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Neighborhood Calendar Oct 9, 2014
Relay for Life Kickoff
        The Relay for Life Kickoff will be Tuesday, October 21, 6:00pm at The First Baptist Church Gym in Shelby, NC.
Cleveland County Memorial Library, Shelby
        Phil Weathers, author of a book about the Beatles will be the presenter at this Thursday’s Garden Gate Program at Cleveland County Memorial Library from 12:15-12:45.  He will share interesting stories about the Beatles and the music of the 60’s and 70’s. The public is invited. The Garden Gate on October 16 and November 20 will feature music and stories by Georgiana Wright. On November 6, Ron McCollum, Outreach Coordinator with the Foothills Farmer’s Market will share information about Local Foods and big plans for the Market in our community. Garden Gate Programs are presented at the library every first and third Thursday from 12:15 to 12:45.  Bag lunches are welcome and beverages are served.
Cliffside Day
        Cliffside Day: October 11. Rain or shine. Welcome all past employees of Cone Mills, Duke Power employees and general public. Activities begin at 6:30am with breakfast; followed by flag pole dedication by Representative Mike Hagen at 9:00am. All day activities are planned with singing, children’s events, games. A BBQ lunch will be provided by Temple Baptist Church. Hot  Dogs and desserts prepared by Cliffside Baptist Church. Reasonable cost for food. Crafts and vendors welcome. Anyone interested in displays, please contact Bronny Hamrick at 828-429-4687.
NC Cooperative Extension, Cleveland County
        There will be a Cleveland County Farm, Tour Saturday, October 11, 9:00am to 3:00pm. $10 per adult and $5 per child (12 and under). Group rates (10 or more) available. Charter-bus transportation and local-grown lunch provided. Depart at 9:00am from USDA office at 844 Wallace Grove Road, Shelby, NC. Call 704-471-0235 ext 3 for tickets or more information. The tour will include: Boggs Farm Center, Thompson Farm, Underwood Family Farm and Knob Creek Orchard. Sponsored by Cleveland County Soil & Water Conservation, USDA, Farm Bureau NC, NC Cooperative Extension, Foothills Farmers Market, Carolina Farm Credit Country Mortgages, Dole, Case Farms, Armtech Insurance Services.
Broad River Genealogical Society, Shelby
        The following presentation has been planned in October at the Neal Senior Center, 100 T R Harris Dr., Shelby, NC.
        Sunday, October 12, 3:00pm - Dr. Melinda Ratchford a North Carolina Humanities Council Scholar will be presenting the Titanic, the Ship of Dreams. She will give a presentation on true facts about the Titanic, and the Carolina connections. She has studied the Titanic for over 50 years, and is a Professor at Belmont Abbey. Everyone that has heard Dr. Ratchford walks away with a better understanding of what actually happened on the Titanic. She is a graduate of Appalachian State University and UNC at Greensboro, and has a Doctorate degree from UNC Chapel Hill.
American Red Cross, Shelby
        American Red Cross, 1333 Fallston Road, Shelby, NC will have the following classes: CPR/FIRST AID/AED on October 15, 9:00am - 4:00pm; November 19, 9:00am - 4:00pm; and December 17, 9:00am - 4:00pm. To register for a class please go online to redcross.org or phone 1-800-733-2767.
Cleveland County Health Dept. Free Health Screenings, Shelby
        Cleveland County Health Department, Cleveland County Alliance for Health and Cleveland County Farm Bureau will host “Healthy Living for a Lifetime™ in Cleveland County, Thursday, October 16, 10:00am - 6:00pm, at Walmart, 705 E. Dixon Boulevard, Shelby, NC. Screenings offered: Cholesterol, Blood Glucose, Blood Pressure, Body Mass Index, and Vascular Ultrasound*. Receive educational materials, promotional items, refreshments and more! For more information, call 919-706-4159 or contact the Cleveland County Farm Bureau at 704-482-2436. No appointment necessary. 8 hours fasting recommended, not required. *Eligibility determined by medical staff at screening event. Screenings recommended for adults age 18+.
Hospice Cleveland County
        Hospice Cleveland County, 951 Wendover Heights Drive, Shelby, NC, will holding following events for October:
        Corks & Taps for Hospice - will be Thursday, October 16, 5:00pm - 9:00pm, the LeGrand Center, 1800 East Marion Street, Shelby, NC. This is a wine and beer tasting event and auction. Food provided by Smoke on the Square. Music by Swing: 30 and Black Coffee Trio. Tickets are $30 in advance, and $35 at the door. Tickets available at Copper Rock, Dragonfly Wine Market, Grapes in a Glass, Hospice Cleveland County Administration Building, Kings Mountain Hospice House, The Hospice Store, or Wendover Hospice House. For more information call ext. 168.
Lost Playwrights, Hendersonville
        Lost Playwrights will meet Saturday, October 18, at 3:30pm in the auditorium of Henderson County Library, 301 North Washington Street, Hendersonville, NC. All persons interested in theatre or creative writing are invited. There are no dues.
