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Tryon Daily Bulletin

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Vol. 84 / No. 232

Tryon, N.C. 28782

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

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Bonnie Zelinskie, age 83, took a tandem sky jump with Michael Elliot, who tandem-jumped twice with President George H. Bush. (photo submitted)

YEAR IN REVIEW

A look back at the top stories of 2011 starts on pg. 4.

A major woods fire broke out Nov. 2 off Hwy. 74 between the Tryon and Columbus exits (mile markers 161 and 162). (photo by Leah Justice)

A tractor-trailer ran into a Columbus Police Department Crown Victoria early Monday, Dec. 5 along I-26. (photo submitted by the Columbus Police Department)

State Bureau of Investigation officers secure a once buried grenade before packing it into a metal box to transport it to a lab where it was destroyed. (photo by David Salmeri)

Polk County High School basketball games against Thomas Jefferson, originally scheduled for Friday, Jan. 5, have been rescheduled to Wednesday, Jan. 4. The games will start at 4:30 p.m. for JV boys and 6 p.m. for varsity girls, with varsity boys following. There will be no JV girls game. The games scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 3 against Avery are still scheduled, pending weather conditions.

New DSS building cost $61k less than budgeted amount $6,900 withheld for not being completed on time by Leah Justice

Polk County is paying $61,146 less than originally expected for its new department of social services (DSS)

building that was occupied on Dec. 13. Polk County’s Construction Manager Cecil Cannon provided a project status report to commissioners on Dec. 13 stating what change orders did to the (Continued on page 9)

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COMMUNITY COMMUNITY CALENDAR CALENDAR Here’s a list of upcoming meetings and events for area nonprofit community and governmental organizations:

Today

Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Tuesdays, Ozone Drive and Hwy. 176, Saluda. Polk County Transportation Authority, makes a regular trip to Hendersonville on the first and third Tuesday of each month. 894-8203. Hospice of the Carolina Foothills, “We Care” is a weekly informal social group open to women coping with loss. The group meets at 9 a.m. at TJ’s Cafe in Tryon and is open to newcomers. For more information, contact Shannon Slater at 828-894-7000, 800-617-7132 or sslater@hocf.org. The Meeting Place Senior Center, Tuesday activities include ceramics, 9:30 a.m.; art class, 10 a.m.; bingo or movie, 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. American Legion Auxiliary, meets on Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Hall in Tryon. House of Flags Museum, open Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 33 Gibson Street, Columbus. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Tuesdays,

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10 a.m. - 1 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. LIFECare of Polk County/ Adult Day Health Care, provides services Monday - Friday. Pet therapy is scheduled every Tuesday. An opportunity for participants to interact with a trained pet therapy dog in a safe and meaningful environment. Call 828-894-2007 for more info. Polk County Library, will have preschool story time every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Open to all area children and caregivers. Green Creek Community Center, Zumba exercise class, Tuesdays and Thursdays 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., in gym. Cracker Barrel, 1 p.m. Tuesdays, conference room, Congregational Church. Polk County Historical meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 3 at 2:30 p.m. at the Polk County Historical Museum in Columbus, Ted Owens will talk about Lake Adger. All are welcome. PolkFresh Farmers Market, Tuesdays, in the Re-Ride parking lot, crossroads of Landrum and Hwy. 9, 5 - 7:30 p.m., Visa/EBT accepted. Visit polkcountyfarms. org for vendor list or sign-up. Saluda Business Association, first Tuesday of each month, 5:30 p.m., top floor, public library. 828749-3444. Foothills Autism/Asperger’s Parent Support Group, meets the first Tuesday, 6 p.m., Polk County Library community room (Columbus). 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 1-800286-1326. American Legion, Polk County Memorial Post 250, first Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m., 43 Depot Street, Tryon. Foothills Knitting Guild, first Tuesday of each month, North Woods Farm Fiber and Yarn, 221 North Main St., Campobello, 7 p.m.

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OBITUARIES Shirley Walker, p. 17

Department in Green Creek, 7 a.m. - noon. 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. - noon. 828-8940001. Saluda Center, Wednesday activities, Trash Train, dominoes game, 10 a.m.; gentle Yin Yoga 12:30 p.m. 828-749-9245. Tryon Kiwanis Club, meets Wednesdays, noon, Congregational Church, 210 Melrose Ave., Tryon. Female Domestic Abuse Intervention Program, Wednesdays 3:30 – 4:30 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340. Male Domestic Abuse Intervention Program, Wednesdays, 5:30 - 7 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340.

