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My answer: I believe the technical term is "witchcraft."
The building at 285 Haywood, as well as an adjoining property at 295 Haywood Road which Wilson also owned, are about 5,200 and 12,500 square feet, respectively.
Weaver said the YMCA provided 190 volunteers, and the Color Run bases its donation partially off of that number.
As the reader pointed out, the run had about 7,000 runners at an entry fee of $50, so it likely pulled in somewhere around $350,000.
daily, 24 hours per day," said Debbie Ivester, assistant director of the Asheville Parks and Recreation Department. "It is a recirculating fountain, so there is no extra water use."
Question: I see the Vance Monument fountain on so often, and while I've heard it sometimes turns off, I've actually driven by very late at night several times when it was still running. It seems like a waste to have it running 24/7 when no one is even there to enjoy it. Does it really run all the time, or is there some sort of sensor? How?
Patricia York, who owned Wee Wiggles, said last year that the child care subsidy program had taken severe hits over the past several months. Her center went from averaging 85 children a day to 35 over a few months, and eventually had to close.
Real answer: The fountain doesn't have any sort of sensor, so it should be running constantly unless there's a reason for it to be off.
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Following a column that ran last week addressing the question of how much the for profit Color Run which was held in Asheville last month actually donates to its charity partners, several of you sent in a range of bizarrely angry to totally reasonable demands, asking for exact numbers.
Occasionally the fountain will be off when there is a special event in the area, she said, and the event organizer makes the request to turn it off. The fountain is completely turned off and winterized in the cold weather season.
"We also received 50 charity registrations," Weaver said, which the YMCA was able to sell at their own price, keeping all the proceeds of that sale. "Between the volunteers and the charity registrations, the Y will be donated $12,600."
Wilson said the new owners expressed interest in keeping the facility a day care.
Real answer: The place has already flown, and it may be reincarnated as a new child care center.
can be, other than the cops who seem to be there every night looking to pop folks for going too fast around Beecham's Curve. It's such a hot area, what is going to become of that little place? Who owns it, and why isn't that place flying off the market?
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John Wilson, who owned the building at 285 Haywood Road where Wee Wiggles day care center was located, sold the building just few weeks ago for $571,500, according to county property records.
Thanks for reading, and for demanding more meticulous answers. Onward to your [other] burning questions, my smart aleck responses and the real deal.
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Tina Weaver with the YMCA of WNC was kind enough to crunch the numbers. The YM hosted and provided help for the event, and was named a charitable beneficiary for the Asheville run.
The day care center, which was leasing the building, closed last year after nearly 20 years in business.
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The Answer Nation has spoken, and I have heard your demands for more Color Run donation details loud and clear.
Question: The old day care center on Haywood Road that appears to have been closed for some time is still just empty as Converse Red High Cut
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