Hello Friends of the Brasstown Community Center,
Thanks to everyone who made our annual Thanksgiving and Christmas Potluck a huge success. A very special thanks to the Teems family (Kathy, Emily and Katie) for their tireless work in the kitchen and to all of the volunteers who set up, decorated and helped clean up afterwards. We had a great turnout and as always, the food was divine and the company even better! There is no potluck in December.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers of Atlanta who won the beautiful quilt that was made and donated by Deanna Skubal. Thanks to Deanna for her generosity and the many volunteers who sold raffle tickets at the summer concert series and Clay’s Corner. This year’s quilt raffle raised close to $1,200.
The Brasstown Community Center Web Page is full of helpful information: https://brasstowncommunitycenter.org
– Find our all the things the Community Center offers
– Check out rental availability by clicking on the Calendar
– Print out a donation form
– See what’s happening in our News & Events section
– Read all about the Summer Concerts
– Sign up for our Brasstown Bell newsletter or read it online
– Send us an email
Clay’s Corner has beautiful Christmas Trees for sale while supplies last. Hours are 7am – 7pm, Monday – Saturday. Clay’s Corner hosts an open jam starting around 7 pm on Friday nights.
Back to Balance Massage and Body Works continues to sponsor acupuncture clinics by Dr. Shi Ying Kuai, O.M.D. of Asheville, North Carolina. Acupuncture Clinics are scheduled for December 14th and 15th. Dr. Kuai has been practicing Traditional Oriental Medicine for over 50 years. Acupuncture can be used to improve many conditions in the body, as well as treat muscular and neurological pain. (Here is a link that will help explain Acupuncture and its application.) http://www.itmonline.org/arts/acuintro.htm. If you are interested in being treated by Dr. Kuai, please contact Cyndi Singh at 828-644-8425. The first visit is $125 and if you are already an established patient, $85. It is exciting to have this ancient healing art available in Brasstown.
The Crown Restaurant is now open on the hill above Clay’s Corner. For some outstanding vittles, try them out at 139 Emily Lane, Brasstown (accessed from Setawig Road). Phone 828-516-1672. They close early on Sunday and are closed Monday and Tuesday.
Please check out these websites of interesting places to visit in Brasstown and Clay County:
The John C. Campbell Folk School: https://www.folkschool.org
Walnut Hollow Ranch: http://walnuthollowranch.com
Cyndi Singh with Back to Balance Massage Therapy & Bodyworks: http://www.cyndisingh.com
The Kula Wellness Center: https://www.kula.love
Your Brasstown Bell Crier,