Health, creativity, kindness are a few New Year’s resolutions

Published 11:18 am Friday, December 29, 2017

The Tryon Daily Bulletin asked a few shoppers and store owners to share their New Year’s resolutions with Bulletin readers. (Photos by Catherine Hunter)

Organic Works owner, Pam Walker, said she wants to “work less and exercise more.” Walker added that 2017 was a great year and credits that to the wonderful community support she receives in Landrum and Tryon.

Tommie Perry, owner of Perry Limited in Landrum, said last year he decided to get in better shape and he was successful with that resolution. This year he is working on more patience and less procrastination.

Mary Beard, Ph.D. of Tryon, said she wanted to recruit more good teachers for education leadership.

Katie Hay, assistant at Horse and Home, said her resolution was to be kind to everybody and be more creative.

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