Our Newsletter is sponsored by Sandcastle Resorts in Myrtle Beach.
2005 Beach Blast
Visit the StanlyCountyOnline.com booth during the 2005 Beach Blast in Downtown Albemarle for prize giveways, free face painting,
air brush painting, clown balloon artists, Caricatures by Jeff and much more! Meet Sparkie the
Sparkplug from the NASCAR SpeedPark and Homer the Dragon from the Charlotte Knights Baseball
Team. Prizes will be given away throughout the day.
Click Here to view the StanlyCountyOnline.com schedule of events for the 2005 Beach Blast
Click Here for the Albemarle Downtown Development Beach Blast '05 event information
Beach Blast 5K
The Uwharrie Running Club invites you to run/walk in the:
Beach Blast 5K
Saturday Morning 8:00 May 21st
Albemarle, NC. Make sure you smile coming across the finish line as Carter Video will video the days Beach Blast activities and put together a 30-45 minute show to be broadcast on Local Cable Access Channel 7! Brian Carter said the program will probably run 3 or 4 times.
Vac & Dash has agreed to be the sole sponsor of the program!
Click here to learn more.
Spring Fling 2005 - April 23, 2005
Sponsored by Stanfield Parks and Recreation and Stanfield School. Schedule of events is as follows:
Cruise In and Swap Meet to be held on Old School Field and along South Loves Chapel Road.
Antique Car/Truck/Motorcycle Cruise In.
Swap Meet and Vendors will be available.
Come out and view the cars/trucks of yesteryear and motorcycles.
Food Vendors will be available
(Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, BBQ, Chips, etc.)
Click Here to learn more about this upcoming event!
Farmers Market Spring Craft Fair 2005
April 30th, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm at Market Station in Downtown Albemarle. Come out and enjoy homemade arts and crafts as we kick start the new Market
season with the first craft fair of the year. Vendors from all over the area will gather at Market Station to show their wares as we welcome in Spring.
Click Here to see more about what is going in our area!
Report from Raleigh
Currently North Carolina and New York are the only states which require the counties to pay a portion of Medicaid benefits. The New York Legislature has passed a bill to cap Medicaid costs for that state's counties for the upcoming fiscal year and completely phase out county funding of benefits by 2008. Similar legislation has been introduced in the North Carolina General Assembly. If this legislation is not adopted, North Carolina will have the dubious distinction of being the only state requiring county participation in Medicaid benefits after the New York phase out in 2008.
Click here to the rest of the report from Raleigh.
Need a Pet?
The Stanly County Animal Shelter has many pets in need of a good home. Give an animal a home.
To see some of the animals please