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Written by Gene Galin   
Friday, 03 April 2009

This digest contains the following messages:

  1. Chatham Bookkeeping Services  
         by: Heather Johnson chathambo...@gmail.com
  2. Academy Opens Doors to Homeschoolers  
         by: Kelly Butler ke...@hawriverchristian.org
  3. Post to chatlist please  
         by: Brett Harvey bbhgrasscutt...@yahoo.com
  4. duck eggs  
         by:  mluk...@mindspring.com
  5. American Guinea Hog piglets for sale  
         by: Lisa Duff laughingstockfa...@msn.com
  6. For Rent - Pittsboro  
         by: Tom Glendinning goag...@embarqmail.com
  7. House for Rent in Downtown Pittsboro  
         by:  d...@aol.com
  8. This week at the General Store Caf=E9  
         by: Vance Remick va...@thegeneralstorecafe.com
  9. flowerbed weeding and mulching etc help  needed partime in PBO  
         by: Shannon Wall resqd...@mindspring.com
  10. Childcare  
         by:  rt...@aol.com
  11. web design and hosting  
         by: Lee Matthews l...@nc.rr.com
  12. Dog crate for sale  
         by: Michele Fulton mmful...@email.unc.edu
  13. Must sell - combining households  
         by: BRUCE BAGWELL dutchbagw...@msn.com
  14. Must Sell - combining households  
         by: BRUCE BAGWELL dutchbagw...@msn.com
  15. 1992 Astro van for Parts  
         by: Joe Suprick, PMP jsupr...@mindspring.com
  16. The Fearrington House Announces the 2009 Culinary School Series  
         by: Lindgren, Kerstin kers...@FEARRINGTON.com
  17. Help! I need some bamboo and a macrame artist  
         by: Terri Turner te...@weaverstreetrealty.com
  18. Please post  
         by: Michelle Yarbrough miche...@eaglespringsfarm.net
  19. SASHA NEEDS A LOVING HOME  
         by: Carole Hoffman choff...@hughes.net
  20. FOR SALE - Nice, large desk for home or office  
         by: Kelly Butler ke...@2sparrows.org
  21. Please post to Chatlist  
         by: Brett Harvey bbhgrasscutt...@yahoo.com
  22. Re: Chatham Chatlist #3384  
         by: Sara Kane saraka...@gmail.com
  23. Louisiana Shrimp and Seafood  
         by: LouisianaFresh Shrimp louisianafreshshr...@yahoo.com
  24. Photography Gallery open First Sunday  
         by: Craig Greiner c.a.grei...@gmail.com
  25. WINDOW WIZARD  
         by: Adam Brinson radambrin...@gmail.com
  26. print cartridge  
         by: Diane Johnson d...@embarqmail.com
  27. New, New, New at Chatham Marketplace  
         by: Kathleen Conroy kathl...@blast.com
  28. Academy Opens Doors to Homeschoolers  
         by: Kelly Butler ke...@hawriverchristian.org
  29. Bicycles serviced and repaired  
         by: Jeff Howell chathamspo...@gmail.com
  30. First Sunday  
         by: A Trayes atra...@gmail.com
  31. Oldest House in Pittsboro  
         by: LADD Katherine heronk...@embarqmail.com
  32. house for rent  
         by: Susanna susannastew...@embarqmail.com
  33. Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival: Understanding Earth Day  
         by: Shakori Hills shakorihi...@grassrootsfest.org
  34. Volunteers are still needed -what a great day it will be!  
         by: Darcey Moore dmo...@chimerix-inc.com
  35. Saddle for sale  
         by: Roxie Gunter roxie_gun...@med.unc.edu
  36. High chair  
         by: Roxana Lopez roxy03lo...@yahoo.com
  37. Yoga, pilates, Tai Chi  classes  
         by: Doug Burleson dcburle...@nc.rr.com
  38. Found dog  
         by:  p...@hispanicliaison.org
  39. Krispy Kreme doughnut sale downtown Pittsboro Saturday morning  
         by: Harry Bulbrook bulbro...@gmail.com
  40. 1st Sunday, classes & more  
         by: Mariah Wheeler mariah.joyfulje...@gmail.com
  41. Transfer from video tap to CD  
         by: Schade-NC rschade...@nc.rr.com
  42. Summer Camp  
         by:  Afeh...@aol.com
  43. Friday stuff  
         by: Mark Stinson stinm...@connectnc.net
  44. Job Opening: Teacher Assistant  
         by: Ann director....@gmail.com
  45. Special Spring Break Tours at CPT  
         by: Scott Miller ScottMil...@cptigers.org
  46. Chatham Historical Museum open 1st Sunday  
         by: Jim and Beverly Wiggins jime...@embarqmail.com
  47. Plant Sharing  
         by: Susan Harris susanharri...@gmail.com
  48. First Sunday Events in Historic Pittsboro  
         by: Janice Escott unitybooksandst...@gmail.com
  49. Items for sale in Pittsboro  
         by: Lloyd DeWald ldew...@yahoo.com
  50. Gift certificates and Bartering  
         by: lynn Williams drly...@yahoo.com
  51. Tent Revival  
         by: Wynne Scott wynned...@hotmail.com
  52. Barbecue Fundraiser Brown's Chapel  
         by: Robert Britson rdbrit...@embarqmail.com
  53. Auto shop in Goldston  
         by: Chuck Tharp ncvelo...@hotmail.com
  54. very nice N.chatham Rental  

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Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 10:57:44 -0400
From: Heather Johnson chathambo...@gmail.com
Subject: Chatham Bookkeeping Services

No Business Too Small!!

End of Year tax preparation is here...

Save money and stop paying your CPA to complete bookkeeping tasks. Allow me
to help you organize your small business financials. I specialize in
developing accounting systems and training you or your staff on how to run
them. I am an expert in Quickbooks Pro and Peachtree software and can help
you to customize these programs for your business.

I also have bookkeeping services available at every level. I have a flexible
schedule and am available evenings. I offer a free consultation.

Thanks!

Heather Johnson
chathambo...@gmail.com
444-1186

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Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 11:44:23 -0400
From: Kelly Butler ke...@hawriverchristian.org
Subject: Academy Opens Doors to Homeschoolers

Haw River Christian Academy (HRCA) is not only opening up another  
grade this Fall, serving grades K-3, but also expanding its student  
body to include homeschooling families.  The school will be offering  
Music and Latin classes for interested families.  Registration is now  
open for the 2009-10 school year, which begins in September.

As part of the classical Christian curriculum, Latin is introduced to  
the Academy’s students beginning in the 3rd grade.  Homeschooling  
families who are seeking outside assistance in this subject may  
consider enrolling their child(ren), grades 2-5 (ages 7-10 by August  
31, 2009) in the school’s program.  Pastor Jerry Ward, Pittsboro  
Church of the Nazarene, will be teaching the class.  He graduated in  
2001 with a religion degree from Trevecca Nazarene University.  He  
continued his education at Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas  
City, eventually returning to the South to attend Duke Divinity School.

Music classes, for grades 2-5 (ages 7-10 by August 31, 2009), will  
also be available to homeschoolers.  The class is taught by a local  
parent and member of the school, Amanda Sparks, who holds a degree in  
music performance (voice) and an endorsement for teaching music.  She  
is classically trained in piano, voice, and several instruments.

Students are taught proper singing technique, how to sing in harmony,  
and performance skills while learning hymns and quality songs.  They  
also study beginning music theory including rhythm pattern repetition,  
reading and writing simple music notation, and beginning music  
vocabulary.  Students are introduced to the instruments of the  
orchestra and begin to identify them while listening to selected  
classical music literature.  There is also an emphasis on music  
history and music genre.  During the Spring semester, the students  
will learn to play the recorder.

Tuition for the Latin class, which meets Tuesday, Wednesday, and  
Thursday at HRCA from 9:00-9:45 A.M. (with review materials provided  
for Monday and Friday) is $50.00/month per child.  The Music class,  
scheduled for Wednesday mornings from 9:45-10:45 A.M., is $40.00/month  
per child.  Applications, requiring a $50.00 registration fee for  
either class, are now available.  Students may register for both  
classes, specially priced at $75.00/month per child, with a $75.00  
registration fee.  Seating is limited.

