70 Years ago Boonville High School Class of 42 had their Reunion May 6 at the Yadkin Valley Seafood. Four members were present Bobby Hobson, George Moxley, Howard Adams and Vivian Harrison, Four members not present were Mary Kate Shugart, Evelyn S. Smith, Callie Jane Caudle Windsor and Nancy Sue A Brooks. Girls basketball won Yadkin Valley Conference as well as Yadkin County, Albert Martin was the coach.
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•6 p.m.-YADKIN CIVITAN PRESENTS MUSIC IN THE PARK Yadkinville Community Park ~ North State Street/Hwy 601 Bring your lawn chairs and blankets for a family night out with great music! No Alcohol and No Coolers. June 9: Rockford Express ~ Bluegrass , July 21: Mixed Emotions ~ Beach Music , Aug 4 Rain Jacket ~ Oldies , Aug 25 Enon Boys ~ Gospel , Sept 8 Porch Dog Revival ~ Bluegrass , Food available by Yadkin Civitan. In case of rain, concerts will be moved to Yadkinville Elementary School. Free!!
•4 p.m.-6:30 p.m.- p.m.-Yadkin Farmers Market,open every Tuesday Evenings and Saturday morning from 8-12 in Yadkinville! Off US 601 North Take a right on Tennessee Rd. beside the Yadkinville Community Park. The Yadkin Farmers Market will be on the left behind the park. Selling fresh in season produce, plants, honey, baked goods, homemade crafts, eggs, goat dairy products, molasses, herbs, flowers, etc.
• 10:30 a.m.—Preschool storytime for ages 2-5 will be held at the Boonville Community Public Library every Thursday. This will consist of stories, songs, and crafts. For more information, call 367-7737. All of our libraries of the NWRL System has access of Ancestry.com for the year of 2012. Patrons can research the web through our libraries for the year. The Boonville Community Public Library is a branch of thirteen libraries of the Northwestern Regional Library System.
•6:30 p.m.-Every Thursday of each week we hold a program called TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) weight loss program. Each program has special tips and techniques to help benefit losing those unwanted pounds. Meeting at your local Boonville Community Public Library. Any Questions please call 336-367-7737
•8 a.m.-New Horizons Adults Day Services is taking donations for their thrift shop, 1917 Old Hwy 421 W. Yadkinville. For more information call 677-1385
•6 p.m.-Bingo every Tuesday at the Yadkin Moose Lodge. •7 p.m.-The Yadkin County Board of Health has regularly scheduled meetings on July 17, September 11, and November 20, 2012 at 7:00PM in the Yadkin County Commissioners’ Conference Room. The meetings are open to the public and members of the public may address the Board during a public comment period held at the beginning of each regularly scheduled meeting. The Public Comment period will provide three (3) minutes per speaker, up to five (5) speakers per meeting, for a total of fifteen (15) minutes, or at the discretion of the Board.
Saturday, May 26
•4 p.m.-until. CRUIS’N THE BLOCK MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND at Yadkinville Courthouse Square, Stay as long as you want! Live entertainment 5:30-7:30, Taylor Vaden Band ~ Country/Oldies. Food 4:00-6:00, Chicken Dinner Plates $8.00 ,Pick up at Yadkinville Methodist Church - Call for Tickets 679-2210 or 469-0355 Yadkin Civitan Fundraiser for YMCA Partners for Youth Veterans Ceremony 7:30pm - Night Parade 8:30pm Classic Cars, Tractors, Floats, etc. - Gather at Yadkinville Elementary School by 8pm NO DIRT BIKES OR FOUR-WHEELERS – NO WALKING – NO THROWING CANDY – NO HORSES MEMORIAL ACTIVITIES SPONSORED BY YADKIN CIVITAN & YADKINVILLE FIRE DEPT.
•7 a.m.-10 a.m.- WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! Country Style Breakfast, Sausage Gravy, Bacon, Biscuit, Eggs, Grits, & Drink, $7.00 donation at Forbush Volunteer Fire Department. For ticket information please call Billy Sapp at 961-4644 or any HOSA Booster member. Proceeds benefit FHS HOSA members attending the National Leadership Conference. Sponsored by FHS HOSA Boosters
•1 p.m. The Education Opportunities Center is conducting an Adults back To College, Free workshop at the Surry Community College Yadkin Center in the conference room.
•3 p.m.-Educational Opportunity Center hosts “Adults Back to College” class. One hour long. Free and open to the public. Located in the Community Links Center classroom (JobLink building) on 246 East Main St Yadkinville. Contact: Sarah Hodges, EOC Coordinator 336-909-2755
Saturday, June 9
•Once again, the Northwestern Regional Libraries, of which Boonville is a part of, are planning a fundraiser for the entire NWRL library system. This year’s fundraiser is a ‘Poker Run for Readers’. June 16 will be the rain date, if we have to change the date. Anyone can participate in this fundraiser. Motorcycle riders, as well as car drivers, can enter. There will be a different route for each. The library is accepting pre-registrations now. Those who pre-register get a free t-shirt. The deadline for pre-registration is Monday, May 7. The cost to register is $25 for driver; $15 each per riders. The Poker Run will begin at Freeborne’s Eatery & Lodge at the Laurel Springs Parkway Bridge, Mile Post 248. At Freeborne’s and at each stop, participants will draw a card. Each participant will need to plan to return to Freeborne’s by 5:30 p.m. for a free cookout and live music, at which time winners will be announced
Sunday, June 10
•1 p.m.-3 p.m.-Yadkin County Humane Society will be having a fundraiser. There will be games for the kids, kids can pet the animals at the vineyard and there will be wine tasting. Balloon release will be at 2:45. Event will take place at Hanover Park Vineyard at 1927 Courtney-Huntsville Rd, Yadkinville NC 27055. If you are interested in purchasing a balloon please let me now. They are $10 each and we can release the balloon for you, or hopefully you will be at the event to release or you can release at your home. June 10 is Pet Memorial Day so no better day to purchase a balloon in honor of you pet. The balloons are not just for your pets, they are for anyone you want to honor. We also get a percentage of the wine sells between 1-3. So please bring the whole family for some fun.
•10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.-Red Cross Blood Drive at Yadkinville United Methodist Church, 204 West Main Street, Family Life Center
Wednesday July 4 •10 a.m.-4th of July Parade, Yadkinville Elementary School, 305 North State Street, Hwy 601 Yadkinville. Presented by The Downtown Business Assoc. The Volunteer Fire Department and The Town Of Yadkinville, Parade and Festival starts at 10 a.m. and Fireworks at dark, Rain date Thursday July 5. For parade information, Yadkin Fire Department @ www.yvfd.org and booth info: email Brenda Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
•4pm-10pm- The Elkin Jaycees will host their 19th annual FOURTH OF JULY celebration including a spectacular firework display in the Elkin Park on Wednesday the fourth of July. Interested vendors or sponsors please contact the Elkin Jaycees on facebook or email@example.com
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