A concerted cleanup effort by the Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce and its Highlands sister, and concerned citizens like David Young and his crew, has resulted in international recognition.
Magazine Issue: 2021/05 – May
The mountainous Black Bear Lodge’s logo etched in stone has personal meaning to Billie and Carol Anne Hanks, the owners of the lodge.
Working on the Highlands Cashiers Plateau Vaccine Initiative has been a life-changing adventure. But one added benefit was many new friendships among those who volunteered together working hard to get people vaccinated.
Three men with vision have given their all to make the H-CPC Vaccine Initiative work. The well run shot clinics are the end result of a process that started with true wizards creating systems and processes that make everything work.
Hope for Hemlocks, part of the 2021 Village Nature Series program is set for 5:00 P.M. Tuesday, May 25.
Team Swish carries the prospect of basketball glory far beyond the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau.
After more than eight months of searching for “just the right fit,” The Highlands Cashiers Health Foundation and Blue Ridge Health have announced the recruitment of two new physicians to the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau – Ann Davis, MD; and Kristy Fincher, DO.
Everyone – horses, people, the landscape, even baby birds – are reveling in the generosity of the season.
A new set of signs highlights the natural wonders at the Peggy Crosby Center.
Critter Camp features fun and interactive experiences with animals at our the Cashiers Highlands Humane Society’s kill shelter.