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Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins What Grandma Taught us About Bleach and Mold Ain’t Necessarily So Has grandma or mom told you that…

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Categories Chamber Events Community Interest COVID-19 Related Economic Development in Cherokee County Food & Brew For Immediate Release From the Executive Director Human Interest Member Spotlight Members Miscellaneous Our Great Outdoors Visit NC Farms Where WNC Begins ‘Tis the Season What is generally considered the most festive time of year, filled with good cheer and…

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Navigating Medicare Enrollment 2020 Are you enrolled in Medicare or do you need to be? Navigating the ins and outs of this can be rather like the Bermuda Triangle. Talk to some who live and breathes Medicare, Medicare Supplements, Medicare Part D Drug plans and Part C Advantage plans: Pat Pratt with Pratt Insurance. Pratt…

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2nd Annual Welcome Home Veterans Tribute Oct. 31 in Andrews NC

2nd Annual “Welcome Home Veterans” Event Honors Local Veterans If you have been alive any length of time you have encountered a Veteran. We are generally familiar with Veterans we know personally; a relative, a neighbor, a co-worker, a friend, or even just a light acquaintance. But what about all those encounters with Veterans that…

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Support Victims of Abuse | Photo by Elle Hughes, Pexels

GUEST POST: CECELIA CRAWFORD for DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH How to Support Victims of Abuse Cecilia Crawford, Executive Director of Reach, Inc in Murphy, NC, has written an insightful guest post about Domestic Violence in recognition of this being Domestice Violence Awareness Month. Crawford’s article turns attention, not to the direct victims of violence, but…

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