and Kings of Joy of Forest City.
Rutherford Family Support Group: Meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month, 6pm. Crawford Building; Rutherford Regional. Info: 2-1-1, ask A/B Group.
To All Veterans: American Legion Post 423; 406 Boss Moore Rd., Caroleen. Meeting 1st Monday of each month. Supper at 6pm, meeting at 7pm. Membership drive, $25 per year. We also welcome all transfers from other Legion Post. Info: 828-657-6145.
Al-Anon Family Support Groups
Patience Al-Anon Family Group; Mondays 7pm at Rutherfordton UMC. 828-288-2767. Lake Lure Al-Anon Family Group; Tuesdays 7:30pm at Mountains Branch Library. 828-748-8583.
Rutherford County Humane Society Thrift Shop
New Winter Hours: Jan. thru March, Wed.-Sat., 10am-4pm. We accept donations of dog and cat food and bedding supplies for animals waiting to be adopted. Proceeds from Thrift Shop go toward spay/neuter and medical expenses for cats and dogs in need. Non-profit 501(C)(3) organization. Info; 828-625-1042 or 828-447-3280. 305 Buffalo Creek Rd. Lake Lure.
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