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ARCHIVES POSTED SEPTEMBER 18, 2003   

NEWS


• License To Help
New NC plate celebrates, assists, Blue Ridge Parkway and Foundation.

• Events Highlight Parkway Value, Popularity

• Regional Economy Capitalizes On ‘Smile And Memory’ Makers
Crafts and Christmas trees combine to mean “big money” for the regional economy.


• Lees-McRae Professor Gives Teachers
Chance To Vent

Lees-McRae College professor Brooks Barber has gained statewide attention for his recent research on standardized testing in North Carolina.


• Pesticide Board Meeting Held In Raleigh

• Foscoe Woman Arrested For Embezzlement

• Lees-McRae Track Closed For Construction



COMMUNITY



• Lees-McRae College Professor Gives Update On American Foreign Policy





• Lees-McRae College Celebrates Most Successful Scholarship
Gala In Its History



• Cash Remembered In The High Country

 




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Events and Happenings



• Visions of Our Rural Past

Farm Heritage Days Fair Saturday in Sugar Grove.



• Keel & Krekel at Canyons Thursday


• Darrell Scott Redefines Acoustic Music on
New Album

Theatre of the Unheard in Stores Sept. 23.

• The Reformed Ruesters
Matt Rue & Ruesters at Jimmy’s Java Thursdays

• Finding A Home In Bluegrass Country
Kruger Brothers & Jeff Little perform benefit show Saturday.

• Violinist, Pianist to Perform at Lees-McRae College
Internationally acclaimed pianist Edmund Barton Bullock and violinist Janet Orenstein will perform at Lees-McRae College.

• 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.

• 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

• “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.


• 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


• Riders In The Sky
Cycle North Carolina Returns To Boone For Cross-State
Ride Start





 

 

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