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Friday, April 12, 2013

Scrubbing away winter in Saluda 2007 BMW X3 3.0si Wow, this is a keeper. By the way, whoever buys this one is going to have to pry my wife out of it. She has absolutely fallen in love with it. 2007 BMW X3 sports activity vehicle. Karmesin (bright) red with black leather and brand new coco mats. 3.0 liter si engine produces a snappy 260 horsepower, and coupled to the steptronic automatic makes for a fun ride. Premium package, Valvona wood accents, pano sunroof, business cd sound package with Sirus XM satellite radio. Just serviced including a nice set of firestone all season radials on sport alloys. This is a rare and very desirable color combination that you will not frequently see. Priced well below nada retail at $17,995

“...You have always been here. The world is all forgetting, and the heart is a rage of directions, but your name unifies the heart, and the world is lifted into its place. Blessed is the one who waits in the traveler’s heart for his turning.” ~ Leonard Cohen, Poem #50, from “The Book of Mercy.”

easy way for us to help our school! There will be a free workshop on “The Saluda Style of Architecture” on April 12, 10:30 a.m. at Saluda Library. The Saluda Historic Committee is offering this workshop in preparation for the Saluda Tour of Historic Homes and Gardens along Henderson Street on June Do you ever have those days 1. Also, The Historic Saluda Committee (HSC) that no matter will meet on how fast you April 12 at 2 go, the slower Saluda p.m. at the Sayou get? A pretNews & luda Library ty April mornNotations in the upstairs ing seemed a meeting room perfect time to by Bonnie Bardos along with the hose down the Oral History front porch, mop the back deck, and scrub Committee. Small Town Main Street will off dirt, mildew, moss and pollen have a meeting April 16, 9 a.m. at from boards. Over winter, things get grungy the Saluda Library. Saluda Community Land outside this old house and beg for a spring cleaning. Well, the more Trust’s (SCLT) next meeting is I scrubbed and mopped, the more at the pavilion at McCreery Park I’d see to do: getting side-tracked April 17 at 5. Lots of projects are with moving porch ferns out of going on: the kudzu fight will the basement, scraping flaking start soon, as will Sunday hikes in porch steps, hauling the water the woods. The Saluda Dog Park is looking good. SCLT’s phone hose around. Moss may not grow on a roll- number is 828-749-1560; their ing stone, but it sure can grow website is saludaclt.org Saluda Single Women will around mountain houses! Every time I put the mop and hose down, enjoy a potluck dinner at Saluda I’d spy another area to scrub. Center on April 18 at 6 p.m. Please Finally, I called a truce, hung up bring a dish to share. Art Notes: Stoney Lamar the dripping mop, and declared to River dog I was done in. There’s is featured in a retrospective more to be done, but I’ll try not of his internationally respected wood-turning sculpture work: “A to look! Saluda School notes: Box-top Sense of Balance: The Sculpture collection containers are located of Stoney Lamar” at Asheville in the Saluda Public Library, Sa- Art Museum; opening reception luda Post Office, and Saluda Elementary School Office. This is an (Continued on page 27)

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