Saluda Wine &Cheese moves into new location on Ozone Drive

Published 12:48 pm Monday, July 26, 2010

Saluda Wine & Cheese Market has reopened in its new location at 1487 Ozone Drive across the street from the Triangle Stop in Saluda.

Owners Allen and Kelly McCullough say that the new location will allow them to offer an even wider variety of products as well as host events including wine tastings and live music. &bsp;

Saluda Wine & Cheese Market will also soon be the home of the Discover North Carolina Wine Tasting Room where locals and visitors will be able to learn about the world class wines being produced in North Carolina. Hours- Tuesday through Thursday 10-6, Friday and Saturday 10-7 and Sunday 12-4. 828-749-WINE (9463).

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Kelly McCullough is moving her pottery studio from her home in Piney Mountain to its new location at Saluda Wine & Cheese Market. Kellys pottery is available for sale on the main floor of the market beginning Friday, July 23.

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All American Auto Body of Columbus was recently named as an approved AAA repair shop. Homer Slark is the owner operator and is located on Hwy. 108E.

In order to qualify for this designation the business had to meet stringent requirements in the following areas: Community Reputation, Facility Appearance, Customer Service, Staff Qualifications and Training, Warranty Coverage, Scope of Service and Repairs.

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Landolakes Purina Feed announces that the Circle of Achievement award has been received by Matt Ketcham of the Jackson Grove community in Landrum.

This honor goes to very few of an elite group within the animal feed industry for outstanding leadership. &bsp;

Ketcham is a 33-year veteran who joined the company after his graduation from North Carolina State University in 1977. He continues to consistently provide extensive knowledge of animal nutrition for all species groups in the southeast.

He is considered a valued member of the local community per his involvement with Green Creek Hounds Hunt Club and in conducting the childrens sermons at Jacksons Grove Methodist Church.

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Chloe Roderick, a licensed physical therapist with Pardee Hospital, will present Balance and Fall Prevention at the Pardee Health Education Center on Thursday, Aug. 5, from 3 until 4:30 p.m.

This free presentation will give a physical therapists perspective on basic techniques for preventing falls and how to protect yourself if you do fall. Roderick will discuss the benefits of physical therapy intervention if you have an injury after a fall and recommendations for physician referral for those seeking advice and/or seeking referral to a physical therapist. Registration for this free presentation is required by calling 1-866-790-WELL (9355).

The Pardee Health Education Center is a outreach program that&bsp; last year provided more than 10,000 free and low-cost screenings to community members.