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August 27, 2014.
Week one of high school football is in the books and things went halfway right for Rutherford County on the gridiron.
R-S Central (1-0) took the biggest win of the week, finally getting over the McDowell dry spell with a 26-15 road win. The Hilltoppers had an inauspicious start, but flipped the script by dominating the second half.
In the 34th Annual The Junior League World Series, the Rutherford County Little League team became the Southeast North Carolina Champions. Manager Curtis Snethen said: “This team is one of the best in its age group that I have ever fielded. They did a phenomenal job! I can’t say enough good things about them.”
One of the nicest places in Rutherford County that retains its’ country charm is Sunshine in Bostic. Sunshine Elementary School has a neat cookbook, “Cooking with Sunshine”, Volume II. This week I’ll gather good recipes from this book.
Mary’s Pound Cake • Raw Apple Cake
Dr. Joey Faucette
Do you multi-task at work?
Monday is Labor Day in the U.S., that day when you celebrate the American worker by taking a day off. Workers, not just American ones either, are often rewarded for multi-tasking, i.e., doing more than one thing at a time. Supposedly you’re more productive when you keep several things going on at once.
Lately, I’ve been wondering how true that is. Think about it for a minute: the football receiver who drops a pass or lets the ball go right between his hands oftentimes tries to run without the ball, turns his head to look up field before he catches the ball in anticipation of what’s ahead. But it really doesn’t matter what’s ahead since he didn’t catch the ball. His coach tells him to focus on the fundamentals—catch the ball, then run; do one thing at a time.
That’s great coaching to Live Positive, too—focus on the fundamentals. When you do one thing at a time you concentrate more deeply, experience less stress and more success. So Live Positive and Work Positive by paying attention to what’s most important, and do one thing at a time.
Bill Max Harris, age 77, of Henrietta, passed away Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
Billy Wayne Harris, age 71, of Rutherfordton, passed away Thursday, August 21, 2014.
Carla Thompson, age 46, of Rutherfordton, passed away Monday, August 18, 2014.
Cynthia Lee “Cindy” McCrory, age 57 of Lexington, SC and formerly of Forest City passed away Friday, August 22, 2014.
Garett Lewis Mode, 62, of Spindale, passed away Monday, August 18, 2014.
George Moss Bridges, 82, of Mooresboro, passed away on Thursday, August 21, 2014.
Joseph Marion Head, Jr. age 67, passed away Monday, August 18, 2014.
Mrs. Glenda Faye Robertson Clontz age 60 of Bostic, went home to be with The Lord on Sunday August 17, 2014.
Richard Arlen Waddle, Jr., age 56, of Forest City formerly of Raleigh passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
Roberta “Bobbie” Harris, age 77, of Rutherfordton, passed away Thursday, August 21, 2014.
Woody “The Hot Dog Man” Shahan, age 70 of Spindale, NC, passed away Monday, August 18, 2014.
Seventeen and one-half miles. That’s the mark. That’s when the hill starts. That’s when I go from a comfortable ride to a heart-pumping, sweat-drenching climb. It only lasts about a half of a mile but that one-half of a mile seems to stay in the forefront of my mind until I begin my coast down the other side. Yesterday I began to notice this truth and was amazed. I had pedaled up this hill many, many times. It’s hard but not too hard. It hurts but not that bad. But for some reason, I just kept looking at my watch and counting down the miles until the hill was in front of me. I struggled to enjoy the first seventeen miles. I struggled to keep my eyes and mind on the beautiful surroundings. Instead I fought a mental battle that had buried itself from a previous time when that hill was much more difficult.
Holy Ground Community Church
Gospel Music Jam & Free Supper for all every Tues., 6-8pm. Bring your instrument. Sunday Worship, 10am & 6pm. Wednesday Worship, 6pm. 124 Fairhope St., Forest City (near National Guard Armory).
Sunday 10:30am. Tuesday 7pm. Youth Ministry Tues., 7pm. Dr. Joseph & Lynette Dutton, Lead Pastors. 131 Countryside Dr., Forest City. www.theepicenterchurch.org
Melvin Hill Church of the Brethren, Polk County
Gospel Pickin’ on the 1st Saturday of every month. Food served at 6pm. Singing at 7pm. Everyone is welcome.
Mt. Olivet Baptist Church
Weekly schedule: Sunday school 10am. Worship service at 11am. Mt. Olivet Church Road, Ellenboro.
The Journey Church, Rutherfordton
The Journey Riders invite you to be a part of their weekly Bible study Thursdays, 6:30pm. 828-289-9645, 828-919-0009.
Rockin’ Naturalist Guided Hikes
Saturdays, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27; 11am-12pm. Explore Chimney Rock’s trails with a Park naturalist or State Park Ranger to learn about plants, wildlife, geology and more along the way. Or, we’ll head “off the beaten path” to discover less-traveled areas of the park. More details at chimneyrockpark.com
Hospice In Need of Items: Trash bags, laundry detergent, cleaning products dish detergent, Lysol spray, liquid hand soap, paper towels, Kleenex tissue, toilet tissue, etc. Info: 828-245-0095.
Starting back Tues., Sept 9 & 23 in our new location: Hickory Log BBQ. We appreciate everyone who has supported us and hope you will continue to do so. Please tell your friends about our new day & location. Come eat, play bingo and support both the restaurant and the Community Pet Center
Fair Field Mountains VFD
3rd Annual Fish Fry Fund Raiser, Sat. Sept. 13, 4pm-7pm at the Rumbling Bald Resort Beach Pavilion. Rain or Shine. Adults: $10, kids $5 (10 & under). All proceeds to benefit Fire Dept.
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