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Chatham Chatlist #3405 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gene Galin   
Tuesday, 28 April 2009

This digest contains the following messages:

  1. THANK YOU  
         by: Robin Luker
  2. Spring sampler  
         by: Forrest Greenslade
  3. Opportunity Chatham: May 12th 7:30am in Siler City  
         by: Tami Schwerin
  4. Very cute black lab found!!  
         by: Rachel Stokes
  5. RE: Dog on 15-501 South  
         by: MarkBeth Morton
  6. Kudzu  
         by: Salinda Dahl
  7. Hammocks-any local makers??  
         by: James Bagley
  8. Chatham Animal Rescue and Education and Chatham County  
         by: Sirls, Karen
  9. How to Live Young the First 100 Years!  
         by: Dr. Jacqulyn Nygren
  10. Death Swamp?  
         by: Kerry Straughn
  11. lawn mower sharpening  
         by: warthur2
  12. Vets and Rabies shots  
         by: nabooko
  13. Jordan Lake Music Festival  
         by: George Faget
  14. Northwood Varsity Baseball Defeats NCSSM 16-4 Friday  
         by: Darcey Moore
  15. Northwood  JV Baseball Defeats Orange 10-3  
         by: Darcey Moore
  16. Northwood JV Softball Defeats Cardinal Gibbons 12-4 Tues. 4/21  
         by: Darcey Moore
  17. More coyotes please  
         by: Richard Silc
  18. Carpenter Bees  
         by: Elaine Nichols
  19. Kudzu:  A Southern Musical is a Must-See  
         by: Andrea
  20. Cramer and vets  
         by: Ted Bonus
  21. Chatham Community Events Calendar  
         by: CCUCC - Cindy Poindexter
  22. Why are school board members Russell and O'Brien endorsing LBD?
         by: Craig
  23. Free Walking Tour and Open House--Historic Pittsboro--May 3  
         by: Jim and Beverly Wiggins
  24. RE:  Flowering Tree Identification  
  25. Anglers Scout Team is putting on a prospect camp May 9th  
         by: David Hackney
  26. Chatham Community Church will "leave the building" on Sunday, May 3.  

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 06:26:59 -0400 (EDT)
From: Robin Luker
Subject: THANK YOU

    I would like to send out two BIG THANK YOUS today. First Thank you to Hope Crossing Animal Hospital and the wonderful staff there. The recent rescue that adopted us had several issues that we needed help with and Hope Crossing was there to help. I was able to bring them the puppy and they were able to help me with an ear full of questions about her and a quick look over to make sure she was ok. Thank you all.
   The second goes to Mike at DogScrub!! Mobile Dog Bathing & Grooming. When I called Mike and told him about the rescue, he didn't hesitate to jump in and help. She needed to have her cute fluffy hair shaved off so a tick search and removal would be easier. Mike spoke to her softly as he shaved her and wasn't phased by the ticks he was finding on her. When he was finished he did more then expected and gave her a bath and spa treatment afterwards. She looked like a different dog when Mike was finished. And a much cooler and happier one. Mike was so gentle with her, that I, along with the puppy had total trust in him. I would so recommend him to anyone who needs a groomer. Thank you Mike for all your help. We still have the rescue as no one has come to claim her yet, but I think thier time is running out because we are falling hopelessly for her.
Here is the numbers to contact both places for services in case anyone may need them:
Hope Crossing Animal Hospital : 919-542-1975
Mike at DogScrub : 919-542-1540
Check them out, I assure that you won't be disappointed.
                 Robin Luker

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 07:55:18 -0400
From: Forrest Greenslade
Subject: Spring sampler

Celebrate a beautiful Carolina spring Sunday afternoon with an "art
bouquet" at the Carolina Brewery. We will hold an artists' reception for
several leading artists of the Chatham Artists Guild on Sunday, May 3rd
from 4 to 6 PM. Come, have a brew and some nice bar snacks, and talk
with painters, photographers, sculptors and other Guild artists. The
Chatham Carolina Brewery is on Route 15/501  just North of Pittsboro

Forrest C. Greenslade. PhD, DTM
Artist, Writer, Speaker
President, Chatham Artists Guild

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:29:44 -0400
From: Tami Schwerin
Subject: Opportunity Chatham: May 12th 7:30am in Siler City

Dear Chatham,

If you have any interest in the economic development of Chatham  
County, you'll want to come out on May 12th to the Opportunity Chatham  
featuring local food, local businesses and keynote speaker, NC  
Secretary of Commerce; Keith Crisco.  Economic Development will give a  
short presentation
on the "state of the county" and you'll get to catch up with all your  
neighbors and friends.

