Valley Views – March
Spring is Almost Here!
The Winter Days Committee would like to thank all of the businesses that put up and kept lights on past Christmas and into 2019! Maggie Valley looked brighter than last winter, and we look forward to working with more businesses to keep Maggie Valley bright and sparkly during the winter months (be it rain or snow). The skis came down on Monday, March 18, and the committee is looking for 30 people to paint 30 new pairs of skis for this year. If you are interested in painting skis or want additional LED string or icicle lights for the 2019-2020 season, please call Teresa. Thank you so much for your help!
JOB VACANCY: Public Works Technician
The Town of Maggie Valley is currently accepting applications for full time position of Public Works Technician. Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid driver’s license and at least 2-3 years’ experience operating construction/maintenance equipment.
Applications can be obtained in person at Maggie Valley Town Hall at 3987 Soco Road Maggie Valley, NC 28751 or electronically at maggievalleync.gov. Hiring Range DOQ/E. Salary range for position is $26,103-$41,113 (Pay Grade 14). The Town of Maggie Valley is an equal opportunity employer and offers a comprehensive benefits package including health and dental insurance, 401(k) plan and membership in the North Carolina Local Government employee’s retirement system. Qualified candidates should submit a resume and town application to Nathan Clark, Town Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Maggie Valley Town Hall 3987 Soco Road Maggie Valley, NC 28751. Position is opened until filled
Outdoor Pantry Needs Supplies
Non-perishable foods: especially easy to prepare foods like cereal, mac n cheese, instant mashed potatoes, instant meals, rice and beans, noodles and sauce, also canned meat such as chicken/fish/vienna sausages, plastic fruit cups or canned fruits, and canned vegetables, soups, staples such as flour/sugar/condiments, coffee
Toiletries: toilet paper, deodorant, shampoo and conditioner, soaps and body wash, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash, tampons and pads, chapstick, hand sanitizer
Medicinal: bandaids and neosporin, OTC pain relievers such as ibeuprofin/acetaminophen (Tylenol)/NSAIDs (aspirin), antihistamines (basic allergy medication), generic arthritis creams, hydrogen peroxide, q-tips
Household products: laundry detergent, dish soap, paper towels, pet food, blankets
Kids’ stuff: diapers and wipes, school supplies
Clothes: men and women’s casual, “interview worthy” clothes, kids clothes, warm jackets, hats, gloves, scarves, socks
Also, even people in financial destitution like to treat themselves and their children, so things like birthday cake and frosting and candles, toys, holiday decorations, hot chocolate, tea, lemonade, sodas, sweets, chips, crackers, perfumes and colognes, makeup
We are extremely grateful for the community’s continued support. 🙂
Cody & Kitty Currin
Our Place Inn
Maggie Valley Restaurant
will be open this winter.
Call for Winter Hours
2019 Visitor Guide
The 2019 Visitor Guides are here! Stop by the Chamber office and pick up a supply today.
RISE and SHINE
1st Tuesday of Each Month
Maggie Valley Pavilion
April 2, 2019
Shondra Grant of Hibu Marketing will be our guest speaker.
Bring a dish if you can!
Elevated Mountain Distilling To Host Monthly Bluegrass Jam
Join Elevated Mountain Distilling Company the last Saturday of each month (excluding July) for a stompin’ good time with their new series: Elevated Bluegrass Jam. If you play an instrument, bring it along, and jam with some of the finest bluegrass musicians around — featuring Five Time World Champion Banjo player Raymond Fairchild. Admission is $5 and includes a sampling of their fine moonshine products (over 21 years of age). For more information call Elevated Mountain at 828.944.0766.