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June 25, 2015.
New officers were inducted at the end of the meeting. They are Regent Patsy Willis, Vice Regent Leechie McDonald (not pictured), Secretary Betty Taylor, Treasurer and Historian Jolene Porter (not pictured), Chaplain Ann Deviney, Librarian Ellen LoPresti a
The Griffith Rutherford Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, held its final meeting of the year recently.
Martha Franklin Dudley is pictured holding Hugh Cole as a baby.
Photos taken in Harris in the late 1940s have made their way back to Rutherford County, thanks to a man whose mother had held onto them fondly.
Just seven games remain in the first half of the Coastal Plains League and the Forest City Owls can only hope for better in the second half.
Anne Moore Wilson, of Lake Lure, passed away June 13, 2015 at home with her three grandchildren, Aun Paul Roberts of Lake Lure, Caroline Elizabeth Lynch of Fletcher, and Amanda Leigh Cummings of Asheville.
Arthur H. Hicks, Jr., age 85, of Bostic, passed away Wednesday, June 17, 2015.
Charles Steven Campfield, 77, of Nebo, NC, passed away, Thursday, June 18, 2015.
Donald Nelson Dysart, Sr., age 71, of Lincolnton, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, June 20, 2015.
George Clayton Huntsinger, 83 of Forest City passed away Wednesday, June 16, 2015.
Jesse Willard Harris, 83, of Mooresboro, passed away on Saturday, June 13, 2015.
Lisa Marie Goode, age 44, of Forest City, passed away Monday, June 15, 2015.
Mrs. Famey Emmer Hayes Nanney age 87 of Forest City, passed away Sunday June 14, 2015.
Mrs. Mary "Mud" Spangler wife of the late Broadus Spangler passed away June 17, 2015.
Mrs. Patricia Kay O'Neil Watkins, of Mill Spring, NC, age 43, passed away Sunday June 14, 2015.
Rocky Dale Jones, 52, of Chesnee, SC, went home to be with the Lord, Saturday, June 13, 2015.
Roscoe "Bob" Hutchins, 83, of Mooresboro, went home to be with his Lord on Wednesday, June 17, 2015.
One of the hardest things to do, it seems like, is find the good in situations. Sometimes as a hunter or a fisherman we tend to measure our day according to whether or not we have brought home something for the wall or the table. Without these trophies, sometimes we bemoan the day, cast blame, and easily find the negative. After all, it is pretty easy to in the world we live in to find all that's wrong with it. It must be the case in the outdoor world as well.
Melvin Hill Church of the Brethren, Polk County
Gospel Pickin' on the 1st Saturday of every month. Food served 6pm. Singing at 7pm. Everyone Welcome.
Liberty Baptist Church
Senior Adult Food Pantry, Seniors only, 60 years and up, no exceptions. Open Saturdays, 9am-11am, closed 5th Sat., & Holiday. Bring proof of age and income. 821 Webb Rd., Ellenboro. 828-453-0186.
Ongoing Book Sale
Rutherford Electric Membership Corporation; 186 Hudlow Rd., Forest City. Lots of great summer reading for low prices. Hardback, $1 and paperback, 50¢. Proceeds benefit the ACS Relay For Life of Rutherford County. Info, 828-245-1621 ext. 412.
Mobile Food Truck
Second Harvest Mobile Food Truck Tues. June 30, 10am. Harmon Street Baptist 398 Harmon St, Forest City. First come, first serve. Come early. Questions call 828-247-0096.
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