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Forbes Preschool's first class graduates Polk High This year’s graduating class at Polk County High School includes the first students to enroll in the Forbes Preschool Education Center when it opened in 1997. The program that began in 1995 when Mrs. Margaret L. Forbes purchased the Duke Power building in Tryon and gave it to the school system for use as a full-day preschool has grown from the first class of 38 students to a five- star program that currently serves 213 of the county’s three and four-yearolds in 13 classrooms that are located at each of the system’s elementary school sites. “Mrs. Forbes’ vision and understanding of the impact that early childhood education could have on our schools and community continues today,” says Polk Superintendent of Schools Bill Miller. "The dream she began for us is now impacting a large majority of our families in each school and community. What we owe to her as a school system, we cannot begin to express.”

Above: From left (back row) Letoya Twitty, Randy Matson and Evan Harding, (front row) Christian Searcy, Kelsey Taylor, Yuriko Chavez and Samantha Jackson, who are a few of the original Forbes students who graduated from Polk High Friday. Many of the original students have graduated early. Below: The first students to enter Forbes Preschool for the 1996-1997 school year. (photos submitted)

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Hospice of the Carolina Foothills seeking volunteers for patient companions. Four training sessions required, 9 a.m.to 1 p.m., June 14, 15, 21 and 22, at Hospice Here’s a list of upcoming Inman office. Tracey meetings and events for Brannon, 828-894-7000, area nonprofit community or tbrannon@hocf.org.

and governmental organizations:

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House of Flags holds drawing instead of Harley raffle today by John Clayton

Organizers behind a fundraiser for the House of Flags Museum had hoped to give away an American-made HarleyDavidson Fat Boy motorcycle somewhat fittingly today – Flag Day – but ticket sales fell short for the fundraiser. Even so, the raffle, which was changed to a 50/50-prize structure,

continued over the weekend and winners will be recognized at the today’s drawing at noon at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Columbus. “We just didn’t reach the plateau we needed to get to to give away a Harley, which is really what we wanted to do,” said House of Flags Publicity

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The Meeting Place Senior Center, Monday activities include Line Dancing, 9:30 a.m.; senior fitness, 11 a.m., Bingo or bead class, 12:30 p.m. 828894-0001. Christian Fellowship Luncheon, TJ’s Cafe, Tryon, Mondays except holidays, noon to 1 p.m.; food, fellowship and discussion of relevant issues; interdenominational. 859-5051. Chess Club, Mondays, 12:30 p.m., recreation room, LaurelHurst Apartments, Columbus. Open to anyone in community. 894-3336. Hospice of the Carolina Foothills is seeking individuals to volunteer at Hospice Thrift Barn, Landrum. Training Monday, June 14, 4 p.m. at the Thrift Barn. Tracey Brannon, 828-8947000 or tbrannon@hocf.org. Polk County Tourism Advisory Board, Monday, June 14, 5 p.m., First Peak Visitor Center in Columbus. 894-2324. Male Anger Management Intervention/Education Program, Mondays, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340. Alcoholics Anonymous, Mondays, 8 p.m., Columbus Presbyterian Church.


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clude ceramics, 9:30 a.m.; art class, 10 a.m., Bingo or movie, 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Saluda Senior Center, Bridge, Tuesdays, 10 a.m., chair exercise, 2:15 p.m. 828749-9245. Green Creek Community Center, Zumba exercise classes Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m., 7 p.m., in gym. Lanier Library, Brown Bag Luncheon program, Tuesday, June 15, noon. Author Rose Senehi will discuss her book”Wind in the Woods.” Free program, public invited. 828-859-8535. Cracker Barrel, 1 p.m. Tuesdays, conference room, Congregational Church. Upstairs Artspace presents lecture/demonstration on making art with moss by Annie Martin of Mountain Moss Enterprises. Tuesday, June 15, 4 p.m. Free. Call 828-859-2828 for details. Green Creek Farmer’s Market Tuesdays 5 to 7:30 p.m., Green Creek Community Center. Al-Anon Family Group meets Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., Saluda Senior Center, 64 Greenville Street, Saluda, one half block off Main Street (U.S. Hwy. 176 S.), 828-749-2251 (Saluda) or 1-800-286-1326. Hospice of the Carolina Foothills presents “Alzheimer’s and Dementia: What Caregivers Need to Know,” Tuesday, June 15, 6:30 to 7:30 p .m., Polk County Library, and Thursday, June 17, at Landrum Library. Open to the public. Angel Food Ministries, last day to order online is Tuesday, June 15, 11:30 p.m. www.angelfoodministries. com (http://www.angelfoodministries.com); in person by 3 p.m. at Red Cross, Ashley Meadows or Meeting Place in Columbus


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The Meeting Place Senior Center, Wednesday activities include Tai Chi, 9 a.m.; ceramics, 9:30 a.m.; Italian Club Meeting (Buon Giorno), 10 a.m.; senior fitness, 10 a.m. bingo or bridge, 12:30 p.m.; Medication Assistance Program, 9 a.m. to noon. 828-894-0001. Saluda Senior Center, Wednesday activities, power yoga class 6:15 a.m., Trash Train, dominoes game, 10 a.m., gentle Yin yoga 12:30 p.m. Movie Matinee, 2 p.m. 828749-9245. Tryon Kiwanis Club meets Wednesdays, noon, Congregational Church, 210 Melrose Ave., Tryon. Saluda Community Land Trust, Wednesday, June 16, 3 p.m., McCreery Park. Skills Building/Problem Solving Skills for boys ages 12-17, Wed., 3:30 to 4:45 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340. Male Anger Management Intervention/Education Program, Wednesdays, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 8942340.