Held at the building:  Joan's Fabric in Siler City:

7:30-8:00 coffee and chatting
8:00-9:30 breakfast and program

Local foods breakfast by Angelina's Kitchen and Our Neighborhood School
Local coffee shop Courtyard Coffee is sponsoring the coffee, thank you  
Joan Underwood!
(she uses a local roaster!)

For more information or to buy your tickets:
You can also sponsor a table and invite your employees, clients to  
join you.

See you there!

Tami Schwerin
local food~renewable energy~community

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:05:47 -0400
From: Rachel Stokes
Subject: Very cute black lab found!!

My husband and I found a very cute very very sweet black lab wandering  
along 15-501 on Sunday morning.  She had an invisible fence collar on,  
but no ID of any kind.  We took her and had her scanned for a chip  
this morning, no luck!!  She is now at the Orange county animal  
shelter.  They are going to call us before they have to put her down.

This dog is VERY sweet, if young and slightly ill behaved (but she's  
smart, we taught her to sit already, very eager to please) someone  
obviously loved her very much.

If you hear of anyone having lost a dog in that area (south of  
southern village, near the house with the orange door on the right)  
please tell them to go to the orange county animal shelter!!  Short of  
that, please consider adopting/fostering this incredible dog.  She was  
good with our dogs, good with our cats, and didn't even seem bothered  
by chickens/guineas!!  We would love to keep her ourselves, but we  
already have a full house.

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:38:16 -0400
From: MarkBeth Morton
Subject: RE: Dog on 15-501 South

Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 11:37:04 -0400 (EDT)
From: keepsakesframing
Subject: Re: Chatham Chatlist #3402

There has been a large blk shepherd/mix on 15-501 for the last week.  I have tried to catch the dog but he runs when I slow the car down.  It has run into the highway several times and the nice folks have stopped for him.  I have stopped trying to catch him because of this and throw food out only. He travels from Log Barn Acres up to Chatham Church Road, then turns and goes back the other direction. I have seen him out as late as 9:00 at night on 15-501 and think he was thrown out.  Anyone have any experience in trying to help this dog before it's too late.  I have called animal control but each time the dog is nowhere to be seen when they come out.  They can not put a trap out on the side of the highway nor can they tranquilize the dog. Please call if anyone can help.  Jeannie & Tom at Keepsakes Framing, 545-0321..
 Our family has tried to catch the dog also, only to end up leaving food and calling animal control.  We have not since the dog since our last call on Thursday of last week.  Prior to that we had a similar looking young pup come to our house.   We took the pup to the animal shelter and are thinking the larger dog maybe the momma loooking for her pup.  So sad.   Mark and Beth Morton 542-6159  

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:58:33 -0400
From: Salinda Dahl
Subject: Kudzu

If you want to enjoy a sparkling, musical, totally FUN evening, right at
Chatham Mill, don't miss KUDZU next weekend. Wonderful singing voices,
great musicians, a cast that's full of high energy, spirited talent. All
under the delightful direction of Ellen Bland. My husband and I went
last Saturday night, and have been talking about going back ever since.

