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Chatham Chatlist #3041 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gene Galin   
Monday, 11 February 2008
This digest contains the following messages:

  1. Barbie Birthday cake  
  2. lawn mower service  
  3. jailbreak  
  4. Bluebird houses  
  5. NE want to "buy" a BOE candidate  
  6. To Phyllis, Re: Pet Adoption  
  7. Last Week's Hottest Bulletin Board Topics  
  8. Pet overpopulation  
  9. FOUND DOG  
  10. Valentine Week Volunteer Submission from Second Bloom Thrift Shop  
  11. caldecott winner is here  
  12. County Supplied Water and Why Everyone Pays?  
  13. A voice of Wisdom  
  14. Ion Cleanse  
  15. Why volunteer  
  16. Upcoming Meditation Event and Indian Dinner  
  17. Valentines Volunteer Veek  
  18. Candidates' filing period begins on Monday at noon 

--------------------  1  --------------------
Date: Sat, 09 Feb 2008 06:45:01 -0500
From: Phyllis Thomas pthomas-at-email.unc.edu
Subject: Barbie Birthday cake

In answer to Lesley Matthews question about the Barbie Birthday cake:

Yes, the cakes are pretty easy to make, but you need either a Barbie
Pan, which is made by Wilton, or a Pampered Chef large glass measuring
cup - I think it holds 4 quarts.  Also, you'll need decorating tips and
bags.  The Barbie pan, tips, and bags can all be purchased at either
Michaels or AC Moore.

Phyllis Thomas



--------------------  2  --------------------
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2008 07:26:32 EST
From: Bprentice2-at-aol.com
Subject: lawn mower service

Carol -
Go see Jason Jeremiah over at Country Farm and Home Supply on Small St. in  
Pittsboro.  Jason runs the lawn mower and ATV sales and service, and does  
service and maintenance on  commercial and residential equipment. Courteous  and
honest... a good guy to know if you have equipment to keep up.
 
Bill


--------------------  3  --------------------
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2008 07:36:07 -0500
From: "Kathie" kfoushee-at-embarqmail.com
Subject: jailbreak

I can not believe how people attack the very people who protect them over a mistake.  Yes, a mistake.  Please tell me that you do not make mistakes at your job.  Police officers, deputies, highway patrolmen, jail keepers, judges, lawyers, doctors, waitresses, sales people, secretaries, or any other professional or non professional are human first.  NO human is perfect.  We all make mistakes.  Maybe you don't honor your community by risking your life every day that you put on a uniform and go to work.  Maybe that is why the many mistakes you make at work do not put other's at risk, but you still make mistakes.
  These men and women put their lives on the line every single time they go to work.  They are up against dangerous people every single day.  If you think you can do better, put on a uniform and try.  If not, quit your complaining and try to perfect yourself, then worry about others.


--------------------  4  --------------------
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2008 11:49:11 EST
From: Flyntsdfs-at-aol.com
Subject: Bluebird houses

This is in response to the person looking for bluebird houses.   William
Stewart who lives in the Moncure area makes and sells them.   His number is
774-3325.


--------------------  5  --------------------
Date: Sat, 09 Feb 2008 16:59:28 +0000
From: meg_miller-at-bellsouth.net
Subject: NE want to "buy" a BOE candidate

Hi folks-

Need to read this blog if you have any interest in Chatham Co. schools and upcoming elections.

We want YOU to run for BOE District 2 (Perry Harrison)

http://www.chathamschoolsnow.com/2008/01/we-want-you-to-run-for-boe-district-2.html


Note the attack on current board members.  The fact that they are advertising for a candidate and offering
"all the recources" (translation MONEY) to get them elected.

They want CONTROL of decisions.

Those old NE folks again.  Obrian has McManus support in the west and Coaltion support...so he's a shoe in.

District 2 is up for grabs.  The Where's MY School folks (original name of their blog) want Flint in #1 and their bought
candidate in #2.  Looks to be an interesting race.
But what's really going on here?

More on that later.....


