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Imagine it’s 1944, you’re 17, and have been dropped off in the Marshall Islands, hostile Japanese all around, with no food or water, supplies, ammunition or mail access. A nightmare, right? But part of an all too real memory to Eden resident Bethel Griffith. The experiences of the group of 150 souls inadvertently left behind for months now called “A” Lost Company, is recorded in a book by Griffith, published in 2008, which explains the adventure and misfortune of Company “A” 10th Amphibian Tractor Battalion in World War II. Griffith was born in Woolwine, Sirginia in 1925, and moved to Leaksville as a child. Shortly after hearing of Pearl Harbor, 17-year-old Bethel lied about his age, and became a member of the United States Marines in 1943. The book goes through his boot camp memories, and several assignments prior to being sent to the newly created Company

“A” 10th Amphibian Tractor Battalion. This group left San Diego in December of 1943 and sailed west in the Pacific, no one knowing the destination. They later landed on Kwajalein Atoll, a tiny spot of land in the Marshall Islands, 6000 miles from his home. It wasn’t a peaceful landing. No waving palm trees and soft winds to enjoy^ just angry Japanese soldiers so close they were wading into the water throwing knives at the amphibian units landing to deploy Marines. Being the 1st conquest of Japanese property during World War II, the Marshall Islands included valuable real estate, even though they were only tiny dots of land peaking above the water from and undersea volcano^ some barely the size of a football field. Griffith’s book takes you through some of his most memorable boot camp adventures^ his time with the “Lost Company” and the times afterwards when he made his career

Griffith trail through Guadalcanal, and Aget Beach, Guam. Readers enjoy flipping through the photographs from the ordeal and other adventures of the war, as well as excerpts from letters to his sister, maps, and letters from other members of the company.

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Join the American Red Cross in celebrating National Blood Donor Month Throughout the month of January, the American Red Cross celebrates the contributions of thousands of volunteer blood donors in our area who give the gift of life with every blood donation. January has been designated National Blood Donor Month to raise awareness of blood donation during the time of year when blood supplies often fall to their lowest levels. Donations traditionally decline during the post-holiday season, due to busy schedules and inclement weather which can prevent people from keeping donation appointments. At the same time, the need for blood remains constant in the early months of the year. Giving blood is a way to support the community by helping to ensure that a stable inventory is available for premature babies, cancer patients, or the many people who suffer accidents and other illnesses which may require transfusions. National Blood Donor

Month not only honors those who give blood each year, but is also a time to educate and encourage new donors about the importance of giving blood. Blood has a shelf life of only 42 days, and, therefore, must

continually be replenished. Donors can give blood every 56 days, or up to six times a year. This year, you can make a difference. All it takes is your willingness to help someone in need and a pint of your blood. Most healthy people age 17 and older, or 16 with parental consent, who weigh at least 110 pounds,

are eligible to donate blood and platelets. Donors who are 18 and younger must also meet specific height and weight requirement. Schedules for the upcoming Month - Sunday, January 2, 2011, 12 noon – 4:30 pm, Rebecca Carbone Bloodstock, First Baptist Church, 1010 South 1st Ave., Mayodan, for an appointment call the church office 548-2565 - Wednesday, January 5th, 2:00 – 6:30 pm, Reidsville YMCA, 504 South Main Street, Reidsville, for an appointment call the American Red Cross at 349-3434 - Thursday, January 6th, 2:00 – 6:30 pm, Eden YMCA, 301 Kennedy Street, Eden for an appointment call the American Red Cross at 349-3434 - Friday, January 7th, 10 am – 2:30 pm, NC DOT, 191 Hwy 65, Wentworth, call Brenda Joyce 6345642 for an appointment

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Garden Of Eden Senior Center offers fun and instruction ! #et involved in activities at the ! #enealogy class- Register now free to seniors 65 years b older. 0enior Center. Call 656-8611 for to learn to e@plore your family cnder 65 must pay fees. information. Activities include> history. Classes will be held Towever this year, as part of a ! Ta@ assistance A Free ta@ prepa- Fridays at 1>LL and will begin special project, we will offer 5 ration will be provided by IR0 Uanuary 18. Classes are taught by classes free of charge to anyone Certified Community Iolunteers #erri #arrison and are free of 5L years or older. at the #arden of Jden 0enior charge. ! Register now for classes. Center located at 5LM Orchard ! Walking #roup from M>LL-M>VL Classes begin the week of Orive in Jden. Call Uanuary 9th. 656-8611 for an Basic computer appointment. Wednesdays V>VL-5>VL Available days are Basic level II computer Pondays 15-8, Tuesdays 1>VL-V>VL Wednesdays 1L-5 and Internet Buzzwords 0aturday, February (facebook etc.) Tuesdays 15th and 56th from 9-15 1L-5. Internet Fridays 9-15 ! 0enior Oance at the 0eniors are welcome to CB Tut. Ponday, come use our computers Uanuary V1st. It will during times we do not be from 6-9>VL have classes. admission will only ! eewff 0enior be $5.LL at the door. Beginners Technology Come at 6 for line Class will be offered free dance. The dance is of charge on 0aturday, T*ri teAchin. A +ini sessi*n At the seni*r center in *rder t* .et reAdM f*r her c'Ass thAt Ji'' Oe held the last Ponday Uanuary 15th and again *ffered in >An&ArM. of each month. on 0aturday Uanuary 55 ! Archery Yessonsfrom 1L>LL until 15>LL. #et ready for senior games. Uohn on the 0enior Center Track. Call 656-8611 to register. The Boutin is offering archery lessons ! Come J@ercise with us on class is limited to 11 students. at Ur’s archery on Tenry 0treet. Ponday, Wednesday and Friday ! Free beginner technology and Begins Uanuary 11th at 1>LL call M>VL-9>LL. 0it down or stand up computer class offered for 656-8611 for more info. class using resistance bands, balls seniors at the #arden of Jden ! Watercolor paint classes A and hand held weights. 0enior Center. Two classes Wednesdays and Fridays from 9- ! Rook or Tand and Foot card offered on 0aturday, Uanuary 15 15. Classes begin Uanuary 15th games A Anyone interested in and 0aturday, Uanuary 55, 5L11. ! Yandscape/ One 0troke paint playing the card game Tand and gou may sign up for both or just classes- Thursdays from 9-15. Foot please show up at the one. The class instructor will be Register now classes begin in #arden of Jden 0enior Center at Tori Tuffman, a senior at Uanuary. 1>LL pm on Wednesdays. Porehead Tigh 0chool. 0he will ! ^nit and Crochet A Pondays ! Bingo Bash at 9>LL on Ponday, be teaching as part of her senior from 1>LL-8>LL begins Ponday, Uanuary 58th at the #arden of project. Anyone interested in Uanuary 58th. Call for more info. Jden 0enior Center. being in the class can call 656656-8611. ! Bingo at Bridge 0treet Rec on 8611 to register. The class is lim! Yegal Aid will be Uanuary 1Vth Tuesday, Uanuary 19th at 1>LL ited to the first eleven particito make an appointment call 1- (bring a $1 prize) pants that sign up. MLL-951-5556 ! Computer classes are offered

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Letter to the Editor... Rockingham County’s Focused Deterrence What is Focused Oeterrencei This framework identifies the core offenders involved in a particular crime problemj creates a law enforcement, community, and social service partnershipj opens direct communication with the offendersj and makes clear to them the community wants them to stop the violence, that there is help available to them, and there will be consekuences for continued violent acts. The strategy was developed by lrofessor Oavid ^ennedy of Uohn U College in eew gork. The program was implemented in Boston Passachusetts in 1996, after the city had e@perienced a spike in violent offenses. Other cities, including Tigh loint implemented the program and found that their violent crime rates declined significantly. According to lrofessor ^ennedy, In Boston, youth homicide fell by two-thirds after the mCeasefiren strategy was put in place in 1996. In Yowell, youth assaults declinedj according to Yowell Tigh 0chool headmaster William 0amaras, who had been dealing with gang conflicts among students, there was man immediate kuieting effect on the school.n In Pinneapolis, one of several Pidwestern cities that had e@perienced an increasing homicide rate, homicide fell by 85 percent citywide in the months after the city kicked off its homicide prevention strategy. llans have been in place for past 15 months in Rockingham County to begin Focused Oeterrence. In Uuly 5LL9, the county received a grant from the #overnor’s Crime Commission to implement a crime scene investigative unit and a gang/violence prevention initiative. We have partnered with probation, local law enforcement, lroject Re-entry, RCC and O00 to effectively reduce violent crime in Rockingham County. Community involvement is an important element of this program. Without the support of community volunteers, we cannot successfully implement and sustain a potential life altering project such as this. We need your help. We are now in the process of planning a meeting with our community volunteers. If you are interested in participating, please contact the Rockingham County Forensic/#ang lrevention Bureau at VV6-656-9991. Pike Uames

Letter to the Editor Oear Friends and let lovers. I hope to keep this short as so many folks have helped us this year. I would hate to start mentioning them then forget someone special. But thank you so much for helping us help the animals with time and donations. Jvery weekend you will see some of our little ones at letsmart Charities. Our two main projects are the Country kitty crossing of our barn. We are trying to raise about 5L,LLL for this project. And our isolation ward cost about 15,LLL. Any help with a ta@ deductible donation towards these projects really would give us a boost as it is very hard to build and rescue animals at the same time financially. Well that is about it, we have some great pets for adoption, more out there that need help in the future, and a great body of work this year. Terb Poniz lresident Carolina Ieterinary Assistance and Adoption #roup, Inc. 5L1-cV VV6 V98 81L6 V98 Cook Florist Road, Reidsville eC 56V5L

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GROU! DIATETES CLASSES ^ Annie Penn Hospital offers FREE Diabetes Group Classes twice a week. Walk-ins are welcome. Dining Room C in the Annie Penn Cafeteria Each Tuesday- 10 -11am. and Thursday afternoons from 3-4 pm. Please call 951-4673. HOUSE CALLS W RADIO SHOW 11:30 a.m., 2nd & 4th Wednesday 1490 WLOE AM ` WMYN AM Hosted by Kerry Faunce, Morehead Hospital marketing director. Hosted by Torrey Goard, community health educator WEEKLY WELLNESS HOUR Every Wednesday evening at 7pm FREE to Public! Door Prizes! Learn about health and prosperity. 594 Pierce St, Eden, NC (next to library) 627-4325 S!ECIAL !O!ULATION DANCE W 336-627-7565 The Arc Of Rockingham County sponsors a special population dance monthly (the 2nd Thurs. of month RCC, Whitcomb Student Center. 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Refreshments. GRIEFSHARE E DIVORCE CARE W Support groups for people who are grieving the death of someone close to them or needing help healing from pain of separation or divorce. Every Mon. from 6:30- 8:00pm, Growing Oaks Community Church, 2270 Harrington Hwy., Eden. Call 623-1114, 558-5947 or visit FOSTER CARE E ADO!TION SU!!ORT Meets 3rd Tuesday of each month 6:30pm- 8:00pm, DSS Conf. Room. Jo Wilson 342-1394 SINGLE !ARENT SU!!ORT GROU! meets at Leaksville United Methodist Church, 603 Henry St., Eden. Dinner, child care provided. Door prizes. Sponsored by the Rock. Co. Partnership for Children, Rockingham Pregnancy Care Center, and Wal-Mart. FREE. Call Beverly at 342-9676 to register. MO!S - Eden MOPS - Contact Virginia at 623-3400 for more info - Reidsville MOPS - Contact Kelly at 348-1634 for more info - Rockingham MOPS - Contact Heidi at 427-2712 for more info