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Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Thursdays, 7 a.m. noon, old Searcy Mill parking lot, Hwy. 108, Columbus. Saluda Center, Thursday activities: knitting group, 9:30 a.m.; gentle Yin Yoga, 5:30 p.m.; 828749-9245. The Meeting Place Senior Center, Thursday activities include ceramics, 9:30 a.m. and bingo or movie, 12:30 p.m. 828-

894-0001. Crossings Book Study Group, will meet Thursday, Jan. 5, 12, 19 and 27 at 10 a.m. at Holy Cross Episcopal Church on Melrose Ave. in Tryon. The books under discussion are “Gilead” and “Home,” both by Marilynne Robinson. All are welcome. Call 828-859-9741 for more information. House of Flags Museum, open Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 33 Gibson Street, Columbus. Landrum Library, Lap Babies, 10 a.m., 20- 25 minute session for young children and care givers includes music, nursery rhymes, action poems and short books. Storytime at 10:30 a.m. for preschoolers includes books, music and fingerplays. Call 828457-2218. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Thursdays, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Saluda Community Library, will have preschool story time every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Open to all area children and caregivers. Green Creek Community Center, Zumba exercise class, Tuesdays and Thursdays 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., in gym. Please submit Curb Reporter items in writing at least two days prior to publication. Items must include a name and telephone number of a contact person. Items will be printed in order by date of event, as space allows.


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Polk County Rescue Squad honors Stott and Culbreth

Above: Alfred Stott is the last surviving founding member of the Polk County Rescue Squad with more than 50 years of service. Stott, along with others had a passion for helping his fellow man when the rescue squad was formed in 1960. As a volunteer he has spent hours in service to others without monetary reward. Stott was recognized during the Polk Rescue annual Christmas banquet. Right: Phil Culbreth was elected and presented with the “Squadman of the Year” award during their annual Christmas banquet. Culbreth is a certified scuba diver and has training in various rescue disciplines. He was voted by his peers for the outstanding performance and dedication to the Polk County Rescue Squad for the year 2011. (photo submitted by Bob Edwards)

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Reenactors fire muskets to mark the certification of Alexander’s Ford in Polk County as an official part of the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail. (photo by Samantha Hurst) Editor’s note: With another memorable year winding down, the Bulletin chose to reflect on those stories that kept the community talking.

OCTOBER

• The Tryon Fire Department was awarded a grant up to $168,000, which will help the department recruit and retain volunteers, purchase air packs and a new command vehicle. • Columbus Town Manager Jonathan Kanipe announced at a town meeting that the Mills Street beautification project should go out to bid in November, with tree planting expected to be done in December or January. The project was delayed until March. • Prosecutors did not seek the death penalty in the case of Travis McGraw, who faces trial for the murder of his wife, Vanessa Mintz. • Polk County named Libbie Johnson the new economic tourism development director. Her employment began Oct. 5. • When Polk County Board of Commissioners met Monday, Oct. 3 they approved a resolution asking the state to change Polk’s hunting season classification from conservative to moderate, extending deer hunting season two more weeks. • Alexander’s Ford officially become certified as part of Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail Oct. 5 • Tryon Arts & Crafts held its

fourth-annual fall festival Oct. 15 – 16. • Saluda Medical Center announced its telemedicine project, which aimed to link patients that come into SMC with specialty care needs.

2011 YEAR IN REVIEW

• An ordinance approved Oct. 11 by Landrum City Council allows horses to be kept on property within the city limits. • Polk County and Advantage West officials unveiled a sign on U.S. 74 on Wednesday, Oct. 12 marking Polk as a Certified Entrepreneurial Community (CEC). • Susan McRostie, art teacher at Saluda Elementary School, was named Polk County Teacher of the Year. • After 33 years of working with area families, Polk County Department of Social Services (DSS) Director Sue Rhodes retired. Her last day was Oct. 31. • Team No. 958, one of several Polk County High School teams that competed in the U.S. Marine Corps Mud Run in Columbia, S.C., on Saturday, Oct. 15, won the All-Female Division. • At the Tryon Town Council meeting Oct. 18, Tryon officials considered selling the Harmon

Officials unveiled a new sign identifying Polk County as a Certified Entrepreneurial Community on Wednesday, Oct. 12. (photo by Lindy Wicklund)

Field community center building to purchase 2 acres and a house adjacent to the equestrian side of the park. Council later denied the pursuit. • Dyrell Laprince Dalton of Mill Spring was arrested the week of Oct. 17 in Operation Pill Sweep. He was found in possession of opium/heroine and morphine, according to sheriff’s office reports. • The Rotary Club of Tryon Thursday, Oct. 20 presented a $5,000 donation to Tryon Elementary School (TES) in honor of retired Principal Walker Williams. The donation was put solely toward stocking the shelves of TES’ library. • Local resident Bonnie Zelinskie, 83, jumped out of a plane and parachuted back down to earth Oct. 9. Jumping out of a plane was the number one item on Zelinskie’s bucket list. • The Town of Tryon appliesd for a $40,000 N.C. Rural Center grant to develop a plan for the replacement of the East Howard Street sewer line, one of Tryon’s largest problems with infrastructure. • Polk County Clerk of Superior Court Charlene T. Owens retired after working in the courthouse almost 35 years. Her last day was Dec. 31 of this year. • Columbus Town Council met Thursday, Oct. 20 and addressed parking concerns in the town. Council agreed to have the planning board work on parking

