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									SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2010/Cherokee Tribune                                                              LIFESTYLE                                                                                          PAGE 3D




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AARP GIVES BACK: The Woodstock Chapter of AARP recently completed its annual Thanksgiving donations drive for the benefit of MUST Cherokee. The chapter meets at 11:30
a.m. on the second Tuesday of the month at Featherstone’s at Towne Lake Hills. The group’s next project is collecting gifts for Toys for Tots. For information, call (770) 926-1944.
Above left: Treasurer Marge Sanford loads up some donations. Above right: Chapter President Rich Sanford presents a financial donation to Dale Cooper of MUST Cherokee.




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                                                       Johnston wrote the introduction. The     “Try Marriage Before Divorce” at a      woodstock.com.                          3901. Reservations are requested.
                                                       book is $25. The event includes a        reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on     CONCERT: St. Paul AME Church            www.autumnhillnursery.com.
                                                       sneak peek at the new space that         Friday at Yawn’s Books & More,          will present a free Pre-Thanksgiving
                                                       will become the Museum of Chero-         210 Main St., downtown Canton.          Concert at 5 p.m. on Saturday with      UPCOMING
                                                       kee County History and Visitors          Admission is free. (678) 880-1923.      special guest Hya Praise under the      CONCERT: Falany Performing Arts
Continued from Page 1D                                 Center. Admission is free; refresh-      CONCERT: Cherokee Presbyterian          direction of Cord Franklin Jr. The      Center will present Reinhardt Uni-
                                                       ments will be served. (770) 345-         Church will present a benefit concert   church is at 390 Crisler St., Canton.   versity Symphony Orchestra’s fall
Boutique, 103 Bowles Dr., Wood-                        3288; www.rockbarn.org.                  at 7:30 p.m. on Friday featuring        (770) 479-9691.                         concert at 7:30 p.m. on Monday,
stock. There will be a question-and-                   LUNCH: The William G. Long               local Christian artist Charles Lutz     PICKLEBALL: The “Pickled Pilgrim        Nov. 22. Admission is $5. The cen-
answer session, refreshments and                       Senior Center will present its annual    (www.chaslutzmusic.com) to raise        Playoff” benefitting the Cherokee       ter is at 7300 Reinhardt Cir., Wales-
giveaways. (678) 494-5800; info@                       Thanksgiving Luncheon at 11 a.m.         money for Reformation Hope              County Humane Society is on Satur-      ka. (770) 720-5558;
houseandgardenboutique.com.                            on Thursday at the Woodstock             (www.reformationhope.org) for Haiti.    day, Nov. 20, and Sunday, Nov. 21,      www.reinhardt.edu/fpac.
                                                       Community Center at 108 Arnold           Admission is free; donations will be    in Macedonia. The entry fee is $25      FESTIVAL: The Canton Main Street
THURSDAY                                               Mill Road downtown. The cost is          collected. The church is at 1498        and includes a T-shirt. 770) 401-       Program presents a Fourth Friday
AUTHOR: Renea Winchester will                          $7.50; reservations are due by Nov.      Johnson Brady Road in                   7355;                                   Night Stroll at 5 p.m. Friday in
sign copies of “In the Garden with                     16. (678) 445-6518.                      Macedonia. (770) 704-9594.              go4baroque@mindspring.com.              downtown Canton. Stores will stay
Billy: Lessons About Life, Love and                    PLAY: The Cherokee County                                                        THEATER: Woodstock’s Main               open late, and there will vendors
Tomatoes” at 6 p.m. on Thursday at                     School District’s Academy Street         SATURDAY                                Street Sessions series will feature     selling their artwork and handmade
Yawn’s Books & More, 210 Main                          Theatre Group’s performances of          BAZAAR: Heritage Baptist Fellow-        performances by the Cherokee The-       goods. There is no charge for per-
St., downtown Canton. (678) 880-                       “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”        ship will present the 13th Annual       atre Company at 1 p.m. on Satur-        formers or vendors to participate,
1923.                                                  children’s play are at 7:30 p.m. on      Heritage Holiday Bazaar from 9 a.m.     day. Admission is free. The series      but pre-registration is required. Far-
CONCERT: Reinhardt University’s                        Thursday and Friday at Sequoyah          to 2 p.m. on Saturday. There will be    presents cultural events at 1 p.m. on   ris Yawn at (678) 880-1922;
wind ensemble’s fall concert is at                     High School at 4485 Hickory Road         arts and crafts, themes gift baskets,   the third Saturday of the month at      www.yawnsbooks.com.
7:30 p.m. on Thursday at the Falany                    in Hickory Flat. Admission is $5. jan-   gifts, decorations, garden items,       Historic Dean’s Store, 8588 Main        STORY TIME: Author Susan
Performing Arts Center, 7300 Rein-                     icelewis@cherokee.k12.ga.us              homemade baked goods, canned            St., downtown Woodstock. (770)          Spain and illustrator Elizabeth
hardt Cir., Waleska. Admission is                                                               goods and pecans and concessions        924-0406; kbennett@oldetowne            Dulemba will read and sign copies
$5. (770) 720-5558;                                    FRIDAY                                   including ham and sausage biscuits,     woodstock.com.                          of the children’s book, “The 12 Days
www.reinhardt.edu/fpac.                                ART: The Arts Alliance of Georgia’s      homemade soup, chili and fried                                                  of Christmas in Georgia,” during the
HISTORY: A book signing for the                        “Holiday Feast of the Arts” show         apple pies, coffee and cider. The       SUNDAY                                  children’s story time program at 11
Cherokee County Historical Soci-                       and sale is from 2 to 9 p.m. on Fri-     church is at 3615 Reinhardt College     HOLIDAYS: Autumn Hill Nursery &         a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 27, at Fox-
ety’s new book, “Picture Perfect in                    day, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday       Parkway, Canton. (770) 479-9415.        Landscaping will present the free       Tale Book Shoppe. Admission is
Cherokee County: Selections from                       and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 21,      CEMETERY: Main Street Wood-             program “How to Remove the Worry        free. The store is at 105 E. Main St.,
the Buddy Alexander Collection” is                     at The Lodge at BridgeMill commu-        stock is offering a free walking tour   from Your Holidays” including deco-     Woodstock. (770) 516-9989;
from 4 to 7 p.m. on Thursday at the                    nity, 10451 Bells Ferry Road, Can-       of Historic Enon Cemetery from 3 to     rating, entertaining and shopping       www.foxtalebookshoppe.com.
Historic Courthouse, 100 North St.,                    ton. Admission is free. (678) 880-       4:30 p.m. on Saturday with Wood-        tips from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday at
downtown Canton. Mick Wagner                           8102.                                    stock City Historian Juanita Hughes.    both locations: 100 Pearidge Road,
wrote the book’s text, and Rebecca                     AUTHOR: Dr. James E. Kilgore will        Reservations are required. (770)        Canton, (770) 345-5252; 4256 Ear-            Send Cherokee events to
                                                       sign copies of the new edition of        924-0406; kbennett@oldetowne            ney Road in Hickory Flat, (770) 442-      bjacoby@cherokeetribune.com.




