A Native American Culture Festival featuring traditional dance, music, storytelling, arts and crafts will bring a colorful and fresh vibe to the downtown area of Thomasville this year. The event — similar to a powwow — will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1 at the Central Recreation Center, 205 E. Main St.
For the first time, the Thomasville Rotary Club will host the annual Chili Cook-off, set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1 at PACE Park Amphitheater and Farmer’s Market, 21 Guilford St., Thomasville. It won’t, however, be the first time the Rotarians have rolled up their sleeves to help area charities.
On Tuesday evening, Oct. 14, over 200 friends and family members of TCS students and staff gathered at T. Austin Finch Auditorium for an ESL Celebration. The hour long ceremony honored students who’ve exited the program, as well as those who’ve made excellent progress in English language development.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved Tuesday the acceptance of Community Block Development Grants and the option to purchase four properties from the Davidson County Economic Development Commission. The land is designated for use by the future I-85 Corporate Center, LLC.
Ceremony was held Saturday at Lexington YMCA
Friday's victory marks the first time East Davidson has ever beaten Thomasville in football
Lady Panthers win just one singles match
Oops! On the pumpkin paragraph in our last article we said to now look for the pumpkins at Memorial UMC. If we had only read our church sign, we would have had the correct date. But, the pumpkins have now arrived at Memorial United Methodist Church and are on sale daily until all are sold.
During our ongoing Geek the Library campaign we’ve gotten great feedback from the community about the library and the services we provide. Is there something we can improve or a service you’d like the library to provide? We want to know how we can serve you better because we geek you!
As Christians we are not supposed to say certain words. We all know them; they are right on the tips of our tongues. Go into any high school in America and you will hear those words used quite often. If the principal at any high school disciplined every student who used profane words, they wouldn’t do anything else all day long. My column today is not about those four letter words or their use in high schools, in music or in movies. We could all do a little work at guarding our minds and tongues in regard to those four letter words.