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Cherryville well represented in Labor Department’s Annual Safety Awards by MICHAEL E. POWELL Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
In an August media release, the City of Cherryville, a Cherryville business, and a Cherryville native who works for Gaston County were recognized by the N.C. Department of Labor. The NCDOL recognized, noted the release, “…area employers and employees at the agency’s annual safety awards banquet” held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31, at the Gastonia Conference Center. At the Monday, Sept. 13, City Council meeting, Mayor H.L. Beam, and See LABOR, Page 4
Accepting the NCDOL Silver Award for Safety Monday night, Sept. 13, at the City Council’s regular session, is Cherryville PD Capt. Brian Doolittle. Mayor H.L. Beam, III, is presenting him with the award. (photo by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media)
New physician joins Cherryville’s HomeTown Direct Care staff by MICHAEL E. POWELL Editor email@example.com
Cherryville’s HomeTown Direct Care has a new physician on staff in the person of Dr. Brianna Buchanan, DO. The Nebraska native, a Board-certified Family Physician, came on staff at Dr. Thomas R. White’s Direct Care clinic, located at 301 East Main St., this summer, Dr. White noted. In a media release sent out by Dr. White’s office, Dr. Buchanan’s medical interests are “…in patients of all ages,” adding she “…has a special passion and expertise in women’s health.” See PHYSICIAN, Page 6
HomeTown Direct Care’s newest physician, Dr. Brianna Buchanan and Dr. Thomas R. White in Dr. White’s office. (photo by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media)
2021 CHS Homecoming Queen crowned – Cherryville High School senior, Ms. Khya Brooks, was crowned the 2021 CHS Homecoming Queen at half-time at the football game between the CHS Ironmen and the East Gaston Warriors, played at Rudisill Stadium. Brooks, 17, is the daughter of Lisa Collins and Apollo Brooks, and plans to go to Gaston College for two years then transfer to UNC – Charlotte for two years, majoring in Applied Behavior to become a Special Needs therapist. Khya is in the Kindness Club, Interact, and the Metal Heads Pep Club, all for a number of years since she has been at CHS. Khya is a 7-time State Champion varsity cheerleader. Congratulations Khya! (photo by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media)
A woman holding up an anti-mandatory vaccine sign at the Duke protest in August 2021. (photo by Maya Reagan/Carolina Journal)
Tryon Resolves/DAR; City of Cherryville North Carolina hospital suspends hundreds of honor United States Constitution healthcare workers Special week was Sept. 17-23, but group says, “Always know your Constitution and your Bill of Rights!”
Suspended without pay amid vaccine mandate by DONNA KING
by MICHAEL E. POWELL
At the Monday, Sept. 13, regular session meeting of the City Council, Cherryville Mayor H.L. Beam, III, recognized, with a proclamation, the week of Sept. 17-23, as Constitution Week. After reading it aloud to those gathered at the Council meeting, he presented it to representatives of the Tryon Resolves
Members of the local Chapter of the Tryon Resolves/DAR at the Monday, Sept. 13, City Council meeting are: L-R: Millicent Heaver, Linda Ballard, Kay Turner, Louanna Kiser, Courtney Beam Brett, and Deborah Beam. They were presented with the Constitution Week proclamation by Mayor H.L. Beam, III and Council. (photo by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media) Chapter of the DAR. Accepting the proclamation were Tryon Resolves Chapter members Millicent Heaver, Linda Ballard, Kay Turner, Louanna Kiser,
Courtney Beam Brett, and Deborah Beam. Mayor Beam asked the citizens of Cherryville to “…reaffirm the ideals of the Framers of the Con-
stitution had in 1787 by vigilantly protecting the freedoms guaranteed to us through this guardian of our liberties, remembering that See DAR, Page 2
Winston-Salem based Novant Health has suspended more than 300 employees effective this week for not getting a COVID19 vaccine. According to a press release from the hospital system, those who have not either had one dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine or a first dose of Moderna or Pfizer will not be allowed to report to work. Those with one dose will have until October 15 to get the second one. The policy does not apply to those who have gotten a medial or religious exemption. Those with an
exemption face weekly COVID-19 testing and must wear a N95 mask, PPE, and eyewear protection when on Novant premises. The health system says that as a result 375 people will be suspended without pay and if they do not comply within five days they will be terminated from employment. There are 35,000 staff members across the system's 15 hospitals, 800 clinics and outpatient facilities. "These added safety measures are in place to ensure patient and team member safety and preserve staffing levels," Novant Health stated in a press release. In an emailed response to questions from Carolina Journal, Novant Health's communications director See WORKERS, Page 6
Christine Wells KINGS MOUNTAIN – Virginia “Christine” Owens Wells, 77, of Dick Elam Rd., passed away Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021 at her residence. She was born Sept. 19, 1944 in Lincoln County to the late James Norman and Laler Ware Owens. She was a 1962 graduate of Tryon High School. Christine enjoyed gardening and reading. She was an excellent cook and loved to take care of her boys and her family. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Caroline Wells; and brother, Carl Owens.
DAR From Page 1 lost rights may never be regained.” So, why does the DAR actively promote Constitution Week? According to information provided by Louanna Kiser of the Tryon Resolves Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Constitution Week was initiated by the Daughters of the American Revolution. The DAR is a patriotic organization that encourages education and historic preservation in the communities across America. The information noted that it all “…began in 1955 when the President General of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Gertrude S. Carraway, adopted a project to promote the observance of the U.S. Constitution with a memorial week beginning on the anniversary of the signing of this document, September 17, 1787. Constitution Week was officially declared by President Eisenhower on Aug. 2, 1956. This was the culmination of a proposal the DAR sent through Senator William F. Knowland of California.” Furthermore, there noted “…there is a memorial honoring the Constitution in the DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.” The inscription on the pediment reads, “Constitution Hall – a memorial to that immortal document, the Constitution of the United States, in which are incorporated the principles of freedom, equality and justice for which our forefathers strove.” DAR Constitution Hall is the only structure dedicated to the U.S. Constitution. The Preamble is the opening statement of the Constitution. It is a concise proclamation of the values at work in the complete document. It is thought the Preamble to the Constitution was written by Gouverneur Morris, (1752-1816) of Delaware. Kiser noted their group does not know with certainty if any one man
The Cherryville Eagle Survivors include her four sons, Tom Wells and wife, Betsy; Carl Wells and wife, Susie; Chris Wells, and Matt Wells; grandchildren, Krystal Wells, John Wells, and Carla Wells; great-grandson, Jacob Wells; siblings, Daniel Owens and wife, Helen, and Ann Mitchem and husband, John; aunts, Hazel Reynolds, Shirley Deaton-Cobb, and Ruby Early; special niece, Heather Weatherford, and numerous other nieces and nephews. The family received friends from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 at Carpenter – Porter Funeral & Cremation Ser-vices. Funeral services were held Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021 at 2 p.m., at Carpenter – Porter Funeral Home with Pastor Robert Lam-phier and Pastor Randy Short officiating. Burial followed at Shady Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. Condolences may be made to www.carpenterporter.com. Carpenter – Porter Funeral & Cremation Services served the family of Mrs. Wells.
proposed the words of the Preamble, or if it was devised and revised by a whole committee. This statement gives American citizens, not the government, the power of rule. It reads, “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” As Mrs. Kiser noted, these words, written 234 years ago, are the Preamble to our Constitution. So, just this past week – Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23 – celebrated the signing of this important document. The DAR request that all Americans, no matter who you are, “…read beyond the Preamble to understand the structure of the three branches of our representative government. Study the Amendments and the Bill of Rights. Know your Constitution!”
ARRESTS 9-13: Clay Dean Wray, 44, 1433 E. Main St., Cherryville; misdemeanor simple possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. No bond type/amt. listed. Subject was cited for listed offenses due to a traffic stop for an expired registration. 9-14: Robert Lee Hill, Jr., 40, 318 Colonial Village Dr., Lincolnton; one count misdemeanor WSOJ/domestic violence protection order (Lincoln County); two (2) counts misdemeanor WSOJ/injury to personal property (Lincoln County); one count misdemeanor WSOJ/domestic violence protection order violation (Gaston County); and one count misdemeanor WSOJ/assault on a female (Gaston County). Subject was given no bond. 9-14: Jacob Zene Jonas, 30, homeless; one count WSOJ/disorderly conduct (Lincoln County). $2,000 secured bond. 9-16: Matthew Thomas Hamrick, 29, 416 N. Pine St., Cherryville; misdemeanor larceny. $1,000 unsecured bond. 9-17: Matthew Thomas Hamrick, 29, 416 N. Pine St., Cherryville; one count second-degree burglary, and one count felony larceny. $5,000 secured bond. 9-17: Kelly Christine Bowen, 33, 511 N. Mulberry, Cherryville; one count assault w/a deadly weapon. No bond set. Subject was arrested for listed charge as a result of a domestic argument and victim being struck w/shovel, causing injury. 9-18: Kyle Ray Bess, 34, 903 E Church St., Cherryville, was arrested at 2532 Lincolnton Hwy., Cherryville, by GCPD officers on one count of trespassing. 9-19: Lewis Ray Costner, 51, 112 Hidden Valley St., Cherryville, was arrested at 232 Tot Dellinger Rd., Cherryville by GCPD officers on one count of simple assault.
