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Bakersville Community Health Center Hosts Life Skills Class

The Bakersville Community Health Center hosts Mayland Community College’s Life Skills program. The class meets in in the Integrative Health Center on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9 AM until 2 PM. The Life Skills Class is designed for adults with intellectual disabilities or similar (more)

Mountain Community Health Partnership Explains Blue Cross

Recently a number of our patients may have received a letter from Blue Cross Blue Shield regarding their physician at one of the Mountain Community Health Partnership centers; Celo Health Center or Bakersville Community Medical Clinic.  The letter from BCBS of NC indicated that as of October 5, 2017, their physician is no longer in network with Blue Medicare HMO and that they have been (more)

Appalachian Regional Healthcare Wins Patient Care Award

Healthcare organizations today are tasked with constantly providing higher quality care at a lower cost. Every aspect of the patient experience must be approached with a passion for excellence and an eye toward efficiency and effectiveness. It's not easy. That's why receiving an  (more)

Free Adult Literacy Class at Bakersville Community Health Center

Mayland Community College Adult Literacy Instructor, Fran Herrell, demonstrates “having fun while you learn,” as the class relates everyday math skills that are used while making meatball subs. Estimation, addition, and division skills are used to calculate the cost of the student’s lunch that celebrated a classmate’s birthday. Students also enjoy learning how the (more)

Grand Opening of Bakersville Salvation Army Store

The ribbon cutting was held at 10 am Friday, August 18th for the new Salvation Army store in Bakersville. Pictured left to right Sherry Williams, Brandi Robinson, Sue Ledford council member, Mayor Charles Vines, Major Kenneth Clewis, Operations Manager Stacie Peterson, not pictured Jessica Buchanan. (more)

Appalachian Java Grand Re-Opening

Appalachian Java held their Grand Re-Opening Friday morning, August 11th. A crowd of people joined new owners Calvin and Angie Rash and Yancey Chamber of Commerce's Ginger Johnson for the ribbon cutting. WKYK  broadcast  the event live. Click on pic for more.

Poppy's Wildcraft Offers Free Vendor Space

Poppy's Wildcraft will be having FREE vendor space for a community market on Monday and Friday's. Vendors can come in all catergories such as food, jewelry, and art! The market will run on Mondays from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Friday 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Vendors do not have to stay during the whole time frame! Please contact Kim at 828-275-2755  to reserve your FREE spot!

The Quartz Corp Receives Awards for Outstanding Safety Record

On the 20th of June 2017, the Quartz Corp’s USA team attended the North Carolina Department of Labor Safety Awards Banquet, held in Asheville, NC, and received three awards for outstanding commitment to safety.  The banquet is in recognition of private and public firms (more)