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Rutherford’s Top 10 High School Sports Stories/Moments From This Season
Kevin Carver
Rutherford’s Top 10 High School Sports Stories/Moments From This Season
Who knew what was to come this season among Rutherford County high school athletic teams in Rutherford County. One thing is for sure, Rutherford County was successful, brought some excitement and finished off the school year with a state title. Here are the top ten stories and/or moments among high school sports this school year.
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Rutherford Regional Hosts Third Annual  “PINK OUT Night” With Forest City Owls
Rutherford Regional Hosts Third Annual “PINK OUT Night” With Forest City Owls
For the third year, Rutherford Regional’s Cancer Resource Center sponsored the Forest City Owls “PINK OUT Night” at McNair Field. All the baseball players wore special pink uniforms. even the socks, bats, and the base-bags were pink. The scoreboard  proudly proclaimed “Let’s Go Pink Ladies!”
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Owls Baseball
Owls Baseball

Pink Out Night

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Owls Baseball
Owls Baseball

Pink Out Night With The Forest City Owls

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Listen To Life
Dr. Joey Faucette
Listen To Life

Do you remember the movie, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade had a scene near the end of the movie, when Indy was very close to finding the Holy Grail.  He stood looking across a deep, almost bottomless valley to a cave entrance, only there appeared to be no way to get across.  His map told him that in faith, he had to step out into the nothingness.  To his eyes, making the step into nothingness was certain death.  Making the step took faith.

When he did, when Indy took that step, an invisible bridge appeared, a bridge that stretched across the valley.  He walked safely across to the cave that held the Holy Grail.

Sure, it’s just a movie.  But almost every day, you have an opportunity to step out into the unknown with a step of faith as God calls you to discover your destiny.  You have the freedom of choice:  You may choose to turn around and walk back.  Or, you may step forward into the unknown and go with God.

You are free to make a choice today.  Take your step and believe that the way will appear for you as you Work Positive and Live Positive.

Adapted from Work Positive in a Negative World, Dr. Joey’s next book.

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Outdoor Truths
Gary Miller
Outdoor Truths
    This time of year I always try catching some pan fish. I really enjoy this slow, unhurried, outdoor activity. It’s especially good after managing the deadlines of deer and turkey seasons and an occasional bass tournament. There are no seasons for bluegill and crappie. If today is unsuccessful, maybe I’ll go tomorrow… or maybe not. And there is nothing like fried fish from these varieties. Yes, fried. 
    I remember the days when there was no such a thing as calories, carbohydrates, and cholesterol. At least I didn’t know there was. Now it seems that anything that is fried is bad for me.
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Church News

Church Happenings 6/19/13-6/25/14
Church Happenings 6/19/13-6/25/14

Full Gospel Revival Church
Singing, Sunday, June 22, 2:00pm. Special guest singers: The Voices of Hope. 4799 Highway 64/74A in Rutherfordton.
Piney Ridge CME Church
Revival Services, Mon.-Wed., June 23-25, 7pm nightly. 4421 Hudlow Rd., Union Mills. 
Pleasantview Community Church
Vacation Bible School, June 23-27, 6-8:30pm. Meal served 5-5:45pm. 129 Michael Dr., Forest City.

Crossfire Ministries
Up and coming Basketball Camp at R.S. Central High School. June 23-26, $75 per camper. Boys and girls ages 6-12. We have camps that run from June to July. We also are user friendly in that you can sign up and pay online at www.crossfireministry.com 
Church of Christ
FREE Bible Study Course by mail. Get to know God better. Leave name, address & phone number. 115 Clay St., Forest City. 828-245-2720.

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Community News

Community News 6/19/13-6/25/14
Community News 6/19/13-6/25/14

Country Breakfast
All-You-Can-Eat Country Breakfast, Sat. June 28 at Whitehouse Community Center; 5408 Painters Gap Rd., Union Mills. Adults $5, kids 12 & under $2.50, under 6 free.
South Mountain Christian Camp
Is in need of basketballs, soccer balls, volley balls, ping pong paddles and balls, zip lock bags in sandwich, quart and gallon sizes, an automobile battery charger and outdoor benches. If you would like to donate new or gently used items in this list, please contact us at 828-245-3322, or bring them by the camp office anytime, Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. 

Hope Support Group: A series of four consecutive Tuesdays every other month; next series begins July 1 at 6pm at Hospice of Rutherford County’s Annette Cash Whitaker Center of Living. Facilitated by Terry Honeycutt, meetings are free for any adult who has lost a loved one.
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
Meeting 1st Monday of each month. Supper at 6pm, meeting at 7pm. We also welcome all transfers from other Legion Post. American Legion Post 423; 406 Boss Moore Rd., Caroleen. Info: 828-657-6145.
American Legion Post 74
Meets every month on the 2nd Tuesday at the Legion Hut; 947 US 221 S. Rutherfordton. Dinner at 6pm, meeting to follow. Chuck Brooks, Commander. 828-287-1294 or cwb1492@aol.com

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