YOGA CLASSES - Terri Lea, certified Poga instructor at In Touch. Beginner & Intermediate Welcome - - 11@-A Arbor Lane, Eden. 82V-91V@ to register EDEN - CITY HALL EDEN ROOM Ongoing Classes Tues’ 8:309:45am or CB Hut - Boone Rd., Eden, Weds. 6pm-7:15pm $72 for 6 week session or $15 per class (must have min. number of students, class sizes limited, reg. early) !ARKINSON)S DISEASE SU!!ORT GROU! 2 p.m., Tuesday, January 18 Morehead Memorial Hospital Main Conference Room.A support group providing information and encouragement for individuals and families affected by Parkinson’s Disease. Refreshments will be provided. For more info. call 336627-6199. ADULT LITERACY TUTOR TRAINING Mons. and Weds., 1:30-4:30 p.m. Jan. 10, 12, 17, and 19 Participants should plan to attend all four sessions. ESL XEnJM@IC aI a SBAon? LanJuaJBY Tutor Tra@n@nJ Mon. and Weds., Jan. 24 and 26 1:30-4:30 p.m. Participants should plan to attend both sessions. At the Rockingham County Literacy Project 705-A Washington Street, Eden Call Jean Light Kinyon at 6270007 to pre-register, or visit

Civic and Group Meetings EDEN)S WOMEN)S CLUT W 3rd Thurs. of mo. - 7pm. 6237290 S!ECIAL YOUNG ADULTS 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Tuesdays, January 4 & 18 Morehead Memorial Hospital Downstairs Classroom A night for adults ages 18-45 with mild or moderate developmental disabilities to meet new friends, play games (Bingo, Uno, Dominoes), make crafts, enjoy snacks and participate in other social activities. For more info.n, call Brenda Moore at 623-1077 or613-5174 after 6 p.m.

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Free Meals MEALS WITH FRIENDS! Monday a Thursday at lunch time. Anyone 60 years of age and over Why7 activities, good food b fun c HUNTSVILLE NUTRITION 1151 Sardis Church Rd., Madison 427-5206 Site Manager-eoann Williams-Tucker c LEAfSVILLE NUTRITION Bridge St. Rec. 400 Bridge St. Eden Site Managers- Mildred Cochran fay Ramsey 623-5343 c MAD. - MAYO. NUTRITION Mad. a May. Rec. 300 S Second Ave., May. - 445-9840 Rita Hunt c REIDSVILLE SENIOR CENTER Reidsville Rec./ RHS Apartment 201 N Washington St., Reidsville Site Managers- Sara Dominick b Diane Clark 349-9757 SA:<A3ION ARM& Hungryi Come by and have a meal on us! Mon. thru Fri. 1270012730 314 Morgan Rd, Eden Sunday 9730 worship 11am Sunday School.

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AM+RICAN :+GION POS3 7A - Reidsville, Meets the 1st Monday each month at 7pm at the post located behind Auto Yone in Reidsville. For more info7 336295-2996. AM+RICAN :+GION POS3 'BC Meets 3rd Thursday of each month 6730pm. All Vets are Welcome 147 N. Fieldcrest Rd, Eden CI<I: AIR PA3RO: The Civil Air Patrol (CAP) is seeking volunteer members to help perform emergency services (including search and rescue and disaster relief operations)] aerospace education] and cadet programs for teens. Meetings every Thursday at 6730 p.m. at Shiloh Airport, Stoneville. Call Charlie Spratt at 336-537-3115 or 336520-7886. DJOSH$A-S 3ROOPSE Meet every 2nd Thursday of the month at 8730am at the Dan Valley Com. Bldg (Madison) Do not .a1$ to 2$ a 1$t to att$n*3 MARIN+ CORPS :+AG$+ Meetings 2nd Thursday each month at 6730pm - 8pm, at the Whitcomb Student Center at RCC. Seeking new members 613-3171 or email AM<+3S- Newly formed local group. All Veterans and service men and women welcome. Willard (Woody) Waters at 635-1786 or woodyeeeAembar^

MA&ODAN M+RCHAN3-S ASSOC. Pro-active group comprised of business and property owners intersted in working to improve the Downtown area. Regular meetings will be held monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7700 pm, at Mayodan Town Hall. R+D CROSS B:OODMOBI:+S Appointments are strongly recommended for donors to get in and out faster. Call for the nearest bloodmobile near you! 349-3434

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HABI3A3 R+S3OR+ HO$RS Monday b Thursday 1 - 3 PM 249 The Boulevard, Eden Tax-Deductible Donated Items Help Build Houses. Building Materials, Furn., Appliances Large item pick-up 627-0160 N+0 B+GINNINGS N++DS... Children’s clothing for this difficult holiday season. This shop’s proceeds supports the Rockingham County Women’s Shelter. Please donate you unneeded items to this shop. 653 Washington Street, Eden Phone7 336-627-5003 3AH PR+PARA3ION ASSIS3ANC+ ?OR S+NIORS Garden of Eden Senior Center at 508 Orchard Dr., Eden. Staffed by volunteers trained by the IRS. Beginning eanuary 31st, taxes will be prepared every Monday from 12 noon - 4 p.m. and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until April 11th. Also on two Saturdays, February 12th b 26th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call the Senior Center 336-627-4711 for reservations but walk ins are also welcome. 0IN+, NO 0HIN+, 3AS3ING B+N+?I3I Best Auditorium Benefits and Performances 2011Friday, eanuary 14, 2011 A 5 - 8 PM The Front Porch 702 Washington St., Eden Appetizers a 50/50 Raffle a Entertainment Allen Mills, ALLENDALE ROAD, Guitar b Vocals Sheree eoyce Mills of Ranch Palos Verdes CA, Coordinator T10 Benefit Donation Benefits7 eohn Motley Morehead High School Duane Best Scholarship Fund Lynn Tuttle, President Auditorium Seat Replacement Promect P O Box 4424, Eden NC 27289


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A Winter Wine Count' (tar & Art EMpo to warm those !nvestin( !n *ockin(ham County4s 5uality of 8ife winter days Continued from Page 3 County in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Ebersole received a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation and Park Administration from Virginia Commonwealth Cniversity in Richmond, Virginia. He earned a Masters Degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation and a Doctor of Philosophy in Education Policy, Planning and Administration from the Cniversity of Maryland. Dr. Michael S. Helmick has served as Vice President for Academic Affairs at Western Piedmont Community College since 2007. Prior to his current position, he served as the Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Technical College of the Low Country in Beaufort, South Carolina from 20052007. He served as Dean of Technical Education at Walters State Community College in Morristown, Tennessee from 2000-2005. Dr. Helmick received a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Arts Education from the Cniversity of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida. He earned a Masters Degree in Technology and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from East Tennessee State Cniversity in Johnson City, Tennessee. Dr. Vernon L. Lawter, !r. has served as Provost/Vice President of the Citrus Campus of the College of Central Florida since 2006. Prior to his current position, he served as the Director of the Mooresville Center from 2005-2006 and the Director of New & Expanding Industry and Focused Industrial Training from 2000-2004 at Mitchell Community College in Statesville, North Carolina. Dr. Lawter received a Bachelor’s Degree and a Masters Degree in English from CNC at Charlotte. He earned an Educational Specialist Degree in Higher Education/Adult Education from Appalachian State Cniversity and a Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from NC State Cniversity. Dr. Sheila J. Ruhland has served as Vice President of Instruction at Rockingham Community College in Wentworth, N.C. since 2007. Prior to her current position, she served as Vice President of Instruction at Clatsop Community College in Astoria, Oregon from 2004 to 2007. From 1999 to 2004, she served as Assistant Professor in the Department of Work, Community and Family Education at Cniversity of Minnesota. From 1995 to 1999, Dr. Ruhland served as Dean of Business at Western Wisconsin Technical College in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Dr. Ruhland earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and Distributive Education from the Cniversity

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Fina; <prin? <eme<ter re?i<tration 0+#T0/%TD B :inal registration for spring semester at Rockingham Community College is scheduled for Xan. O from noon to W p.m. and Xan. Y from EG a.m. to W p.m. In order to participate in this final registration period9 applicants are urged to complete the admission process =y Dec. FF. The college will =e closed for a holiday =reak until Xan. O. In order to register9 applicants need to complete an application9 take placement tests if re[uired9 review placement tests results with a counselor9 have all official transcripts from high school/GED and all colleges attended to the RCC admissions office and make an appointment to see their assigned advisors. Spring semester classes =egin Xan. ].

EnpFt wanted on Iayodan eKent< The Mayodan Merchan’ts Association would like your input on what projects you would like to see downtown in the coming year. Please make the time to write down you top five ideas and send them in to Downtown Merchants Association9 FGF 2. Main Str.9 Mayodan9 NC FWGFW. Mayodan Merchant’s Association is a pro-active group comprised of =usiness and property owners interested in working to improve the Downtown area. Regular meetings will =e held monthly on the Ord Monday at W`GG pm9 at Mayodan Town Hall.

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of Decem=er ]th9 several lines of Deputy Sheriffs9 Dentition officers9 as well as their families and friends9 paraded from the new Rockingham County Xail a Law Enforcement Center in 2entworth9 =i=les in hand9 to gather on the lawn for the official swear in. The ceremony =egan with a pledge of allegiance to the flag and a moment of silence for those fallen in line of duty. Sheriff Sam Page was the first to =e sworn in =y Xudge Ed 2ilson. Standing close =eside Page were his wife bathy Gunn Page and his parents9 Stephen and Lillian Page . Soon after followed the swear-in of the entire crew of Deputy Sheriffs as well as supporting staff and Xail Staff. Trying to keep the ceremony short due to the =itter cold9 Page =egan =y ecplaining that the office of Sheriff is actually a Constitutionally Esta=lished office9 the oldest office of law enforcement in the nation9 esta=lished in North Carolina in EWW]

and still carries the same responsi=ilities it did centuries ago. The four primary responsi=ilities of the office of Sheriff are to provide Law EnforcePage takes oath of office with his ment9 serve due $athy Page and husband mother, father and wife process9 run the jail standing by for suAAort. and Sheriff Sam Page system9 and protect at court through the Bailiff System. eI recogniUe the =adge of my office as a sym=ol of pu=lic faith9f Page said. Elected =y the majority of HF9GGG citiUens9 he noted9 the office of Sheriff has HF9GGG =osses. His challenge to the Deputies9 in addition to following the law9 is to maintain focus as a teamg to look out9 protect and support each team mem=er. Each deputy signing his oath9 and enjoying refreshments followed the event. This was the first official swearin at the county’s new jail and Rockingham County DeAuties take oath of office. law facility.