For more information or to request an application, please call the  
School Office at 919-533-4139 or visit the school’s web site:  www.HawRiverChristian.org

--------------------  3  --------------------
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 09:14:12 -0700 (PDT)
From: Brett Harvey bbhgrasscutt...@yahoo.com
Subject: Post to chatlist please

BBH Grass Cutting, located in Pittsboro, is currently running an Early Bird Special.  Your lawn will be cut and edged for only $25!  We cut when you want, no contracts.   The only requirement is you contact us before March 30th.   That's it!   This special is for the average neighborhood lawn.  We are happy to come out and give you a great price no matter what size your lawn. 
Thanks for considering us for your grass cutting needs,
Brett Harvey  (H)919-533-3221 or (C)919-444-1801
BBHGrassCutt...@yahoo.com

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Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 17:39:36 -0400 (GMT-04:00)
From: mluk...@mindspring.com
Subject: duck eggs

   We have Muscovy duck eggs if anyone is interested. Our girls leave us about 4-5 eggs a day and we don't need that many babies. We don't eat them but have heard they are great for baking--large yolks. Let us know if you would like any--they are free!!

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Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 18:34:36 -0400
From: Lisa Duff laughingstockfa...@msn.com
Subject: American Guinea Hog piglets for sale

American Guinea Hog boar piglets for sale.  Born 1/19/09.  Registered breeding quality boar piglet $200.  Feeder piglets $50.  Call Lisa 369-4890.

--------------------  6  --------------------
Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 18:54:33 -0500
From: "Tom Glendinning" goag...@embarqmail.com
Subject: For Rent - Pittsboro

For rent - available January.  Spacious one acre lot.

14X54 Oakwood mobile home, washer/dryer, central AC, dishwasher, 2 BR, large LR and
deck, 12 miles from CH, 25 miles to Durham, near 64 bypass and Northwood
High School, good community.  $ 600/mo.  References required.

545-0880

--------------------  7  --------------------
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2009 14:18:39 -0400
From: d...@aol.com
Subject: House for Rent in Downtown Pittsboro

For rent: Newly renovated 2 bedroom house within easy walking distance of the Courthouse Square in downtown Pittsboro. The house has new electric, plumbing, paint, blinds, energy efficient upgrades, kitchen and bath. There is a large yard and a full back deck. Please call 545-2160 or e-mail d...@aol.com.

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Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2009 20:34:21 -0400
From: "Vance Remick" va...@thegeneralstorecafe.com
Subject: This week at the General Store Caf=E9

Easter Sunday at the GSC
Sunday, April 12, 9 am =96 3 pm
Come out and enjoy our scrumptious GSC Brunch with your family,
celebrate Easter and enjoy music as well with Victor Murillo.  Through
his South American roots and unique vision, Victor Murillo has created a
sound that reflects the depth of his recent exploration in Middle
Eastern music and jazz. A brief list of some of the instruments he has
mastered: Guitar- classical and Latin jazz, Kenas =96 Andean notched
bamboo flutes, Native American Flutes, Bansuri =96 transverse alto flute
from India, South American stringed instruments including: charango,
tiple, cuatro venezolano and mandolina, and Zicus =96 panflutes.

GSC Sunday Night Event
Sunday, May 3 - 4:30-7 pm=20
19 Member Swing Band!
Enjoy our Sunday Night Swing Band with OLLI New Horizons Swing Band=96 =
$10
gives you an entr=E9e, salad & dessert! This Swing Band plays the Big =
Band
tunes you remember from the 40's & 50's. Some swing, some ballads, some
livelier numbers. Great music for listening and for dancing.
=20
Jordan Lake Music Festival
Saturday & Sunday, May 2 & 3, 11-7 pm
Come out for live music, dance, artists, chidren=92s activities, =
historic
farm and the GSC will have a food booth!!
=20
Mother=92s Day at the GSC, Sunday, May 10 9-3 pm
Music by Eduardo Moran 11-2 pm
Bring your Mom to our special Mother=92s Day Brunch and hear the melodic
music from Raleigh guitarist Eduardo Moran who is keeping the tradition
of Latin American La Trova music alive in the Triangle. ...
=20
Burrito Bash for Concerned Bikers & CARE
Tuesday, May 12, 6-9 pm
The volunteers of C.A.R.E. and CBA in partnership with the General Store
Caf=E9 will hold its 6th Annual Burrito Bash fundraiser.  A $15 donation
on this special Tuesday night will provide you a General Store dinner
burrito, chips and salsa, and live music provided by The Big Time Party
Band. Live and Silent Auction.
=20
This Week=92s Calendar of Events
=20
Monday, March 30, 7:00-10 pm
Shag Dancing =96=20
Have you tried Shaggin'?  June Arthurs and Larry Patterson, Master Shag
Dance instructors, will teach from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. The
beginner class starts at 7:00pm, followed by intermediates at 8:00, and
advanced at 9:00.  Lessons are only $30.00 per person each month.=20
=20
Benefit & Auction on behalf of Moncure Plywood Workers=20
Wednesday, April 1, 6-9:00 pm -$15
Benefit & Auction on behalf of Moncure Plywood Workers - Baked Chicken
Dinner & Entertainment with the Raging Grannies, Moncure Strikers Chorus
& Sing-Along. Auctioneer Gary Phillips. $15.00
=20
=20
Thursday, April 2, 7-9 pm   =20
Jazz with Bernie Petteway
You'll hear the Bernie Petteway Trio play jazz standards for sure, but
don't be surprised if you hear tunes from the songbooks of Pat Metheny,
Patsy Cline, Charlie Haden, or even the BeeGees. This incredibly
talented trio includes Bernie Petteway on guitar, Ed Butler on drums and
Robbie Link of double bass=20
=20
Friday, April 3, 8:30-11:00 pm
Marty Christensen
Marty's music can best be described as a strong mixture of different
kinds of southern music. He plays the blues guitar and sings like a soul
singer: Chicago blues meet Memphis soul, so to speak. His
interpretations of blues originals are mixed with soul influences and
the zydeco from the Louisiana swamps.=20
=20
Saturday, April 4, 8:30-11:00 pm
The Swang Brothers & Our One Year Victory Celebration!!
Come out and enjoy our One Year Victory Celebration and enjoy Beer &
Wine Specials, Door Prizes, Live Music with the Swang Brothers,
Complimentary Hors D'Oeuvres, Organic, Fresh Local Specials &
Anniversary Cake! Doors open in the Black Bird bar at 6 pm, music starts
at 8:30 - 11 pm.

The Swang Brothers consists of FJ Ventre on double-bass and vocals, Eric
Peterson on electric guitar and vocals, and David Quick on acoustic
guitar and vocals. These guys are veterans of many local bands and
decided to get together and do something different with their talents,
something more interesting, something a little quieter yet more intense,
something with a musical flavor all of its own. So kick back--or get up
and dance!--to the mooning, crooning, and twanging of the Swang
Brothers!=20

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Date: Sun, 29 Mar 2009 23:36:54 -0400
From: "Shannon Wall" resqd...@mindspring.com
Subject: flowerbed weeding and mulching etc help  needed partime in PBO

I'm looking for help weeding, mulching and general yardwork once or twice weekly during April and May and possibly through the summer.  Should be familiar with plant identification, esp perennials and be physically able to haul wheelbarrow loads of mulch and run a garden tiller, pushmower, weedeater and blower (all provided).  Occasional scooping of dog, cat, rabbit and chicken poop so must be animal savvy and friendly.  Weekday or weekend work, most likely 5-8 hours weekly, flexible on days and hours, $8.50 per hour.  Contact me by email or by phone 542-7585.  Located off hwy 87 north approx 3 miles from Al's Diner.

