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September 17, 2014.
Dawn and Jerry
His name is Jerry Doty, a married man who lives in Ellenboro with his loving wife Dawn. Jerry is 54 years old and everybody who knows and loves him is hoping for a miracle. His situation is in God’s hands. The reality of his life began on August 22 of last year. He thought he had a case of acid reflex and finally went to the doctor. When he was completely diagnosed, Jerry had cancer - esophageal cancer!
A year ago East Rutherford football mixed up their offense and just had up and down defensive nights. This past Friday, I viewed an East Rutherford team that I’m more familiar in seeing. While they still lost 21-14 to a very good Kings Mountain team, the Cavaliers ran the ball well and did a great job on defense for most of the night.
You just can beat home cooking. This week I taking “Good Eats From Buck Creek” from my collection. Buck Creek Baptist Church is in Chesnee, our good neighbor. Welcome to September!
Sweet Potato Souffle • Tuna Casserole • Veg-All Casserole
Dr. Joey Faucette
What is it about babies that we just love so much?
When our first daughter was born, my brother came to visit us. Our daughter was old enough to travel so my brother wanted to take her to the mall on a little shopping trip. You know, the kind of shopping trip where the single uncle spoils his new niece.
So we packed him up and off they went. When he returned several hours later, he said, “People love babies. Everywhere I went, people stopped me and wanted to see her and talk with her.” Being single, he especially liked it when the attractive women stopped him.
What is it about babies that we love? Babies are just so real, so honest, so much themselves. They need something, they let you know. Otherwise, life is great and they smile and coo and play. They’re innocent, not requiring a whole lot that we can’t provide.
Babies really inspire us to do the same, to live a simple life; to enjoy the present moment because babies don’t worry about yesterday or tomorrow.
Live Positive like a baby today as you make a positive life in a negative world.
Arthur “Thomas” Daniel passed away peacefully on Friday, September 12, 2014.
Bonnie Marshall Tessnear, age 88, of Forest City, passed away on Wednesday, September 10, 2014.
Ella Mae Holland, age 78, of Ellenboro, passed away on Friday, September 12, 2014.
Estelle Lane Elliott, age 93, of Rutherfordton, passed away Thursday, September 11, 2014.
Harrell Ray Childress, age 59, of Forest City, passed away on Thursday, September 4, 2014.
Jeanette Gunter Huntley, age 88 of, Bostic, & a former longtime resident of Forest City passed away Monday, September 8, 2014
Lillie Mae Allison Jackson, 90, of Mooresboro, passed away on Saturday, September 13, 2014.
Lois “Granny” Owens, age 90, of Bostic, NC, passed away Tuesday, September 9, 2014.
Merle Lail Dixon, 76, of Rutherford County, passed away on Wednesday, September 10, 2014.
Mike Sharpe, age 53, of Ellenboro, passed away on Thursday, September 11, 2014.
I think every outdoorsman likes to think he could survive in some extreme conditions or circumstances when others could not. I often give thought to different scenarios when I’m outdoors. I think about what I would do or what supplies I would like to have if I were suddenly stranded. My first thought is a fully equipped camper with satellite TV and the NFL Sunday Ticket along with some gourmet coffee and my wife there to enjoy it all with me.
Inter-Denominational DVD Based Bible Study
Sunday 10:45AM. 3775 Parris Bridge Rd., Boiling Springs, SC 29316. Info: 828-247-4772 or e-mail
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Branch Road Baptist Church
BBQ Dinner, Sat. Sept. 20, 5pm-7pm. Plates $9, kids 4-10 $5, kids 3 & under free. Take out available. 621 Long Branch Rd., Forest City. 828-429-4479.
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.
Thermal City United Methodist Church
Homecoming Service, Sun. Sep. 21st. Worship Service 11am. Covered dish meal 12pm. Everyone welcome to come bring a well filled basket, enjoy worship and meal with family and friends. 301 Thermal City Rd. Union Mill.
Disc Golf Tournament, Sat., Sept. 20 South Mountain Disc Golf Course. 3rd Annual Dale Sollars Autumn Classic is open to all disc golfers. $25 registration includes players pack, lunch & prizes. A fund raiser event for South Mtn Christian Camp presented by the Foothills Disc Golf Coalition. Sponsored by PPG & AE Global Media. Info: Ranger Randy email@example.com
Benefit Ride for Doug Melton
Sat. Sept. 20 at Rutherford County Moose Lodge. KSU at 11am. $15 single, $20 double. Hot Dogs for all riders, non-riders $6 plate. Horseshoe & Cornhole Tournament after ride, $10 team, will draw teams. Silent Cake Auction. Bandana 9pm. Proceeds to Doug for medical expenses. Info: Philip 828-447-2454 or 828-245-0506.
4th Annual Cycle to Farm Tour
Travel around Polk County by bike sampling food & tasting wine. The Growing Cycle Bike Farm Tour, Sat. Sept 20 in conjunction with the regular farm tour. Starting point is Parker-Binns Winery at 8am, registration 7:30am. 28 miles of rolling hills.
Proceeds benefit Polk County Ag Center’s Demonstration Kitchen. Info; http://polkcountyfarms.org/events/2014-polk-farm-tour/ or Jimmi at 828-894-8218
Chase Corner Ministries
2nd Harvest Food Pantry, Tues. Sept. 23 at Providence United Methodist Church, 161 Providence Ch. Rd., Forest City. First come, first serve.
Drive for the Cure
4th Annual Drive for the Cure Golf Tournament, Sat. Sept. 27, 12pm. Benefits the Melanoma Research Foundation in memory of Brett Lamb at Apple Valley Golf Club, 112 Mountain Blvd., Lake Lure. Info: Tim 828-289-3933.
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