Arley Day turning 50 this year

Planning the Arley Day festival at Hamner, park, where the festival will be held, are, clockwise from bottom left, Arley Women’s Club members Sara Little, Jane Shirah, Gail Pisani, Montie Pafford, Beth Sargent, Anne Knowlton, Jessie Burns and Sandy Schwarz.
ARLEY - A year after the Arley Women’s Club celebrated its 50th anniversary, another 50-year event will be celebrated on Arley Day Saturday, May 20.

Donations needed for planned Arley Senior Citizens Center

Committee members of the Arley-Smith Lake Senior Outreach Center shows the gutted interior of the former BankFirst building that is being remodeled into a senior center. From left, Cheryl Rickett, committee vice president; Cathy Cooper, president; Bob Cooper, treasurer and State Representative Tim Wadsworth.
ARLEY - Now that the interior of the future Arley-Smith Lake Senior Outreach Center has been gutted by numerous volunteers, the hard part begins, with donations desperately needed to finance the renovation.

Town councils extend invitation to another ambulance service

Arley Fire Chief James Rickett, Helicon Fire Chief Neil Feist and Arley Fire Department Training Officer Brian Kuntz stand in the space that has been cleared in AFD’s vehicle bay for the ambulance that they hope will soon be stationed in Arley.

ARLEY - Both the Arley and Addison town councils voted this month to encourage an additional ambulance service to operate in their towns. Currently, the primary ambulance service operating in Winston County is Regional Paramedical Services (RPS).