Love is in the air with February issue of LIOF

Published 4:23pm Thursday, January 31, 2013

It’s February, love is in the air and the promise of spring is just around the corner and this month’s issue of Life in Our Foothills (LIOF) is sure to warm your heart as you read about Eleanor and Carroll Rogers (on this month’s cover) and their 75 years of marriage (really they’ve been married 75 years!) and realize they not only still speak to each other but they still love and adore each other, you can’t help but smile.  It warms the heart and makes me hopeful.

Need a gift with love for your special Valentine? We have great local gift ideas on pages 46 thru 49 that are sure to please your special someone. It’s like a double win, the perfect gift for your loved one while supporting your local economy.

Read about Rob Parsons, pastor of SUMC and Saluda residents Peggy and David Riddle who were part of the initial planning for Saluda’s Welcome Table, which offers a weekly meal for people in need of food and community on page 54.

If the cold is getting to you and you have a passion for heat we have that covered too – local blacksmiths Bill Crowell and George Matthews share their love for their craft – Forged by heat on page 31.

For these stories and more be sure to pick up a copy of the February issue of Life in Our Foothills.

Have a story you would like to see us cover, send us an email at betty.ramsey@tryondailybulletin.

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