Shannon Wall
resqd...@mindspring.com

--------------------  10  --------------------
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 01:08:27 -0400
From: rt...@aol.com
Subject: Childcare

I would like to keep one child in my home with my 2 1/2 year old. The hours would be 9am-2pm (negotiable) 4 days/week.? I live in Pittsboro, the mother of three wonderful children, ages 10, 8 and 2 1/2. I have my BA in Art,?I have kept children in my home before, taught in kindergarten and I am Co-Founder of a local Christian Preschool.? I would love to share creative art activities with the children as well as introduce them to early preschool educational experience?and take them to local?playgroup and possible educational outings, museums, library, local farms and music.
I could begin now if needed or plan for the upcoming Fall of 2009. I can supply references if needed.? For more information please call Ronda at 542-3728

--------------------  11  --------------------
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 08:20:20 -0400
From: "Lee Matthews" l...@nc.rr.com
Subject: web design and hosting

Do you need web design, web hosting, or basically anything technical?
Contact Lee at BlueFoot Technical Solutions. 919-542-6269. See more details
at http://www.bluefoottech.com .

--------------------  12  --------------------
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 15:19:08 -0400
From: Michele Fulton mmful...@email.unc.edu
Subject: Dog crate for sale

I have a Life Stages dog crate for sale. This was used only twice for 2
cats. My dad was traveling in a RV and wanted to allow the cats time to
be outside.  The crate measures 24W x 36L x 27H. He is asking $50 for
this. Please email me if you are interested mmful...@email.unc.edu

Here is the company web site to read more about the crate.br
http://www.midwestpetproducts.com/product/LS-1636DD

--------------------  13  --------------------
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 20:57:35 -0400
From: BRUCE BAGWELL dutchbagw...@msn.com
Subject: Must sell - combining households

Kitchen table/6 chairs- wooden table has two insertable leaves $100.00/stationary exercise bicycle $40.00/weider exercise station $100.00/wooden entertainment center $125.00/bed w/brass headboard $50.00/3 small accent tables, 1 with drawer, 1 round and 1 with bottom shelf -$10.00 each/white crib no mattress $50.00/mauve and black accent rug approx 5x7 $40.00. Email for pictures or more information. Lynette  Bagwell

--------------------  14  --------------------
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 21:05:10 -0400
From: BRUCE BAGWELL dutchbagw...@msn.com
Subject: Must Sell - combining households

Sharp Carosel microwave $30.00/Kolcraft Travelin Tot 4 n 1 activity gym playpen $40.00/wire dog crate for medium dog $20.00.  Please email for more information or pictures or call 542-4208.  Lynette

--------------------  15  --------------------
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 2009 22:35:31 -0400 (GMT-04:00)
From: "Joe Suprick, PMP" jsupr...@mindspring.com
Subject: 1992 Astro van for Parts

1992 Astro work Van for part.

Excellent tires
Warranted Battery
Engine control box
Body parts

Other parts

Engine has broken Rod......

200.00 OBO

--------------------  16  --------------------
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 11:57:20 -0400
From: "Lindgren, Kerstin" kers...@FEARRINGTON.com
Subject: The Fearrington House Announces the 2009 Culinary School Series

Polish your culinary skills with one of our hands-on cooking class
retreats at The Fearrington House Restaurant this year. Executive Chef
Colin Bedford shares his culinary knowledge on topics ranging from
cooking with herbs, seasoning and cooking meats, and creating great fall
cuisine.  The retreat includes afternoon tea, wine and hors d'oeuvres
reception, dinner, an overnight stay at the award-winning country
Fearrington House Country Inn, breakfast and a full morning of hands-on
cooking instruction. The series is open to those with a range of
culinary skill levels, and equally ideal for couples and groups of
friends. Chef Bedford's accessible instructional approach includes
hands-on and group work and tips for making these dishes at home.  Class
size is kept small to facilitate the learning experience.

The first day of the retreat is designed to introduce class attendees to
each other and to the team at The Fearrington House.  Chef Bedford and
Wine Director Max Kast will host the wine and hors d'oeuvres reception
in the adjacent Garden House before a gourmet dinner is served at the
Fearrington House Restaurant.  Following dinner, a tour of the wine
cellar, kitchen and culinary class kitchen are given by Chef Bedford and
Wine Director Kast.

After a restful evening and a hearty breakfast, students join Chef
Bedford in the teaching kitchen for a full morning of hands-on culinary
work.  In addition to covering the topic at hand, innovative techniques,
knife skills and seasoning methods are shared in every class.  

The 2009 Culinary School Series includes:

July 12th and 13th, 2009: The Herb Kitchen
The ideal class for gardeners and gourmands alike, the Herb Kitchen
class focuses on organic produce from local farms and the Fearrington
gardens.  Colin will teach students how to create and enhance recipes
with herbs. Our organic gardening specialist will also share information
about cultivating herbs.

August 16th and 17th, 2009: Grilling Class
Roll up your chef's jacket sleeves for the annual Fearrington grilling
class. Get expert advice on grilling techniques from Colin while
mastering innovative recipes for your next cook-out. Max Kast will offer
beer and wine pairing suggestions to complement your grilling creations.

September 6th and 7th, 2009: Fall Harvest
North Carolina's bounty of Autumn produce will be highlighted in our
hands-on Fall Harvest Class. Colin will lead this class through the
process of preparing, cooking and presenting fall cuisine.

About The Fearrington House Restaurant

The Fearrington House Restaurant is a member of Relais & Chateaux, an
association of the finest restaurants and hotels in the world, and is
the only Green Certified TM AAA Five Diamond restaurant in the country.
Awarded the 'Best Of Award of Excellence' from The Wine Spectator since
2004, the farmhouse restaurant is recognized for its sophisticated
contemporary American cuisine.  Opened in 1980 and surrounded by
extensive gardens, The Fearrington House Restaurant is located 8 miles
north of Pittsboro on 15-501. For further information, visit
www.fearrington.com http://www.fearrington.com/ .

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Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 11:25:53 -0500
From: Terri Turner te...@weaverstreetrealty.com
Subject: Help! I need some bamboo and a macrame artist

Hey all. My husband is in need of bamboo - lots of it - for a project.
He's willing to come out to your property and cut it if need be. If you
have some bamboo you'd like to get rid of, let me know. Thanks.

We're also in need of a person who knows how to do macrame. We need
something custom made. If you know macrame, let me know & we can talk
about the details.

Thanks!

terri

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Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 12:29:59 -0400
From: "Michelle Yarbrough" miche...@eaglespringsfarm.net
Subject: Please post

http://jwade1j.realtors.officelive.com/default.aspx

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Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 15:51:06 -0400
From: Carole Hoffman choff...@hughes.net
Subject: SASHA NEEDS A LOVING HOME

I'm sending this at a friend's request. I know this dog. I dog sit for
her periodically. She is a real sweetheart.

Sasha, a 2-year old female (shepherd/chow/lab) needs a new home, where
she will have more people time and opportunity to exercise than I can
provide. I have been feeding and befriending Sasha for a year, but she
deserves better. Sasha is a beautiful black dog with light brown eyes
and thick fur, about 50 lbs, current on rabies shot, spayed, etc. She is
smart, and FULL of energy. Sasha has behavior problems like jumping up,
tugging at clothes and obeying commands, but she walks well on a leash
and trainers have told me she’s teachable. She has tremendous enthusiasm
for life. She would be *GREAT* as a herder on a farm or with a family
where someone is home during the day. She runs like the wind and has
been known to sleep with pigs!

For more info &/or to set up a time to meet Sasha, please call Laura
Baron at 966-8935 (work) or 542-6282 (home) or E-mail me at
laura_ba...@med.unc.edu laura_ba...@med.unc.edu%20%20 3 month supply
of Frontline Topspot included.

*ANIMAL LOVERS UNITE !!!!!!!!!*

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 06:23:13 -0400
From: Kelly Butler ke...@2sparrows.org
Subject: FOR SALE - Nice, large desk for home or office

Light gray, heavy duty composite (MDF?) construction.  Purchased 10+  
years ago, one owner in a non-smoking home.

