DID YOU KNOW??

CALDWELL COUNTY

~Has the most public sculptures

 per capita in the US

~Has one of the few National

Wild and Scenic Rivers

~Has a museum of vintage

vending machines

~Hosts the NC State

Blackberry Festival

~Is on the Blue

Ridge Music Trail

 

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for upcoming events & more

Winkler Square

114 Clement St.

 

4,885 +/- Sq Ft.

Boone- prime retail/office

space for lease

 

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Custom upfit options

Parking included

Natural gas available

Partial interior finish $20/sf

 

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GREENWAY MEDICAL

ASSOCIATES

welcomes

 

ERIN HOWARD, PA

who is now

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

 

She joins

Marshall C. Murrey, MD

Karen Williams, FNP

 

CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS

828-264-0550

 

 

 

The Mountain Alliance

Dining Guide

 

$60 for $300 of savings!

 

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Buy one, get one 

FREE coupons 

at these 28 local

restaurants!!!

 

Click here to purchase today!

 

The North Carolina Blackberry

Festival takes place in Historic

Downtown Lenoir, NC

every summer.

 

Come to experience the

world's largest patchwork of

blackberry cobbler, live music,

beer garden, food, children's

activities and much more,

in the majestic foothills of

the Blue Ridge Mountains!  

 

The NC Blackberry Festival is

Fri July 7 - Sat July 8, 2017


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Watauga Humane Society's Shoe Drive Fundraiser

The Watauga Humane Society is kicking off their Shoe Drive! From May 15 until July 15, drop off used, new, or gently worn, clean shoes (no torn shoes, please), paired with string or rubber bands, at the Watauga Humane Society or Bare Bones Boutique. The shoes will help raise funds for the care, feeding, love and medical needs of our shelter animals. All donated shoes will then be redistributed throughout the Funds2Orgs network of microenterprise partners in developing nations. Funds2Orgs helps impoverished people start, maintain and grow businesses in countries such as Haiti, Honduras and other nations in Central America and Africa. Proceeds from the shoe sales are used to feed, clothe and house their families.. By donating shoes to the Watauga Humane Society, the shoes will be given a second chance and make a difference in peopleâs lives. Also, join our ONE BAG CHALLENGE. Fill a bag with 25 pairs of shoes, from friends, neighbors and co-workers & drop them off by June 15th!

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