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Written by Gene Galin   
Tuesday, 12 February 2008
This digest contains the following messages:

  1. Can anyone recommend a reputable tree service  
  2. Devotional  
  3. Black &  White Stray Cat  
  4. Water Lines in Hickory Mt. Township  
  5. volunteering  
  6. stories about Castle Rock Farm area  
  7. Calling all artists and business owners  
  8. Re: Chatham Chatlist #3041  
  9. Free Help  
  10. Haw River Christian Academy accepting applications!  
  11. Be a Volunteer with Chatham County Together!  
  12. The 6th Annual Fearrington Folk Art Show!  
  13. Book Club  
  14. NC Poultry Industry Newsletter - Winter 2008 Edition  
  15. Lost Dog  
  16. Re: IonCleanse Footbath @ Unity Books and Stuff & Ramona Kadrich  
  17. Cubscouts collecting food for CORA  
  18. Monday's Election Filings in Chatham County 

--------------------  1  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 07:31:03 -0500
From: "Marge Petesch"
Subject: Can anyone recommend a reputable tree service

Can anyone recommend a reputable tree service in the Pittsboro/Siler City
area?  We have a number of beautiful, old oak trees that need deep root
feeding and some judicial pruning.


Marge Petesch

--------------------  2  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 09:14:23 -0500
From: Tamera
Subject: Devotional

Dear Friends!

We would like to lovingly invite you to join the Baha'is of Chatham
County in our bi monthly devotional gathering on Feb. 13th at 7pm or
Feb. 27th at 7pm
 We welcome All people of All faiths with open arms!
" So powerful is the light of Unity, that it can illumine the whole earth!"
If you believe that there is only One God, that All Faiths come from
that same God and that we are members of one race.. the human race.. and
you would like to find out more, please join us this Wed. for  deep
conversation, fellowship and communion with our Creator.   Call 542-5777
for directions.


--------------------  3  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 11:14:53 -0500
Subject: Black &  White Stray Cat

I've been feeding a black and white stray but s/he seems to have once been a family pet ... very skittish but not so much so that I think s/he is feral. If you are missing a beautiful black cat with a white chest and white paws, let me know.

Also, does anyone know where I can get free neutering for this cat should it not already have had that done? I did find a contact for a trap but need to know where to take it once that's done ... Thanks.

--------------------  4  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 12:44:36 -0500
From: "Expectations"
Subject: Water Lines in Hickory Mt. Township

Voters in Hickory Mountain Township twice voted down Chatham Water at the polls. Now, I see there are new water lines on Alex Cocerman Rd and hyway 64 - 6-8 miles west.  A large water storage tank tower is being built just off Alex Cocerman road.  Is this not all being done in a Township that rejected it?

Summer of 2007, a survey crew worked on hyway 64 west, alongside my property, marking the location of new future water lines (so they told me)- I live in Hickory Mt. Township. Could someone explain this to me? Why is it here, apparently we are paying for it and it was voted down by residents of Hickory Mt. Township?

--------------------  5  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 12:45:22 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
From: Linda Lang
Subject: volunteering

Where do I like volunteering most? That's an easy one: the Chatham Habitat for Humanity's Home Store! and Why? That too is easy: Because it is a way to be part of an international network that strives to enable all families to have safe and affordable homes, and a community they can not only benefit from but also contribute to.

But, on a more personal note and chathamcentric note, I get as much back from volunteering in the stores as I give. I see and get to know so many local people, and it helps me feel a part of this wonderful, interesting, fun and caring community. And the staff of Habitat are truly committed to and caring about their work...... you can see it in their eyes and feel it in everything they do. So, when I am volunteering, it is like being part of a family of volunteers and shoppers and donors and staff. We know each other by name and share more of ourselves than just our time. We laugh together and find joy in the smallest of things (like getting a donated toy working again), and we also are there for each other when the going is hard. Relationships started at Habitat extend far into the community, everyday.

And every time another donation arrives or another sale is made, I hear a tiny hammer in the back of my head, nailing another board into place so that another of our Chatham families can have a safe place to live and a community to be a part of. It just can't get any better than that!

