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Wednesday, March 17, 2004

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Our Newsletter is sponsored by The Bank of Stanly this month:

Bank of Stanly "Making A Difference", in Stanly County, for 20 years. Our mission is to provide first-class financial services to our neighbors, building upon our person-to-person approach to meeting customer needs. Recognizing that there is always a face before there's an account, we welcome the opportunity to discuss how we can assist you. (704) 983-6181

Bank of Stanly, Making A Difference in Stanly County

Family In Need
Paul and Sherry Polzin of the Endy Community are in need of assistance from the community. The Polzin's 4 year old daughter, Abby, was born multiple pelvic bone and organ deformities. Abby has already undergone numerous surgeries and will undergo many more. With medical bills, including deductibles, co-pays and medications, along with extended stays near the hospital in Seattle, Washington, finances on the Polzin's are strained. Little Abby is need of a immediate operation in Seattle and her parents are asking any assistance that the community can offer. The Polzin's are facing the cost of the trip to Seattle and lodging for her mother while there. Anyone who would like to help should send donations, made out to "Abby Bagwell", to West Albemarle Baptist Church, 336 Church Street, Albemarle, NC 28001. You may contact the church at 704-982-5127.

Outdoorsman Bonanza
Outdoorsman Bonanza
The Outdoorsman Bonanza will be held Saturday, April 3, 2004 at the The Stanly County Agri-Civic Center. The ADDC will be giving away $100,000 in prizes. Prizes will be given away every 5 minutes.

For more details and a list of prizes to be given away, click here.

On Golden Pond
Don't miss the Uwharrie Players' production of "On Golden Pond" at Central Elementary School on Thursday, March 18, Friday, March 19 and Saturday March 20 at 8:00 each evening. "On Golden Pond" is the story of Norman and Ethel Thayer, an aging couple who are returning to their summer place, just as they have for the past 47 years. This year is different, though, as their daughter Chelsea is visiting, accompanied by Bill, her new boyfriend, and Billy, his son. Conflicts between Norman and Chelsea, which have been going on for years, further develop upon her arrival at the lake. Billy is eventually responsible for the resolution of the conflicts between father and daughter. On Golden Pond is both hilarious and touching-don't miss this one. Tickets are $10.00 and are available at the door.

United Way Awards
Find out which companies took home top awards for the 2003-2004 United way campaign year. Each year, United Way recognizes Employee Campaigns with Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. President's Awards and the Employee and Campaign Leadership Awards. The 2004 Campaign Awards are scheduled to air on Time Warner Cable Channel 7 at 7 p.m. Monday, March 22, Tuesday, March 23 and Wednesday March 24.

Stanly County Partnership for Children
Stanly County Partnership for Children will host a production of "Who Made That Green Glob Appear?" at the Stanly County Agri-Civic Center. This is a Kamp Kreatures Puppet Show by Magical Puppet Creations that lets everyone be part of the fun. You can help Snore the Bear convince Eager Beaver to tell the truth because you never know what will happen if YOU DON'T TELL THE TRUTH. Kettle the Possum loves to invite the kids to play along with harmonicas as she sings one of her fun songs. Don't miss the Funky Skunky Dance Contest because the winners walk away with a prize. Whether you want to laugh, sing or be mesmerized by magic, you're sure to have a terrific time with these Kamp Kreatures. For ticket information, call 704-982- 2038.

The Drama Goes On and On
"The Drama goes on and on...", an exhibit of the history of drama at West Stanly High School from 1962- present. Past participants of WSHS drama department are invited to come and participate or bring memrobelia by March 22 for display. The opening program will begin at 2pm on Sunday, April 4. The exhibit will remain on display through mid-June.


 

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