w/a listed neighbor. Case closed by other means. 9-16: Cherryville woman reports larceny by listed suspect who stole listed items from her ($665/ six pairs of Nike, Vans shoes, and misc. clothing). Case is active and under further investigation. 9-16: GCPD officers report closing/clearing by arrest a drug/narcotic violation at 104 Allen Ln., Cherryville. 9-17: Cherryville man reports burglary/B&E and felony larceny of four various fishing equipment items, a tackle box, and other household items by listed suspect from victim’s Cherryville residence. Est. value of items: $200. Closed/cleared by arrest. 9-17: Cherryville man reports assault w/a deadly weapon (shovel) by listed suspect who assaulted him during a domestic dispute. Minor injuries reported. Closed/cleared by arrest. 9-17: Cherryville man reports larceny ($100/.380 Jimenez firearm) by listed suspect. Closed by other means. 9-17: CPD officer reports CFS/barring notice on listed suspect who re-
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portedly caused a disturbance w/employees of an unnamed Cherryville “grocery/supermarket”. Closed by other means. 9-18: GCPD officers report a new investigation into a simple assault at 232 Tot Dellinger Rd., Cherryville. 9-19: Denver, N.C. woman reports larceny by listed female suspect ($8,000/diamond wedding band) from a Cherryville address. Case is active and under further investigation. WRECKS 9-8: A vehicle driven by Randy Joseph Walton, 22, 1701 Fallston Rd., Shelby, was traveling south on N. Mountain St., when it ran off the road to the right, striking a power pole and city trash can. No injuries reported. Vehicle towed by KT Towing to KT Towing. Est. damages to the Walton vehicle: $7,500. 9-12: A vehicle driven by Timothy Paul Adams, 36, 604 Self St., Cherryville, was backing out of the residence located at listed address for Mr. Adams, when it backed into a vehicle owned by Paulo Victor Medina, 1110
Jennifer Ln., Cherryville, which was parked on the side of the road in front of a residence located at 603 Self Street. No injuries reported. Est. damages to the Adams vehicle: $1,000; to the Medina vehicle: $2,000. 9-17: A vehicle driven by Tylor Jakob Ratcliff, 28, 114 Flat Rock Dr., Lincolnton, struck a vehicle driven by Miguel Angel Martinez, 60, 835 Startown Rd., Lincolnton at a stop sign at the Walmart parking lot in Cherryville. No injuries reported. Est. damages to the Ratcliff vehicle: $0; to the Martinez vehicle: $300. 9-18: A vehicle driven by Ashley Marie Hodge, 33, 212 Starlight Dr., Lincolnton, told the responding office that she did see the vehicle driven by Nicholas Anthony Barbato, 69, 315 W. Ballard St., Cherryville, sitting behind her vehicle in the McDonald’s parking lot as she was backing out of her parking space, but still collided with it. Mr. Barbato said he was stopped in the travel lane when she backed into him. No injuries reported. Est. damages to both vehicles: $300/vehicle.
INCIDENTS 9-13: CPD officer reports simple possession of Schedule VI controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia by listed suspect. Seized: 16 grams of marijuana and two (2) glass smoking pipes. Closed/cleared by arrest. 9-14: Cherryville couple report a call for service over having a dispute
CITY MANAGER POSITION City Manager – Cherryville, NC, POP. 5,919. The City of Cherryville, located 35 miles NW of Charlotte, NC, seeks a City Manager, which is a visionary leader, strategic thinker, and creative problem solver. The ideal candidate will be a conﬁdent, results-driven municipal professional with a strong customer service focus and commitment to the community. It will be important for the individual to maintain an environment of credibility, integrity, and transparency and to foster positive and productive relationships with the Council, staff, and the community. The chosen candidate should be comfortable with the public nature of their position in the community. The City of Cherryville operates under the council-manager system of government. The City Council, made up of four council members and a mayor, appoints a city manager who serves as the city’s chief executive and administrative ofﬁcer and enforces the laws as required by the city’s charter and statutory laws and regulations. The city has an annual operating budget of $13.6 million and 74 full-time employees. A bachelor’s or master’s degree in public administration or a related ﬁeld from an accredited college or university is preferred. The selected candidate is preferred to have a minimum of ﬁve years’ experience in town/city administration or ten years of senior management experience. Salary is commensurate on experience and qualiﬁcations. Please submit application and resume to: Paige H. Green, Human Resource Director, RE: City Manager Applications, City of Cherryville, 116 S. Mountain Street, Cherryville, NC 28021. The City of Cherryville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing date for applications will be September 30, 2021. No applications will be accepted after October 7, 2021.
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Coming Up at Your Cherryville Branch Library! by TRACI POLLITT Manager – Cherryville Branch Library
Family Storytime – Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Teen Anime Club – Thursday, Oct. 14, at 4 p.m. Hooks, Needles & Thread – Friday, Oct. 8, at 11 a.m. LEGO Club – 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 3:30 p.m. (Sept. 28, Oct. 12/26) Common Nutrition Myths of Diabetes – Friday, Oct. 15, at 10:30 a.m. Fall DIY for Adults – Thursday, Oct. 21 at 5 p.m . As we close out National Library Card Sign-Up Month, it seems like a great time for a personal story. So please let me, Traci Pollitt – your library author, tell you about my own library experiences as a child. Most of our patrons know that I am a transplant, not a native North Carolinian. I was born and raised in Indiana. My parents had a house built in Brownsburg (30 minutes west of Indianapolis) and that is where I grew up, attended school, worked my first job, and fell in love with the library. I already loved to read, as my parents were both readers and made sure we always had books in the house.
But the library – oh, the library was a magical place! The photos you see are the building I remember, an original Carnegie library made possible in the early 1900s thanks to Andrew Carnegie and his Foundation’s support. My fondest memory of the building was this: the children’s area was in the “basement” and I loved heading down the steps each trip, knowing that “my” area was just waiting for me. I now know that it wasn’t really a true basement, as the main floor of the library was actually what most of us think of as the second floor. I can still remember wandering the aisles, looking for my latest treasure. So many happy hours spent at that library! As my sister and I got older, my mother applied for and accepted a part-time library position; I believe she would have been considered a library page today (someone who shelves books as their only duty). Knowing that my mom worked at my favorite place just made it that much more special to me. The Carnegie building soon became too small for the growing suburb of Brownsburg, though. In 1981, a new-and-improved – and much larger – building was opened to the pub-
lic, just blocks away from the Carnegie building. Sadly, I don’t have memories of that building. Like many kids, I spent less time in the public library as I got older, using the school library for projects, and then only when absolutely necessary. And like many young adults, I didn’t read much for pleasure while I was in college, placing my focus on my studies. Libraries are cyclical, though, and like many, I returned to them as an adult. And now, just like my mother all those years ago, I work in a library. To all who got their first library card during National Library Card Sign-Up Month, congratulations! The great news for those who didn’t have a chance to obtain their card – we are always ready to make that first library card for someone! We love to see people use their public library, and it’s never too late to get a library card. For information about your public library, call us at (704) 435-6767, or stop by the branch at 605 E. Main Street. Our public service hours are 10 a.m., to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 10 a.m., to 2 p.m., Friday and Saturday. As always, stay safe, stay healthy, and keep reading!
Brownsburg Library, of Brownsburg, IN; a Carnegie Library. (photos courtesy of ‘Brownsburg Then and Now’/Brownsburg Public Library Archives)
Gaston County Schools: Face coverings/ masks still required indoors by MICHAEL E. POWELL
Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Cherryville is currently accepting bids for a
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704-435-9636 112 Mt. Zion Ch. Rd.
In a query to Gaston County Schools regarding a school board decision regarding face masks at schools, by way of answer, Communications Director Todd Hagans referred media representatives to the schools’ web site. According to information posted on that
web site, on Sept. 20, the Board of Education “…voted to maintain the current procedure of requiring people, including students, employees, and visitors, to wear a face covering/mask while inside a Gaston County Schools facility regardless of vaccination status.” Hagans noted in an email the requirement will be in effect until the next Board of Education meeting, which will be held on
Monday, Oct. 18. He also noted that, in accordance with state law, boards of education in North Carolina must take action to maintain or amend its face covering/mask policy at least once a month. Hagans also noted that factors contributing to the Board’s decision “…include the continued high transmission rate of the COVID-19 Delta variant and the continued high COVID-19 positivity rate
in Gaston County. Additionally, wearing face coverings/masks indoors is expected to reduce the number of students/employees who are required to quarantine when there is a confirmed case.” Further, students/drivers are required to wear a face covering/mask while riding on a school bus or activity bus in accordance with federal requirements for public transportation, he added.
