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Written by Gene Galin   
Friday, 10 April 2009

This digest contains the following messages:

  1. Mountain-top Log Cabin Vacation Rental  
         by: stephanie talbott
  2. volunteer work or employment?  
         by: Teo Williams
  3. Let Chatham Tech Build your New Website  
         by: Kyle B
  4. Fw: For Sale  
         by: Patricia Hurlman
  5. very nice N.chatham Rental  
         by: Jimmy & Ida Pharr
  6. Job Openings Pittsboro Montessori Preschool & Enrolling for 09-10 school year  
         by: Eric
  7. Looking for beach rental for last week in April  
         by: dee tarantino
  8. Greetings!  
         by: Ruth Vojdani
  9. Shrimp & Crabs & Crawfish Fri 4-10-09  
         by: LouisianaFresh Shrimp
  10. (no subject)  
  11. Genesis Farm Summer Day camp  
         by: Susanne Carter
  12. Please post to chatlist  
         by: Brett Harvey
  13. need one set (pair) of shutters made  
         by: Sarah Ann Zimmerman
  14. Lilly Poison Information  
         by: Hope Crossing Animal Hospital
  15. Exciting upcoming events for kids at the Chatham YMCA  
         by: Zach Fisher
  16. Open House  
         by: Jenn
  17. Expanded Hours  
         by: Mary DeMare
  18. Companion Camp Part-Time Assistants  
         by: Susanne Carter
  19. new yoga session  
         by: Cathy Holt
  20. Need web designer  
         by: Darien Russell
  21. item for sale  
         by: Ruth Adams
  22. ad  
         by: Sherri Murrell
  23. PittsboroTrekExpress....  
  24. This Weekend at The City Tap: Andrew Marlin, Sarah Shook, Killer Filler  
         by: The City Tap
  25. Mega-Yard sale at Relay  
         by: Cathy Head
  26. =?us-ascii?Q?Webster's_Medical_Dictionary?=  
         by: Monk Lewis
  27. Siler City Farmers' Market - OPENING DAY!  
         by: Larry & Karen Webster
  28. Mason Needed  
         by: Chimneys Plus
  30. Calling all Wellness Practitioners  
         by: jaime*chandra
  31. RPJ auto and towing  

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Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 05:08:20 -0700 (PDT)
From: stephanie talbott
Subject: Mountain-top Log Cabin Vacation Rental

Vacation Rental:  Log Cabin with Spectacular mountain views, near Lake Lure and Chimney Rock…. Approx. 3.5 hr. drive from Pittsboro.
Sneak preview of the area:
Two Private Queen bedrooms each with bath, one sleeping loft with double bed and single day bed.  All linens provided.  Gas fireplace, charcoal grill, outdoor spa, TV w/ VCR/DVD, Radio/CD/Cassette stereo, extra books and jigsaw puzzles.  Secluded for complete escape, yet hiking, golf, horseback riding rentals, in the area, and public beach for swimming and boating on Lake Lure.  Access to Asheville, Hendersonville, Black Mountain and many other sites for day trips.  (,
 $125 per night or $750 per week, plus $75 cleaning fee.  
Check-in, Check-out times negotiable and flexible.  
This is a private home, thus only very responsible adults/families may rent..  Absolutely no smoking allowed in the cabin.  Respond off chatlist to for further information, photographs of cabin and mountain views, and additional details, or you may call: 542-4737.  

Stephanie Talbott

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Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 12:42:53 -0400
From: Teo Williams
Subject: volunteer work or employment?

Does anyone have any ideas for landscaping/gardening companies in the area that may want to take on some extra help for the season?  Or do you have any ideas for other places in  Chatham County that are hiring?

Thank you!!

