Wow. This beautiful fall picture was
taken in Burnsville by Mary Tom Aldridge, a few weeks ago.
Robert Woody (right) is the son of Annie and
He is in the US Navy and has been for a little over 2 years.
He is 21 years old. Robert is assigned to the USS George
Washington Aircraft Carrier which is currently in the shipyards
in Newport News, VA. He has recently been promoted to E4, Petty
Officer Third Class. over the holidays, remember Robert, his
friends and all the other men and women who serve our country.
Luke Wilson got his first deer
Thanksgiving Day. Luke is 8 years old, son of Denny and Cindy
Sunrise on Thanksgiving morning.
Photo by Jackie Grier.
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Pictured are Yancey County MCC Board of Trustee distinguished
award recipients Yvonne Parker, Mary Frances Turner and Clyde
Turner accepting the award on Rev. Shane Cassida's behalf, and
Charlie M. Hensley.
Brenda Ingle from Robbinsville took
this early morning picture in October from Sweetwater Road in
This year's Burnsville Christmas parade was exciting for both
two and four-legged participants. For another picture of the
Corley didn't have much luck when she tried to feed Rudolph!
Corley is the daughter of Sherry and Calvin Wright and the
granddaughter of Dixie and Sam Styles.
He may be a nice guy but he looks a
little scary to Evan Bennett. Evan made his first visit to Santa
when Santa was at the Chamber of Commerce. Evan is the son of
Jeremy and Jennifer Bennett of Burnsville.
Ice sparkles on the trees in the
picture taken by Linda Brown last week.
Can you find "Faith" in a Christmas
tree? 13 year old Rochelle Phillips found her cat, Faith,
hiding under this Christmas tree. Rochelle won First Place
Blue Ribbon in Photography in the 2004-05 N.C. State Competition. Her parents,
Kim and Sharon Mercer are very proud of her.
Sylvia Archer captured this photo of
a beautiful sunrise over Burnsville.
Once again Linda Brown was at the
right place at the right time for an outstanding picture.
This is Mollie Mayberry posing by the family
Christmas Tree! Mollie's proud owners are Tommy and Pat
Notice Miss Priss on the left "guarding" her
tree. Peggy Bailey says this silver tree was purchased in the
50s. It still looks great today.
Randy and Penny Silver took this
sunrise picture on December 27th in Newdale. Note all the jet
lines from holiday travel.
This picture, much like the one run
earlier this week, was also taken in the Newdale area of the
sunrise, at the end of December.
There was more snow at some places
last week than at others. Linda Brown took this picture in the
Green Mountain area.
Martin Plamondon took this picture
where two mountain streams come together.
An unexpected bit of springtime.
Vicky Hoilman took this picture of a pot of daffodils.
(note the snow in the background)
Brayden Lewis Pate was born January 10th at 8:42 a.m. He is the
son of new parents, John and Lynn Pate of Burnsville and his new
grandparents are Al & Linda Brown and Jr. & Becky Pate. He
weighed 7 lb - 5 oz and was 20" long. He is just perfect and
beautiful, according to his "Nana" photographer Linda Brown.
This Christmas gift was obviously a big hit.
House on the Rock at Kona on a nice
sunny autumn day. From Ron in Micaville.
Ron in Micaville took this picture of a
rainbow while on the way to Michigan.
Ron took this picture to show the color
Sunset at Myrtle Beach taken while on
vacation in October. Photo taken by Darla Robinson
These two pictures (above and below)
were taken by Linda Brown of a sunrise at Myrtle Beach, back in
Mike Bennett took this sunrise picture
in Winchester, KY.
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