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April 04, 2013

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We need help! Looking for salespeople immediately! Are you energetic & self motivated? Experience not necessary! Come join our growing company today! Our 21st Year ��� Issue No. 14 ��� April 4, 2013 ��� 828-248-1408 COMMUNITY 3 198 TH 30 RUTHERFORDWEEKLY.COM ��Community First Media Follow ���Small town friendly, @Rutherfordwkly On BIG time results��� Rutherford County North Carolina Cooperative Extension Successful Gardner Program- Unusual Fruits & Nuts FIRST MEDIA 2013 FIR IA ANNIVERSARY ST , INC. MED OCEAN LAKES , MYRTLE BEACH, SC Getaway! ���A Family Favorite��� PLAN YOUR BEACH GETAWAY TODAY! Call 704-718-6953 The Extension Successful Gardener P Th E t i S f lG d Programs b i i A il begins in April with ���Wanna Go Bananas? Maybe Nuts? Or Just Fruity?��� Join us for the April 12 session that will focus on growing banana trees, hazelnuts (���lberts), pomegranates and ���gs in the home landscape. Th program will b h ld f The ill be held from 9 9am t 11 to 11am at th R th f d t the Rutherford County Extension Center located at 193 Callahan-Koon Road in Spindale, NC. The program is free, but you are asked to contact the Extension Center at 828-287-6011 to register. Article compliments of: Jan R. McGuinn N.C. Cooperative Extension Service Owls Welcome New Staff Member Mountain Village Chalets & Cabins ~FOR RENT~ 1 to 5 Bedrooms All Have Hot Tubs & Fireplaces 950 Main St. Chimney Rock, NC 704-472-3100 704-482-4888 704-472-5219 THURSDAY, APRIL 4TH EAST RUTHERFORD EASTER TOURNAMENT Game 9: Game 10: Game 11: Game 12: 1:00pm 3:15pm 5:30pm 7:30pm The Forest City Owls Baseball Club announced today the hiring of Breynna Winkler as the Director of Ticket Sales & Community Relations. The Director of Ticket Sales & Community Relations will have an active role in the community and work with non-pro���ts, youth sports teams and groups of all sizes as well as putting on events and fundraisers at the stadium and throughout Rutherford County. Breynna recently graduated from Gardner-Webb University with a Sport Management degree in August of 2012. Breynna worked for the Owls during the 2012 season as an Operations Intern. During her time at Gardner-Webb Breynna played basketball all four years and ���nished her career with a regular season championship and a conference tournament championship which took the team to the NCAA Tournament. ���I am thrilled to add Breynna to our staff,��� says Owls General Manger Jeremy Boler. ���I know Breynna will do a terri���c job this year. She is going to make sure everyone who comes to any Owls game is having a great time! Breynna worked extremely hard this year and deserves this opportunity. She is a great addition to our staff and ���ts in perfectly with the Owls organization.��� Winkler���s primary objectives are to increase group attendance and to continue establishing the Owls as a key member of Forest City and Rutherford County. Working with the other front of���ce members, Winkler aims to eclipse the single season attendance record by bringing over 70,000 fans to McNair Field for the 2013 season. ���I am extremely excited to be a part of the Forest City Owls Staff this season,��� adds Winkler. ���Going from an intern last summer to a full time staff member this season is an honor and a blessing. I couldn���t have asked for a better group of people to work with for this upcoming baseball season.��� at McNair Field home of the Forest City Owls Concessions will be available so come hungry and check out some new Owls concession items for the 2013 season! Article compliments of: Jeremy Boler General Manager Forest City Baseball THYROID PROBLEMS? ��CommunityFirstMedia Featuring: East Rutherford ��� Chase RS Central ��� Watauga Alexander Central South Caldwell ��� Chester Gaston Christian During the season, Winkler will be active all over the ballpark, adding to an already entertaining game day atmosphere. ���I am looking forward to seeing all of the returning fans and some new faces this season at the ball park,��� said Winkler. ���We are going to be bringing some fun and exciting surprises this year so get ready for a fun ���lled summer!��� Fans will be able to meet Breynna and all of the Owls members on Opening Night, set for Tuesday, May 28th. A limited number of season tickets are still available for the 2013 season. Season Tickets begin at less than $5 a game. For more information about any of the Owls ticket plans, please call the Owls front of���ce at 828-245-0000 to speak to Breynna or visit Are You Suffering With: Excessive fatigue? Hair falling out? Depressed? Sensitivity to cold? Constipation? Nervousness? Anxiety? Heart palpitations? Dry skin and hair? Muscle cramps? Need extra sleep? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then call quickly to save your seat for our: FREE THYROID SEMINAR - THURSDAY, APRIL 11TH AT 5:30 PM REE d r a love If you o ffering su one are yroid th from a n, conditio call us! PRESENTED BY DR. SARAH MERRISON-McENTIRE, D.C. Discussing the Origins & Support of Thyroid Disorders To reserve your seat call 828-245-0202 (limited seats) ��� DISCUSSION TOPICS ��� ��� Why are you taking thyroid hormones and still feeling miserable ��� Why blood sugar, adrenal gland function and your gut play a big role in thyroid health ��� Natural solutions to help your thyroid problems

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