Meg




--------------------  6  --------------------
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2008 21:12:25 -0500
From: "A Trayes" atrayes-at-gmail.com
Subject: To Phyllis, Re: Pet Adoption

Hi Phyllis:

You have acquired your dogs the same way many of us do.  Often times we get
so many that find their way to us, we do not have to go looking!
I work for a local vet, and can tell you that, although most of the
rescues/shelters DO check references, and want a safe home for the adoptee,
they are not as strict or as scary as some may think.  The shelter is an
EXCELLENT place to find a new pet, as well as CARE.  Petsaver-NC is also
right here in Chatham.
As soon as I can convince my husband, I will be taking a trip to the shelter
for a kitty.  We do some spays and neuters for them, and the cats that come
through my office on a weekly basis are some pretty cool cats!  The dogs
that get adopted and come to us to be neutered or spayed (which is IN the
contract for most animals adopted from the rescues as well as the shelter)
are some of the nicest sweetest animals I have met.  Don't get me wrong, I
generally love 'em all, but the shelter dogs tend to be really awesome
picks.
They just want to make sure that when the animal leaves their care, they
will not be back.
So if anyone is hunting up a pet, I strongly recommend the resources in
Chatham.  They are healthy and pretty inexpensive.  Certainly worth a look!

Thanks
Amy

--
*´¨)
¸.• ¸.•*´¨  ;)  ¸.•*¨)
(¸.•´ (¸.•'Frog Hollow



--------------------  7  --------------------
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2008 22:08:24 -0500
From: "Gene" ggalin-at-bellsouth.net
Subject: Last Week's Hottest Bulletin Board Topics

Last Week's Hottest Bulletin Board Topics

 

1.    abc11 - Hanging man figurine causes controversy  (Read 1604 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5605.0

 

2.    N&O - Nudity, sex acts prompt trail closing  (Read 1287 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5630.0

 

3.    Salaries  (Read 1075 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5668.0

 

4.    CJ - Thanks to the men and women of the Chatham Sheriff's department  (Read 974 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5689.0

 

5.    N&O - Pedestrian killed; driver held  (Read 881 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5640.0

 

6.    Schools Delayed as Officials Search for Escaped Inmate  (Read 774 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5672.0

 

7.    Exactly WHY does the water taste SOOO bad?  (Read 704 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5251.0

 

8.    Cable Competition in Pittsboro  (Read 480 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5633.0

 

9.    gonzosvent - Calling All Units  (Read 555 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5693.0

 

10.    Maybe Voller needs to have more respect for his town and pay his taxes on time  (Read 452 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5712.0

 

Last Week's Hottest School Bulletin Board Topics

 

1.    We want YOU to run for BOE District 2 (Perry Harrison)  (Read 1073 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5534.0

 

2.    Gun arrest at Northwood?  (Read 940 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5682.0

 

3.    Running for school board  (Read 502 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5703.0

 

4.    Northwood this week  (Read 342 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5684.0

 

5.    For those of you in the lottery tomorrow  (Read 293 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5636.0

 

6.    Why this list is feared by most.  (Read 145 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5725.0

 

7.    January 28th Board of Education Meeting Summary  (Read 66 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5699.0

 

8.    More Universities Offer Courses To The Public  (Read 60 times) at

 http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5709.0

 

9.    Safety concerns about trespassing at new Woods school site  (Read 56 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5718.0

 

10.    UNC Greensboro's Katherine Ryan honored  (Read 55 times) at

http://chatham-county-nc.com/bulletinboard/index.php?topic=5686.0

 

 

 




--------------------  8  --------------------
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2008 22:50:40 -0500
From: "Brenda Denzler" denzler-at-hughes.net
Subject: Pet overpopulation

I would like to remind Chatham County residents that you can make
significant donations to animal charities like CARE, POP and others in
small, relatively painless chunks through payroll deduction programs.  Check
with your employer to see if they offer one.  (Some employers also offer
matching gifts programs, which is even better!)  
 
Those who are employed by the State of North Carolina can take advantage of
the State Employees' Combined Campaign to make smaller (or larger!) regular
contributions to their favorite charities -- including a number of local
animal welfare charities.  The time for signing up to contribute via the
SECC in the next year comes around every October.  We just finished the
enrollment period for 2008, but October will be here again before we know
it.  
 
Many of us won't miss just $5 or $10 or $20 out of our paychecks every time.
We learn to manage our lives without it.  Yet that money is sent directly to
the charity of our choice, where it does a lot of good.  
 
Helping groups who want to do their part to control pet overpopulation is a
worthy cause.  I hope Chatham residents will rise to the challenge of
educating citizens about the options that are available to them for their
pets and making those options more readily available to all citizens by
giving their financial support to the groups who have made this their reason
for being.
 