In Memoriam

Diana Henderson Johnson Mary Jo Pittman Carroll Scoggins Anna Maria Deudne Arnold Lee “Al” Wright John Vincent Hammett Sr Karen Marie Northrup Joyce Elaine Painter Linda Lou Cogdell Allene Wells Williamson Charlotte Lewis Brady David ‘Rod’ Moore John Nash II Brooke Ashley Goings Lester Lee Powell James Alfred Ruff Sr. Sloan Hawkins Ward Alva Maude Haynes McDade John Mather Siegel Jr.

regulations and for town manager Jonathan Kanipe to speak with town business owners. • The Polk County Department of Social Services (DSS) planned to move into its new building on Nov. 21. The building was occupied Dec. 13. • Columbus resident Becky Bell told town council she felt discriminated against with regard to yard sale signs. At a council meeting Oct. 20, she said her signs are always taken down, while other signs throughout the town are not.


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Jeane Helms-Scofield, widow of House of Flags Founder George Scofield, and Shirley Axtell rejoice after cutting the ribbon at the new museum. Also shown are museum board members, left to right, Bob Lair and Frank Ortiz. (photo by Samantha Hurst)

NOVEMBER

• Saluda commissioner candidates faced off Sunday, Oct. 30 in a forum that drew about 50 residents and many questions. Incumbent commissioner candidates John Morgan and Leon Morgan were challenged by Lynn Cass for two open seats. • Hospice this year commemorates three decades of service in Polk County and the Upstate of South Carolina. In the late 1970s, concerned citizens like Tracy Lamar, David Wells and Jack Allen put efforts in motion to create this new service. • The Polk County Sheriff’s Office and N.C. State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) the week of Nov. 1 busted their second methamphetamine lab in Polk County this year. The lab was discovered in the Green Creek community. Flint Oniel Henderson and Karrie Leigh Kight of Rutherfordton, N.C. were arrested. • The Green Race was held on Nov. 5. The kayak race which began in 1996, is on .55 miles of the steepest section of the Green River Narrows, which includes numerous Class V rapids. • Polk County completed construction of an emergency radio tower in Mill Spring. It is part of a communications upgrade agreed upon in 2008 for fire, rescue and law enforcement departments. • Polls opened Nov. 8 in the towns of Columbus and Tryon and cities of Saluda and Landrum for municipal elections. • Winners of the 2011 Municipal elections included: Columbus: Mayor Eric McIntyre, council members Ernie Kan, Richard Hall and Ricky

McCallister. Landrum: Council members Jon Matheis, Johnny Carruth and Joyce Whiteside. Saluda: Lyna Cass and Leda Morson. Tryon: Mayor Alan Peoples and council members Roy Miller and George Baker. • Landrum voters approved a referendum to allow the sale of alcohol in restaurants on Sundays during municipal elections Nov. 8.

2011 YEAR IN REVIEW

• Polk County’s municipalities had a 19 percent turnout in the municipal elections held Tuesday, Nov. 8, with low turnouts in Columbus and Tryon but almost half of Saluda registered voters casting ballots. • Just behind the Polk County Courthouse the House of Flags opened its doors to a new museum Friday, Nov. 11. • The Polk County Appearance Commission hired two local artists, Kathleen Carson and Bill Crowell, to design and produce two containers to help visitors and residents of Saluda sort their trash from their recyclables. • Gary Kitchen of Outlaw Masonry moved along with repairs to the brickwork encasing Saluda City Hall Tuesday, Nov. 15. • Tryon Town Council agreed to sell property located near the town’s train depot. Dr. John Hooker, a dentist who currently has an office with Dr. Mark McCall on Pacolet Street, who had made an offer of $8,000 for

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Firefighters battle the blaze that destroyed the clubhouse at Red Fox Country Club early Monday morning, Nov. 21. (photo by Leah Justice)

the property. • Tryon Police Chief Jeff Arrowood met State Bureau of Investigation officers at the Melrose Inn Thursday, Nov. 17 after owner Marilyn Doheny called to say a potential grenade had been found on the back portion of the property, located on Melrose Avenue in Tryon. • Bloomberg Businessweek Thursday, Nov. 17 named Tryon as the “Best Place To Raise Your Kids in North Carolina.” • The Polk County Sheriff’s Office and the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) busted the third meth lab this year in Polk County on Thursday, Nov. 17. Timothy William McCurry, Bradley Kyle Benton and Megan Brooke Wright were arrested. • Firefighters from all over Polk County and the area, including Columbus, Tryon, Green Creek and Mill Spring, along with the Campobello, Landrum and New Prospect fire departments battled an early morning fire Monday, Nov. 21 at Red Fox Country Club. • Residents of Ashley Meadows at White Oak told Columbus council members the week of Nov. 14 why they need to be annexed into the town. The development would have to pay town taxes, but residents would gain the lower utility rates and town services, such as police. • The Polk County Board of Commissioners met Monday, Nov. 21 and unanimously approved the new subdivision ordinance, which replaced the former ordinance and includes new regulations for subdividing land that includes lower lot sizes for major subdivisions. • The Polk County Board of

