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bullet Master Herbalist Judy Saunders
To Visit Ashe
Arts Council

Free Presentation Scheduled For
April 17th



bullet Appalachian Therapeutic Massage Opens
In Jefferson

Julie Smith wants to invite the community to experience the relaxation of massage and yoga at
her business


bullet All Low-Income Newborns To Receive Equal Access To Medicaid
All babies born in the United States whose deliveries are covered by Medicaid may remain eligible
under certain circumstances for Medicaid for up to a year after their birth.



bulletTake A Bite Of The Big Apple As Part Of The American Red Cross “New York Get Away” Promotion

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ARCHIVES

APRIL 12, 2007 EDITION
NEWS
1904 Courthouse Undergoes Window Restoration

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Volunteers Needed For This Year’s Litter Sweep
Volunteers grab your bags and head to the roadsides;
it is time for the bi-annual Litter Sweep beginning
Saturday, April 14th through April 28th.


Red Flag Warning Issued
Due To Dangerous Wildfire Condition

Officials with the N.C. Division of Forest Resources are discouraging people from burning yard vegetation because dry, windy conditions have increased the potential for dangerous wildfires.


Sweet Spots At Ashe Park
Ashe County Parks and Recreation is partnering
up with Ashe County’s ADAP (Ashe County Adult
Developmental Association program) to implement
“Sweet Spots,” a Memorial Bench Program at Ashe County Park.


COMMUNITY


Boy Scout Pack 237 Holds Awards Ceremony
Boy Scout Pack 237 and their families gathered at Friendship Baptist Church on Thursday, April 5th to celebrate their accomplishments in Boy Scouting.


New Workshop Rescheduled To April 21st
A workshop will be held soon at High Country Scrap & Stamp
in West Jefferson that works to teach the basics of dream
interpretation and will incorporate putting dreams into art.



Relay For Life Fundraising Efforts Continue

Relay for Life team members are working hard
already to beat this year’s goal of $77,000




Readers Hungry For Nicholson’s Newest Release
They Hunger Now
Available In Bookstores
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Champion Musicians Find
New Style in Ancient Music

The fateful meeting last year of two already widely esteemed performers produced a frenzy of creative inspiration, resulting in a colorful, exciting, and completely unique approach to roots-based acoustic music.


Amadeus Presented By
The Atlantic Ballet Theatre Of Canada

The Ashe County Arts Council is pleased
to present The Atlantic Ballet Theatre of
Canada’s full-length production AMADEUS.



Arts Council Spring Fest Moves
New Date And Venue

It is Spring Fest time again! This Arts Council spring tradition has move to a new location and is early this year.



Chamber Music At The Ashe Arts Center

The Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center will be filled with the beautiful sounds of chamber music on Friday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m.



WCC Theatre Proudly Presents “You Can’t Take It With You”

Heritage Hall Welcomes deja Vu
Mountain City’s own classic oldies band,
deja Vu, will perform at Heritage Hall Theatre
on Saturday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m.

Christmas In July Planned For July 6-7

Herb Key And Wayne Henderson Kickoff
Historical Society’s Family Gathering

From the Vine to the Wine
Blue Ridge Wine Festival Returns to Blowing Rock April 12-14

Professional Women’s Seminar Plans Underway
The 7th Annual Professional Women’s Seminar “Fabulous Fifties - Let the Good Times Roll” will be held in April featuring music, great food, door prizes and more.

Workshop Focuses On Dreams And Creativity
A workshop will be held soon at High Country Scrap & Stamp in West Jefferson that works to teach the basics of dream interpretation and will incorporate putting dreams into art.

Youth Art Exhibit Calls for Entries
The Ashe County Arts Council will feature a youth art exhibit, entitled “Young at Art”, from April 18 - May19.

Paintings And Photography Feature The New River
The lazy days of summer drifting down the river, winter’s wrath of snow and ice and the glory of autumn reflected in water are all subjects featured in the latest exhibit at the Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center.



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