Rep. Virginia Foxx to Visit Two Rivers Community School Tuesday
Local Congresswoman Plans Visit to High Country’s Only Public-Charter School
Boone, NC, October 19, 2016 On Tuesday, October 25th, Representative Virginia Foxx will visit Two Rivers Community School. The Congresswoman is expected to arrive early in the school day for a tour, introduction to students, and a conversation with the school’s Director about the successes and challenges of Two Rivers Community School.
This is the first time the school has ever had a member of Congress visit its campus. Dr. David Rizor, School Director, says,” We’re excited about the visit. Public-charter schools are often misunderstood in the challenges they face. It’s great when public officials invest energy in learning more about school choice and the benefits of public-charter schools.” The Two Rivers’ students and staff are thrilled for the Congresswoman’s visit. “It is a great opportunity to share student work and the unique learning experience facilitated by our staff,” adds Rizor.
Two Rivers Community School is the only public-charter school in the high country region of Virginia Foxx’s district. It is an NC Green School of Quality and has been recognized twice as a NC School of Excellence. The Congresswoman’s visit represents the achievements of Two Rivers’ students throughout the years and the wonderful vision of the school’s staff and Board of Directors.
Founded in 2005, Two Rivers Community School is a North Carolina Green School of Quality serving grades K-8. It is a tuition-free public-charter school located in Boone, NC under the leadership of a Board of Directors made up of local community members. The Two Rivers curriculum challenges students with dynamic learning experiences both in and out of the classroom. Academics are at the core of every student opportunity with the expectation that students grow in both character and intellect during their time at Two Rivers. This year the school’s enrollment is 175 students with space still available. If you would like to learn more about Two Rivers Community School, please contact Beth Vossen at 828-262-5411 or email at email@example.com.
Grandfather Mountain Book Signing with Author Randy Johnson Friday
From 11 am to 3 pm on Friday October 21st Randy Johnson will be signing books at the Blue Ridge Parkway’s Linn Cove Viaduct Visitor Center at Milepost 304.4. A number of his books will be available including his newest book Grandfather Mountain: The History and Guide to an Appalachian Icon, just nominated for the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award. Also on hand will be the brand new full color 3rd edition of Hiking North Carolina and Best Easy Day Hikes Blue Ridge Parkway. The visitor center is located on one of the Parkway’s most scenic sections, 12.6 miles south of the US 321/ US 221 Parkway entrance at Blowing Rock, and 0.7 mile north of the US 221 Parkway entrance near the Grandfather Mountain attraction and Linville.
Worship Artist Philip Hamrick in Concert at Local Lion Friday
See the show this Friday at Local Lion from 7pm-9:30pm. Hamrick’s new album was just released last Friday. Please see below for his new video from “Getting Stronger”.
Philip’s music is a worship/rock/singer-songwriter. It is a different type of worship album. Has a very unique sound.
Press release (album is called GETTING STRONGER) – http://www.dreamrecords.org/philip-hamrick-releases-debut-album-greater-stronger/
Facebook event link for The Local Lion
Music video for “The War” –
Philip Hamrick website and social media links:
Order on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/PhilipiTunes
(c) 2016 Philip Hamrick Songs
Gospel Singing Saturday at Mabel Baptist
Bethel School Scarecrow Sprint and Fall Festival Oct. 29
Wear your best costume and enjoy a fun 1.5 mile walk/run around Bethel Park! Adult run begins at 10 a.m. and the kids run will begin after. Candy will be given out . There will be inflatables and games for the kids to enjoy and lots of family fun for everyone. Participate in the walk/run for $10, a cake walk for $1 and get tickets for games and inflatables at four for $1. Unlimited inflatable bands are $10. All proceeds will support Bethel School’s PTSO.
The park is located adjacent to the school on Bethel Road in Sugar Grove.
Dessert Theater: Wilkes County Myths and Legends Oct. 20-23
October 20th,21th,22nd @ 7:30pm
October 23rd @ 2:00pm
Our Latest Dessert Theater:
Myths and Legends
BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE
Tickets are now on sale for Bleu Moon Productions’
“Wilkes County Myths and Legends”.
The play will be presented on
October 20,21,22 at 7:30 pm & October 23 at 2:00 pm
at the Bleu Moon Productions’ Actors Studio located at
216 Ninth Street, North Wilkesboro.
To purchase tickets, call 336-426-BLEU.
Tickets are $10. Due to limited seating,
tickets must be purchased in advance.
MasterCard and Visa are accepted.
Admission includes the performance, dessert and a drink.