In Memoriam

Mary Sloan Hawkins Ward Gelylia Garrett Evelyn A. Bennett Rose Marie Glass Ben Summey Wayne Thompson Charles M. Lea Rebecca Sue Potter Neal Wayne H. Thompson Charles William Pearson Margo Myszewski Richards William ‘Bill’ Edney James and Ruth Casey Kerrison ‘Kip’ Merrick Wilbur Hoyle Epley Becky Flynn Bessie Jane Wilson Elaine Rector Conner Catherine Coxe Page Irene L. Logan Charles Harold Morrow Dulcie Gordon Pearson

Commissioners met Monday, Nov. 21 and approved going out to bid on the interconnect of Mill Spring water source to the Town of Columbus after obtaining an engineering estimate of $488,390. • This year’s Polk County Toy Run, Saturday, Nov. 26, raised $7,225 and included 425 motorcycles with 600 riders and collected 17 bags of toys. • The Columbus Police Department arrested two Greenville, S.C. residents on Saturday, Nov. 26 on charges of possession of LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide) and marijuana.


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Mackenzie Petty, 6, wave at Santa as he passed by in the Landrum Christmas parade Thursday evening, Dec. 1. The parade and stroll brought hundreds to downtown Landrum to share the sights and sounds of the holiday season. (photo by Samantha Hurst)

DECEMBER

• White Oak Development Partners, LLC were sued by a property owner while still facing a lawsuit filed by Polk County for failure to make payments for a water line. White Oak negotiates with possible development partners in hopes of settling debts and re-launching the development, according to Phillip Feagan, who represents White Oak. • Polk County reduced its fund balance last year by $370,609, but paid off about $2 million in debt with each department coming in under budget. • Saluda residents who attended a Polk County Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) committee meeting said they want the county’s mountain and ridgeline protection ordinance to be based on slope, not elevation. The UDO committee met and discussed possible revisions to its mountain and ridge line protection ordinance (MRPO). • The Polk County Board of Commissioners met Monday, Dec. 5 and heard an update from Ron Walters, executive director of PANGAEA. PANGEA currently has 81 customers at more than 120 locations, with plans to connect many more in the next 12 to 18 months. • A tractor-trailer ran into a Columbus police car and a passenger van early Dec. 5 along I-26. • Jack Frost took his first nip at the area Wednesday, Dec. 7 as

a storm brought rapidly dropping temperatures and high winds that caused power outages for about 1,250 Polk County residents. • Donations toward the Nina Simone Plaza in downtown Tryon slowed to the point that Frudakis Studio, Inc. is still owed $55,000. Frudakis Studio

2011 YEAR IN REVIEW

prepared the statue for the plaza dedication on Feb. 21, 2010. • Henry Huntsinger, a notable public figure in Polk County, died Friday, Dec. 9 at the age of 92. Huntsinger was a Polk County Commissioner for 12 years, beginning in 1982 when he served along with Earl Foy and Ted Owens on the last threemember board of commissioners. • Saluda residents witnessed the swearing in of new members of the city’s board of commissioners Dec. 12. • The South Carolina Department of Revenue said wording of the alcohol referendum passed by Landrum voters Nov. 8 should have matched wording of the state statute but it did not. Therefore, the department placed limitations on the on-premise sale of alcohol in the city on Sundays. • County magistrate Lionel Gilbert updated the Polk County

Downtown Columbus installed six new signs displaying the two-hour parking limit along both sides of Mills St. between Peak and Blanton streets on Friday, Dec. 16. (photo by Leah Justice)

Board of Commissioners on Monday, Dec. 5 about The Polk County Mental Health Task Force force and how it has helped communications. • Ashley Meadows at White Oak did not become a part of the Town of Columbus despite pleas from residents who said they need lower water bills. Columbus Town Council met Dec. 15 and denied a request to voluntarily annex the low-income housing development located just outside town off Hwy. 108. Councilman Richard Hall made a motion to annex the property, but the motion died for lack of a second. • Gov. Bev Perdue Thursday, Dec. 15 announced the appointment of Rep. David Guice as director of Community Corrections under a new North Carolina Department of Public Safety. Guice’s new position became effective Jan. 1, 2012 as he left his post as representative for District 113, which includes Polk County. • Columbus Town Council met Thursday, Dec. 15 and approved an amendment to the town’s temporary sign ordinance. Columbus residents can now display up to four signs for yard, garage or estate sales. • Tryon Town Council approved an ordinance on Dec. 20 to reduce the speed limit around Tryon Elementary School from 35 mph to 25 mph. The N.C. Department of Transportation still has to install signs.

