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Hoofprints 4-H and Youth Horse Show was held Saturday, June 20, beginning at noon at the Wayne Proffitt Agricultural Center Arena.

The first show of the season was a great opportunity for young people to experience their first show and to sharpen up their skills. Competition classes included English and Western classes, games, events and fun classes for all levels.

For more information about Hoofprints or any other 4-H youth program, contact Tammara Talley, Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development at (828)349-2226 or email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Cowee Baptist Church is getting creative for this year’s Vacation Bible School, which will feature Ned and Joan Way, professional illusionists, jugglers, and family/kids evangelists. Ned and Joan have performed for Ringling Brother’s/Barnum & Bailey Circus, Disney Land, Disney World and as part of the Billy Graham Crusade.

This year’s VBS theme is Son Sparks Lab. At the amazing SonSpark Labs, children will explore God’s life-changing plan as they find out the answers to life’s most important questions. They will discover that God loves them and that through Jesus they can be members of God’s family and personally experience God’s plan for each of us—GP4U=J!


Get ready for a celebration of Scottish fun, food, music and culture for the whole family as Franklin’s Taste of Scotland & Celtic Festival takes to the streets Saturday, June 20, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

“North Carolina has more residents of Scottish heritage than any other state in the union,” said Doug Morton, event chairman. “In fact, North Carolina has more Scots than Scotland. This festival and supporting events is a sampler of everything Scottish. We have a great weekend planned for sure and we invite everyone to come and enjoy.”


The public is invited to enter their best “Taste of Scotland” scones this year during the 2015 Taste of Scotland event on Saturday, June 20, in Franklin. Bakers will be competing for prizes, including a $75 first place award and $25 runner up. Judges will score the scones on taste (45%), texture (45%), and presentation (10). Entrants will need to drop off a serving plate with at least four scones and a copy of their recipe to Rosebud Cottage on Main Street in Franklin between 9:30 and 9:50 a.m. Judging will begin at 10 sharp. Winners will be announced from the Gazebo Stage at 10:55 a.m. or immediately following the parade.

Scots love scones They think of them like New Yorkers think of bagels, but even more often. They can eat scones for breakfast, at lunch, for snacks, and even after dinner. There’s even a controversy about the scone name. In Scotland, there are museums dedicated to the history of the scone. Scones can be savory or sweet, plain or with fruit or spices, as long as it can be eaten with jam and butter. They should be moist and flaky, not grainy or crumbly.


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