Belly Dancing Comes to Boone
Lost Jewels of Ghawazee Spawns New Mystic Mountain Bellydance
ad Litem Volunteers - A Voice For The Children
In the past fiscal year, 4,237 Guardian ad Litem volunteers
saved the state of North Carolina over $14.68 million through
813,504-plus hours of service, according to NC Supreme Court
Chief Justice Sarah Parker in a letter addressed to current
Program Could Benefit High Country
For Rick Dove, life on the river does not constitute relaxation,
fishing and lazy Sunday afternoons.
Honors Sanna Ross Gaffney
Local Historian Receives Americanism Medal
Mountain Review Celebrates 35th Anniversary With Fundraiser
Cold Mountain Review, a literary journal housed in the Department
of English at Appalachian State University, will hold a
fundraiser gala at the Mariam and Robert Hayes Performing
Center Offers Free Lecture
Elizabeth Resnick Speaks On The Graphic Imperative Friday,
Support Is Key To Overcoming Abuse
Support is a key component in the services offered at OASIS,
Inc.(Opposing Abuse with Service, Information and Shelter),
according to Angela Greene, Shelter Case Manager who came
to work with the agency in 2003 soon after graduating from
ASU with a Bachelors Degree in Social Work and began
working 24-hour weekend shifts at the agencys shelter.
Annual Volunteer Fest This Saturday
The Volunteer Resource Center (VRC) has moved its annual
Volunteer Fest at the Boone Mall from March to April 21st
Challenge Nearing End For Hunger And Health
Donations Through April 30 Will Go A Long Way
Day Is This Saturday
The town of Boone is asking volunteers to get down and dirty.
Friends Host Reading By Lee Smith
The Friends of Watauga County Public Library and Watauga
Literacy Association invite community members and visitors
to their annual meeting, to be held at the library on Sunday,
April 22 at 22 p.m.
Plans Graduation Events
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines commencement as the
ceremonies or the day for conferring degrees or diplomas,
but ask anyone who has graduated from high school, and they
will tell you that commencement is about more than receiving
Mountain Day Of Service
Lees-McRae College Rolls Up Its Sleeves, Beautifies Community
Of Ed Approves School Budget
The Watauga County Board of Education approved the budget
for the 2007-08 school year at their monthly meeting held
Monday, April 2. Ly Marze, Watauga County Schools finance
officer, presented the budget to the board.
Service League Fashion Show And Silent Auction This Weekend
The Boone Service League will be hosting their annual Spring
Fashion Show and Silent Auction.
Council Celebrates 30 Years of Service
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of The Childrens
Council a reception will be held at the Jones House on April
24th from 4:30 to 6:30 to mark the occasion.
Triathlon Planned For April 28
The Boone Area Sports and Events Commission will be hosting
a Kids Triathlon at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 28
at the Watauga County Parks and Recreation Department Swim
Complex and on the Greenway.
Celebrar el Dia del Niño!
Se llevará a cabo una feria de salud y seguridad
el Sábado, 28 de abril de 2007, de las 4 a 7pm en
el Agricultural Conference Center, 252 Poplar Grove Road
en Boone, NC.
River Zoo Reopens In Time For Earth Day Celebration
Fundraising Square Dance To Be Held At Todd
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.
Held To Network Business Resource Providers
A luncheon meeting was held recently in Ashe County to network
business resource providers from Ashe, Alleghany and Wilkes
counties at the Creative Food Ventures in Family Central
in Ashe County.
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.
L.A. Festival Seeking Vendors
The Greater L.A. Festival is being co-sponsored by the Lansing
Fire Department and the Lansing American Legion this year
with food, fun, crafts, entertainment and more along with
great grand prizes that will be given away on Saturday,