In Memoriam

James Howard Burnett Vayda Jean French Robert Peterson Lesley Shank John Bear Streat Aloysius W. Corcoran Ralph Oswald Grubel Lula Cowart Blackwell Catherine Coxe Page Eric Alan Gass Henry Huntsinger Glenn P. Morgan Rachel Pittman Williams Lloyd F. McFalls Brank Proffitt Dorothy Ann McGill Robert Paul Crow Jessie Turney Rogers Betty Thompson Amy Murphy Greene Aileen Jackson Coinell Calvin Carson Richard A. Fink Richard Neff Horne Raymond Miller Dorothy Oakes McGill

• Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane of Tryon and Charleston, S.C., gifted Sunnydale, the venerable log cabin building on South Trade Street in Tryon, to the Tryon Little Theater (TLT). • After receiving two upset bids on a 0.47-acre parcel a local dentist offered to purchase for $8,000, the Town of Tryon approved selling the property by sealed bids.


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Davis completes zoning certification course Joey Davis, fire chief and Code Enforcement Officer for the Town of Tryon, has successfully completed the zoning certification course offered by the N.C. Association of Zoning Officials and the UNC School of Government. This course is designed for local zoning officials in the planning and zoning field who are involved in interpreting and enforcing local zoning ordinances. Participation in the course promotes continuing professional development and enhances the stature of the zoning official’s performance and professional image, according to the state association. Zoning officers may apply for the certification exam after on-the-job experience as a zoning official and must complete the Introduction to Zoning Course before they can sit for

the class. Certification involves 30 hours of instruction spread over two weeks of in-class training. At the end of the course, the student must pass an exam involving 30 questions, scenarios or multiple choice options. Davis passed the exam, which requires a passing score of at least 21 out of the 30 questions to receive certification as a North Carolina Certified Zoning Official. After the initial five years of certification, eight hours of credit must be earned every two years to maintain certification. “This is not an easy certification to obtain. Joey certainly put forth a great deal of time and effort. We are very proud of his accomplishment,” said Justin Hembree, Tryon’s town manager. – article submitted by Meg Rogers

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county’s bottom line. The report also states that the county withheld $6,900 in liquidated damages because the building was not completed on time. Contractors were fined $300 per day for every day past Nov. 14, the contract end date that a certificate of occupancy was not obtained. P o l k C o u n t y ’s o r i g i n a l construction contract was $1,590,755. The contract amount was reduced to $1,529,609 due to change orders, according to Cannon’s report. Total change orders reduced the contract amount by $9,474 and the project only used $4,073 out of the allowed $48,845 contingency. The new building, located off Wolverine Trail on county-owned property in Mill Spring is 11,971 square feet. The final reduced contract amount of $1,529,609 results in a final building cost per square feet of $127.78, according

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to Cannon’s report. The final cost per square foot is $5.10 per square foot less than the original contract building cost of $132.88 per square foot, which equates to a 3.83 percent reduction in the cost of the work, Cannon said. Polk County’s contractors were Able Constructors. Including construction costs and other expenses, such as grading and architectural work, the total project was originally estimated at $1,914,052. Polk approved financing up to $1.8 million to help pay for the building. The county will receive state and federal reimbursements for the building, with more than $95,000 expected back this fiscal year. State and federal reimbursements will be received over the building’s expected life of 45 years at a 61 percent reimbursement rate. Early estimates were that the county over the long run would have spent $750,000 for the building after 45 years of reimbursements.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Polk extension taking orders for small fruit plant sale The Polk County Extension Center will begin taking orders in its annual small fruit plant sale on Tuesday, Jan. 3. This sale is a fundraiser that supports programs of the local extension center. “Small fruits are a welcome addition to any sunny home garden,” Polk extension director John Vining said. “They are relatively easy to grow and offer top quality fresh fruit over a long period.” The most popular of all small fruits grown at home is blueberries, Vining said, with strawberries falling close behind. Rabbiteye blueberries are the best adapted type of blueberry for Polk County, Vining said. They are more tolerant of different soil types, plus they

are more drought and heat resistant. Ten plants should furnish enough fruit for a family of four. Climax, Premier, Tifblue, Powder Blue, Brightwell and Columbus are the varieties available for sale. Vining reminds gardeners that at least two different varieties are needed to ensure adequate pollination. Vining recommends setting your blueberries 6 feet apart when transplanting. The type of strawberries available are considered matted-row plants. These plants are not grown on plastic like lots of commercial berries today. Matted-row strawberries are planted 2 feet apart in rows 4 feet apart. Normally 100 plants are enough to supply the typical family with fruit.

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Available in 2012 are Earliglow and Galletta strawberries. Both are flavorful, perfect for the home garden, Vining said. Galletta is a new release from N.C. State University. The extension center will offer for the second year red raspberry plants for local gardeners. The two varieties chosen are Josephine and Nantahala, two cultivars selected for this area. Both are everbearing raspberries, meaning they will bear fruit at two different times (June and September) during the growing season. Nantahala is a brand new release from N.C. State University. These plants will come bareroot so prepare your planting area before the plants are delivered in March. For more information, con-

Tifblue blueberries are one of the varieties available for sale through the Polk County Extension Center.

tact the Polk County Extension Center at 828-894-8218 or drop by the center located at 4 Courthouse Square in Columbus. – article submitted by John Vining


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If these hills could talk.