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ABC chairman resigns amid supply issues, problems at warehouse by JOHN TRUMP Carolina Journal
ABC chairman A.D. Zander Guy Jr. has resigned as chairman of the N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. ABC spokesman Jeff Strickland confirmed the resignation to Carolina Journal on Monday, Sept. 20. He offered no additional information. Gov. Roy Cooper, who appointed Guy as chairman in March 2017, will name a replacement. Guy’s resignation comes amid liquor supply shortages, in part because of problems with the global supply chain and also because of issues with liquor warehouse operator, LB&B Associates. The ABC Commission in March voted unanimously to recommend that the state award a 10-year contract for warehouse services to LB&B, the target of an audit in 2018 that has, over previous years, cost the state about $13.5 million. The agreement, the ABC says, includes a requirement of nearly error-free and on-time deliveries as well as increased delivery frequency to the state’s 171 local ABC
A.D. Zander Guy Jr. ABC Chairman boards. “The new contract will involve a comprehensive computerized warehouse management and operations platform that will include backorder capability and increased visibility into real-time warehouse inventory that the local boards have indicated are service priorities,” the ABC said then in a statement. The state and LB&B, Guy said in a recent ABC commission meeting, are working out the “bugs” related to efforts to upgrade overall efficiency, an aspect of LB&B’s new contract. “They understand things have not been going the way
LABOR From Page 1 the Council recognized the Cherryville Police and Fire Departments for getting a Silver Award and a Gold Award. Captain Brian Doolittle accepted the CPD’s First Year Silver Award Certificate from Mayor Beam, and Capt. Chris “Pudge” Cash accepted the CFD’s Ninth Consecutive Year Award, also from the NCDOL, from Mayor Beam. Cherryville Police Chief Cam Jenks said of his department’s receiving the award, “It’s an honor to receive it (the award). Safety should always be a top priority for our employees and for our citizens.” Cherryville City Manager and Fire Chief Jeff Cash said, “I am very proud of the Cherryville Fire Department staff, who continues to operate in a safe manner and in the long run, saves the City of Cherryville large amounts of money.” Also receiving a Gold Award for their third consecutive year, is Cherryville’s Beam Construction Co., Inc., and for their sixth consec-
Gaston County Register of Deeds Susan Lockridge, of Cherryville. Mrs. Lockridge and her staff received the NCDOL Gold Award for the sixth consecutive year. utive year, Gaston County Government, Register of Deeds, under the long-time direction of Cherryville native, Susan Lockridge. Regarding the awards, Labor Commissioner Josh Dobson said in the media release, “In an especially challenging year, these employers and employees have shown us the true importance of a strong commitment to safety and health. North Carolina has experienced a continuously declining injury and illness rate, which remains at an historic low. These busi-
they ought to, … and they wanted to offer some relief,” Guy said of the contractor Wednesday. Bars, restaurants, and consumers across the state are having a hard time getting certain brands of liquor from N.C. ABC. The retail demand for spirituous liquor has remained high, as more bars and restaurants have opened in recent months, straining the supply even further, Strickland has told CJ. Global shortages on items such as glass, cardboard, and even labels for bottles have exacerbated the problem. The shelves, which ABC boards oversee, are bereft of some popular global brands. The N.C. ABC has more than 430 stores. The state, according to the 2020 annual report, sold about $1.3 billion worth of spirituous liquor and fortified wine in ABC stores in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, with total revenue distributions amounting to some $529 million to the state’s General Fund and the cities and counties where alcohol sales are allowed. In the previous fiscal year, retail sales totaled about $980 million. nesses’ dedication to safety is the reason why North Carolina is one of the safest states in which to work and they deserve this distinguished recognition.” The awards honored outstanding on-the-job safety achievements of each recipient during 2020. Recipients recognized are in Gastonia and surrounding counties. As per the media release, it was noted the local recipients have met the stringent requirements necessary to receive a safety award, and, that under program rules, “… companies must have been free of fatal accidents at the site for which the award is given to be eligible. The gold award criteria are based on a DART rate that is at least 50 percent below the statewide rate for its industry. The rate includes cases of days away from work, restricted activity or job transfer. The silver award is based only on cases with days away from work. They are recorded when the worker misses at least one full day of work, not including the day of the injury. The applicant must attain an incidence rate for cases with days away from work that is at least 50 percent below the rate for its industry.”
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Workers were seen last week doing their jobs at the soon-to-be-open new Cherryville Family YMCA building on N. Mountain Street. (photos by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media)
Work continues on Cherryville’s new YMCA building! by MICHAEL E. POWELL Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
On Wednesday, Sept. 15, Sharon Padgett, Gaston County Family YMCA, CEO noted in an email, “If you have been in Cherryville over the past couple months you KNOW that big things are happening! The new YMCA on Mountain Street has been stripped back to
the original bricks and crews have been working hard to restore the original details of the Chrysler Plymouth Dealership. “Work is currently being done on the roof, facade, plumbing, electrical, new windows, etc. We are even getting showers! All of this is to prepare the building for you. We thank you for your patience and hope that you
are as excited as we are! Our estimated time of opening is late October, 2021.” In earlier Eagle articles about the then-proposed move, Padgett and Cherryville Family “Y” staffers noted that, along with more room and space for members, a huge asset is the increase in and ease of parking for those members, especially those with disabilities.
Cherryville FD Capt. Chris “Pudge” Cash accepts the CFD’s ninth Gold Award from Mayor H.L. Beam, III, at the Sept. 13, regular City Council meeting. (photo by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media)
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F o r m a n y Christian churches the first Sunday in October is “World Communion SunREV. DR. BILLY T. day” – a LOWE S u n d a y Pastor – Cherryville First Presbyterian Church observance to accent Christian unity in the world as followers of Jesus Christ. The form of the observance was established by the Lord at the Last Supper when He symbolically offered Himself as the pas-chal lamb of atonement.
His actual death the next day ful-filled the prophecy. Only the Apostle Paul uses the term “Lord’s Supper” (1 Corinthians 11:20), although implications of it are made in Revelation 19:9 (“marriage supper of the Lamb”). The Early Church began to call the observance the “Eucharist”, that is, “Thanksgiving”, from the blessing pronounced over the bread and wine after 100 AD. Like so many Christian celebrations and observances there are not any Biblical instructions on how the Lord’s Supper should be enacted nor what it means to those enacting it. Should celebrants come forward or be served; should there be a common cup or individual cups;
should the bread be unleavened or other variations; should it be eaten alone or with a congrega-tion; should grape juice or fermented wine be used; should it be observed every Sunday or on designated Sundays. And what does it mean? Some Christians believe the bread and the wine actually become the body and blood of Christ; others believe it contains the body and the blood of Christ. There are some Christians who say it is a memorial service to what Christ did for hu-manity on the cross and there are others who believe Christ is spiritually present at the meal. One group will believe that all are welcomed at the Table and others will say only those who are members of
a certain group can come to the Table, while others will proclaim only those who share the same meaning can come. I suspect that to non-Christians this seems a bit confusing. Let me hasten to add, ALL Christians observe the Lord’s Supper regardless of what they call it or what they believe it means or how it should be carried out. ALL Christians believe Jesus gave it to us for an observance in the Christian Church. ALL Christians believe it is a visible sign of Christ’s sacrifice for humanity. And ALL Christians will continue to observe this Holy Communion until Christ comes again. As Christians say, so do we believe, “These are the things of God for the people of God.”
Oct. 2 First Presbyterian Church of Cherryville will hold its Arts & Crafts Fall Bazaar on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021, from 10 a.m., to 5 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall. It is sponsored by Ministry of Missions and proceeds are for a future mission trip. There will be 20-plus vendors with handmade crafts, wooden crafts, household décor, and independent consultants. Help support local businesses and FPC Missions! Cash and Debit cards are accepted.
Faith over Fear Cherryville Area Many things fight for our attention on a daily basis. What we allow into our thoughts and heart can have long-term positive or negative effects on us. If we allow negativity, worry, and fear to consume us, they can become detrimental physically, emotionally, and spiritually. For DANYALE PATTERSON instance, these abundant life thieves can cause chronic headaches, insomnia, and various dilapidating diseases. Emotionally, they can drain us and suck us dry of joy and energy. Spiritually, strongholds of paralyzing fear and defeat can keep us in bondage. This is why the Bible commands us to guard our hearts. Proverbs 4:23 (NIV) states, “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” In addition, Philippians 4:8 (NLT) says, “And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise”. I love the following poem called “Watch” that I would have my students memorize. I believe it shows the importance of vigilantly keeping our thoughts and emotions free of the junk that attempts to steal our peace. WATCH Watch your THOUGHTS. They become your WORDS. Watch your words. They become your ACTIONS. Watch your actions. They become your HABITS Watch your habits. They become your CHARACTER. Watch your character. It becomes your DESTINY. (anonymous) Guard your heart with these “Fear Not” Scriptures: • Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.’ - Isaiah 41:10 (NKJV) • “But now, thus says the LORD, who created you, O Jacob, And He who formed you, O Israel: “Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by your name; You are Mine.” - Isaiah 43:1 (NKJV) • “Fear not, O land; be glad and rejoice, for the LORD has done great things!” - Joel 2:21 (ESV) • “Fear not, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.” - Luke 12:32 (ESV) PRAY THIS PRAYER: “Father, you alone are worthy of my praise and adoration. You are my refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. You are my light and my salvation—so why should I be afraid? You are my fortress, protecting me from danger, so why should I tremble? Therefore, I release my fears to you. I exchange my fears for your peace, joy, and love. I put my hopes and concerns in your hands. Thank you for drawing near to me when I call and reminding me not to fear. In Jesus’ name. Amen.” Danyale Patterson is co-founder of Enlighten Ministries, a 501c3 organization with her husband Brandon Patterson. Contact her at www.danyale.com to get spiritual resources, share a testimony, send a prayer request, or book her to speak.
