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bulletAshe On The Path To Becoming A “Fit Community”
The Ashe County Health Council, “A Healthy Carolinians Task Force”, was recently awarded a Fit Community Grant to enhance the work of the Nutrition, Physical Activity and Tobacco Committee (NPATC).


bulletHelp With Prescription Medications In Ashe
Program Is Partnership Of Ashe Memorial Hospital And The Hunger And Health Coalition

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ARCHIVES
POSTED SEPTEMBER 28, 2006
NEWS

ACHS
Homecoming
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Home Builders Association
Donates Tools To Vocational Classes

The Ashe County Home Builders Association donated approximately $2,500 in tools to the vocational classes at Ashe County High School.

Local Man Dies In Car Accident
A 46-year-old Todd man died Friday evening as a result of injuries he received in a car accident.

Olde Towne Court Should
Have Units Ready By Mid-October

Project To Provide Town Homes For Residents



Imagination Library Gathers Steam

Corporate & Individual Sponsors Needed



November 2006 Election Dates To Remember


Mountain View Elementary
Bus Involved In Wreck

A Mountain View Elementary School bus with eight students on it went off of the roadway Friday afternoon after school and then rolled one time down a 35 foot embankment.


Department Of Defense Recognizes Top 15 Employers At Freedom Awards In Nation’s Capital
SkyLine Among 15 Recipients Nationwide



COMMUNITY



First Barn Quilt Installed

The county was recently splashed with a bit more color!


Master Herbalist Judy Saunders To Visit Ashe County Library
Free Presentation Scheduled For October 3


Shumate Opens His
Heart And Home For Book Signing

Sept. 16, generations of families stopped by the Shumate residence to get a signed copy of Sam Shumate’s first book “The Bridge Crew, Growing up in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the 1940s & 50s”.


Features

School Safety Drill Held At Mountain View Elementary
Teachers at Mountain View Elementary were “tested” Monday after school when a school safety drill was held and two men posing as possible shooters entered the school.
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Brushy Mountain Apple Festival Returns October 7th
Its apples, apples, apples and that time of year for the Brushy Mountain Ruritan Club to present the 29th Annual Brushy Mountain Apple Festival in Downtown North Wilkesboro.

Coffee House Talent Night Showcases Local Performers
The local talent will be in the spotlight for the Coffee House Talent Night this Saturday at the Fellowship Hall at the Jefferson Methodist Church.


Battle Of The Bands September 30
In Historic Downtown North Wilkesboro

From 40 to 50 bands from across the state have applied to appear in the third annual “Battle of the Bands” in North Wilkesboro.




Fall Festival Of The Frescoes Coming In October

If you haven’t experienced October in Ashe County, you’ve missed a special treat.


Skyland Books Welcomes Sam Shumate

Riverview To Host 4th Annual Executive Ball
The Riverview Community Center is planning its 4th Annual Executive Ball to be held at Riverview Community Center, 11719 Highway 88 West in Creston, beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14th.

Music, Storytelling & More Found At Todd General Store

Storytelling Nights Ongoing At Todd General Store
The Todd General Store has kicked off another season of visiting storytellers who will be performing each week in downtown Todd.


Local Artists Donate Talent to Save Animals
Several local artists have donated their time, talent, and creativity to decorate several animal statuettes that will be auctioned immediately following the Second Annual Ashe County Humane Society Fashion Show on Saturday, September 30, 2006.




Wilkes Welcomes Cycle NC
Old Wilkes, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Wilkes Heritage Museum will be open to the public on Sunday, October 1, 2006 to welcome Cycle NC

Elk Shoals Plans Annual Golf Tournament
The 3rd Annual Elk Shoals Camp Classic Golf Tournament is currently scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 5th


Elk Shoals United Methodist
Camp Hosts Olympic Athlete

Family Fun Day Plans Underway




Footsloggers Outfitters


High Country Honda


AppalCART Bus Service

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