It's in great shape, just doesn't fit in the room that we're switching  
into an office.

Measures 6 feet x 4 feet on top.
2 deep drawers (for legal or letter folders)
2 shallow drawers (ideal for pen/pencil tray, pads of paper, etc.)

Photos available.

Asking $75.00, including local delivery to new owner.  Assembly will  
be required, but includes hardware.

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 05:53:08 -0700 (PDT)
From: Brett Harvey bbhgrasscutt...@yahoo.com
Subject: Please post to Chatlist

BBH Grass Cutting , located in Pittsboro,  wants to cut your grass!                              
We provide grass cutting, edging and clean-up at a reasonable price.  $25  for most neighborhood lawns. 
We are happy to come out and give you a great price no matter what size your property. We cut when you want and on your schedule.  No contracts.  Billing is monthly. Spend more time enjoying life, let us do the work!  Thanks for considering us for your grass cutting needs. 
Owner/Operator: Brett Harvey,  Cell: 919-444-1801  
That's not all!  We can do general clean-up around your property,  pressure washing,  gutter cleaning,  gutter guard installation, small tree removal,  mulching, and deck building. Contact us to discuss your special project!
BBHGrassCutt...@yahoo.com

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 09:10:56 -0400
From: Sara Kane saraka...@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Chatham Chatlist #3384

Subject:  Lilies poisonous to cats

A friend of mine was given a bouquet that had a lily in it.  Her cat got the
pollen on his coat and ended up in hospital receiving a special $1800
treatment to save his life from exposure to the lily.  We had no idea lilies
were so dangerous to cats and there are a lot of them around at Easter
time.  This applies only to true lilies, not the many other flowers with the
lily name.  The florists don't seem to inform or warn people about this
danger.

If a cat is exposed to a lily - whether it is the pollen or if they bite the
leaf or petal - they have an 18-hour window during which to start the poison
treatment of forcing fluids through the kidneys, then administering charcoal
to absorb the poison.  This treatment is only given at special facilities,
two in this area.  This must be done within 18 hours even though the signs
of illness will not show up until 2 days after exposure!  The cat will
appear perfectly fine but will still need this treatment to save its life.

So just don't bring lilies into a house where cats live.  Who knew?

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 07:32:20 -0700 (PDT)
From: LouisianaFresh Shrimp louisianafreshshr...@yahoo.com
Subject: Louisiana Shrimp and Seafood

Hi Everyone!
 
Easter Sunday is April 12th and I plan on being in Pittsboro at 87 Thompson Street on Thursday (April 9th) and Friday (April 10th) with Louisiana Shrimp and Seafood.  We start at 10:00 am each day.
 
Our website is www.LouisianaFreshShrimp.com   We maintain an email list and send out timely emails telling everyone when we are leaving New Orleans, what we were able to find, etc.  If you love shrimp and seafood you can get on our email list by going to our website. 
 
This will be our 6th trip to Pittsboro with seafood from Louisiana.  
   
On each of our previous trips we have offered our Louisiana Shrimp for $7...75 per pound.  That will be the price this time too!  We hope to bring 16-20 count shrimp this time, it is our favorite size.
 
We love our visits to the beautiful state of North Carolina and Chatham County and the Town of Pittsboro.  You're above sea level!!!  
 
I hope everyone has a wonderful Easter Holiday!
 
AL                  www.LouisianaFreshShrimp.com
 
 
 

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 10:39:21 -0400
From: Craig Greiner c.a.grei...@gmail.com
Subject: Photography Gallery open First Sunday

TriRiver Photography will have an open gallery in Pittsboro for April's
First Sunday.

In honor of the coming spring, and to make room for new work, pieces form
the previous year will be reduced up to 50%. The gallery is located on the
second story, above the previous Fusion's storefront, in the office of Greg
Stafford. Look for the sign and please stop by. It is worth the trip up the
stairs...

The gallery will feature Fine Art photography on multiple mediums including
photo rag, canvas and metal substrates. Yes - metal - something you must see
to believe...

Pieces priced from $35. If nothing else, drop by to show your support for
the budding arts community in Pittsboro and Chatham county.

--
Craig Greiner
TriRiver Photography
Pittsboro, NC

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 16:41:44 -0400
From: Adam Brinson radambrin...@gmail.com
Subject: WINDOW WIZARD

Your Highnesses, have the spring rains been overflowing your gutters? Better
send your fastest foot messengers to the Window Wizard and tell him to free
the clogs that doth block up the downspouts.The overflow may be flooding the
dungeon or damaging the foundations of your high castle!  You don't want to
leave that undone.  Windows get especially dirty this time of year with the
pollen falling so remember that the wizard can aide you if you have the need
for window cleaning too. Good day!
--
Adam Brinson
Window Wizard
www.chapelhillwindowwashing.com
(919)928-8548

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 18:27:25 -0400
From: "Diane Johnson" d...@embarqmail.com
Subject: print cartridge

I have a HP 92A print cartridge that is brand new and never opened. It is free if anyone can use it.
email to d...@embarqmail.com

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 21:43:24 -0400
From: Kathleen Conroy kathl...@blast.com
Subject: New, New, New at Chatham Marketplace

We have all sorts of new things happening at Chatham Marketplace! We  
have new products, new prices, new paint, a new sign, and even new  
hours. We are now open 7am to 9pm!

Come check us out! Chatham Marketplace is a grocery store with a deli  
and a café.  We are owned by members of the community (about 1700 of  
us) and everyone is welcome to shop here!

Chatham Marketplace is located 1/2 mile north of the traffic circle  
in Pittsboro on 15-501 at 480 Hillsboro Street in historic Chatham  
Mills. Our phone number is 919-542-2643. Our website is http://
chathammarketplace.coop.

Kathleen Conroy
919-799-9326
kathl...@blast.com

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 23:08:37 -0400
From: Kelly Butler ke...@hawriverchristian.org
Subject: Academy Opens Doors to Homeschoolers

Haw River Christian Academy (HRCA) is not only opening up another  
grade this Fall, serving grades K-3, but also expanding its student  
body to include homeschooling families.  The school will be offering  
Music and Latin classes for interested families.  Registration is now  
open for the 2009-10 school year, which begins in September.

As part of the classical Christian curriculum, Latin is introduced to  
the Academy’s students beginning in the 3rd grade.  Homeschooling  
families who are seeking outside assistance in this subject may  
consider enrolling their child(ren), grades 2-5 (ages 7-10 by August  
31, 2009) in the school’s program.  Pastor Jerry Ward, Pittsboro  
Church of the Nazarene, will be teaching the class.  He graduated in  
2001 with a religion degree from Trevecca Nazarene University.  He  
continued his education at Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas  
City, eventually returning to the South to attend Duke Divinity School.

Music classes, for grades 2-5 (ages 7-10 by August 31, 2009), will  
also be available to homeschoolers.  The class is taught by a local  
parent and member of the school, Amanda Sparks, who holds a degree in  
music performance (voice) and an endorsement for teaching music.  She  
is classically trained in piano, voice, and several instruments.

Students are taught proper singing technique, how to sing in harmony,  
and performance skills while learning hymns and quality songs.  They  
also study beginning music theory including rhythm pattern repetition,  
reading and writing simple music notation, and beginning music  
vocabulary.  Students are introduced to the instruments of the  
orchestra and begin to identify them while listening to selected  
classical music literature.  There is also an emphasis on music  
history and music genre.  During the Spring semester, the students  
will learn to play the recorder.

Tuition for the Latin class, which meets Tuesday, Wednesday, and  
Thursday at HRCA from 9:00-9:45 A.M. (with review materials provided  
for Monday and Friday) is $50.00/month per child. The Music class,  
scheduled for Wednesday mornings from 9:45-10:45 A.M., is $40.00/month  
per child.  Applications, requiring a $50.00 registration fee for  
either class, are now available.  Students may register for both  
classes, specially priced at $75.00/month per child, with a $75.00  
registration fee.  Seating is limited.

