Archive for July 2008

A Man After The Community’s Heart

Charles E. Blair, M.D. by Roy Harris, Sharon West, and other contributors  “Deacon Harris, come on in.” I get a big hug and smile. “Have Read more »

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City Presents Parks, Recreation, Cultural Arts, and Greenways Master Plan Findings & Recommendation

The City of Asheville will host a public meeting to present the preliminary findings and recommendations of the Parks, Recreation, Cultural Arts and Greenways Master Read more »

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Meet the Eagle Market Renaissance Development Team

Eagle Market Renaissance (EMR), South Pack Square Redevelopment information meeting will be held on Monday, July 21, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Read more »

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Shiloh – a Celebration of Community

Shiloh’s 2008 Annual Community Celebration by Johnnie Grant The Shiloh Community Association held its annual community celebration June 21, 2008 with the completion of the Read more »

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ABIPA is Positioned for Sustainability

Elaine Robinson, new Executive Director for the Asheville Buncombe Institute for Parity Achievement (ABIPA). The Asheville Buncombe Institute for Parity Achievement (ABIPA) Board of Directors Read more »

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Bele Chare: Music Schedule

Friday, July 25, Noon to 11 p.m. U.S. Cellular Celebration Stage at Memorial Stadium  Third World 7:30-8:30  The Wailers 9:00-11:00 Rock n’ Kiss Stage at Read more »

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BELE CHERE Events

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Building on the Past – Then & Now: St. Anthony of Padua School and New City Christian School

Having fun at recess are: (L -R), Kristin Payne (teacher’s aide), Keyasia Meade, William Bradley, Kyree Tucker, Ebony Goodine, Aalias Ellis, Kolson Ellis, Troy Clement, Read more »

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A Community-Wide Rally & Workshop: Solutions for gangs, drugs, and crime

Please Reserve July 19, 2008 and Participate! Saturday, July 19, 2008 – 9:30 am to 12:30 afternoon. Breakfast Served: 8:30 am to 9:15 am. Lunch Read more »

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Harvard University Helps Under-Financed Student

Harvard University announced over the weekend that from now on undergraduate students from low-income families will pay no tuition. In making the announcement, Harvard’s president Read more »

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