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First Wesleyan Church 800 North Pink Street, Cherryville Anthony Grove Baptist Church 100 Anthony Grove Road Crouse, NC 704-435-6001 Bess Chapel United Methodist Church 6073 Flay Road Cherryville, NC 704-435-7969 Bethlehem United Methodist Church 6753 NC 182 Highway Cherryville, NC 704-435-1608 Blessed Hope Baptist Church 3357 Fallston-Waco Road Cherryville, NC 704-435-8530 Body of Christ Fellowship Center 405 S. Cherokee Street Cherryville, NC www.bodyofchrist7.com
First Baptist Church 301 East 1st Street Cherryville, NC 704-435-3796 First Church of the Nazarene 301 North Elm Street Cherryville, NC 828-838-2428 First Presbyterian Church 107 West Academy Street Cherryville, NC 704-435-6064 First United Methodist Church 601 N. Pink St. Cherryville, NC 704-435-6732 First Wesleyan Church 800 North Pink Street Cherryville, NC 704-435-6069
Free Saints Chapel Church 813 Self Street Calvary Way Holiness Church Cherryville, NC 1017 Second Street 704-435-0949 Cherryville, NC Pastor Clifton Morgan Gospel Way Baptist Church 3904 Tryon Courthouse Rd. Cherryville Church of God Cherryville, NC 810 East Main Street 866-356-3219 Cherryville, NC 704-435-2275 Jesus Servant Ministries 108 N. Mountain St. Cherryville Missionary Cherryville, NC Methodist Church 704-769-8085 318 W. Ballard Street Cherryville, NC Legacy Church 704-435-6934 805 Self Street Cherryville, NC Emmanuel Baptist Church 704-457-9615 1155 Marys Grove Church Road Living Word Ministries Cherryville, NC 306 East Academy Street 704-435-5764 Cherryville, NC 704-435-3213 Fairview Baptist Church 415 South Mountain Street Cherryville, NC 704-435-4299 If your church is in the Cherryville area and is not listed, please give Lorri a call at 704-484-1047 or email email@example.com
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Second Baptist Church 201 Houser Street Cherryville, NC 704-435-9657 Shady Grove Baptist Church 3240 Tryon Courthouse Road Cherryville, NC 704-435-9605 St. John’s Lutheran Church 310 West Church Street Cherryville, NC 704-435-9264 St. Mark’s Lutheran Church 1203 St. Mark’s Church Road Cherryville, NC 704-435-5941 Victory Life Assembly of God 1655 Shelby Highway Cherryville, NC 704-435-5539 Waco Baptist Church 262 N. Main Street Waco, NC 704-435-9311 Washington Missionary Baptist Church 1920 Stony Point Road Waco, NC 704-435-3138 Word of Faith Ministry 306 Doc Wehunt Road Cherryville, NC 704-435-5560 Zion Hill Baptist Church 3460 Zion Hill Road Cherryville, NC 704-435-3355
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While at Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Buchanan said she “…initially considered Internal Medicine,” but is glad she chose the specialty of Family medicine. “In the end as it is a better fit for me,” she said, adding, “I am thankful for my DO training. I did my internship and residency through Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Harnett Health. It was a dual MD/DO accredited program.”
Direct Primary Care, the model that Dr. White’s HomeTown Direct Care is based off of, is, said Dr. Buchanan, “…an innovative alternative to insurance-driven medicine with a low monthly membership fee that gives patients more time with their doctor and access to their doctor at their fingertips.” She continued, “I heard about this model in residency when a woman who did this spoke to my residency group. She said it ‘saved her career’
and I wanted to preserve my career and not have to save it. After meeting Dr. Carpenter and Dr. White, I realized it was possible for me to do. I believe it is a better model for patients and doctors to receive the best possible primary care through increased time and access of patients to their doctor.” Doctor Buchanan is married, she said. “My husband’s name is Logan. We do not have any children. He is a Marketing manager.” She lists as her hobbies, in addition to her art, she also loves travel, outdoor adventure, and singing and playing the guitar. As for her aforementioned ‘passion for women’s health’, Dr. Buchanan said, “I want to serve the women of this community through prevention, wellness, and treatment. For a woman to be well and be at her best, I feel self-care is so important and part of that is having a good team including a physician readily available to her.” To learn more about Dr. Buchanan and HomeTown Direct Care, and to schedule a “get acquainted” visit, either call (704) 435-1100, or contact them through their website at www.hometowndirectcare.com.
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From Page 1 Megan Rivers wrote that the mandate also applies to Novant's remote employees and those employees who are not patient-facing. North Carolina is an "at will" employment state and there is not currently a law against a company requiring a vaccine for employment. In a Tweet Wednesday Dr. Martin Kulldorff, infectious disease expert at Harvard Medical School, tweeted: To best protect frail patients, smart hospitals and nursing homes would hire staff who have already had Covid, as they have stronger longer lasting immunity than the vaccinated. https://t.co/ d14kTPnCWk — Martin Kulldorff (@ MartinKulldorff) September 22, 2021 Still, Atrium Health, also in North Carolina, is giving employees, medical students, contractors, and remote workers until October 31, 2021 to have completed the two-dose vaccine, unless they have an approved exemption. That includes students from Concord's Cabarrus College of Health Sciences who are studying to enter the healthcare workforce and are earning their practical experience there. "Students who do not follow this policy will be assessed a late fee and face consequences (suspension from class/lab/clinical/fieldwork) up to and including dismissal from the college," a vaccine information page on their website reads. One of the issues voiced by hospitals particularly in the Charlotte area, is not the actual bed or space to treat the sick, but rather the needs for a larger healthcare labor force to tend to them. "How far we have fallen in a year, from openly celebrated them as heroes on the front lines to now demanding their jobs," said Jon Sanders, senior fellow at the John Locke Foundation. "Last year many of them contracted the virus in the course of their work and have recovered and now have an immunity that’s many levels greater than vaccine-induced immunity. This policy is extraordinarily short-sighted, it is creating unnecessary suffering for health professionals for no good reason, and it also will endanger North Carolinians in the coming days who are unfortunate enough to suffer any kind of medical emergency." Currently, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services COVID19 Dashboard indicates that there are 16,118 hospital beds in use across the state, 5,011 beds that are unstaffed or unreported, and 4,337 hospital beds that are empty. "With the capacity to add beds comes the need for additional clinical care teams to support them," Novant spokeswoman Kristen Barnhardt told N.C. Health News in January." We continue to monitor the data closely and stand ready to activate additional surge planning scenar-
High School in 2008 where she was involved in cross country, track, and chorus. Doctor Buchanan said she heard about Campbell University through researching medical schools in the local area while working her first job out of college in Greenville, S.C., doing medical research with the Surgery Department. “At Campbell, they treated me well and cared for me as a person, not just a test score,” she said.
ios from staffing contingency to the utilization of additional space on our campuses.” In August, a group of Atrium employees demonstrated against the vaccine policy in Charlotte's Freedom Park. "If our patients get to choose, then we should also be allowed to choose," Chelsea Hoyle, an ER nurse for Atrium Health, told Spectrum News at the protest. "Atrium Health has a long history of protecting the health of our patients, our teammates and the communities we serve," Atrium Health stated in a media release. "With the new and more contagious variants now causing hospitalizations to rise across our region, we are requiring teammates to be vaccinated against the virus – to avoid catching or spreading it to others in our hospitals or other clinical environments." UAB hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, one of the state's largest employers, recently rescinded their vaccine mandate because of pushback from staff. The hospital statement notes they are including $400 "incentive" payments to staff who receive the vaccine while the facility waits on further federal guidelines. The hopsital mandates follow President Joe Biden's announcement on September 9, 2021 that hospitals receiving federal Medicare and Medicaid funding will be required to institute a vaccine mandate. It will be enforced through the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, indicating that facilities risk losing those reimbursements for non-compliance. Reaching beyond healthcare settings, Biden has also directed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to enforce a vaccine mandate on any company with 100 or more employees, blaming the disappointing August job numbers on increased positive cases of coronavirus. In Biden's order, private companies would be penalized if workers do not get the COVID-19 vaccine or submit to weekly COVID testing. "OSHA will issue an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) to implement this requirement," the White House wrote the announcement. "This requirement will impact over 80 million workers in private sector businesses with 100+ employees." The U.S. GDP is already expected to be down $70 million in 2021. Given that there are about 74 million Americans who are eligible for a vaccine, but have chosen not to get it, economists are wary of how a vaccine mandate for private companies might impact unemployment rates and overall GDP during a fragile economic recovery. In late August, Goldman Sachs was predicting 5.5% GDP growth, but since the federal mandate announcement has dropped their prediction to just 3.5%. Earlier this week in Australia, rebellion over such mandates turned violent as construction workers clashed with police because worksites were shutdown for two weeks.
