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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED JUNE 5, 2003   

NEWS


• ACHS Names Elizabeth Tedford First Valedictorian
Ashe County High School has their first valedictorian and salutatorian named this year.



• Judge Charles Phillip Ginn To Speak At ACHS Graduation
The Honorable Charles Phillip Ginnt will be the guest speaker for the graduation ceremonies at Ashe County High School.


• Will North Carolina Roll The Dice?
Tar Heel legislators and citizens are now looking at the map showing North Carolina alone in the region without a state lottery.



• Groups Vie For Occupancy Tax Money

• Jefferson To Consider Requesting Money For Proposed Subdivision

• ACHS Graduation Seniors Take Biggest Scholarship Total And Honors


COMMUNITY

• Relay For Life Meeting Set For Tuesday
Team captains for this year’s Relay will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 10, at Mt. Jefferson Presbyterian Church

• Ashe Animal Control Welcomes Adoptions During Busy Season
Ashe Animal Control is getting ready for a busy spring and summer season with lots of puppies and kittens coming into the shelter each week.


• Todd Crowns A National Champion
New York Player Edges Out Local Favorite For Top Resonator Player

• Ridge Run Show Fundraising Event Set For June 14th

• National Hunger Awareness Day Recognized Thursday, June 5




Features


Ashe Hosts First Production Of ‘The Scarlett O’Hara Complex’
Ashe Civic Center hosted a play this weekend that was written by Karen Wheeling Reynolds and it may become a nationally done production if it is selected to be published. >>FULL STORY

Finders and Keepers: The Sentiments of Sound
“What do you think this is?” Ron Hester inquired as he pointed to a small leather box. >>FULL STORY



 


Events and Happenings


• Green Valley Park Celebration A Showcase Of Music, Crafts
All Proceeds To Benefit Local Park


• South Pacific Comes To Ashe
When South Pacific comes to Ashe Civic Center, don’t be standing in line attempting to buy your tickets at the last minute.

• Thomas the Tank Engine Visits Tweetsie Railroad

 

• Exhibition Features New Works By Area Artist

• Elkland Art Center Presents Summer Theatre Camps

• Upcoming 6th-8th Graders Can Be In Performing Troupe

• “Art For The Garden” And “Natural Visions” Call For Entries

• Singer-Songwriter Series: A Folk Lovers Paradise

• Summer Youth Bowling League Begins

• Stephen Shoemaker To Sign Local Cookbook June 7

• Collector Of True Humor Tales To Be Featured At Skyland Books

• Hometown Opry Features Local Talent

• Free Family Festival Returns To Ashe County

• Summertime Blues
By August, residents and visitors to the Todd Community will have already been treated to some of the area’s – and nation’s - finest music.


• Appalachian Summer 2003 Schedule Announced
Schedule Announced: Lee Ann Womack, Mark O’Connor & Mingus Big Band featured.

 

• Shadow of the Hills Exhibit At Ashe Arts Center




• Knowing The Ropes
Outward Bound Offers Unlimited Mountain Adventure

• The Great Outdoors: Sports column by Morgan Klein


 


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