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 09:31:19 -0500
From: "James Bagley"
Subject: Hammocks-any local makers??

anyone have any knowledge of a place in the area that makes hammocks??txjim

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 11:26:11 -0400
From: "Sirls, Karen"
Subject: Chatham Animal Rescue and Education and Chatham County
 Concerned Bikers Association's 6th Annual Burrito Bash with Live and
 Silent Auctions

Title:  6th Annual Burrito Bash with Live and Silent Auction to benefit Chatham Animal Rescue and Education and Chatham County Concerned Biker's Association

When: Tuesday, May 12th, 2009     6:00 - 9:00 PM.  Live auction begins at 7:30 PM.  Silent auction closes at 7:15 PM

Where: The General Store Café in downtown Pittsboro (39 West Street, downtown Pittsboro)

Brief Description: - A $15 donation on Tuesday night (or $12 purchased in advance) will provide you a General Store dinner burrito, chips and salsa, and live music provided by The Big Time Party Band.  Over 100 silent auction items!  Live auction items include two roundtrip airline tickets, an Outer Banks beach week, an Ocean Isle Beach ocean front condo beach week, metal dog sculpture by Tamera Mulanix, Chatham, Alamance and Seagrove pottery, original painting by DL Taylor and Shannon Bueker, a Clyde Critter cat by Clyde Jones, and two tickets to the Daytona Nascar Race on July 4th, Massages, Rounds of Golf at Chapel Ridge, The Preserve and Siler City Country Club as well as autographed Carolina Hurricanes sportswear.  

There is no cost to attend the auctions.  The General Store's full menu and bar will be available for purchases.  

Visit  for a list of auction items or to purchase advance, discounted tickets for only $12.  Advance discounted tickets may be purchased in person at McIntyre's Fine Books in Fearrington or The General Store Café in historic downtown Pittsboro.  

Contact Information:  e-mail .  Visit our website: or call 919-542-5757  

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 08:44:57 -0700 (PDT)
From: "Dr. Jacqulyn Nygren"
Subject: How to Live Young the First 100 Years!

Hi everyone!  New Branch Chiropractic will be holding a spinal care class on Tuesday, April 28th at 6:00 PM, entitled, "How to Live Young: The First 100 Years!"  If you are interested in learning about preventative care and how to stay mobile well into your retired years, this class is for you.  The class is free and there will be refreshments.  Discussion follows the class and encompasses any subject from conditions helped through chiropractic to nutrition.  If you have any questions, please call us at (919) 642-0555.  Hope to see you there!

Rooted in Your Health,
Jacqulyn L. Nygren, D.C.
120 Lowes Drive, Ste. 105
Pittsboro, NC 27312
(919) 642-0555

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 11:54:50 -0400 (EDT)
From: Kerry Straughn
Subject: Death Swamp?

I would put my money on it being beaver, not someone trying to kill us all by building a swamp. We live approximately one to one half mile from this "swamp" on the south side, and can assure you there are several beaver ponds between us and your "man made" swamp. Your best bet to contact might be Mother Nature.


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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 11:56:44 -0400
From: "warthur2"
Subject: lawn mower sharpening

Does anyone know of a place where I can get a push, (non-powered) reel mower
sharpened? I'm having trouble finding anyone who can do it.

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:21:43 -0400
From: "nabooko"
Subject: Vets and Rabies shots

I for one was not influenced by Elliot Cramer's stories about Pittsboro Animal Hospital.  I have my own stories.

I once had 14 cats registered at Hillcreek. I had spent thousands of dollars there. Seemingly, with each month, they became more complicated, more money oriented. I finally just couln't take it any more. It was just too stressful going there.

As far as the compassion part from Pittsboro Animal Hospital - I have yet to see it..  

My first visit was with an altered male cat with a urinary infection- sometime in Nov.- no questions were asked regarding if he had  a rabies shot.  Come January, I received a notice from Pittsboro Animal Hospital that the cat was due for a rabies shot in Jan.

The next visit was with a sick 10 year old cat.  I was not given the idea at the first visit that it was hopeless-  I think the vet knew more than she was saying. After all was said and done, the cat  died at home, after 3 visits.  I now feel that the last two visits were of no value except to the vet. This cost me nearly $400.00-  No suggestion that the cat would be better off dead.