Teo Williams
Work First Caseworker- Employment Services Job Coach
Deparment of Social Services
P.O. Box 489
Pittsboro, NC 27312
919-545-8579 Phone Number
919-542-6355 Fax Number

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Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 13:09:13 -0400
From: Kyle B
Subject: Let Chatham Tech Build your New Website

    Looking to add a new website to your business? Not wanting to put alot
of money into it? Let Chatham Tech help you get your business on the web.

       As a new business owner building my business, Chatham Tech is able to
offer competitive rates and work to meet the demands of your business.

                                                    For more information
please contact me at: 919-200-8254 or at

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Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 15:11:34 -0400
From: "Patricia Hurlman"
Subject: Fw: For Sale

Get ready for Spring Camping!  Coleman/Fleetwood Pioneer Popup camper sleeps 6 comfortably. Upgraded with AC, heavy duty support system, full-size door, sturdy swing down lighted step, Swing down kitchen, large awning with attachable screen room which doubles living space. Camper has queen bed on one side, double on the other and a double in the fold down table. propane stove inside and out. Portable potty. Lots of storage. Canvas in perfect condition and hard top replaced 2002. Very stable, light weight make pulling the camper very easy.  Low profile makes it easy to see over the camper and have stability in changing lanes and such when towing. $3600.00  Call Pat or John for more information or appt to see. 919....

Sears Craftsman 2.5 10" Radial Arm Saw. Work Horse of a machine with 2 new blades. $250. Call Pat or John 960-8089

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Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 13:56:40 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jimmy & Ida Pharr
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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Date: Sat, 4 Apr 2009 17:21:18 -0400
From: "Eric"
Subject: Job Openings Pittsboro Montessori Preschool & Enrolling for 09-10 school year

Pittsboro Montessori Preschool,

Pittsboro Montessori Preschool serves children from age 3-6 years of
age.  We are expanding to two classrooms for the 2009-2010 school year.
Classes will meet Monday thru Friday from 8am - 12noon.  We are now
enrolling for the 2009-2010 school year.  

2 Current Job Openings:
Interested candidates should visit our website to learn about our school
and to see the full job descriptions.  Cover letter, resume & 3
references must be submitted by Saturday, 4-18-09.    

1. Head of School, 12 month part time position beginning in July '09.
The ideal candidate will be a visionary leader with a pioneering spirit
and strong communication skills.  Candidates will work with parents,
Board and staff, managing day-to-day operations in a hands-on,
team-oriented school environment.  The successful candidate should
possess a college degree, management and organizational skills, computer
skills, and preferably have experience with financial planning and
Montessori education.  

2.  Teacher Assistant, 10 month part time position starting mid-August
through mid-June.  Hours will be generally from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm,
Monday through Friday. 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.  Experience in the arts is not a requirement, yet
highly desirable.

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Date: Sun, 5 Apr 2009 08:39:58 -0400
From: dee tarantino
Subject: Looking for beach rental for last week in April

2 middle aged gals wish to rent a place at a NC beach for the last

week in April, that allows pets. Contact Dee at 542-1557.

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Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 08:33:37 -0700 (PDT)
From: Ruth Vojdani
Subject: Greetings!

Commercial building available for lease in Chatham County off 64 in Siler City.  Building  5,300' ideal for studio space, storage/warehouse.  Reply to

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Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 09:27:43 -0700 (PDT)
From: LouisianaFresh Shrimp
Subject: Shrimp & Crabs & Crawfish Fri 4-10-09

