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March 19, 2014.
It’s no shock that East Rutherford (4-1) is finding early success on the diamond. The only blip so far was a game in which they were outlasted by Cherryville. Most are feeling that Crest and Burns are the teams to beat in SMAC this year, but the Cavs have already picked up a statement win on the road against 9-4 to end last week. Two big games appear sooner than later as they will host Crest on March 25 and visit R-S Central on March 27.
Jared, Cane Creek manager, carries out another bag of Wrangler sweet feed.
It was built in 1939 by Uncle Wade Ensley who owned the land and sawed the timber to build the original store. The Cane Creek Grocery became “the everything store”! The store in Union Mills is a stop to get just about anything you need. Located at 4982 U.S. Highway 64, it opens at 5:30 a.m. and closes at 8:30 p.m. It not only sells groceries, pet food, farm animal food, meats, fresh produce, fertilizer, seed, and things from the grill but also will change your vehicles oil and do repairs as well as sell you gas.
This crazy weather has got me in a baking mood. So, into the kitchen I and turn the oven on. I got inspired this week when the grocery store had some bags of ripe and bruised bananas for just $2.00! I bought a bag and decided to make some pudding and also banana bread.
Banana Bread • Blueberry Muffins • Cheddar-Chive Beer Bread
Chimney Rock and Fox Mountain Guides Offer Rock Climbing As A Fun, Outdoor Family Cure For Spring Fever
Pink Ladies Indoor Yard Sale Will Benefit Rutherford Regionals Cancer Navigator Program
Dr. Joey Faucette
Do you learn from others?
John received a parrot as a gift. This parrot had a bad attitude and an even worse vocabulary. John tried and tried to change the bird's attitude by doing anything he could think of to "clean up" the bird's vocabulary. Finally, John was fed up and yelled at the parrot. The parrot yelled back. So John grabbed the bird and put him in the freezer.
For a few minutes the parrot squawked and kicked and screamed. Then there was total quiet. The bird didn’t even peep for over a minute. John got worried and quickly opened the freezer door. The parrot calmly stepped out onto John's outstretched arms and said, "I believe I may have offended you with my rude language and actions. I'm sincerely remorseful for my inappropriate transgressions and I fully intend to do everything I can to correct my rude and unforgivable behavior."
Then the parrot said, "May I ask what the turkey did?"
Do you need to change some way you act? Look around you and learn from others why you should change as you live positive.
It doesn’t take too many warm days in a row and one begins thinking spring. And with the recent time change, I’m all in! It’s official for me. Let the world begin again – afresh, anew, and with gobs of possibilities of which all include the outdoors.
I think the toilsome, long winter only magnified my excitement about the upcoming warm days. Stories of limits of crappie have stirred my restlessness as well. My mind is running wild. I have a substantial list of things I need to do around the house. Spring cleaning has become spring restoration. I am also eager to jump on a tractor and prepare fields and to even plow up my little garden.
St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church
Women’s Auxiliary selling Spaghetti plates Sat. March 22, 11am-2pm. $6. 330 N. Ridgecrest Ave., Rutherfordton.
Harvest House Baptist Church
Fish Fry, Yard Sale & Car Wash held for Gwendolyn “Gwen” Hopper Sat. March 22, 7am-4pm. 2938 Harris-Henrietta Rd., Mooresboro. Hosted by Nalaya McEntyre and The Harvest House Baptist Church Youth.
Henrietta First Baptist Church
Revival March 23-26. Sunday, 11am & 6pm. Mon.-Wed., 6:45pm. 2736 Harris Henrietta Rd. 828-657-5991.
Tri-City Baptist Church
Creation Seminar Sun. March 23, 6pm. 910 Piney Ridge Rd., Forest City.
Community Empowerment Awareness Event
Sat. March 22, 11am-2pm at Edward C. Steward Park; 500 Highland Ave. Spartanburg, SC. FREE FOOD & 300 FREE BOXES of household products/paper towels, toilet tissue, personal hygiene, etc. 1st come 1st served. FREE diapers. Sponsored By: Word of Deliverance R.O.T.W. Reaching Outside The Walls Ministries, Chesnee, SC. 864-461-7178.
•Mon. March 31, 3pm-7pm at Gilkey School Community Center; 217 Gilkey School, Rutherfordton. For more info or to schedule an appt, please call 828-287-4120.
Toy Train Museum Opening
The Right Track To A Cure For Pancreatic Cancer, an interactive toy train museum in Lake Lure; 2414 Memorial Highway (Rts 64/74A) will open for the season on Fri. April 4, 1pm. For more info, go to The Right Track Toy Train Museum on Facebook or call 828-289-4429.
Annual Shrimp & Grits Fundraiser
Event for Hickory Nut Gorge Outreach on Fri. April 4, 5-8pm at Camp Lurecrest; 207 Charlotte Dr., Lake Lure, NC 28746. Adults $15, kids under 12, $5. Local entertainment and a dessert auction. Tickets are for sale now. Info: www.hickorynutgorgeoutreach.org or call, 828-625-4683.
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