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3ALEIGO -- The North Carolina Community Foundation has awarded more than $983,368 in scholarships and educational grants in 2010, according to NCCF CEO Jennifer Tolle Whiteside. The NCCF has awarded $459,355 in direct scholarship aid to students from across North Carolina, representing 307 scholarships to 280 students. Of these, 97 scholarships were awarded to first-generation college students. The NCCF also has contributed another $524,013 in grant money to educational institutions for the purpose of awarding scholarships to students attending these schools. Direct scholarships have been awarded to recent high school graduates and other qualified adults seeking higher education at public and private universities and community colleges. Scholarship endowments are held by the NCCF for most of its 60 affiliate foundations statewide. The scholarships are among 1,731 grants totaling more than $5.8 million that the NCCF has awarded to nonprofits across North Carolina in the past year. OWe salute the generosity of our fund-holders and donors, who are transforming the lives of many North Carolinians through the power of education,P Tolle Whiteside said. !"#$t t'e )#rt' Car#lina C#00$nity F#$ndati#n4 5'e )CCF i6 t'e 6in7le 6tate8ide 9#00$nity :#$ndati#n 6er;in7 )#rt' Car#lina and 'a6 0ade nearly <=> 0illi#n in 7rant6 6in9e it6 in9e?ti#n in @ABBC Dit' 0#re t'an <@>E 0illi#n in a66et6, t'e )CCF 6$6tain6 @,EEE end#80ent6 e6ta"li6'ed t# ?r#;ide l#n7Gter0 6$??#rt #: a "r#ad ran7e #: 9#00$nity need6, n#n?r#:it #r7aniHati#n6, in6tit$ti#n6 and 69'#lar6'i?6C 5'e )CCF ?artner6 8it' =E a::iliate :#$ndati#n6 t# ?r#;ide l#9al re6#$r9e all#9ati#n and 9#00$nity a66i6tan9e in == 9#$ntie6 a9r#66 t'e 6tateC !n i0?#rtant 9#0?#nent #: t'e )CCFI6 0i66i#n i6 t# en6$re t'at r$ral ?'ilanG t'r#?y 'a6 a ;#i9e at l#9al, re7i#nal and nati#nal le;el6C F#r 0#re in:#r0aG ti#n, ;i6it n99#00$nity:#$ndati#nC#r7 and Fa9e"##JC 5'#6e intere6ted in in;e6ti7atin7 69'#lar6'i? #??#rt$nitie6 #::ered t'r#$7' t'e )CCF 6'#$ld 9'e9J t'e )CCF 8e"6ite in Fe"r$ary KE@@C

Corbi: beRi:s ?9ties Aith state aLLroval For the first time, Rockingham Community College has a fulltime lead instructor for the certified nursing assistant program. Mary Corbin began her duties in November after serving 16 years as nursing assistant program instructor/coordinator at Guilford Technical Community College. A graduate of the University of Maryland School Of Nursing, Corbin has over 30 years experience as a registered nurse. During that time she discovered a love for geriatric nursing. OI always loved hands-on care,P said Corbin. OToday’s nurse spends a lot of time doing paper or computer work, but that is not what lured me into the profession. I love working with patients.P In modern medical facilities, hands-on Cor3in work is typically relegated to certified nursing assistants. That is what drew Corbin to the program and it is why she loves it. At RCC, one of her first duties was to take the program through the biannual approval process conducted by the NC Department of Health and Human Services. Approval had to be given for clinical space, keeping of records, and instruction/lab site. CNA programs taught through community colleges must be state approved. Otherwise, the program can be shut down. Fortunately, Corbin was familiar with the process and the approval process went smoothly. Now Corbin can concentrate solely on what she loves – teaching others how to care for patients.

!etse:se Ool?s Gra:? OLe:i:R I: December Get your pet’s nails done, adopt a furry, lifelong friend or just enjoy special giveaway items starting at 9 a.m on Saturday, December 11, 2010, as the Rockingham County Humane Society joins Mayor James K. Festerman at the grand opening of the new Reidsville Petsense store located at 1547 Freeway Drive. The 6,000-square-foot store, which previously housed a Movie Gallery, will sell around 5,000 pet-related products from pet food to toys to self-cleaning litter boxes – and much more – for dogs, cats, birds, fish, reptiles and other small animals such as hamsters, gerbils, ferrets and rabbits. Store Manager Cathie Basil said Petsense will also offer its popular, state-of-the-art Groom Shop, an in-store adoption program, and fun, seasonal events. OLeashed and vaccinated pets are always welcome inside our store to assist their owners with shopping and sniffing out hot new items,P said Basil.

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-inter--ine -onderland at ChinCua-Penn ! W i n t e r - W i n e Won*er+an*-. the region2s on+y 5inter 5ine 6esti7a+. 5i++ 8e he+* Satur*ay. ;anuary 2=. 2>??. 6rom ?A>> pCmC unti+ DA>> pCmC at the Betsy-;e66 Fenn 4-H E*ucation Center. L>4 Ce*ar Mane. Rei*s7i++e. NCC The 6un*-raising e7ent is co-sponsore* 8y the Betsy-;e66 Fenn 4-H E*ucation Center A*7isory Boar* an* the Fine Arts Festi7a+ Association o6 Rockingham CountyC Frocee*s 5i++ support scho+arships 6or youth to atten* the Betsy-;e66 Fenn 4-H Camp an* 8ene6it the Fine Arts Festi7a+ AssociationC Wineries 5i++ inc+u*e Gro7e Winery. ChinUua-Fenn Wines. BenVamin Wineyar*s. an* Mock+ear WineryC Moca+ 6oo* tastings 5i++ 8e pro7i*e* 8y 555Cpie*mont+oca+6oo*Ccom Hot choco+ate an* app+e ci*er 5i++ 8e a7ai+a8+e 6or chi+*ren an* *esignate* *ri7ersC Art exhi8its an* *emonstrations 5i++ 8e pro7i*e* 8y +oca+ artists. an* +i7e entertainment 5i++ 6i++ the a6ternoonC Many 7arie* *oor priZes 5i++ 8e gi7en a5ay. an* tours o6 the camp 5i++ 8e on-goingC Beat those 5inter 8+ues. an* atten* !Winter-Wine Won*er+an*to support ki*s at camp. artists. an* North Caro+ina 5ineries an* agricu+tureC A*7ance tickets are on+y [2> each\or a *oZen 6or [2>>] What 8etter Christmas gi6ts 6or 6ami+y. 6rien*s. an* co-5orkersC Furchase your tickets no5 6rom Gro7e Winery. ChinUua Fenn Gi6t Shop. Bren*a War* at Went5orth To5n Ha++. Texie Nee*ham at Home Sa7ings Bank in Rei*s7i++e. or any Boar* Mem8er o6 the Betsy-;e66 Fenn 4-H Camp or Rockingham County Fine Arts Festi7a+ AssociationC

RCC loses more to retirement Se7era+ emp+oyees ha7e recent+y retire* a6ter +ong years o6 ser7ice to Rockingham Community Co++egeC Terry Kent o6 _an8ury retire* e66ect _ecC ? a6ter 2L years as a counse+orC Kent recei7e* a 8ache+or2s *egree in socio+ogy an* a master2s *egree in counse+or e*ucation. 8oth 6rom Appa+achian State `ni7ersityC Whi+e at RCC. Kent 5as acti7e in the schoo+2s Co++ege Assem8+y. a go7erning organiZation comprise* o6 stu*ents. 6acu+ty an* sta66C Whi+e the $e50 assem8+y *i* not set po+icy or proce*ure. they ma*e recommen*ations to the presi*ent a8out po+icies an* proce*uresC Kent ser7e* this organiZation in 7arious ro+es. inc+u*ing 7ice presi*entC For 2L years he has represente* the co++ege on the Rockingham County ;u7eni+e ;ustice an* _e+inUuency Fre7ention Task Force. a group that 5orks to keep trou8+e* youth out o6 institutiona+iZe* con6inementC He +,-./00 is a+so the co++ege2s contact 5ith Wocationa+ Reha8i+itation o6 Rockingham County an* its representati7e 6or ;o8MinkC _uring his time as an RCC counse+or. Kent 5as a++o5e* to spen* a summer atten*ing the KEMMOGG Institute at Appa+achian StateC At the en* o6 his training. he ha* earne* a certi6icate in *e7e+opmenta+ e*ucation 5hich ma*e him more e66ecti7e in 5orking 5ith in*i7i*ua+s 5ith specia+ nee*sC He a+so earne* a nationa+ certi6ication as 8oth a 678e4 +icense* pro6essiona+ counse+or an* nationa+ certi6ie* counse+orC Whi+e at RCC. Kent 5as acti7e in the schoo+2s Co++ege Assem8+y. a go7erning organiZation comprise* o6 stu*ents. 6acu+ty an* sta66C Whi+e the assem8+y *i* not set po+icy or proce*ure. they ma*e recommen*ations to the presi*ent a8out po+icies an* proce*uresC Kent ser7e* this organiZation in 7arious ro+es. inc+u*ing 7ice presi*entC Mynn Fruitt o6 Rei*s7i++e is retiring e66ec!12e,04 ti7e ;anC ? a6ter 2? years as executi7e secretary to _rC Bi++ Knight. 6ormer executi7e 7icepresi*ent. an* 6or the past three years as curricu+um assistant to _rC Shei+a Ruh+an*. 7ice-presi*ent o6 instructionC A nati7e o6 Mountainsi*e. Ne5 ;ersey. Fruitt 5as e*ucate* at A7erett `ni7ersity

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County Star Investing In Rockingham County’s 5uality of Life Continued from Page 16 (Averett Women’s College when she enrolled in 1966). Bill James of Reidsville, assistant professor of history, is also retiring effective Jan. 1. James has a V0 year teaching career with the last seven years spent at RCC. Born in New Jersey but raised in Saudi Arabia where his father worked for Arabia American Oil Company, James brought an interesting perspective to teaching. He said he tended to see history in a positive light rather than a negative one. For example, he said a certain practice might be morally wrong and yet it might be accepted and practiced worldwide. The positive and remarkable point in history, he says, is when somebody recognizes it as wrong and changes it. James earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Washington and Lee University and a master’s degree in history from James Madison University. Circulation clerk, Carolyn Roberts is retiring effective Jan. 1 after 30 years at RCC. Her position is being eliminated. Although the job was always classified as permanent part-time, Roberts liked it so much she never sought a full-time position with the college. Educated at Mars Hill College where she earned a diploma in secretarial science, Roberts worked as a secretary at several places, including Reidsville High School, before taking the position at the RCC library. She worked under all three of the college’s presidents. She loved working with and helping the students and says she is going to miss them.