PROGRESS Find out the story in our 2012 PROGRESS edition. Coming in February 2012. Tryon Daily Bulletin 16 N. Trade St. Tryon, N.C. • 828-859-9151 www.tryondailybulletin.com

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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Market Place

Deudne new event manager for Millard & Company Millard & Company recently welcomed a new team member. Event manager Michele Deudne comes to her role with nine years’ experience planning events from small intimate gettogethers to large multifaceted events that extended over a period of days. Deudne manages in-house events such as client “Dinner and a Movie” nights and educational sessions, as well as public events such as the upcoming panel discussion on “New Realities: The Global Economy” on Jan. 17 at 5:30 p.m. The second in Millard & Company’s New Realities series, this panel discussion will feature an economist and other business experts. The panel will discuss changes in the world economy, and what to expect

going forward. Deudne also serves as the coordinator for others who wish to make use of the depot room’s prime event and conference facility. In addition to a beautiful room perfectly suited to mid-sized group events, the depot boasts a state-of-the-art multimedia setup and is fully stocked with everything needed to host an elegant catered meal for up to 80. Individuals and groups interested in learning more about holding events in the depot room may contact Deudne for scheduling, pricing and rental guidelines. Her email address is Michele@low-stress-investing. com, and her phone number is 828-859-7001, ext. 2. – article submitted by Andy Millard

Michele Deudne has joined Millard & Company as event manager. The company is located in the renovated Tryon depot, which offers space for conferences, meetings and other events. (photo submitted by Andy Millard)

Brook Hannon joins Turner HD Media WTZQ now Turner HD Media announces the addition of Brook Hannon to their team of creative professionals as development and branding specialist. A native of Tryon, Hannon started to explore his love for multimedia entertainment by taking show production courses at Polk County High School. Upon graduating in 2005, he continued his education and received a degree in broadcast communication from Isothermal Community College. After several years of pursing his dream within the entertainment industry, Hannon is bringing firsthand experience to Turner HD Media, having produced music, videos and live shows and accompanied

national recording artists on tour dates. “I really want to apply my knowledge and experience in the entertainment field and help take Turner HD Media’s production to a new level,” Hannon said. Hannon will assist owners Eric and Lynn Turner with video and audio editing, videography, sound recording, marketing and much more. “Brook is an amazing talent and can do it all, including editing to producing, camera work, sound recording and much more. We’re thrilled to have him as part of our team,” Eric Turner said. Turner HD Media creates video, audio, web and graphics work from its office and studio in the

simulcasting WLOS evening news at 6 p.m.

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Mill Spring Ag Center. For more information, visit www.turnerhdmedia.com, call 828-395-1107 or email info@turnerhdmedia.com. – article submitted by Lynn Turner

WTZQ AM-1600 radio recently announced a change in its programming lineup. It will now broadcast in simulcast the WLOS/News 13 evening news program. The 6 p.m. WLOS news gives the latest update of local and regional news as well as the addition of sports and special interest stories. – article submitted by George Henry


Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Obituaries

Shirley Walker

Shirley Jean Walker, 76, daughter of the late Robert L. and Janet Collins Walker of Inman, S.C. passed away Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011 at Willow Ridge Nursing Home in Rutherfordton, N.C. Shirley was born on Nov. 20, 1935 in Greenville, S.C. but spent most of her younger years in Lumpkin, Ga. She graduated from Stewart County High School in Lumpkin. She attended college at Andrews College in Cuthbert, Ga., Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, N.C. and art school in Charlotte, N.C. She was a talented artist and was entered in many art shows. Shirley was employed at Janet’s Cloth Shop in Inman for a number of years and was a former member of Holly Springs Baptist Church. She is survived by an uncle, William A. Walker, and an aunt, Jackie Walker of Columbus and numerous cousins. A private burial was held at the Holly Springs Baptist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Holly Springs Baptist Church, 251 Hannon Road, Inman, S.C. 29349 Seawright Funeral Home & Crematory. www.seawrightfuneralhome.com.

Green Creek Winery introduces wine ice cream

Green Creek Winery has added a new product: wine ice cream. Made with 5 percent alcohol, wine ice cream will be sold only to consumers 21 years or older. Alvin Pack, owner of the winery, says Green Creek Winery is the only place in North Carolina where this ice cream is available. – article submitted by Alvin Pack

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Cardinals narrowly lose to Byrnes in Battle at the Border by Joey Millwood