--------------------  6  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 13:21:55 -0500
From: charles jones
Subject: stories about Castle Rock Farm area

I was recently recounting the the little bit of history that I know
about the property on Castle Rock Farm Rd where I live, and wondered if
anyone knew more about it?

I live in the house built by Luther Broaddus Jr., on the land that once
was part of Castle Rock Dairy, which belonged to his father Luther
Broaddus Sr.
Many years ago, I met several of the Broaddus clan at the funeral
service for either their mother or father, and heard a few interesting
stories about the history of this property.

Can anyone tell me more about:
the general store (or gathering place perhaps?) that used to be on this
the homemade airplane and the guy who flew it?
the little cabin at the back of the property where the guy lived that
was an editor of the Southern Agricultural Digest (I think)?
did Castle Rock Farm Rd (aka Big Meadow - Castle Rock Rd when I moved
here) used to follow a different path?
was there ever a road connecting through to East Perry Road?

Charles Jones

--------------------  7  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 13:40:55 -0500
From: "Lesley Matthews"
Subject: Calling all artists and business owners

So Chatham County has to be the only county with the most talented artiest
in all of North Carolina.  Some of you are trying to get your name out there
and some of you are so popular that you can't keep up.  How would you like
to show off your art and be doing a great cause at the same time?  Or what
about all of the great restaurants, specialty stores, grocery stores, and
everyone else out there that owns or runs a store, you could also be showing
off your company and be helping a great cause.  Not only would you be
getting a tax write off but you would be helping the Family Violence and
Rape Crisis Services and Center of Chatham County.

So please donate to the upcoming event, "Transforming Our Community Charity
Auction" on the 9th of March located at the Fearrington Barn.  It's the
Annual Art Auction with Chatham Arts of Chatham County Arts Council.  So
this would be a great time to donate something, show off your art, promote
your business, advertise your restaurant, or just do something for those
that need help the most.  Please let me know if you have any questions and
please donate as much or as little as you can, as long as you donate!

Thanks so much for your time,

Lesley Matthews

Annual Art Auction with the Family Violence Rape Crisis Center of Chatham
County. Location: Fearrington Barn . Tickets are $20. Live entertainment,
silent and live auction, cash bar and more!
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--------------------  8  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 14:04:56 -0500
From: "Sara Kane"
Subject: Re: Chatham Chatlist #3041

Re:  IonCleanse foot bath at Unity Books and Stuff in Pittsboro

In response to the question whether anyone has tried this, I must reply and
say that I have been receiving these and found them well worthwhile, and
rather fascinating.  It is an easy and comfortable way to draw toxins out of
your body through the feet while they rest in a warm foot bath.  You will be
amazed what comes out within a half-hour session!  Ramona Kadrich, the
practitioner, is very knowledgeable and well trained in this modality, warm
and friendly to work with.  She is also a treasury of information on many
health subjects, always willing to discuss your questions and concerns.  I
 do recommend you give it a try.

Sara Kane

--------------------  9  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 12:55:04 -0700
From: Locally Grown Art
Subject: FREE HELP

If anyone needs some help on a project I may be of some service
depending on what it is.

--------------------  10  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 14:59:15 -0500
From: Kelly Butler
Subject: Haw River Christian Academy accepting applications!

Haw River Christian Academy, Chatham County’s premier classical  
Christian school, is now accepting applications for staff and  
students for the 2008-09 school year.  Applications may be downloaded  
from the school’s web site,

Inspired by local parents seeking a Christian-based education for  
their children, Haw River Christian Academy (HRCA) will begin with  
kindergarten (half-day) through fourth grade, with plans to add one  
grade per year until serving K-12.  The non-denominational school  
will be initially located at Rock Spring Baptist Church along Highway  
15-501 North, between Pittsboro and Chapel Hill.

HRCA is being modeled after nationally recognized institutions, such  
as Logos School in Idaho and more locally, Cary Christian School.

