This group of kids enjoy a spin on the tea cup ride at this year’s Cleveland County Fair,
Nineteen boats blasted off at the weekly Thursday night bass tournament on Moss Lake last week.
The leaves are changing color and are beginning to fall. In my area this is one of the most beautiful times of the year.
Lafayette Street United Methodist Church, Shelby
Lafayette Street United Methodist Church, 1420 S. Lafayette Street (across from Food Lion), Shelby, NC will be having their Annual Fall Bazaar, Saturday, October 4, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Nine year old Gracie Soltis enjoyed performing flips and spins high above the ground as she went airborne on the bungy jump. Gracie said her experience at this year’s fair was “awesome”!
Will Phillips was awed by this big award winning white leghorn chicken in the poultry barn. As most youngsters, Will thinks the farm animals at the fair are really something to behold. If you’ve visited the fair this year, you had to enjoy all the agriculture displays and shows.
Prior to the Kings Mountain Mountaineer vs. Shelby Golden Lions football game, the 35th annual Jefferson Elementary PTO
Megan Lawing accepts the Grand Champion prize for her age group from judge Tom Devine at the Livestock Showmanship Circuit Monday evening.
All the hard work paid off for Megan Lawing and Regan Mitchem. The two youngsters pulled down top prizes for their handling Monday night in the lamb finale of the Catawba Valley Livestock Showmanship Circuit at the Cleveland County Fair.
Handlers from all three age divisions are seen here at the Catawba Valley Livestock Showmanship Circuit awards (lamb category) ceremony Monday night at the Cleveland County Fair.
Easy Does It! The Welcome Wagon Club of Cleveland County will sponsor a presentation by “Easy One” at the Neal Senior Center on Thursday, October 9 at 10:30 AM. Easy One, The Appalachian Trail name of Lee Barry, finished his last “thru-hike” of the Appalachian Trail ten years ago, at age 81, the oldest person to do so.
Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin and SHIIP, the Seniors’ Health Insurance Information Program
Our week #4 Shelby Shopper & Info Football Contest winner was Tom Metz of the Shiloh Community in Rutherford County.
On Thursday, September 25th, Shelby Police Chief, Jeff Ledford proudly presented three candidates for promotion.
Hundreds of donors to the Kings Mountain Historical Museum came together Saturday, Sept. 13, to dine on good food, bid on a number of valuable items in both silent and traditional auctions, and of course to find out which lucky ticket-holder was the winner of the $10,000 grand prize.
YOU CAN’T BEAT THE TASTE OF FAIR FOOD - Brenda Nanney loves the Cleveland County Fair and eating a roasted ear of corn,