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.
Surry Beekeeper Members during last Saturday's meeting The Surry County Beekeepers Association held it's latest annual spring field day and certification on Saturday, April 14th, in Mount Airy. Albert Cockerham hosted the event for the members that had completed the 10 hour Beekeeping for Beginners Course of Study, held from February 20- March 19th. Everything from hive components and construction to bee behaviors and maladies were taught during the course. Thirteen year old Sabrina Dixon removed and inspected frames like a pro and with much confidence during Saturday morning's field day. The course has been offered the last two years and the Chapter meetings are held the first Monday of every month at 7pm, in the Surry County Extension office in Dobson. Information can be obtained at their website and all persons interested are welcomed to join. Bees and the culture of beekeeping are necessary to promote and preserve a strong beneficial population of bees in this county, that relies heavily on agriculture. Contact the Surry County Extension at 336-401-8025. Also view the Beekeeper's website at http://beekeeping.insurrycounty.com/.