Stepping Stone of Boone

&

High Country

Community Health

 

  PRESCRIPTION SUBUTEX

NOW AVAILABLE

Call today to learn how

our sliding fee scale can help

make treament more affordable!

 

 More details or to schedule

an intake appointment call:

  828.265.7078

 

Stepping Stone of Boone:

A New Approach to 

Addiction Therapy

STRENGTH IN PINK

High Country Breast Cancer

Foundation

 

100% of funds raised go to

Help Cancer Patients, Survivors

and Their Familys in the

NC High Country.

 

Join Us for our Really

Fun 5k Walk-Run

• Oct. 27 in Blowing Rock

• Become A Sponsor

• Register to Walk or Run

 

Visit hcbcf.org

Alps Mountain Affordable

Hearing Aid Center

Hear what you've been missing!

Click here to watch Ray Russell, 

founder of RaysWeather.com

say goodbye to "HUH?"

 

For a free consultation

1-888-928-5242

It's Better in Boone!

 

Fall color is just amazing in the

Boone area!  Fall also brings

football, festivals, pumpkins,corn

mazes & Tweetsie's Ghost Train.

Check our website for events.

 

Plan your adventure at: 

ExploreBoone.com

 BE AWARE.

DON'T SHARE.®

LOCK YOUR MEDS..® 

www.westernyouthnetwork.org

 

67% of people who misuse

prescription drugs get them from

family or friends. Prevent your

children, freinds and relatives

from misusing your own

medication by securing your meds

in places they cannot access.

 

Brought to your by:

Western Youth Network


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Trunks Full Of Treats

Join us for a night of great Bible based family fun for all ages at our Trunk or Treat. We will have popcorn, apple cider, hot chocolate and LOTS AND LOTS of candy. Bring a friend or two and come enjoy the fun!

SNIPS Night at Pepper's

SNIPS Fundraiser

Valle Country Fair 40 Years Supporting Our Community

Saturday October 20, 2018 is the 40th consecutive Valle Country Fair, an overgrown church bazaar set in the center of one of the most picturesque valleys in the North Carolina mountains, takes place in Valle Crucis, NC. The gathering is an authentic harvest-season community celebration that revolves around quality hand-made crafts with more than 160 exhibitors, home-cooked food and mountain music. Enjoy local bluegrass and country music, many fresh foods such as Brunswick stew, chili and corn muffin, fresh-pressed apple cider, baked goods, jams and jellies, apple butter made on site. Kids enjoy an assortment of activities such as pony rides and face painting. Live music 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free. Ample and close parking is available for $10/ car. Parking begins as early as 7:30 a.m. Please, no pets. The Church of the Holy Cross in cooperation with the Valle Crucis Conference Centers sponsors the Valle Country Fair to raise funds for those in need. All net Fair proceeds are returned to our greater community through grants to local non-profit organizations and for relief to families with emergency needs.

Valle Country Fair

Saturday, October 20, 2018, the 40th consecutive Valle Country Fair, an overgrown church bazaar set in the center of one of the most picturesque valleys in the North Carolina mountains, takes place in Valle Crucis, NC. The gathering is an authentic harvest-season community celebration that revolves around quality hand-made crafts with more than 160 exhibitors, home-cooked food and mountain music. Enjoy local bluegrass and country music, many fresh foods such as Brunswick stew, chili and corn muffin, fresh-pressed apple cider, baked goods, jams and jellies, apple butter made on site. Kids enjoy a special area for young people offering an assortment of activities including pumpkin bowling and pie eating contest. Live music 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free and ample and close parking is available for $10/ car. Parking begins as early as 7:30 a.m. Please, no pets. The Church of the Holy Cross in cooperation with the Valle Crucis Conference Centers sponsors the Valle Country Fair to raise funds for those in need. All net Fair proceeds are returned to our greater community through grants to local non-profit organizations and for relief to families with emergency needs.