For every boy or girl who loves “Thomas The Train” it was a very special occasion. “Thomas The Train” is a spinoff of the “Thomas The Tank Railway Series” books written by England’s Rev. Wilbert Awdry and his son, Christopher.
Last week, #14, we had two guys tie in the Shelby Shopper & Info Football Contest, so we split the prize to $50.00 each.
Beautiful weather welcomed this year’s Casar parade held on Sunday, Dec. 2nd and the route was crowded on both sides of the road. One of the most colorful floats in the Casar Christmas parade was this contingent from Carpenter’s Grove Baptist Church. Children especially love the Casar parade because of all the candy that’s always given out.
Paul had a dramatic encounter with Jesus Christ on the road to Damascus. Read Acts, chapter 9. Paul had a choice to listen to the Lord or be blind for the rest of his life. Since Paul was willing to listen, God sent him some help. Some of you will say that is not like a loving God to be this way. It is His way or no way.
Paul had a dramatic encounter with Jesus Christ on the road to Damascus. Read Acts, chapter 9. Paul had a choice to listen to the Lord or be blind for the rest of his life. Since Paul was willing to listen, God sent him some help.
This past week I watched a show about the life and career of Johnny Carson. What I found most interesting about the one-time host of the Tonight Show was a piece of information passed on by one of his producers on the show. He remarked that while Carson was one of the first to do political humor on television
C.B. Terry, 84, of Terry Road, Ellenboro, died on Monday, December 10, 2012 at SECU Hospice House of Rutherford County.
Walter Harold Schmoutz, 81, of 202 Peach Street, died Tuesday, December 11, 2012, at Hospice of Wendover in Shelby.
There are about 30 days between the first deer rut and the second one. This second one is when those does cycle back into breeding phase if they were not bred during the first one. The time between these two can provide a little lull in the action. But I have actually found the second rut to be at times more productive than the first; especially if the weather has been cold.
Putnam Baptist Church, Shelby
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The Chapel of Christ, Shelby
Piecemakers Quilt Guild
Piecemakers Quilt Guild meets the first Wednesday of each month from 10:00am to 12:00pm at the Lincoln County Senior Center, Lincoln Campus of Gaston College, 511 Aspen Street, Lincolnton, NC, in room 319. We are here to teach and encourage those interested in the art of quilting.
The Arts Council of Lincoln County is once again sponsoring its annual Amateur Photography Competition. Entries will be accepted 10am until 4pm Friday and Saturday January 4th & 5th at the Lincoln Cultural Center, 403 East Main Street in Lincolnton. For additional arrangements,
At the South Mountain visitors center, a free, nature, "make your own ornaments" workshop was conducted by Park Rangers, Brad Costner and Amanda Lasley.
Cleveland County High School students (grades 9--12) plus Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy students, are invited by Post #82 of the American Legion in Shelby to compete in the Annual American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program.
Keep Shelby Beautiful presented its 2012 Appreciation awards to the Wal-Mart Distribution Center #6070 along with Cline's Nursery and ShelbyNursery. Pictured: Wal-Mart Distribution Center #6070 Presentation: L-R: Don Costner, Chairman of Keep Shelby Beautiful; Ken McGee and Jeff Earney of Wal-Mart Distribution Center.
Trey Warrick Presentation: L-R: Don Costner, Chairman of Keep Shelby Beautiful; Trey Warrick of Shelby Nursery.
Keep Shelby Beautiful presented its 2012 Appreciation awards to the Wal-Mart Distribution Center #6070; to John and Martha Cline of Cline’s Nursery and to Trey Warrick of Shelby Nursery at the Fred Blackley Keep Shelby Beautiful 2012 Service Award luncheon. This award is presented to those who have supported Keep Shelby Beautiful programs by their financial support and participation of KSB events.