For more information or to request an application, please call the  
School Office at 919-533-4139 or visit the school’s web site:  www.HawRiverChristian.org

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Date: Thu, 02 Apr 2009 08:10:01 -0400
From: Jeff Howell chathamspo...@gmail.com
Subject: Bicycles serviced and repaired

Well spring and summer are here. Are your bicycles ready for the ride?

I have over 20 years experience in the bicycle industry. I have built
bicycles from the ground up and have worked on just about every type of
bicycle that there is. I would love to help you get your bike back in
running order if it has been awhile or to do repairs or tune ups if you
need them. I can repair flats, true wheels, replace broken spokes, tune
ups, major and minor repairs, major and minor overhauls and new, frame
up builds. I can supply parts or use yours. I can also help in the
selection of a new bike or help find that cool used one and then get you
on it and set up correctly.

I can pick up your bike and return it or do some things on site at your
home. Your choice.

I have very reasonable rates and will be happy to email you a list of my
services and prices upon request or I can come give you an estimate.

Let’s get you back on the trails or the road so you can enjoy your summer.

Thank you very much for the response to this from Chatlist readers!
Chatham residents are awesome!

You can contact me at chathamspo...@gmail.com

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 09:25:57 -0400
From: A Trayes atra...@gmail.com
Subject: First Sunday

Hi neighbors!

Can anyone tell me if there is anything going on in town this Sunday?  I was
hoping that First Sundays had started up, but it is Palm Sunday..... Help,
we have bored kids!!!!!

Thanks!

Amy

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 09:33:24 -0400
From: LADD Katherine heronk...@embarqmail.com
Subject: Oldest House in Pittsboro

I have recently made a painting of the oldest house in Pittsboro,  
otherwise known as the "Yellow House".  You can see it here:
http://www.boundlessgallery.com/artist/11713.art

If you are interested in purchasing this painting you may have 15 %  
off and of course will not have to pay the shipping cost if you pick  
it up.
Please email me or call to visit my studio. Thanks,  Kate
542-3866

http://www.blueheronkate.blogspot.com

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 09:35:03 -0400
From: "Susanna" susannastew...@embarqmail.com
Subject: house for rent

FOR RENT: 2400 SQ FT HOME

Located 25 minutes south of Chapel Hill on a 10 acre lot surrounded by
thousands of acres of undeveloped land, at the end of a private road. Quiet
like this you won't find easily. Of note:

*       First floor: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with steam shower and
washer/drier, an office space, dining room with adjacent large living
room/kitchen area with refrigerator, dishwasher and Mexican tile backsplash,
wood stove, and a screened in porch with adjacent decks

*       Second floor: 1 bedroom with walk in closet, full bath with tub,
small office or sewing room

*       Ground floor: large studio with sink and a shop space  

*       New construction with some older, remodeled construction

*       Central heat and air

*       Large fenced in vegetable garden; fenced in flower garden in front
of house; nicely landscaped

*       Outdoor storage buildings and dog pen

Pets welcome, with some considerations.

Asking $1400 per month.  Lease available.

Pictures available upon request.

For more information call 919-542-4234

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Date: Wed, 1 Apr 2009 17:50:14 -0400
From: Shakori Hills shakorihi...@grassrootsfest.org
Subject: Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival: Understanding Earth Day

Celebrate the Earth at Shakori Hills

What: Spring Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance
When: Thursday, April 16 through Sunday April 19, 2009
Where: 1439 Henderson Tanyard Road
              Silk Hope, North Carolina
Just down the road from Pittsboro, Chapel Hill,
Carrboro, Raleigh, Durham, and Greensboro.
For more info: Schedule and info
athttp://www.shakorihills.org
www.shakorihills.org or by calling (919)
542-8142. Information is always being updated.

Featured performers:
http://drralphstanley.com/index.shtmlRalph
Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys,
http://www.donnathebuffalo.com/Donna the
Buffalo, http://www.jimlauderdale.com/Jim
Lauderdale, http://www.keithfrank.com/Keith
Frank & The Soileau Zydeco Band,
http://rachidtaha.artistes.universalmusic.fr/Rachid
Taha, http://www.theoldceremony.com/The Old
Ceremony, http://www.myspace.com/olafrescaJose
Conde y Ola Fresca,
http://www.toddsnider.net/Todd Snider,
http://www.thehorseflies.com/The Horse Flies,
and
http://www.bloodshotrecords.com/artist/justin-townes-earleJustin
Townes Earle

Silk Hope, NC - The Spring Shakori Hills
Grassroots Festival always falls around Earth Day
(April 22nd). Each year, it seems the ecological
and sustainability practices become more and more
prevalent at this festival which obviously has a
commitment to the earth as well as to education
about its care. Shakori Hills also has a lot of
friends and allies in this commitment.

This past fall, on Saturday, while the festival
(and local) favorites The Carolina Chocolate
Drops were playing their set, the festival had a
significant power failure, causing stage sound do
go out. Some quick, smart festival organizers
noticed the http://www.biofuels.coop/Piedmont
Biofuels generator, on display nearby, and hooked
it up to the sound making all well again in
festival land. A quick answer to the emergency,
it said a lot about the festival that Piedmont
Biofuels was present and that the fun was saved
through natural power.

In further efforts to investigate alternative
power sources, Shakori Hills has teamed up with
http://theabundancefoundation.org/The Abundance
Foundation - a local organization whose purpose
is to increase public awareness of sustainable
energy usage and local food consumption in
Chatham County. Together, the organizations are
working on a plan to make the festival and its
home solar power dependent in the next few years.
They are taking donations from the public, and
will have a solar panel on display at the
festival to tell attendees how it all works.

Throughout the weekend, as festival goers buy
food, throw out their trash, and clean up the
area around their camp site, they will notice
Shakori Hills's efforts to cut down on litter
going to the landfill. All food vendors provide
compostable plates, bowls, cups, and utensils,
which are separated out at trash stations around
the food area. There are also recycling and
composting sites throughout the grounds. For a
festival that has a peak of 7000 attendees,
that's a lot of avoided garbage. And for drinking
water, festival goers can bring their water
bottles and refill them with water from the Blue
Green Machine. The Machine is a water filtering
system that takes water from the local well and
filters it, giving free water to anyone who needs
it, thanks to their owners,
http://www.kinetico.com/Kinetico.

Probably the most influential Earth Day activity
at the festival will be the Sustainablity Fair.
This year, the fair will be a little different
and will be made up of forums and speakers as
well as demonstrations throughout the four days.
Here is a list of some of the topics and speakers:
- Laura Lauffer from Central Carolina Community
College's Green Building Program  will lead a
discussion about involving the use of renewable
resources and materials in building design and
renovation (Fri, 1pm).
- Pierre Lauffer will be leading Maintaining
Natural Resources as Natural Assets for a
Sustainable Future¬ (Friday, 3:30pm) a group
discussion on maintaining regional natural
resource capacity in face of community growth and
development.
- The Eight Principals of Deep Ecology (Fri,
4:30pm & Sat, 10:00am). Valentine Antony, Compost
Coordinator for Shakori Hills and a Sustainable
Agriculture major at Central Carolina Community
College will explore humanity's dynamic
relationship to our biosphere and the need for a
spiritually rooted environmental movement.
- Compost Conscious "The Secret Life of Compost."
(Sat 11:00am) Bob and Camille Armantrout will
present basic composting techniques using
low-tech, inexpensive methods that almost anyone
can follow.
- Public Transportation and its Role in
Sustainable Communities. Allison Springer of
Chatham Transit Network will lead us in an
interactive brainstorming discussion about
problems and solutions associated with
sustainable public transportation that meets the
community's needs. (Sat, noon)
- Green Building 101 Public Outreach
Presentation. Michael Chandler of Chandler
Design-Build, Inc. presents an overview of green
building and how the industry is responding to
increased energy scarcity and climate change by
improving the way homes are built and maintained.
(Fri, 2:15pm & Sat, 1:00pm)
- The Power of Solar (Sat, 2:30pm). Solar energy
expert, Ed Witkin of Carrboro Solar Works and
Solar Tech South will lead a basic interactive
discussion of the benefits of solar energy and
the process of converting to solar power.