NCDMV Driver’s License van, three Thursdays a month, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in front of Columbus Post Office. Check www.ncdot.gov/dmv/office_locations for schedule. The Meeting Place Senior Center, Thursday activities include ceramics, 9:30 a.m. 828894-0001. Saluda Senior Center, Thursday activities: knitting group, 9:30 a.m.; gentle Yin yoga 12:30 p.m., gentle Yin Yoga 5:30 p.m., Saluda Center. 828-749-9245. Landrum Library, Lap

Babies, Thursdays, 10 a.m.; storytime, 10:30 a.m. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Saluda Public Library, Bouncing Babies & Toddlers in Tow, Thursdays, 10 a.m. Rotary Club of Tryon, meets every Thursday at noon at Tryon Presbyterian Church on Harmon Field Road. Tryon Farmer’s Market, Thursdays, 4 to 6:30 p.m., Depot Street, downtown Tryon. Friends of Harmon Field, Annual Business Meeting, June 17, 6 p.m., Harmon Field log cabin. Covered dish supper. Election for Board of Directors. Tryon Wine Society, Thursdays, 6 p.m., Pine Crest Inn. 859-9135 or tryonwine@alltel. net. BNESCO Young Entrepreneurs, for ages 18 - 25, Thursdays, 6 p.m., Lilac Wine, Tryon. Columbus Lions Club, Thursday, June 17, 6:30 p.m., Calvert’s Kitchen, Columbus. Visitors welcome. 828-894-2505. Al-Anon: Foothills Come to Believe, Thursdays, 7 p.m., Polk Wellness Center, 801 W. Mills St., Suite A, Columbus. Landrum Lions Club, Thursday, June 17, 7 p.m. at the Depot. Mill Spring VFW Post 10349, Bingo, Thursdays, 7-9 p.m. (year round). 828-6259477. Alcoholics Anonymous, Thursdays, 8 p.m., Holy Cross Episcopal Church, 150 Melrose (Continued on page 5)

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cation Center began with the vision of Mrs. Forbes to provide Polk (continued from page 1) County’s four year-olds with an allCurrently, approximately 80 day preschool experience at little percent of all Polk County pre- or no cost to parents,” says Susan schoolers attend the system’s pro- McHugh, chairman of the Forbes gram, which is funded by tuition, Foundation board and previous N.C. More at Four and Head Start superintendent of Polk County monies. Very few school systems Schools. “The program was highly offer a program such as this and it successful and served as the impeMind andthroughout Heart Working Together tus for the school board to offer a is considered a model comprehensive preschool program North Carolina. for children at every “Offering comelementary school in prehensive preschool each community.” services in each comI108" n 1998 Mrs. munity is vital to the "Miracles on Highway Forbes also estabsuccess of children the Stuart and entering kindergarten a CooperRiis documentary lished on Mental Margaret L. Forbes ready to learn,” says Health Recovery produced at CooperFoundation, which Kathy Harding, Polk supports both CountyRiis Schools’ Prein Mill Spring and Asheville, NC Polk County Schools' preschool Program Dimake at Tryonschool Fine children Arts as rector.will “It was the vi-its debut Margaret Forbes nd well as the system's sion and work of Mrs. Center in Tryon, NC on June 22 @ graduating seniors. Forbes in 1995 that 7 PM. It was lovingly by "plan Since the beginning of the created the focus for Polk County produced foundation 12 years Schools provide and a high directed quality A tofilms" & producedago, by30 anpreschool for all children. This nual scholarships have been given graduating Polk County High program has made a difference for &toAndy Chusy Jardine O'Neill. children and families and we are so School seniors. Each scholarship is now worth $3,000.00 per appreciative of Mrs. Forbes.” Admission is free YOU arefor invited. year, renewable four years by Forbes received the schooland system’s “Stewards of Education” maintaining a specific grade point award in 2007 for her generosity average. Total Forbes Founda2x5 tion grants supporting education and support of its students. “The Forbes Preschool 6/14 Edu- exceed $300,000.


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Chairman Otis Livingston. “But we haven’t lost out completely and neither have the people who purchased the tickets. There’s still a nice cash prize that will be awarded to someone.” The first-place winner will receive 96 percent of the prize money, second place will receive 3 percent and third place will get 1 percent. Livingston estimated that first prize will be around $5,000 or more. The remaining proceeds will go toward the House of Flags building renovation project. Operators plan to move the museum into the former Columbus Fire Department building from its current location on Green Creek Drive in Columbus. Livingston said about 80 percent of the funds necessary for the renovation has been raised and construc-


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Market Place jumped 23.8 percent for the month of April compared with April, 2009, making it the largest increase of its kind in nearly five years. More telling, perhaps, is the calendar-year-to-date upsurge of 12.3 percent over the same fourmonth span in 2009, translating to more than 10,000 additional passengers. “We’re very excited about the growth we’ve charted so far this year,” says Lew Bleiweis, A.A.E., Airport Director, who credits much of the growth to the authority board’s commitment to gaining new air service.

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The Carolina Foothills Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for The Natural Way owner Jean Snipes recently at 102 Pacolet St. in Tryon. Pictured are (l-r) Janet Sciacca, Chamber Director, board members Chris Farrell, Dave Herbert, JoAnn Blackwell, Snipes, Beverly Moore, Andy Millard, Laura Weicker, and Christopher Chestnut.