For more information, please visit the school’s web site or call  

--------------------  11  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 15:17:59 -0500
From: ""
Subject: Be a Volunteer with Chatham County Together!

Greetings from Chatham County Together! an agency that has been serving
youth and families since 1989. We have a wonderful( and exceptional) group
of volunteers that do everything from mentoring to helping us sell Lobsters
at our annual Lobster Sale ( see website:
Our mission is:
to encourage "at risk" youth ages 6-17 and young adults to become healthy,
self -sufficient, and contributing members of society by:

•       Fostering positive mentoring relationships

•       Encouraging academic success

•       Teaching valuable skills

•       Offering family advocacy & support

       one-on-one, in small group and/or  family settings.

Last year we had the honor of having over 130 volunteers giving over 7,000
hours of their time!  There are so many ways that someone can help. If you
would like to mentor or tutor, we have youth all over the county who could
benefit from as little as one hour a week. If you would like to volunteer in
other ways, we have lots of ideas. Maybe you have an idea of your own.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of this organization and we welcome your
involvement.  Please feel free to contact us about ways to get involved.


Kim Caraganis, Director


--------------------  12  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 15:42:21 -0500
From: "Matista, Sarah"
Subject: The 6th Annual Fearrington Folk Art Show!

The Sixth Annual Fearrington Folk Art Show
February 23rd and 24th from 10am - 5pm


Fearrington Village, North Carolina - Experience a rare opportunity to =
meet and purchase art from over 30 of the Southeast's finest Folk =
Artists at the Fearrington Folk Art Show.  The Sixth Annual Folk Art =
Show will be held at the Barn at Fearrington on February 23rd and 24th =
from 10am - 5pm. =20


On Friday, February 22nd, a private preview of The Folk Art Show will be =
held from 7-9pm at The Barn at Fearrington. Enjoy a wine and hors =
d'oeuvres reception, meet this year's selected folk artists and be the =
first to peruse and purchase the artwork. Reserved tickets, $25 per =
guest, are limited and can be reserved by calling (919) 542-2121


The show is a comprehensive exhibition and sale of widely diverse =
artwork from Southern American artists who are deeply influenced by the =
spirit of what folk art, na=EFve art, primitivism and outsider art =
represent.  The 2007 line up for the show includes artists Sam 'The Dot =
Man' McMillan, Danny Doughty, Missionary Mary Proctor, Peter Loose, and =
Cher Shaffer. Featured artwork will include whimsical paintings, =
paper-mache objects, garden art, sculptures, and furniture.  All =
proceeds from the art show will benefit the artists directly.


The Folk Art Show is free and open to the public. =20


Fearrington Village is home to North Carolina's only AAA 5 Diamond and =
Mobil Five Star Inn & Restaurant, a collection of unique shops and a =
charming residential community numbering over 1800 residents.


Call 919.542.2121 or visit for more details.



Contact: Phoebe Lockley-Fox

Phoebe: 919.545.5704


--------------------  13  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 16:05:57 -0500
From: "Nora Yolles"
Subject: Book Club

Hi All,
My Name is Nora. I am new to the Chatlist and relatively new to the area. My
Husband,  6 month old daughter and I live in Bobcat Point. I am starting
a Book Club called Continuum Group. It is an Oprah inspired book club,
and the goal of the group is to bring people together for one evening a week
to discuss in-progress readings in a friendly, open-minded way. This group
is not meant to be a strict literature critique group. It is meant to be
more of a relaxed, discussion and introspection group whereby members have a
safe place to discuss views in relation to the readings, have a glass of
wine, share munchies, or maybe even exchange a recipe or two. The Oprah Book
Club list of selections will serve as reading guide, however if people want
to read other selections the group as a whole can decide what to read. We
are tentatively starting the group this Tuesday (Feb 12) at 7pm at my
place. The current book selection is *A New Earth* by Eckart
Tolle*.*Specifics on future meeting times and places can be decided as
we go. If you
are interested in being a part of Continuum Group email me at