Brenda Denzler
In search of mimsy borogroves....
 



--------------------  9  --------------------
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2008 22:52:44 -0500
From: Beth Morton ebm87-at-msn.com
Subject: FOUND DOG


Friday 2-8-08 a young pup showed up at our house on Chatham Church Road - Moncure.  If you are missing a dog in this area...........please let us know - describe it and it will be returned.  Otherwise, we are perfectly happy to have the dog for our family.  


--------------------  10  --------------------
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 08:24:54 -0500 (EST)
From: Jan Williams secondbloom-at-embarqmail.com
Subject: Valentine Week Volunteer Submission from Second Bloom Thrift Shop

Second Bloom Thrift Shop, located at 68 Hillsboro Street in Pittsboro, is operated by the Family Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Chatham County.  Proceeds from the store operate the women and children's shelter in town.  Due to the fact that both the manager and assistant manager are part-time employees, we heavily depend on volunteer help in the store. Duties for volunteers include greeting donors and giving them tax donation slips, sorting items and cash register operation.  This is a physical job, so you must be able to lift at least 20 pounds.  Saturday is our busiest day and needs the most attention.  You can either volunteer for an entire day or for shifts of 3 hours or more.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, otherwise you can pick up a volunteer application at the store.  Thank you!

--
Jan Williams-Manager  
Second Bloom Thrift Boutique
Operated by the Family Violence and Rape Crisis Services of Chatham County
68 Hillsboro Street
PO Box 1105
Pittsboro, NC  27312
Tuesday-Saturday 10-5
First Sunday Celebrations 1-4
919.545.5565



--------------------  11  --------------------
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 09:39:06 -0500
From: "Kathleen Angel" kathleen100-at-alltel.net
Subject: caldecott winner is here

Raleigh Street Gallery presents the caldecott book  winner "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" Feb. 15th during the art walk. The book will be available at Kathleen's Corner  books for children. This book won for the fabulous pen and ink drawings and in my opinion for the wonderful story it presents. Don't miss this opportunity to pick up your copy now. Limited copies available. Orders can be taken.
The story contains a web site about this invention which is one of a kind located at the Franklin Institute in Pennsylvannia. Here is the website  www.fi.edu/pieces/knox/automayon/
Hope you enjoy this as much as I have
Kathleen
Kathleen's Corner


--------------------  12  --------------------
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 09:55:34 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
From: besots-87596-at-mypacks.net
Subject: County Supplied Water and Why Everyone Pays?

Title states it all!!!

I would real like to know and correct me if I’m wrong, why OUR Tax Dollars have to pay for water distribution in other parts of this county???? The outcome is, we get nothing, and they get it all!!!!

After driving along the roads of our beautiful county, I happen to notice land for sale signs right along side newly installed fire hydrants with plastic still covering them!!!!

I think it about time we as tax payers, stopped this having their cake and eating too, here in this county. Our Tax dollars paying to drive the value of their property up and they profit.

If there are problems is areas with water quality, quantity or just plain old they need the Cary type amenities, let them pay.

In most parts of this country, when municipal provided services are needed or required, the land owner pays, which ultimately increases the value of THEIR property. If they can not pay up front, most provide a manageable payment plan of 10-15 years.








--------------------  13  --------------------
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 10:37:05 -0500
From: Scotty Young trancedance-at-mindspring.com
Subject: A voice of Wisdom

 *   Thank You, Thank You, Karen Croswell for Your voice of wisdom
around some of this communities response to the Jail Break. I say that
is a framable piece of prose. I agree that the view from the sidelines
is different from the view in the **middle** of the fray. Aspects that
are impossible to see from the center of the action can be available to
those attending from the outside.
    Like Karen suggests, tearing people down for their performance is
generally not a way to inspire responsible behavior from the people who
are being torn asunder . Loving constructive feedback really helps to
create relationships where people feel respected. That is essential for
government or any organization to excel in their respective missions.
Bad guys/good guys....... I don't see that, I see _all_ people doing our
best to create  community that feels safe and nurturing. It ain't easy.
I like the constructive feedback approach....... thank You Karen for
your voice.
    Sincerely,
    Scotty Young
*



--------------------  14  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 00:33:09 +0000
From: DAN DOMINGUEZ danshann-at-hotmail.com
Subject: Ion Cleanse

Has anyone tried the Ion Cleanse Footbath for detoxing?  I hear there will a demonstration at Unity Books and Stuff Friday from 2-4 or you can make an apt.  