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Monday, June 14, 2010 Tryon Daily Bulletin  / The World’s Smallest Daily Newspaper 60 degrees degrees 48’ 48’ 51” 51” West West 9.87 9.87 feet feet to to of 258.84 258.84 feet feet to to aa railroad railroad spike spike set set 60 of AMENDED NOTICE NOTICE OF OF SUBSTITUTE SUBSTITUTE a point, thence South 31 degrees 47’ in the centerline of NC #108 at the AMENDED in the centerline of NC #108 at the a point, thence South 31 degrees 47’ TRUSTEE'S FORECLOSURE FORECLOSURE SALE SALE OF OF intersection 30” East East aa distance distance of of 15.02 15.02 feet feet to to intersection of of two two marked marked lines lines with with 30” TRUSTEE'S REAL PROPERTY PROPERTY a point, said point being in the line of the centerline and also said spike REAL the centerline and also said spike a point, said point being in the line of UNDER AND AND BY BY VIRTUE VIRTUE of of the the being the0.967 acre acre lot lot referred referred to to above; above; being in in the the line line of of the the property property now now the0.967 UNDER power and and authority authority contained contained in in that that or thence with with the the line line of of the the 0.967 0.967 acre acre or formerly formerly owned owned by by John John F. F. Killian, Killian, thence power certain Deed Deed of of Trust Trust executed executed and and thence lot North North 60 60 degrees degrees 48’ 48’ 51” 51” East East aa thence with with the the existing existing marked marked line line lot certain delivered by by Rodney Rodney J.J. Butterfield, Butterfield, of distance of of 19.73 19.73 feet feet to to aa new new iron iron of John John F. F. Killian Killian South South 22 22 degrees degrees distance delivered dated May May 10, 10, 2006 2006 and and recorded recorded in in 29’ pin, said said new new iron iron pin pin being being aa corner corner 29’ 45” 45” East East aa distance distance of of 658.11 658.11 pin, dated the Office Office of of the the Register Register of of Deeds Deeds of of feet of the the 0.967 0.967 acre acre lot lot in in the the line line of of feet to to aa track track set set in in an an existing existing iron iron of the PolkCounty, County,North NorthCarolina, Carolina,recorded recorded pin Junior Womack; Womack; thence thence with with the the line line pin at at aa found found stone stone and and aa 3” 3” and and 8” 8” Junior Polk on May May 17, 17, 2006, 2006, in in Book Book 341 341 at at poplar of junior junior Womack Womack 09 09 degrees degrees 22’ 22’ poplar witnesses, witnesses, said said existing existing iron iron of on Page 1084; 1084; and and because because of of default default pin 46” West West aa distance distance of of 26.99 26.99 feet feet pinbeing beingaacorner cornerof ofthe theJohn JohnF. F.Killian Killian 46” Page in the the payment payment of of the the indebtedness indebtedness land, to aa point point in in the the center center of of SR SR #1157, #1157, land, thence thence with with the the lie lie of of the the John John to in secured thereby thereby and and failure failure to to carry carry F. thence with with the the centerline centerline of of said said F. Killian Killian land land North North 67 67 degrees degrees 22’ 22’ thence secured out and and perform perform the the stipulations stipulations and and 00” road North North 31 31 degrees degrees 47’ 47’ 30” 30” West West 00” East East aa distance distance of of 498.01 498.01 feet feet road out agreements contained contained therein therein and, and, to 39.34 feet feet to to the the point point and and place place of of to aa new new iron iron pin, pin, said said new new iron iron pin pin 39.34 agreements pursuant to to demand demand of of the the owner owner and and being BEGINNING. being the the southwesternmost southwesternmost corner corner BEGINNING. pursuant holderof ofthe theindebtedness indebtednesssecured securedby by of THE ABOVE ABOVE DESCRIBED DESCRIBED 7.907 7.907 ofaa0.967 0.967acre acreconveyance conveyanceon onrecord record holder THE said Deed Deed of of Trust, Trust, the the undersigned undersigned to ACRES IS IS SUBJECT SUBJECT TO TO THE THE FOLLOWFOLLOWto Floyd Floyd D. D. Atkins Atkins and and Mary Mary B. B. Price; Price; ACRES said Substitute Trustee Trustee will will place place for for sale, sale, thence ING RESTRICTIONS RESTRICTIONS that that shall shall be be apapthence with with the the line line of of said said 0.967 0.967 ING Substitute atpublic publicauction, auction,to tothe thehighest highestbidder bidder acre purtenant to to and and run run with with the the title title to to acre lot lot North North 19 19 degrees degrees 29’ 29’ 50” 50” purtenant at for cash cash at at the the usual usual place place of of sale sale at at West said property, property, and and which which shall shall expire expire West aa distance distance of of 227.15 227.15 feet feet to to said for PolkCounty CountyCourthouse, Courthouse,in inColumbus, Columbus, aa new on January January 1, 1, 2010. 2010. new iron iron pin pin at at aa 4' 4' pine pine witness, witness, on Polk North Carolina Carolina at at 10:00 10:00 AM AM on on MonMon- thence 1. No No trailers, trailers, mobile mobile homes, homes, or or thence aa new new line line and and with with another another North 1. day,June June21, 21,2010, 2010,that thatparcel parcelof ofland, land, line manufacturedhomes homes(whether (whethersingesingeline of of the the 0.967 0.967 acre acre lot lot North North 60 60 manufactured day, includingimprovements improvementsthereon, thereon,situsitu- degrees or double double wife) wife) shall shall be be allowed allowed on on degrees 48’ 48’ 50” 50” West West aa distance distance of of or including ated,lying lyingand andbeing beingin inthe theCity Cityof ofMills Mills 202.92 the property. property. 202.92 feet feet to to aa new new iron iron pin, pin, said said the ated, Springs,County Countyof ofPolk, Polk,State Stateof ofNorth North new 2. No No chicken, chicken, pig, pig, turkey, turkey, or or goat goat new iron iron pin pin being being in in the the line line of of the the Springs, 2. Carolina, and and being being more more particularly particularly property farms commercially commercially shall shall be be allowed allowed property now now or or formerly formerly owned owned by by farms Carolina, described as as follows: follows: on the the property. property. Junior Womack; Womack; thence thence with with the the line line on described Junior Situated, lying lying and and being being on on the the of 3. No parcel can can be be subdivided subdivided of Junior Junior Womack Womack North North 09 09 degrees degrees Situated, 3. No parcel Polkand andRutherford RutherfordCounty Countylines linesand and 22’ into less less than than five five (5) (5) acres. acres. 