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Avery County

ARCHIVES POSTED JUNE 19, 2003   

NEWS


• DOT Monies To Create New Streetscapes In Newland,
Banner Elk
Enhancement funds will make dramatic improvements.

• DOT Announces Avery Transportation Plan
TIP Shows Newland Streetscape, Multi-Lane Projects

• Forest Service Officially Opens First Wildlife Platform In Pisgah
Visitors To Linville Gorge Get Another View


• Going, Going, Gone



COMMUNITY


• The Great Train Robbery To Open July 1st
The Great Train Robbery, a 40,000 square foot retail complex is scheduled to open July 1st.

• Avery Senior Center Has New Look
Renovations create much needed space.

• President Robinson Welcomes Participants Of Summer Institue For Teachers



Features

The Mountain Times Toots A Hard-Earned Horn
When business owners invest in advertisements in The Mountain Times, they know they’re dealing with the best graphics department in town. >>FULL STORY


Events and Happenings


• Celebrating The Rhododendron
Festivals In Roan Mtn. and Bakersville This Weekend

• Avery Museum Opened For Season
The Avery County Museum, which is now open for the summer and fall seasons, is please to announce new and updated exhibits and services.

• Tickets for Doc Days Now on Sale
July 11 & 12 festival features Doc Watson, David Holt, Jeff Little and more.


• Singing On The Mountain To Feature Michael Whitson

• High Country Jubilee Chorus: A Tri-County Affair

• Schedule Set For First-Ever Book Fair
Event at Lees-McRae to celebrate High Country, North Carolina authors.

• Clark Gallery Announces 2003 Summer Season Openings

Carolina Brass To Kick Off FORUM Series June 24 At Lees-McRae

 

• FORUM At Lees-McRae College Announces 2003 Season

· 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

• Horn in the West Returns for 52nd Season
New production gets back to play’s roots.

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

• ASU Announces 2003-04 Performing Arts Series



Sports and the Great Outdoors


•Great Outdoors:Column by Morgan Klein

• All Lungs And Heart
Runners Build It Up To World Class At ZAPFitness

 


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