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New Year's Eve  (Archived webcasts from around the world)  

Party Pick from 

2006   2005   2004   2003   2002   2001   2000   1999

History of New Year's Eve

The year is 1902 ...100 years ago... what a
difference a century makes. Here are the U.S.
statistics for 1902....



Elvis Presley     Remembering Him 



North Carolinian Centenarians 




 Helga celebrated her 102nd. Happy Birthday on 1-03-2005

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Helga Nielsen 

Hendersonville, NC

She has since past peacefully in her sleep. We will hold fond memories of her straight forward words of wisdom and unwavering quest for helping the less fortunate  !!!

We Love you Helga !

Helen, Shirley, Bob and Colleen





Anniversary of the Year  2003


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Wilbur Wright watches as his younger brother Orville pilots the world's first airplane.

 100 Years Ago 


Wilbur and Orville Wright making the world's first manned and powered flight, covering just 120 feet, on Dec. 17th, 1903.

 and now The Skycar 


  Anniversary of the Months of January and February



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Launched: 31 January 1971 UT 21:03:02 (4:03:02 p.m. EST)
Landed on Moon: 5 February 1971 UT 09:18:11 (04:18:11 a.m. EST)
Landing Site: Fra Mauro (3.65 S, 17.47 W)
Returned to Earth: 9 February 1971 UT 21:05:00 (04:05:00 p.m. EST)

Nasa Satellite photo of the USA at night

Click here for the World (Note: It takes awhile to load but it's impressive)






  Father's Day was great !  

We went on a picnic - There were gifts - We had some cake and ice cream after hot dogs, hamburgers and potato chips. 

Aren't you glad there's a Father's Day ?

We remember when we wished all those very special mothers a very wonderful and joy filled day. Just like Mother's Day we think everyday should be Father's Day!



 WNC Festivals, Cultural 



Losing the America we once knew    Use your back browser button to return to this page
by Paul Krugman, The New York Times

Excerpt:  Since 1980 in particular, U.S. government policies have consistently favored the wealthy at the expense of working families -- and under the current administration, that favoritism has become extreme and relentless. From tax cuts that favor the rich to bankruptcy "reform" that punishes the unlucky, almost every domestic policy seems intended to accelerate our march back to the robber baron era.



Supreme Court rules cities can seize homes
Supremes decide private project trumps rights of property owners


High court's property decision stirs anger
Seen as 'slap in the face' to American homeowners


Property battle heads to states
New efforts to protect private homes, businesses


Developer seeks Souter's property
Looks to build 'Lost Liberty Hotel' at home of Supreme Court justice







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Collection of Online Smiley Faces and Emoticons





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The International  Whistlers  Convention (IWC) for 2005 -  The 32nd IWC was held April 18-24 in the historic town of Louisburg, North Carolina, USA, the world's whistling capital.







Remembering the Singing Cowboys


http://www.royrogers.com/     http://www.autry.com/


Remember The Great Old Westerns?


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