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Press release courtesy of Geoff Cantrell.

CULLOWHEE – Tired but content, members of Western Carolina University’s fishing club team returned to campus Saturday, Sept. 2, after 48 hours in Texas and Louisiana assisting Hurricane Harvey victims.

“It feels good to sleep in a bed,” said Colby Shope, a Bass Cats member, upon returning to Cullowhee. “It was a hectic situation and we were largely self-directed, but people were grateful and supportive ― a Holiday Inn near Lake Charles let us shower for free ― and we were able to accomplish a lot in our time there.

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Press release courtesy of Bil Studenc, Director of the Office of Communications and Public Relations.

CULLOWHEE – Enrique Gomez, associate professor of physics and astronomy at Western Carolina University, is reminding members of the public who plan to view the solar eclipse that will darken Western North Carolina skies on Monday, Aug. 21, to use only certified eclipse glasses in order to prevent serious eye damage.

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Press release courtesy of Pat Tukey, Executive Director of Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra.

(Hendersonville, NC) The Hendersonville Symphony Children’s Choir is accepting registrations for the fall semester and the entire school year through September 11.

The Children’s Choir is a non-auditioned community choir for children and youth ages 6-16. Children need to be age 6 on or before August 31, 2017 in order to join the Choir. Rehearsals are held on Mondays from 4:30-5:30pm at First Methodist Church in Hendersonville, 204 6th Ave West.

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