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From bagpipes to bongos Community Chorus concert Dec. 11 by Barbara Tilly

The sounds of the nationally recognized City of Greenville Pipes and Drums will fill the Polk County High School auditorium during the Community Chorus Christmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. Wearing colorful Scottish costumes, the group will present “Highland Cathedral” and “Scotland the Brave.” In another Celtic seasonal selection, Landrum resident Kevin Brode and his Great Highlands bagpipe will be a featured soloist. The Scottish carol “Welcome the Star” combines the full chorus, piano and

bagpipe. Brode has more than a decade of pipe training and has entertained on numerous occasions locally. The chorus will also present a Calypso carol with help from Cindy Gilbert on percussion, a German rendering of “Stille Nacht” and the familiar Ukrainian “Carol of the Bells.” “‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime,” based on a Huron carol and arranged by chorus director Mark Schweizer, will feature Bob Child on Native American flutes. Child has appeared on many stages in the community with his teachings on the making and playing of Native American wooden flutes. (Continued on page 4)

Right: Kevin Brode of Landrum will be featured on the bagpipes in the Community Chorus Christmas concert Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. in the Polk County High School auditorium. (photo submitted by Lee Lindsay)

Some Tryon residents may hear gunshots on Saturday, Dec. 10 as the Tryon Police Department will be using the shooting

range for practice that day. The range is located at the town’s sewer plant off E. Howard Street near Ziglar Field.

Wednesday storm knocks out power for 1,250 in Polk County Despite recent rains, area still in moderate drought by Leah Justice

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. Polk County topped Duke Energy’s outage list in both North and South

Serving Polk County and Upper Spartanburg and Greenville Counties

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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

Saluda Center Friday events: chair exercise, 9:30 a.m.; Trash Train, 10 a.m. The Meeting Place Senior Center Friday activities include movie matinee at 10 a.m. and bingo at 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. Seniors on Sobriety (SOS) AA Meeting, Fridays at noon, Polk County Chamber of Commerce Building, 2753 Lynn Rd. (Hwy. 108), Tryon. 828-8940293. Tryon Toy Makers Museum, open Friday 2 - 6 p.m., 43 E. Howard St., Tryon. 828-2906600. White Oak Retirement Community will host a concert by Shohei Toyoda Friday, Dec. 9 at 3 p.m. The group, which recently toured the United States and Japan, is the 2011 winner of the International Thumbpicking Contest in Kentucky. Visitors are welcome. American Legion Post 250, weekly bingo games, Fridays, 7 p.m., 43 Depot St., Tryon. Doors

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open 5:30 p.m. Smoke-free. Saluda Hometown Christmas, Friday, Dec. 9, 6-8 p.m., downtown Saluda. Tryon Fine Arts Center will hold its third annual Christmas fundraiser. This year’s event, which starts a new “Holidays Around the World” tradition, celebrates Italian style. Hors d’oeuvres from Giardini Trattoria, Italian music, a silent auction and more. Information/reservations: 828-859-8322. Saluda Christmas tree lighting, Friday, Dec. 9, 7 p.m., Main Street, Saluda. Narcotics Anon., Saluda Senior Center, Friday, 8 p.m.

Saturday

Ag center will host an indoor Christmas farmer’s market Saturday, Dec. 10, 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Local seasonal produce, crafts, food and holiday gifts. The Polk Fresh Trade Post at the ag center will also be open from 9 a.m. –1 p.m. Grassroots Art Project holds art classes to benefit Lennie’s Fund and the Humane Society, Saturdays from 9:30 – noon. There is no fee for the class and all materials will be provided. Classes are held at the Holy Cross Episcopal Church, 150 Melrose Ave. in Tryon. Call 828899-0673 for more information. House of Flags Museum, open Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 33 Gibson Street, Columbus. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Tryon Toy Makers Museum, open Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 43 E. Howard St., Tryon. 828-290-6600. Saluda Christmas parade, Saturday, Dec. 10, 2-4:30 p.m., downtown Saluda.

Sunday

Community Chorus Christmas concert, Sunday, Dec. 11, 3 p.m., Polk County High School auditorium. Proceeds support the Rotary Club of Tryon scholarship fund.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Local Weather Forecast:

Today

Tomorrow

Moon Phase

Today: Par tly cloudy, with 20 percent chance of rain. High 55, low 34. Saturday: Partly cloudy, Partly cloudy Partly cloudy with 10 percent chance of rain. High 52, low 29. Sunday: Sunny, with no chance of rain. High 47, low 29. Monday: Partly cloudy, with 20 percent chance of rain. High 51, low 32. Wednesday’s weather was: High 59, low 32, 0.41 inches of rain.

Obituaries Catherine Coxe Page, p. 21

Monday

Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Mondays, Harmon Field/Tryon, 7 a.m. - noon. The Meeting Place Senior Center Monday activities include line dancing, 10 a.m., senior fitness, 11 a.m., bingo or bead class, 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. Christian Fellowship Luncheon, TJ’s Cafe, Tryon, Mondays except holidays, noon - 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. Saluda Center Monday activities include line dancing at 12:30 p.m. For more information visit Saluda.com. Polk County Middle School bands will perform a Christmas concert Dec. 12 at 7:15 p.m. at the middle school auditorium. Refreshments will be served after the concert. Male Domestic Abuse Intervention Program, Mondays, 6 - 7:30 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340. Landrum Library, free yoga classes. 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Limited to first 30 people. Thermal Belt Stamp Club

meets first and third Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Tryon Federal Bank in Columbus. Alcoholics Anonymous, Mondays, 8 p.m., Columbus Presbyterian Church.

Tuesday

Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Tuesdays, Ozone Drive and Hwy. 176, Saluda. 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. 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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Judge appoints Hyder Polk County Clerk of Superior Court by Leah Justice

Polk County Chief Superior Court Judge Mark Powell officially appointed Pam Hyder as Polk County Clerk of Superior Court. Hyder will take over the position on Jan. 1, 2012 after current clerk of court Charlene Owens retires effective Dec. 31. The Polk County Democratic Executive Committee made the recommendation for Hyder to take over the clerk of court position in November. Judge Powell considered the nomination and agreed, making it official last Friday, Dec. 2. Hyder will serve as clerk of court until next year’s election, when she will have to be re-elected to retain the title. Owens’ term is not up until 2014, so whoever is elected in November 2012 will have

the population to run again in of their counties. 2014 to retain a The clerk is four-year seat. responsible for O w e n s all clerical and worked in the record-keeping clerk’s office functions of the for almost 35 superior and disyears, begintrict court. The ning in 1977 as clerk also has a deputy clerk numerous judiunder then clerk cial functions, of court Judy including servArledge. Owens Pam Hyder ing as probate was elected to judge for wills clerk of court after Arledge retired in 1998. and the administration of esOwens has since been elected tates and decedents, minors and incompetents. The clerk to three four-year terms. The following is a list of also hears a variety of special clerk of court duties according proceedings such as adoptions, incompetency determinations to the N.C. Court System: The voters of each county and partitions of land and is elect the clerk of superior court empowered to issue arrest and for four-year terms. Clerks are search warrants and to exercise paid by the state with their the same powers as a magistrate salaries scaled depending on with respect to taking pleas of

guilty to minor littering, traffic, wildlife, boating, marine fisheries, alcoholic beverage, state park recreation and worthless check offenses. Each clerk has a number of assistants and deputies. The number of assistants and deputies that each clerk may employ varies from county to county depending on the volume of business. Assistant and deputy clerks are paid on a salary schedule fixed by the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts that is based on education and years of service in the clerk’s office; the maximum and minimum salaries within that scale are fixed by the General Assembly. Filing for the clerk of court and other county elected positions, including three open commissioner seats begins on Feb. 13, 2012.


