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First Senior Expo To Educate Local Residents

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ARCHIVES POSTED APRIL 7. 2005
NEWS


Advanced Materials Cluster Works To Create Area Jobs
Members of the executive committee of the Northwest NC Advanced Materials Cluster met recently and are continuing work on a nationally recognized project that should bring jobs to the area in the future.

Ashe Commissioners Issue Proclamation Honoring 1450th
Welcome Home Ceremony Scheduled Friday

Rural Center Gets Hurricane Recovery Underway
The N.C. Rural Economic Development Center announced the first round of grant awards under the Hurricane Recovery Business Area Redevelopment Program.

N.C. Floriculture Sales Reach $165 Million Annually

Strategy Outlined For Preserving Family Farms
Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler presented state lawmakers with his strategy for preserving family farms in North Carolina.

Local Democrats Plan County Convention

Board Of Ed. Approves Recommendations To Self-Serve School Lunch
The recommendations were drafted by a committee of the three elementary school principals, cafeteria managers and Johnson.


COMMUNITY


Pets In The Park Plans Continue To Develop
Event Will Benefit Ashe Co. Humane Society

Wind Power Workshops Offered Beginning in April
The NC Small Wind Initiative (SWI) at Appalachian State University hosts a series of workshops to provide a hands-on opportunity for people to learn the benefits of wind power.



Third Annual Children’s Trust Endowment Fund Dinner/Dance Successful
Fundraising Event Scheduled April 9th




Features


 


De Pree Art Panel On Display At Jefferson Station
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Traditions on the New River
The National Committee for the New River has commissioned a pencil drawing by Virginia artist Willard Gayheart with a theme of handing down traditions on the New River.
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“Acoustic Heritage” To Open Sunday Salon Series At River House



Scott Pope Photography And Music Featured At River Rock Gallery Open House

River Rock Gallery Re-Opening Celebration Planned



Water, Water, Everywhere…
Five Artists Share a Theme at Jones House in April


Two Operas Presented April 8-9

Appalachian State University’s Hayes School of Music will present an Opera Workshop Production April 8 and 9

Fiddle Champion To Perform At Ashe Civic Center


Ashe County Little Theatre Announces Ticket Sale For Spring Production



Wildwood Valley Boys Coming To Westwood Elementary



Tom Dooley Phenomenon Continues
Ticket Sales Open Soon

Antique Power Association Hosts Appalachian Farm Show April 22-24

Artists Needed For School Residency Programs


Humanities Reading And Discussion Program To Begin At Library


Author Will Hobbs To Appear At Ashe County Public Library


Dr. Elliott Engel To Perform for Ashe County Students


Historic Blair Farm Art and Antiques In the Yard, Sale


River House To Hold Exciting Culinary Tour Around The World


ACLT To Present Divorce Southern Style
Mark your calendars today for Ashe County Little Theatre’s spring production of Divorce Southern Style.


Tweetsie Railroad's Season Pass Offers Golden Opportunity
Discount Rates Available Until May 1




Young At Art Exhibit Features Talented Local Youth
The 12th annual “Young at Art” exhibit returns to the Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center from March 16-April 30, 2005.


 


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