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CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY 4-25-24

NOT AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Packer Young

Dear readers, I was at a campground where the internet was not working on Tuesday and asked Christine to fill in for me.  She could not access the Cedar Mountain News email to get new news.  I am sending this version to all on my subscription list and posting it on Next Door so many will get this week's news even if late.

 

Thanks to Christine for pitching in and getting some news to the T Times for us.

 

RICHIE WILKINSON TRIBUTE

Richie Wilkinson, our artist-friend, our special pal, and our spontaneous party planner took her leave from us to become a heavenly hostess to the many friends and family members who have left our midst.  What will we do without our social butterfly? Richie shared her hearth and home with old friends, new acquaintances, and anyone she encountered in her antique shop, at the Music Center, or in the moment! If you met Richie, you became her fan.  Her life was fully engaged. 

 

She traveled and lived in many places, but Greenville, California, and Cedar Mountain were her favorite spots. Keep her husband John, her son, John Fabio, and her sisters, Mary Ellen and Happy in your thoughts and prayers.  If you want to learn more about her interesting life, call her friends and family.  We like talking about Richie! Shared by Sue Russell.

 

FIRESIDE CHATS at the COMMUNITY CENTER

5/22/24 2 pm Susan Garrett - Community Centers: worth and history

 

WILD GAME DINNER

The Cedar Mountain Baptist Church located at 7765 Greenville Hwy will be having its 2nd annual Wild Game dinner on Saturday, April 27th at 3:00 pm.  There will be delicious wild game meats, door prizes, and a silent auction. Please call the church office at 828-966-4812 to register or on our church website. We ask that you call so we can plan how many meals we will need.

 

FORESTRY WORKSHOP

Forest Management 101

Saturday, April 27th, 2024, 10 am - 2 pm (lunch included)

Community Services Building, 106 E. Morgan Street, Brevard, NC 28712

 

This workshop will cover, forest management resources, tax incentives for forest management, Climate-smart forestry practices, cost-share funding for invasive species control, and timber stand opportunities. This is perfect for any landowner who wants to take the next step towards restoring and preserving their family forest!  This workshop is made possible by the USFS Landscape Scale Restoration Grant and in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act.  Go To: www.ecoforesters.org/outreach-events, Email: info@ecoforesters.org or call: 828-484-6842. Free property maps with registration.  RSVP to hold your spot. 

 

SHERWOOD LADIES GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS FOR APRIL 22

Twenty golfers braved the cold on Earth Day to play the front nine. The team game was "2 Best Balls." Winning team: Marcia Bryant, Susan Ryerson, Nancy Waclawek, and Nanci Ziegler. Low net: Tina Nutty. Low gross: Nancy Waclawek. Next week the game is "Pink Ball Rotates." Thanks to everyone for showing up 30 minutes ahead of tee-off time at 10. It helps the starters. If you're running late, call the clubhouse at 828-884-7825 so we know you're on your way. And if you want to stay on top of all that's happening with the league, follow us on Facebook. We're "Sherwood Ladies Golf." See you Monday!

 

 

NOTE: All news must be sent to cedarmountainnews@gmail.com.  Photos need to be high resolution to ensure printability.  900 kb or more is recommended.

 

The deadline for the CM News is Monday evening or early Tuesday morning unless otherwise notified.  Your news and announcements are most welcome, and we need to see more of it.

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