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Polk County has been chosen to receive $2,800 in federal funds to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county. The selection was made by a national board chaired by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and consists of representatives from American Red Cross; Catholic Charities, USA; National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA; The Salvation Army; United Jewish Communities and United Way of America. A local board of community members was charged to distribute the funds appropriated by Congress to help expand the capacity of food and shelter programs in high-need areas around the country. This board will determine how the funds awarded to Polk County will be distributed among the programs run by local service organizations in the area. The local board is responsible for recommending agencies to receive these funds and any additional funds available through this program. Under the terms of the grant

from the National Board, local agencies chosen to receive funds must: 1) be private, voluntary nonprofits or units of government; 2) have an accounting system; 3) practice nondiscrimination; 4) have demonstrated the capability to deliver emergency food and/or shelter programs; and 5) if they are a private voluntary organization, they must have a voluntary board. Qualifying organizations are urged to apply. Emergency food and shelter funds for Polk County are administered by Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry. These funds are available to all agencies for assistance with housing, utilities, food, emergency shelter and other crisis emergency needs. Public or private voluntary agencies interested in applying for emergency food and shelter program funds must contact Carol Newton, executive director, Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry at 134 White Drive, Columbus, N.C. 28722, or by telephone at 828-894-2988. The deadline for application is Friday, Dec. 16. – article submitted by Wendy Thomas

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The audience will also get to participate by singing along on familiar carols. The chorus consists of about 100 volunteer singers from all walks of life, all musical levels of experience and all ages. Longtime accompanist Pam McNeil plays piano for the group, and numerous other musicians will join in on individual selections in the concert. Proceeds from the concert benefit Rotary scholarships. Tickets are available from Rotary members or at the door.

Mark Schweizer will conduct the Community Chorus in a concert Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. at the Polk County HIgh School auditorium. (photo submitted)


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Local weather extremes Month Record High Record Low

Greatest monthly Precipitation

January 80° -8° February 81° 4° March 87° 11° April 93° 26° May 98° 30° June 105° 41° July 104° 49° August 101° 48° September 103° 35° October 96° 25° November 85° 14° December 80° 0°

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Carolina for the most power outages throughout the night. The peak of Polk’s outages was at 12:15 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 8, when 1,251 residences were without power, according to Duke Energy data. By 2 a.m., Polk County had 1,049 still without power.

10.31” 11.29” 15.43” 11.95” 13.98” 13.21” 9.60” 14.24” 16.45” 13.50” 7.94” 11.72”

Duke Energy crews worked through the night to restore power in Polk, and no outages were reported in North or South Carolina as of 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 8. The temperatures dropped quickly as a cold front came through the area late afternoon on Wednesday, Dec. 7. (Continued on page 8)

Weather to remember

July 16, 1916 - The Great WNC Flood changed the shape of the land in many of the river bottoms and valleys in Polk County and the surrounding western mountain counties. March 1960 - It snowed the first, second and third Wednesdays in the month. June 22, 1964 - Polk County’s record high of 105 degrees occurred. 0tfn3tue - page 7

Jan. 21, 1985 - Polk County’s record low of -8 degrees occurred.


March 13, 1993 - WNC Blizzard occurred in the region. Polk County landowners lost hundreds of trees and most of the county’s homes and business were without power for four or more days. Expires 12/31/11

Aug. 27, 1995 - Record daily rainfall for Polk County, 7.15 inches.
Dec. 4, 1971 - Record snowfall for Polk County, 18 inches. Feb. 2, 1996 - The City of Saluda had a devastating ice storm. Saluda homeowners lost dozens of trees and residents went nearly a week without power. Duke Power Company had 650,000 power outages (second largest in company’s history). – source: The late Robert Dedmondt, former official weather observer; compiled by John Vining, Polk County Cooperative Extension Director

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Map showing the drought levels of North Carolina counties, as reported by the U.S. Drought Monitor. The darker shade is moderate drought, the lighter shade is abnormally dry and the unshaded areas are currently experiencing no drought condidtions. The southeastern section of Polk County is in the moderate drought category, with the rest either abnormally dry or not experiencing drought.

and 0.41 inches on Wednesday, Dec. 7. (continued from page 1) Despite recent heavy rains, Temperatures dropped from 50 Polk County is still listed as degrees at 5 p.m. to 39 degrees one of seven counties in North at 10 p.m. and as low as 28 de- Carolina classified by the U.S. grees at 6 a.m. The county was Drought Monitor as having modalso under a lake wind advisory, erate drought conditions. with winds reaching 15 mph, acThe southeastern portion of cording to information on www. Polk is experiencing moderate accuweather.com. drought, according to the U.S. By sunrise, temperatures be- Drought Monitor, while the gan to rise, with the temperature central portion is abnormally back up to 32 degrees by 8 a.m. dry and the northwestern corner and 47 degrees by 11 a.m. The is not currently experiencing high for Thursday, Dec. 8 was drought conditions. estimated to be 61 degrees. Polk joins Bladen, BrunsThis week has also seen wick, Columbus, Cumberland, unusually high rains that be- Harnett and Sampson in havgan Monday, Dec. 5. So far in ing areas of moderate drought, December, Tryon has received which is the highest level of 2.94 inches, which has come drought identified in the state in only four days of rain. Rain as of yesterday, Dec. 8. North totals for November were 6.05 Carolina has 22 other counties inches and only 2.71 in October, categorized as “abnormally according to the Tryon Water dry,” while the rest of the state’s Plant Observation Center. The counties are listed in normal areprecipitation reading this for ad confirms closely-read average the area our claim to be aaccording newspaper – and illustrates theconditions, old motto multum in parvoto the in December is little. 5.21 inches. Drought Monitor of North – much in The next time U.S. you have something to sell, Onremember Dec. 1, the received thearea quickest, surestCarolina. and most welcome way to reach buyers through their favorite newspaper. 0.02 inches of rain,iswhile most Temperatures are expected to of the almost 3 inches for the continue to be cooler this week The Tryon Daily Bulletin month came this week on Dec. and next, with lows in the high www.tryondailybulletin.com 5, 6 and 7. Tryon received 0.61 20s and highs in the low 50s. inches of rain on Monday, Dec. More rain is expected to reach 5, 1.9 inches on Tuesday, Dec. 6 the area by mid-week.

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Sheriff seeks answers in potential animal cruelty case by Samantha Hurst

Polk County Sheriff Donald Hill said his department has not stopped investigating a case in which a Columbus family believes their dog was shot in the mouth with an arrow. “If I can prove this was intentionally done I have no problem going after somebody and putting somebody in jail,” Hill said. The sheriff said many questions have been raised in the case of the Lupo family’s dog, Baron, with few answers. According to a follow up report, the arrow was lodged in the soft tissue of the dog’s cheek, not in its throat. The dog also suffered hypothermia, which the state veterinary office said could have also been caused by eating spoiled meat. In canines, eating spoiled meat can cause botulism and in turn hypothermia, Hill said his office was told. The sheriff’s office planned to seek a second vet’s opinion Thursday, Dec. 8. Sheriff’s officers also have questions about the arrow, which was a blunt tip arrow, not the typical broad tip arrow hunters use, and was made out of fiberglass. “The victims I feel so sorry for, I really do. But we don’t have a definite answer as to how this happened,” Hill said. “We just still don’t know.” Sheriff Hill has placed a detective on the incident because, if determined to be intentional, this would be a felony case. So far officers looking into the incident have interviewed neighbors and searched open fields for any further evidence that might lead to a better understanding of how this dog died. The dog was cremated before the sheriff’s office could get any further into the investigation. “We haven’t stopped [inves-