Getting to and from the festival can also be done
in a way that is good to the earth. Durham's
http://www.ninthstbakery.com/9th Street Bakery
will be offering rides in its
http://www.shakorihills.org/59/Bio Bus. The bus
stops at One World Market in Durham, Hamm's in
Chapel Hill,  and Weaver Street Market in
Carrboro. More info and schedule can be found at
www.shakorihills.org.

Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival of Music and
Dance is sponsored by Shakori Hills, Inc., a
non-profit formed in order to provide an
environment for community building through arts
and education for Chatham County and beyond.

--
Sara Waters
Press/Public Relations and Co-coordinator
Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance
Spring Shakori Hills Festival: April 16-19, 2009
Fall: October 8-11, 2009
1439 Henderson Tanyard Rd.
Silk Hope, NC 27312
http://www.shakorihills.org/
919-542-8142

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 11:06:40 -0400
From: "Darcey Moore" dmo...@chimerix-inc.com
Subject: Volunteers are still needed -what a great day it will be!

        LADY CHARGER INVITATIONAL
        April 4, 2009
        Northwood High School Softball Complex
        310 Northwood High School Road, Pittsboro, NC  27312

        9:00   JV Northwood vs  TBD
        11:00  V  Cedar Ridge vs Chatham Central
        1:00   V Chatham Central vs Northwood
        3:00  V Northern Durham vs Cedar Ridge
        5:00   V Northwood vs Northern Durham

        No outside coolers, please.

        There will be food and drinks available for sale:
        Breakfast biscuits
        BBQ and Chicken plates with slaw, beans and drink for $7.00
        BBQ to go by the pound
        Hot Dogs
        Pizza
        Full concession stand menu of goodies

        Come out for a great day of competitive softball!!

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Date: Thu, 02 Apr 2009 12:02:50 -0400
From: "Roxie Gunter" roxie_gun...@med.unc.edu
Subject: Saddle for sale

Circle Y Flex-lite saddle model 1551, 17", dark oil, 2 yrs old. Nearly
perfect condition. Nice roper stirrups on it that have never been used.
Also have breast collar and headstall that match (but they do show some
wear). Asking $950.

Professionals Choice SMX Comfort fit Western wooled lambskin covered
girth; 34" (brand new never been used). Sells for $69.95. Asking $50.

Cutter Collection Western pad; 34x36; double-fill, Merino wool, green &
black. Used but really good shape. Sells for $190 new, asking $75.

Suede half-chaps, XL, never used. Sold for $59.95 - asking $45.

--
Roxie Gunter, Manager of Program Operations
UNC Department of Family Medicine
CB #7595
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7595
(919) 966-5593
What you ARE is God's gift to you.
What you BECOME is your gift to God.

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 09:03:24 -0700 (PDT)
From: Roxana Lopez roxy03lo...@yahoo.com
Subject: High chair

Greetings,
I have a friend who needs a high chair for a baby and I was wondering if anyone has one they no longer need.
 
Thanks,
 
Roxana

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 12:52:37 -0400
From: "Doug Burleson" dcburle...@nc.rr.com
Subject: Yoga, pilates, Tai Chi  classes

Ladies' Fitness Center of Pittsboro offers 18 fitness classes weekly. Classes are free for members or $7class for non-members. Please call or email Audrey at 545-0099 or aburles...@nc.rr.com for a full class schedule or more information. The facility at 81 Hillsboro Street is open 24 hours. Membership includes free child-watch, classes, and 24 hour access. Classes are also free for Chatham YMCA members.

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 13:11:47 -0400 (EDT)
From: p...@hispanicliaison.org
Subject: Found dog

I found a lovely male, unneutered,tri-colored hound mix
(coonhound/walker/beagle/bassett???) this past tuesday (March 31st) on 64
in Siler City. He did not have a collar and has not been microchipped. He
was found wandering near CVS and running into traffic. He seems about 1
1/2 to 2 years old. He could have travelled further than the surrounding
areas of Siler. If you or someone you know lost a dog matching this
description please contact Pam or Jason at 919-545-9423.

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 13:24:02 -0400
From: Harry Bulbrook bulbro...@gmail.com
Subject: Krispy Kreme doughnut sale downtown Pittsboro Saturday morning

Haw River Christian Academy is once again having a Krispy Kreme
doughnut sale in downtown Pittsboro Saturday morning.
We'll be set up near the traffic circle, with a second location at the
swap meet in front of the county education building.
Doughnuts will be available starting at 6:30am, until we sell out!

Boxes of 1 dozen will be available for $6 each, with proceeds going to
support Haw River Christian Academy.

The school is located on 15-501 near Bynum township on the south side
of the Haw River bridge.
More information about the school is available at
http://www.hawriverchristian.org

Please come out to pick up some doughnuts and support the school!
We will be able to deliver larger orders of 10 dozen or more - please
ask me through email or stop by and see us Saturday morning.

Harry Bulbrook
Haw River Christian Academy

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 13:35:11 -0400
From: Mariah Wheeler mariah.joyfulje...@gmail.com
Subject: 1st Sunday, classes & more

The Joyful Jewel - "one of a kind treasures for the discerning soul"
offers delights to delight and satisfy your individuality and style.
www.joyfuljewel.com

First Sunday in Pittsboro

Join us for a fun Sunday afternoon in the lively charming town of
Pittsboro. There will be live music ( The NEVER will play in April!) ,
street vendors and most shoppes will be open.  At the Joyful Jewel
we’ve chosen from our 18 local artists a monthly Featured Artist/s who
will have special displays during this Spring:

April's Featured Artist:
April 5 – Jody Jameson, Wild Eclectic Boldly Beaded Jewelry – just
right for a saucy woman’s unique style..

Mariah’s April class:

Dancing With the Muse:  Co-Creativity 101 – 10001   - Thursdays
April 16, 23, 30, May 7, 14  -  7 – 9pm,  $55

Have you always wanted to find your creative path?  Do you want to
devote more time to finding inspiration with a longed-for calling?
Are you in a rut and need help moving forward in your chosen creative
venue?  Each session we’ll spend time with simple art projects
designed to move us to right brain receptivity and to address a
specific creative issue.  Through engaging our hands,  and using
ritual, celebration, and discussion we’ll find the courage &
determination to follow our very own dance of Co-Creativity with the
Muse.

More classes coming:  Sunday, May 24 "Beaded Goddess"; and "Journaling
Your Life as Myth through the Ancient Story of Inanna" which you can
choose to come to during the day or during the evening - Tuesdays June
2 - Jul. 7, 2:30 - 4:30pm or Thursdays June 4 - July 2, 7 - 9pm.

All classes facilitated by Mariah Wheeler, M.Ed.,  jewelry artist, and
proprietor of The Joyful Jewel.  Classes are held at  the Briar Chapel
community center.    For more info. call (919) 545-6836 or email
mariah.joyfulje...@gmail.com.   These classes are partly administered
by the Chatham Co. Arts Council. PLEASE PRE-REGISTER through
ChathamArts no later than 1 week prior to first day of class.
www.chathamarts.org, (919) 542-0394.

What else is new?

BEAUTIFUL SCULPTURE by Sally Rockriver and Cynthia Aldrich.

Sally's geothermal worlds are totally amazing, beautiful and like
nothing you've ever seen before!

Cynthia's Goddess Sculptures have an ancient archetypal quality, also
some whimsical delight, and much deep wisdom to speak to our current
lives.

We've added the incredible harmonies of Jewelsong to our cd collection
for sale -- a cd filled with more spirit and original beauty to
enhance anyone's joyful experience of life.  We also have Joe
Woodson's American music and Tommy Edward's homespun bluegrass
originals.

