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Photo Archive 23


Lucy at a barn in Cades Cove, As you can see she loves to have her picture taken. Lucy's proud owners are James and Tammy Ramsey.

Look at this adorable little face...he was born in mid February. Right now he's called Oscar but you give him a good home and you can name him anything you like. Oscar is part Persian and destined to be a beauty. Call the Mitchell County Animal Rescue at 765-6952 or come by.


Have you been wondering where "Murphy In the Morning" and his bad corny jokes have been this past week? It seems he went all the way to Columbus, OH to this "cornfield" to find some new ones....


Its that time of year when beautiful rhododendrons are blooming everywhere.


Tammy Loftis took this picture of the beautiful bright azaleas in her yard.


What a cutie...Anna Hicks dressed up for Easter in her new hat. Anna is the daughter of Jeff and Teresa Hicks.

Another adorable face..this 8 week old black lab is the newest member of Harold Self's family and is named Cista.


Kathy Garland took this photo one evening recently between Spruce Pine and Ledger.


The after school Program at the Bakersville Child Development Center are always looking for ways that they can help out in the community. The children donated Easter eggs that they had filled with candy for the annual Bakersviile Easter Egg hunt. They also donated Easter eggs that were also filled with candy to the Cane Creek Village Apartments, so that the children that live there could have an Easter Egg hunt as well. The children at the Child Development Center enjoy helping out when they can. They have a fun and exciting time while they are helping others.


Anybody noticed how beautiful the dogwoods have been this year? Vicky Hoilman took this picture of one of the many beautiful dogwoods in bloom all around the area.


This was taken in the Little Switzerland area last week after one of the rain storms.


Taken Easter Sunday morning at the Sunrise Service, on the Parkway. Grassy Creek Baptist Church. Sent in by S. Pittman.


"Fifties Day" was recently held at City Drive In in Spruce Pine. Photo sent in by Emma Buxton.


Good Friday hail storm on Carters Ridge Road, 4/10/09 about 4:30pm. Sent in by S. Pittman.

Timothy Whitson age 12 caught his first big fish on April 4, 2009 at North Toe River in Avery County. It is a 20 inch rainbow trout. Photo by  Ann Whitson.


MaryLee Yearick took this photo Tuesday morning, April 7th.


Darlene and Keely Griffith took this picture last September of a honey bee on a flower


Sam has a good home. But there are lots of dogs that don't. If you  are looking for a good dog (or cat) check with the Mitchell Animal Shelter. Call 765-6952.


Daffodils always make us think of Spring!


This is a picture of the sky over the Roan one morning recently,  before daylight. Photo by Sandra Calhoun. 


Look closely and you'll see that only do choosy mothers choose JIF peanut butter--so do squirrels! Betty Barrier got this photo of a little guy helping himself to the last of the jar.


Mountains Sunday after a light snow. Photo by David Phillips.

Wrapped up and ready to go on a hike. Jeremy takes David Ardell out for a day on the trails near Mt. Mitchell.
 


Sophie is ready for a second chance for love. She is just gorgeous. Sophie is 5 years old and a Himalayan and Siamese mix. Adoption fee is $60. Mitchell County Animal Shelter 765-6952

 

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