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September 5, 2019

Flea Market

On Saturday, Sept. 28, will be our annual fundraiser flea market at the community center. Doors will be open to the public from 8 a.m. until noon. For more information and/or to reserve a table or two, email lin or call Linda at (828) 877-5407. Tables are going fast, so if you want a table or two let me know ASAP. Outside spaces are also still available. Set up inside will be on Friday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

CMCC Potluck And Program

Our next potluck is Monday, Sept. 9. All food items need to be on the table by 6:15 p.m. The potluck starts at 6:30 p.m. The program will be presented by Rise & Shine.

CMCC Board

The CMCC board will meet at 4 p.m., today.

Rise & Shine

Since 1996, when Neighbors in Ministry launched the Rise & Shine year-round after school program, we have been helping economically disadvantaged and racial minority children learn about the fundamental importance of education, about their community and culture, and about themselves.

Homecoming At Carr’s Hill

This Sunday, Sept. 8, will be Homecoming at Carr’s Hill Baptist Church. Homecoming begins at 10:30 a.m. and is followed by a covered-dish lunch.

September Celebrations

Birthdays: Bruce Fortner celebrated another year older on Sept. 2, with both Brandon Baines and Tom Beeker following on Sept. 3. Kay Clark celebrates another birthday on Sept. 11. Emily Beeker (Tom’s daughter) will gain a year on Sept. 15, as Jeanne Hayes get closer to retirement on Sept. 19. Liam Bishop will celebrate on Sept. 20, with Wallace Dinbar on Sept. 21. Nancy Cadora gains a year on Sept. 23, and Antje Owen will celebrate on Sept. 30. Happy birthday to all.

Anniversaries: Hank and Sheila Bayles will celebrate another year of wedded bliss on Sept. 12. Eric and Dana (Smith) Huskey will celebrate on Sept. 30. Congratulations to both couples.

Around The House

Happy birthday to my “little” sister, Kay Clark. She celebrates her next birthday on Sept. 11. Wishing you happy birthday, sis.

I’ve managed to put up a couple more shelves and tool hangers in my shed. My porch is looking so much better with all the gardening stuff out of sight. It will soon be ready to be painted along with the porch.

Having a bit of trouble convincing my new kitty kid that the kitchen counter is off limits. A fly swatter slapped on the countertop seems to be working.

My adorable Tuxedo cat is named Nozee for good reason. He has to investigate every cranny of the house. He is very upset that he is not allowed in the bedrooms or office and tries his hardest to make it past me when I go in there. He sleeps right outside my bedroom door every night to be as close to me as he can.

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