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Friends of the Jackson County Public Library are featuring this Bear Went Over the Mountain quilt as a fund raiser for the Sylva library.

Custom-crafted locally by Carolina Quilters, the generous, queen-size (91 x 109”) quilt is alternately available for viewing at the library and the FOL Used Book Store in downtown Sylva. Raffel ticketsare $1 each or six for $5 and are available at the book store or from any FOL member or volunteer.

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Pictured are Crystal Nix with Macon Program for Progress, and Beverly Barnett, president of Kiwanis of Franklin.

Nix spoke to the Kiwanis Club of Franklin on March 19 about MPP's summer lunch program for children in Franklin needing the program.

The lunch program provides lunch for any child in Franklin who would otherwise go hungry. The children do not have to meet any requirements.

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The sight of brightly colored pinwheels blowing in the breeze brings back happy memories of childhood days when no one else in the entire world was as important and special and loved as you. It is for the sake of children and building happy childhood memories that KIDS Place is promoting Pinwheels for Prevention during April for Child Abuse Prevention Month.

“We are very excited about this year's awareness campaign,” said Alisa W. Ashe, KIDS Place executive director. KIDS Place is collaborating with local businesses, churches, and other agencies to display more than 2,000 pinwheels in 48 pinwheel gardens in Franklin. "By displaying these symbols of childhood, we want to call attention to the problem of abuse in our community and encourage everyone to be a positive support for children and families." Additionally, the blue bows on lamp posts in downtown Franklin are to commemorate Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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The Macon County Fireman’s Association (MCFA) is sponsoring its annual “Fireman of the Year” banquet on Saturday, April 13. Honorees will be treated to a special dinner and will receive an award in recognition of their outstanding efforts for serving the community as volunteers.

The respected “Firefighter of the Year” accolade has been determined by fellow department members within each district and has been based upon excellence of individual performance, participation and support as team members.

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