tigating],” Hill said. Hill said animal control officer Michael Herman has been on vacation, but he has put Lt. Michael Capps on the case. Hill said follow-up on such cases must often go to a separate investigating officer because Herman serves as a civilian, not a sworn officer. This also happens because serving a county of 20,000 people as just one animal control officer can become overwhelming, Hill said. BLET or Basic Law Enforcement Training meanwhile does not cover animal cruelty law. So the officers with more enforcement power than Herman do not have the knowledge Herman possesses, Hill said. The sheriff said he also worries about exposing his deputies to potentially rabid animals when they have not been vaccinated. It costs around $1,000 for a single individual to be vaccinated for rabies, he said. Hill said he has approached the county commission several times about hiring an additional officer to assist with animal control. During this past budgeting process, Hill proposed hiring a part-time person, but the request was denied. There were two full-time sworn officers working animal control five years ago, Hill said. But the past sheriff eliminated those positions, leaving Hill with just one control officer. Hill said regardless of manpower, they are doing whatever they can to find out what happened to the Lupo’s dog. Hill even plans to offer a reward to entice someone to come forward with more information. He said the department is also looking into a separate case in which a family that lives near the county line says their dog was shot with a bullet 100 yards from their front door.


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Polk superior court results In a Polk County Superior Court Administration session held Wednesday, Nov. 30, with Judge Mark E. Powell presiding, 174 cases were heard. Some cases were continued or dismissed. The following persons were convicted of a crime (names are given as they appear in court records): Katrina Sue Batey was convicted of possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule III controlled substance, selling/delivering a schedule III controlled substance, trafficking opium or heroin, maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/ place for a controlled substance, selling/delivering marijuana and trafficking opium or heroin. Batey was sentenced to two years supervised probation, $775 in restitution to the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) special fund, $1,800 for SBI lab fees and court costs. Anthony Dion Constance was convicted of a felony probation violation. Constance’s probation was revoked. Randolph Galarza was convicted of a felony probation violation out of county. Galarza’s probation was terminated. Darell Donell Gary was convicted of a felony probation violation. Gary’s probation was revoked. Michael Kareen Hannon was convicted of 17 counts of insurance fraud, two counts of attempting to obtain property under false pretenses, continuing criminal enterprise, 16 counts of obtaining property under false pretenses and felony conspirary. Hannon was sentenced to 10 terms of three years supervised probation, 60 days in jail and court costs. Ashley Lynne Leija, aka Ashley Lynn Hannon, was convicted of five counts of insurance fraud, felony conspiracy and five counts of obtaining property under false pretenses. Leija was sentenced to three terms of three years supervised probation. George Keith Littlejohn was convicted of possession of a firearm by a felon and obtaining property under false pretenses. Littlejohn was sentenced to 13 to 16 months at the N.C. Department

Court Results of Corrections for possession of a firearm by a felon and eight to 10 months at the N.C. Department of Corrections for obtaining property under false pretenses.

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In Polk County District Court sentenced to 12 months unsuheld Wednesday, Nov. 30, with pervised probation, 24 hours of Judge David K. Fox presiding, community service and court 144 cases were heard. Some costs. cases were continued, dismissed Jorie Lloyd Jeffries was conor sent to superior court. victed of failure to comply with The following persons were monies. Jeffries’ sentence of 30 convicted of a crime (names are days in jail with credit for time given as they appear in court served was activated. records): Michael Justin Jones was Andres Banue Banuelos was convicted of speeding 74 mph in convicted of driving while li- a 65 mph zone. Jones was fined cense revoked and failure to $40 and court costs. appear on misdemeanor. BanuTamatha Ann Parker was elos was sentenced to 12 months convicted of misdemeanor first unsupervised probation, 24 hours degree trespassing. Parker was of community sentenced to 24 service and months unsuCourt Results court costs. pervised probaPhillip Terry tion, 24 hours Bowles was convicted of level 5 of community service and court driving while impaired. Bowles costs. Trista Nicole Pruitt was conwas sentenced to 24 months unsupervised probation, 24 hours of victed of speeding 92 mph in a community service, a $200 fine 65 mph zone. Pruitt was sentenced to 12 months unsuperand court costs. Madison Hayes Dossey was vised probation, a $92 fine and convicted of speeding 96 mph court costs. Raymon Byron Richardson in a 65 mph zone. Dossey was sentenced to one year unsuper- was convicted of speeding 74 vised probation, a $96 fine and mph in a 65 mph one. Richardson was fined $30 and court costs. court costs. Pauline Russell was convicted Reanna Noel Edwards was convicted of depositing litter of driving a vehicle with no onto a N.C. waterway and pos- operator’s license. Russell was session/consumption of beer/ sentenced to 12 months unsuperwine on unauthorized premise. vised probation, a $50 fine and Edwards was sentenced to 12 court costs. Jeffrey Adrian Simpson was months unsupervised probation, convicted of driving while lia $100 fine and court costs. Matthew Thomas Furse was cense revoked. Simpson was convicted of speeding 91 mph sentenced to 12 months unsuperin a 65 mph zone. Furse was vised probation, a $100 fine and sentenced to 12 months unsuper- court costs. Kevin Jay Waldrop was convised probation, a $91 fine and victed of level 5 driving while court costs. Penny Elizabeth Hicks was impaired. Waldrop was senconvicted of level 5 driving tenced to 24 months unsuperwhile impaired. Hicks was sen- vised probation, 24 hours of tenced to 24 months unsuper- community service, a $200 fine vised probation, 24 hours of and court costs. Cindy Yaneth Chavez was community service, a $200 fine convicted of driving a vehiand court costs. Rhonda Leigh Hoyle was cle with impaired equipment. convicted of misdemeanor first Chavez was fined $40 and court degree trespassing. Hoyle was costs.


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Ansley McCall (left) and Benji McCall, who came in first in the championship flight, with Craig Culbreth and Gary Laughter, who came in second. (photo submitted by Marc Brady)

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Tryon Country Club hosted First flight First – Ben McEntire/Kyle the seventh annual Christmas Par 3 Scramble to benefit the Baron (56) Second – Carl Harris/David Polk County High School boys basketball team on Saturday, Ayres  (59) Dec. 3. Championship flight The event players First – Ansley McCall/Benji Telldrew us!32news@tryondailybulletin.com to participate in this unique McCall (48) won the three hole format, which is the brainchild playoff of Polk Schools fundraiser Jim Second – Craig Culbreth/ Hemphill. In this event, all Gary Laughter (48) 18 holes play as par 3s from Polk County High School lengths of 86 to 162. Par was coaches Josh McEntire and Brian Taylor served the hot 27-27=54. Share it with us! news@tryondailybulletin. dog lunch. Franklin McKaig Results were as follows:  of the Tryon Youth Center and com Senior – 9 hole flight Matt Clement of Maui Jim’s First – Jim Hemphill/FrankSunglasses provided the par lin McKaig (25) 3 closest to the hole prizes on Second – Jim Shirley/Wil holes no. 6 and no. 9, both won Potter (26) by Gary Laughter.   Macon Bank, Ingles and Senior flight Share your good news! First – Joe Boals and Carl Tryon Federal Bank sponsored the event. Smith   (52) news@tryondailybulletin.com – article submitted Second – John Albree – Jim by Marc Brady McCain  (57)

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Buy, Sell, Trade, Work … With Your Neighbors! OF INTEREST WE BUY FIREARMS! We buy hand guns and rifles, new and old, short and long. Call 828-395-1396 or 828-393-0067

