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February 5, 2014.
Boys basketball: Thomas Jefferson (13-4, 8-0) still holds onto the Southern Piedmont Conference 1A lead with four games to go. They just beat Pine Lake Prep by 17 in the only game they had of the week. While they do have two big games this week with Lincoln Charter and then they visit Community School of Davidson on Friday, it’s the game at home versus Cherryville that is key on Valentine’s Day.
Region 8 Principal Of The Year, Brad Richardson of Forest City-Dunbar Elementary.
His name is Brad Richardson. He has been married to Carrie for 16 years, and has five children. He graduated from Campbell University and because his grandparents lived close by, to save money, he stayed with them while in college. Brad graduated and became a teacher. His grandfather, Gene Driver was also in education and had a tremendous affect on his grandson. He can be given a lot of credit as to how his grandson has evolved.
This week I’m going to the kitchen and making some easy, but good, dishes. The recipes are all from the “That We May Live” cookbook from Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church in Forest City.
Sausage Casserole • Crock Pot Baked Apples • Tomato Pie
Forest City Owls Tap Cory Dirksen As New General Manager
RTR Fundraiser • Casino Night Saturday February 15th
Dr. Joey Faucette
Do you tell stories?
The most common question I get from emails and as I do speaking engagements is: “How do you come up with all of those stories?” And that’s a great question. I write and record about 260 stories a year.
I guess there are two short answers: One is I Listen to my Life and just share what happens. And the second, based on the first, is I don’t do anything—writing stories, or anything else—in life alone. I have help everywhere I go and in everything I do.
I’ve noticed that sharing stories as I Listen to Life sets off a chain reaction of story-telling about positive experiences in other people’s lives. Folks share their stories with me on my Live Positive blog at www.ListentoLife.org. Then I get to share their stories with others around the world.
Ask for help everywhere you go. Then express yourself about all of the positive assistance you receive. Tell your stories to anybody who will listen.
It’s just one more way to Listen to Life and Live Positive.
Amelia “Ma” Shytles, age 76, of Forest City, NC, passed away Tuesday, January 28, 2014.
Brandy Moore Cash, age 33, of Henrietta, NC, passed away Thursday, January 16, 2014.
In loving memory of Diana McFarlin Ferry, age 72, of Rutherfordton, NC, passed away Sunday January 26, 2014.
Janie Green Ledford, age 82, of Bostic, NC, passed away Sunday, February 2, 2014.
Joyce Love Melton, 84, passed away on Sunday, February 2, 2014.
Martha Jean Lovelace, age 58, of Henrietta, NC, passed away Wednesday, January 29, 2014.
Mrs. Ethel Yelton Arrowood, age 86 went home to be with the Lord on February 1, 2014.
Polkville - Reverend Boyd Lee Lattimore, Jr., 74 went on to be with the Lord Wednesday January 29, 2014.
Hilarious! That’s always the only word that comes to mind when I think of Larry’s first golf experience. He was invited to meet his brother-in-law at a golf course while on vacation. They met at the club and proceeded to pay for the round when he was met by a gentleman who had a British accent. With nose slightly pointed to the sky, the gentleman kindly let Larry know that he would not be able to wear his tank top while playing. (I’m already laughing) Larry, stunned, (not only because he was an “Amuricun” and a Tennessean), proceeded to let the gentleman know that he would just purchase one of their shirts. After browsing the selection, he quickly realized that his wife would not be pleased if he took his house payment and used it on one shirt.
Souls Harbor Tabernacle
Sunday School 10am, Worship 11am, Sunday night 6pm, Thursday night 7pm. Pastor Charles Poole. 704-466-0626. 441 Sandy Run Church Rd. Mooresboro.
First United Methodist Church
Welcome Table Free Community Meal every Monday, 5-6:30pm. Dine in only. Please join us. 264 North Main St., Rutherfordton. Sponsored by the churches of Rutherfordton. Info: 828-287-3704.
The Epicenter Church
Ladies Conference: Hope Explosion Feb. 7-9pm. Friday 7pm, Saturday workshops 10am, Sunday 10:30am. Pastor Lynette Dutton & Apostle Jana Alcorn. 131 Countryside Dr., Forest City. Visit www.TheEpicenter.tv or 828-229-3033.
Alexander Missionary Methodist Church
Poor Mans Supper Sat. Feb 8, 6pm Everyone invited. 328 Poplar St., Forest City.
Hopewell-Hollis Community Clubhouse
Italian Night (Spaghetti & Lasagna) Sat. Feb. 8, 4-8pm. Adults $7.50, kids (6-12) $5.
The 2nd Annual Casino Night a fundraiser for Rutherford Town Revitalization is for Sat. Feb. 15, 7pm-11pm at the former Doncaster-Tanner Outlet/Water Oak Restaurant facility; 581 Rock Rd., Rutherfordton. For info or tickets call 828-287-2071 or check out Rutherford Town Revitalization on Facebook.
Rutherford Quilt Guild
Meeting held Mon. Feb. 10, 7pm at the First Baptist Church in Rutherfordton. Educator: Susan Perham and friends. Info; 828-288-3030.
Nature Photo Club
Meeting on Mon. Feb.10, 6:30pm. 108 E. Main St., Forest City. Visit: http://cnpa.org/ or call 828-289-5637.
Shelby City Park
6th Grade Girls’ Sports Day Feb. 11 & 12. 6th Grade Girl’s from Burns Middle School, Crest Middle School and Shelby Intermediate School will converge at the Shelby City Park for a clinic on all sports offered to girls. 850 West Sumter St., Shelby. 704-484-6811.
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