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This Weeks Program

Description for Sept 20, 2014

Storytelling: Our story today is called “Yummmm…Apple Butter” where Amy gives you the recipe for making old time apple butter.   (Background music:  “My Soul Follows Hard After Thee” )

Creative Corner:  (100th anniversary of Jackson County Extension)  Doreyl talks with Betty Penland who tells about her 36 years with the Extension Office—a great story of how the extension worked face to face with the people. (Music: “Whoa Mule” by Jacob Jones)

Stories of Mountain Folk: (100th anniversary of Jackson County Extension)  Amy talks once more with Jean Childers, another extension employee (from Swain County) who talks about her involvement over the years with the Extension.  (Music: “Little Black Dog”  by Andrew & Lawrence)

This is My Home:  (125th anniversary of Sylva) Joe Rhinehart’s guest is Mark Stein who talks about moving to Jackson County. Discussion brings out a lot of local information with Joe telling Mark some of the history of the area.(Music: “Down at the Company Store) by Home Delivery)

Down Another Road:  Judy talks with her mother, Arbie Cook Rhodes, about an incident that happened in her life at 12 years old.  (Music: “Rejoice” by The Inspirations)

Closing Song: “The Old Home Place” by J.D. Crowe & The New South

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