HomeTown Direct Care Dr.’s Brianna Buchanan and Thomas R White talking about a health-related issue in one of the practice’s patient examination rooms. (photo by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media)
From Page 1 Said Dr. White, “We now have three physicians at HomeTown Direct Care. Dr. Josh Carpenter joined us in 2017 and he is primarily in the Shelby office.” He continued, “I feel incredibly fortunate that Dr. Buchanan made the decision to join us. She will be in the Cherryville office. She is incredibly well trained, bright, personable, and community-minded. Patients are going to love her. She is exactly the kind of physician I would choose for myself and my family.” Doctor Buchanan noted that although she was originally interested in becom-
ing a graphic artist, she had a greater interest in biology, and thanks to her brother, Dr. Josh Knott, who is an Emergency Medicine physician, she made the decision to go into medicine and has never looked back. Her father, Paul Knott, is the senior pastor of Hastings Berean Bible Church, she said, and mom, Betty, is a Preschool teacher’s assistant. She has, in addition to her brother, Josh, three other siblings: sister, Tiffanie Ediger, and brothers: Jason, and Caleb Knott. Said Dr. Buchanan, “All my siblings are older and we are about two to three years apart in age.” Doctor Buchanan graduated from Adams Central
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Wednesday, September 29, 2021
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EG Warriors spoil Ironmen’s 2021 Homecoming game New SPC 1A/2A opponent gets 50-14 win at Rudisill by MICHAEL E. POWELL Editor email@example.com
Playing spoiler to the CHS Ironmen at last Friday night’s 2021 Homecoming game, the Cherryville school’s newest 1A/2A Southern Piedmont opponent – the East Gaston Warriors –downed a hardpressed Ironmen club by a score of 50-14. In spite of a couple of impressive kickoff returns in the first quarter by Landon Hahn, the Warriors drew first blood with 3:29 on the clock, getting the first TD of the night, making it 0-7, with their PAT good after the initial score. Still in the first quarter, the Warriors intercepted an Ironmen pass and scored again with 1:05 on the clock. With their PAT good, they were up 0-14, just like that. In second quarter action a high point for the CHS men was a 46-yard kickoff return by Jackson Owen. This stellar play was followed by another stellar play by the Ironmen as Landon Hahn caught a pass from QB Chase Miller, running it 53 yards for the touchdown. With the PAT by kicker
Henry Gil good, the Ironmen were 7-21, with 6:24 on the clock. However, just to add insult to injury, the Warriors answered back with a TD of their own, with 5:43 on the clock. The two-point conversion was good and they went up 7-29 on the Ironmen. Cooper Sloan returned the ensuing kickoff 30 yards, and after Cain Cash punting the ball away, the Warriors took over and the second quarter ended. The happiness of the half-time crowning of the school’s 2021 Homecoming Queen, Ms. Khya Brooks, was brief as the third quarter began with yet another Warrior’s TD with 7:41 on the clock. The PAT was good and East Gaston went up 7-36 over the CHS men. In fourth quarter action Cooper Sloan scampered for 62 yards for an Ironmen TD (their last of the night), and with Gil’s PAT, giving the CHS club 14 points for their effort against a strong ball club from the east side of the county. Sloan carried the ball 10 times for a total of 97 yards, while Chase Miller carried the ball 13 times for a total of -32 yards. The Ironmen, according to stats, had 81 yards rushing. Miller, in his role as the QB, had six completions for a total of 129 yards in the air.
Mason Grindstaff (#20) proudly carries the American flag as he and his Ironmen gridiron teammates burst through the paper barrier on Homecoming Game night, Friday, Sept. 24. The Ironmen played the East Gaston Warriors, one of their newest SPC 1A/2A opponents. (photos by MEP/The Eagle/CF Media) He spread his passes out to Hahn, Sloan, and to Carter Spangler. These yards, with the rushing yardage, gave the Ironmen a total of 210 yards on the night. Next up for the Ironmen is a non-conference game at Rudisill Stadium against Morganton’s Robert L. Patton High School Panthers Friday, Oct. 1, starting at 7:30 p.m. (Additional information by Susan L. Powell and Danny Eaker)
CHS QB Chase Miller (#11) reaches for the snap as the East Gaston D-line plows through the Ironmen O-line in last Friday night’s game.
Chase Miller, the Ironmen quarterback, looks to his right as he starts calling numbers in the game between the East Gaston Warriors and the Ironmen.
Through the haze Ironmen wide right Landon Hahn is seen speeding his way into the end zone for the first Ironmen TD of the game against the visiting East Gaston Warriors.
QB Chase Miller has called his own number and scrambles for yardage against the Warriors in last Friday’s matchup at Rudisill Stadium.
CHS’ Cooper Sloan has taken the ball and is making sure he has a clear path to the end zone.
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Auto • Home • Business • Life Ironmen QB Chase Miller (#11) prepares to hand the ball off to Cooper Sloan (#21) as Gavin Cease (#12) gets set to open up a hole in the Warrior D-line through which Sloan can scramble.
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LOCAL MID-DAY DOG WALKER NEEDED. 2 Dogs. One 14. One is 2. Need a midday outing in the yard. 15 to 30 minutes. Monday through Friday. Alternating Saturdays. $40.00 per week Kings Mountain 28086 (845) 541-2412 howardchristine.68@gmail. com
BUSINESS SERVICES ANTIQUE TRACTOR SHOW. Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021. At T&H EQUIPMENT located at 1721 South Post Rd., Shelby NC. “FREE Admission” Tractors Welcomed! Call Hal at 704300-3071, TJ at 704-477-1561 or Neal at 704-481-5800.
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COINS * COINS * COINS. We Buy & Sell Coins. “Coin Collector Supplies.” JAKE’S KNIVES & COLLECTIBLES. 1008 South Lafayette Street, Shelby. Call 704-600-6996 (980) 295-5568 ALL WELCOME. North Carolina State Good Sam Rally Fall Festival. Oct 28 thru 31st Located at Tom Johnsons Campers 1885 US-70 Marion, NC 28752 call 1/800225-7802 or 828-724-4105 To Register cost $20.00 Door Prizes, Live Music, Bingo, Crafts, Food Trucks, Dog Show, Much More
LEGAL NOTICES A NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Regarding 120 Brackett St, Casar, NC. We do not want anyone trespassing on our property. No hunting, dumping, no riding 4 wheelers, no shooting. NC General Statutes chapter 14 states that you have no rights on our land. Anyone who violates these statues will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We are not responsible for anyone who violates the trespassing laws on our property.
EMPLOYMENT NEEDING A PARTS SALESPERSON. Auto Parts U Pull & Scrap Metal of Lincolnton. Apply in person 851 Car Farm, Lincolnton, NC. 704-735-5085 IN NEED OF A ROLLBACK DRIVER. Auto Parts U Pull & Scrap Metal of Shelby, Must have experience and a good driving record. Apply in person at 1025 County Home Road, Shelby, NC (704) 4724666 COMPLETE CARE INC. Is seeking CNAs / In Home Aides for Cleveland and Gaston Counties. Apply M-F, 8am-4pm at 404 W. Warren St, Shelby, NC 28150 or call (704) 480-9340
NOW HIRING FOR TEACHERS. CONNECTED KIDS CDC. Call Mandy or Erica. 704-487-5792.
FURNITURE REPAIR. Hayden Lafon Furniture Repair Offering All Types of Furniture Repair In-Home Repairs, Re - Upholstery and More Free Estimates Call 910386-2499 SHIPMAN’S MASONRY- 48 YEARS EXPERIENCE. Brick, Block & Stone, Outside Fireplaces, Foundations, Underpinnings. “Free Estimates”. 1st Quality Work! (863) 5321587 JIM’S PAINTING SERVICE. Exterior painting only. Free estimates. You will be pleased with our work. We have references. 828-287-9272, 828429-7511 CLEVELAND COUNTY GARAGE DOORS. Summer Tune-up Special, $59.95. We will check all your equipment lube, make sure it’s working correctly. We repair broken doors. Also offering new installations. 704-477-9119 or 704-472-9367. IT’S TIME TO TRIM CREPE MYRTLE TREES. Spreading Mulch or Gravel, minor chainsaw work and storm clean-up. I can do many of your outside chores with over 15 years experience all over Cleveland County and stretching to the Forest City area. Nice, honest, dependable, clean, drugfree, he’s an all around great guy and handyman, so call Rob today and see what I can help you with. 980-295-0750.