Have a Great Day!
Nora Yolles-Young

--------------------  14  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 16:31:18 -0500
From: "Susan Graham"
Subject: NC Poultry Industry Newsletter - Winter 2008 Edition

Please find the latest edition of the North Carolina Poultry Industry
Newsletter at:


Thank you,


Dan Campeau

Area Specialized Agent - Poultry

Chatham County Center

North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

North Carolina State University

Post Office Box 279

Pittsboro, North Carolina  27312

Telephone: 919.542.8202; Fax: 919-542-8246




--------------------  15  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 18:06:14 -0500
From: Peggy Overton / Think Rain
Subject: Lost Dog

Posting this for a friend please don't reply to me.
Please reply to:
        Tonya Bracken
Lost in the vicinity of Lowes Home Improvement 02/08/08
Pickles  30 # Boxer-Beagle cross  10mo
short haired, white with black spots, black eyes and ears
no collar, very friendly
They have already tried the animal shelter and local vets


--------------------  16  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 22:10:22 -0500
From: jaime*chandra
Subject: Re: IonCleanse Footbath -at- Unity Books and Stuff & Ramona Kadrich

 Even after knowing Ramona for about a year, being a big believer in
alternative health, and holding a career in the healing arts, I was a bit
skeptical about the stories she told about the foot bath treatments. I mean,
if they were truly all that they claim to be, *I* would certainly heard
about them long ago. Quite frankly, I know stand corrected and can honestly
say my loved one and I owe our renewed quality of life to the IonCleanse.
Thanks to this amazing system, my partner Ian know finally knows what has
been plaguing his health for the past 15 years. He has sought medical advice
numerous times and undergone many treatments for misdiagnosed ailments, just
to watch his health decline further. He is a active and young 27 year old
who had experienced the digestive and respiratory issues of a 60 year old
starting in middle school. Ramona's skilled reading of his IonCleanse foot
bath gave him the necessary information to go back to the doctor to tell
*them* the REAL diagnosis... Candida Albicans Overgrowth. (which,
admittedly, is very hard to detect if you don't know to look for it) They
performed the necessary tests and confirmed it! He is 8 weeks into his
treatment now, which includes regular foot baths, and feels dramatically
better. He no longer needs an inhaler!

I too received a foot bath, the determine if I had developed the same
overgrowth, and thankfully I did not. I did, however, notice a big boost in
my mental clarity the next day while I was taking a national
licensing/certification exam for massage therapy.

Don't make the same mistake I did... make an appointment!

~Jaime Chandra Kozlowski, LMBT, NCTMB, RYT
  919 - 533 - 8058  ~

--------------------  17  --------------------
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 22:27:05 -0500
From: Karen
Subject: Cubscouts collecting food for CORA

The Cubscouts of Pack 93 in Pittsboro will be collecting food to donate to
the CORA food bank at the Pittsboro Food Lion on Sunday, February 17th from
12:30-3:30.  This is one of the ways our Pack tries to give something back
to the community.  Please help us by coming by and donating non-perishable
foods for those who need it.

Where:  Pittsboro Food Lion, 630 East St.
When:  Sunday, February 17th, 12:30-3:30
What:  Non-perishable food items

Pack 93 would like to thank all of you in advance for your generous
donations.  We'd also like to thank Food Lion for allowing us to set up in
front of their store.

Karen Beaton

--------------------  18  --------------------
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 07:03:02 -0500
From: "Gene"
Subject: Monday's Election Filings in Chatham County

Board of County Commissioners

Patrick Barnes, Democrat, Apex, District 1*

Mike Cross, Democrat, Moncure, District 2*

Armentha Davis, Democrat, Moncure, District 2

Register of Deeds

Treva B. Seagroves, Democrat, Goldston (interim register now)

Chatham County Board of Education (non-partisan)

Gene Galin, Pittsboro, District 2

District Court Judge

Glenn Gerding, Chapel Hill, District 15B (Pat Devine seat)

Page Vernon, Pittsboro, District 15B (Pat Devine seat)

State Senate

Bob Atwater, Democrat, Chapel Hill, District 18* (district also includes part of southern Durham County)

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