Hello Friends of the Brasstown Community Center,
Many thanks to all the volunteers who made the Brasstown Community Center Thanksgiving/Christmas potluck a wonderful event; Kathy Teems, Sue Ligori, Pattie Bagley, Stephanie Logan, Emily Teems Fulford, Katie Teems Bateman, Judy and Clay Logan, Diane, Danny, and all the other volunteers who worked so hard to continue this wonderful Clay County tradition. We had a lovely gathering with lots of fellowship and great food!
Kelli Allen of Atlanta, Georgia was the winner of the beautiful quilt which was donated by Deanna Skubal. $825 was raised from raffle tickets for the quilt. Thank you Deanna!
Reminder: There is no Potluck in the month of December.
The Kula Wellness Center offers yoga, massage, Ayurveda consultations with Hannah Levin, and special workshops. A Holiday Potluck will be held on Friday, December 14th from 6:00 to 7:30, followed by the Old Time Jam from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. For details on classes and workshops, check the Kula website at Kula.Love. The Kula Center is located on the hill above Clay’s Corner and it is accessed from Settawig Road by Emily Lane (immediately past the Post Office on the left as you are leaving Brasstown).
The Brasstown Community Center Education Building is now 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 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. There are many special events at the Folk School in the month of December.
Brasstown Fire Department: The Brasstown Fire Department is in need of a new building. A substantial gift of a lifetime lease for new property has been given by the family of Max and Margie Payne. Funds are being raised for construction costs for a new building. The Brasstown Fire Department is a 501(c) nonprofit organization. Contributions go towards a new building to house the Fire Department. Donations can be sent to the Brasstown Fire Department, P.O. Box 55, Brasstown, NC 28902. Any amount will be appreciated.
Cyndi Singh with Back to Balance Massage Therapy & Bodyworks, has moved her location 4 doors to the right, to the corner of Settawig Road and Old Highway 64 in the little rock-faced house. Cyndi has over 20 years experience as a massage therapist and has spent the last 2 years traveling in India, Thailand (for Massage Training) and Asia. She is also certified to teach Massage. Cyndi is now operating full time in Brasstown, specializing in Oriental, Thai, Thai Yoga, and DeepTissue/Neuromuscular Massage. Her new 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 https://www. cyndisingh.com.
Walnut Hollow Ranch: Check out all that Walnut Hollow Ranch has to offer at their website: http://walnuthollowranch.com
The 2018 Possum Drop will be held in Heritage Park, Andrews, NC on December 31st. Contact Sande Kimball at 828-557-0601 for more information.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy Holidays to all.
Your Brasstown Bell Crier,