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Kissing a Pig: Principals Celebrate Attendance Goal

Kissing a Pig: Principals Celebrate Attendance Goal

Teachers dressed in blowup costumes to get students excited about End of Grade (EOG) tests. Well, Principal Angela Burgess and Assistant Principal Emily Moore did it.  On May 30th, in front of the entire Cooleemee Elementary School student body, they both kissed a...

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Clerk’s Corner – Summer 2024

Clerk’s Corner – Summer 2024

Welcome to the Clerk’s Corner – Summer 2024 Edition Check back each month for new updates from the Town of Cooleemee’s Clerk and Finance Officer, Steven Corriher. July 4th Parade We are about to start advertising for the July 4th Parade as it is...

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Egg Drop in Cooleemee a Huge Success!

Egg Drop in Cooleemee a Huge Success!

On Saturday, March 30th, The Bridge Church, located at 191 Main Street in Cooleemee, sponsored an egg drop at the Cooleemee Fire Department. Josh Ijames provided hayrides, while the Bridge donated free hotdogs, cotton candy, flavored ice, popcorn, and water. A food...

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My Friend Grimes “Bimmy” Parker

My Friend Grimes “Bimmy” Parker

My friend, Grimes “Bimmy” Parker, passed away recently, and I can’t bring him back. Early Monday morning, before I was about to jump in the shower before leaving to care for our granddaughter, my husband said my name in a way I knew something was wrong. “Bimmy passed...

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Autumn Harvest Night in Cooleemee

Autumn Harvest Night in Cooleemee

On September 29th, Cooleemee’s Historical Association partnered with Davie County Public Library to provide a movie night for the community.  An animated Spider-Man movie, popcorn, games, and other refreshments were enjoyed by all.   The Bridge Church in...

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Cooleemee Egg Hunt Fun for All Despite the Rain

Cooleemee Egg Hunt Fun for All Despite the Rain

(L to R) Mayor Jessica Almond, Commissioner Jeannie Taylor, Helen Daywalt, Town Clerk Aaron Thies Cooleemee’s Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 8th, was cold, rainy, and wet. Understandably, many children stayed home where itwas warm and dry, but the ones who were...

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