Hi Everyone.  I am at 87 Thompson St., Pittsboro today Friday and tomorrow Saturday starting at 10:00 am and I stay till sunset.
This trip I have.   Shrimp 16-18 count  $7.75 per pound.  Live Blue Crabs #1 Males $3.00 each, Live Belle River Select Crawfish (This is a premium crawfish and the best in Louisiana,  they are $4.00 per pound), Shucked Louisiana Oysters $9.00 per pint,  Blue Crab Meat - Lump White $16.00 per pound, Claw Meat $14,00 per pound, Crawfish Tails $16.00 per pound, Sausages all USDA Inspected -  Andouille, Boudin, Cajun Smoked Mild and Hot, Green Onion, SOFT SHELL CRABS $8.00 each. Central Grocery's Olive Salad and Olive Oil, plus about 60 to 70 other Louisiana Products.
And, last but not the least, I am bringing 25 Handmade Muffaletta Breads from Binder's Bakery in the French Quarter for Donna to make her now famous Muffaletta Sandwich at 87 Thompson Street at Our Neighborhood School Pizzeria.  Her Muffaletta Sandwich is better than the original sold at Central Grocery in the French Quarter.  She also make a Muffaletta Pizza!   (You can google: "Central Grocery New Orleans" for more information about this 2nd most popular sandwich in New Orleans.) 
We are going to have a lot of fun today.  Bring the kids by to see the Live Crawfish do their famous Crawfish Second Line Dance!
AL   Here is the website ... just click it -

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Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2009 21:14:41 EDT
Subject: (no subject)

I read the chatlist all the time, but this is my first post and it is for  my
For Sale
John Deere Mower LX173, Good condition.   Recently  serviced.  Has 38" mow
deck.   Call
Johnny Shaw at 542-7802.
Thank you
Pauline Johnson

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Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2009 08:07:51 -0400
From: Susanne Carter
Subject: Genesis Farm Summer Day camp

Farmers - In - Training   -- Summer Day Camp

This summer we are excited to announce our first ever
"Farmers-in-Training" Summer Day Camps where kids spend the day learning
about the challenges and rewards of life on a small farm.  We know that
most children are not going to grow up to be farmers, but they are the
next generation of land stewards. Much has been written lately about the
child in the 21^st century being "lost in the woods," disconnected from
Nature. Our summer day camps offer a nurturing and teaching environment
where kids can expand their imagination, cultivate their curiosity and
reconnect with the natural world. Our emphasis is on stewardship,
knowledge and fun.

 Genesis Farm is not a place where we come to teach about farming and
nature for six hours every day. This is where we live. It is our life
and home. We are here when the animals go to bed at night and when they
wake up in the morning. The barnyard animals are our family. Our
neighbors include woodcocks, bullfrogs, bluebirds and snakes. We want to
share this rural abundance with our campers. Each week, campers build,
explore, grow and care for the plants, soil and animals. Our hope is
that children will experience new physical and intellectual abilities,
face and solve new challenges, enjoy active games, and figure out and
complete creative projects.

 Through the guidance of our counselors and farm staff, campers will

-          Learn about and care for a variety of barnyard animals.

-          Engage in the growing cycle by planting, nurturing,
harvesting and preparing food from the gardens.

-          Participate in group activities that emphasize hands-on
investigations to explore the cycles of life in depth.

-         Explore their creative side through folk crafts and quiet

 Activities and Daily Life at Farm Camp

 Gather fresh eggs...dig in the dirt...plant seeds...feed and groom
animals...pick berries...harvest vegetables...crush tomatoes...explore
the pond...listen to with a birdhouse...make in a jugband...fix stuff and figure things out...learn to
work together in small groups...get your knees dirty...

 What is Farm Camp?

Genesis Farm is a small market farm, growing and selling vegetables,
herbs, flowers, using safe and natural farming methods. Our summer day
camps combine the best aspects of a very active small farm in a natural
environment. Designed for ages 5-10, each session will include garden
work, science activities, active games and crafts, cooking projects and
of course, farm chores of all sorts. We grow and taste farm foods and
prepare harvests. We also invite families to camp once a week to
celebrate the harvest. We plan lots of games and crafts, and campers get
to suggest activities. We balance all this activity with quiet time and
reflection.  We have low ratio group sizes designed for personal
attention and creativity.  Working on a farm requires teamwork that
requires and fosters three basic values:  *Respect -* *Cooperation*  -

