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Music at the Mills
Fri. July 12, 7pm. Supper 6pm. Featuring: Carolina Crawdads & Homegrown Music Union Mills Learning Center; 6495 Hudlow Rd. Union Mills.
Upcoming Blood Drive
•Sat. July 13, 7:30am-12pm at Cliffside Masonic Lodge; Old Main St., Cliffside, call Wayne Millis at 828-429-0212 for appt.
Extension Successful Gardener
Programs continue in July featuring the “Demonstration Garden” on July 13, 9am-11am at the Rutherford County Extension Cte; 193 Callahan-Koon Road in Spindale. Program is free, but call 828-287-6011 to register.
Buffet Breakfast
Gilkey School Community Center Sat. July 13, 7am-10am. Adults $5, kids 6-12 $3, 6 and under free. All you can eat. Proceeds help the Gilkey School Community Center. 
Mobile Food Pantry
Chase Corner Ministries is co-sponsoring a Mobile Food Pantry on Tues. July 23, 10am at Caroleen United Methodist Church; 137 Mills Ave. Caroleen. Please bring a box for your food. 828-247-0096.
Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser
Friday, July 26th, 5PM to 8PM at the Forest City Club House. Tickets are available til July 20th. $7 for adults 11 and over, $5 for child 4-10 years. Proceeds will go to help local talents for Michelle Hines and kids to perform in Florida in August. 

Organic Grain Field Day
Tues. July 30, 10am-2pm at the Cherry Research Farm in Goldsboro, NC. Registration fee of $10 (includes lunch) is required prior to July 26. Info: Molly Hamilton 828-272-1041.
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. 
Are You Ok Phone Reassurance Program: Designed to check on senior citizens & help them have peace of mind. Program provides a knowledge that someone cares and will check on them daily. No cost for this program. Contact Lt. Godlock 828-287-6395, Rutherford Co. Sheriff Office.
Crime Stoppers of Rutherford County: Program established for the purpose of obtaining info about criminal activity & fugitive felons. Have information about a crime? Report is anonymously. You do not have to reveal your name. Your info could get you a cash reward. Crime Stoppers 828-286-8477.
Advance Care Planning: Sessions consist of a private consult to understand the purpose and use of living wills and health care powers of attorney. Sessions are free. Call Joey Revis at Hospice of Rutherford County at 828-245-0095 to schedule an appointment or for more info.

Support Group - 3rd Tuesday of Every Month
If you are caring for a loved one with a debilitating disease we offer resources, education, and support on your journey. Come spend an hour and relax, learn, and make friends with caregivers in the same situation. Call 828-375-0046 for more info or if you need a caregiver to sit with your loved one during the group meeting. Crestview Baptist Church; 630 South Church St., Forest City. 
Rutherford County Farmers Market
Now Open: Tues., 7am-12pm, Thurs., 1-6pm & Sat., 8am-12pm. Variety of spring produce, crafts, baked goods, herbs and assorted plants. 1630 US 74A Byp. Hwy. Across from White Oaks Plaza.
Book Sale
Rutherford Electric Membership Corporation is having a book sale in the lobby of their office at 186 Hudlow Rd., Forest City. Proceeds will benefit the ACS Relay for Life. Hardbacks are $2 and paperbacks are $1. Hours: Mon- Fri., 8am-5pm. Info: Karen Black, 828-245-1621, ext. 412.
Domestic Violence Education/Support Group
Women who are victims of domestic abuse, or who never want to become victims, are invited to a free Domestic Violence Education/Support Group which meets 2 hours each week on Tuesdays.  Contact Dr. Johnnie Martin @828-286-9590 or Sally Claroni @ 828-245-1390, Ext. 104 for times and location.  Great information, interesting activities, and a caring, supportive environment.   

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