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CCMCG'-=B PG=DD'I=KNQI'IQCD'DRBC:N''' -$)1-,31S – The Civil War is having a birthday. The year 2011 marks the 150th anniversary of the great internal conflict that took an enormous toll on our nation. During spring semester 2011, Rockingham Community College is offering a course on the Civil War through its humanities division. Instructor Mark Sattler plans to examine the conditions that led to the war, military strategies and conditions throughout the conflict, international relations, the home front, womenjs roles, medicine, the postwar US through Reconstruction, and more. Students will be researching significant Civil War figures, important battles, the effects of geography on the battles, and how the war was remembered. Re-enactors from the 11th NC Volunteers will come on campus to demonstrate uniforms, camp life, drill, and a firing simulation. A different re-enactor will demonstrate life for women behind the lines and their struggles to support the troops. In addition, Sattler plans to take students to at least one Civil War site to examine the effects of geography on fighting. Classes will be held Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9-9N50 a.m. The class is a 3 credit hour class. Reauired prereauisites are English 90 and reading 90. Join the class during this anniversary year, an ideal time to reexamine this pivotal event in U.S. history. Registration will be held in the Admissions Office in Whitcomb Student Center on Jan. 3 from noon to 7 p.m. and Jan. V from 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

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Josue Reyes Japanese at it’s best. Josue Reyes of Yon-O Express held the ribbon cutting of their second location in Rockingham County, 151C S. Scales Street, Reidsville, in the former Hardee’s building near Penn Rose Mall. Their original location is still open in Eden in the front of the Eden Mall.

1on9+ oKenM MeNond PoNation Yon-O E(press Japanese Restaurant has opened their second location in the county preparing authentic oriental Hibachi & Teriyaki Style food. Located at 1519 S. Scales St., Reidsville, this second location offers a drive through as well as take-out and a beautiful eat-in facility. This is in the old Hardee’s building. For call-in orders call 342-0092. Yon-O has made it’s reputation in Eden, at the Eden Mall, as a great place for Puality attention

to details and affordable prices. For call-ins to the Eden location call 635-0R00. Both locations are open seven days a week. “At Yon-O E(press we know the e(pectation of our customers so this is why everyday we try our hardest to be the communities favorite. We use fresh vegetables and daily fresh cut meats for the finest Puality,” Josue Reyes. Featuring a wide variety of seafood cooked on the grill to your taste including salmon,

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Rio Grande Me>ican Grille and Patio While you may not want to use their patio on these chilly winter days, it is a great way to enZoy a meal in the warmer months. Rio has great indoor seating and can accommodate special meetings and parties in this restaurant. Call 623-26_0 for more information.

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Support our Olde LeaMsville Restaurants Reno’s Italian Restaurant Reno’s offers Italian entrees, subs, a salad bar and pizza at their 629 Monroe Street location. They offer authentic Italian food in our fair city. Dine in or take out. Call 336-623-2033 for more information.

These medical services organizations are Zointly located in the former Blockbuster fideo space at Meadow Greens Shopping Center off of Hwy 14. Their ribbon cutting will take place on Wednesday, January 19th at 4b00pm.

My FriendJs Place Consignment Stop by the Two Rivers Plaza, located at 30R Meadow Road, suite C for the ribbon cutting of My Friend’s Place Consignment store on Thursday, January 20th at 11b00pm. This is where you can find clothing, household items, child products and much more. For more information, call owner Kim Ayala at 5_9-0_3_.

Heather BJs Sand:ich Cafe Stop by 63R Washington Street and try the delicious soups, sandwiches and pies that Heather makes daily. You can also get on her email alert list to learn about what is on the menu each day. Call 336-623-2900 for more information

RocMingham Literacy ProRect • Located at the Rockingham County Literacy ProZect R05-A Washington Street, Eden Call Jean Light Kinyon at 62R000R to pre-register, or visit for more information. • Adult Literacy Tutor Training on Mondays and Wednesdays, January 10, 12, 1R, and 19 from 1b30p.m.-4b30 p.m. Participants should plan to attend all four sessions. • ESL (English as a Second Language) Tutor Training Mondays and Wednesdays, January 24th and 26th from 1b30p.m.-4b30 p.m. Participants should plan to attend both sessions.

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Major Abner Bullins, Deputy Anthony Wilson, Jeremy Dewberry (sports director), and Barry Mabe, Executive director of Eden YMCA display a portion of the toys. In December a pickup truck full of new toys were gathered and delivered to the Eden YMCA. Barry Mabe, E(ecutive Director of the Eden YMCA said he was grateful for the donations and went straightto work distribute them to the less fortunate. Sheriff Page e(pressed his appreciation to those making donations of toys. Because of this generosity, many children were able to e(perience a better Christmas.

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Von Trap to perform Jn Bethany Middle School Elisabeth von Trapp will perform at Bethany Community Middle School. A rich Musical LegacyaAn Inspiration for the Heart, starring Elisabeth von Trapp takes place on February 9, 2011 at 6:30pm at Bethany Community Middle School. Elisabeth is the granddaughter of the legendary Maria and Baron Von Trapp whose story inspired the 1960’s classic movie, The Sound of Music. Singing professionally since childhood, Elisabeth has enthralled audiences from European cathedrals to Washington D.C.’s Pennedy Center. !"e$%&e'(he'*%+*e&(',-'%.e&'-he /,00' h1.e' (he' *&%/2' 31-4,+3 /,(h' (he' -hee&' 5e16(7' %$' he& .%,*e8” Boston Globe “Building on her famed family’s passion for music, Elisabeth has created her own artistic style, at once ethereal and earthy, delicate and powerful. Listeners have likened her to Judy Collins and Loreena McPennitt Critics have called her voicea “hauntingly clear” “joyfully expressive” and “simply beautiful.” “Elisabeth’s concert repertoire ranges from Bach to Broadway... Schubert to Sting. With equal ease and eloquence she sings timeless wonders like Rogers and Hammerstein’s Favorite Things and Edelweiss, Lieder by Mozart, Puccini’s O Mio Babbino Caro, soaring gospel tunes, pop classics like A Whiter Shade of Pale and her own stunning compositions.” Audiences of all ages are drawn and awed by the beauty of her voice and musical arrangements... their hearts touched by the astonishing sound of her unique new music. Tickets for the evening performance are $20.00. Seating is limited, so act now. Tickets can be purchased at Bethany Community Middle School during school hours. Contact Leon Gentry at 336-951-2169 or email for more information . Bethany Community School Foundation - Supporting iuality Education Bethany Community School Foundation (the Foundation) was formed in 2008 to address the challenge of financing school facilities and technology, and other capitalintensive projects in the BCMS classroom. The Foundation is a 501 c(3) non-profit organization working in partnership with others to support the mission of BCMS. The Elisabeth von Trapp Evening Concert is a


Fleishman leaves practice Longtime Eden general surgeon Henry A. Fleishman and his wife Gini will move to Charlotte at the end of the year. Their daughter Margaret is a physicians’ assistant at Carolinas Medical Center in CharlotteD and his daughter Leonie and her husband, Jay, who has recently completed a plastic surgery residency and has j o i n e d Presbyterian Hospital, now live in Charlotte with their two daughFleishman ters. His son Nathan is a medical student at East Carolina Medical School in Greenville, NC Dr. Fleishman has been in practice in Eden since April 1979 at Piedmont Surgical Associates. He played a major role in the creation of the John Smith, Jr.Dalton McMichael Cancer Center and in securing its accreditation with commendation from the American College of Surgeons, as well as in the creation of the Morehead Wound Healing Center. He built the relationships to have the Susan G. Pomen Foundation, which support Breast Cancer research, come to Rockingham CountyD and In addition to serving as Chairman of the hospital Cancer Committee since its inception, he has held several other hospital leadership positions, including Chief of Staff, Chief of Surgery, and as a member of the Medical Executive Committee.


“Dr. Fleishman has made significant contributions to Morehead Memorial Hospital as well as the Eden community over the past 32 years and he will be missed. We are indebted to his vision and commitment to improving the quality of life in this community and bringing healthcare to a higher level. We wish him and his wife Gini the best in their new endeavor,” Mayor John Grogan. In December Mayor Grogan, recognized Dr. Henry A. Fleishman for all the contributions that he has made to our city and to Morehead Memorial Hospital and we wish him blessed future.

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On Novem+er ``E `NWNE :etective Sgt7 ^evin Suthard asked the pu+lic to assist in locatI ing Re+ecca Ann Sheeler and Andy Sayne Silson7 The two are wanted on numerous charges for crimes relating to <reaking and Entering residences7 The couple has +een located in Springfield Missouri and is +eing held on Felony <reaking a Entering charges for WbN Chrystal Lake Road in Reidsville7 The process of eKtradition to Rockingham County North Carolina has +egun7

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C O $ % T Y ( O))* O $ T T+ E ( ECY)CI%G T(/I)E(* Rockingham County recently rolled out porta+le recycling trailers at siK of the county’s volunteer fire departI ments7 MultiI+in trailers will +e located one day per week from O[NN am until W[MN pm at county fire departments as folI lows[ Mondays[ North Stoneyview Fire :epartment Tuesdays[ Silliams+urg Fire :epartment Sednesdays[ Huntsville Fire :epartment Thursdays[ Oregon Hill Fire :epartment Fridays[ Leaksville Fire :epartment Saturday[ <ethany Fire :epartment County citiZens may delivI er their recycled items to the designated Fire :epartments at no chargeE +ut regular houseI hold waste will not +e accepted7 Each trailer will feature removI a+le +ins accepting[ R card+oard R miKed paper R newspapers R clearE +rown and green glass +ottles Lars and Lugs R plastic +ottles Lars and Lugs R steel and aluminum cans7 An attendant will +e preI sent at each location to assist with separation of items7 At the end of the dayE trailers will +e taken to the County Landfill to +e emptied and returned to the neKt site7 According to CommisI sioner ]ames ^allamE these mo+ile stations are intended to assist citiZens in recycling the large variety of items listed a+ove7 “Myself and mem+ers of the Solid Saste Committee have worked to make recycling convenient to the citiZens of Rockingham CountyE” he eKplained7 “<y using mo+ile trailers and providing multiple drop sitesE we’re trying to make recycling simpleE convenient and afforda+le for Rockingham County citiZens7

