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ARCHIVES POSTED JUNE 2. 2005
NEWS



Three Ashe County Principals To Take A Break From School
Ashe County Schools, students and staff will be waving goodbye to three principals



Miss North Carolina To Speak At ACHS Graduation Friday
The 2005 Ashe County High School graduation event is planned to begin Friday at 8 p.m. and this year’s speaker will be Miss North Carolina.



Blue Ridge Electric Invites Member-Owners To Annual Meeting
It only happens once a year: the annual membership meeting for member-owners of Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation.




AMH Foundation Receives $10,000 Check





Center At Fleetwood Holds Open House

Ashe County’s newest community center, once the Fleetwood Elementary School, is now official, and called the Center @ Fleetwood.




COMMUNITY


Science Olympiad Comes To Ashe County Middle School
This year 18 7th and 8th graders at Ashe County Middle School participated in an international science program that promises to become a staple of the school’s curriculum.

Local Artist Paints Mural For Domestic Violence Shelter
Local artist, Bessie Clay, recently finished a mural at the local domestic violence shelter named Monica’s Haven

Art Panels Continue To Go Up At Jefferson Station
One of the newest art panels installed at Jefferson Station is “August in Ashe”, by artist Joanie Bell.

Art Panel From Blue Ridge Elementary School


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Memorial Day Event
Held In Jefferson

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A Floral Plethora
Local Artists Display Images of Flowers at Mazie Jones Gallery




Concerts on the Lawn Series Starts Friday

Forget-Me-Nots Violin Trio Performs at Jones House




Todd Summer Music Tickets On Sale Now




Capehart Beck Welcomes Two New Artists

Edwards & Weisman Join Blowing Rock Gallery




Gallery Crawl Highlights Artistic Talent in Downtown West Jefferson


Singing On The Mountain Celebrating 81 Years
Eighty-one years ago, Linville native Joe Larkin Hartley organized a summer gathering of family and friends at the foot of Grandfather Mountain in McRae Meadows.


Highland Camerata To Perform Additional Concert At High Meadows Country Club
The Highland Camerata will present an additional performance of its Spring Concert June 11 at 5 p.m.




WKSK Brings Colgate Country Showdown To Christmas In July





Sound Of Music Comes To Ashe County
“The hills are alive, with the sound of music….” Yes, this June, everyone’s favorite musical will lift your spirits


Mrs. Henny Schuster Is Back By Popular Demand For June Performance
Mark your calendars on Friday, June 3rd.


Classical Duo Returns To River House Salon Series
Join Nancy Schneeloch-Bingham, flutist & Douglas James, classical guitarist for the June 5th.



“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


Fourth Annual Summer Holocaust Symposium Held June 26-
July 1


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



High Country Honda


Dougnet Computer Consulting


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