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POSTED MAY 25, 2006

highcountry WEEKLY

Teachers Of The Year


Willis Moretz . . .A Key Player In Watauga’s Early Education

Yesterday’s Insight Paved Way For Today’s Opportunities

History Lesson
Author Discusses Latest Book At Watauga County Public Library

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“Nobody’s Home”
Final Segment: Spring Break in Slidell


Rain Or Shine, Kids Enjoy “Playful Learning” At The Children’s Playhouse
The Children’s Playhouse offers flexible hours for open play and stimulating classes that won’t be rained out or strain your budget.

Cyclists Prepare For Blood, Sweat & Gears
The High Country’s most popular bicycle trek has exploded in growth by a factor of ten since the first mile was ridden in 1999.

Work Continues At Valle Crucis Park
Devestating flooding won’t keep Valle Crucis Park down for long as work crews make more improvements following an inundation nearly a year ago.

Kidstock Fun
Hundreds of High Country families turned out for the annual Kidstock Festival May 20 at Watauga High School.


Hardin Park Teams Win County Battle Of The Books Events
Several Hardin Park Elementary School students conquered the county with their literary knowledge this spring.

“Army Training, Sir!”
University Students Selected For Summertime Army Officer Leadership Training


How Sweet It Is
Hundreds of High Country residents enjoyed the Boone Service League’s 2006 Spring Fashion Show and Silent Auction May 13.

Appalachian Graduates Urged To Become Leaders, Make A Difference

Pet Pride
Watauga Humane Society Offers 2007 Petmate Calendar

Festival Seeks Arts & Crafts Vendors
High Point Area Arts Council is inviting visual artists-fine arts and craft persons-to participate in the 36th annual Day in the Park festival

Charity Dart Tourney Hits A Bullseye
High Country Dart Association Raises $5,700 for OASIS. By all accounts, this year’s annual High Country Dart Association’s OASIS Charity Dart Tournament was a smashing success.

Celebrate All Things Celtic

Jubilee Chorus Now in Rehearsals
June Concerts to Feature Broadway Review

Are You Ready To Park?
Time For New Skatepark Is Just Around The Corner


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Memorial Honors Westwood Elementary First Grader

Girl Scouts Hold Annual Award Ceremony
The Ashe County Girl Scouts and their friends and family gathered together Friday night, May 19th, to celebrate and honor their achievements.

Relay For Life Deadlines Approach
Teams Can Still Sign Up, Luminary Forms Needed Soon

Rainbow Of Hope Team Holds Gospel Singing
All Proceeds To Benefit Relay For Life

Ashe County High School Announces Teaching Fellows Recipients

New Broker Welcomed at Exit Blue Ridge Mountain Realty


Coloring Book Endorsed By Sheriff Candidates

The “Just Say No to Drugs” Coloring Book is being endorsed by both Sheriff Candidates who each agreed that the coloring book is a great thing for kids.

At The Wheel In Sparta

2006 High Country “Summer Fun” Pageant Deadline Approaches

 


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