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I:a<in? a cAilC <oin< AEn<rG... ...and you may picture in your head a far away third world country. Now, imagine being able to help that child, his parents, brothers or sisters by simply giving a dollar or two a week when you are able. Now, what if that child were right in your county, your community, or right next door, would that trouble you? Would it trouble you to know that 42,407 individuals found it necessary to reach out because they needed help with putting food on the table this past year, right here in our county? That is 20,646 families who admitted to needing help, and sought it out at The Lord’s Pantry from December 9, 2009 L December 1, 2010. With an average of 85 new families per month coming to receive food assistance over the past year, the need is great, therefore the need for monetary assistance is greater than ever. Each family, with qualifying paperwork, can simply attend every other Monday to receive a bag of groceries and a box of bread and cakes. Last year alone 20,646 bags and 20,646 boxes were distributed without one penny being charged to the recipients. Some 75 volunteers distribute this food every MondayS to the recipients are who are allowed to attend every other week to receive free food items. With donations over the past year reaching T43,528.10 for food, the purchase of food from 2nd Harvest Food equals T790,128.51 in wholesale value of foods, meaning T746,600.41 in savings. In addition to the purchase of food from 2nd Harvest, two special Food Lions, the Eden Mall location and Mayodan’s Food Lion make sure they have plenty to supply the community with their donations that totaled some T500,000 retail in products last year. The Lord’s Pantry, Inc. operates solely on donated funds. While running an operation of this size, feeding thousands per month, expenses can become hard to meet. Not one penny is spent on any salary, all volunteers operate the facility, and not one penny is spent on anything frivolous. Even the vehicle used to pick up the food weekly was donated, as were the tires on it,

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the equipment to move the pallets around, the freezers and tables used to store and distribute the food, all were donated. Even after all these donations, operation expenses include: • Rent T1250 • Gas for truck to pick up food items from 2nd Harvest Food Bank and the two Food Lion’s T400 month approximately • Natural Gas L for the heatingwhich can reach up to T700 per month in the winter. • Water Bill T50 month • Upkeep of building and regular maintenance of vehicle - varies monthly

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• Office Supplies L copy paper, ink, staples, tape, pens/pencils varies monthly • Electricity - T450 L 800 month Phone - T60 month • General supplies L Paper towels, toilet paper • Paper bags for groceries - T140 month • Food per month can reach upwards of T4000. Andrew “Gyp” Collins operates the facility and the board oversees the operation of the fundsS but he and the board note that after the bills are paid, the Lord’s Pantry is back down to a shoestring budget to begin the process over again, taking the van to the 2nd Harvest in Winston-Salem and purchasing food for the hungry who will show up the very next Monday. The Lord’s Pantry Thrift Store, located in the front section of the building located at 602 N. Bridge Street, Eden, is filled with clothing eFREE to anyonef, household items and furniture pieces for sale and the money from these sales goes directly, 100 percent, into feeding the hun-

gry right here in our own communities. There are also books for sale, bibles of course, are free. You are invited to visit their thrift store Monday through Friday, excluding holidays, between 8am L 1pm. Shop for a good cause at the thrift storeS spend for a good cause, feeding the hungry. Money goes further by having the pantry purchase the food from the food banks. T1 will purchase 5 lbs of food for the hungry right here in our community. For example: If you bought 2 cans totaling T1.50 and gave them to the pantry, although greatly appreciated, if you had given that T1.50 to the pantry in a monetary donation, they can turn that same T1.50 around and buy 7.5 pounds of food with it. They have the buying power of purchasing from the 2nd Harvest Food Bank at .20h per pound. This price includes staple foods as well as meats, so you can easily see how just a few dollars can feed many right here where you live. Neither child nor adult should ever go hungry in our community. Desperately in need of monetary donations for the food ministry, The Lord’s Pantry asks for your consideration in serving the Lord by your charitable offerings to benefit your community. No matter how big or small, if you can find it in your heart to serve the Lord through a local food ministry that feeds your fellow neighbors and citizens of the county, you can do so by sending your tax deductible donations to: The Lord’s Pantry P.O. Box 4504 Eden, NC 27289-4504 For more information on how you can help with this powerful project call 336-623-1504. Give from the heart, a gift that makes a difference. The %or()* Pantry 0o1l( li4e to than4 all o5 yo1 in o1r comm18 nity 0ho ha9e helpe( in any 0ay ;y gi9ing 5oo(, clothe*, time an( money, there are too many to mention. ?e cannot operate 0ith8 o1t yo1, yo1 are tr1ly (oing a great (ee(. ?e 0o1l( e*pecially li4e to than4 the ?@SB8CD 5ami8 ly 5or helping 1* 0ith the telethon 0hich rai*e* a0arene** o5 o1r co1nty)* nee(*. Than4 yo1 all an( may @o( Ble** Fo1G Sincerely, The %or()* Pantry, Hnc.

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RCC students named to academic lists WENTWORTH e &ockingham Community College announces those named to the fall semester 2010 President’s ]ist and Dean’s ]ist. To Eualify for the Presidentfs ]ist, a student must be enrolled full-time (12 or more credit hours) and maintain a 4.0 grade-point average. Named to the President’s ]ist were@ >den eStephen Dunn, James Kendrick, Deborah Wheatley, James Rurley, James Thomasson, Samantha Bowling, Matthew >dwards, ]ynsey Caillouet, Justin &orrer. >lon College e James Walker. Zibsonville e &ochelle McCain, &aEuel McCain. Zreensboro e Kristin Nicholson, Shameca Scales. Madison e William &amirei, ]isa Apple, Caitlin Jay, Reather Cope, Sarah Warren. Mayodan e Danielle Adams, Brandy Joyce. &eidsville e Mark Scott, Melissa &ogers, Sabrina Zregory, Dustin McCall, Daniel McCall, Jennifer Isley, ChiEuita Baity, Tracy Shreve, ]ydia Daughton,

cictoria Ropper, Jennifer Altiier, &ichard Terrell, Daniel Cory, Khori Navarre, Tameika Nicholson, Thomas Dunbar, Ashley Ware, Ketashia Johnson, Sarah Purdy, &ichard Saunders. &uffin e Patricia Pierce, Dale Jones, Jamie Quller, &obert Shaw, Brandi Kennon. Sandy &idge e Anthony Joyce. Stokesdale e Jonathan Thacker. Stoneville e Kimberly Boyd, Rannah >vans, Tamara NunesZusman, Curtis DelPeiio, Candy Wilson, Patricia Martin, Patricia Bray, ]inda Jones, Courtney Burroughs. Summerfield e Stephen Burke. Walnut Cove e Kelly Doane, Caleb Dyer. Winston-Salem e Jacob Dyer. To Eualify for the Deanfs ]ist, a student must be full-time and maintain a grade-point average of 8.25 or higher. Named to the Deanfs ]ist were@ Browns Summit e Jonathan Worley, janina Rowe. Charlotte e &aymond Moye. Clemmons e Tyler Carroll. >den eMandy Vverby, Amanda Beachum, Brandi Neal, Sharon Wade, Penny Ropkins,

]atisha Moyer, Jennifer >vans, Christopher &orrer, Michael ]owe, Darnell Wilson, Jessica Durham, cickie Martin, Isiak Bush, Anna Cassell, Naomi Sanders, Keith McZuire, Timothy &obertson, Dario Campbell, ceronica Peatross, Timothy Bailey, Portia Adams, ]evon Zraves, Megan Jones, Zeorgette Artis, Cody Snow, Christopher Watkins, &obert White Jr., Joshua Ranks, Melissa Barber, Jessica Porter, Stephanie >llis, Keisha Brown, Abigail Baynes, Cassidy Wright, Jessica Chatman, Taylor Whaley, Charles Buss, Charles Spencer, Priscilla Rairston, Christopher Pratt, Alyssa Dubay, >mily Pulliam, Brandon Nichols, India Taylor. Zreensboro e Zina Burgess, Daphne Moore, Myrielle Summers, Aiesha Zreer, Cynthia Jenkins, Stacy Downing, Travis Jones, Taylor ]ee. Madison e Travis Alley, Brian Stone, Melissa ]owe, Travis Zuerra, Teresa Rundley, Jessica ]ewis, David Knight, Zloria Ropkins.

Mayodan e Matthew Barrett, Adline Bowling, Tasha Zann, Jerry Robbs II, Jessica &oland, Paula Morton, kachary &ager. Mc]eansville e Zail Matthews. Pelham e Joshua Perales. Powhatan e &yan Bendele. Providence e ]avinia ]ee. &eidsville eMadeline Spencer, Charles Vwens, ]uke Jones, Margaret Smith, Crystal Carter, Pamela Johnson, William Wood, Zail King, Kimberly Dalton, Michael Burns, Cynthia Smalls, Katey Thompson, Marcus Tinsley, Timothy Denny, Brittany ]ong, Shannon James, Sheila Webb, Pamela Ropkins, Clem Shelton III, Michelle Williams, Jonathan Boles, Brandalyn Apple, Kelly Davis, Casey Whitesell, James Rarmon, ]aurie Wagoner, Kelly Donovan, Nicole Marchionne, Jodi Zaglio, ]a’Davia Miller, ]auren Qields, Pamela Morrison-Ashe, Brooke Turley, Christopher Moore, Cassandra Collins, Amanda Mabe, Ashley >llison, Dolores Pegram, Mary

Stanfield, Tonya Thomas, Cassandra Crumpton, Kyle Mitchell, Callie Raskins, William Apple, Qurman Pace III, Mariah Walker, Kristen Johnson, Stephen Rennis, Kim Blackwell, &andy &andolph, &ichard Kuti Jr., Megan Miller, Kayla Toler, Deidre Ryler, Brooke Snead. &ichlands e Jennifer Reath. &uffin e Vliver Jeffries Jr., &egina Pierce, Steven Pegram. Sandy &idge e Jennifer Pauley. Stokesdale e Donna Raiilip, Terri Qlinchum, Misty Peters, Mackeniie Rendrix, ]auren Wimmer, >rin Pacheco, Brittney Chaney, Donna Stanley. Stoneville e Timothy Rairston, Aaron Kinsey, Nena Williams, Christopher Whitsett, Thomas Qarris, &obert PaEuin Jr., Kristina Martin. Summerfield e Zrayson Tuck, Carrie Smallwood, Jonathan Wilkinson, Cindy Britt, Janet Sutterfield, Amanda Wilkinson, Cristal Duncan. Walnut Cove e Tracey >dwards. Yanceyville e Jeff Mercer.

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The &ockingham County Naturalist Club would like to invite you to their nature walks in 2011. The following dates have been set, weather permitting. Qell free to vivsittheir website for more information at www.& a January < - Sunday@ ]eave &CC at 2 p.m. We drive to the St. Qrancis Springs Prayer Center near Shiloh. The Center, which is non-denominational, provides a natural setting for prayer, reflection, and meditation. We will walk along the stream side walking trails on the Center. >asy walking in a beautiful setting. a Qebuary 20 - Sunday@ ]eaving &CC at 2 p.m. We are going to hike on the property of Qred and >laine Berry off Iron Works &oad. They have lots of land to as well as a variety of domesticated animals to see, including an entire pack of fox hounds. >asy wlaking. a March 20 - Sunday@ ]eave &CC at 1@80 p.m. Sharp. We will leave earlier than usual to carpool to the >mily R. Allen Wildflower Preserve and Qriendship Zarden in Winston-Salem. Vur guide will be Ken Bridle of the Peidmont ]and Conservancy. ]ots of ferms and wildflowers in a beautiful garden settingU Vver 80 species of Trillimus alone. A tip not to missU >asy walking.

