Tuesday, October 30
Open Door Ministries of High Point will offer a Christmas Card featuring the Briles House starting in November. The historic Briles home at 1103 North Main Street is one of the treasures in High Point which was built and owned by Lee Addison Briles, our Great Uncle. Open Door Ministries is a non-profit organization based in High Point, North Carolina. ODM provides help for those in need, whether through our emergency services help, through our Father's Table Food Kitchen, or through the Open Door Shelter, an emergency shelter for men. If you would like to purchase the Briles House Christmas Card, please contact ODM at (336) 885-0191.
Posted by The BIN at 11:51 AM
The Briles House in High Point is set to open it's doors on Saturday the 3rd of November. The Junior League of High Point will offer free tours beginning at 10 a.m. and will conclude at 2 p.m. The house was built by our Great Uncle, Lee Addision Briles, who was also the founder of the Hoover Hill Gold Mine in Randolph County. Lee's daughter, Ruth Briles, lived in the house until 2002 when she passed away. The house went under a major renovation over the past 2 years, but some of the original fixtures are still in place. The BIN will feature the Briles House, along with photographs of Lee and his family when the new BIN is presented on December 26th. You can contact the Junior League at 889-5479 if you have questions regarding the tours.
Posted by The BIN at 10:45 AM
Monday, October 29
Sunday, October 28
The Houston Cougars, coached by Art Briles, won Sunday, the 4th of November defeating SMU 38-28. The Cougars are now 6-3 overall and 5-1 in conference play. They are now bowl eligible and have won four straight. The Cougars await Tulsa in a conference game on November 10th in OK. If they win, the Cougars will take the championship in the West Division of Conf-USA.
Posted by The BIN at 8:02 AM
Thursday, October 18
Denton-Harold Ray Gallimore, age 69, passed October 16, 2007 at Randolph Hospital in Asheboro. Funeral will be Friday, OCtober 19th, 3:00 at Science Hill Friends Meeting; Rev. Brady Morrison officiating. Burial will be in the Meeting Cemetery. Survived by his wife: Jane (Lanier) Gallimore of the home; Daughter & her husband, Amanda And Kenneth Delk of Trinity, NC; son and his wife, Kevin & Treva Gallimore of Asheboro, NC; son and his wife, Greg And Sharon Gallimore of Asheboro, NC; Grandchildren, Jessica Gallimore, Steven Gallimore, Jordan Gallimore, Jason Gallimore, and Sarah and Jay Delk ; Great grand son, Jacob Grantham; Mother in Law, Myrle "Pid" Lanier; Sisters: Ruth Tedder of Asheboro, NC and Virginia Vestal of Asheboro, NC; Brothers: Ralph Gallimore of Trinity, NC and Jimmy Gallimore of Asheville, NC-Pugh Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements
Posted by The BIN at 4:50 PM