Landrum roared back in the second half of the Battle at the Border championship, but it wasn’t quite enough to win. The showdown with 4A Byrnes started off a little slow for the Cardinals as they fell behind by 10 early on. After a long struggle, Landrum found its stride, and with 5.2 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Cole McDowell darted down the court, ditched his defender and hit a layup to tie the game at 59-59. After a time out, Byrnes guard Shy Williams took the ball, streaked up the court and as the buzzer sound, the senior released a running jump shot in the paint that sunk the Cardinals’ hopes of winning their first tournament championship since the very first one 12 years ago. Byrnes won a dramatic 61-59 victory. “He hit a tough shot,” Landrum coach Lyn Smith said. “I felt like we defended it well.” For Williams, it all went by so fast that all he could remember was the emotion after. “I was joyful, happy that we won,” Williams said. Williams finished the game with a team-high ten points. The last-second shot was needed because Landrum had just com-

pleted a comeback from ten points down at the half. The Rebels maintained a 10-point lead throughout the game before the Cardinals began chipping away at it. The rebels were balanced on offense across the board. Williams was the only Rebel in double-digits. Malik Brewton, Keith Anderson and Syverio Jones all had nine points. With just under a minute to play, Mark Wilson hit a three-pointer to pull the Cardinals within two points at 59-57. The Rebels missed two free throws on the other end. That set up McDowell’s layup with 5.2 seconds left on the clock. It was a strong run by the Cardinals, but Byrnes coach Fowler saw something different in his team on Friday night. The Rebels haven’t had a lot of leads this season, but they protected this one. “They gave us a good punch in the second half,” Fowler said. “We withstood it.” For Smith, it was just a matter of his team stepping up and going toe-to-toe with Byrnes. “They were bigger,” Smith said. “They were more physical. We never folded. We didn’t run from anybody.” The Cardinals were led by McDowell and Daniel Bridges. Both had 14 points.

Cole McDowell dribbles into the Byrnes defense on Friday night, Dec. 30. (photo by Joey Millwood)

Landrum girls make comeback in second round of Battle by Joey Millwood

On Wednesday, Dec. 28, Landrum coach Deon Brice talked about his team’s inability to put four quarters together. On Thursday, the Lady Cardinals answered the call, beating Spartanburg Christian Academy 44-27. Landrum dominated SCA from start to finish on Wednesday afternoon in the second

round of the Battle at the Border tournament. The Lady Cardinals got it done with a balanced offense. Landrum was led by Lauren Pitts, who hit three 3-pointers for 9 points. Landrum got off to a slow start, but took off in the second quarter. Macy Atkins hit two straight shots and Skylar Henderson followed with two straight baskets to jump out on

an 8-0 run at the start of the second quarter. The Lady Cardinals were up 10 at the half 25-15. Henderson and Atkins finished the game with 8 points each. Landrum got it started on the defensive side of the ball. The perimeter defenders stepped up and put pressure on the SCA guards. Taylor Jenkins stepped up on defense in the paint.

“I think our defense helped get our offense going,” Brice said. “That loosened us up enough to get us in our half court set.” Brice said he is hoping his team can build momentum on this win for the rest of the tournament and the upcoming region schedule. “It just came together today,” he said. Landrum will play Chapman at 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 6.


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Polk faces disappointing loss to Chesnee in Battle by Joey Millwood

After Polk County coach Craig Culbreth emerged from the locker rooms on Friday, Dec. 30, the coach could only shake his head. The Lady Wolverines had just lost to Chesnee 61-57 in the final round of the Battle at the Border tournament in Landrum. It wasn’t your usual loss. Polk came out in the first half and dominated the Lady Eagles. In fact, the Lady Wolverines were up by 24 points at the half. That 37-13 lead, however, evaporated as Chesnee came out on fire behind the threepoint arc. Jasia Martin hit six 3-pointers in the second half for Chesnee to lead the Lady Eagles back. “You think you got the game

won,” Culbreth said. “Instead of folding up, they got hot as a firecracker.” Polk County’s offense slowed down in the second half, which allowed the Lady Eagles to avoid the trap from the Lady Wolverines that had been so effective in the first half. Savannah Deaver led the way for Polk County with 13 points. Jamie Hrobak added 12. Both had a strong tournament for the Lady Wolverines. The ending for the Lady Wolverines was disappointing, but there was a lesson to be learned from the loss, Culbreth said. “That [was just one of those games] that I just don’t know what to say,” he said. “It just shows you how you should never quit.”

Polk’s Lyric Flood brings the ball up the court against Chesnee in the final round of the Battle at the Border tournament. (photo by Joey Millwood)


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Also features work by local musician Mark Schweizer Although the musicians will be local, Foothills Music Club’s biennial concert will have an international flavor, featuring music by French, German, Spanish, French-Canadian and American composers. The concert, to be presented at the Polk campus of Isothermal Community College at 3 p.m. on Jan. 12, will begin with an American composition. A women’s chorus composed of club members, led by Rita Stobbe, will perform an original arrangement by Tryon composer Mark Schweizer of “Simple Gifts,” originally written by Shaker elder Joseph Brackett Jr. in 1848. Schweizer, who has a doctorate in vocal music, directed the

Carolina Community Chorus in its recent holiday concert, which featured a number of Schweizer’s arrangements of Christmas music. The title of his collection of arrangements including “Simple Gifts” reflects his sense of humor: “The Sunday Morning Absolutely One Rehearsal Anthem Book for About 10 Panicked Singers.” It provides a church choral director with enough anthems for a whole year. Going overseas to France for the next song will be Ann Morgan and Carole Bartol, playing the piano with four hands in a performance of Gabriel Faure’s “Berceuse” from his Dolly Suite. One of the foremost French composers of his generation (1845-1924), Faure’s harmonic and melodic innovations affected the teaching of harmony for later (Continued on page 21)

