I want everyone to meet Cayden Talbert, he is a very special little boy. At 13 Bones ribs*steaks*seafood
,Saturday September 20, 2014, the Make-A-Wish Foundation and his wish grantors Leslie and
Ted Aronovitz had a party for his wish to go to LegoLand at Disney
World.Cayden has been battling “Evan’s Syndrome,” an autoimmune disease
in which an individual’s antibodies attack their own red blood cells and
platelets, since his heart transplant last year. Please check out my FB
page whatsupinmountairy.com to see his photos and videos of his party.
He is an amazing little boy. Mayor Deborah Cochran proclaimed September 20th Cayden Talbert Day.
Seven branches of the Northwestern Regional Library have placed in the Top 200 of a national contest. LEGO® DUPLO® and the Association for Library Services To Children (ALSC) have joined hands to celebrate and support local libraries. Mount Airy Public Library was the most nominated library in the “Read! Build! Play!” project and will receive $5,000 for books and supplies. The top 200 libraries will receive a special LEGO DUPLO Read! Build! Play! toolkit full of cutting edge early literacy programming that combines preschool books with a versatile collection of DUPLO bricks. Walnut Cove Public Library placed 33rd, Yadkin County Public Library placed 110th, Lowgap Public Library placed 118th, Dobson Community Library finished in 134th place, Alleghany County Public Library finished in 151st place, and the Charles H. Stone Memorial Library in Pilot Mountain finished in 192nd place.