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a April 17 - Sunday@ ]eave &CC at 2 p.m. We will visit the property of Billy Phillips west of >den, walking to Matrimony Creek along one of it tributes. There should be some wildflower in bloom. Moderate Walking. a May 15 - Sunday@ ]eave &CC at 2 p.m. We’ll be walking the Qieldale Trail along the Smith &iver in cirginia. It’s a good time of the year to enjoy observing both birds and wildflowers, including Twin ]eaf. >asy walking, about 8 miles in total.

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BIBLICAL REFLECTIONS OF NATURE By Dr3 Far' Ga77ney Htone5i66e> Qorth Uaro6ina The U=:'o# ,aOO;eR The Ving Rames s9e66ing o7 the :=:'o# is rendered the :=:'oo <ird in mod8 ern 6ang=age3 There are more than WXY di77erent s9e:ies o7 :=:'oos in the #or6d> the 5ast majority o7 them 6i5ing in s=<8 tro9i:a6 regions o7 the rain7orest3 The :=:'oo is one o7 the most 9e:=6iar <irds 'no#n to modern man3 This strange 6itt6e <ird 6ays her eggs in the nests o7 other <irds o7 simi6ar siGe3 To ins=re that she doesn2t get :a=ght> she 9=shes o=t the eggs o7 the host 9arents and arranges her eggs in its 96a:e3 I7 any o7 the host eggs are 6e7t #hen the :=:'8 oo <irds hat:h> these a6so #i66 <e eje:ted 7rom the nest3 By nat=re most <irds are res9onsi<6e> 6o58 ing> n=rt=ring 9arents to their yo=ng> <=t not so #ith this <ird3 As Uhristians #e are to <ring o=r :hi6dren =9 in the 6o5e and admo8 nition o7 the Zord3 The Bi<6e s9ea's o7 the 7ather2s res9onsi<i68 ity in [E9hesians \]X^ ?And> ye 7athers> 9ro5o'e not yo=r :hi68 dren to #rath] <=t <ring them =9

in the n=rt=re and admonition o7 the ZordB3 The :=:'oo2s des9i:a8 <6e a:ts ha5e 6a<e6ed this <ird as the sym<o6 o7 =n7aith7=6ness3 As the yo=ng :hi:'s 6oo' 7or 7ood> #ith their <ea's o9en and their eyes sh=t> they 7ind none at the mo=th o7 their mother and 7ather3 They are 6e7t to <e raised <y the hand o7 another3 Da5id eJ9resses that e5en i7 the #or6d a<andons him> the Zord #i66 ta'e him =93 ?@hen my 7ather and my mother 7orsa'e me> then the ZORD #i66 ta'e me =9B [_sa6m `a]WY^3 Than' God 7or the 9romise o7 o=r Father> ?7or he hath said> I #i66 ne5er 6ea5e thee> nor 7orsa'e theeB [Me<re#s Wc]T^3 Home 7am8 i6ies 6oo' at the :h=r:h as <eing ?7oster 9arentsB> raising and tea:hing their :hi6dren 7or them3 The :h=r:h is an o=trea:hed hand o7 s=99ort and g=idan:e 7or the home> <=t in no means does it re96a:e 9arenthood3 The Israe6ites #ere :ommanded <y God to tea:h the 6a#> the stat=tes and the j=dgments o7 God to their :hi6dren and their :hi6dren2s :hi68 dren3 ?Qo# these are the :om8 mandments> the stat=tes> and the j=dgments> #hi:h the ZORD yo=r God :ommanded to tea:h yo=> that ye might do them in the



6and #hither ye go to 9ossess it] That tho= mightest 7ear the ZORD thy God> to 'ee9 a66 his stat=es and his :ommandments> #hi:h I :ommand thee> tho=> and thy son> and thy son2s son> a66 the days o7 thy 6i7ed and that thy days may <e 9ro6ongedB [De=teronomy \]W8`^3 The same :ommandments> stat=tes and j=dgments that are 9rea:hed 7rom the 9=69its aro=nd the #or6d> sho=6d <e ta=ght 7rom the :rad6ed arms o7 6o5ing 9arents in the home 7irst3 ?Train =9 a :hi6d in the #ay he sho=6d go] and #hen he is o6d> he #i66 not de9art 7rom itB [_ro5er<s ``]\^3 Uhi6dren are a heritage o7 the Zord and a gi7t that :ometh do#n 7rom the 7ather o7 6ights3 ?Zo> :hi6dren are an heritage o7 the ZORD] and the 7r=it o7 the #om< is his re#ardB [_sa6m W`a]c^3 Don2t <e 6i'e the :=:'oo <ird and a<andon yo=r jo< as <eing a 9arent> 9ro:6aim as Da5id did in [_sa6m ae]`8X^3 ?I #i66 o9en my mo=th in a 9ara<6e] I #i66 =tter dar' sayings o7 o6d] @hi:h #e ha5e heard and 'no#n> and o=r 7athers ha5e to6d =s3 @e #i66 not hide them 7rom their :hi6dren> she#ing to the generation to :ome the 9raises o7 the ZORD> and his strength> and his #onder7=6 #or's that he hath doneB3 For a :o9y o7 ?@here the Birds Fa'e Their QestsB 96ease 5isit Ri5erho=se Gi7ts & Go=rmet in Eden or Reids5i66e Bi<6e Boo' Htore3

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Amanda Rorrer, Contri0uting writer - Author of !"#t &'#r )'r*+ int' t.e .and+ 'f t.e 3'rd4 and &'#r 5#r5'+e+ )i66 7e 8ade 9er: tain;< "r'=er7+ >?@A : BCi76e in Ca+i9 Dng6i+.F I #as ra'ing my grandmother2s yard the other day3 E5ery 6ea7 had 7a66en 7rom the trees and her side8 #a6' and ste9s #ere :o5ered3 The 9ath to her :ar #as o<s:=red and 7or her sa7ety> the 6ea5es needed to dis8 a99ear3 I 6oo'ed aro=nd the yard and as'ed myse67> ?@here do I e5en <eginAB I started at the to9 o7 the hi66 and ra'ed the 6ea5es do#n#ard> thin'ing I needed to #or' smart> not hard3 As I ra'ed> I :o=6dn2t he69 <=t imagine that the tas' #o=6d <e easier i7 I had he693 I <egan to reminis:e a<o=t my grand7ather> #ho re:ent6y 9assed a#ay> and a<o=t ho# m=:h 7=n this tas' m=st ha5e <een 7or a=nts and =n:6es #ho a6#ays did this jo< together gro#ing =93 I :o=6d see the yard 7i66ed #ith my a=nts and =n:6es and I imagined them at di77erent ages3 I remem<ered ho6idays I ha5e shared there #ith :o=sins and my heart a:hed3 I <egan to thin' a<o=t ho# sometimes o=r 6i5es are 6i'e the yard s:attered #ith 6ea5es3 There2s :om8 96ete :haos and #e don2t e5en 'no# #here to <egin to 9i:' =9 the 9ie:es3 On:e again> I #ished I had some he69 to ra'e those 6ea5es into 9i6es3 I ra'ed and I ra'ed3 Fy arm <egan to :ram9 and my <a:' h=rt> <=t 7ina66y I had 7i5e h=ge 9i6es3 I sto99ed 7or a <rea' and #ent inside 7or a drin'3 I sat #ith my grandmother and #e ta6'ed 7or a #hi6e a<o=t ho# things #ere #hen she #as raising her :hi6dren> a66 se5en o7 them3 I 7e6t a 6itt6e re7reshed and ret=rned to #or'3 @hen I #ent <a:' o=tside> I rea6iGed that those 6ea5es #hi:h #ere on:e s:attered #ere no# in ni:e 6itt6e 9i6es> <=t on6y ha67 the #or' #as done3 I :o=6dn2t 6ea5e them there3 One strong #ind #o=6d sim96y s:atter them a66 o5er the yard again3 I <egan thin'ing

a<o=t ho# i7 o=r 6i5es are 6i'e the yard s:attered #ith 6ea5es> some8 times it ta'es #or' to 9i:' =9 the 9ie:es and ra'e them into 9i6es3 Hometimes #e2re s:ared to do this3 @e 'no# it #i66 <e <a:'8<rea'ing #or'3 And sometimes> #e2re s:ared o7 the dirt and m=d #e might 7ind =nder the 6ea5esIthe 7ragi6e and im9er7e:t 9ie:es o7 o=rse65es are eJ9osed on:e the #or' has <eg=n3 I tried to 9=t the 6ea5es into some sma66 <ags3 I K=i:'6y rea6iGed I needed something <igger and stronger3 I 7o=nd some 6a#n and 6ea7 <ags> #hi:h #ere m=:h more st=rdy and d=ra<6e3 God is 6i'e the strong and st=rdy <ag3 Me #ants =s to 9i6e a66 o7 o=r 7a=6ts and disa99ointments> ho9es> :on7iden:e and 6o5e into Mim3 Me a6one is strong eno=gh to hand6e it3 It does =s no good to #or' o=r8 se65es to :om96ete eJha=stion i7 #e are on6y going to ho6d on to the 9i6es o7 6ea5es in o=r 6i5es3 Mo6ding on 9re5ents 9rogress> and =6timate6y reK=ires more #or'3 E5en i7 #e 6ea5e the 9i6es <y the road 7or someone e6se to 9i:' =9> #e are not ta'ing 7=66 res9onsi<i6ity 7or o=r tas'> #hate5er the tas' might <e3 And e5en sti66> #e r=n the ris' o7 one strong #ind s:at8 tering the 6ea5es and a66 the hard #or' is n=66 and 5oid3 @e ha5e to ha5e some#here to 9=t the 6ea5es> and #e ha5e to rea66y get do#n and dirty i7 #e #ant the #or' done3 I 6oo'ed at my hands> #hi:h #ere dirty> <=t I 6oo'ed <a:' at the 7i5e <ags I had a6ready 7i66ed3 I 7e6t on6y ha67#ay a::om96ished3 There #as m=:h more #or' to <e done3 Fy da=ghter :ame o=tside to he69 me and I #o=6d ho6d the <ag o9en as she tried to 9=t 6ea5es inside3 As I #at:hed her> I noti:ed some st=<<orn 6ea5es that #o=6d 7a66 right <a:' to the gro=nd e5ery time she 9i:'ed =9 a 9i6e #ith her 6itt6e arms3 I tho=ght ho# the 6ea5es that #o=6d8 n2t stay in the <ag are 6i'e o=r 6itt6e im9er7e:tions> o=r #ea'nesses> o=r 7a=6ts> o=r sins> and o=r addi:tions3