Schweizer: Singer, composer/arranger, publisher and author While Schweizer is first and foremost a musician and has sung in operas across America, he is also a publisher. His first book, written in 1986, was a collection of instrumental arrangements of 100 hymns in the public domain for the organ and church orchestra. Each hymn included all the parts, as well as descants for trumpets and flute. While he used new software available to print the musical transcriptions, he still had to enter every note by hand. He had a friend who owned a print shop, who tackled the tricky job of producing this large book. Then Schweizer acquired a list of 25,000 Episcopal, Presbyterian, Lutheran and Methodist churches and sent out a brochure. In the years since that marketing push more than 10,000 copies of the book have been sold – and St. James Music Press was born. Many Polk County fiction readers know that Schweizer is also a novelist. In 2002, he published his first murder mystery, “The Alto Wore Tweed.” Its success encouraged him to write a second, then a third and soon he had 11 titles. After all, he had a marketing machine going in his music business. He does admit, however, “When I recently had to read ‘The Alto Wore Tweed’ for an audio book I wasn’t as happy with it as I was early on. I’m pretty critical of my own stuff and I think I’ve gotten a lot better over the years. And I’ve gotten better editors.”


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Tryon area Plein Air Society to hold two paint-outs per month The Tryon Plein Air Society (TAPAS) will hold two paintouts per month in 2012, on both the first and third Saturdays of each month. All area painters are encouraged to attend either or both sessions. January’s Paint-Out events will be held on Saturday, Jan. 7 and Saturday, Jan. 21 in Tryon at 1 p.m. In fair weather, the group will meet on Melrose Avenue at

the Green Corner Park (with the gazebo) and from there choose area scenes for painting. If the weather is not good, TAPAS painters will meet at the Congregational Church on Melrose Ave. for indoor painting. “En plein air” is a French expression that means “in the open air” and is used to describe outdoor painting, which has been in vogue since the time of

the Impressionists. If you are a painter (beginner, advanced, or professional) who would like to paint outdoors, the Tryon Area Plein Air Society is continuing the tradition and welcomes new members. In addition to participating in and promoting plein air painting, TAPAS is intended to connect members with one another as painting companions and to pro-

vide opportunities to paint local landscapes outdoors. The group also promotes community awareness of plein-air painting through exhibits and the organization of paint-outs. For more information or directions, email nctapas@gmail. com or contact Carl Cartee at 864 457-5122 or Cynthia Davis at 828 859-6891. – article submitted

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a German composer, will be sung by a quartet made up of Pam McNeil, Karen Molnar, Carole Bartol and Jeanette Shackelford. The international theme will continue with Spanish guitarist Francisco Calleja’s composition “Cancion Triste” (“Sad Song”) and French-Canadian composer Marc Belanger’s “Jardin Secret” for classical guitar, both played by guitarist Amy Brucksch. Four sketches from “Cool” in

“West Side Story” by Leonard Bernstein and Gordon Jacobs brings the focus to America’s famous musical about two gangs in New York City, as interpreted by Karen Molnar on the bassoon and Carole Bartol on the piano. Cole Porter’s classic “In the Still of the Night,” introduced to American audiences by Nelson Eddy in the 1937 film “Rosalie,” will be sung by Jeri Board, accompanied by Warren Board on

the piano and percussionists Pam McNeil and Carole Bartole. The international flavor then will return with “The Swan,” from the “Carnival of the Animals” by Camille Saint-Saens, a French composer, followed by “Bourree,” by W.H. Squire. Both will be played by Kathleen Foster, cello, accompanied by Mimi Child Traxler, piano. – article submitted by Les Stobbe

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generations. A Foothills Music Club scholarship winner, Troy Brooks, will play his saxophone in another French composer’s music, “Improvisation et Caprice” by Eugene Bozza (1905-1991). Next the most famous piece for spoken chorus, the “Geographic Fugue” by Ernest Toch,


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Sciacca speaks to Kiwanis Club Kiwanis Club member Janet Sciacca (right), shown here beside Sue Wilson of the Kiwanis Club, recently spoke to the club about the Carolina Foothills Chamber of Commerce. Sciacca is the executive director of the chamber, which helps visitors and residents with local maps, accommodations, phone books and other resources for local information. According to Sciacca, the first chamber in the community was started in 1927, and since that time it has actively promoted local businesses, especially with the “Think Global, Buy Local” campaign in recent years. The chamber also facilitates business leadership training and opportunities by way of seminars in collaboration with Isothermal Community College. Sciacca said joining the chamber helps businesses enhance their chance of success with networking events, a membership directory and promotions such as website listings and ribbon cutting ceremonies. The Chamber Foundation gives grants to area organizations every April. Once a year awards are given to those providing leadership and volunteer service to the goals of the chamber. (photo submitted by Lynn Montgomery)

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