Last Oct. or Nov. I called to make an appointment for a sick cat- the person answering the phone told me that "we only see patients that have had a rabies shot and that I would need to bring in his papers of proof of rabies shot"- I protested and said that he was listed at another vet  in town for the rabies shot- couldn't they call and confirm it.?That seem to confuse the issue and finally I heard someone in the background say "just tell them to bring the cat in"

This cat had something wrong that made the Vet suggest it had Feline herpes. I already  had heard that this is incurable, but treatable.  I paid $27.00 an ointment that did nothing to help- No suggestions for further treatment from the vet- just "I would like to see him again in 2 weeks"-

I came home and read up on Feline Herpes on the internet and bought my own treatment from a local drug store- and the cat's condition has improved greatly.  I feel that the vet knowingly withheld this simple information, in order to later sell me something much more expensive during additional visits.

Now, back to that compassion- Last year I found a box turtle that apparently had just the back tip of his shell and leg run over by a car. He Could not walk.  I tried to help him, feed him to the best of my ability, but I knew it was hopless.  Finally after two weeks with no success, I called Pittsboro Animal hospital and told them the situation- the end result, they wanted $45.00 to put the turtle to sleep. Nothing more, nothing less.

As much as I love cats, I resent having to put up with cat's running around in a vet's waiting room.  My cat is there because it is sick- and in a cage. I don't appreciate having the vet's cat approching my cat in that situation. They even let their cats come in the room when one's cat is being examined.

And by the way- said Vet's cats are far, far too fat for their own good.

Last, I fully believe that most vet visits and treatment are very carefully organized and drawn out to squeeze every penny possible from the visit.


This ends our discussion about this matter on the chatlist.

Additional posts on this topic will be moved to the Chatham Animal Lovers group

Gene Galin
Chatlist moderator

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:18:35 -0400
From: George Faget
Subject: Jordan Lake Music Festival

SAT.  Music by;  12-2 PM Coyote Ridge   2-4 PM Bluegrass Experience/ Tommy
Edwards,   4-6 PM Sweet Potato Pie,
and a Special Treat from 6-7:30 PM COOL JOHN FERGUSON
SUN.   Music by;  12-2 PM Carolina Junction, 2-4 No Strings Attached, 4-6 PM
Williamson Brothers, 6-7:30 PM Vintage Blu.
*An assortment of Cool Cars for our viewing pleasure*.
Food by Chatham's Own  "GENERAL STORE CAFE" ( Pittsboro, NC )  Pig Pickin
tasting and for dessert Hot Waffles with Ice Cream!
Fee; $10. in advance  $15. at door.      Children 12 and Under FREE
Seniors Donations
Money used to cover expenses & Jordan Lake Clean Up!
Location; 1800's Historic 20 Acre   "Jordan Lake Farm"  1226 Martha's Chapel
Rd. Apex, NC 27523
Questions? call George at 919 475-1847  Click
*Activities Include: Giant Inflatable, Face painting, Pinata, Bird House
Painting, Storytelling, Nature Walks (educational), Helicopter Rides (Jordan

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:24:38 -0400
From: "Darcey Moore"
Subject: Northwood Varsity Baseball Defeats NCSSM 16-4 Friday

Subject: Varsity Baseball Defeats NCSSM 16-4 Friday

The Varsity Baseball team defeated NCSSM Friday afternoon 16-4 in
Durham. Kyle Hackney was the winning pitcher and also hit a home run.
Matt Wade also connected for a home run on the afternoon. The team
improved to 7-3 in the conference and 14-4 overall. The Varsity Baseball
team travels to Hillsborough Orange for a rematch with the defending
state champ tomorrow night at 7. The Chargers defeated Orange this past
Thursday here at NHS. Senior Night is this Friday here at NHS as the
Chargers host Graham. Game time is 7pm.

Dr. Jason "Brent" Cooper

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:27:01 -0400
From: "Darcey Moore"
Subject: Northwood  JV Baseball Defeats Orange 10-3

Subject: JV Baseball Defeats Orange 10-3

The JV Baseball team defeated Orange 10-3 Thursday evening behind the
strong pitching of winning pitcher John Wieland and Conner Lawrence who
pitched three innings in relief allowing no runs and only one hit. Chris
Runyan was 4-4 with an RBI and Ethan Stubbs hit a 3 run home run to give
the Chargers a 4-0 lead in the 4th inning. Conner Lawrence had two hits
and 3 RBIS. Evan Dixon, Bryant Hackney, and Paul Candelori had one hit a
piece for the JV Chargers. Jacobi Harris and Andrew Jones added an RBI
and scored a run. Trevor Akhoui stole two bases and scored two runs.
Matt Gould played great defense at second base throughout the game. The
JV Chargers play at home tomorrow night at 7pm versus Orange in the

