BC NEWS LIST
June 1 marks the beginning of hurricane season. Are you prepared?
A ban on various dangerous drugs goes into effect in NC on June 1.
Most parents have done it. On a hectic day of running errands with children in tow, we've left the kids in the car “just for a minute.”
New or prospective parents or child care provider? Check out the new crib safety standards.
Here's your chance to learn to swim - county pools are offering 2 sessions of swim lessons.
Shortly before fruit ripens, a brown spot will begin to form & will grow into a soft, fuzzy rot, ruining the fruit.
There are some fine adult felines who have been waiting years for their forever homes. Can you help?
Congratulations to Pepsi Conley for her Avocado Tacos recipe!
Did You Know?
Don’t Forget Your Fishing License
Before heading out to your favorite fishing spot, make sure your fishing license hasn't expired. If it has, you can purchase a license online, from a wildlife service agent, or by phone at 888-248-6834, M-F, 8-5.
Pre-Teens Need Vaccines
Summer is a great time for parents to take their pre-teens to a doctor for a check-up and get the vaccines they need. Avoid long waits by getting vaccines before August!
Call 250-5096 for more information.
Food Preservation Classes
Four hands-on classes on canning and preserving are scheduled this summer. Each class is only $10 and requires pre-registration. Registration is confirmed when payment is received.
All classes will be held at the Buncombe County Cooperative Extension Office at 94 Coxe Avenue in Asheville. Here's the schedule:
Call Buncombe County Cooperative Extension to pre-register at (828) 255-5522.