Vera Benson, Jane Scarborough, Betty Waldowski, Jean Gregonis and Lois Ballentine chatting before their noodles come.
Vera Benson, Jane Scarborough, Betty Waldowski, Jean Gregonis and Lois Ballentine chatting before their noodles come.

Laurel Hurst makes trip to Asheville

Published 10:29am Friday, April 26, 2013

Laurel Hurst residents recently made a trip to Asheville to eat at Doc Chey’s Noodle House. They tried all sorts of new treats including Pad Thai,

Vera Benson wearing her homemade necklace. (photos submitted)
Vera Benson wearing her homemade necklace. (photos submitted)

Thai Shrimp Rolls and lettuce wraps. A couple of people even tried eating all of that with chopsticks. After a yummy lunch, residents walked down the street for some shopping at The Mast General Store. One resident, Vera Benson, said, “It’s always fun to try something new. Why not? That’s what keeps life interesting.”

– article submitted by Jennifer Thompson

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