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Big hats, tall hats, little hats, small hats. All are welcome as the town of Dillsboro hosts its 25th annual Easter Hat Parade on Saturday, March 30.

The parade, a Dillsboro tradition the Saturday before Easter, begins at 2 p.m. and showcases a variety of interesting hats atop people - and pets - of all ages.

If you can't find a festive fedora, fear not. Hat-making takes place on the lawn of Dogwood Crafters.

Meanwhile, official hat judges award prizes in more than 20 categories, such as: biggest, smallest, funniest, most unusual, "poofy-est," most creative, most Easterlike, best-smelling, and most outrageous. Last year, approximately 250 entrants were in the contest.


Mickey and Teresa Tallent would like to announce the wedding of their daughter, Amy Marie Tallent to Gionny Demont.

The wedding will take place on May 18, 2013 at Coweeta Baptist Church.

Invitations will be sent.




The newly-formed Mountain Community Orchestra is growing fast. As expected, some sections of the orchestra are growing faster than others. Seats in the woodwinds and brass are pretty well filled but additional experienced string players are urgently needed.

Musicians have a wide range of performance experience, from playing in school bands to professional orchestras. Some musicians haven’t played in years and are experiencing the pleasure of making music again.


From left, Martha Keener, Kathy Breedlove and Maura Morris are presented with the Club's Family and Community Service Award.

The award recognizes their efforts in helping the club with the Roy Rickman Scholarship and youth programs.

The presentation was made at the Feb. 27 meeting by club president Gary Dills (R).

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