AUCTIONS PATTERSON SPRINGS STORAGE AUCTION PUBLIC SALE. 1:00PM Oct 1st. Patterson Springs Storage, 1826 Creek Ridge Rd., Shelby NC. Contents of Units: #33 Cooke, #15 McKnight, #26/30 Ross, For Non-Payment/ Lease Violation of Storage Rent. (704) 473-7358
PAINTING SERVICES. Over 25 years experience, affordable prices. Professional results. References available. Free estimates. Charles, or leave message. (704) 4358062.
ABSOLUTE AUCTION BUILDING MATERIALS. Saturday, October 2, 2021 10 am Onsite and Online Bidding Location: Pops Discount Building Material 195 Johnston Blvd Asheville, NC 28806 Partial Listing: Windows, Various types of Wood, Crown Moulding, Bathroom Vanities, Tile, Oak Baseboards, Stair Case Spindles, Vinyl Fence, Cinder Blocks, Chippendale Rail Sections, Gondola Shelving, Misc Hardware, Fluorescent Lights and so much more! Not all items will be sold online some will only be sold Onsite. This will be an all day Auction To View Pictures or to bid Online: www.ej-auction.com Edward Johnson Auctioneers, Inc NC8134 NC8496 (828) 593-9649 Ejohnson@ ej-auction.com
YARD SALES CLEVELAND COUNTY SALE SAT., 10/2, 10/9 Antiques, furniture, tools, new Halloween costumes, sterling silver/costume jewelry. 4133 Polkville Rd., Polkville (226) GASTON COUNTY ANNUAL YARD SALE. Fri., Oct 1 & Sat., Oct. 2, 8AM-2PM. Rain/ Shine. BBQ & Hotdogs plus baked goods. All Saints Episcopal Church, 1201 S. New Hope Road (corner of Robinwood), Gastonia, NC 28054 RUTHERFORD COUNTY ESTATE SALE Sat., Oct 2nd, 2021 from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM Lots of household items, Furniture, Tools, Angle Grinders, Sanders, Engine Motor Stands, 2 Propane Gas Heaters. 3677 U.S. 221, Union Mills, NC 28167
LOCK ‘N’ ROLL STORAGE. “ALL NEW” 10’x10’ and 10’x15’ Storage Units Available. Self Store Dawn til Dusk. Secure and Convenient! Located at 1002 Polkville Rd., (Hwy 226 N.) Shelby. Located next to 5 Star Auto Sales. For Info Call (704) 484-4112
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IVERMECTIN HORSE WORMER $7. Antifreeze $6 per gallon. Hundreds of Saddles on sale now at Bridges Riding Equipment. 5 miles south of Boiling Springs on Hwy 150. Call (704) 434-6389 FURNITURE FOR SALE. Sofa & love seat. Clean, good condition. 2 twin beds, free clean mattress & box spring. Chest of drawers, TV stand/ computer desk. All for $350. (704) 487-7150 8000 LB PULL WINCH. Built by Hickey Enterprises. Worm gear, roller, new controls, 95’ cable. Heavy duty. $200. 864491-6025. WATCH 7000 LIVE CHANNELS. Movies, news, live sports, NBA, NFL, soccer, adult channels, only $150. 65” Samsung TV QLED, 4K, $900. (704) 962-9007 CPAP SANITIZER AND CLEANER Great Deal! Clean and sanitize your CPAP mask, tubing and equipment easily and often, especially while Covid is a threat. New and sealed in box. Did not need after purchasing from HSA. Cheaper than Walmart. $220. Venmo or cash only. (704) 472-5871 HANDI-QUILTER, SWEET 16 QUILTING MACHINE. Plus table with sides, bobbin winder, stitch regulator. Only serious buyers need call. (704) 434-6337 HORSE HAY FOR SALE $6-square and $40-round. 704-692-6325.
HALLOWEEN / CHRISTMAS Decor, Toys, Gifts and clothing at 70%-90% OFF original retail. SIDE DOOR SALE. Oct 2nd 9am-5pm. CASH ONLY. Next to Mighty Dollar Forest City. 132 Commercial Drive, Forest City.
WANT TO BUY. ATV’s, PopUp Campers and Small Travel Trailers. Call 828-429-3935.
KANGAROO WALK BEHIND GOLF CADDY. Has new battery, ball washer, basket, seat, cup holder, umbrella, score card holder, rear wheel “Excellent Condition”. Cost $1500 new, will take $500. call (704) 477-2612 ALL METAL GARAGES. Big Discounts! Zero down. Call for more details. 828-382-0455. DEER CORN. SHELLED, 50lbs, $10.05. 828-287-3272. PROPANE GRILL TANKS RE-FILLED. Only $10.99. Call 828-287-3272. NEW CANNING JARS with Lids & Seals. $17.67 per case. Call 828-287-3272. ACEPHATE FIRE ANT KILLER. Works great! $12.99. Call 828-287-3272.
EZ-GO GAS GOLF CART. Needs repair, $800 Troy-Bilt push mower with grass catcher, $100. (704) 477-6458 CEMETERY SPACES AND MERCHANDISE CREDIT. 4 Spaces and $1600.00 of merchandise credit at Cleveland Memorial Park in Shelby NC at great location on grounds. $2500 or BO (617) 997-6248 firstname.lastname@example.org PURE RAW LOCAL HONEY. $18 per quart, $10 per pint. Produced in Rutherford County. Call or text Jackson Corbin, 828-980-1823. 1994 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2 wheel drive, good running condition. $4,200. 2 riding lawn mowers. Both need a little work. $80 for both. 704-476-5112. FOR SALE 3x8 Welding Table. South Bend Commercial Lathe, 2 Large Steel Racks, 1 Small Rack. Call 828-7554273 Leave Message
YANMAR 26HP DIESEL TRACTOR Rebuilt head. New water pump and hoses. 4 new tires, rear tires ﬁlled with antifreeze. New radiator and new starter. Oil and ﬁlter changed, new antifreeze. Comes with new 30’’ reversible pan scoop. Excellent condition! $4625.00 ‘’NO TRADES’’ (704) 718-9122 NEW SOUTHERN 5 FT. BUSH HOG. $1,250. 828-2873272.
96 SEARAY 175, 125 MERC. OUTBOARD $8000 OBO. Fish and Ski model with all the extra equipment and trailer with swing away tongue. Garage kept and maintained. Text for photos. (704) 4732573 wmeyers@carolina. rr.com
CARPORTS, GARAGES, BUILDINGS, RV, BOAT COVERS IN STOCK. Areas largest on site display. Best selection, quality price. J. Johnson Sales, Inc. 2690 Hwy. 221S., Forest City. 828-245-5895. 16X40 OR TWO STORY BUILDINGS BUILT ON SITE. 1 DAY INSTALL. J. Johnson Sales INC. 828-245-5895. HORSE QUALITY HAY. Square and round bales, also 3x3x8’ bales. Call (704) 4876855 UTILITY BUILDINGS, STORAGE BUILDINGS. Steel, Wood, Vinyl. Some fully insulated, 1 to 2 day delivery if buy from stock. Cash or low down payment with monthly payments. No credit ok. J. Johnson Sales INC. 828-2455895.
PETS & LIVESTOCK BLACK LAB FOR SALE. “Still in the pup stages”, but he’s over 1 year old. I need at least $200. Serious inquires may call (704) 473-8300 PUPPIES & NUMEROUS DOGS FOR SALE. Starting at $100. “All Lap Dogs”. Chihuahua & Feist. They are small, beautiful and loving! Serious inquiries may call (704) 473-8300 MALE LLAMA for sale or want to buy female llama. Please call 828-248-8060.
HAVE A TRAILER NOT USING? SELL IT! J. Johnson Sales INC. Buy, Sale, Trade trailers. Must have title. Call 828-245-5895.
TRAILERS, LAWNMOWER TRAILERS, Flatbed Trailers, Enclosed Trailers, Horse and Cattle Trailers, Saddlery. Check our prices and quality before you buy. Bridges Riding Equipment. Boiling Springs, NC. (704) 434-6389
BOAT MOTOR TRAILER. BIRD CAGE, AQUARIUM, RABBIT CAGE. Boat, motor, trailer $1500. Large bird cage $50. Aquarium/stand 50gl $100. Rabbit cage $40. Text for photos. (704) 600-5596
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HAVE A STORAGE BUILDING NOT USING, OUTGROWN IT? Sell it, trade in for new bigger one. We take trades, we buy used buildings. Must be factory built, able to move. J. Johnson Sales INC. 828-245-5895.
