Join Communities In Schools, seven exciting couples and Miss North Carolina for an evening of fun, food and festivities.
I am writing this to clear up a lot of preaching today. When our God uses the word hate it is one way of saying not first. To someone who is not his choice or one who does not listen.
Betty Ann Cooper, age 67, of Barbara Street, Forest City, NC died Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at the Hospice House of Rutherford County.
Billy Joe Sandifer, age 59 died Tuesday October 9, 2013 at Cleveland Regional Medical Center.
Corene Costner Kendrick, age 94 died Tuesday October 8, 2013 at Cleveland Regional Medical Center.
George Bennett Kountz III went to be with the Lord on October 5, 2013.
Jennifer Goodman Rippy, 44, died Monday October 7, 2013 at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.
Phebe Eaker Beam, age 79, of 111 Harrilson Road, died October 7, 2013 at her residence,
The leaves are changing color and are beginning to fall. In my area, this is one of the most beautiful times of the year. Thousands will come to see the autumn colors that blanket the mountains of East Tennessee.
Rehobeth United Methodist Church, Shelby
Rehobeth United Methodist Church, 2036 Rehobeth Ch. Rd., will be having a Community Pancake Supper, Thursday, October 10, 6:00pm - 8:00pm. Pancakes, Sausage, Grits, Biscuits and Gravy, Eggs and Fruit. $8 a plate for adults, $5 for kids. Children under 6 eat free. Dine in or carry out.
Roger Ridge Ranch Arts & Crafts, Smyrna, SC
First Annual Roger Ridge Ranch Arts & Crafts Festival, October 12, 9:00am - 6:00pm, 4000 Canaan Church Road, Smyrna, SC. Admission at Entrance $5 - Children 12 & under Free. Twelve prominent Carolina Artisans with displays, Petting Zoo and hayrides for kids, great food and treats. Information, 803-517-8046.
Cleveland County Memorial Library is pleased to host Minerva Synergy’s Tenth Annual Art show, beginning October 3 through December 2, 2013.
For several years, the late Phyllis Elmore coordinated a livestock show that allowed the students of the Burns High School Health Sciences and Agriculture classes to assist students of North Shelby School in the opportunity to participate in agricultural events.
Introduced to the Carolinas in 1994, the Carolina Renaissance Festival approaches its 20th year of bringing medieval cheer to the metro-Charlotte region. Nearly 190,000 attendees are expected to time travel to the fictional village of Fairhaven to experience the festival, held on weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, from October 5th - November 24th.
For several years, Mrs. Phyllis Elmore coordinated a livestock show that allowed the students of the Burns High School Health Sciences and Agriculture classes to assist students of North Shelby School to participate in agricultural events.
The E-Tracker Project: Tracking Daily Electric Energy Use and Weather Data
The 7x24 Exchange Carolinas Chapter recently presented $5,000 to three North Carolina community colleges, including Cleveland Community College.