22’45” 45”West Westaadistance distanceof of26.99 26.99feet feet into Polk inthe thesouthwesternmost southwesternmostcorner cornerof ofthe the to 4. Only Only one one principal principal residence residence to aa point point in in the the centerline centerline of of County County in 4. intersection formed formed by by the the intersecintersec- Line per acreage acreage division division shall shall be be allowed allowed Line Road Road (SR (SR 1157) 1157) and and in in the the per intersection tion of of NC NC #108 #108 with with County County Line Line Polk-Rutherford on the the property property Polk-Rutherford County County line; line; thence thence on tion Road (SR (SR 1157) 1157) in in White White Oak Oak TownTown- with 5. No No principal principal residence residence of of less less with the the centerline centerline of of SR SR 1157 1157 and and Road 5. ship, Polk Polk County, County, North North Carolina, Carolina, the than 1500 1500 square square feet feet shall shall be be alalthe Polk-Rutherford Polk-Rutherford County County line line and and than ship, and being being aa portion portion of of that that certain certain continuing lowed on on the the property. property. continuing with with the the Junior Junior Womack Womack lowed and tract of of land land conveyed conveyed to to Foxhaven Foxhaven line 6. Any Any building building plans plans must must be be apapline North North 31 31 degrees degrees 47’ 47’ 30” 30” West West tract 6. Plantations, Inc. Inc. from from Ben Ben & & Frances Frances (crossing provedby byFox FoxHaven HavenPlantations, Plantations,Inc., Inc., (crossing aa nail nail set set in in the the end end of of the the proved Plantations, Sumner, and and being being recorded recorded at at Deed Deed pavement its successors successors or or assigns, assigns, however, however, pavement at at 211.38 211.38 feet) feet) aa total total its Sumner, Book 213 213 at at Page Page 1034 1034 in in the the Polk Polk distance approval shall shall not not be be unreasonable unreasonable distance of of 243.89 243.89 feet feet to to the the point point approval Book County Registry, Registry, and and also also being being the the and withheld. andplace placeof ofthe theBEGINNING. BEGINNING.ContainContain- withheld. County same 7.907 7.907 acre acre tract tract described described in in ing Address of of property: property: 1550 1550 Hwy Hwy ing 7.907 7.907 acres acres according according to to aa survey survey same Address that deed deed recorded recorded in in Deed Deed Book Book entitled 108 E, E, Mills Mills Springs, Springs, NC NC 28756 28756 entitled “Foxhaven “Foxhaven Plantation Plantation Tract Tract 108 that 216 at at Page Page 507, 507, in in the the Polk Polk County County #3, Present Record Record Owners: Owners: RR oo dd -#3, and and dated dated July July 12th, 12th, 1988, 1988, by by 216 Present Registry,and andbeing beingmore moreparticularly particularly Charles ney Butterfield Butterfield Charles D. D. Owens, Owens, Jr., Jr., RLS RLS 2413. 2413. Registry, ney described as as follows: follows: The terms terms of of the the sale sale are are that that the the SUBJECT to to that that easement easement and and described The SUBJECT BEGINNING on on an an existing existing nail nail at at right real property property hereinbefore hereinbefore described described right of of way way described described in in that that deed deed real BEGINNING the intersection intersection of of the the centerline centerline of of recorded will be be sold sold for for cash cash to to the the highest highest recorded in in Deed Deed Book Book 213 213 at at Page Page will the NC Highway Highway #108 #108 with with the the centerline centerline 1038, bidder. AA deposit deposit of of five five percent percent (5%) (5%) 1038, Polk Polk County County Registry, Registry, to to be be bidder. NC of County County Line Line Road Road (SR (SR 1157), 1157), in in used of the the amount amount of of the the bid bid or or Seven Seven used as as access access to to the the 0.967 0.967 acre acre of of the Polk-Rutherford Polk-Rutherford County County line line and and conveyance Hundred Fifty Fifty Dollars Dollars ($750.00), ($750.00), conveyance to to Floyd Floyd D. D. Atkins Atkins and and Hundred the thence with with the the centerline centerline of of NC NC Mary whichever is is greater, greater, is is required required and and Mary B. B. Price, Price, with with aa description description as as whichever thence Highway #108 #108 of of the the following following six six (6) (6) follows: must be be tendered tendered in in the the form form of of certicertifollows: Highway must calls South South 66 66 degrees degrees 27’ 27’ 55” 55” West West fied funds funds at at the the time time of of the the sale.In sale.In Commencing on on an an existing existing nail nail fied calls Commencing distance of of 112.34 112.34 feet feet to to aa point point in the event event that that the the Owner Owner and and Holder Holder inthe theintersection intersectionof ofthe thecenterline centerlineof of the aa distance in the the centerline, centerline, South South 70 70 degrees degrees NC or its its intended intended assignee assignee is is exempt exempt NC Highway Highway #108 #108 with with the the centerline centerline or in 00’55” 55”West Westaadistance distanceof of96.99 96.99feet feet of from paying paying the the same, same, the the successful successful of County County Line Line Road Road (SR (SR #1157), #1157), in in from 00’ to aa point point in in the the centerline, centerline, South South 75 75 the biddershall shallbe berequired requiredto topay payrevenue revenue the Polk-Rutherford Polk-Rutherford County County line line and and bidder to degrees 44’ 44’ 50” 50” West West aa distance distance of of thence stamps on on the the Trustee's Trustee's Deed, Deed, and and thence with with the the centerline centerline of of SR SR stamps degrees 87.47 feet feet to to aa nail nail set set in in the the centercenter- #1157 any Land Land Transfer Transfer Tax. Tax. #1157 South South 31 31 degrees degrees 47’ 47’ 30” 30” any 87.47 line,said saidset setnail nailbeing beingaacorner cornerof ofthe the East The real real property property hereinabove hereinabove East (crossing (crossing aa nail nail set set in in the the end end of of line, The 12.937acre acretract tractwith withthe the1.581 1.581acre acre the described is is being being offered offered for for sale sale the pavement pavement at at 32.51 32.51 feet) feet) aa total total described 12.937 tract. South South 81 81 degrees degrees 17’ 17’ 00” 00” West West distance "AS IS, IS, WHERE WHERE IS" IS" and and will will be be sold sold distance of of 204.55 204.55 feet feet to to aa point point "AS tract. distance of of 75.31 75.31 feet feet to to aa point point in in in subject to to all all superior superior liens, liens, unpaid unpaid in the the centerline centerline of of SR SR #1157, #1157, said said subject aa distance the centerline, centerline, South South 84 84 degrees degrees 46’ 46’ point taxes, and and special special assessments. point being being the the point point of of BEGINNING, BEGINNING, taxes, the Call assessments. 828-86355” West West aa distance distance of of 68.34 68.34 feet feet to to thence Other conditions conditions4444 will be be for announced thence leaving leaving the the centerline centerline South South Other 55” will announced more point in in the the centerline, centerline, and and South South 09 at the the sale. sale. The The sale sale will will be be held held open open 09 degrees degrees 22’ 22’ 46” 46” West West aa distance distance at aa point information 87 degrees degrees 01’ 01’ 15” 15” West West aa distance distance of for ten ten (10) (10) days days for for upset upset bids bids as as by by of 52.82 52.82 feet feet to to aa point, point, thence thence South South for 87