The Joyful Jewel is open at 45 West St., downtown Pittsboro (next door
to the General Store Cafe) Mon., Tues., Thurs. 11 - 2, Fri. & Sat
10:30 - 5:30. Also First Sundays 12 - 4pm.  Open other times by
appointment or chance

Peace, Mariah Wheeler

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 14:03:10 -0400
From: Schade-NC rschade...@nc.rr.com
Subject: Transfer from video tap to CD

I have one family album video tape that I would like to have put on a  
CD. It's fairly old and I'm concerned that it may be brittle and my  
old photos will soon be lost.

Is there someone near Pittsboro that can provide this service. We are  
fairly new to the area and don't know how or where to start looking  
for this service.

Thank you for any help you can offer.

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 14:27:51 EDT
From: Afeh...@aol.com
Subject: Summer Camp

Cedar Hill Farms Riding Camp

Hi everybody!  I was just wanting to let everybody know that we are  taking
in registration forms for our Summer Riding Camp '09.  
I am very excited about our camp this year, it should be a lot of  fun!

This year we have 4 different sessions.

Each camp morning will start with a one hour lesson.  After campers  put
their horses away properly (using the skills we will be teaching them) they  have
a lunch break.  Each afternoon we will explore a special topic (which  
reflects the theme of the week), and enjoy a healthy snack provided by us!

After all of this "serious" work and learning, we always make time for  play!
 Kids like to go down to the creek and stomp around, play tag, hide  and go
seek, play in the sprinkler, or make art to bring home to  parents.  We also
have "horse related play", where kids pretend to jump the  jumps, have grooming
contests, the sky is the limit!

Session 1:  Basic Horsemanship  (June 15-19th)

Campers will learn basic horse care.  We will learn how to groom  horses,
lead, tack up, etc.  Safety around horses (always a priority at  CHF), will be
stressed, as well as proper technique.  This week is geared  towards a beginner,
but can also be for a more advanced rider.

Session 2:  Games Week  (June 22-26th)

This is a new addition to camp!  The kids are going to be very excited  about
this week.  After a serious lesson in the morning we will devote much  of the
ride to "games".  Egg and spoon, the ever popular tag, highly  competitive
ride-a-buck...  That sort of thing!  The kids love it, and  they also learn
important riding skills while playing...

Session 3:  Vet Week  (June 29th- July 3rd)

Is your child interesting in being a vet?  Love taking care of  animals?  
This is the week for them.  We teach the kids some of the  finer points of horse
care (age appropriate, of course).  Campers will  learn how to wrap a leg,
take a temp., about different diseases, lameness and  much more.  We go to Apex
Equine Vet Hospital and meet with our vet who  will give a tour of the hospital
and answer questions.  The kids never fail  to surprise me with the questions
that they ask and how much they love learning  about this!

Session 4:  Horse Show Week  (July 6-10th)

Our most popular week in camp!  Kids learn all about horse  showing.  They
learn about how to compete in a show and how to get  ready!  We show them how to
get the horse properly groomed for the show  (bathing, clipping, braiding,
etc).  At the end of the week we  hold the "CHF Camp Horse Show".  Family and
friends are welcome and  encouraged to attend and watch the kids compete!  

Camp Hours are from 9-4 Monday through Friday.  We have extended hours  if
needed!

The camp cost $300 per week.  

Call us at (919) 545-2229 if you are interested, or download your  
registration from _www.cedarhillfarms-nc.com_ (http://www.cedarhillfarms-nc.com)  

Thanks,
Alison Feher

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 14:41:03 -0500
From: "Mark Stinson" stinm...@connectnc.net
Subject: Friday stuff

For sale

Kimball electric organ , mama purchased it new has been in grandmas spare room for 15 years and not played . It needs a new home ,, has lots of little buttons that make cool beats $200

Rag time upright piano . Was restored 10 years ago with all new pads ,, refinished and tuned . Its been in storage with the organ . It has some minor damage from moving to one corner of the top but perfect otherwise .. $250

Wanted

   Dead riding lawn mowers or push mowers . I have a few people that need to mow grass with no money I want to help out

   I need to find a good cheap car for a single mother with a baby . She has about $600 saved up .

   I need some help putting the last of the vinyl on my house . I cant pay much but I can tinker on your car or truck for your help .
                                                                            Thanks Mark :)

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 14:49:55 -0400
From: Ann director....@gmail.com
Subject: Job Opening: Teacher Assistant

Pittsboro Montessori Preschool is looking to hire a Teacher Assistant  
for our second primary classroom (ages 3-5).

Hours will be generally from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm, Monday through  
Friday.  This is a
10-month position starting mid-August through mid-June.

Preferred candidate will have experience with Montessori and/or
preschool experience.  You will be working with a Montessori-certified
Lead teacher.

We are looking for someone who loves young children, has a quiet, gentle
manner and is keen to be a part of an enthusiastic team at Pittsboro
Montessori Preschool.  Experience in the arts is not a requirement,  
yet highly desirable.

For more information about Pittsboro Montessori Preschool visit our
webpage at www.pittsboromontessori.com.

Interested candidates should email their cover letter, resume and  
three references attention to:
Ann Marks, PMP Director, direc...@pittsboromontessori.com, by April  
17, 2009.

Compensation:  Competitive hourly wage

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 15:13:22 -0400
From: "Scott Miller" ScottMil...@cptigers.org
Subject: Special Spring Break Tours at CPT

Are you looking for a great activity for you and your children during
the Chatham County Schools' Spring Break?  The Carnivore Preservation
Trust is offering tours of our facility on April 13, 15, and 17 (Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday).  

The Carnivore Preservation Trust is a nonprofit wildlife sanctuary
specializing in environmental education and exotic animal rescue.  Our
55-acre facility is home to over 70 animals, including tigers, servals,
caracals, and other exotic carnivores from around the world.  We are
located on the east side of Pittsboro on Hanks Chapel Road.  Our guided
tours provide a unique opportunity to get a close look at these amazing
animals.

Advance reservations are required for all tours.  To make a reservation
call (919) 542-4684.  Our offices are open from 8 am to 5 pm each day.
More information is also available on our web site at www.cptigers.org .
Our tours sometimes fill up several days in advance, so call and make
your reservation today!

Are your friends in Wake County looking for something to do with their
kids?  We are also offering tours during the week of April 6 - 10 to
coincide with the Wake Schools' Spring Break.  These Spring Break tours
are in addition to the regular public tours we offer by appointment each
weekend.

Scott Miller

Volunteer Coordinator

Carnivore Preservation Trust

1940 Hanks Chapel Road

Pittsboro, NC 27312

919-542-4684 phone

919-542-4454 fax

www.cptigers.org http://www.cptigers.org

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 16:23:31 -0400
From: "Jim and Beverly Wiggins" jime...@embarqmail.com
Subject: Chatham Historical Museum open 1st Sunday

The Chatham County Historical Association invites you to visit the Chatham
County Historical Museum this Sunday, April 5, between 1p.m. and 4p.m. The
current temporary exhibit traces the history of schools in Chatham County
from academies established in the eighteenth century through the glory days
of the union schools to consolidation and integration in the late 1960s.

In addition to photographs, on display are report cards and diplomas, school
yearbooks, and a sampling of high school principals' reports from as early
as 1919.

The museum is located in the historic Chatham County Courthouse, in the
traffic circle in Pittsboro. There is no charge for admission.

The museum is open on Wednesdays from 12 noon until 3 p.m., except holidays,
and on the first Sundays of the months April through October from 1 p.m.
until 4 p.m. Special arrangements may be made for tour groups on other days
by request to hist...@chathamhistory.org.

The museum is a project of the Chatham County Historical Association.

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 16:58:56 -0400
From: Susan Harris susanharri...@gmail.com
Subject: Plant Sharing

I enjoyed sharing and trading with the all the folks who came out and dug up
plants from my gardens.  If you missed me this spring, I will have more to
give away this fall.  Come out this summer for a floral design class when
all the flowers are in bloom.  Have a great summer in the garden.

