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    March 27, 2008 EDITION
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bulletHHC observes National Nutrition Month
Nutrition fair will offer information, demonstrations

bulletThe Autism Spectrum
Authors to deliver lecture at ASU March 28

bulletMarch is Red Cross Month in Boone


high country photos

Still Grazing After All These Years

Salute to Cook & Thomas

The Tune of $2,000

Remebering Lester Hardin


highcountry WEEKLY

Port Christophers


March is National Social Work Month

Drawing from Life Experiences in Reaching out to Others


watauga WEEKLY


WHS students ‘Take It Back’
Watauga High School’s SADD Club (Students Against Destructive Decisions) recently joined with the Watauga Alcohol/Drug Council

VRC announces higher education scholarship program
Two scholarship awards of $1,000 have been established by the Volunteer Resource Center this year.

Watauga County students win music honors
Five middle grade students in the Watauga County Schools have been recognized for excellence

Calling All Horticultural Growers

Daniel Boone Native Gardens announces a “Call to Horticultural Growers of the High Country,”

High Country Cabinets receives national sales recognition

High Country Cabinets of Banner Elk was recently named as a “President’s Club Award” winner

Feeding with Feedback
Chamber hosts ‘Lunch & Listen’

A Salute to Volunteers
Salvation Army honors its soldiers

The ‘Fun’ in ‘Fundraising
Hospice and Children’s Council host events

Celebrity Serve:
Behind the Scenes with Field of Dreams
Fundraiser will benefit new soccer complex

Walking to Win
Community encouraged to ‘Be Active’


Local electronics firm back on its feet
A little more than a month after it shut its doors for the day sending a scare through Ashe County economic circles

Easter Bunny visits Ashe County Park
The Easter Bunny came to town a day early on Saturday. He hopped into Ashe County Park in the wee hours of the morning, allowing plenty of time to deliver nearly 2,000 eggs.

Wilkes man uses firepower to help fire victims

The New Year did not come with much hope for two elderly sisters in Wilkes County.

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