*A typical day at farm camp:***

* 8:30 -- 9:00     Welcome and group time*

*9:00-10:30      Morning activity: Farm and Garden *

*10:30 -10:45   Snack and rest*

*10:45 --12:15   Morning activity: Farm and Garden*

*12:15 -- 1:15    Lunch & story time with quiet reflection*

*1:15-2:45       Afternoon activity: Crafts and Games*

*2:45-3:00       Come together and say goodbye*

Weekly sessions: $235.00. A 15% discount for siblings/multiple weeks.*

*Please visit our website:, or call 919-968-4759.***

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Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 06:02:36 -0700 (PDT)
From: Brett Harvey
Subject: Please post to chatlist

Call or e-mail to set-up your free estimate for GUTTER CLEANING. Most homes are $75.
BBH Grass Cutting is located in Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Carolina. Fully Insured. Contact us to discuss your special project!
Spend more time enjoying life, let us do the work!
Owner/Operator: Brett C. Harvey
Cel phone: 919-444-1801.

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Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 10:07:26 -0400 (EDT)
From: "Sarah Ann Zimmerman"
Subject: need one set (pair) of shutters made

Does anyone make wooden shutters?  I have the measurements, just need
someone to make them?
Thank you
Sarah Zimmerman

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Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 07:48:34 -0700 (PDT)
From: Hope Crossing Animal Hospital
Subject: Lilly Poison Information

More Lily Poison information:

ASPCA National Animal Poison Control Center Warns Cat Owners of Lily Dangers.
As spring approaches, lilies will become more common in households as potted plants or in bouquets. According to Michigan State University Extension's Grower Guide, Easter lilies are the third most important flowering pot-plant grown in the United States, with l0 to 11 million plants produced annually. Unfortunately, several types of lilies can be deadly to cats. Easter lily, tiger lily, rubrum, Japanese show lily, some species of day lily, and certain other members of the Liliaceae family can cause kidney failure in cats.
Within only a few hours of ingestion of the plant material, the cat may vomit, become lethargic, or develop a lack of appetite. These signs continue and worsen as kidney damage progresses. Without prompt and proper treatment by a veterinarian, the cat will develop kidney failure in approximately 36-72 hours.
All parts of these lilies are considered toxic to cats and consuming even small amounts can cause severe poisoning. If there is a lily in your home, there is always the chance that your cat could be accidentally exposed. For this reason, cat owners should avoid exposing their cats to plants of the Liliaceae and Hemerocallis family.
Lilies that have been shown to cause kidney failure in cats include: COMMON NAMES                               SCIENTIFIC NAMES

Easter lily                             Lilium longiflorum
Tiger lily                              Lilium tigrinum
Rubrum                                  Lilium speciosum
Japanese show lily                      Lilium lancifolium
Day lily                                Hemerocallis species

* please note: this list is not all inclusive
Most (if not all) veterinary hospitals in Chatham County can set up an IV catheter, run fluids, give activated charcoal and perform blood tests to monitor kidney disease.  Because the kidneys get harmed quickly and severely, it is always recommend to keep these plants away from cats.  Please visit (ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center) for information on many other toxic plants, chemicals, etc.  ANY time you have reason to believe that your pet may have ingested something toxic, call your veterinarian immediately.  Activated charcoal is a wonderful drug and binds many toxins, but it MUST be given early to be effective.

Thank you and have a wonderful (and safe) Easter!

David Webster

Hope Crossing Animal Hospital
58 East Cotton Rd Pittsboro
Intersection of E. Cotton Rd and Hamlet Chapel Rd at 15-501, between Allen & Sons BBQ and Fearrington Village.

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Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2009 13:13:02 -0400
From: "Zach Fisher"
Subject: Exciting upcoming events for kids at the Chatham YMCA

Parents, looking for exciting activities for your kids over spring break?  Look no further than the YMCA Taste of Camp Wannago! Register your children for the entire week or for just the days you need.  Activities include games, archery, swimming, and arts and crafts, to name a few.  Don't miss out on all the fun!  To register stop by the Chatham YMCA at 964 East Street Pittsboro or register online at a href=""  If you have not registered online before, please call the Chatham YMCA at 545-9622. 