--------------------  15  --------------------
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 17:13:48 -0800 (PST)
From: lorie barker loriebarker-at-yahoo.com
Subject: Why volunteer

Having volunteered with a variety of organizations and causes for the past 2 years, helping others usually is the theme during the year-end holiday season. What about the remaining year, though? There are ample opportunities to volunteer that help a multitude of others.
   
   For me it’s about meeting new people and feel compassionate that I am able to touch there life in some way.  

 
People volunteer simply because they are compassionate and put themselves into “other's shoes”. This is the makings of a true volunteer. Compassion of helping and caring for others.
   
  I volunteered last year for Council on Aging Spa Day, it was awesome meeting different ones and seeing the smiles from those gorgeously painted manicures.
   
  The feeling I got from just a little bit of my time is indescribable.
   
   
   Mona Hanner , Lindsay Straughn from the Council on Aging is two great ladies from COA that I have had the pleasure of working with.
   
   I thank them for there  help in putting together the Spa day last year and the Christmas Parade.  Great minds put together does wonders plus, its fun to have different ideas and talent. For God gave each of us a special talent.
   
  I have also  given gift certificates to many non profits to raffle off.  To help there organizational needs.  Animal Shelters, Rape Crisis, Boy Scouts, Churches, Chatham Academy School, plus many more.
   
  So volunteer today bring a smile to someone else.
   
  Lorie
  www.salonblueandspa.net



--------------------  16  --------------------
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 20:56:26 -0500
From: "Kellie Berns" purepurity1-at-gmail.com
Subject: Upcoming Meditation Event and Indian Dinner

What is
    Open Dharma?

Well….Why don't you come
and get a taste?

      Please join us for a night of Indian Cuisine, Deep Rest
(meditation), and chai.

      We will be presenting more information on the upcoming Silent
Deep Rest Retreat with Open Dharma that is taking place in July at the
Stone House.

      To find out more about the organization Open Dharma please take
a look at the website www.opendharma.org

 Date: February 24th
 Time: 4:00 P.M.

  Location: The Stone House

  For directions to the Stone house email

  Kellie Berns and Lizzie Jacobs at:

 opendharma.nc-at-gmail.com

This event is offered on a donation basis, but please RSVP to the
address above so we know how much food to prepare.

Hope to see you there



--------------------  17  --------------------
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 22:42:54 -0500
From: "Diane Swan" woodmoods-at-mindspring.com
Subject: Valentines Volunteer Veek


A Mural project for downtown Pittsboro is being designed by Stacye Leanza, famous Mural Artist, with ideas and input from middle school aged students.
Horton Middle School, North Chatham, Perry Harrison, and Moncure schools are being asked to participate in the designing, which began January 30th.  

Once the design is finished, the Mural will be drawn on a wall in downtown Pittsboro.

Then we will begin the painting.

Painting for the school children involved will be on Thursday afternoons.

Third Saturday’s, 10 AM- 2PM, for community involvement.

First Sunday’s, 1 PM-4 PM, for Families and Friends of the children.  We hope to have Juan Di Giulio, art instructor at the ARTS Center in Carrboro, (presently with a one man show there), to help interpret for Hispanic families.

 

A number of local artists and painters are donating their time to make this project happen including muralists Travis Cohn and Eric Davis.

If you would like to volunteer to be a part of this wonderful event, or to help donate materials, please contact Suzanne Robinson, Program Specialist, Unlimited Success, 919-824-0181, srobinson-at-drugfreenc.org

 

On First Sunday, June 1st, there will be a dedication ceremony, as part of Pittsboro Merchants First Sunday.

 
Diane Swan
co-facilitator
woodmoods-at-mindspring.com




--------------------  18  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 00:29:32 -0500
From: "Gene" ggalin-at-bellsouth.net
Subject: Candidates' filing period begins on Monday at noon

The filing period for candidates for county seats begins at noon on today Monday, Feb. 11 and runs until
noon on Friday, Feb. 29.

Chatham County candidates for State Senate, State House of Representatives, Register of Deeds, County Commissioner
Districts One and Two, Board of Education Districts One and Two must file a Notice of Candidacy in the Board of
Elections office at 984 Thompson Street in Pittsboro.

The primary will be on May 6.
The Board of Education Election will take place in November.

I do plan to file for the BOE race.

 
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