Casar Halloween Bash
        The Town of Casar, NC will hold their Halloween Bash - Trunk-or-Treat, Saturday, October 18, 4:30-8:00pm, at Casar Park. Halloween Parade is at 4:30pm. The Parade starts at Casar Elementary.  Trunk-or-Treat, Door Prizes, Haunted House, Bingo, Ghost Walk, Live Entertainment, Costume Contest, DJ, Games, Bounce House, Crafts, & More. It’s All FREE!!! Volunteers needed for Trunk-or-Treat. Halloween Costume Drive for underprivileged children in our area. Please help by donating used or new costumes to a collection box at Casar School, The Bob Shop, or at the Moses’ Yellow house at 5744 Casar Rd (Hwy 10) across from M & H Towing or they can pick up. Costume Pick-up days will be Friday, October 3 & 10, 6:00-8:00pm, Casar Park. For more info call Sharon, 704-473-5739. Check them out on Facebook @ Casar, NC
Holiday Gift Galleria, Shelby
        The holiday Gift Galleria is held by the junior charity league to help raise money to provide clothes for children in need. There will be over 60 vendors with all sorts of items for sale. Get your Christmas shopping done early! The dates are Friday, October 31 from 10-6:30, Saturday, November 1 from 10-6 and Sunday, November 2 from 12-4.
Singles Dinner Group, Shelby
        Singles 50 and over meet in Shelby, NC for dinner 1st Friday of the month at Golden Coral and 3rd Thursday of the month at Fisherman’s Feast. We enjoy dining together and other social activities welcoming new members. For more information, call Karol, 704-692-7003.
Parents Without Partners, Shelby
       PWP meets every Monday night at 7:00 pm. at the Shelby Presbyterian Church for educational programs and at other times as scheduled for monthly social activities including: dances, plays, and concerts. The dances are held at the American Legion from 6:30pm - 10:00pm. every 1st & 3rd Thursday night of the month.  For more information, call Connie at 704-487-1268 or Jo Ann at 704-538-9559.
Mental Health Association of Cleveland County
        Survivors of Suicide Support Group meets twice a month, with a daytime and evening meeting. The Evening Group meets the 2nd Monday of every month from 6:30pm - 8:00pm at The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer (502 W. Sumter Street, Shelby, NC).  The Daytime Group meets the last Tuesday of every month from 11:30am - 1:30pm at the Cleveland Memorial Library (104 Howie Drive, Shelby, NC). Sponsored by the Mental Health Association in Cleveland County. This group is not intended for those who have personally survived a suicide attempt.  For details, contact the Mental Health Association at 704-481-8637 or mha@clevelandcountymha.org.
Cleveland County Arts Council
        Private or Group Drawing and Painting Sessions with Steven Greenway. Having difficulty fine tuning your 2D artwork? Want to create clear colors instead of muddy colors in your watercolor or acrylic paintings? Stumped by not knowing how to clean up a glaring watercolor mistake? Do you want to bump up your drawing skills with better shading, directional lighting, perspective and figure drawing? Steven Greenway will help you improve your skills and more in one-on-one or small group sessions. These special instructive classes are held at the Cleveland County Arts Council by appointment only. Sessions are 1-½ hours long with individual instruction. These sessions are intended for serious minded artists interested in kick-starting their art career. Bring your own art materials and samples of your work. Steven Greenway has his MFA in Fine Arts from the Otis Art Institute. His experience includes book illustrations, graphic design, teaching, and private art instruction. He was employed as the art director for Clyde A Short and McDowell Technical Community College. Individual: $30 per session or $80 for three sessions Group: $25 per session per person or $70 for three sessions. Please call the Arts Council to set up times, 704-484-2787.
REUNIONS
Shelby High Class Reunion of 1964
        The Shelby High Class Reunion of 1964 will be held Friday, October 10 and Saturday, October 11, 2014.  The Class of ‘64 will meet on Friday at 4:30pm at Alston Bridges’ BBQ for a dutch treat dinner then fellowship later at Tom McCoy’s Barn.  On Saturday, October 11, the class will meet at the LeGrand Center for fellowship, dinner and dancing.  Contact Tom McCoy for more information 704-435-1516 (leave message), email mccoyv@bellsouth.net or visit the Class of 64 Facebook page.
Burns High School Class of 1974
        The Burns High School Class of 1974 will celebrate its 40th class reunion Saturday, November 1, 6:45-11:00, at the Owl’s Eye Winery, 1414 Metcalf Road, Shelby, NC. The doors open at 6:45pm and dinner will be served at 7:30. There will be a cash bar with wine and beer available. The cost is $30 per person. Dress is casual. Please make checks payable to BHS Class of 1974 and mail to Amy Lutz, 130 Lutz Rd, Lawndale, NC 28090 by October 11. There will also be a special welcoming station at the home football game on Friday, October 31 as Burns vs. Crest at 7:30pm. Next meeting is Saturday, October 18, 3:00pm, at Owl’s Eye Winery.

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