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Ashe County

ARCHIVES POSTED MAY 26. 2005
NEWS



New River Zoo Welcomes Endangered Babies
The New River Zoo had a big day Sunday as far as Zoo Owner Keith Stroud was concerned.


Elder Abuse Is A Problem In The Community
Abusers of older adults are both women and men. Family members are more often the abusers than any other group.



Scenic View Protected Along Blue Ridge Parkway Property
The Conservation Trust for North Carolina announced today it has donated over a 63-acre property at the Jumpin-Off Rocks Overlook along the Blue Ridge Parkway to the National Park Service .

Rain Does Not Squash Success Of Ramps Festival
Approximately $19,000 was raised from gate ticket sales, concessions, the popular chicken dinner and more at the Whitetop Mountain Ramps Festival.

National Alert Registry Launches registeredoffenderslist.org To Provide Information On Registered Sex Offenders

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Master Gardners Help With ASA Herb Garden
The Adult Day Program of Ashe Services for Aging had a little extra help with their herb garden recently.
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Mrs. Henny Schuster Is Back By Popular Demand For June Performance
Mark your calendars on Friday, June 3rd.


May Exhibits At Ashe County Public Library



Bluegrass & Brass
Mountainhome Music Series Kicks Off
2005 Season Sunday



Wilkes Art Gallery Presents Art Mix Exhibit And Original Works By Andy Thomason



“Hillbilly Shoes” To Benefit D.A.R.E.
The award winning Fleet Feet cloggers will be holding a benefit clogging show at the Ashe Civic Center



Calling All Guys and Dolls
Open Rehearsals for Jubilee Chorus May 23 at Watauga High School




Emile Pandolfi Tickets On Sale May 13



Fourth Annual Summer Holocaust Symposium Held June 26-
July 1


Butch Hirst Hot Rod Reunions Return


Valle Country Fair Grant Applications
DEADLINE: June 15, 2005


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.


Tom Dooley Phenomenon Continues
Ticket Sales Open Soon




New Exhibit “What Do Animals Do On The Weekend?” At Ashe Arts Center









New River Canoe Race To Be Held On June 4

Parks And Recreation Announces Softball League Signups



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