“The property extends from just past the Highlands Community Center to Sherwood Forest Road on the right as you leave town going East,” said HCLT Director Gary Wein.
Article Category: Giving Back in Highlands NC and Cashiers NC
Nantahala Health Foundation has awarded nearly $420,000 to local organizations and agencies improving health and alleviating poverty.
Mountaintop Rotary’s surge in membership mirrors a burgeoning passion for service to the community and to the world.
Carpe Diem Farms takes a moment (just a moment!) to reflect upon 29 years of brightening the lives of horses and the people who love them.
For Highlands Rotarian Sherry Holt, serving her community has always been part of her DNA.
A mentoring relationship has turned into a deep and abiding friendship, thanks to the programs offered by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cashiers and Highlands. To participate or for more information, contact program coordinator Danielle Hernandez-Juarez, at [email protected] or call (828) 399-9133.
The sweet story of Bill Wolff and his faithful Lucky is played out in endless variations among the residents of Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society and their adopters. To write your own tale, visit chhumanesociety.org or call (828) 743-5752.
The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation embraces an ambitious expansion, while preserving the welcoming spirit that’s maintained it for over
The Rotary Club of Highlands won’t let something like a global pandemic dim the glory of its 75 years of service to its community and the world.
Highlands Rotarian Jim Oesterle helps get what needs doing done.