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April 23, 2014.
As 2014 reaches close to May, it’s time for spring high school teams to clarify whether they will or won’t find the postseason. Spring break is here, which means that teams are in tourney this week or taking time to rest.
On the local baseball scene, East Rutherford did it again, beating top dog Burns for the second time this season to climb within a half game of the Bulldogs in the South Mountain Athletic Conference.
The Mt. Pleasant Church Brotherhood continues to support free rides at the annual Ol’ Time Fair with their Show & Shine For Jesus event. The 8th annual car, motorcycle and tractor show will take place on Saturday, April 26th at the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, 397 Mt. Pleasant Church Road in Forest City. The morning of the show there will also be a motorcycle fun run.
It all begins at the Advance Wellness Center when the patient checks in.
On Saturday, April 12th, another new business made its’ debut in Rutherford County. In addition to creating more jobs, it also offers additional services in the medical field for Rutherford County residents.
This week I will once salute our neighbor in Chesnee, S. C. Buck Creek Baptist Church has a cookbook entitled “Good Eats from Buck Creek”. It is one of the best church cookbooks I have ever seen or used. For me it was a great find. So this week I’m sharing some recipes from Bucks Creek.
Maple Glazed Grilled Salmon • Meat Loaf • Quiche
Chimney Rock State Park Hosts Earth Day Celebration Saturday, April 26
Forest City One of Five Winners of “Livable Communities” Competition
Dr. Joey Faucette
Made a mistake lately?
As I mentioned yesterday, I was born with a head full of wonderfully curly hair and I was often compared to Shirley Temple as a child. I had no idea who Shirley Temple was since I was a toddler, but I always said “thank you” as my mother taught me. One day, my dad and I were shopping together and I saw a display of Shirley Temple videos. I got all excited and ran up to the videos and grabbed one. I turned around and yelled out to my dad in my loud two-year-old voice, “Look, Daddy! They made a movie about me!” He bought me three of them because I was so adorable.
We all make mistakes, don’t we? We can either take those mistakes and dwell on them or we can count on a divine chuckle along with a little help to turn our mistakes into a grand moment. Today, after you make a mistake, listen for a heavenly laugh and then discover how that mistake transforms into a grand moment for you.
Charles Thomas Coyne passed away on April 20, 2014.
Chris Taylor, age 54, of Rutherfordton, passed away Saturday, April 19, 2014.
Deborah B. Kiser, age 53, of Forest City, passed away Monday, April 14, 2014.
Edna Black Butler, 95, daughter of Ella Holland Black and Samuel Black passed away peacefully to her eternal reward on April 20, 2014.
Jack Briscoe Goforth, 56, of Cliffside, passed away on Monday, April 14, 2014.
Jean Laurelle Ermatinger, former lifelong resident of Webster & Fairport NY peacefully passed away on Sunday April 13th, 2014.
Jeannelou S. Hodgens, of, Cliffside, passed away Tuesday, April 15, 2014. Born on October 01, 1936, she was 77 years old.
John D Armstrong, Jr., age 94 of Rockwall, TX, and Paducah, KY, passed away April 17, 2014.
Robert Luther Clark, 71, of Mooresboro, passed away on Saturday, April 19, 2014.
Ruby Angel Alamilla, 46, of Union Mills, passed away on Monday, April 14, 2014.
Stanley Scott Metcalf age 59 passed away Saturday April 19, 2014.
Tony Scott Bailey, age 50, of Spindale, passed away Thursday, April 17.
One of the most enjoyable parts of turkey hunting is just watching the action. It’s not unusual for a gobbler and a few hens to be out of reach for a well-placed shotgun shot but well within a comfortable eyeshot. Not only do you get to see a big tom as he struts and sways but you get to also watch all of the subplots that surround the main story. One of the most entertaining shows happens when the jakes show up. These teenage males gain confidence when they’re with other jakes and they will gang up on an older bird but when by themselves they know they had better keep well away from the action.
Sunshine United Methodist Church
Sunday worship 9:45am, Sunday school 10:45am. Pastor: Rev. Keys Pendleton. 367 Depriest Rd., Sunshine.
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
Sunday school 10am. Worship service 11am. Mt. Olivet Church Rd. Ellenboro.
New Life Christian Fellowship Church
Mon., 7-8pm NA/AA “Lets Talk” Meeting. Wed., 7-8pm Bible Study. Sunday school 10-11am. Sunday Worship 11am. Need a ride? Transportation available. 299 E. Main St. Spindale. 704-477-6570.
Riverside Baptist Church
Revival w/Evangelist Frank Walker April 27-30, Sunday 11am & 6pm, Mon.-Wed., 7pm. Special singing every night. 1178 Hogan Rd., Forest City.
43rd Annual MAYFESTival
Sat., May 3, 8:30am-5pm on Main St., Rutherfordton. www.rutherfordtown.com or 828-287-2071.
2nd Annual Fishing for Fireman
Bass Tournament, Sat. May 3, rain or shine. Where: 3 possible lakes: Hickory, Norman, Wylie *SC rules apply. Registration by phone, 828-447-7350 or 828-289-2220 or by meeting Fri. May 2, 5:30-7:30pm at Ellenboro Fire Dept. Proceeds to Ellenboro Fire Dept. firemen’s fund.
Rutherfordton Great Strides 5K
Taking steps to cure Cystic Fibrosis, Sat. May 3, 9:30am at ICC. We invite you to form a team and walk to support and honor the children and young adults who have lost their battle and those who continue to fight CF. Info: 704-321-7852.
HOPE Support Group (Rutherford)
A series of 4 consecutive Tuesdays 10am, beginning May 6 at Hospice of Rutherford County’s Annette Cash Whitaker Center of Living, Forest City. Open to any adult who has lost a loved one. Info: 828-245-0095.
Rutherfordton Lions Club
10th Annual Golf Tournament, Wed. May 7 at Meadowbrook Gold Course. Proceeds to support the Lions Club. Info: 828-287-8085.
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