The 6ea5es that #on2t go easi6y into the <ag are those things #e ha5e a harder time gi5ing to God and j=st 6etting Mim hand6e3 B=t God #aits 9atient6y> 7or !orrer =s to ma'e the de:ision to ma'e a 7=66 :ommitment to the tas' at hand3 As #e :ontin=ed #or'ing> my da=ghter said> ?Fommy! I :an2t ra'e anymore <e:a=se my ra'e is 7=66 o7 6ea5es!B Right then I rea6iGed that the ra'e is j=st 6i'e o=r heartsIsome8 times #e ha5e to sto9 and 9i:' the 6ea5es 7rom the ra'e in order to 'ee9 on going3 The 6ea5es on the ra'e are the <=rdens> sins> and im9er7e:tions that :6=tter o=r heart> and sometimes #e j=st need a good :6eansing3 I :are8 7=66y instr=:ted her to 9i:' the 6ea5es 7rom the ra'e and 96a:e them into the <ag3 E5ery 7e# min=tes> #e had to sto9 and :6ean o=r ra'es3 B=t ho# o7ten do #e sto9 and as' God to :6eanse the 6ea5es 7rom o=r heartsA I shared this story #ith my da=ghter as #e #or'ed in the yard and 7i66ed <ag a7ter <ag o7 6ea5es3 Be6ie5e it or not> it #as a sim96e meta9hor that e5en a 7i5e8year8o6d :o=6d =nderstand3 Fy grandmother :ame o=t to :he:' o=r 9rogress and I shared this idea #ith her as #e663 At that moment> I thin' #e <oth re:ogniGed that God has 96a:ed he69 7or =s in a66 dire:tions3 @e ha5e to <e #i66ing to as' and then to a::e9t3 Qo one sho=6d go thro=gh 9ain and grie7 a6one and there is not a 9erson on Earth #ho has to3 God :an :6ean the s:attered 6ea5es> hea6 <ro'en hearts> and mend shattered 6i5es3 R=st as #e 7inished o=r jo<> the sno#76a'es on De:em<er Tth <egan to 7a663 I 6oo'ed to the s'y and than'ed God 7or Mis a<i6ity to send a mira:6e j=st #hen I needed to <e reminded o7 Mis a#e8 some #onders3

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From The (esks Of CITY HALL Code of Ethics adopted by Eden City Council The %de' City Cou'cil met i' Decem2er to di4cu44 4e5eral i44ue 2e7ore 8oi'8 o' the Chri4tma4 2rea9: The 7ollo;i'8 item4 ;ere di4cu44ed: <t ;a4 time a8ai' to ma9e a''ual appoi'tme't4 7or City >oard4 a'd Commi44io'4 a'd the cou'cil mem2er4 ;ere a49ed to 2e8i' co'cideri'8 their choice4 7or the upcomi'8 year: The cou'cil al4o adopted a code o7 ethic4 a4 7ollo;4? @e'eral pri'cipal4 uderlyi'8 the code o7 ethic4? A The 4ta2ility a'd proper operaB tio' o7 democratic repre4e'tati5e 8o5er'me't depe'd upo' pu2lic co'7ide'ce i' the i'te8rity o7 the 8o5er'me't a'd upo' re4po'4iB 2le eCerci4e o7 the tru4t co'7erred 2y the people upo' their elected o77icial4: A @o5er'me't deci4io'4 a'd polB icy mu4t 2e made a'd impleB me'ted throu8h proper cha''el4 a'd proce44e4 o7 the 8o5er'me'B tal 4tructure: A >oard mem2er4 mu4t 2e a2le to act i' a ma''er that mai'tai'4 their i'te8rity a'd i'depe'de'ceD yet i4 re4po'4i5e to the i'tere4t4 a'd 'eed4 o7 tho4e they repreB 4e't: A >oard mem2er4 mu4t al;ay4 remai' a;are at 5ariou4 time4 they play di77ere't role4? B E4 ad5ocate4D ;ho 4tri5e to ad5a'ce the le8itimate 'eed4 o7 their citiFe'4 B E4 le8i4lator4D ;ho 2ala'ce the pu2lic i'tere4t a'd pri5ate ri8ht4 i' co'4ideri'8 a'd e'acti'8 ordiB 'a'ce4D order4D a'd re4olutio'4 B E4 deci4io'Bma9er4D ;ho arri5e at 7air a'd impartial Gua4iBHudiB cial a'd admi'i4trati5e determiB 'atio'4 B >oard mem2er4 mu4t 9'o; ho; to di4ti'8ui4h amo'8 the4e role4 to determi'e ;he' each role i4 appropriateD a'd to act accordi'8ly: B >oard mem2er4 mu4t 2e a;are o7 their o2li8atio' to co'7orm their 2eha5ior to 4ta'dard4 o7 ethical co'duct that ;arra't the tru4t o7 their co'4titue't4: %ach o77icial mu4t 7i'd ;ithi' hi4 or her o;' co'4cie'ce the touchB 4to'e 2y ;hich to determi'e ;hat co'duct i4 appropriate: TH% CJD% JF %TH<CS The purpo4e o7 thi4 Code o7 %thic4 i4 to e4ta2li4h 8uideli'e4 7or ethical 4ta'dard4 o7 co'duct 7or the City o7 %de' a'd to help determi'e ;hat co'duct i4 approB priate i' particular ca4e4: <t 4hould 'ot 2e co'4idered a 4u2B 4titute 7or the la; or 7or a 2oard mem2erM4 2e4t Hud8me't: 1. Obeying Applicable Laws. >oard mem2er4 4hould o2ey all la;4 applica2le to their o77iB cial actio'4 a4 mem2er4 o7 the 2oard: >oard mem2er4 4hould 2e 8uided 2y the 4pirit a4 ;ell a4 the letter o7 the la; i' ;hate5er they do: Et the 4ame timeD 2oard mem2er4 4hould 7eel 7ree to a44ert policy po4itio'4 a'd opi'B

io'4 ;ithout 7ear o7 repri4al 7rom 7ello; 2oard mem2er4 or citiB Fe'4: To declare that a 2oard mem2er i4 2eha5i'8 u'ethically 2ecau4e o'e di4a8ree4 ;ith that 2oard mem2er o' a Gue4tio' o7 policy Na'd 'ot 2ecau4e o7 the 2oard mem2erM4 2eha5iorO i4 u'7airD di4ho'e4tD irre4po'4i2leD a'd it4el7 u'ethical: 2. Upholding the Integrity and Independence of the Office. >oard mem2er4 4hould act ;ith i'te8rity a'd i'depe'de'ce 7rom improper i'7lue'ce a4 they eCerci4e the dutie4 o7 their o77ice4: Characteri4tic4 a'd 2eha5ior4 co'4i4te't ;ith thi4 4ta'dard i'clude the 7ollo;i'8? B Edheri'8 7irmly to a code o7 4ou'd 5alue4 B >eha5i'8 co'4i4te'tly a'd ;ith re4pect to;ard e5eryo'e ;ith ;hom they i'teract B %Chi2iti'8 tru4t;orthi'e44 B Pi5i'8 a4 i7 they are o' duty a4 elected o77icial4 re8ardle44 o7 ;here they are or ;hat they doi'8 B Q4i'8 their 2e4t i'depe'de't Hud8me't to pur4ue the commo' 8ood a4 they 4ee itD pre4e'ti'8 their opi'io'4 to all i' a rea4o'B a2leD 7orthri8htD co'4i4te't ma'B 'er B Remai'i'8 i'corrupti2leD 4el7B 8o5er'i'8D a'd u'a77ected 2y improper i'7lue'ce ;hile at the 4ame time 2ei'8 a2le to co'4ider the opi'io'4 a'd idea4 o7 other4 B Di4clo4i'8 co'tact4 a'd i'7orB matio' a2out i44ue4 that they recei5e out4ide o7 pu2lic meetB i'84 a'd re7rai'i'8 7rom 4ee9i'8 or recei5i'8 i'7ormatio' a2out Gua4iBHudicial matter4 out4ide o7 the Gua4iBHudicial proceedi'84 them4el5e4 B Treati'8 other 2oard mem2er4 a'd the pu2lic ;ith re4pect a'd ho'ori'8 the opi'io'4 o7 other4 e5e' ;he' the 2oard mem2er4 di4a8ree ;ith tho4e opi'io'4 B Sot reachi'8 co'clu4io'4 o' i44ue4 u'til all 4ide4 ha5e 2ee' heard B Sho;i'8 re4pect 7or their o77ice4 a'd 'ot 2eha5i'8 i' ;ay4 that re7lect 2adly o' tho4e o77ice4 B Reco8'iFi'8 that they are part o7 a lar8er 8roup a'd acti'8 accordi'8ly B Reco8'iFi'8 that i'di5idual 2oard mem2er4 are 'ot 8e'erally allo;ed to act o' 2ehal7 o7 the 2oard 2ut may o'ly do 4o i7 the 2oard 4peci7ically authoriFe4 itD a'd that the 2oard mu4t ta9e o77iB cial actio' a4 a 2ody 3. Avoiding Impropriety. E: >oard mem2er4 4hould a5oid impropriety i' the eCerci4e o7 their o77icial dutie4: Their o77iB cial actio'4 4hould 2e a2o5e reproach: Elthou8h opi'io'4 may 5ary a2out ;hat 2eha5ior i4 i'appropriateD thi4 2oard ;ill co'4ider impropriety i' term4 o7 ;hether a rea4o'a2le per4o' ;ho i4 a;are o7 all o7 the rele5a't 7act4 a'd circum4ta'ce4 4urB rou'di'8 the 2oard mem2erM4

actio' ;ould co'clude that the actio' ;a4 i'appropriate: >: <7 a 2oard mem2er 2elie5e4 that hi4 or her actio'4D ;hile le8al a'd ethicalD may 2e mi4u'der4toodD the mem2er 4hould 4ee9 the ad5ice o7 the 2oardM4 attor'ey a'd 4hould co'B 4ider pu2licly di4clo4i'8 the 7act4 o7 the 4ituatio' a'd the 4tep4 ta9e' to re4ol5e it N4uch a4 co'B 4ulti'8 ;ith the attor'eyO: 4. Performing the (uties of the Office: >oard mem2er4 4hould 7aith7ully per7orm the dutie4 o7 their o77ice4: They 4hould act a4 the e4pecially re4po'4i2le citiB Fe'4 ;hom other4 ca' tru4t a'd re4pect: They 4hould 4et a 8ood eCample 7or other4 i' the comB mu'ityD 9eepi'8 i' mi'd that tru4t a'd re4pect mu4t co'ti'ualB ly 2e ear'ed: >oard mem2er4 4hould 7aith7ully atte'd a'd preB pare 7or meeti'84: They 4hould care7ully a'alyFe all credi2le i'7ormatio' properly 4u2mitted to themD mi'd7ul o7 the 'eed 'ot to e'8a8e i' commu'icatio'4 out4ide the meeti'8 i' Gua4iB Hudicial matter4: They 4hould dema'd 7ull accou'ta2ility 7rom tho4e o5er ;hom the 2oard ha4 authority: >oard mem2er4 4hould 2e ;illi'8 to 2ear their 7air 4hare o7 the 2oardM4 ;or9B load: To the eCte't appropriateD they 4hould 2e ;illi'8 to put the 2oardM4 i'tere4t4 ahead o7 their o;': 5. Conducting Affairs in an Open and Public Manner. >oard mem2er4 4hould co'B duct the a77air4 o7 the 2oard i' a' ope' a'd pu2lic ma''er: They 4hould comply ;ith all applicaB 2le la;4 8o5er'i'8 ope' meetB i'84 a'd pu2lic record4D reco8B 'iFi'8 that doi'8 4o i4 a' imporB ta't ;ay to 2e ;orthy o7 the pu2B licM4 tru4t: They 4hould rememB 2er ;he' they meet that they are co'ducti'8 the pu2licM4 2u4i'e44: They 4hould al4o remem2er that local 8o5er'me't record4 2elo'8 to the pu2lic a'd 'ot to 2oard mem2er4 or their employee4: <'