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law required. required. law the Trustee Trustee is is unable unable to to convey convey IfIf the title to to this this property property for for any any reason, reason, title the sole sole remedy remedy of of the the purchaser purchaser is is the the return return of of the the deposit. deposit. Reasons Reasons of of the such inability inability to to convey convey include, include, but but such are not not limited limited to, to, the the filing filing of of aa bankbankare ruptcy petition petition prior prior to to the the sale sale and and ruptcy reinstatement of of the the loan loan without without the the reinstatement knowledgeof ofthe theTrustee. Trustee. IfIfthe thevalidity validity knowledge of the the sale sale is is challenged challenged by by any any party, party, of theTrustee, Trustee,in inhis hissole solediscretion, discretion,ififhe he the believes the the challenge challenge to to have have merit, merit, believes may declare declare the the sale sale to to be be void void and and may return the the deposit. deposit. The The purchaser purchaser will will return have no no further further remedy. remedy. have Additional Notice Notice Where Where the the Real Real Additional Propertyis isResidential ResidentialWith WithLess LessThan Than Property 15 Rental Rental Units: Units: 15 An order order for for possession possession of of the the An property may may be be issued issued pursuant pursuant to to property G.S.45-21.29 45-21.29in infavor favorof ofthe thepurchaser purchaser G.S. andagainst againstthe theparty partyor orparties partiesin inposposand session by by the the clerk clerk of of superior superior court court session of the the county county in in which which the the property property is is of sold. Any Any person person who who occupies occupies the the sold. property pursuant pursuant to to aa rental rental agreeagreeproperty ment entered entered into into or or renewed renewed on on or or ment after October October 1, 1, 2007, 2007, may, may, after after after receiving the the notice notice of of sale, sale, terminate terminate receiving the rental rental agreement agreement upon upon 10 10 days’ days’ the written notice notice to to the the landlord. landlord. Upon Upon written termination of of aa rental rental agreement, agreement, termination the tenant tenant is is liable liable for for rent rent due due under under the the rental rental agreement agreement prorated prorated to to the the the effective date date of of the the termination. termination. effective Any person person who who occupies occupies the the Any property pursuant pursuant to to aa bona bona fide fide property lease or or tenancy tenancy may may have have additional additional lease rights pursuant pursuant to to Title Title VII VII of of 5.896 5.896 -rights Protecting Tenants Tenants at at Foreclosure Foreclosure Protecting Act which which became became effective effective on on May May Act 20, 2009. 2009. 20, Dated: June June 1, 1, 2010 2010 Dated: David A. A. Simpson, Simpson, P.C. P.C. David Substitute Trustee Trustee Substitute Attorney at at Law Law Attorney Rogers Townsend Townsend & & Thomas, Thomas, PC PC Rogers Attorneys for for the the Substitute Substitute Trustee Trustee Attorneys 704-442-9500 704-442-9500 adv. 6/7, 6/7, 14 14 adv.