Dr. Jason "Brent" Cooper

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:31:33 -0400
From: "Darcey Moore"
Subject: Northwood JV Softball Defeats Cardinal Gibbons 12-4 Tues. 4/21

Subject: JV Softball Defeats Cardinal Gibbons 12-4 Tues. 4/21

The Lady Charger JV Softball team defeated Cardinal Gibbons Tuesday 4/21
12-4 in 4 innings. Chrissy Williams was the winning pitcher while
Rachelle Snuggs pitched well in relief. The JV Lady Chargers scored 8
runs in the second inning as they built an insurmountable lead in the
contest. Kerri Snipes led the JV Lady Chargers at the plate with a
single and three RBIs. Crystal Overcash had a triple and scored three
runs to go along with a stolen base. Kaitlyn Brown had an RBI single
while Marissa Kirby contributed a double and scored a run. Sierra
Timmons, Tyler O'Dell, Morgan Mitchell, and Taylor May all had a single
and scored a run. Katie Hudson, Chrissy Williams, and Rachelle Snuggs
also scored one run a piece.

The JV Lady Chargers play at home tomorrow night versus Orange at 5 pm.

Dr. Jason "Brent" Cooper

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 13:49:07 -0400
From: "Richard Silc"
Subject: More coyotes please

 Nothing better for the health and welfare of Chatham County than fewer deer.
May the coyotes feed and feed some more.

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 13:49:30 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)
From: "Elaine Nichols"
Subject: Carpenter Bees

Does anyone have any ideas on how to discourage Carpenter Bees?  I don't
want to kill them but do want them to leave my front steps alone.  I heard
there is a Carpenter Bee "house" that can be made.  Does anyone know how,
who, or if they will even use it?  They are very beautiful and I am sure
they have a use but I wish they were not at my house.  They seem to be a
problem all over the Chatham County area this year.=0D
Thanks  =0D


You can find more information about carpenter bees on the Chatham Journal
newspaper web site at

Gene Galin
Chatlist moderator


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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 13:50:56 -0400
From: "Andrea"
Subject: Kudzu:  A Southern Musical is a Must-See

Haven't seen Kudzu yet?  Oh you must!  The acting is nimble, the music is
delightful, and the humor is knee slappin'.  Don't miss out- this is the
last weekend!


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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 14:21:39 -0400
From: "Ted Bonus"
Subject: Cramer and vets

Please, enough of this silliness. Maybe Cramer can rediscover Bunky and give us some quiet. After all, Cramer caused nothing it was those evil veterinarians, or so I read in his posts. Enough, I cry enough.

Ted Bonus
FAX: 919-545-2803

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 15:34:10 -0400
From: "CCUCC - Cindy Poindexter"
Subject: Chatham Community Events Calendar

The Leadership Chatham Class of 2009, a program of the Chatham Chamber of Commerce, is excited to announce the online Chatham Community Events Calendar.  The calendar is a group project that Leadership Chatham participants have
been working on for the past several months.  The calendar will serve as a central repository for community events being held in Chatham County.  You will be able to access the calendar through the Chatham Chamber of Commerce website at  We plan to go live with the calendar by the second week in May 2009.  If you are interested in posting
events on the calendar, please call 742-3333 or send email to

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 15:56:25 -0400
From: Craig
Subject: Why are school board members Russell and O'Brien endorsing LBD?

Why are school board members Kathie Russell and Flint O'Brien publicly endorsing "Liquor by the Drink"?

The other BOE members - David Hamm, Deb McManus and Gerald Totten - are NOT publicaly saying you should vote for Liquor by the drink.

Why are these two Chatham County school board members, Russell and O'Brien, even involved in this discussion? How does the ability to buy booze by the shot affect our children's education and welfare?

Am I missing something here? Is there connection between promoting good schools and promoting good liquor?

