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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED JULY 31, 2003   

NEWS


• Ashe County Library Announces Plans For Big Expansion
Ashe County Library is planning a big expansion that will nearly double its current size.

• Hensley Home To Open In West Jefferson For Disabled Adults
The program will provide a home atmosphere that allow them to live as normally and as independently as possible.

• Demand For Food High, Supply Low At Hunger Coalition
Macaroni and cheese – that’s what hundreds of High Country families and individuals may be facing.

• High Country Secures Grants For Watershed Protection

• Sally Mae’s Plans Grand Opening This Weekend


COMMUNITY



• Womack Concert A Big Hit This Weekend
The Lee Ann Womack concert was a great success as Womack performed at Appalachian State University’s Kidd Brewer Stadium Saturday evening.

• Congregational Nurse Program Continues Progress And New Programs
First annual meeting set for August 9th.

• 4-H Summer Parks Program Finishes A Successful Year

• Cliffs Of The Bluff



Features

Ashe County Business Has Its Own Role In “Seabiscuit”
Local business owners, Gene Greene and Pete Yates of Cranberry Wood Works will soon see the results of their hard work in a movie released Friday.
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Events and Happenings



• Todd Music Series Hitting Stride
Weekly Events Featuring Top Acts

 

• Pandolfi Scheduled For Fourth Performance
Ashe County welcomes back Emile Pandolfi, an audience favorite, for a fourth performance.

• Doc: Down At The Depot
The now eighty-year-old master of American acoustic music still surprises after however many performances.

• Ashe Fiddlers Convention Kicks Off Saturday Evening
Proceeds To Benefit Local Scholarship Fund

• 21st Annual Gospel Singing Jubilee Will Draw Thousands To High Country

• Tales & Tomes in Todd
Diverse Authors Coming to General Store

• Amantha Mill Album Captures Acoustic Spirit
Newly Released CD on Sale in Todd Saturday

• Skyland Books Holds Luncheon



BREW Sends Bikes To Top Riders In X Games

 


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