Remembering 9/11 :: September 11, 2001

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Western Carolina University invites prospective college students, families and friends as the university holds its first Open House of the fall semester on Saturday, Sept. 15.

Hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admission, Open House gives visitors a chance to tour the campus, learn about the university’s wide array of academic programs and extracurricular opportunities, and find out the important details of topics such as financial aid.

The day’s activities will begin with registration and an academic fair located around the concourse of WCU’s Ramsey Regional Activity Center. Following a welcome session in the main arena of the Ramsey Center, prospective students will have a chance to engage in more in-depth academic sessions led by WCU faculty members.

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Shaina Adkins, Executive Director of Macon County Carenet spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Franklin August 15 about the organizations efforts in serving the community.

Care Net has helped over 670 familes year to date and has distributed over 100 thousand pounds of food to needy familes while taking in over 50 thousand pounds of donated food.

CareNet is in need of personal hygiene donations from the community to provide for needy families.

When schools throughout Macon County opened their doors in early August, one school shut its doors for good. Although Cowee Valley Elementary school will no longer be filled with students each year, it will continue to teach generations in the community for years to come.

A plan that has been several years in the makings is closer to coming to fruition for what to do with the historic school, which first opened its doors in 1941. Last Tuesday, Stacy Guffey with the Land Trust for the Little Tennessee River presented county commissioners with a business plan to turn the former school into a multi-purpose facility for the Cowee Community.

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The American Red Cross faces a critical need for blood donations as summer winds down and the Labor Day holiday approaches.

Although an emergency appeal for donors in early summer temporarily stopped a decline in donations, results from July show that Red Cross blood donations for the month were the lowest they had been since 1996. In fact, blood donations through the Red Cross hit a 15-year low earlier this summer.

“Anyone who gave blood at the start of summer may be eligible to donate again as summer comes to a close,” said Delisa English, chief executive officer of the Carolinas Blood Services Region. “Rolling up a sleeve and helping save lives can be a special way to celebrate the Labor Day holiday this year.”

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