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Foothills Duplicate Bridge results The following are the results of the Foothills Duplicate Bridge games played Friday, June 4. Morning Restricted Pairs North-South 1. Don Tucker, Bill Lohr 2. Hoppy Long, Joyce Atkins; 3. Tom Jackson, Vicky Jackson. East-West 1. Roger Clifton, Yoshikazu Kinoshita; 2. Elizabeth Haslam, G. B. Lee Haslam; 3. Edward Krainer, Jack DePriester. Afternoon Open Pairs North-South 1. Jack Williams, Jim Jackson; 2. Linda Sherer, Helen Trevathan; 3. Charles Cannon, Curtis Ross; 4. Donna Lohr, Mary Ostheim. East-West 1. James Gumbert, Mary Elder; 2. James Cobb, Karl Kachadoorian; 3. Jackie Caldwell, Donald Eifert; 4. Richard Belthoff, Rolland Rasmussen. – article submitted

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Rutherford Hospital Inc. and Rutherford Orthopaedics Now Feature:

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Thelen gives TJCA valedictorian speech Editor’s Note: Mary Thelen, home. a resident of Tryon, was named Let us GO NOW and revel the valedictorian of the class of in the glory of our newly-found 2010 at Thomas Jefferson Clas- independence. sical Academy: A Challenge Let us GO NOW to an excitWantAcademy. News? Want Foundation Below is ing new world News? of collegiate life Subscribe! email us at Subscribe! email us at the full text of the valedictory experiences and all the potential subs@tryondailybulletin.com subs@tryondailybulletin.com address that Thelen delivered at debauchery that is to be had. the ceremony June 10: Let us GO NOW and conOn behalf of Thomas Jef- tinue to learn, continue to make ferson’s senior class of 2010, I life-long friendships, continue wouldGot like toInternet? thank you all, our to grow. Got Internet? families, Check friends, But as we go,us and go we must us our out! teachers, Check out! faculty, and fellow classmates, (as our parents will remind us), www.tryondailybulletin.com www.tryondailybulletin.com for coming out this evening to let us GO SLOWLY. celebrate our high school graduaYes, life is opening many tion with us. We are most grateful doors to us and the world seems for your support and encourage- full of endless possibilities; and Traveling Abroad? Traveling Abroad? ment this evening and over the as we are still very much in the Stay in touch with… Stay in touch with…it may course of the past four years. morning of our lives, www.tryondailybulletin.com www.tryondailybulletin.com Class of ‘10, Quid debemus, become very easy to forget how cogitare? What should we think? quickly time passes when we are I don’t know, but Mr. Scruggs so accustomed to saying “there’s would say that we should always always tomorrow.” think for ourselves and get out of ButShutterbug? in all seriousness, take Shutterbug? Plato’s allegorical cave that has your time with life. Smell the Share your Thermal Belt snapshots! Share your Thermal Belt snapshots! been our childhood and into the roses; do hard things; challenge news@tryondailybulletin. news@tryondailybulletin.com real world. yourselves; live a life of virtue Now there is no way that I can doing, knowing, and desiring possibly sum up each of our high the good; or just simply “do school experiences, but I think right;” and all that good stuff that one phrase that encompasses we’ve learned here over the last our senior experience as a class four years. From our high school is one that we heard on a daily experience, I think it’s safe to say basis as we rushed through life that we all know how to cram and this year to write college essays, make the most of the time given fill out tedious applications, get to us, and while this is a useful last minute recommendations skill for school, college, and perfrom teachers, while also mak- haps even our careers, we should ing time for our studies…well, not apply it to every aspect of our maybe - but this phrase that I lives. Friends, family, personal think captures the essence of our and spiritual growth - these are senior year is the brief command important too, and while they “GO NOW.” This command had may not always be a top priornumerous meanings and connota- ity as many of us have invested tions for us as seniors, but setting thousands upon thousands of all of that aside, let’s look at how dollars in our college education, it can be applied to us as high we must remember that at the end school graduates: of the day, Leo Tolstoy was on to Let us GO NOW to a final something when he said that all summer of living in our parents’ man really needs is a six foot hole TDBPROMO - page 103

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YouthLET’S jamboree MAKE Ateaches DEAL basics of horse management


