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Blue Ridge Cancer Coalition Announces 9th Annual Beyond Breast Cancer Celebration


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Lovin' Spoonful

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Que Pasa




THIS WEEK
Powder, a seven week female husky.





Avery County

ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 11, 2003   

NEWS


• Business Association Forms Banner Elk
Chamber Of Commerce
New organization voted in to serve resort town.


• Memories Made Good
Red Cross Russell Fund continues giving aid in Avery.



• Highlands Union Bank Begins Construction In Banner Elk
Ground has been broken for Highlands Union Bank’s newest branch office in Western North Carolina.

• Cone Estate Planning Process Continues
National Park Service staffers learned that comprehensive planning can be a frustrating exercise.

• Raleigh Demographic Analysis Workshop
2002 Census (ACS) data recently released for all states, most counties and large cities.



COMMUNITY


• Call For Shutterbugs
Wilson Creek Photo Contest continues through September.

• High Country Council Of Government Presents Awards At Annual Banquet

• Magazine Lists Lees-McRae Among Best Colleges

• Dr. Charles Kimball, Professor Of Religion, To Speak At
Lees-McRae




Features




Late Bloomers

THE WILDFLOWERS OF FALL
>>FULL STORY

 

 



Clowning Around
THOUGH THIS BE MADNESS, YET THERE IS METHOD IN'T
>>FULL STORY





Events and Happenings

• Crossnore Weavers To Be Featured At Main Street Gallery
Today, weavers still ply their craft in a little river rock building on the edge of the campus at Crossnore School Inc.


• Boone Bluegrass Festival Saturday
Doc Watson, Rhonda Vincent & Others at Fairgrounds

 

• “Dreamy” Exhibit Explores, Explains Meaning of Nighttime Visions
A visit to the King-Shivell Gallery at Lees-McRae College Sept. 19-Oct. 18 might inspire the feeling of walking into a dream.


• Jigs & Reels at the Jones House
Boone Scottish Dancers perform Friday afternoon.


• I Never Saw Another Butterfly Opens
Sept. 18


• Cast Set for Wiley & the Hairy Man
Children’s Theater event in Blowing Rock Sept. 24-28

• Thousands Expected For 31st Annual National Storytelling Festival

• Beech Mountain Events Named To October Top Twenty Events
Autumn at Oz Party and Harvest Festival at Beech Mountain have been named to the Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Events.

• Keller Williams Concert Announced
Farthing Auditorium Show September 25

• MerleFest Announces 2004 Lineup
Hot Tuna, Lucinda Williams, Roseanne Cash, Vince Gill to Perform

 

• Mountain of Venus Returns to Murphy’s Monday

• Book About Mountain Midwife Released By Boone Publisher


• The Fast & The Fearless: 7th Annual Boone
Criterium Sunday




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