TWIN BEDS. Desk, book case, night stand, mattress, comforters, and linens (706) 318-1654
PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS with Scratch Pads! Press Room Printing. 704482-2243. (704) 538-5788
WANT TO BUY CARS, TRUCKS. Trailers, Tractors, Farm Equipment. Must have ID and proof of ownership. Callahan’s Towing. (704) 6921006
6X10 & 6X12 DUMP TRAILERS In STOCK. (5 Ton) contact J. Johnson Sales, Inc., Forest City. (828) 245-5895
7 TON & 5 TON EQUIPMENT TRAILERS. In Stock! contact J. Johnson Sales, Inc., Forest City. (828) 245-5895
CASH FOR YOUR RECORD ALBUMS. Call Ron. (919) 314-7579
KILL ALL YOUR WEEDS! Ranger Pro 2.5 gallon. $44.00. 828-287-3272.
FRIDGIDARE WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER. Good clean 15,000 BTU. Do not need. Asking $80 (704) 419-3862
FLAG POLES, FLAGS IN STOCK. Pickup or we deliver and install available. J. Johnson Sales INC, Forest City. Call 828-245-5895.
WANT TO BUY I PAY CASH FOR DIABETIC TEST STRIPS. Up to $10 per 100ct. Must be Unused, Unexpired. I’m local and pay fast. (828) 577-4197
POWER CHAIR IN GOOD CONDITION. Must sell! $350. All electric power chair hoist with slide in unit $350. (704) 466-2409
RIDING/PUSH MOWERS, GARDEN TILLERS, GOKARTS, MINI-BIKES. Ready to mow. All in excellent condition. Can deliver, 30+ years experience in repair work. 828-980-0853, 704-4769383.
RETIRED GENERAL CONTRACTOR AVAILABLE for small job repairs and ﬁxes. Deck repair a specialty. Rutherford/Cleveland County areas. Bob, 828-476-6058.
ROOFING, SIDING, GUTTERS, LEAF GUARDS. Tim’s Roof Contractors is your local professional on all types of shingle rooﬁng, metal rooﬁng, Flat rooﬁng and we install all styles and colors of vinyl siding, sofﬁts, fascia trim and aluminum wrap. We are highly rated on Google 4.9 stars with 135 reviews/ BBB accredited with an A+ rating/ Background checked plus Owens Corning Preferred Contractors status. We offer Free Quotes / Rooﬁng repairs and replacement services. Call us to talk to the local pro for services in Cleveland, Gaston, Lincoln and Rutherford Counties. Call us today 980-522-5606 or contact us through our website timsroof.com. We would like to earn your business. (980) 522-5606 email@example.com
DEER CORN, 60 POUND BAG. $9. Callahan Farms. 704-300-5341- Steve; 704472-8865 - Cletus; 704-3005341- Todd (704) 692-1627
24 HOUR MOBILE MECHANIC. I will come to you to repair any car, lawnmower or tractor. Honest & reliable. (704) 300-2332
ALIVE APPAREL SCREEN PRINTING. Hiring for Production Worker, Warehouse, Screen Department needed. Apply in person M-F 10am3pm. 331 Jim Cline Road, Fallston, NC. 28042 GOOD SAMARITAN NEEDED ASAP. To assist disabled lady with small home repairs. Tools and Materials furnished. $10 hour. 704-974-5706.
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FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Long wheelbase load, Full loaded. $70.00/load. Delivered. 864-492-4793 or 803627-9408. REFRIGERATORS, STOVES, WASHERS, DRYERS. Discount Prices. 1205 Earl Road, Shelby NC. (704) 487-4443
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES. I have full blooded German Shepherd puppies for sale $400 ea. Mother is registered and has all AKC papers. Father is full blooded but not registered. Call Perry for more info. (883) 305-2683 firstname.lastname@example.org LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPS. Chocolate & silver. Parents are AKC registered but selling pups at unregistered prices. DOB 8/8/21, 1st shots & worming. Chocolate $400, Silver $600. Call or text. Please leave message. (828) 429-0210
LOST & FOUND MARY JANE HIPP LOOKING FOR Peggy Dimsdale and Ilene McMurry. Call 828305-3272, ask for Charles.
WANT TO BUY WANTED: OLD AND NEW AMMO. Reloading supplies. Call 828-245-6756 or cell # 828-289-1488. WE BUY JUNK VEHICLES. WE PAY TOP DOLLAR FOR VEHICLES RUNNING OR NOT, MUST HAVE A TITLE OR ID. (704) 4875244 CRESTMIDDLE@ AOL.COM NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? I PURCHASE UNWANTED RENTAL PROPERTY AND/OR STARTER HOMES. MUST BE PRICED TO SELL! “QUICK CLOSINGS”! Call 704-472-0006. CASH FOR YOUR CAR running or not, title or no title. Call Charles Dellinger at Red Road Towing. 704692-6767, (704) 487-0228
HEDGEHOGS AND SUGAR GLIDERS HOME. Male and female are available for both babies. Contact us if interested and for more info (915) 201-5269 email@example.com LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPS. Chocolate & silver. Parents are AKC registered but selling pups at unregistered prices. DOB 8/8/21, 1st shots & worming. Chocolate $400, Silver $600. Call or text. Please leave message. (828) 429-0210 FREE CHICKENS STILL LAYING. AND 1 Pot Belly Pig. You must pick up. 704-926649 (704) 739-9040 POMERIAN PUPPIES. Can register CKC. 8 wks old, shots UTD, have records. Variety of colors $1200. (828) 289-8952
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PETS & LIVESTOCK MINIATURE DASH HOUNDS FOR SALE. CKC registered, 6 wks. old, black and tan, short-haired. $600 each. 704300-7225. GERMAN MALINOIS (SHEPINOIS) PUPPIES Born 6/18/21. 2 boys left Second round of shots, wormed and started on heartworm prevention. Will get third round of shots this weekend. Tan pup will be a big solid dog like his dad. Darker pup is the only one with his dad’s amber eyes. Absolutely stunning. shadowdancer@mochamail. com 5 SAUSAGE HOGS. Weigh about 800-900 lbs. 2 or 3 weigh about 500 lbs. Have to look at them for prices. 40 cases used, clean Mason jars, $4 case. 10 Chihuahua puppies. $100 each. 6 wks old. Need to ﬁnd homes. (704) 308-4721 GOLDEN DODDLE Puppies For Sale Cream colored Ready Sept 11 $600.00 each First shots and De-wormed Henry Miller 1608 Walls Church Rd, Ellenboro Nc 28040 DOG KENNELS. 7x7, 5x10, 10x10, 10x20, 20x20 tops, split kennels. Pickup or we deliver and install available. J. Johnson Sales INC, Forest City. 828-245-5895. GUINEA CHICKS, $5; BANTAM BABIES, $3; Quail, 3 to 4 weeks old, hatching eggs, 50% guaranteed hatch. (704) 476-9943
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LAYING HENS FOR SALE $10EA. Call (509) 432-4914
2007 FORD F-150 4WD. No mechanical problems, new brakes, 143k miles. $8500. (704) 616-5522
1 BEDROOM 2ND FLOOR APARTMENT. Excellent location in Shelby. $495 month. Hardwood ﬂoors, not HAP eligible, No pets, No Smoking. Heat & water included in $550 month. (704) 487-5480
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2008 CHEVROLET EQUINOX. Bad engine, Body & Parts good! Rebuilt transmission (Under Warranty). Good tires and battery. 160,000 miles, $1600. (704) 473-9254
VACATIONS OCEAN LAKES MYRTLE BEACH. Cottage N34. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, den, kitchen, dining, covered deck, near country store. Call Dorcas, 803-718-2659. 2002 HONDA CR-V. Sunroof very clean and well maintained. Clear title, all service records and local auto mechanic for all service repairs (828) 429-9473 rwalters89@ gmail.com
OCEAN LAKES BEACH HOUSE. For rent, 2 bedroom 2 bath with sleeper sofa, WiFi, golf cart inc. Summer & Fall availability. Halloween weekend open. 704-473-1494.
REAL ESTATE CLEVELAND COUNTY 4 BEDROOM HOUSE. Big game room, 2 bath, workshop w/tools. Upper Shelby, Cleveland County area. 704-4728992.
2015 GMC YUKON XL DENALI. 4x4, Pearl White, 94,000 miles, Leather, Sunroof, 20” Alloys, Heated & Cooled Seats, $37,500. “Top of the Line!” Call (704) 4820441 2007 BUICK LACROSSE. V-6, 3.8 All Pwr, local Forest City car, 160k miles, $3900. Call 828-980-8461, (828) 980-8461, mjohnson2837@ gmail.com
NEED TO SELL YOUR HOUSE? I PURCHASE UNWANTED RENTAL PROPERTY AND/OR STARTER HOMES. MUST BE PRICED TO SELL! “QUICK CLOSINGS”! Call 704-472-0006.