Milestones
  Engagements
                                                                                                                                 CELEBRATING
                                                                                                                          Engagements • Weddings • Anniversaries


                Wester~Welch




      Ms. Marie Wester is honored to
  announce the marriage of her daughter,
  Amanda Susan to James Caleb Welch.
  The ceremony took place on October 9,
  2010 at West Duplin FWB Church in
  Warsaw, NC.
      The bride is the daughter of Marie
  Wester and the late Gary Wester of
  Canton. Grandparents are Edward and
  Ruby Hamrick of Canton and the late
  Charlie and Wanda Wester of Kennesaw.
      The groom is the son of David and
  Lisa Welch, Jr. of Mt. Olive, NC.
  Grandparents are David and Jerri Welch,
  Sr. of Stanley, NC and Kenny and Eula
  Wells of Bedford, VA and the late Faye
  Wells.
      The bride is a 2006 graduate of
  Cherokee High School and is employed
  by Matthews Cutting Horses in Turkey,
  NC.
      The groom is a 2008 graduate of
  Faith Christian Academy in Goldsboro,
  NC and is employed by Carolina Siding
  and Gutters in Mt. Olive, NC.
      After a honeymoon in Pigeon Forge
  the couple are residing in Turkey, NC.




   Engagement Tip:
   Immediately after becoming engaged start off
   by telling those closedt to you that you are en-
   gaged! Typically, the bride’s parents are told
   first, then the grooms immediately afterwards.
   While a visit in person is nice, if your par-
   ents live far away, over the phone will work
   just fine. Both of you should be present.
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