November Woman of the Month
A native of Boone, Sheris love for her hometown
and its people is quite evident in her conversation and
in the many ways she lends a helping hand to numerous organizations
and events in the area.
Tomorrow Needs A Home
Meet Tomorrow, an 11-year old North Carolina foster
child who needs a family to call her own.
House Dedicates Rock Haven Facility
Dozens of High Country leaders and residents turned
out this week to help the Hospitality House celebrate the
dedication of its newest facility.
Of Hospitality Initiative Begins To Winterize
The changing of the seasons allows the Town of
Boone to put the mittens on its Hand of Hospitality
Arcoiris Welcomes Customers To New Location In Jefferson
Los Arcoiris has opened in Jefferson and the new
business welcomes local people to stop in and try some of
their authentic Mexican food.
The Boone Service League was moved to take action
after reading an article in The Mountain Times (9-11-03)
about local serviceman Chad Kincaid who is currently serving
Pathways Montessori School Announces the Grand Opening Of
The Norwood House Annex
Mountain Pathways invites the community to celebrate
the Grand Opening of its newly acquired and renovated annex,
The Norwood House.
Over the past six years, the lives of 44 women, ranging
in age from 30 to 76, have been enhanced and transformed
by their participation in a unique self-discovery and mentoring
program based right here in Boone. Numina offers creative
mentoring for women.
Celebrates First Year Of Service
The Playhouse, a non-profit creative play center
for families, marked its first anniversary this week and
is celebrating with a giant yard sale and art safari this
On Sunday, October 26, members and friends of
the Henson Chapel Methodist Church in Vilas, gathered for
a fundraising barbeque.
David and Cindy Blust take anti-drug message to
Wake Up, Watauga Spotlights Affordable Housing
Week for Hunger and Homelessness Events at ASU
A Family For The Holidays
Club Of Boone Holds Spaghetti Fundraiser
Inc. Donates Skid Steer Loader to Appalachian
Program Offers Variety Of New Experience For Ashe Students
The 4-H Blue Ridge Conservation Corps (BRCC) is
a new program providing Ashe County youth with a variety
of hands-on experiences.
Emporium Offers Restaurant,
Crafts, Gifts And More
Summit Support Services of Ashe is inviting the community
to celebrate their 25 years of service as well as their
recent national accreditation.
Jim Harrell Addresses Ashe Democrats
An enthusiastic group of Ashe County Democrats
gathered at Smokey Mountain Barbecue Tuesday evening Oct.
28th to hear State Representative Jim Harrell III.
An Ashe County Senior Citizen During Christmas This Year
A local committee that is making sure less fortunate
seniors will not be left out this holiday season.
Ashe library grant search software presented.
District Beta Club Convention Held At ACHS
Ashe Juniors Might Attend Governors School Next Year
Visit With Ashe County Residents
For Individuals Interested Food Processing Business
Print to Be Auctioned
Day In The Life Of. . .
A special telephone in the office reveals what most
people visiting Eastern Americas highest town dont
see; a certified National Weather Service weather station
that has served the mountain and the region for over a decade.
Home For Children
The best answer to what real love means can be
found at Grandfather Home for Children in Banner Elk, North
Agency On Aging Ombudsman Program Backs Up Care Facilities
Assisted and nursing care facilities challenge
represent a huge change for not only clients, but family
and other caregivers who must make tough decisions in leaving
a loved one.
Tried And True?
Farmers Almanac looking to make good on
Anagnos Changes The Face Of Health Care In Avery County
Donates $5,000 To Habitat For Humanity
Builders Help Build A Cleaner World