GARAGE SALES Back By Demand! Yard sale at 1000 Times Storage Unit. Most all items $1.00, A new unit full of stuff to sale, plus lots of blankets, clothes, toys, craft stuff, glass wear, plus much more! Holiday decorations and collectiables. Sat. 9 am- until, Ogle Street across from Bubbles Car Wash. Goin RV ING Contents Sale 12/7-12/9 Yard Sale 12/9 -12/10 Entire Contents of 4,000 sqft HOME FOR SALE , 3 Bedrooms, Den, Parlor, Kitchen, Dining Bath, Garage & Out Building, Furniture, Appliances, Collectibles, Clothes China, Flatware & Tools Everything in excellent condition, will email a list uponrequest. poppops.traver@gmail.com , Call 828-817-6104, 157 Sylvan Lane, Mill Spring

Last Chance Moving Sale . Saturday, 8-4. 191 Persimmon Hill Dr., Columbus. More new small stuff. Lovely blue stripe sofa, love seat, baker's table, outdoor wicker, spool bed,art, lots of books, audio books, DVD movies, iron gates. Any offer considered. 828-817-3336

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Whole House Moving Sale! Dec. 2-22, 241 Hidden Hill Rd in Tryon. Furniture, appliances, dishes, linen, settings, clothes, antiques, silver, jewerly, sewing, tv’s, machines & OME tools. 843-696-7801 MPROVEMENT 1swanprincess@gmail. com ISABELL CONSTRUCTION CO., Design/Build Specialists, new homes, over 30 years experience. TORAGE Room additions, home repairs and remodeling, Mini Storage Units and Of- basement, waterproofing. fice Space for Rent in Co- LICENSED NC CONlumbus. Many sizes avail- T R A C T O R . Call able. Call 828-817-0400 828-817-9424

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Clean, Neat and simple. ORSES 2bd/1.5ba, open floor plan, w/d, 2 blks from town QUIPMENT center. $550/mo. ThouFeatherlite sand Pines. 828-859-5858 2 0 0 4 Trailer, 2 horse, GN, For Rent: 1 BR on Private Straight Load. Asking Horse Farm in Green $8000. Call Dale or Terry Creek. Completely Fur- 864-703-0990 nished, Beautiful Setting, No Smokers, Gentle Pets Governess Cart. Excellent Ok. $650/month, $500 de- Condition. $1200. Call posit, includes utilities, 864-680-6473 satellite. 828-863-4363 Pasture, Board, Large TRYON - 1 BR Apt. Fields w/ run in sheds. Lots of windows. Central $175 per horse per month. heat & AC. Washer/Dryer. Call 864-680-6473 Off-street parking. Private location in town. AY EED $625/mo. Utilities paid. EED RAIN 828-817-0755

Furnished rentals. 2 night minimum. Short and long term. Contact Pam Martin Cottage on Lake. 1760 sf, at First Real Estate. Large dock, boat garage (828) 859-7653. with boat lift, 3BR/2BA www.TryonRealEstate. good off street parking, com beautiful lake views. $1250/mo. plus deposit, - 2bd/1ba, references. 828.777.5688 Landrum range, refrigerator, central Gowensville - Cottage w/ h/a - $540. 3bd - $550. horse facility. 750sf. 1bd, Tryon 1bd/1ba $470. TRYON - CHESTNUT ST. all appliances including Exceptionally large & W/D. 2 stall stable onsite Call 864-895-9177 or charming, 2 BR/2BA w/ 8 acre pasture. Lease 864-313-7848 Wood Floors, Dining House $580/mo, Horse Room, Family Room, LivLocation! Location! $150/mo. Lease Refs. Call ing Room, Eat-in Kitchen Attractive 2BR/2BA duplex 864-640-1412. Leave msg and Porch. $675/mo. located behind historical (828) 894 - 2029 Pine Crest Inn. You will be OUSES FOR able to walk to town. $725 Tryon - Melrose Area per month. C a l l 2bd/1ba , bright, quiet, ENT 828-817-6119 screen porch, w/d, walk to 3BDR/2BA fully renovated town. $450/mo. Thousand home, hardwood floors, Rentals 2 & 3 BR. RangPines 828-859-5858 large fenced in yard on 4 ing from $850 - $1500. acres. 3 miles to Landrum. Contact Pat Martin, First OMMERCIAL $825/month. Alpha Real Estate. (828) Property Management 859-7653, www.TryonOR ENT 864-243-6453 RealEstate.com Beautiful professional A Frame on private estate, overlooking Harmon Field Tryon - Stone Cottage - office space for rent in & Piedmont. 2BR, 2BA. 3bd/2ba speial cottage in Tryon / Columbus area. 1200 sq. ft. Brick fireplace. special wooded intown (Behind Chamber of ComAll new renovations inside setting. Fireplace, screen merce.) 150 square feet/ 3 & out. Very secluded. porch, stone patios and offices. Call Mike at: (336) Spectacular view. $1000/ paths, w/d, large shop/stu- 302-3368

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Buy, Sell, Trade, Work … With Your Neighbors! MOTORCYCLES / MISCELLANEOUS ATVS 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C-50, 805 cc, Cruzer, 2674 mi. Showroom Condition. Accessories. $4250 Call Jim 828-817-0508 or asfest@aol.com

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MISCELLANEOUS Free Compost from the Alpaca Farm. We will help with loading. Please make appointment for pickup. Call 828-894-3020 LEAF VAC by Greystone. Almost unused. $1200.00 Great deal for fabulous piece of equipment. Call 828-894-3020

Music Shed - Going Out of Business Sale! CDs $5.00-DVDs $10.00 while they last! 322 East Mills Street Downtown Columbus. 894-2446.

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 Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in that certain Deed of Trust executed by CARLOS A. RODRIGUEZ, UNMARRIED to PRLAP, INC., Trustee(s), which was dated October 30, 2007 and recorded on November 1, 2007 in Book 359 at Page 1702, Polk County Registry, North Carolina.  Default having been made of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned, Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC, having been substituted as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, and the holder of the note evidencing said default having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and customary location at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on December 19, 2011 at 10:00AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated in Polk County, North Carolina, to wit:  BEING all of Lot 6, containing 4.87 acres, more or less, and being shown and delineated on that certain plat entitled, "Final Plan for Hughes Creek Preserve, Phase 1, Columbus Twp., Polk Co., No. Car.", dated May 17, 2006, revised June 28, 2006 and March 30, 2007 and prepared by Butler Associates, Registered Land Surveyor, said plat being duly recorded in Map Card File E. Page 1656, in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Polk County, North Carolina; reference being made to said recorded plat for a full and complete metes and bounds description of said property pursuant to North Carolina General Statutes 47-30 (g).  The above described property is conveyed subject to that certain Declaration of Reservations and Restrictive, Protective and Affirmative Covenants for Hughes Creek Preserve recorded in Book 345, Page 1064, Polk County Registry, the same being incorpo-

