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bullet Don’t Let Kids Go Hungry This Summer, 2007
USDA’s Summer Food Program Provides Food In Ashe County


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Local schools help with new ‘R U Buckled?’ program
Ashe, Wilkes and Watauga county high schools will help out
with the governor’s “R U BUCKLED?” highway safety program

Some Ashe Businesses May Get Drought Aid
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that federal
disaster loans are available to small businesses

Readin’, writin’, apples and oranges
Ashe School Is Chosen For USDA Healthy Eating Program

State Fair tickets available online
State Fair officials made discounted admission and ride tickets available online beginning Sept. 4.



Riverview Players to fill the stage Saturday
The Riverview Players and Elvis, played by Clinton Triplet, will light
up the stage at the Riverview Community Center

First annual Ft. Hamby Pow Wow to be held in Wilkes next weekend
The first annual Ft. Hamby Pow Wow will be held at the Forest’s Edge Ampitheatre in Wilkes


Moravian Falls Church Welcomes Hyltons
A special singing event featuring Lynda and Christopher Hylton is scheduled

2007 Festival Latino seeking vendors
The Latino Center is still seeking food vendors for the “2007 Festival Latino” slated for Sunday, Sept. 23

Giving a leg up to therapeutic riding
Grassy Creek United Methodist Church located in Grassy Creek, will be hosting its 13th annual “Giving a Leg Up to Therapeutic Riding” fundraiser Sept. 14 – 16.


Concert featuring major Christian artists to perform Friday
Britt Nicole Talks About Her Concert Tours


Ashe Thespians Preparing New Play
While those who had the good fortune to attend Ashe County Little Theatre’s production of Greater Tuna are still laughing, ACLT is already rehearsing another show.

ACT Readers will give life to poetry
Alleghany Community Theatre’s next ACT Readers Theatre will be “Poetry Is Theatre, Too!” scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 13 in the Alleghany County Library.


Son-In-Laws, Ladyslipper in free concert
The Ashe County Historical Society is sponsoring an
evening of musical entertainment

Chamber Music Returns to the Ashe Arts Center
The Ashe County Arts Council will welcome back the Blue Ridge Chamber
Players to the Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center this Sunday, Sept. 9.

Sparta festival will celebrate mountain heritage
The Mountain Heritage Festival spreads over a half-mile section of Sparta’s Main Street.

Sunday Salon features Stride piano duo
Solid Stride will play at River House’s Sunday Salon Sept. 9 at 4 p.m.

Contents Under Pressure
David Newton Sculpture Exhibit Explores Tension and Motion

Bluegrass for Little Pickers
Ron McCoury Releases New Album for Parents and Kids


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‘Macro’ photo exhibit at library this month
The Ashe County Library will display the photography of
George Rembert throughout the month of September.

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New River cleanup needs volunteers
Volunteers plan to take to the New River on Saturday, Sept. 8,
beginning at 9:00 a.m., to “Clean Up” the region’s signature river.

Play Center Has A New Support Worker
The Ashe Partnership for Children has hired Ashe County native, Kristi Powers as the new Parent Support Worker for the Cooperative Play Center.


Teams needed for next month’sWalk For Life
The Ashe Pregnancy Care Center is gearing up for its annual Walk for Life, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 6.

Blue Ridge’s Best Named Thursday
The air was filled with anticipation as artist from all over the area filled the Gallery of the Ashe Arts Center Thursday evening, August 30 for the “Best of the Blue Ridge” Artists’ reception.
Smoke on the Mountain' III
3rd Part Of Mountain Trilogy At Civic Center

Yosef’s Triumph
Mountaineers receive warm reception

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