61st Annual Macon County Fair :: September 17-20 @ Wayne Proffitt Agricultural Center - 441 South, Franklin, NC

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Teen Challenge of the Smokies (TC) is working hard to combat addictions in teens, young adults and adults.

Terry Teppert, director of the newly opened Sylva Teen Challenge facility, said that TC is dedicated to helping anyone — not just teens — with a serious addiction and a serious desire to change. “These people are seen as the modern day lepers,” Teppert said. “Alcohol used to be the drug of choice that was viewed as hopeless, then it was marijuana, then it was cocaine and then meth ... but TC believes that as long as there is breath in their bodies, there is always hope.”

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Wayne Swank (L) drew the Ace of Clubs and won $302 in the 50/50 drawing at the July 13th Rotary Club of Franklin Meeting.

50/50 Proceeds benefit the Shop with a Cop Program conducted by the Macon County Sheriff’s Office.

Shop with a Cop is a program to provide Christmas gifts to children who may not otherwise have Christmas presents.

With Swank is Detective Tony Corbin of the Macon County Sheriff’s Office.

Nantahala Hiking Club recently installed new officers.

Pictured (L-R) are George Gover, vice president; Bill Van Horn, member at large; Dee Kennedy, treasurer; Gail Lehman, member at large; David Lippy, president.

Not pictured are San Ho Choi, vice president; Dan Rogers, member at large; Chris Shaw, member at large; Nancy Sapin, membership; and Don Depiero, member at large.

The next meeting of the club will be its annual picnic Saturday, Aug. 13, 3 p.m., at Big Bear Park.

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The Otto Garden Club installed officers at its monthly meeting, held at the Rana Rinata restaurant, Wednesday, June 22.

They are (L-R) Janet Hill, president; Delores Nichols, vice president; Kim Lippy, secretary; and Velma Zeek, treasurer.

The next meeting will be Wednesday, July 20, at the Otto Community Building at 1 p.m. to carpool to a private home for a gardening presentation on “Gardening for Wildlife” by Debby Boots.

Call Joan Palmroos for details at (828)369-2801.

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