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September 10, 2014.
The previous week, it was a 4-0 sweep for Rutherford County football, but this past Friday went a lot differently.
R-S Central proved that they could score quickly against Polk, but turnovers literally doomed the Hilltoppers in a 33-12 loss.
If you live in Western Carolina, then there is only one place you need to be on Saturday, September 13th! It’s at Globe Park in Forest City at the annual Snuffy Jenkins Festival. The gates open at 10 a.m. and the non-stop music begins at 11 a.m. and continues showcasing great music until 7 p.m. If you love the music of our land this festival is all about bluegrass music and the close relatives in the acoustic music tradition.
This week I’m depending on the “Favorite Recipes” cookbook from Tanner’s Grove United Methodist Church. The church was established in 1850 and so there are many tried and true recipes in their cookbook.
Squash Casserole • Scalloped Tomtaoes & Artichoke Hearts • Marinated Carrots
Protect Your Health With Preventative Screenings
Dr. Joey Faucette
Do you have weeds?
Last month, it was unusually hot in the part of the world where I live. So I decided that early morning was the best time to do some outdoor work like pulling weeds and grass out of our flower beds. The temperature was cooler and the humidity lower…and there were no interruptions at 6:00 a.m.
I also discovered that it was a great time to listen to life and pray and meditate. There’s no one around to want anything from me. I’m outdoors which is my favorite place in the world to be. And I’m doing a rather mindless task—pulling weeds and grass out of my rose beds—or at least I thought it was…until as I pulled the weeds and grass, I realized that there were some rogue habits and attitudes growing in the spiritual bed of my heart; a place where I was to cultivate good character traits could be overrun with the bad and ugly. So as I cleaned out weeds, I cleaned out my spirit. I uprooted the negative so the positive could be nourished and grow.
Cultivate your spirit by rooting out the bad and ugly and growing the good as you listen to life and make a positive life, not just a living, in a negative world.
Beatrice Hudson Bumgarner, age 70, of Bostic, passed away Sunday, August 31, 2014.
John Henry “Jack” Jenkins, age 89 of Forest City passed away Saturday, September 6, 2014.
Keith Rex Michaels, 76 years old, a true soldier of the cross, went home to meet his beloved Savior on September 6th, 2014.
Robert “Bobby” Waters, age 66, of Rutherfordton, NC, passed away Monday, September 1, 2014.
Robert Perry Williams, 99, of Forest City, passed away Wednesday, September 3, 2014.
Roscoe Reece “Jack” Ayers age 88 of Spindale went home to be with the Lord on Thursday September 4, 2014.
Ruby Lee Baynard, age 99, of Forest City, passed away September 5, 2014.
Swannie Thompson Hill, age 68, of Forest City, passed away Tuesday, September 2, 2014.
It seems on opening day, all the sights, sounds, touches, and smells are at their highest peak. After being gone from the woods for several months, I am more aware of these things on the first few days of hunting season. I am especially fond of the smells that come through the cool, damp air.
True Word Baptist Church
Homemade Pound Cakes Fundraiser, $25. Taking orders. These are plain with no icing. Plain, Lemon, Coconut and Chocolate. Proceeds go toward the church. Contact 828-248-2812, leave message.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Emergency Preparedness Fair, Sat. Sept. 20, 11am-2pm. Free admission. 250 Mt. Pleasant Church Road, Forest City.
Alive Now Spiritual Formation Group, Sundays at 10am. Come early at 8:45am for FORWARD modern worship & light food. East Main Street at Methodist Dr. 828-286-2281 or email@example.com
Praising in the Park
Sat. Sept. 13, 4pm. Rogers Park; 55 West Howard St., Tryon, 28782. Featuring: Devine Harmony, Bishop Tony Thompson & Victory Temple Choir, Golden Trumpets, New Vernon Dance Ministry, Monks Grove Adult Choir, Reverence, India Godlock, Steve Hardin, Georgia “Ess” Washburn, New Telenaires, Moores Grove Dance Ministry. Sponsored by Unity in the Community. Funded by: The Polk County Community Foundation.
Benefit Ride for Doug Melton
Sat. Sept. 20 at Rutherford County Moose Lodge. KSU at 11am. Ride $15 single, $20 double. Hot Dogs with fixings for all riders, non-riders $6 per plate. Horseshoe & Cornhole Tournament after the ride, $10 per team, will draw for teams. Silent Cake Auction. Bandana at 9pm. All riders with armbands, free admission. All proceeds to Doug for medical expense from grill accident. Contact Info: Philip Walker AKA Iceman. 828-447-2454 or 828-245-0506.
Tues., Sept 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.
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.
Grace of God Rescue Mission Needed items: Sectional plates, bowls, plastic forks & spoons, cups, napkins, paper towels, gallon canned foods, personal hygiene items, coffee, sugar & cleaning items. 828-245-9141.
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