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.

Browsing Archive: July, 2012

Darrel from Mayberry on Main loves his hot sauces!

Posted by Laura Gaylord on Friday, July 20, 2012, In : Mount Airy Residents in the news 
Darrel Miles of Mayberry on Main is a hot sauce specialist. Originally from New Albany, Indiana, he said he never even tried hot sauces until he met his wife, Debbie. It's not because of her cooking, either (Debbie pointed out while laughing). Her father introduced him to the idea and now Darrell has taste-tested hundreds and displays the empty bottles on his Wall of Flame (about 1/4 of them), along with 400-500 other varieties of unique hot sauces available for sale. 

Darrel and Debbie have b...
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Our State Magazine's Article about Mayberry

Posted by Laura Gaylord on Saturday, July 14, 2012, In : Media articles 
If you missed this write up, you just might enjoy reading Michael Parker's article about his visit here. It was published recently in Our State Magazine. You can read the article here by clicking on the link:
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Do you know Tommy Barker?

Posted by Laura Gaylord on Thursday, July 12, 2012, In : Mount Airy Residents in the news 

If you've shopped at F. Rees Company in the past 4 decades, Tommy Barker has most likely waited on you! He has worked at F. Rees for over 40 years and says he has enjoyed every minute of it. "I love coming to work everyday and taking care of our customers", he said.  I could tell he is the perfect man for the job, as he was lots of fun to talk to today -very genuine, personable, and full of great stories. He also has many fond memories working with "Flip" Rees back in the day, stating, "I rea...
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