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rated herein by reference as if fully set forth herein. The above described property is further conveyed subject to the setbacks, twenty (20') foot utility easements, road rights of way for ingress/egress and utility installation/maintenance, restriction regarding preservation areas and to changes at the developer's discretion as set forth fully on the Notes on the plat hereinabove referred to; the same being incorporated herein by reference as if fully set forth herein.  The above described property is conveyed subject to and together with those certain perpetual, non-exclusive rights of way and easements, sixty (60') feet in width leading from North Carolina State Road #1522 in, through and to the above described property as shown and delineated on the plat hereinabove referred to; reference being made to said recorded plat for a full and complete metes and bounds description of the centerline of said right of way and easements. The Grantor herein expressly reserves unto itself, its successors, successors in title and assigns the right to use and convey said right of way and easements.  The above described property is further conveyed subject to and together with those certain riding trail and walking easements and preservation areas as defined in the Declaration hereinabove referred to and as shown and delineated on the plat hereinabove referred to; reference being made to said recorded plat for the exact width and location of said easements. Said easements are to be used in common by the Grantors, its successors, successors in title and assigns, the grantees, their heirs, successors in title and assigns, and all lot owners of property located in Hughes Creek Preserve. The Grantor herein further reserves unto itself, its successors, successors in title and assigns the right to use and convey said easements and areas.  The above described property is further conveyed together with that certain perpetual, non-exclusive right of way and easement, thirty (30') feet in width, running along and with the northern boundary line of Lot 7 and being shown and delineated as "30' R.W" on the plat hereinabove referred to, reference being made to said recorded plat for the exact location of said recorded plat for the exact location of said right of way and easement.  The above described property is conveyed subject to and together with that certain Equestrian Trail protection Easement by and between Hat Creek Timber & Cattle, LLC and Foothills Equestrian Trails Association dated September 26, 2006 and duly recorded in Book 346, Page 1471 in the Office of the Register of Deed for Polk County, North Carolina.  The above described property is the identical property conveyed to Carolos A Rodriguez by deed from Hat Creek Cattle & Timber, LLC by deed dated October 29, 2007 and duly recoded herewith in the Office of the Register of

Deeds for Polk County, North Carolina.  Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior conveyances of record.  Said property is commonly known as Lot 6 Little Mountain Road, Columbus, NC 28722.  Third party purchasers must pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Five Cents (45¢) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) pursuant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are immediately due and owing.  Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance “AS IS WHERE IS.” There are no representations of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or exceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property is/are Carlos A. Rodriguez.  An Order for possession of the property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days’ written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination.  If the trustee is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale is challenged by any party, the trustee, in their sole discretion, if they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy.  Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services of

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Town of Tryon Fire Department 301 N. Trade Street Tryon, NC 28782 Tuesday, December 20, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. The Town of Tryon Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, December 20, 2011, at 7:00 p.m., to consider the following matters: TA 2011-05 Amendments to the Zoning Ordinance regarding Vending Machines The proposed text amendments are to allow Outdoor Vending Machines/Info Dispensers in Districts TB, GB, and I-1 and establish a special requirement for these (SR 23 of Section 4.6 of the Zoning Ordinance) and a definition of vending machines. TA 2011-06 Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance regarding Accessory Structures The proposed text amendment amends the special requirements for accessory structures (SR 9 of Section 4.6 of the Zoning Ordinance). Copies of the proposed amendments are available upon request at Tryon Town Hall. All interested individuals are invited to attend the public hearing and present their comments the Town of Tryon Board of Commissioners. Please call Joey Davis at 828-859-9566 if you have questions. Please call Susan Bell, Town Clerk,

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LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to N.C. Gen. Stat. § 131E-13(d), notice if hereby given that the Rutherford-Polk-McDowell District Board of Health (the “Board”), the governing body of the Rutherford-Polk-McDowell District Health Department (the “District Health Department”), shall hold a regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 15, 2011 in the Administrative Conference Room at the District Health Department's offices at 221 Callahan-Koon Road in Spindale, NC 28160. At this regular meeting, the Board will consider a resolution to approve the terms of the Asset Purchase Agreement by and between the District Health Department and CareSouth Health System, Inc. and its affiliates (“CareSouth”). If consummated, the Asset Purchase Agreement will effectively sell substantially all of the assets used in the operation of the District Health Department's home health agency to CareSouth. Copies of the Asset Purchase Agreement will be available for the public to review at the law office of Dameron, Burgin, Parker, Jackson, Wilde & Walker, P.A., at 26 West Court Street, Marion, North Carolina 287526. The Asset Purchase Agreement will be available for viewing on weekdays starting on Monday, December 5, 2011 through Thursday, December 15, 2011 between the hours of 9:00a.m. through 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. through 4:00 p.m.

The public shall hereby take notice that on Thursday, December 15, at 7:00pm, the Columbus Town Council will conduct a public hearing at the Columbus Town Hall, located at 95 Walker Street, Columbus, NC. The Town Council will consider Zoning Text Amendment ZTA-01-11. The proposed text amendment concerns changes to the Town's sign ordinance, specifically regarding yard sale signage. The proposal would allow limited yard sale signs to be placed in the Town for a specified time during the duration of the yard sale. All interested parties are invited to attend the December 15th meeting and will be given the opportunity to be heard. For further information regarding this public hearing, please contact the Town Manager, Jonathan Kanipe at (828) 894-8236. Notice is hereby given in accordance with NCGS 160A-364. Tryon Daily Bulletin Dec. 2 and 9, 2011 PUBLIC HEARING

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*** North Carolina has not seen job growth in the construction industry over the past year, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America. The organization said North Carolina lost about 4,700 construction jobs between October 2010 and October 2011, a decline of about 3 percent. The state had 174,300 construction jobs in October, down from 179,000 in October 2010. The Raleigh-Cary and Winston-Salem metro areas were the only markets that saw an increase in construction employment. Construction jobs increased 3 percent in Winston-Salem and 1 percent in Raleigh-Cary, while they declined 2 percent in Charlotte. Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist, said a decline in federal investments in infrastructure projects, including highway and transit work, was slowing growth for construction jobs. “If it wasn’t for a slight increase in private sector demand, construction employment would be down in even more communities,” said Simonson. – source: Charlotte Business Journal, 12/7/11

*** Public ice skating and recreational hockey will return to Asheville next year. The Crowne Plaza Resort said it plans to begin construction soon on a 28,000-square-foot building for an ice rink. The rink will be run by the Asheville Hockey League, which already bought the ice rink, boards and refrigeration equipment from the City of Asheville earlier this year. The city has not had a public rink since 2008 when a recreational hockey league was active at the Civic Center with more than 200 players. The new facility will be used for both adult and youth hockey leagues, public skating and figure skating. “The facility is going to be right next to the Asheville Racquet Club on a piece of land right here,” said Angela Beattie, regional director of sales and market at Crowne Plaza Resort. “We’ll be able to host tournaments, and we hope to really boost our business in the offseason, November through March. We’re excited about having something else for people to do here in town.” An agreement between the city and the Asheville Hockey League requires that the rink be available for public skating “on the weekends for at least 60 percent of the time while the ice rink is

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*** The Asheville area is seeing a building boom for new apartments. While demand remains low for new single-family houses, construction is under way for more than 800 new apartment units in Buncombe County, and last week Asheville City Council approved a new 312-unit apartment complex. Lesley Groetsch, manager of At The Lofts of Reynolds Village in Woodfin, said she doesn’t see demand easing for apartments

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*** Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh voted last month to prohibit the church pastor from legally marrying anyone until the state allows samesex marriages. The church members said current North Carolina law, and a proposed amendment to the state constitution, discriminate against same-sex couples “by denying them the rights and privileges enjoyed by heterosexual married couples.” A statement issued by the church said, “As a people of faith, affirming the Christian teaching that before God all people are equal, we will no longer participate in this discrimination.” The vote in the church was unanimous and brought tears to the eyes of some who voted in favor of the “statement on marriage ceremonies.” The church’s pastor, Nancy Petty, was among them. Petty, a lesbian, told the congregants this past summer that signing legal marriage certificates to wed heterosexual couples, but not doing the same for homosexual couples had become a burden on her conscience. She said the church’s decision to stop legal marriages was more than she expected. The church now plans to perform marriage ceremonies that will be holy unions reflecting “the spiritual nature of the solemn commitments between two people in a loving relationship.” The pastor will not sign a state certificate for a legal marriage. Pullen Memorial Baptist Church has a history of involve-

