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Living Wills To Be Discussed At Meeting On Monday

Workshop Topics Are ‘Planning Your Estate, Making Your Wishes







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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED APRIL 21. 2005
NEWS




NCNR Restores Flood Damaged Stream Banks




Blue Ridge Parkway Partnership Council Cites Parkway Decay
Encroaching development pressures and loss of the pastoral Parkway scenery are accelerating with each passing day


Community Supported Agriculture Meeting Set For April 28


Kids To Get More Physical Activity In Grades K-8
Children in grades K-8 are to get at least 30 minutes of daily physical activity during the school day.


Untapped Resources For Today’s Economy Will Be Topic Of Discussion



Farmers Market Holds Pre-Opening Nursery Event Saturday

The Ashe County Farmers Market is open and ready for business on the backstreet of West Jefferson.


Crimestoppers


Commissioners Support Ashe Animal Control
The Board of Commissioners unanimously decided to support Ashe Animal Control and send a letter to the Appalachian District Health Department requesting that animal control officers be allowed to give rabies vaccinations on a limited basis.


COMMUNITY

Features





Michael’s 102 North To Open Tuesday
Michael’s 102 North will be providing the downtown shoppers with a new and exciting restaurant choice.
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MerleFest Freshmen

Bluegrass Festival Releases CD of New Acts



Valle Country Fair Grant Applications
DEADLINE: June 15, 2005




‘Scars of Truth’ Author Visits Skyland Books




ARTifacts Yard Sale Will Benefit the Arts Council


1st Annual Horse Adventure Camp To Be Held This Summer
The first annual Horse Adventure Camp will be held on July 27 thru July 30, 2005.



Latin Dance Lessons Continue At Ashe Arts Center




Day Out With Thomas
Purina Incredible Dog Team Return for Tweetsie Railroad's 2005 Season
Wild West Theme Park Adventure Beginning April 29


Art Panels Project Continues At Jefferson Station
Art panels continue to go up at Jefferson Station and some of the new additions include painting and photography.



“Acoustic Heritage” To Open Sunday Salon Series At River House





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



Fiddle Champion To Perform At Ashe Civic Center


Tom Dooley Phenomenon Continues
Ticket Sales Open Soon


Antique Power Association Hosts Appalachian Farm Show April 22-24


Artists Needed For School Residency Programs


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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