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Brother Wolf Prepares to Rescue Animals Affected by Hurricane Michael

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Just weeks after returning from their Hurricane Florence rescue efforts, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue has begun work to help animals affected by Hurricane Michael, currently descending upon the Florida’s Gulf Coast.

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PURGATORY Dance Party Kicks Off Halloween Weekend in Asheville

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Come celebrate your inner sinner with the Beer City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at The Underground at O’Henry’s on Friday, October 26th from 10:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. PURGATORY is a dance party fundraiser with all profits supporting the Advocacy Fund of the Beer City Sisters 501(c)3. Suggested $10 entry donation. Ages 21+ only. Visit the Beer City Sisters on Facebook or at www.BeerCitySisters.org for more information.

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New Front Entrance Opens at WNC Nature Center

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The WNC Nature Center will welcome guests into their new front entrance beginning Wednesday, September 12, 2018. The Center will be closed to guests on Tuesday, September 11th in preparation.

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New Volunteerism Centered Book Club

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There's a new all-ages book club coming to Spellbound Children's Bookshop called the Action Book Club. For each meeting of the book club, attendees will read about a subject and then take concrete action together to make the community a better place, partnering with a different non-profit organization each time. 

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Asheville Humane Society to Host Pop-Up Cat Cafe

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Kitten season is in full swing and Asheville Humane Society has plenty of felines who need loving homes. To help them all get adopted, Asheville Humane Society will host its first pop-up cat cafe on Friday and Saturday, August 3 - 4, in Gerber Village (Suite 104). Gerber Mills LLC is temporarily donating the unoccupied space to Asheville Humane Society for this event.

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ASHEVILLE OUTLETS TO HOST BACK TO SCHOOL GIVE TO THE MUSIC KIDS DAY

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Mercy Urgent Care Announces New Location in Burnsville

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Yancey County Will Be Home to 6th Mercy Urgent Care Location in WNC

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Inaugural Smokies Stomp Raises Over $60,000 to Support National Park

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Community members from across Western North Carolina gathered for the inaugural Smokies Stomp Barn Party in support of Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP) Saturday, July 21st. The event raised more than $60,000 to fund park projects and featured a ‘fund-a-cause’ for Parks As Classrooms, which provides hands-on curriculum-based environmental education programming for thousands of WNC schoolchildren. 

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AMOS Announces New Executive Director

Amanda Bryant Takes the Helm as Museum Continues to Grow

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Western North Carolina Activists Take Fight For Free Healthcare To Streets In Washington DC

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On Saturday, June 23, Western North Carolina advocates for National Improved Medicare for All join other National Improved Medicare for All advocates from across the country to take to the streets to make the case for Single Payer Healthcare for All.

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