5 responses to North Carolina Amish
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    Patty Vasquez
    Comment on North Carolina Amish (July 18th, 2017 at 15:25)

    I think Ellenboro is about 11 miles southeast of Polkville with both little towns not being far the the county lines. Not too far especially if they live between the two towns for a buggy or wagon ride to sell goods in Polkville. I mentioned the Amish to a facebook friend who lives in NW Cleveland County and she said she sees them out in buggies all the time, I would say it is most likely to be the same group.

    Al, if you see anything else in the Budget about this settlement would please post it. I live about an hour and half away but have family in Shelby so visit the area fairly often. For those of us NC that enjoy learning about and visiting Amish communities this is great news.

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      Al in Ky
      Comment on North Carolina Amish (July 20th, 2017 at 05:22)

      Patty, I still had several other copies of the June Budget newspaper, so looked at them and discovered that there is a scribe from Polkville who is regularly sending in news to The Budget. In their letter in the June 7 edition, they reported that the Polkville Amish community is a small settlement of 10 families and stretches for approximately 15 miles from one end to the other. That would be a long buggy ride! I will share other interesting news from Polkville when I learn of it.

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    Stephanie Smith
    Comment on Food Products (September 29th, 2017 at 12:15)

    Food Products

    Do you sell the smoked chicken and butter

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    Judy Ratchford
    Comment on looking for crew to construct traditional pole barn in Cleveland, NC, Iredell County NC (October 17th, 2017 at 12:09)

    looking for crew to construct traditional pole barn in Cleveland, NC, Iredell County NC

    Would greatly appreciate any information available on businesses near Iredell County, NC, like Union Grove or Hamptonville, NC that may sell and construct a traditional pole barn on our property in Cleveland, NC. We are near exit 45 and 42 on I-77, south of Statesville, NC. My contact info is jratchford92@gmail.com. Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.

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    Scott Conard
    Comment on how and what (November 24th, 2017 at 13:47)

    how and what

    do I become part of the Amish and what do I need to know?

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