CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY 6-29-17
CEDAR MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY CENTER POT LUCK
On Monday July 10th our program will be presented by Greg Carter of Deep Woods Mushrooms in Mills River. Greg is an instructor, grower and distributer of wild mushrooms and can often be seen at the Farmer’s Market in Brevard. You can bring wild mushrooms for identification.
Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at the Cedar Mountain Community Center. You are asked to please have your dish to share on the table by 6:15pm so we can be ready to eat at 6:30pm.
CANS FOR THE COMMUNITY
Please remember to bring non perishable food items for Cans for the Community when you visit the center. A large blue tub is provided for your donation. Items are accepted even if past the “sell by” date. If you have any questions, Clint Owings, president, can be reached at (828)883-9707.
CMCC BD OF DIRECTORS
Our next meeting is on Thursday July 6th at 4pm.
CEDAR MTN FIRE/RESCUE AUXILIARY
The auxiliary has pulled pork BBQ for sale at $8.00 lb. If interested please call 828-862-3342. All proceeds benefit fire dept.
FREE REIN CENTER
The Free Rein Center is looking for volunteers to help with therapeutic riding classes and other activities; we are a not-for- profit that provides equine assisted therapy for people of all ages with a variety of special needs. Call Mary Stoehr (828)606-3965 to sign up or questions.
JUNE BIRTHDAYS: Aubry Lawson celebrated her birthday on June 5th; Marshall Duke on June 11th, and Evie Rackly on June 14th. More recent birthdays were Doug Pace on the 22nd and Lenoir Bishop June 23rd.
JULY BIRTHDAYS: Looking ahead, July birthdays are as follows: Michael West on the 3rd; both Adam Pace and Jackson Bishop celebrate on July 7th (happy first birthday to Jackson.), and Myron Bishop on the 8th. Missie Duke's birthday is July 16th; Lorrie Smith the 22nd; Martha Ray the 26th and Rosemary Lee Carter July 31st.
ANNIVERSARY June anniversaries were Bobby & Lucy Jones on June 5th, and Rick & Debbie Williams on the 30th. July anniversaries are: Clyde & Patty Stahl on July 2nd; Marshall & Missie Duke on the 13th, and Joe & Christine Pace celebrate 27 year's on July 14th. Tony & Joy Murr celebrate another anniversary on July 19. Dr. Leland Holland & wife Deb celebrate on July 28th, and George & Nancy Mayer on July 30th.
CHRISTINE'S CORNER: So much is going on now that summer is in full swing. Each Saturday I travel throughout Cedar Mountain cutting fresh flowers & greenery to use for Sunday morning services at Rocky Hill Baptist church. Right now the Hydrangea is looking terrific. As is the pink wild Spirea alongside Hwy. 276. At the Cleveland home I found the Gooseneck Loostrife tall and in full bloom, whereas Mary Jane's are not yet blooming and much shorter. The difference is that one is in full sun while the other is in shade. These make great cut flowers and last well over a week, as do the Hosta leaves. Nancy Cadora called to tell me she has a bear sleeping on top of her patch of Crocosmia (Lucifer flower) and that it will be in bloom soon. I gave her & her husband an idea to keep that bear away.
Of course I dropped in on Tracy Gomez at "Changes in Altitude" gift shop, as I had just taken her six warty-gourd sheep the week before. "I sold one already." she exclaimed. I hope to find time to create more gourd & clay art for her this summer.
He didn't see me, but I saw photographer Rob Travis outdoors both Saturday and Sunday. His "Blue Moon Gallery" in the shops behind the fire department is not to be missed. Also in the strip is The Canteen, which has live music on Sunday evenings now.
And did you get out to Creekside Market Saturday evening for their live music and cook out? Plan to attend this week.
Stopping at the "Whistle Stop" produce stand is always a treat. They have the tastiest red tomatoes I've found anywhere. I couldn't get out of there without hearing a couple corny jokes though, in remembrance of the jokes I told at the community Talent Night the week before. Hmmm, I think I've found who can help me next year.
My little yard is now dry enough to mow, so that will be done by the time this issue comes out. Also on Thursday some folks are taking the Rocky Hill church van to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte for a visit and lunch. Ruth Whitson will meet them there.
Any extra time I get this week I will spend going through items I no longer use or need, which will lovingly be donated to the Friends for Life "Treasure Shop" in Brevard, and some to Safe's Attic or Samuel's Haven. So much to do; so little time. So how is your summer so far?
AROUND THE HOUSE ~ Linda Young
It’s a little late getting here but spring fever has finally caught up with me. I had my sun porch windows washed and can “see” my secret garden better. I am now enthused about sprucing it up. My gas space heater really did a number on those windows.
Well, two of the three “spooky” things that happened last week have explained themselves. I found that bathroom scale in a box under my sink. Don’t know why I would have put it there. The TV remote has been found to have a sticky fast-forward key and that explains that problem. However no explanation for the alert bell mysteriously ringing twice has come to light.
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