order to e'4ure 4trict complia'ce ;ith the la;4 co'cer'i'8 ope'B 'e44D 2oard mem2er4 4hould ma9e clear that a' e'5iro'me't o7 tra'4pare'cy a'd ca'dor i4 to 2e mai'tai'ed at all time4 i' the 8o5er'me'tal u'it: They 4hould prohi2it u'Hu4ti7ied delay i' 7ulB 7illi'8 pu2lic record4 reGue4t4: They 4hould ta9e deli2erate 4tep4 to ma9e certai' that a'y clo4ed 4e44io'4 held 2y the 2oard are la;7ully co'ducted a'd that 4uch 4e44io'4 do 'ot 4tray 7rom the purpo4e4 7or ;hich they are called: T <' additio' the cou'cil 5oted o' the 7ollo;i'8 The City 'o; o;'4 the property at UVW Spri'8 Street: Thi4 property ha4 2ee' the 4u2B Hect to 'umerou4 'ui4a'ce actio'4 a'd 4u2Hect to a Mi'imum Hou4i'8 Code actio': The City i'curred YZD[WZ:\Z 7or 'ui4a'ce a2ateme't prior to the 7ire: <t ;a4 appro5ed that the a2o5e property 2e declared 4urB plu4 a'd ad5erti4ed 7or 2id4: A The 2yBla;4 o7 the T;i' Ri5er4 Do;'to;' De5elopme't Corporatio' reGuire that a' %de' City Cou'cilma' 2e appoi'ted to thi4 >oard: The T;i' Ri5er4 Do;'to;' De5elopme't Corporatio' i4 re4po'4i2le 7or o5er4eei'8 the do;'to;' re5iB taliFatio' e77ort4 i' the City o7 %de': %de' City Cou'cilma' ]im >ur'ette ha4 eCpre44ed i'tere4t i' co'ti'ui'8 hi4 appoi'tme't to thi4 >oard: The TRDDC >oard reGue4ted that Mayor @ro8a'

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As one of the major parks and recreation sites in Rockingham County, Freedom Park is meeting or exceeding the expectations of all those involved in helping make this park a reality. The City of Eden, along with many civic organizations and businesses and with assistance from the North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund, developed a state-ofthe-art facility at Freedom Park. From the playground, walking track, fields and picnic shelters, to the amphitheater and nature trails, Freedom Park is one of the most exciting places to visit around this area. People from across the region use this beautiful facility on a regular basis. Local leagues that are held weekdays provide Quality recreation programs to our residents while the walking track, picnic shelters and skateboard park are used daily.

This will be another busy year at Freedom Park with 45 events booked, including tournaments scheduled from the first weekend in March to the last weekend in November. One of the tournaments is the Dixie Youth Baseball

Ozone State Tournament, scheduled for July 15-21. Concerts in the Park will be held the last Saturday of each month at 6:30 p.m. from March to November. Special events, such as Ribfest and the Fall Festival, are scheduled throughout the year. This does not include the reservations

at the two shelters at the park, which are rented almost every Saturday and Sunday for the season. Freedom Park plays a major role in providing a positive economic impact on our community when individuals and teams come to play at the park. They support Eden’s businesses by staying in our motels, eating in our restaurants and shopping at throughout the city. On behalf of the city’s staff, I would like to thank all of those individuals, from former city employees, Freedom Park Planning Committee members and Friends of Freedom Park members, to the city manager, mayor and City Council, for carrying out the vision to develop Freedom Park into the thriving venue it is today.

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eF$*F-I#E E#I)E#- HE', C)I/ Tim Lancaster retired from the city Dec. 31 with 32 years of service. Lancaster began working for Eden in the Public Works Division as a vehicle mechanic in December 1978. In 1993, he wanted new challenges from his career and transferred to the Water Filtration Plant. He became a water plant mechanic and relief operator, earning his CSurface Water Certification. In 1998, the Utilities Department underwent some streamlining to become more efficient and economized. The Water Resources Division was created to provide and consolidate mechanical, maintenance and electrical support to the water, wastewater, and collection and distribution operations throughout the city. Once again, the mechanic in Lancaster

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came out and he transferred to the Water Resources Division and become a plant mechanic. In 2002, Lancaster became the chief plant mechanic and served in that capacity until his retirement. His time away from work has been occupied with many activities. Lancaster and his wife Carolyn love to travel and have an ?appetiteE for dining at interesting new restaurants. They have one daughter, Ashley, who recently married and lives in Eden. Lancaster has been very passionate about his service to the Lord and is active in his church. He is an avid motorcyclist and has been known to ride to work even when the temperature was in the teens. He has also remained true to his mechanic rootse he loves to restore, ride and

show old classic cars. Lancaster started and runs a business rebuilding GM Lancaster guadra-jet carburetors. His green h70 GTO takes much of his free time. During the past year, Lancaster worked tirelessly with the Three Rivers Car Club to sponsor the Eden Cruise that took place on Washington Street the second Saturday of each month throughout the summer of 2010. He will continue this in 2011. The City of Eden wishes Lancaster all the best in his retirement. We look forward to seeing him buzzing around town in his GTO.


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SPORTS )ational Cunior College Athletic Association 0layer A<arded

/ecember Uth, The !orehead 5ootball program held its Annual A<ards 6anQuet.

CP 2Quad #eft to right Colon &olden, Tavon Iilson, Cameron 6ray, Ceremiah !orediath.

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Coach 6ray <as given an appreciation a<ard from his players for his dedication on the field and off the field.

4n /ec. V, 2teve 6ennett of &reensboro, a W'YZ[ basketball center at Rockingham Community College, <as one of three players nation<ide, and the only player in /ivision ((, to be named as a )ational Cunior College Athletic Association 0layer of the Ieek. 6ennett <as cited for his stats during play against Cohnston Community College ]^_ points, `^ rebounds, five assistsa and 0itt Community College ]^^ points, Y` rebounds, four assistsa.

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Leading the Pack is Teddy Burris in cart [04.

Frank Rogers, Photographer

Burris races to victory... again

EDEN PARKS & RECREATION DEPT. MIDGET FOOTBALL LEAGRE ALCAN PACKERS Kneeling L to R - Stephen Holland, Nikkie Simons, Rashaun Clark, Tyren Willis, Bryton Fuller and DeAndre Graves. Standing L to R - Kaleol Gunter, Lewis Griffin, Keivon Broadnax, Coach Earl Fountain, Shemar Watkins and Marcus Griffin. Not pictured - Mrcus Chaplin and Brant Sawyers.

Bridge St. Rec Football Cheerleaders Kneeling L to R - Alli Watson, Shyyonna Bridges, Joyonna Scales, Victoria Cantu and Jatoriea Scales. Secon Row L to R - Tyasia Scales, Aiyana Bratcher, BoeeC Lowery, Tamaya Foster and Shelby Martin. Third Row - Coach Casmin Bratcher. Not pictured - Khyla Surgeon, Chakiyah Pettie, TifreC Hairston, Diamond Witcher, China Gunter and Makayla Witcher.

Racing is in the blood of Tedd2 Burris. You might sa2 it is a famil2 tradition. Carl Burris, Tedd2’s grandfather, raced <=>? in the big leagues with Pett2 and the other greats, winning the Pole at Da2tona in CDE= and winning the Sportsman DiHision that 2ear. Barr2 Burris, an uncle, startI ed goIcart racing in the mid JK=’s when Tedd2 would tag along and help. It wasn’t long before Tedd2 had his own racing cart, and in M==N he moHed up to the Champ Cart series, that he continues in toda2. M=C= Senior Champ >C= TracO Champion at The New Caswell Count2 Racewa2, Burris’ M=C= included winning the first of two mone2 races at Caswell Count2 Racewa2 on Sept CQ, M=C= and then doubled their mone2 the neRt da2 b2 winI ning again in their diHision. Halloween HaHoc in October was a good weeOend for the team, who won bacOItoIbacO with the new Clone Motors M. Out of C> races, the2 tooO Cst in C= races, Mnd in two, and third in the remaining two. With a grand total of CD feature race wins out of MK including all three tracOs, their M=C= record is going to be a hard one to follow. <We didn’t get to finish out the season at Madison, but did haHe good success there. There were siR Cst place, M finishes in Mnd and one >th and one Wth place finish out of CC races we did get to run. It was still a good half of a season,? Burris said. At Libert2 Racewa2 ParO in August the2 won a mone2 race in Champ Class M. A local racer with local sponsors, Burris wanted to maOe sure all those who help throughI out the season get their recogniI tion. A special thanOs goes out to their sponsors includingZ [ Rio Grand has helped for two 2ears with financial support in Oeeping the motors <up to speed?.

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emplo2ment, has supported him throughout his racing career. <The management team and m2 coIworOers haHe reall2 been great. We worO rotating shifts eHer2 M weeOs and haHe worOed with me on m2 racing season schedule.? The crew includes Tedd2’s father, Eddie Burris, the team’s boss, Tedd2’s girlfriend Son2a McKinne2 as the crewIchief, and this stepIdaughter Shannon Ta2lor whom he calls his cheerI leader. EHer2 Henture needs someI one to haHe 2our bacO, and Leon and SteHen Farmer, Burris’ good friends, fill that bill. <I Onow we will be at Ace Speedwa2 starting in March M=CC. We also haHe plans to run for the Championship in Sr. Champ Clone >MW and Sr. Champ Flathead >MW. <With the outstanding aob that B.c. Cobb and staff done with Caswell Count2 in M=C=, I Onow that M=CC at Ace Speedwa2 will be better than eHer with them behind the scenes,? Burris noted, <Until then, I want to sa2 thanOs for eHer2one’s help on and off the tracOf I couldn’t haHe done it without each of 2ou.? He added that M=C= was a great 2ear and he hopes for an eHen better 2ear in M=CC. Alwa2s’ remember in an2 sport that 2ou are in, 2oung or old, <Don’t Beat Yourself, cust Beat the Competitiong?


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