CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY JULY 30TH, 2015
We had a tremendous turnout for the chicken dinner. Approximately 160 dinners were served. Thanks to all who worked so hard to make it possible. All proceeds benefited the Cedar Mountain Community Center. One of our biggest customers was Creekside Market. They held their regular live music entertainment on Saturday evening and served chicken dinners from CMCC.
EASTATOE TOWNSHIP HISTORY MEETING
Who: Anyone with family history/stories/photos from the community of East Fork. What: Learn about a project to compile and publish a book on this community that includes family histories. When: Saturday, August 1 at 10 am Where: Eastatoe Community Center. For more information call 828-551-3221 or 828-553-2914
Monday August 10th will be our annual Cedar Mountain Community Center Auction. Donated items can be brought to the Center starting at 5:30pm on the evening of the auction.
Our potluck starts by having food on the table by 6:15pm. We eat at 6:30pm. Following a short meeting about 7pm our comedic auctioneer, Michael Pace, will begin auctioning donated items. David Brown is bringing a couple of his handcrafted wood items which are always a hit at our auction. ‘Mossin’ Annie Martin will also be contributing items for our auction. All proceeds benefit the community center.
SATURDAY AUGUST 15TH
Cedar Mountain is the place to be on Saturday August 15th. We will have the Cedar Mt Community Flea Market on Saturday 9am – 12pm
All tables and spaces are reserved, but if you would like to be put on the call list, in case of cancellations or for future flea markets, please call Linda Young at 877-5407.
CMFRD OPEN HOUSE AND BBQ AUG 15TH
Open house begins at 8:30am with the Blood Mobile on site. The Blood Mobile will be at the Cedar Mountain Fire Rescue Dept from 8:30am to 12:30pm.
The BBQ will be served from 11am – 2pm. Donation is $5.00 for kids 12 and under and $8.00 for adults. The meal will include BBQ, Potato Casserole, Slaw, Rolls, Chocolate chip peanut butter cookies and tea. Call Cindy at 828-862-3342 for details.
BBQ TO ORDER
Planning a special event? Consider a BBQ prepared by the Cedar Mountain Fire Rescue Dept. Call the Department at 828-885-7297, leave a message with your name, number where you can be reached and a brief message. All proceeds benefit CMFRD.
CEDAR MTN CANTEEN
When you have finished visiting all the events you and the family can get a cold drink, get some snacks and cool your tootsies in the creek at the Cedar Mountain Canteen and Biergarten. The Canteen is located next to the CMFRD fire department on the corner of Cascade Lake and Greenville Hwy.
MOUNTAIN GOURD GATHERING CLASSES
There are a few beginner-class openings still available for this year's Mountain Gourd Gathering held right here in Cedar Mountain. To view these classes or sign up please visit the web site or call Christine Pace, host, at (828)885-2103. The web address is: http://mountaingourdgathering.weebly.com
This is the fifth annual Mountain Gourd Gathering, held indoors at the Family Life Center building on Hwy. 276 (Greenville Hwy.), just 3/10 mile past the Cedar Mountain Fire Department. Hours open to the public are 9:00am to 4:30pm Friday and Saturday, August 14th and 15th, 2015. Admission is free.
The Sports Court (aka Tennis Court) has been resurfaced and will soon be painted and striped. Some of the sports that can be played are basketball, tennis, badminton, Pickleball and more. Pickleball is sort of a cross between badminton, tennis, and ping-pong. Special events are being planned so keep tuned for details.
CEDAR MOUNTAIN WEB SITE
Check out what’s going on at the community center at www.cedarmountaincommunitycenter.com. You will find a page on upcoming events, business’s in the area and much more.
FREE WIFI, INTERNET and CELL SERVICE
As a service to the community we now have Free Wi-Fi, Internet and Cell service at the community center. No password needed just drive up to the building and you are set to go.
SHERWOOD FOREST LADIES GOLF LEAGUE
July 27th: "Four Putts" - Front 9 -team of Nancy Waclawek, Georgia Osterc, Aki Lindsay and Joy Ryder - 63. Low Net - Vicky Anthony - 25. Low Gross - Nancy Waclawek - 32.
CHRISTINE'S CORNER: ~ Christine Pace
GOING'S ON LAST WEEK
The Bishop Reunion and singing was held last Saturday here in Cedar Mountain, with approx. sixty in attendance. Lenoir, Wayne and Myron Bishop, called the singing Bishop Brothers were included in this group, as was their adopted bass singer Lee Smith. Music and fellowship abounded!
Joe and Christine have been babysitting pets for their children who, with their families, decided to take their vacations the same week! Luckily they are home now and Joe can stop building the Ark. Their son Matthew came here with a friend and did a 15-mile bike ride in DuPont before flying to Brazil to join his wife Daniela and our 6-year-old grandson Levi. Daniela's parents and 103-year-old grandmother live in Brazil.
Pastor Leland Holland and his wife Deb held an Open House drop-in at their home in Connestee last Saturday. Dr. Holland is pastor at Rocky HillBaptist Church. If he hadn't decided to go into ministry I'm sure he would be head chef at a restaurant somewhere - he is a superb cook!
Rocky Hill Baptist Church hosted the quarterly Transylvania County Baptist Associational meeting last Tuesday, the 21st.
This Tuesday (Aug. 28th) I went with daughter Carri Harris and her girls to the children's museum in Greenville, SC. Then I returned her dog!
Anita Goldschmidt's son Jeff, from New York, is visiting. He helped Anita celebrate her birthday on Monday.
AROUND THE HOUSE ~ Linda Young
My visit to my niece’s vacation place in Lake Lure a couple of weeks ago had an unexpected “bonus”. My two nieces, my sister (who thought she wasn’t allergic) and I all got poison ivy as a result of pulling weeds. Both my sister and I sought medical attention. Thank goodness the little kids didn’t get it.
My sister, Kay, got a big surprise when she tried to fill her prescription. The pharmacy asked for $700. My prescription for the same medicine cost 60 cents at Wal-Mart. Obviously some mistake had been made but when she tried to call the clinic it was closed. It took two more itchy days to get the proper medication. She was not pleased.
What’s going on in your life that you would like to share? Please send all news to firstname.lastname@example.org. If need be, you may also call Linda Young at 877-5407. Contributions need to be received by Monday evening in order to be published in the Thursday edition of the Transylvania Times.