For and About
A Tree Top Publication
J. Bishop, Editor
September 26, 2014
Saturday, October 25, 6-9 pm
West Stanly Street
Between Hwy 200 and Locust Ave
Everything is free!
Trunk-n-Treat Giant Hay Maze Bounce Houses
Games & Prizes Hot Chocolate Costume Contest
Apple Cider Hayrides to the Pumpkin Patch
Music & DJ Hotdogs & Drinks
Presented by the Town of Stanfield
Thanks to all our many volunteers
Post 6365 Locust VFW Meeting Third Tuesday of Month
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 6365 Locust, meets the third Tuesday of each month, at 1011 Meadow Creek Church Road. We have a light meal and joint session with the Ladies Auxiliary at 6pm. The veterans and ladies then have individual meetings starting at about 7pm. All veterans of foreign conflicts are invited to attend. Call Bill Smith 704-773-0555 for more information.
Line Dancing Coming Soon!
The City of Locust has a Twitter Account at https://twitter.com/LocustNC
LOCUST POLICE DEPARTMENT COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
The Locust Government Center
Check out the web site http://www.locustnc.com for latest information about our city or the Locust Patch, Weekly Post and Stanly News&Press.
Have a great a week and listen to our radio show every Monday morning at 7:45 am on WSPC 1010 am or on the Internet at www.1010wspc.com for the latest happenings in Western Stanly County.
Tate and Emily
The City of Locust requires a golf cart sticker for driving on city streets. Go by the Locust Police Department located in the Locust Town Center in the Locust Government Center at 186 Ray Kennedy Drive for your permit and sticker.
New Golf Cart Sticker
City of Locust Golf Cars (Cart) Ordinance click here.
The proper way of disposing a worn American Flag Click here.
Roger Hypes will be sharing some human interest stories of people, events, and places of our Locust community.
One of the definitions of community is the area itself; people with common interests living in a particular area. The Remember When… column should help us better understand the history, people and happenings of Locust, the place we call home.
Remember When…will help us all to take the time out of our busyness to reflect, reminisce, think back, recollect, go over in the memory and hopefully, be able to share a smile of a memory to make us better appreciate the present. Take a deep breath, lay in the grass and look up in the sky of the cloud shapes, or the stars at night.
I would ask that if you have an event, a crossroads, a person that has helped create the history of Locust, get in touch with Roger Hypes (email@example.com. “Remember When…” will not be in every week update of Locust Patch, but when stories are available and to give the story the value it deserves. Be thinking as I feel this will be a good way for all of us to appreciate what we have, and where we live.
For more than
thirty-five years I have been an active volunteer in civic, political,
non-profit, school activities, and youth summer programs. I was
appointed by the SC Board of Commissioners to serve on the STANLY COUNTY
BOARD OF ELECTIONS. I was appointed by the SC Board of Education to
serve on the STANLY COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. In 2010 I was
appointed by vote of the NC House of Representatives to serve on the
STATE BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES, and currently serve on its' Finance
Committee, Personnel Committee, and Awards Committee. I was elected
this year to serve as CHAIR of the BOARD OF DIRECTORS of HOSPICE OF
Jobs, education, and being good stewards of taxpayer dollars, I believe are priorities for the Office of Commissioner. Commissioners need to work to assist municipalities to achieve their goals. As a business owner for more than thirty-five years and a member of local, regional and statewide business organizations, I understand that Commissioners must be willing to support our existing businesses and need to explore more ways to recruit new businesses.
Workforce requirements have and are rapidly changing with technology. We need to support our public school system and our local community college to have our students, those unemployed workers,and those workers wanting to advance, ready for these good jobs with a rising standard of living. Our schools and community college provide the tools for learning and readiness for students of all ages for the jobs of the future.
We must understand the importance of the balance necessary between growth and preserving our natural resources and farmlands. Agriculture is part of our heritage and is a vital part of Stanly County today and into the future. Our farmers and their families are involved in many ways throughout our community.
The quality of life in Stanly County is the reason we live here, and we need to ensure an even better "quality of life" for our children, grandchildren and future generations, yours and mine. As a parent and grandparent I share your concerns.
I have a long term business background, and long term community involvement experience in various areas. My volunteer service is my way of "giving back" to citizens of Stanly County. My connection with so many individuals and families with different opinions, needs, and visions has been an important part of my adult life.
I understand the responsibility needed to serve as a commissioner. Competence, Commitment, Contribution, Compassion, and Connection with people in all walks of life are the proven qualifications I offer. Over the years local, regional and statewide organizations have shown their confidence in my leadership abilities by electing me to serve on executive committees, as their president, or chairperson of their board. I want you to consider my business background, experience devoting time and attention to budgets, record of volunteer service, and commitment that I will devote the time and attention to work for you as your Commissioner At-Large.
I ask for you to vote for me, JANN LOWDER, COMMISSIONER AT-LARGE.
North Carolina House of Representatives
Rep. Justin P. Burr
1315 Legislative Building, Raleigh, NC 27601-1096
(919) 733-5908 – Justin.Burr@ncleg.net
Rep. Justin P. Burr
North Carolina House of Representatives
67th District - Stanly, Union, and Montgomery Counties
Legislative Office Building, Room 307A
300 N. Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27603-5925
Dina Long - BurrLA@ncleg.net
See the benefits that vegetables give to your body Click here.
LEE MIDDLETON DOLLS AVAILABLE
Lane Ross Designs
He designs screen prints on regular screen doors. He does fire fighter designs, does branches of the military, vintage signs ie Merita Bread, Texaco, Shell, Sundrop etc. He also does different beach themes ie crab, sail boats, beach umbrella/chairs and many more designs. If interested, please contact Lane Ross at 704 467 7880 or by email, JLROSS90@hotmail.com. Prices are approx $110 for a design.
Play Red Bridge Golf & Country Club
Red Bridge Golf Club : 6801 Gatehouse Rd : Locust, NC 28097 : Phone: 704-781-5231
d :C 28097 : Phone: 704-781-5231
See Restaurant Row in the Locust Patch Enter here
Shop Local Click Here
Grant Hartsell Masonry LLC
Specializing in Brick, Block, Stone and a Good Job
Call 704-888-6730, 980-581-0237 or DC 150*5*5158http://www.mason4you.com
The West Stanly Business Association is a group of local
business owners who meet on the first and third Wednesday, of every month at 12
noon until 1:00 pm at Stanly Community College in the Honeycutt Room. Lunch is
$5.00 per person, annual dues are $35.00 per company. Our main focus is to
discuss the issues in the community related to local business: marketing ideas
and strategies, small business issues, community development issues and the
like. Most meetings involve a guest speaker to discuss pertinent issues. We
welcome all business owners in and around Locust, Oakboro, Red Cross and
Stanfield. Business owners in Midland are also welcome to join us as we share
services even though we are in different counties. This is an open forum for the
exchange of ideas related to local business. So come on down and join in. We
just might be what you have been waiting for!
For more information, please feel free to contact Mike Harwood at the Bank of Stanly
What's Playing Click here.
Did you know? Locust residents with recycling rollcarts average approximately 30-40lbs of recycling each collection per household totaling 400lbs on annual basis!