CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY JUNE 2, 2016
CEDAR MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY CENTER NEWS The next community center program will be on Monday, June 13. Please have your covered-dish on the table by 6:15PM. The program will be about the original road that ran from here in Cedar Mountain to Brevard, NC, known then as the "Johnstone Turnpike". This will be one you won't want to miss.
The next meeting the Cedar Mountain Fire Rescue Department Auxiliary will be Monday June 6th at 7pm at the fire station. The scheduled meeting for the 7th was changed due to the election. Anyone interested in participating in the auxiliary is urged to attend. New members are always welcome.
COMMUNITY "TALENT" SOUGHT The Cedar Mountain Community Center will host a "Talent Night" again this year as the July monthly program, following a covered dish dinner. Monday July 11th is the date. Please have your covered dish on the table by 6:15pm. Dinner begins promptly at 6:30pm. If you have a talent to share please contact Christine Pace at (828)885-2103 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday September 17 there are 3 events scheduled. The Dunn’s Rock Community Center will have their annual Fundraiser Flea Market; Cedar Mountain Community Center will have a Flea Market sale; and Sherwood Forest is having a fundraiser flea market barn sale. There will be an abundance of items for shoppers in our little part of the world. Come make a day of it.
THE CEDAR MOUNTAIN ARTS TOUR
On Thursday Jun 2 from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm, the Blue Moon Galleries in “downtown” Cedar Mountain should be on your calendar. There will be metal working, hand built pottery demonstrations and a chance to see the work of a local landscape photographer. Admission is $40.00. There will be tours every Thursday from June 2nd through August 25th. This is a guided tour so please call the Pisgah Field School at 828-884-3443 for reservations or information.
Following the tour you can refresh yourself at the Cedar Mountain Canteen next door, grab a bite to eat at the Cedar Mountain Café or check out the Changes in Altitude gift shop across the street. The café is open 8:00 am - 2:00 pm and 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm on Thursdays.
1870’S-1920’S SONGS AT MCGAHA CHAPEL
Let’s sing some tuneful, playful songs you might not remember you have forgotten. But you sure enough may have forgotten, and we aim to remedy that. Come sing with us at Historic (1872) McGaha Chapel at 2 pm sharp on June 19th: Forty-five minutes of song followed by fresh watermelon served just outside the Chapel. What better way to spend Father’s Day afternoon? McGaha Chapel is on US 276 South (Greenville Hwy) in Cedar Mountain, just across from the north entrance to Sherwood Forest. Signs for the Chapel and parking will be displayed. Sponsored by the Greater Cedar Mountain Community and the Transylvania County Historical Society. (Questions? Contact Charles Burden: 884-8728).
CREEKSIDE AFTER 5
Creekside after 5 is a weekly (Saturday) festival-style gathering in the Cedar Mountain community for area residents, friends & vacationers. Saturdays are family-oriented. Kids and pets are preferred! A live band plays each week for your toe-tappin' pleasure. Taking the stage June 4th UNPAID BILL! Bring your coolers and chairs and set a spell, visit with old friends and make new ones while the magic of the mountains hooks you forever.
St. Timothy’s United Methodist Church at 1020 Asheville Hwy is sponsoring an antique appraisal on Saturday June 11th from 1-3 pm at the church. Appraisers will be Stan Shelley and Joette Humphrey of Shelly’s Jewelry in Hendersonville and estate specialist Beverly Nash.
Appraisals are $5 each with a limit of 3 items.
SHERWOOD FOREST LADIES GOLF LEAGUE - MAY 30th
Three Blind Mice, front 9 - Cherie Hennig - 31, Low Net - Lynda Camenzind - 25, Low Gross - Lynda Camenzind – 34.
ROCKY HILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday June 5th Dan & Julie Snyder, missionaries to Brazil, will be at the 11:00am service at Rocky Hill to give their annual report. The next Sunday, June 12th, Rev. Dan Ray of Greer, SC will fill in for Pastor Leland Holland. Rev. Ray had officiated as interim at Rocky Hill for over two years before Dr. Holland came on board. Ray, author of "Laughing with the Reverend" is retired now and he and his talented wife Martha will be eagerly welcomed back for a visit. They hope to see all their Cedar Mountain friends at the 11:00am service! Vacation Bible School will be the week of July 24th thru 28th this year with Patty Stahl again heading this fun event. For more information please call Rocky Hill Baptist church at (828)862-5611. And mark your calendar now for the annual "Homecoming" at Rocky Hill, which will begin at 10:30am on Sunday August 28th.
JUNE BIRTHDAYS Lenoir Bishop, choir leader at Rocky Hill church, will be singing Happy Birthday to himself on June 23rd! Aubrey Lawson, cherished daughter of Robert & Suzanne Lawson, will celebrate on June 5th. Joe Pace's baby-brother Doug Pace is turning another year older on June 22nd Sweet Evie Rackley, daughter of Jentsen & Margie Rackley, is growing up fast! Her birthday is June 14th. Evie is already an accomplished young lady.
JUNE ANNIVERSARIES Bobby & Lucy Jones on June 5th and Rick & Debbie Williams will be celebrating on June 30th.
FAITH MEMORIAL CHAPEL Services are held at Faith Chapel, an open-sided chapel surrounded by beautiful landscape and singing birds, holds services at 11:00am each Sunday from Memorial Day through Labor Day. They sponsor a different preacher/denomination each week, and everybody is invited to attend. The Reverend Stephen Rhoades of St. James Episcopal Church in Greenville will be preaching this Sunday, June 5th, at Faith memorial Chapel located on Stone’s Lake Road will be
VISITORS Jan & Scot May traveled here from Ohio, and Tommy Taylor stayed at "Sun River", traveling from Florence, SC. Joe and Christine Pace paid a visit to pastor Dan & Martha Ray in Greer, SC after church services this past Sunday.
AROUND THE HOUSE
The last few days have produced a flurry of activity for me. I have company coming Tuesday and have known this for 6 weeks. Of course I procrastinated readying the house until last Friday. My favorite word these days is mañana. Retired folks can do that. However too many mañanas came and went and I worked up a sweat doing fun stuff like shampooing the carpet on Sunday afternoon. Ugh! I perused the Transylvania Summer 2016 Explorer recently received with my mail and found several fun things to do. The weather may dictate how much outdoor activity will happen. Tell ya’ all about it next week.
What’s happening with you or in the community? We’d love to hear about it if you would like to share. All news for next week has to be received by Monday evening in order to be published in the Thursday edition of the Transylvania Times
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