1) App Students Host Eat-A-Thon for Two Rivers Community School
Don’t know what to eat? Eat with TRCS for the week! Bring this flyer with you and mention TRCS!
11/9 5:30-7:30 PM CHICK-FIL-A
11/10 4-8 PM CHIPOTLE
11/11 12-9 PM MENCHIE’S
11/12 11 AM-11 PM CHILI’S
From Nov. 9-13 an Eat-a-Thon will be held for Two Rivers Community School (TRCS). This Eat-a-Thon will be sponsored by various local restaurants around Boone. Each night for the week a different restaurant will donate a percentage of their proceeds to TRCS.
TRCS is a tuition free charter school that is dedicated to each student’s continuing discovery and development of self and community. They provide a learning environment that is relevant, active and project oriented. All aspects of the student’s experience at Two Rivers Community School will enhance his/her natural learning power.
The specific details of this Eat-a-Thon are listed in a flyer below. When dining at the restaurants, be sure to mention that you are there to support TRCS to your cashier or waiter. This will ensure that the portion of your meal will go to TRCS.
About Two Rivers Community School
Based in Boone, N.C., Two Rivers Community School is a tuition free public school that began in the 2005-2006 school year. For more information, visit our website: wp.trcsboone.org or call: (828) 262-5411. You can also friend us on Facebook at: Two Rivers Community School.
2) High Country Lifelong Learners Movie on Nov. 9: The Maltese Falcon
November 9th, 2015 – Watauga County Public Library – Meeting Room
High Country Lifelong Learners in association with the Watauga County Public Library invite you to join us for a movie viewing of The Maltese Falcon on November 9th from 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm.
A private detective takes on a case that involves him with three eccentric criminals, a gorgeous liar, and their quest for a priceless statuette.
Director: John Huston
Writers: John Huston (screenplay), Dashiell Hammett (based upon the novel by)
Stars: Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor
Nominated for 3 Oscars
This film has an MPAA rating of Not Rated and an approximate run-time of 100 minutes.
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3) NoveCelebrate National Family Caregiver Month
Presented each year by the High Country Caregiver Foundation (HCCF), local unpaid family and kinship caregivers will be treated to lunch at two of the region’s favorite independently owned restaurants. In honor of National Caregivers Month, HCCF host Caregiver Appreciation events each November to honor those who provide care for loved ones who are unable to care for themselves. Luncheon organizers are expecting more than one hundred Avery and Watauga county family and kinship caregivers in attendance this year. Their goal is to let these selfless devoted caregivers know that HCCF and its many supporters, acknowledge and appreciate all of their hard work and efforts on behalf of their loved ones.
The Avery Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon will be held on November 12th at the Pedalin Pig in Banner Elk. Attendees will be treated to a lunch consisting of BBQ chicken, ribs and pork and all of the “fixins”.
The Watauga Caregiver Appreciation Luncheon will be held on November 17th at Casa Rustica Italian Restaurant in Boone. Those attending this event will enjoy a salad, delicious pasta dishes, garlic bread and dessert.
Both events begin at 11:30 and are open, at no charge, to all Avery or Watauga unpaid family or kinship caregivers. Attendees will receive a goodie bag and have the opportunity to hear about available programs, services and resources to assist in their caregiving journey.
These events are made possible by the generous support of our sponsors. Some of this year’s luncheon sponsors include: Bayada Nurses, Boone United Methodist Church, Appalachian Brian Estates, Medi Home Health & Hospice, Glenbridge Health & Rehabilitation, Cranberry House, Forest Ridge Assisted Living, Deerfield Ridge Assisted Living, Appalachian Home Care, Casa Rustica, The Pedalin Pig, High Country Area Agency on Aging, High Country Council of Governments, V. Tate Davis Law Office, High Country Home Care, Hospice & Palliative Care of the Blue Ridge, Compassionate Hearts Home Care, Lifecare Center of Banner Elk, Brian Center of Spruce Pine, Pruitt Health Hospice, and Gentiva Home Health.
There is no charge for these luncheons but you must RSVP. To reserve your spot or for more information, contact Brenda Reece at (828) 828-265-5434, ext. 128, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4) Acapellageddon Set for Nov. 15 at ASU
Acapellageddon, Appalachian State University’s annual a cappella competition, will be held Nov. 15 on campus. This year eight groups will take the stage at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts to compete for various prizes beginning at 7 p.m.
Advance tickets are $5 for Appalachian students. Tickets for the general public and at the door will be $7. Tickets may be purchased at the Schaefer Center box office, by calling 262-4046 or online at http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?organ_val=21217.
The competition will be fierce, and the performances will be dynamic and entertaining as the groups battle to the top.
About the groups
Lost in Sound is one of the oldest co-ed a cappella groups at Appalachian. They perform a number of times each year and have a variety of songs.
One Acchord, formerly known as Streets Ahead, is an a cappella group whose No. 1 goal is to have fun. They sing because they love music and build family around it.
Voicemale is an all-male a cappella group. They say they are just a bunch of guys who dance and sing on stage in a crazy fashion that cannot be replicated anywhere else.
Ear Candy is an all-female a cappella group. They have been awarded “Best All-Female Group” at Acapellageddon for the past four years.
Treble Attraction is Appalachian’s original all-female a cappella group. They perform a variety of arrangements. Kinship and community is an important aspect of the group.
Higher Ground is Appalachian’s first all-male a cappella group. They are a group of guys from different backgrounds and walks of life who have come together to make music.
The Mountain Ayres are Appalachian’s newest all-female a cappella group. They are a talented group of singers with a variety of songs ranging from Disney tunes to today’s hits.
Enharmonix is a co-ed a cappella group on campus. They claim to be Appalachian’s most diverse a cappella sound with a set list that includes genres in pop, country, hip-hop, alternative and more.
Acapellageddon is sponsored by Appalachian Popular Programming Society.
For more information, please contact Marlena Parra or Daniel Basseet at 828-262-3032.