QUALITY, COMFORTABLE, 55+ COMMUNITY Residences at Humboldt Park - 715 Dellinger Rd Shelby. Refreshed unit available now! Welcome home to Residences at Humboldt Park. We are a 55+ apt community located in Shelby just off Dellinger Rd. Under new management, the community features on site amenities and a quiet, peaceful, park like atmosphere. Our refreshed units offer the highest quality of modern living. Humboldt Partners provides safe, clean, quality, affordable housing to our residents and communities. Be at Home, in a Humboldt home. Call Property Management Corp today or come by for a tour. Shelby, NC 28152 (704) 705-4533 firstname.lastname@example.org RUTHERFORD COUNTY 1/2 ACRE LOT UNRESTRICTED!! Near TIEC, $15,000. Call 864-909-1035 or visit: www.rowelland.com
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JCMS Lady Wolverines softball team are currently undefeated by MICHAEL E. POWELL Editor email@example.com
Lance Beam, head John Chavis Middle School softball coach, said recently his team is 6-0 against Gaston County opponents as their season comes down to its final games of their schedule. Chavis defeated Belmont Middle by a score of 10-6 on Monday, Sept. 13, said Beam, who noted, “Raylei Gidney got the pitching win, striking out three (3) batters. She was helped with strong defensive plays from the entire defense. “The offense was led by Landry Beam, Maddie Avery and Jenna Anthony, who had two (2) hits each and multiple RBI’s.” Kate Mulvey, Kennedy Weathers, Gidney, Addison Davis and Abi Canipe also contributed with a hit a piece, he said. The Lady Wolverines offense got multiple runs from Beam, Gidney and Anthony. On Monday, Sept. 20, the Chavis softball team defeated Mt. Holly 18-6 in five
innings. Coach Beam said Kennedy Weathers got the pitching win, striking out eight (8) batters. “The offense was led by Jenna Anthony, Raylei Gidney, Landry Beam, Addison Davis and Desirae Smith, who all had multiple hits. Weathers, Kate Bookout, Abi Canipe and Emily Allen also contributed with a hit each.” Chavis then turned around and defeated Grier 17-1, in three innings on Thursday, Sept. 23, as Raylei Gidney and Kennedy Weathers pitched, striking out seven (7) batters. Said Coach Beam, “Weathers, Landry Beam, Raylei Gidney, Kate Bookout, Abi Canipe, Desirae Smith and Laney Spangler all had hits to lead our offense.” The team is currently 6-0, and faced Cramerton at Cramerton on Monday, Sept. 27. Their last game is against Bessemer City Middle on Thursday, Sept. 30, and playoffs start on Monday, Oct. 4, with the County Championship scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 6.
The 2021 John Chavis Middle School Lady Wolverines softball team – Center front (sitting): Desirae Smith; second row (L-R): Emily Allen, Kate Mulvey, Gracie Capps, Landry Beam, and Hailey Vance; third row (L-R): Coach Lance Beam, Abi Canipe, Maddie Avery, Addison Davis, Kennedy Weathers, Jenna Anthony, Raylei Gidney, Kate Bookout, and Coach Cheryl Word. (Not pictured: Laney Spangler.) (photo provided)
Cherryville Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet is Oct. 2 by MIKE POWELL Special to the Eagle
CHERRYVILLE – Tickets are now available for the Oct. 2, Cherryville Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet, which will honor 10 individuals and a team from Cherryville’s sports history. Priced at $10 each, tickets can be purchased from members of the hall of fame committee: Jerry Hudson, Scott Harrill, Mike Powell, Dennis Tate, Danny Eaker, Calvin Hastings, Larry Sipe, Bud Black, Al Graves, Floyd Wright, and Rocky Bennett. The 6 p.m. event will be held at the First Baptist Church Christian Outreach Center, a venue that seats more than 300. Tickets may also be purchased at the door, and a meal is included with the induction ceremony. Terry Whisnant, Jr., one of the top scorers in North Carolina high school basketball history, and Thomas Bess, a three-sport standout, are among those voted in to the 2021 class by the committee. One team was chosen for induction – the 1985 Cherryville High boys basketball squad that won the N.C. 2A championship under the direction of the late David Watkins.
The organization, which has been inactive for more than a decade, met in March to regroup, elect officers, and set a new agenda. The Cherryville Sports Hall of Fame has not inducted any new members since 2009, according to records. Two inductees, recreation and youth sports activist Skeet Brackett, and Larry Boyles, an acclaimed amateur boxer in the 1950s and a member of the Carolinas Boxing Hall of Fame, will be honored posthumously. Cherryville boys’ basketball coach Scott Harrill earned a spot in the hall of fame in the same year in which he became Gaston County’s career leader in coaching victories. Harrill’s career record at Cherryville stands at 384-170. Also named are former women’s basketball players Ebonee Johnson, Abbey Owens and Sonya Hoyle, along with Cameron Lovelace, a two-sport star in football and basketball, and Trentavious Friday, a track star who holds three state records and a national record in sprint events. To purchase tickets or get more information, call Mike Powell at (704) 472-9889, or Jerry “Fatty” Hudson at (704) 460-4855.
The 2021 CHS Lady Ironmen Varsity volleyball team with their coach, front row, L-R, are: Briley Wright, Rileigh Kiser, Taylor Digh, Skye Reed, and Addison Breese. Back row. L-R, are: Head Coach Leigh Kiser, Gracie Truesdale, Addie Eaker, Carson Reed, Terayha Bess, Katie Eaker, and Ceniyah Powell. (photo by Susan L. Powell/The Eagle/CF Media)
CHS varsity volleyball ladies get two road wins last week by MICHAEL E. POWELL Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
Head CHS volleyball coach Leigh Kiser said it was a big week for her Lady Ironmen last week as they went 2-0 on the road in SPC 1A/2A play with a win at Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy and at Burns High School. On Tuesday at TJCA, coach Kiser said her ladies pulled out a hard-fought
Cherryville’s Sara Mauney JCMS named to the Citadel’s golf team spring 2021 dean’s list wins again Engineering, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Swain Family School of Science and Mathematics and the Zucker Family School of Education. Additionally, Cadet Mauney is one of the nearly 550 cadets and students recognized for their academic achievements during the spring 2021 semester. Gold stars are awarded to cadets and students at The Citadel who achieved a 3.7 grade point average or higher. Cadets and students who achieve gold star recognition are also placed on The Citadel’s dean’s list.
John Chavis Middle School won their match Thursday at Cramer Mountain with a team score of 180. Mt. Holly placed second with a score of 207. Bessemer City and Southwest also competed in the match. Medalist was Talon Dalton, firing a 42. Placing second overall was Kameron Causby, shooting a 45, and placing third overall with a 46, was Kenan Fowler. Chavis played their final regular season match Tuesday, Sept. 28, at Crowders Mountain.
back. She said it was one of the team’s more complete games of the season. Scores in this one were 25-16, 25-19, and 25-15. Katie Eaker’s 4 aces, Kaitlyn Newsome’s 6 digs, Carson Reed’s 3 blocks, Addie Eaker’s 9 kills, and Rileigh Kiser’s 5 aces, 20 assists, and 9 digs led Cherryville High’s varsity spikers in the match. Kiser said, “It was a great week for our squad and it should help push them towards the season’s finish line.” In JV action the JV Lady Ironmen lost a hard-fought match 2-1 at Thomas Jefferson. Said Kiser, “So, Briley Wright with four digs,
Lexi McSwain, with five assists, and Laila Davis with four aces led CHS’ JV ladies.” The junior varsity Lady Ironmen lost again last Thursday at Burns by scores of 25-8 and 25-19. Kiser noted Lexi McSwain had 3 aces in the loss. The ironmen were home at Nixon Gym for senior night on Tuesday, Sept. 28, hosting Shelby. Then, on Thursday, Sept. 30, rival Bessemer City invades Nixon Gym . Currently the ladies’ records are: varsity 7-11, overall; conference play 4-3; and the JVs are 1-14, overall. (Stats and information by Brian Kiser.)
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Cherryville’s Sara Mauney is among the nearly 1,100 cadets and students recognized for their academic achievements during the spring 2021 semester. The dean’s list is a recognition given to cadets and students who are registered for 12 or more semester hours and whose grade point average is 3.20 or higher, with no grade of I (Incomplete) and no grade below C for work in a semester. Academics at The Citadel are divided between five schools: the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business, the School of
match 3-0, by scores of 25-22, 25-20, and 25-23. Kiser said her team hung in against a competitive Lady Gryphons team and was thrilled to get the road win. For CHS, Krista Davis had 11 digs, and Terayha Bess had 11 kills to lead the offense. Carson Reed had 5 kills, Katie Eaker, 3 aces, and Rileigh Kiser, 3 aces, 22 assists and 13 digs. On Thursday. Kiser noted the Lady Ironmen were on the road again, this time at Burns High. a new conference member and opponent for the CHS teams. Kiser said her team got out to a big first set lead and never looked