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bullet Ashe County Free Medical Clinic Opens Doors To Community for Statewide Open House
Clinic Stays Open Late To Raise Awareness About Free Health Care For Uninsured


bullet AMH Sponsors Women And Stroke Program
Did you know that stroke kills twice as many women as breast cancer and is the leading cause of disability for women?



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


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APRIL 19, 2007 EDITION
NEWS
Laurel Ridge Moravian Camp

Making A Differance In Ashe

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Ashe County Home Builders Association Is Growing Strong And Giving Back
Less than three years ago the members of the Ashe County Home Builders Association could be counted on one hand and were in jeopardy of losing their charter.

Project Graduation Fundraiser Planned For This Weekend
A fundraiser for Project Graduation will be held this weekend, April 20th - 22nd at the Wal-Mart parking lot in West Jefferson.


Ashe County Sheriff’s Office Seeks Leads
As a result of a three-month long investigation, the Ashe County Sheriff’s Office is looking for three individuals on the run and are seeking information as to their whereabouts.

 

Lawyers To Give Free Advice On April 28th
Several Ashe County Attorneys will offer free half-hour legal consultations to all members of the general public in the second “Ask a Lawyer Day” for Ashe County.


COMMUNITY


New Adoption Support Group To Meet April 26th
A new adoption support group has just formed in the county and will be providing a way for adopting parents to network and support one another as well as give parents who are considering adoption an opportunity to meet other parents who have already gone through the process.


New River Zoo Reopens In Time For Earth Day Celebration
Fundraising Square Dance To Be Held At Todd Mercantile Friday


Ashe Magazine Is Now Available
The 2007 Ashe Magazine is off the press and ready for distribution to visitors and to all those interested in a comprehensive overview of Ashe County.




Organic Farming - One Couple’s Answer To Enjoying Retirement
Making a living farming these days can be difficult with the rising taxes; increases in cost of land and don’t forget unpredictable mountain weather; however, a couple from Baton Rouge, Louisiana has found a way through organic farming.
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Protecting A Way Of Life
Through Farming

Farmers are protecting a way of life through utilizing alternative energy sources and conservation easements to protect farming lands from future development. Big Horse Creek and Old Orchard Creek Farms are two Ashe County farms that are part of this
growing trend.
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The New Sound of Old Time Music
Appalachian Roots Revival at Fairgrounds Saturday

 

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.


Ballet To Be Held At Civic Center
The Ashe County Arts Council is pleased to present The Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada's full-length production AMADEUS.


“Movin’ With the Arts”! Is The Spring Fest Theme
It is Spring Fest time again! This year the theme is “Movin’ With the Arts” and reflects the positive influence that the arts can have on your body, mind and soul.


Earth Day Celebration At Mount Jefferson State Park
Celebrate Earth Day with Park Ranger Tom Randolph, Sunday, April 22nd atop Mount Jefferson.


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


Christmas In July Planned For July 6-7


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



Ashe County Arts Council Sponsors Very Special Arts Festival
A Very Special Arts Festival is Friday, April 20th at the West Jefferson School Gym. This the 16th year for VSA sponsored by the Arts Council.

Arts Council’s Coffee House Talent Night Returns
Spring into the season with a Coffee House Talent Night on Saturday, April 21. The fun starts at 7:30 p.m. at the fellowship hall of the Jefferson Methodist Church.

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.




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