A view from beneath as this tree began to turn color. Photo by Vicky
Art & Floral Gallery is located in the big red building in
Micaville, next to the Silver Bullet. Above shows a small
portion of the many items in the shop. Owner Margaret
Horne has over 25 years experience in floral design. Weddings,
special occasions and home decor are her specialties.
Luke Wilson on a fishing trip to Cherokee.
Students at Cane River study African music.
Having a hard time waking up from a nap...photo
by Peggy Bailey.
One of a few remaining roses in bloom this fall...photo by
Table Rock as seen from the Blue Ridge Parkway. Photo by Troy
Nirabkumar J. Mehta moved to Yancey County from India to help
with the family business and continue his education.
Riley Blake Robinson was born 9/13/06 to Steve and Darla
Brayden Pate dressed and ready for the season. Photo by Linda Brown
Dannika at 5 months old.
Coy Tschudy receives recognition
from Dr. Marshall Stewart at 4H Meeting.
The Yancey Idol Contest Finals were held Saturday Night at the
Burnsville Town Center. Youth Winner, Stephanie Bailey is pictured
on the left and Adult winner, Kary Higgins is pictured on the right.
The Contest was a Fund raiser for the Yancey United Fund Campaign.
To hear the winning performances click the audio buttons below.
Renfro's family congratulates her on making Super A Honor Roll.
She is in third grade in Mrs. Bailey's class at Micaville
Elementary. her family is very proud of her.
Tiffany Woody and Austin Wheeler in a rare moment
Martin Plamondon got this photo on Roan Mountain on Friday the 17th.
Elizabeth Utley shows off the latest in Halloween attire. Sara
is 6 months old. She is the granddaughter of Sybil Chapman of
Melissa McCurry took this photo of the sky at Crabtree.
Yelton of Bakersville and Bill Thomas of Double Island...were
United In Marriage On Friday
Nov 17th 2006.
She's the mother to Derek Deanna and Shannon. He is the
father to Jessica.
Mayland Community College’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society club
organized a food drive during November. The club members saw a
need to help their community and add to a low supply of food at
a food bank at Grassy Creek Baptist Church in Spruce Pine.
Mayland students, faculty and staff helped the club take cars
loaded with canned and non-perishable foods to the food bank.
Pictured are PTK President Maria Grindstaff and PTK member Bo
Beck loading the food for delivery.
"Hunter-in-training" two year old John-Claude Charlton with his
dad, John Charlton who killed this 250 lb. bear on November
This Christmas Card View is the Kerry Van Hollifield home on
Chestnut Grove Church Road, near Little Switzerland . Photo by
New Owner For Needle Me This
November 17, The new owner of "Needle Me This" opened the doors for
business. Her name is Cherine Criste. December classes will be
available including "Make n Take". You can make aprons, placemats,
gift bags and more! Also, the 1st Thursday of every month from
10am-12:30pm will be Sew Creation Club. You will be able to learn
creative ways to sew and a "show and tell" where you can show the
class a new creative way to sew. Please stop by and meet the new
owner and enjoy browsing around the beautiful store. Needle Me This
is located on 112 West Main Street next to the Visitor Center. The
phone number is 682-9462. Pictured (left to right) Chamber President
Iva Nell Buckner, Chamber Executive Director Miki Portorno and new
owner Cherine Criste.
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