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Enjoying Nature: Who doesn't love spiders?
Who doesn't love spiders? Probably just about everyone hates spiders, yet many more people in the U.S. die from pet dog or pet cat bites than spider bites. Most information that I can find states that probably only one or two people per year die from spider bites in the U.S. Of more than 3,500 species of spiders in the U.S., only the black widow and the brown recluse are a threat to humans.
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Panel works to damper infestation of historic evergreens
Our committee wishes to take this opportunity to say thank you to the many who attended the seminars, the classroom instructions and the Town Hall meeting. As a result, we have begun to put a damper on the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) and its infestation of our historic evergreens.
Local advisor awarded designation
Local financial advisor, Jordan M. Witt, has been awarded professional designation as a Registered Financial Associate (RFA). This action was taken by the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants, a non-profit educational and professional organization established in 1984.
Make your own lip balm July 23
Students in a new spa-product class will learn how to make their own natural lip balm. The lip balm class is scheduled for Wednesday, July 23, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Art Guild’s Plateau Creative Arts Center (PCAC).
Tabitha Abigail and Calliope Cassandra
In a place of postage stamp-size yards and houses situated on alleys lived many mature females who had become widows during the last decade. Widowhood had reduced them to getting together for playing card games, enjoying concerts, and attending mass at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Needless to say, these ladies were as close as sisters.
Young fishermen have a great day
The Fairfield Glade Bass Club and the Community Club held it's annual 4th of July Kid's Fishing Derby on July 5. The weather this year was beautiful and several kids participated.
Habitat moves faith into action
Moving faith into action, Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity (CCHFH) constructed and raised the walls on their 56th home built in Cumberland County. This build day was an initiative put together by CCHFH Church Relations Committee Chairperson and Faith Worship Center pastor, Tim Chesson.
FFG Garden Club hosts UT speaker on fruit trees
Do you have fruit trees in your yard, or would you like to have fruit trees in your yard? The FFG Garden Club will meet again on Wednesday, July 16 to hear Dr. David Lockwood speak on just that topic.
Free summer reading event at Historic Rugby July 12
Heading for the beach and need a good read to take along? On Saturday, July 12, at 7 p.m. (eastern), come to the Rebecca Johnson Theater (Historic Rugby Visitor Center) for an evening with emerging author Janie Dempsey Watts. This free event will include readings and a book signing. Copies of Moon Over Taylor’s Ridge will be available for purchase.
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