*** A new debate over North Carolina’s death penalty law is taking shape. A coalition of religious leaders has begun collecting petitions and resolutions of support to end the law, but Republican lawmakers in the state are voicing their support for the death penalty. The lawmakers repealed the Racial Justice Act, a 2009 law that lets state judges consider statistical evidence when reviewing whether race was a key factor in the prosecution’s decision to seek the death penalty. The religious leaders, who met recently at Martin Street Baptist Church in Raleigh to announce their plan for opposing the law, said removing the death penalty would save the state millions of dollars and eliminate the potential for executions of innocent people. Rev. Frank Dew, pastor of New Creation Community Presbyterian Church in Greensboro, said he knows the religious leaders will face strong resistance in the Republican-controlled General Assembly. “I’m not sure it’s a good time, but I’m not sure there’s ever been a good time,” said Dew. “But it’s the right time.’ North Carolina has not had an execution since 2006 when the death penalty was suspended due to a series of lawsuits challenging the law. Despite the suspension, capital trials have continued since then in the state. In the past four years, there have been 49 capital defendants in the state, and nine were sentenced to death. – source: www.newsobserver. com, 12/3/11

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Polk recognizes House of Flags chair Williamson

The Polk County Board of Commissioners on Dec. 5 recognized House of Flags Chairman Robert Williamson for his work. The audience gave Williamson a standing ovation. Pictured is commissioner chair Ray Gasperson (right) presenting Williamson with a framed resolution for his service. (photo by Leah Justice)

Blue Ridge Ringers to perform at Polk library Dec. 15 On Thursday, Dec. 15, the Friends of the Polk County Public Library will host the Blue Ridge Ringers in a featured performance at the organization’s annual meeting in the community room of the Polk County library in Columbus. All are welcome. The meeting is open to the public and starts at 5 p.m.; music begins at 6 p.m. Holiday refreshments will be served. The Blue Ridge Ringers is an auditioned community handbell group with 14 ringers from Polk, Henderson, Transylvania and Buncombe counties. Many of the members also ring with a church handbell group. The local handbell group rings five octaves of Malmark Handbells and three octaves of Malmark Handchimes. – article submitted by Tracey Daniels


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LEAP Farm to offer monthly sustainable farming workshops LEAP Farm of Polk County will offer monthly sustainable farming workshops for the home gardener and the market grower beginning in January. Lee Mink of LEAP Farm in Mill Spring and Lynn Ronzello of Thunder Ridge Farm in Green Creek will be the instructors for the workshops. The focus will be on a high-yield system of growing using organic methods. Some of the topics will include: • Bed making • Composting

• Soil amendments • Soil blocks • What and when to plant • Irrigation • Row covers • Seed saving • Value-added production • Taking product to market All workshops will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and will be split evenly between classroom and field time (weather permitting). Class sizes will (Continued on page 21)


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The Holy Cross in Tryon and the Buncombe Committee of the National Society of Colonial Dames of America. Catherine Surviving are three sons, Coxe Page Hugh N. Page of CaliforCatherine Coxe Page, 82, of nia, Tench C. Page of Reno, Columbus passed away Mon- Nev. and Thomas N. Page of day, Nov. 21, 2011 in St. Luke’s Marietta, Ga.; two daughters, Hospital, Courtney P. Alarcon of Reno, ColumNev. and Sallie P. Phelan of buss. Charleston, S.C.; one brother, Born in Tench C. Coxe III of France. Asheville, Also surviving are eight grandN.C., she children. same DaY was the A memorial service will daughbe held onserviCe Dec. 29 at noon at ter"our of theguarantees make St. Church, theFrancis best Episcopal impression" late Tench Rutherfordton, N.C. partials from $260 ce Charles Jr. and Frances Memorials may be made to insuranteCoxe d relines and repairs While You Wait p e c Huger Ac Coxe and wife of the St. Francis Episcopal Church, simple extractions perMain toothStreet, $65 Rutherlate Nelson Page, who died in 408 N. 1992.palmetto Mrs. Page was a graduate fordton, N.C. 28139 Denture Care, pa.or the of Chatham Hall High School Alzheimers’ Association at P.O. Don Gregory Dr. Don Williams • Dr.Washington, Adam Rutter inDr. Chatham, Va., •attended Box 96011, D.C. Sweet975 Briar n. College in Sweet 20090 – 6011 (please write Briar, Va.aturday and graduated eb from “For Church street th •Research 10 amspartanburg toPurposes” 2 pm and Guilford College in Guilford, include Catherine Page’s name) Winter clearance, l Rd. N.C. She was a great member of the or call 1-800-272-3900. Penie huge discounts, 2c x 2.5 Tryon AntiquetoClub An online guest register is opportunities buy and Red 844Page Henderson Rd. ChangeD 2/126/10 rugs, toys Mrs. Foxclothing, Country Club. available at www.mcfarlandTryon, N.C. 2F tfn and bedding. Gorgeous was also active in Girl Scouts in funeralchapel.com.. 14 pime-034479 alpaca items.She Comewas a828-894-3020 Hwy Polk County. memMcFarland Funeral Chapel, early for best deals. The Episcopal Church of ber of Tryon. Cash only please.

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Shriners prepare for Landrum Christmas parade

Members of the Shriners Hillbilly Club 2 get ready for the Landrum Christmas parade on Thursday, Dec. 1. (photo submitted by Anne Regan)


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‘Far Wood’ – Uneducated seller or marketing genius? Heading back from Green Creek on a rainy and raw November afternoon, I glimpsed a parked truck filled with split oak on the side of the road with a professionally lettered sign attached to the rear which read, or at least I thought read through the windshield wipers, “FAR WOOD” Below, if a potential customer was interested, was the owner’s name, Darrell, and his number. I couldn’t help noticing the parking lot in which this truck squatted sold tires, or, as I thought they should now be called: “TARS.” Naturally, Darrell’s sign was promptly recorded and uploaded onto my Facebook page and several people had a good laugh and many even knew of him. When I emailed the photo to

friends from other parts of the actly idiots. We just tend to country and, actually, world, drawl because, well, not because the reaction was completely we’re lazy or stupid, it’s just so damned humid here most of different. the time. Even “This isn’t dog barks serious, right?” “I’m Just my in two syllables. replied one. Saying…” But there’s “Now I unsomething derstand that by Pam Stone about the drawl whole, ‘Delivthat makes peoerance’ thing,” ple smirch. And said another. “Exactly how bad is the what I don’t understand is why southern public school system?” those with English accents, particularly the very upper class chided another. English accents, are considered That sort of irked me. It’s the old refrain: if you terribly intelligent. Because, sound southern, you must be really, how different is the pronunciation of several words? uneducated. Ignorant. An English woman, teacup Ahem. If I may point out the raised to carefully blotted lips, following: Bill Clinton was a Rhodes might say, “I hear you’ve finScholar. Jimmy Carter gradu- ished all your Christmas shopated near the top of his class at ping! Isn’t that just su-pah?” “Mmm-hmm,” you’d say. Annapolis. Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Billy Graham~ not ex- “And I got some supah deals,

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Free program on Christmas conifers at FENCE Dec. 12 A free garden program about Christmas conifers will be presented on Monday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m. at the FENCE Center. The public is invited. The program will last approximately 30 minutes and will be held rain or shine. The speaker for this event will be Rhonda Anderson, landscape designer. Anderson, a certified landscape manager, will share her knowledge of conifers and give attendees the secret to having success with conifers in the landscape, as

well as how to properly prune conifers. Learn how to add year round texture and foliage color with this large family of shrubs and trees. There will be a live conifer display to view, touch and smell. Attendees will have a chance to have gardening questions answered during the questionand-answer session and there will be an informational handout. – article submitted by Rhonda Anderson

