Celeste VonMangan

Freelance Writer

Location icon United States of America

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High Country Magazine | Vol 6 Issue 3 | December 2010

Features: Winter Dining Guide, Melissa Reaves - The Biggest Voice in Boone, Addie Hardin Clawson - First Woman Mail Carrier of the High Country, Feeding Those Less Fortunate - Bread of Life Soup Kitchen, The Story of Banner Elk Christian Fellowship and more...

Highcountrypress
06/12/2008
High Country Press

Many Local Felines are in Need of Homes Story by Celeste von Mangan The American Humane Association sponsors Adopt-A-Cat Month in June nationwide, celebrating cats as pets and shining a spotlight on the plight of unwanted felines who are abandoned in shelters.

Hcpress
10/09/2008
High Country Press

Story by Celeste von Mangan People associate the month of October with a number of things: pumpkins, hot apple cider, crisp fall days and colorful leaves on trees. October also represents a special time for the nation's voiceless population: dogs in shelters and city pounds.

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Brother Sam Tate

There's something special about the radio frequency 1510 for Sam Tate, host and creator of the radio show Gospel Gems and creator of The Young World Radio Show. Tate, who has been involved with radio broadcasting for more than 40 years, started listening to radio WLAC 1510 as a little boy.

Hcpress
09/28/2006
High Country News

Story by Celeste von Mangan Solar thermal. Solar electric. Passive solar. Micro-hydro. Biodiesel. Just about everyone has heard these terms before, but on Saturday, October 7, High Country residents can find out what they mean and how they work. At 8:00 a.m.

Highcountrypress
08/26/2010
Carolina's Got Art!

Artists residing in North Carolina and South Carolina have the opportunity to submit their work in a juried art show fashioned after the popular but now defunct Spring Mills venue that lasted for 30 years. The new show, titled Carolina's Got Art! back again for their second year, is the brainchild of Larry Elder.

Hcpress
09/28/2006
High Country News

Story by Celeste von Mangan A Charity Horse Show will be held Saturday, October 14, at White Oak Stables in Purlear. A biannual event since 2002, the Charity Horse Show raises funds to support the Wilkes Therapeutic Riding Program (WTRP), founded in January 2002 by Diana Albertson.

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Blowing Rock North Carolina Real Estate

Recycling and Reusing Christmas Trees: Being Green When Your Tree Turns Brown 12.11.08 10:59 AM Story by Celeste von Mangan- High Country Press Your live Christmas tree will stay a rich green, full and beautiful through the holidays.

Highcountrypress
11/30/2006
High Country News

Compiled by Celeste von Mangan It takes a lot of snowflakes, angels, mice, flowers and sweets to create the Nutcracker Ballet. Just ask Cay Harkins of Studio K Youth Ballet of Boone. Harkins has directed, choreographed and produced a local performance of the famous holiday ballet for almost a decade.

Highcountrypress
02/15/2007
The High Country News - Boone, North Carolina

Story by Celeste von Mangan A new acupuncture clinic has come to the High Country, modeled after modern clinics in China. Water's Way Acupuncture offers community acupuncture-treatments on a sliding-scale basis. The clinic is located at 207 Dale Adams Road, Sugar Grove, in the Old Cove Creek School at the Jung Tao School of Classical Chinese Medicine.