Susan Harris
Heart House Flowers
www.hearthouseflowers.com

--------------------  48  --------------------
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 17:57:35 -0400
From: Janice Escott unitybooksandst...@gmail.com
Subject: First Sunday Events in Historic Pittsboro

First Sunday, April 5, noon to 4:00 will be gorgeous and sunny! We're
counting on it, so come for the festivities - lots of artisans with tables
full of local handmade items (and shops are open!), just in time for
Easter!!

Stop by Unity Books and Stuff and Espresso Brazil for a Tropical Smoothie
Special (all week-end!) at 20% off and in addition all White Chocolate
Espresso Drinks are 20% off beginning Friday! Cheesecake is 50% off -
($2.50) on Sat. and Sun.
Bread Shop Breads are only $2.39 with many varieties. We will also treat you
to a taste of our "Famous Coffee" - shade grown, organic, fair trade
and especially roasted for us - so you can taste "The Coffee Everyone is
Talking About!"

Be sure to check out Sharon's Soul Space with beautiful artifacts and even
drums, art work, cards and so much more. And look in the back to see
Jennifer Fuller's paintings, new to Unity Books and Stuff and Espresso
Brazil.

Used Books line the shelves of Unity Books and Stuff and we have more titles
than ever before - with our customers in mind!
We also feature many local authors, and we have a wide selection of their
books, so come have a look. Every First Sunday we have an author signing
books.

All Kids are invited to the Webkinz Contest Winner's Ceremony at 4:00
Sunday, when we will present the 2 winners of the Webkinz Drawing Contest.
The 2 Winners will each win a Webkinz of their choice!!
And a reminder for the Webkinz Club Kids: The April Meeting is Tuesday April
7 at 4:30 when we will plan our Relay for Life (May 16) and decorate the red
wagon, which we will raffle off for the event. Don't miss all the fun!!
And Kids - We will dye Easter Eggs again this year on Saturday April 11 (the
day before Easter!). Each kid may dye 2 eggs (provided by the Easter Bunny)
and kids are invited to bring a couple more if they wish.

First Sunday is a wonderful way to support local Artisans and the Historic
Downtown Pittsboro Businesses. It is vital to the well-being of our town for
us to become acquainted with the folks who live here, and who provide goods
and services to this vibrant, friendly community. Please invite your friends
and family to spend the afternoon in town, exploring the unique character
of this community, and helping to spread the word about our great folks!

--------------------  49  --------------------
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 15:26:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: Lloyd DeWald ldew...@yahoo.com
Subject: Items for sale in Pittsboro

1-Compaq Presario 6000 desktop computer, Pentium 4 CPU at 2.53 GHz,
silver and black tower case, 1 GB RAM, 160 GB hard drive, firewire card,
front and back USB ports, ethernet on motherboard, CD/DVD player drive,
CD/DVD recorder drive, 3.5" FD, Windows XP Home with restore CDs, keyboard,
trackball, and 15" black IBM E54 CRT monitor. $250.

=================================================================================

2-Dell Dimension 2350 desktop computer with 15" LCD color monitor,
Pentium 4 CPU at 2.2 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 30 GB hard drive,
TV tuner/Radio tuner card with remote control, firewire card,
front and back USB ports, ethernet on motherboard,
CD/DVD player drive, CD-RW player/recorder drive, keyboard and mouse,
New clean re-install of Windows XP Professional. $250.

=================================================================================

3-HP Compaq TC1100 Tablet PC with removable keyboard and docking station.
Can change from tablet mode to notebook PC mode easily.
The docking station is great for using the tablet PC like a desktop computer.
Integrated wireless 802.11b LAN for wireless Internet/network access.

Includes TC1100 Tablet PC, Stylus, Battery, AC Adapter, Keyboard,
Docking Station w/ CD-RW/DVD Drive

Main Specifications are: Pentium M Processor at 1.0 Ghz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB hard drive,
CD-RW/DVD-ROM (in docking station), Screen: 10.4" XGA (1024x768) display,
Video Adapter (32mb Nvidia), WiFi Adapter (Integraded WLAN 802.11b),
Integradted 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, Modem (Integradted 56k MiniPCI), on-board sound,
2 USB Ports on PC, 4 USB ports on docking station, 1 PC Card (PCMCIA) slot, external
monitor connection (15-pin VGA), 1 SD memory card slot, clean install of Windows XP
Tablet Edidtion and a Geniune COA Sticker.

You can watch the following YouTube video to get a better idea of the features
of this tablet PC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDRbnNIbFaY

Amazon is selling the same tablet PC used for $599.99 and up. Other people in this
area are selling them for $1,000.00.

Selling this one for $500.

=================================================================================

4-Husqvarna Sewing Machine, model HuskyStar 215 Type B, Like new, used about 3 times. Includes manual, foot pedal, and all accessories. You can see more information about this sewing machine at: http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/US/596_2363.htm
$150.

=================================================================================

5-Assorted yoga props/supplies from www.huggermugger.com

  -Standard bolster, 12" by 6" by 25", removable premium textured fabric cover,
   sandalwood color ($80 new), selling for $50.

  -Round bolster, 10" diameter by 25" long, removable premium textured fabric cover,
   sandalwood color ($80 new), selling for $50.

  -10 pound yoga sand bags, 7" by 17", heavy-duty pack cloth fabric cover with handle
   strap, purple color, ($21 each new), selling for $15.

  -2 bamboo blocks, 4" by 6" by 9", new condition ($46 for 2 new), selling for $35 for 2.

  -4 blue foam yoga blocks, 2" by 10" by 12", ($34 for all 4 new), selling all 4 for $20.

  Or buy all the yoga props for $175.

=================================================================================

6-Kayak paddle, 2 piece kayak paddle, aluminum shaft, plastic blades, adjustable
feather, $20.

=================================================================================

7-Whitewater kayak personal floatation device, in excellent condition, $20.

=================================================================================

E-mail me for more information or pictures. Thanks!

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 15:37:37 -0700 (PDT)
From: lynn Williams drly...@yahoo.com
Subject: Gift certificates and Bartering

Need an idea for a great Mother's Day gift? Williams Clinic of Chiropractic is offering the following discounts: $5.00 off a 1/2 hour massage (normally $35.00), and $10.00 off an hour massage (normally $60.00) if purchased in advance.
We are also now a member of BBE (Barter Business Exchange), and offer all our services for barter (with the exception of supplements).
 

A. Lynn Williams DC
Williams Clinic of Chiropractic
drly...@yahoo.com
WWW.DRWILLIAMSCHIRO.COM
Cary 919-462-0313
Siler City 919-663-0090

--------------------  51  --------------------
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 21:38:45 -0400
From: Wynne Scott wynned...@hotmail.com
Subject: Tent Revival

Edward Hill Friends Meeting & Prosperity Friends Meeting

Tent Revival

Harpers Cross Roads Community Center

April 3-5 at 7:00 pm

Youth Revival on the 4th starting at 6 pm

For more information please visit: http://www.prosperityfriends.org/Tent_Revival_flyer.pdf

--------------------  52  --------------------
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 22:52:14 -0400
From: "Robert Britson" rdbrit...@embarqmail.com
Subject: Barbecue Fundraiser Brown's Chapel

It's barbecue time again at Brown's Chapel United Methodist Church this Saturday, April 4, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Plates are $7 and include drink and dessert.  Take-outs and containers of barbecue are available.  Please join us!

--------------------  53  --------------------
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 23:31:14 -0400
From: Chuck Tharp ncvelo...@hotmail.com
Subject: Auto shop in Goldston

Folks,

Sorry to ask a question that has been asked many times before, but I can't seem to find the answer.  Who is the gentleman in Goldston that has been recommended many times, for working on cars?  I've got some auto mechanic work that needs to be done and I'd like to help out a local.

Thanks,

Chuck (ncvelo...@hotmail.com)

--------------------  54  --------------------
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 21:44:18 -0700 (PDT)
From: pharrt...@yahoo.com
Subject: very nice N.chatham Rental

3 br, 2 bath 1650 sq. off 15-501 near Fearrington Village between Pittsboro and Chapel Hill.  Covered porch, 2 decks. 1.6 ares of privacy.  $1200 per month.  919-542-5099.

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