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  1. David LaMotte shows the carved man fishing that the students in Guatemala sent to the students at Black Mountain Presbyterian Church Weekday School for their help. The students are in Mistie Cogbill's class.

    LaMotte brings thank you to students

    • Apr. 22, 2014

    David LaMotte, musician, peace activist, and philanthropist, stopped by Black Mountain Presbyterian Church Weekday School to give the students a personal thank you for their help with a school in Guatemala that was in need of books.

  1. New town hall in Montreat is in the works

    • Apr. 22, 2014

    The Town of Montreat began the process of narrowing down the list of potential designers for a new town hall. Town officials hope construction will begin in late fall of this year.

  2. THE SWEET POTATO PROJECT

    • Apr. 22, 2014

    Recently, Tyler Wayne Pasour, a senior at Owen High School, received the Boy Scouts highest award of Eagle Scout. He started scouting with Cub Scout Pack 53 at East Asheville Methodist Church when he was six years old.

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