Zach Fisher
Youth Program Director
Chatham YMCA
919.545.YMCA (9622)
We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities

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Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 13:47:56 -0400 (GMT-04:00)
From: Jenn
Subject: Open House

I am having an AVON Open House and Gold Party on April 17 from 6 to 8 pm. brbrI will have many different Avon products on hand for you to look at and will be doing door prizes also! Come look at our new products and possibly win a prize. You can also learn about selling Avon if you are interested.
The guy coming for the Gold party will be here for 2 hours. I just went to one in Siler City and it was a huge success. Bring all of your old or broken gold, silver,  platinum, ect.... and get money for your stuff. We all definitely need that right now.
All are welcome to come. If you are just interested in selling your gold/ ect.. and cannot make it that night please call me. We can bag it up and have him take a look and call you from the party to let you know how much money you will get.  Call if you need more information.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Jennifer Ryanbr919-478-7430br919-663-0866
1220 Mt. Vernon Springs RoadbrSiler City, NC 27344

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Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2009 14:50:27 -0600
From: "Mary DeMare"
Subject: Expanded Hours

Did you know that Chatham Marketplace has expanded hours??

We are now open from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm every day for your shopping

Breakfast sandwiches, coffee and pastries ready for you on your way to work
and dinner is ready on your way home :).

Shop early, shop late and shop often at your Local Co-op Grocery Store!


Mary DeMare

General Manager
Chatham Marketplace
480 Hillsboro Street, Ste 320
Pittsboro, NC  27312

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Date: Tue, 07 Apr 2009 22:04:12 -0400
From: Susanne Carter
Subject: Companion Camp Part-Time Assistants

Companion Camp, LLC is accepting applications for part-time Campground
Assistants. Campground Assistants love pets, have pet-care experience,
and demonstrate perfect work attendance.  Job duties include dog hiking
and feeding, cleaning, and routine landscaping.  Campground Assistants
need to be able to comfortably control large dogs, lift fifty pounds,
hike five miles per shift, and operate lawnmowers, leaf blowers, and
related equipment. Assistants must be available weekday mornings or
afternoons, weekends, and holidays. Work shifts are typically 3 hours in

Companion Camp is located ten miles northwest of Pittsboro, five miles
northeast of Silk Hope.  For more information about Companion Camp visit
our website at  
To apply send a resume and/or work history, including three references
to: No telephone
applications, please.

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Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 06:56:49 -0400
From: Cathy Holt
Subject: new yoga session

Hello Chatlisters,

I’m starting a new yoga session beginning April 13th.
  I’ve been offering classes in Pittsboro for 10 years now.  It has  
developed into a wonderful, heartfelt, community gathering space, with  
classes held 6 times a week.
Through breathing, meditation, movement and relaxation exercises, yoga  
joins body, mind, and spirit into a balanced whole. It can really be  
I use a waiting list when spaces open up in a class so let me know if  
you would like to join us and I will put you on the list for a future  

For more information or to drop in on a class call:
542-4103 or or go to my web-site address below.
Be well,

The yoga classes nurture our need to awaken and to develop our human  
potential in a non-competitive environment. Almost immediately, your  
body responds and feels better, as yoga’s cleansing action begins to  
rid your body of toxins and your mind of any negativity. This brings  
your body into a state that is receptive for healing. The poses  
activate and stimulate your circulation, digestion, elimination, the  
nervous system and the endocrine system. It is a slow, practical,  
thoughtful system for improving life.

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Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 08:42:46 -0400
From: "Darien Russell"
Subject: Need web designer

Does anyone know a good web designer? My daughter is looking for someone to revamp her and her husband's wesite. Need professional quality.