Children will have the oppor- classes on farm management, hay tunity to gear up and learn all the selection, budget planning, horse basics of horse care management as shoeing, grounds safety, make-up well as have a chance to show off and fashion for horse showing what they’ve learned at the Region and more. Presentations also will 12 Youth Jamboree. The jamboree be offered on how to prepare for a will be held at the T. Ed Garrison scholarship with NCAA equestrian Arena located at 1101 West Queen programs and how to support the Street on the campus of Clemson Wild Horse Foundation. Attendees also can participate in the Extreme University in Pendleton, S.C. Free riding clinics will be of- Mustang Makeover competition. ALMOST NEW,June well15,built Young log home horse privately enthusiasts can fered from Tuesday, show off of their newlyOak formed through 17, for sitedThursday, on overJune 6 acres at the base White skills by competing in an children ages six to 18 who are Mountain w/ easy access. Over 3500 sq.ft. openopen show on Friday, June 18 and the accompanied a chaperone or huge plan withby wood floors, beams, dramatic parent. Clinics will be open to all Region 12 Qualifier on Saturday, cathedral ceiling stoneJune fireplace w/first 19. Ribbons and floor high point breeds and disciplines, and&lunch Oversized log car garage/workshop, will be provided to those andmaster. dinner will be provided to at- 2 awards cleared area All offers who enter. tendees. Horsegarden lovers can view& a woodlands. more information on Youth schedule events online will of beJamboree considered! AskingFor $339K. at www.aharegion12.com. On-site Jamboree registration, classes and RE/MAX Advantage RealtyAnita Hood at clinics, contact registration will be available. 828-894-5454 • 800-894-0859 or by email at anita. In addition to riding clinics, 770-364-1012 hood@purinamills.com. families can attend Jean instructional Skelcy 828-894-7168 – article submitted RE/MAX Richard Yurko 828-894-7170

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River Valley Pony Club Hunter Pace held May 30 by Linda Farris

I can’t think of a better way to spend a Memorial Sunday than in the saddle with those that best serve us - the horse. River Valley Pony Club was just as organized as they always are. The trails were marked with pink ribbons, red arrows and even a sign about a hive of non-stinging bees and not to worry. “The mission of the United States Pony Clubs is to provide a program for youth that teaches riding, mounted sports, and the care of horses and ponies, thereby developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence.” The CETA and NPA trails have to be the most well groomed, scenic and adventuresome trails of all trails. There were many jumps throughout and many overlooks of the mountains and landscape. Registration was held by Kathy Brian and Carol Basye. They gave out packets of horse information and candy and your lunch ticket to each rider. No one could go wrong with many timers letting people know of the course and keeping perfect paperwork. Vicki DePalma, Dakota DePalma, Emily Dingwell, Allie Cockman and Abby Billiu served as timers. Halfway point was handled by Sam, Mike, Helen and Ben Firby, Katie, Emma Hay, Anne Basket and Emily Dingwell. They offered water and apple juice and fruit candy. The parking guys, Chuck Bryan, Robert Williams, Bill and Sam Basye, did their best handling so many trailers in a large open field. A BBQ meal was provided by Harry Denton and a bake sale offered cakes, cookies, brownies and coffee cakes. All the proceeds from the bake sale will be presented to the Foothills Humane Society. Dawn Dingwell, Elizabeth Roundtree, and many of the kids made the goodies as well as horse treats. A silent auction was also held, and a

Grand Champion Field Hunter Liz Crawley at the RVPC Hunter Pace held Sunday, May 30. (photo by Lou Smith)

portion of the proceeds will benefit Polk Equine Emergency Rescue. Tryon Equine Hospital has guaranteed to match RVPC’s donations. There also was a booth set up for PEER and CART to answer questions as well as Tracey Daniels and Love Your Critter Pet Sitter, and Foothills Humane Society had a couple of adoptable pets. Amy Moore and Kathi Brian organized many volunteers and the landowners of Collinsville Equestrian Trail Association (CETA) and the North Pacolet Association (NPA) let riders take in their manicured trails. Lisa Otto allowed full use of her fields for the starting point, Jane Gallagher’s fields were used for the halfway point, and Allen Slater’s “Marlboro Country” was also used. Ruth Gold and Allen Bridge from CETA, and Dogan Wilson from NPA helped develop the trail system for this event. The other volunteers were Grace Basye, Kristen and Abby Billiu, Dana Kind, Chloe and Holly Boshhard, Kathi and Chuck Brian, Cathy Taylor, Allic Cockman, Maren Daniels, Laura May, Samantha Haase, Abbie and Ken Just, Ashley and Krista Just, Abby Moore, Laura Price, Kate and Rebecca Price, Robert Williams, Nicola and Isabell Rountree-Wil-

liams, and John Brodie, Charlene McMurray, Keileigh McMurray, Suzanne and Hunter Metcalf. Many other supporters included Natasha Jaskiewicz, the animal chiropractor Libbie Johnson, Little Mountain Farm Supply, Marilyn Yike Elizabeth, Rountree and Robert Williams EquiDress - Shauna Williams Tracey, Suelin LillyAmmons, Advocare Nicole Watts, EquiZen Horse Therapies LLC. Now, the results: There were a total of 97 riders and 49 teams of competitors. 58 riders in 28 teams for the Field Hunter Division. 39 riders in 20 teams for the Trail Riders. The optimum time for the Field Hunter Division was two hours, six minutes, 14 seconds. The calculated optimum time for Trail Rider Division was two hours, six minutes, 23 seconds. The mileage for the Trail Division was 7.26 and the Hunter Division was 10.01 miles. A little longer ride for the Hunter Division to give them more time on the run. Taking home the Blue ribbon for the Field Hunter Division were Baiba Bourbeau of Tryon and Beatrice Lamb of Inman with (Continued on page 15)