Gospel singing at Stony Knoll CME Church Dec. 11 “When praises go up, blessings come down!” If you believe this, Stony Knoll CME Church officials said you will receive many blessings at a gospel singing to be held at the church on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. The gospel singing will feature local groups, including the Green Creek Male Chorus, the

Garrison Chapel Male Chorus, the St. Luke Male Chorus, Passion of Wheat Creek Baptist Church and the Brooklyn Male Chorus. The public is invited. Rev. Arbutus Hines is pastor of Stony Knoll CME Church and Gerald Petty is trustee. – article submitted by Gerald Petty

Station 187 Model Railroad Club to meet Dec. 15 in Landrum Station 187 Model Railroad Club will have its next general membership meeting on Thursday, Dec. 15 at the Landrum Library starting at 7:15 p.m. If you love model trains and/or trains in general, you are invited to attend. The group’s next public setup will be at the Central Railway Model & Historical Association’s annual show the weekend

of Feb. 4-5 at the J.B. Owens Sports Complex in Easley, S.C. The club will continue to set the trains up in the Landrum Depot occasionally throughout the coming year. For more information, visit www.station187.net or call Roland Stadelmann at 864-4572426. – article submitted by Linnea Stadelmann

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Being a personal trainer and they are designed to remove deep nutritionist, one subject that body fat, not cellulite, which comes up quite often with new sits just below the skins surface. clients is, “How can I make my Beware of herbal extracts designed to reduce cellulite. cellulite go away?” That’s a touchy subject, be- There’s not much evidence cause not only do 90 percent of that they actually work at all, all women get some degree of and some can even be dangercellulite, they sometimes don’t ous, because they can interact with certain prescription drugs. know how to get rid of it. First let’s go over what cel- What does work? I use a combination of treatlulite is exactly. And by the way ... some men get it too. Actually ments with clients. First is a cellulite is plain old body fat. proper weight-training program. So, why does cellulite have a This is important for women and somewhat “dimpled” appear- men for two reasons. First, for Monday, Dec. 26 (no paper)every ounce ance? of muscle you The reason Diet & Exercise is the body fat by David Crocker work, you burn is compartmen- Tuesday, Dec. 27, 8:30am extra calories 24 hours a day, talized by connective tissue in the deep layers which means you burn fat 24 of the skin. While everyone has hours a say. Second, muscle that connective tissue under their isn’t toned tends to sag, which skin, men’s connective tissue makes the cellulite look even tends to have horizontal For patterns, TuesDAy,worse. 12/27 issue Aerobic exercise comes next. which make it more difficult for Deadline is WeDnesDAy, 12/21 you 4pm burn more calofat to accumulate. Women’s con- This helps nective tissues tend to have more ries, and also, helps tone muscle. Forpattern. WeDnesDAy, help issue clients design an inof a “honeycomb” That I also12/28 dividualized allows fat to bulge out and give Deadline is 8 ThursDAy, 12/22eating 4pm program to help them lose even more excess a dimpled affect. Formany ThursDAy, 12/29 fat. issue There are also oth- body In fact, one Charlotte client er variables that influence the Deadline is FriDAy, 12/23 4pm amount of cellulite a person lost 72 pounds of body fat with might have. These include gen- just simple changes to her diet. I der, genetics, age and skin thick- also make sure all my people get proper rest. Remember, rest is the ness. The question is can you get rid glue that ties everything in your of your cellulite? The answer is fitness and nutritional program yes, but make no mistake, there together. Finally, make sure your supare no quick fixes. I’ve had clients lose significant amounts of plement program supports you. cellulite, but it takes planning While there are no supplements that in and of themselves get rid and effort. First, let’s go over what of cellulite, there are vitamins doesn’t work. Stay away from and minerals without which, creams aimed at reducing cellu- cellulite would stay. For example, vitamins C & E lite. If you read the label of these creams carefully, you’ll find are necessary for red blood cell that most of them only reduce formation, and collagen producthe “appearance” of cellulite, tion, both of which affect conbecause they just temporarily nective tissue below the skin’s surface. Without firm connective tighten skin. Also, treatments like liposuc- tissue, cellulite is much more tion are expensive, and can actu- apparent. Also, B vitamins are ally be contraindicated, because important, because without them

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Huskies, chihuahuas, labs: Large and small, I love them all Before I get into today’s dumped when it was learned case, there are a few little odds how old and disabled he was. and ends I wish to tie up. God bless this caring owner. Rocker, a sweet lab Husky By the way, we learned that mix, whose heartworm treat- Titan is 19 years old and it’s obment was handled by Lennie’s vious he’s still very much loved Fund, is well and cared for and off to a resby his owner. Humane Society cue as soon as Now, let me Special Cases a ride becomes introduce you available. to Jericho: Leonard Rizzo Cynthia, the Jericho is 15-year-old a stunningly beagle with rotten teeth who beautiful chocolate lab who was part of last week’s story, is came to us as a stray the second strong and doing well. What- week of October. He is approxiever treatments necessary will mately 1½ years of age, sweet be handled by Lennie’s Fund. with people and cagemates and The old and frail lab-golden totally blind. retriever mix who was loaded We’ve learned from vetwith tumors and could hardly erinarians that he hasn’t any move was quietly put to sleep. degenerative problems and his For three days she had the soft- blindness was probably caused est blankets, the plushest toys by humans, most likely through and the best, most tasty food poison. we could find. It was a heartIf you know me at all you’d warming experience to see her know that I couldn’t help but old tail slowly thump with any give this boy as much attention attention given her. as I could afford. I like to sit in Please do not be sad – she his cage and speak softly with left us in peace, comfort and him as I stroke his body. Jericho dignity, a great victory to what gives off the low “mmmph” the alternative could have been. sound of contentment. Jersey, the tiny 3-to-4-pound I’ll walk by his dog run and chihuahua who was rescued say, “Hey Jericho, Uncle Lenfrom a puppy mill, is also being nie has a cookie,” and he’ll supported by Lennie’s Fund; come over and press his nose to she may be next week’s story. the gate as I slip a treat through Sweet little Titan, the deaf to him. Jericho knows my and blind old chihuahua found voice, my smell and my touch, dumped on the road, has been which by the way is exactly picked up by its owner. It seems how your dog knows you. he had been stolen and was Once he learns the param-

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you can’t metabolize fat or synthesize protein to build muscle. By properly using these techniques together in a program, you can significantly reduce the amount of cellulite you have at any age. Diet or fitness question? Email me at dwcrocker77@ gmail.com or visit fitness4yourlife.org.

David Crocker of Landrum has been a nutritionist for 24 years. He served as strength director of the Spartanburg Y.M.C.A., head strength coach for the S.C. state champion girls gymnastic team, USC-Spartanburg baseball team, Converse college equestrian team, lead trainer to L.H. Fields modeling agency, and taught four semesters at USC-Union. David was also a regular guest of the Pam Stone radio show.

Jericho (photo submitted)

eters of his environment both inside and outside, you’d probably soon forget that he is blind. Please come to FHS and give this poor, sweet, loving boy a chance.

Don’t let the actions of some cruel, heartless and dumb people ruin the hopes of one of my kids to have a good life. I’ll bet he’ll make your life better also. Thanks for listening.