Darien Russell

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Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 17:04:15 -0700 (PDT)
From: Ruth Adams
Subject: item for sale

Rolling rack is 92" long, 30" wide at base, sides taper in to 12" width at top. 70 inches tall (wheels are hard rubber 4" diameter, 2" wide 2 fixed, 2 swivel) Frame is 1 1/2 steel angle,  I can send a picture if you are interested.  First confirmed pick up buys this.  $45

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Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 08:10:15 -0400
From: Sherri Murrell
Subject: ad

  Baby/child's room furniture for sale.  All is "natural" or blonde in
color.  Childcraft crib with bottom drawer and crib mattress $125.00.  
Solid wood Chest of drawers with small wardrobe attached (54 1/2" W,
44" H, 18 3/4" D) $125.00.  Matching solid wood night stand w/drawer
(15 1/2" W, 22 1/2" H, 16" D) $25.00.  If sold together will sell whole
set for $250.  To see pictures please e-mail me at  Call at 542-1285.

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Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2009 14:06:12 +0000
Subject: PittsboroTrekExpress....

....has been swamped with RDU trips, but still does group tours, mainly on group requests, and some ideas are on page 3 of Because of my high visibility at the RDU airport, and the fact that my 'clown car' with the choo-choo train all over it does stick out a little, I have been approached by another much larger than myself RDU shuttle service company based in Raleigh to partner with them as they feel Pittsboro is "probably a good market" but too far away for them to make money and the few trips they have made to Pittsboro for an airport run is almost double what I charge. What I think really happens is when they are contacted about to/and or from RDU from the PBO area, they don't get the business because of their rates. Also, I have been told, have no proof, thus will not name who this limo service is, that they give a quote over the phone that sounds ok, yet when they discover that the trip involves more mileage than they expected, they charge more. I do not, never have, never will, but am glad to accept tips from appreciative customers who realize my base rate of $55 is very fair. At least 90% of my customers do tip.

To get to the point, I am able to handle what I do at least for the time being, but I will eventually probably need to expand, and do not plan on becoming a part of this other service in Raleigh. Mine is a Pittsboro based business as I have been in Pittsboro for 26 years this August, and I plan to stay in Pittsboro. I am open, however, to an investor(s)/partner(s) who would like to get into a very interesting and 'different every day' business and who has some capital to do so. The amount would not be a tremendous amount, the person would need to be a people person and have a good driving record, and would need to have the desire to make money and be able to work a very flexible and varied time schedule. I have finally obtained pretty good word of mouth recognition and a very good reputation for reliability and good service, and that person would need to work so that PittsboroTrekExpress will continue on this course. I got sick and tired of sitting in an office in Raleigh for 15 years, and have no regrets whatsoever about making the move. If you feel the same way, or have lost your job and before you spend your savings looking for another job, this may be for you.

If would like to meet and talk, call me at 542-1958, 545-6002, or and we will go from there!

Bill Cline,

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Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 10:15:36 -0400
From: "The City Tap"
Subject: This Weekend at The City Tap: Andrew Marlin, Sarah Shook, Killer Filler

Looks like another gorgeous weekend to be out. Join us for some terrific music in the courtyard.

Friday, April 10: Andrew Marlin w/Special Pre-Shakori set from local favorite Sarah Shook (starting at 5pm!!)
Andrew Marlin at 8pm

Saturday, April 11: Killer Filler Learn about the upcoming Liquor by the Drink vote at 7pm
Killer Filler at 8pm

All bands weather permitting. No cover charge but please be generous when we pass the hat! Call 545-0562 w/questions.

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Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 10:55:39 -0400
From: "Cathy Head"
Subject: Mega-Yard sale at Relay


The 2009 Pittsboro Relay for Life will begin at 7 AM , Saturday May 16th
with a mega yard sale. Relay teams will set up tables loaded with
treasures, in the tennis court area at Northwood High School.

