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Avery County

ARCHIVES POSTED JUNE 12, 2003   

NEWS


• High Country Conservancy Launches Host Of The High Country Giving Program
Local lodgings, visitors will raise funds for land preservation.

• High Country Programs Awaits Word On Clean Water Funding
Clean Water Management Trust Fund Receives Record Applications

• WNCW-FM’s Future on Hold for Now
Isothermal President Lewis to announce decision soon.

• Reaching Avery Ministry
Needy families in this area have for more than 20 years trusted Reaching Avery Ministry to provide furniture, food, clothing, monetary gifts and prayer support.




COMMUNITY


• Avery County Area A Winner Among Blue Ridge Country Magazine Readers
The Avery County area has scored big with readers of Blue Ridge Country.

• Stories Of Altapass
"Stories of Altapass" celebrates a community born beside a railroad winding its way through the Blue Ridge Mountains to distant coal fields.

• Relay For Life Thanks Corporate Sponsors

• Mast Stores Host First Ever Land Trust Day



• Book Fair for Literacy June 20 - 21 in Banner Elk

• Nosco Returns For The Season



Features


Dancing to the Beat of a Different Drum
West African Drum and Dance Class brings new culture to the High Country.>>FULL STORY

 

 

Handmade In The High Country
Small Towns Celebrate Partnerships >>FULL STORY

>>Handmade Releases 3rd Edition Of Craft Heritage Trails

Events and Happenings


• High Country Jubilee Chorus: A Tri-County Affair
Community singing group on tap next weekend

• LMST to Host Summer Theatre Nights at Banner Elk Café
On Wednesday, June 18, the series opens with Under the Big Top featuring musical selections from the LMST production of the award-winning musical Barnum.
>>Lees-McRae Summer Theatre Announces Season

• People, Places & Things
Artist Terry Cannon Opens New Show at Art Cellar

• Nosco Returns For The Season

• Mountainhome Music Features Scottish Streets

 

• App Summer Wine Tasting at Coffey’s Saturday

• Art Cels: Art Cellar Gallery Presents Animation Show

• ASU Announces 2003-04 Performing Arts Series




• Wildlife Magazine: N.C. Trout Measure Up To Earlier Times, Neighboring States

• Great Outdoors:Column by Morgan Klein

 


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