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WCHP final series standings Field Hunters: 1. Grand Champion for the current series is Field Hunter Liz Crawley with 39 series points. 2. Reserve Champion title in the Field Hunter Division goes to Betty Hill with 32 points. 3. Judy Heinrich finished the series in first place with 29 series points. 4. Gail Patton, Debbie Thrasher and Kris Yon tied for second place with 28 points. 5. Sharon Carden moved up and finished in third place with 23 series points. 6. Bill Boger and Sherry Wyatt tied for fourth with 22 points. Trail Riders: 1. Kelly Cannon’s last event placement brought her to a tie with Debra Kennerly for joint Trail Rider Champions, each with an accumulation of 35 points. 2. Jennifer Smith takes the Reserve Championship with 34 points for the 2009-2010 series. 3. Amanda Stickly earned the first place ribbon with 29 points at the finish. 4. Boots Plyler takes second place honors with 28 series points. 5. Victoria Bailey earned 26 points for third place in the Trail Division of the 2009-2010 series. 6. Chris Britton and Peggy McMakin came in fourth place with 23 points this series. For more information email Jan Smith at jan@ WCHPace.org or call her at 828-894-8760.

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a time of two hours, four minutes, 40 seconds. Second place went to Michael and Roberta Axelrod of Columbus with a time of two hours, seven minutes and 50 seconds. Third place went to Stephanie Culbertson of Fountain Inn with a time of two hours, three minutes and 28 seconds. A team of four took home fourth place; Anita Crouse and Melissa Metcalfe of Marion, Peggy Horton of Tryon, and Harold Phiffer of Mill Spring with a time of two hours, three minutes, 28 seconds. Fifth place went to Sarah Howell of Rutherfordton, Frieda Jessen of Ellenboro, Nicolette Orsley of Mooresboro and Haleigh Wilson of Rutherfordton with a time of two hours, two minutes, 32 seconds. Sixth place was awarded to Judy Heinrich of Columbus with a time of two hours, one minute and 12 seconds.

Also out to enjoy the open meadows, bridges and creek crossings in the wooded trails were: Bill Anderson, Sandra Bailey, Darbie Barr, Bill and Terry Boger, Jennifer Bost, Lexi and Morgan Conrad, Liz Crawley, Sarah Crouse, Janice Cyrill, Bruce Drohan, Ken Feagin, Ann Fratcher, Kathy Godsey, Betty Hill, Susan Jackson, Katie Jones, Patti Lovelace, Jamie Maddox, Hilary Martin, Buck and Linda Matthews, Dean and Roberta McKinney, Casey Morris, Laurel Murphy, Lindsey Newsom, Katie O’Neal, Thomas Pluemper, Sara Riggins, Janna Ritacco, Ric Rondell, Karen Sennewald, Sally Shepherd, Anne and Kelsey Spicer, Lisa Spriggs, Megan Tarre, Bobby Turner, Skyler Warren, Sarah Whitten, Rachel Wood and Kris Yon. Taking home first place in the (Continued on page 16)


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Trail Rider Division was Andrew Clarke of Tigerville with a time two hours, four minutes, 45 seconds. The Red ribbon went to Lisa Kotallik of Tryon with a time of two hours, eight minutes, 57 seconds. Third place went to Kim Adams and Linda Lambert of Columbus with a time of two hours, thirteen minutes, 42 seconds. Fourth place was awarded to Sally and Russell Rock of Campobello with a time of one hour, 57 minutes, 33 seconds. Fifth place went to Victoria Bailey of Woodruff, Kelly Cannon of Moore, Khrystynna Hunsinger of Danville, and Abby McCraw of Boiling Springs with a time of one hour, 56 minutes, 42 seconds. Bringing in sixth place was Brenda Cox of Landrum and Neil Parnes of Spartanburg with a time of two hours, 16 minutes, 10 seconds. Also out to soak up the sun and play throughout the course were: Jerry, Megan and Melinda Alexander, Doug and Linda Algire, Deanna Baldwin, Brian Butler, Linda and Wayne Farris, Susan Fiala, James Kennedy, Debra Kennerly, Virginia Leavitt, Alemena and Ed Lominack, Michael and Sharon Maxwell, Paula Mierop, Elizabeth Morosani, Anne Pierce, Boots and Erin Plyler, Mekenzie Reynolds, Linda Salinas, Jennifer Smith, Mary Tolles and Stacie Wadsworth. Don’t forget the end of the season fun ride on the West Range of Biltmore on June 20. Get Lou to take a portrait shot of your group before they get sweaty and then go at your own pace on the trails of one of the most beautiful spots in the world. The Year End Awards Gathering, scheduled for June 20, to benefit HALTER, is set as one last event before we take our summer break. Remember to check the website WCHPace.org for all upcoming events, news, articles, photos, placements and contact information. Lou Smith was on hand at the Steps to HOPE Hunter Pace and Trail Ride, as usual, to take

Here's the secret – send that hard-to-please friend a subscription to The Tryon Daily Bulletin! We'll even provide a free card to announce your gift. Come by our office on Trade Street or call us for details. First Place Field Hunters Baiba Bourbeau and Beatric Lamb coming into the finish line at the RVPC Hunter Pace. (photo by Lou Smith)


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Trail Rider Champion Debra Kennerly and Reserve Champion Jennifer Smith paso into the finish at the RVPC Hunter Pace (photo by Lou Smith)

pictures of the riders. Click on the photo section of www.wchpace. org for a view of the horses and riders enjoying the track. For information on the West-

ern Carolina Hunter Pace & Trail Ride Series e-mail Series Coordinator, Jan Smith at jan@wchpace. org or wchpace@windstream.net or call her at 828-894-8760.

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