Teams participating so far are: Pittsboro Presbyterian Church, Keck
Butt, Pittsboro United Methodist Church, ComForcare, Hanks Chapel,
Justice and Merrit's on the Move.=20

If you have anything you would like to donate to the sale please contact
one of these teams or deliver your items to Northwood on Friday, May
15th between the hours of 3 PM & 7 PM.

The sale will be open on Saturday May 16th, 7 AM - 11 AM. Other
activities taking place at the Relay event include breakfast, the Kid's
Walk, Survivor/Caregiver Laps, inflatable castle, car show, music,
motorcycle ride, lunch, dunking booth, cake walk, silent & live
auctions, magic show, line dancing lessons. More activities are being
added each week. All proceeds from the sale will benefit the Pittsboro
Relay for Life / American Cancer Society. For more information or to
become involved contact Marion Haywood  (  ) or  JoAnn Mack ( ). Also visit
for information about other Relay events.

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Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 11:34:38 -0400
From: "Monk Lewis"
Subject: =?us-ascii?Q?Webster's_Medical_Dictionary?=

I am looking for a used but recent version of the Webster's Medical
Dictionary.  Does any one have one available or know of a place where I
can purchase one at a reasonable price?  



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Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 12:42:13 -0400
From: "Larry & Karen Webster"
Subject: Siler City Farmers' Market - OPENING DAY!

The Siler City Farmers' Market will open on Saturday April 11th from 10am - 1pm.

Mayor Charles Turner will ring the opening bell.

There will be an art contest for children pre-K thru grade 4. Draw an Easter animal (chicken, bunny, duck, lamb, etc.) along with a vegetable that you think they might eat. Bring it to the market by 10:30 Saturday morning so the customers can vote for a winner. Remember to put your name and phone number on your drawing.

There will be a scavenger hunt through the shops and galleries near the market. Come by and pick up an entry form and rules.

There will be games, egg dying, face painting and other activities through-out the morning.

And last but not least, fresh vegetables, eggs, meat, baked goods and all the usual market goodies.


Thank you!

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Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 13:06:23 -0400
From: "Chimneys Plus"
Subject: Mason Needed

Mason needed:  I am looking for a reliable mason I can recommend who will go
up on the roof to repair chimneys.  Repointing and rebuilding.

Email Charlie Quaile with Chimneys Plus, Inc

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Date: Thu, 09 Apr 2009 14:11:53 -0400

We are still taking reservations for our expanded Easter Brunch Buffet this Sunday from 10am until 3pm.? Please call 545-2330 to make your reservation.? A complete menu and pricing can be found at Happy Easter!

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Date: Thu, 9 Apr 2009 20:20:25 -0400
From: "jaime*chandra"
Subject: Calling all Wellness Practitioners

You are invited to add your website to a new online directory of healers in
Chatham County. Inclusion is absolutely free and this is meant to be a
resource for residents and visitors.

Go to:
(Click "Add your Site" on the right)

Please feel free to send me any feedback, comments, or suggestions for a new

Warm Regards,

Jaime Chandra Kozlowski

NC Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist #7777
Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
Registered Yoga Teacher

224 East Street, Suite G
Pittsboro, NC 27312

Life is not about finding yourself
Life is about Creating your Self.
      ~Source unknown

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Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 00:33:40 GMT
From: ""
Subject: RPJ auto and towing

good day to all.
 RPJ auto repair is open and still with the same low prices and also offering 24 hour rolback service at the same low prices. I will beat any quote on service or towing. I also offer fast friendly service with satisfaction guaranteed. I will repair your car,truck, lawn equipment, and farm tractors. I will also pick up your unwanted vehicles or lawn equipment that is running or not for free. no job is too big or too small i do it all from oil changes to timing belts to engine replacement. all at the lowest prices around. so please give me a try and i promise you will not be dissapointed. please call (919)799-1477 or email thank you for your time. serving chatham county and all sourounding counties. towing to and from anywhere.
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