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Three of four Polk teams down West Henderson Dec. 7 by Samantha Hurst

All but one of four of Polk County’s basketball teams pulled down wins over West Henderson, Wednesday, Dec. 7. Varsity men The varsity men’s team won with a final score of 52-40. Polk put up the most points in each quarter and was up 26-20 going into halftime. Top scorers were Joel Booker with 19, Anthony Carson with 15 and Sam Vining with 11. Varsity women Polk’s varsity women meanwhile jumpstarted the night with a 65-54 win over visiting West Henderson. Things looked hairy for the Lady Wolverines after the first quarter as they were down 18-10. Scoring, however, from Jaime Hrobak, who ended the game with 20 points, and Cassidy Mazzilli with 12, captured a lead 49-47 by the end of the third. Hrobak also ended the night with 16 rebounds and six steals,

Varsity men’s basketball season run plays during a pre-season practice. The varsity men’s, varsity women’s and jv girls teams all beat opponent West Henderson Wednesday, Dec. 7. Polk faces off against Landrum again tonight. (photo by Samantha Hurst)

followed by Savannah Deaver, who had 10 points and five rebounds. JV Girls JV girls overpowered West Henderson with a commanding 60-19 victory. “It was a team effort with all

players contributing playing time and tremendous hustle,” Coach Michelle Fagan said. High scorers for the JV girls were Sarah Phipps with 18 and Hannah McDowell with 12. All of the Polk junior varsity

and varsity teams face off against the Landrum Cardinals again this Friday, Dec. 9 at Landrum. Coach Brian Taylor could not be reached before press time for final scores and comments on the junior varsity boys game.

Tryon Running Club releases 2012 running event calendar Cyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts have always enjoyed the beautiful roadways through Tryon, Saluda, Columbus and Landrum, but in the last couple of years, it seems runners have taken over. There is a growing grassroots

running community held together by the camaraderie of the Tryon Running Club — a club that members affectionately refer to as “just a Facebook page.” The Tryon (Continued on page 29)

Tryon Running Club members on a recent trail run. (photo submitted)


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Tryon Running Club members at a clinci held in June. (photo submitted)

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Running Club is a social running group that meets regularly to walk or run scenic routes, as well as train for various regional races. All is free and all ages and abilities are welcome. Running in the Thermal Belt is not a recent phenomenon. In the early 1980s, Tom Foster led the local running movement with the Polk County Striders. Now, almost 20 years later, the Tryon Running Club is continuing that tradition by encouraging friends and neighbors to get outside and get fit. Last month, the Tryon Running Club hosted a meeting with local race directors to compile a 2012 racing event calendar for the Polk and Landrum communities. With the recent increase of running and cycling races, club members felt it was time to coordinate efforts so that all races—many of them charity events — could benefit from attendance by Tryon Running Club members. This is the current roster of events for 2012. Some of these dates may be subject to change. For more information, please visit www.tryonrunners.blogspot.com or find the group on Facebook where members post daily motivational information, training runs and articles. Upcoming races: March 17, 2012 - Warrior Drive 5 mile; Contact: Andy Millard; type - run; benefits Chamber of

Commerce. April 28, 2012 - Jerry’s Baddle (Paddle/Bike Relay); Contact: Brooks Saucier; benefit ALS Foundation. May 5, 2012 - PAC Trail Race 5K; Contact: Caroline Eller; typerun; benefits PAC. May 19, 2011 - Derby Dash 5K trail & 1 mile fun run; Contact: Brian Carroll; type - run; benefits Go Girls and Foothills Humane Society. July 4, 2012 - F i r e c r a c k e r 5K; Contact: Ross Fox; type - run; benefits The Shepherd’s Feast, a community Christmas dinner. July 4 - Fabulous 4th Metric Century; Contact: Rotary; type -bike; benefits general community charities - Boy Scouts. July 7, 2012 - Coon Dog Day 5K; Contact: Monica Pace; type run; benefits various city projects and events that benefit the community. Sept. 12, 2012 - Ache Around the Lake 8K & 2 mile; Contact: Katie Malone; type - run; benefits St. Luke’s Hospital Foundation. Oct. 20, 2012 Tour de Leaves 30 & 60 mile; Contact: Lorna Rae Dever; type - bike; benefits scholarships and recreational activities at Harmon Field. Oct. 27, 2012 - Tuesday School Tot Trok 5K; contact:Jessica Greve; type - run; benefits Tuesday School. Dec. 15, 2012 Jingle Bell Jog; Contact: Kathryn Gille; type run; benefits food pantries. – article submitted by Scarlett Tapp

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Booher to speak on spiritual economics at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Dec. 11 The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will meet at the Tryon Youth Center on Rt. 176 0tfn5fri - inDD page 4 Dec. 11 at 10:30 N. on- Sunday, a.m. The speaker will be Reverend Rebecca Booher, who will speak on the topic, “Spiritual

Economics: An Oxymoron.” “The economy is in a shambles,” Booher said. “Current efforts to restore it are a Bandaid approach at best. Maybe we need to return to an older vision, one in which the economy is more

aligned with our spiritual values than with those of Wall Street.” Rev. Rebecca Booher was ordained as an interfaith minister in 2005 by The New Seminary in (Continued on page 31)


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Brockon (Jeff), Gibbs (Colsisters, Lucile Waddell Nina children, Kim Dog Odel,Loving Kelly Linda Brad- dressing upfront undressing leen) and and Elizabeth Gibbs and and a waiting list and whatand Simone (Eunice) and brother, ley, Lee Bradley, Brandon Horne, helping with balance, household six great-grandchildren, Mason costs will be involved. Many Harold Waymon Sr. for free, Ashley offer dogs more. Dear Horne, Linda Rebecca Horne, chores Toney, and Kevin Gibbs, Anthony agencies Joseph Pate, Jacob Miles Brock, Bryan Gibbs, Nick Gibbs and others may charge several For people with Pate, disabilities Saenger andmedical Will Saenger; and andHearing dogs: For those who thousand dollars. and certain conditions, Zane Gibbs. five great-grandchildren. 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These dogs can also be educational website for people and calm. Here’s a breakdown of the trained to help people with dia- who are interested in getting an 7/18/11 betes, panic attacks and various assistance dog. They also offer different types of assistance dogs Must “Working Like Dogs: The Serother conditions. and what they can help with. Must 7/14/11 vice Dog Guidebook” for $22. Finding a dog Service dogs: These dogs are Send your senior questions If you’re interested in getspecially trained to help people 66 Senior, P.O. Box 5443, to: Savvy dog, - page with physical disabilities due to ting your mom a service Obits multiple sclerosis, spinal cord contact some assistance dog Norman, Okla. 73070, or visit injuries, Parkinson’s disease, training agencies. To find them, SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a chronic arthritis and many other Assistance Dogs International contributor to the NBC “Today” disabling conditions. 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New York City. She has served as minister, part-time, for UU congregations in Colorado and Pennsylvania, as well as serving as a guest speaker in numerous congregations in Colorado, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. The

primary focus of her ministry is in the area of eco-justice. She currently lives with her dog, Morgan, on a hill near Etowah, N.C. The community is invited to come early for fellowship and refreshments. The next Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service will be on Dec. 18. Reverend Jean Rowe

will speak on the topic, “Into the Light: A Solstice Celebration.” Following the Dec. 18 service there will be a potluck lunch. For information, call 828-8945776 or visit www.uutryonnc. org. – article submitted by Dan Dworkin

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Carisa Sellers, a sixth-grader at Polk County Middle School, plans to host a food drive for Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry Friday, Dec. 2 at the Pea Ridge Club House from noon-6 p.m. From 6-9 p.m. Sellers is also

hosting a Christmas party for peers with an admission cost of one donated food item. Sellers’ mother, Michelle, said their church, Father’s Vineyard in Spindale, encourages mission work internationally

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