Penland.Her mom and dad are Chris and Kellie Penland. Her grandparents
are Gerald and Mauren Penland , And David and Ginger Shepherd.
African violet. Photo by Melissa McCurry
take more than just a little snow to deter this kitty cat from
his goal. This photo was taken Saturday morning, April 7th,
after the surprisingly large snow.
photo was taken last Friday--just before Saturday's snow and
cold weather that killed many of the blossoms.
Brayden Pate in his Easter picture. He is the
son of John and Lynn Pate and the grandson of Al and Linda Brown and
Junior and Becky Pate.
Pretty little Scarlett was born April 10th at
9:04 p.m. to Larry and Amanda Ogle. She weighed 7 lbs. and was 20 1/2
inches long. Her proud grandparents are William and Pamela White of
Burnsville, Lois and Keith Laws of South Toe, Lynn and Spencer Chandler of
Her proud Aunts are Brittany White of Burnsville, Heather Silvers of
Burnsville, and Shenna Laws Of South Toe, and Tracy McCurry of Texas.
Uncles are Adam Silvers and Jason McCurry.
James and Polly Ash are proud to announce their new ownership
of Silent Poetry gallery. Yancey County Burnsville Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director Miki Pontorno, was present on
Friday, March 23rd, to do a ribbon cutting for their
Nikolai Frank, pictured here with his mother, Tamera, will be
coming home to Burnsville this Friday. Nikolai was diagnosed
with MDS/AML Leukemia in August and has been at St. Jude's
Hospital in Memphis since October. Many people in the area have
been following his progress. Good News--Nikolai's coming home
Happy Anniversary to Jennifer and Stephen
A pre-historic animal
will again visit Fire on the Mountain Blacksmith Festival in downtown
Spruce Pine on April 28th. Be on watch between 10am and 4pm to see John
Payne's masterful work. For further information contact Kay Goins at
Getting ready for the 8 second ride at the Arbuckle Rodeo.
The old meets the new in this picture taken by Paul Crutchfield.
Troy Hartzog took this photo back on the morning of May 2nd when
checking out the Linville Gorge fire.
Jan Michael Riddle
in Cullowhee on May 5th with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree.
from Mtn. Heritage High School with the Class of 2002. He is the son of
Randy and Penny Silver of Burnsville, who are very proud of him and love
him very much!
Tulips at Biltmore House in Asheville. Photo taken April 24th by
Get REAL Program participates volunteered in their community in
honor of National and Global Youth Service Day. Pictured from left
to right are Andy Phillips, George Lanier, and Curtis Carpenter.
Volunteers worked hard Saturday in a barn raising project at the
Appalachian Therapeutic Riding Center. They hope to have the
barn complete in a couple of weeks.
Pictured here left
to right are friends and patrons of the newly opened restaurant.
Joe Peek, Charlie Rogers, James & Polly Ash, Chamber Board
Member Dixie Styles, Miki Pontorno,
owner Melony Poppo, her mother Lorraine Simpson, her daughter Ashlee
Poppo, and staff members Denise Owenby and Josh Swink.
Otway Burns being removed from the town square in order to make
repairs to the statue.
You may have seen this lear jet around town--actually parked at Avondale. The
jet is being kept there until June when it will be used in fire and rescue
David Phillips took this picture of a beautiful stream on a
recent hike in the mountains.
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