Hello Friends of the Brasstown Community Center,
We have had a lot of crazy weather here in Clay County lately. Just when it looked like spring might come early, winter has come back. Please make sure your pipes are insulated and pets are brought inside for the next three nights. Spring is close and the Summer Concert Series at the Brasstown Community Center will start Saturday, May 11th, so mark your calendars. The bluegrass band lineup will be announced in April.
Our Community Pot Luck Dinner is held every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm in the Brasstown Community Center on Settawig Road. The February potluck will be held on Tuesday, March 19th. Please bring children, family, friends, and neighbors, along with a dish to share. This wonderful Clay County tradition provides an opportunity to share food and fellowship with friends, neighbors, and new people in our community.
The Brasstown Community Center has a part-time job opening for someone to do sweeping, mopping, mowing and light maintenance. The job is part of a Federal Department of Labor training program for seniors re-entering the work force. Applicant needs to be older than 55 years of age. If interested, contact Clay Logan for details at 828-557-5723.
The Brasstown Community Center Education Building is being rented and has dates available for rent; contact Katie Teems Bateman at (828) 360-2747 for information and reservations. The Brasstown Community Center is a 501C3 charitable organization. Any and all donations will be greatly appreciated! Checks can be sent to Brasstown Community Civic Center, PO Box 111, Brasstown, North Carolina 28902.
The Kula Wellness Center offers yoga, massage by Renee Lamance, Ayurveda consultations with Hannah Levin, and special workshops. An Acoustic Open Mic, hosted by Tony Hume, will be held March 23rd from 6 – 8:30 pm. For details on classes and workshops, check the calendar and events pages at the Kula website at Kula.Love. The Kula Center is located on the hill above Clay’s Corner.
The John C. Campbell Folk School is an incredible resource in our community. In additional to a wide variety of classes that teach how to make beautiful, interesting and useful things, concerts and dances are held regularly. Check out the Folk School classes and activities at their website: https://www.folkschool.org. On Saturday March 23rd, from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, the Folk School will host the 2019 Empty Bowls fundraiser to help alleviate hunger in our community. Admission is $35 and includes a handmade bowl of your choice and a hearty meal of soup, bread, salad and dessert. Tickets go on sale February 25 at the Folk School’s Craft Shop, Cherokee County Chamber in Murphy and United Community Bank in Hayesville. Cash or check only.
Cyndi Singh with Back to Balance Massage Therapy & Bodyworks, has over 20 years experience as a massage therapist. She is also certified to teach Massage. Her address is 10886 Old Highway 64 West, Brasstown, NC. You can also contact her at 828-644-8425, or at firstname.lastname@example.org Check out her website at http://www.cyndisingh.com.
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Your Brasstown Bell Crier,