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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED AUGUST 28, 2003   

NEWS


• Ashe JobLink Begins New Employment Program Next Week
A new program, STARS, will begin next Wednesday on Sept. 3rd.

• Investing In Community Supported Agriculture
Open house at Upper Mountain Research Station highlights program.


• Community Service Starts This Year For Incoming Freshmen
School bells have rung and the Ashe County Board of Education has approved a motion instituting a new program for this year’s incoming freshmen.

• AngelouEconomics Makes Recommendations On
Target Industries
AngelouEconomics (AE) made several recommendations recently of various industries Ashe County can choose to possibly target to recruit to come to the county.

• Hensley Home Seeks Help With Wish List Needs
The Northwest Alliance CDC, a faith based organization that serves Northwestern North Carolina, is nearing completion of its first group home for the developmentally disabled.



COMMUNITY


• Hospice Fundraising Breakfast Scheduled At Shatley Springs
The Annual Hospice Breakfast will be held Sept. 10th at Shatley Springs Restaurant.

• High Country United Way Holds Benefit Golf Tournament
Golfers can tee off to help the High Country United Way next month.


• Blues Party In Todd
First Festival draws crowds and raves.



• Coming Attractions
Advantage West, High Country Host present heritage area update.



Features


Frasers Experiences Continued Success In Downtown West Jefferson

Frasers, the newest casual dining restaurant in town has had great success in the downtown arts district of West Jefferson since their opening. >>FULL STORY


Events and Happenings


• Award Winning Documentary Featuring Elk Shoals To Play At Civic Center
“Trust Me”, a documentary that was shown this Spring at the RiverRun International Film Festival and won the Vision Award at the festival, will be shown in Ashe County on Sept. 20th at 4 p.m. at the Ashe Civic Center.


• Zen And The Female Body
What is the feminine connection to our world? What does the Feminine Face of God look like?



• R.T. Morgan Is Successful Ashe County Sculptor And Artist

Local artist R.T. Morgan is working hard to make his presence known in both the art world and in Ashe County.

 

• ACLT Announces Cast For “Don’t Drink the Water”
Join in the fun on September 11th through the 14th as Ashe County Little Theatre presents Woody Allen’s Don’t Drink the Water.

• Auditions For Upcoming ACLT’s “Nuncrackers” Scheduled For Sept. 2nd

• Award Winning New River To Perform In Ashe September 7

• ASU Professor And Author To Sign Books At Skyland

• Living Waters Celebrates First Year With Outdoor Singing
And Sales


• Martha White Sponsors Local Jingle Contest
Catgut & Jugs Show on 100.7 FM needs singers.



High Country United Way Holds Benefit Golf Tournament
Golfers can tee off to help the High Country United Way next month.


 


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