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August 6, 2014.
Still gearing up for high school football? This past week was the first official practice and all teams seem to be glad about being back on the football field. The Rutherford Weekly caught up with the coaches after the first practice and here is what they had to say.
At R-S Central, Mike Cheek begins his 11th season as the Hilltoppers head coach. They have 11 starters returning (3 offense/8 on defense), which isn’t half bad for the boys in blue and white.
Each year on the Fourth of July, we celebrate our nation’s independence with camping trips, cookouts, barbecues, and fireworks. We celebrate freedom. This year was no different for most, but for Run Against Addiction’s Angie Sanford and her daughter Ayla, this year’s Fourth of July celebration took on a whole new meaning.
This week I’m using Bethel Baptist Church in Ellenboro’s cookbook, “Forward by Faith”. It’s 268 pages full of great recipes and information.
Easy Pound Cake • Black Walnut Pound Cake • Mae’s Pound Cake
Dr. Joey Faucette
Can your little kid come out to play?
I had been working particularly long, intensive hours for several weeks in a row. I was tired beyond what a good night’s sleep can recover. So I decided it was time to invite “little Joey,” my inner child, out to play to keep me from becoming a dull boy.
Now “little Joey” is always ready to come out to play. This particular day I decided to make a list of fun things I did when I was a kid and do some of them. So I wrote my list and it went something like this:
1. Go fishing.
2. Walk a dog.
3. Hang on monkey bars.
4. Skip rocks across a pond.
5. Kick a can.
6. Catch a frog.
That day, I decided to walk our yellow Lab, Jake, and not only did we walk, but we wrestled around in the backyard and threw the ball and played with the water hose. It was great!
So how often does your inner child get to come out and play? You were created to do something besides work all the time; to play and enjoy the world around you, too. So invite your little kid to come out and play as you listen to life and Work Positive today!
Arthur Hill Frazier, 67, of Rutherfordton, passed away Thursday, July 31, 2014.
Edward Lee Barrier age 74 of Rutherfordton passed away August 2, 2014.
Elizabeth “Lib” Patterson Hamrick, 74, loving wife, mother, grandmother, & great grandmother, passed away Thursday, July 31, 2014.
Harold E. Mayse, 83, of Forest City, passed away Wednesday, July 30, 2014.
Janice Lorraine Mereweather Lewis age 73 of Lake Lure, passed away August 1, 2014.
M. Theodora “Teddy” Kennedy age 77 of Union Mills passed away August 2, 2014.
Robert Bryan Queen, Sr., 66, of Rutherfordton passed away Friday, August 1, 2014.
Rochelle Curtis, 68, of Lake Lure, passed away Thursday, July 31, 2014.
Tammy Annette Fishtorn, 43, of Columbus, passed away Sunday, July 27, 2014.
Travis Anthony Foster, age 50, of Forest City, passed away Tuesday, July 29, 2014.
Wayne Short, age 53, of Forest City, passed away Saturday, July 26, 2014.
I had watched several bucks from the safe confines of a barn. They came out each evening and fed in a field that had only been planted about a month prior. Of the five bucks that were pretty consistent, there was one ten pointer that I kept my eye on even though he was not much bigger than one of the large six-pointers. When the season opened, I sat in my stand for two afternoons in a row only to watch the deer stay several yards below the reach of my bow.
Sunday 10:30am. Tuesday 7pm. Youth Ministry Tues., 7pm. Dr. Joseph & Lynette Dutton, Lead Pastors. 131 Countryside Dr., Forest City. www.theepicenterchurch.org
Pleasantview Community Church
Revival/Homecoming: Aug. 6-10. Service times: Aug. 6-9, 7pm. Sunday morning Homecoming. Sunday School 10am, Worship 11am. Preaching: Jarred McKinney. 129 Michael Dr., Forest City. 828-248-2270.
Big Springs Baptist Church
Snyder Family Band in concert, Sat. Aug. 9, 7pm. Love offering concert. 534 Big Springs Church Rd., Ellenboro.
High Shoal Baptist Church
Chicken Pie Dinner, Sat., Aug. 16, 4pm-6pm. Adults $6, Kids 12-6 $3, under 6, free. 828-657-6448. Proceeds to the Needy Family Christmas Fund. 284 High Shoals Church Rd., Henrietta.
Kistlers Chapel UMC
Jungle Safari VBS, Sat. Aug. 16, 10am-3pm. Ages K-5, lunch provided. 3060 Poors Ford Rd., Rutherfordton.
The Gilkey School Community Center is having a Coat Drive until the end of September. Contact Gail Parton 828-287-4830 or 828-289-5208 or Hilda Roper 828-287-5673 or you can take a coat to the Tanner Store downtown Rutherford and get a 10% discount in store purchase.
Meet and Greet
Rutherford County GOP Candidates, Sat. Aug. 23, 1-3pm. Ice cream social. 202 North Main Street, Rutherfordton.
Rutherford County Home Builders Association
2014 High School Scholarship Raffle, drawing for a Taurus TCP 380, $200 cash, $100 cash, $75 cash. Do not have to be present to win. Drawing: Oct. 4, 14. Info: Douglas Bailey, 828-696-5424.
Free Spay and Neuter
PAWS of Rutherford County & The Community Partnership for Pets (CPPI) in Henderson County have joined forces to offer free spay/neuter to any Pit Bull dog or Pit Bull mix dog in Rutherford Co. Will spay/neuter every Pit Bull or Pit Bull mix free. Includes a rabies shot. No income limit. There is no time limit on this offer. It is our desire to curb the rate of euthanasia for Pit Bull and Pit Bull mixes in Rutherford County.
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