Will the schools see any increases in funding from the increase in county tax collections?

Voting for or against something is every citizen's right. I don't care if Kathie Russell and Flint O'Brien want to vote for LBD but I wonder why they, as school board members, feel the need to make the public endorsement.

This doesn't have anything to do with our schools, and I see no reason why school board members should involve themselves in it.

Officially endorsing and encouraging people to vote for liquor by the drink just seems a little weird.

What next? A new slogan? Will we hear Kathie and Flint loudly proclaim - "BOOZE IT UP! It's all for the Children!"


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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 16:50:58 -0400
From: "Jim and Beverly Wiggins"
Subject: Free Walking Tour and Open House--Historic Pittsboro--May 3

The Chatham County Historical Association is hosting a free

Walking Tour and Open House of Historical Places in Pittsboro

Sunday, May 3rd

1:00 -4:00 pm

Docents will be available at most sites to discuss the history of the place
and to answer questions.

Have you ever wondered what Saint Bartholomew's Episcopal Church or the
Pittsboro Masonic Lodge look like on the inside?

Did you know that the cute house on Salisbury Street next to the Baptist
Church dates from before 1815 and was owned, along with much of the property
in that block, by a free black man, Lewis Freeman?

See a partially reconstructed log-cabin near the Pittsboro Library, on
Rectory Street. Visit the graves of some important Chatham County residents,
and see a close-up view of the interior of Governor Charles Manly's tiny law
office.  Come discover other Pittsboro treasures you may not even know

This is your chance to come inside some of the interesting places that you
pass by in Pittsboro and to learn about their history.

Free maps and a listing of open sites will be available at the Chatham
County Courthouse in the traffic circle and at all other sites on the tour.

Enjoy your individual tour, visiting the sites YOU choose. Travel by foot or
by car at your own pace.

Sites open for the tour include

The Historic Chatham County Courthouse

Masonic Lodge

Governor Manly's Law Office

Pittsboro Methodist Church and cemetery

St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church and cemetery

Freeman House

Partially restored Marshall log cabin

Pittsboro Presbyterian Church and cemetery

and the Chatham County Historical Museum, located in the Courthouse

MAY 3 IS A FIRST SUNDAY, so: downtown Pittsboro will offer other exhibits,
crafts and art vendors, music, food & drink as well.

Please join us!

More info: 919-542-3603

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 17:37:57 -0400
Subject: RE:  Flowering Tree Identification

I just wanted to thank all who responded to my request for a plant =
identification.  It appears to be some kind of wild azalea even though =
it's more of a small tree rather than bush form.

Here are a couple of links that show what I saw except for the form of =
the plant.  It may look more tree-like because of it's position in the =
woods though or it may be a slightly different variety.  The flowers and =
leaves look pretty much identical to the ones shown on the links below =

Again, I thank everyone who took the time to email me with suggestions - =
it was very much appreciated.

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 18:08:16 -0400
From: "David Hackney"
Subject: Anglers Scout Team is putting on a prospect camp May 9th

Just A reminder,

The Anglers Scout Team is putting on a prospect camp May 9th, 9-1 , at Horton Baseball Complex , Northwood High School. This event will include a pro-workout, scrimmage game and personal evaluation for each participant. Our evaluation team will consist of individuals that have played at the professional level.

This camp is designed for kids who aspire to play at the next level. This is camp is sepecially good for kids in grades 8th-11th.

Have kids bring a snack or energy bar as we will not take lunch. Suggested donations of thirty dollars can be made the morning of. We have a good group pre-registered. We have about ten spots left.

Thanks, David Hackney

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Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 22:06:13 -0400
Subject: Chatham Community Church will "leave the building" on Sunday, May 3.

Chatham Community Church will "leave the building" on Sunday, May 3 to
get out into the community to serve and show God's love in very
tangible ways to others.

Over 100 adults and children from the church will participate in
service projects including making several improvements at Perry
Harrison School where the church meets regularly on Sunday mornings,
cleaning up the Haw River area, serving alongside Habitat for
Humanity, and performing individual home repairs.  This service
opportunity is open to all members of the community who would like to
join in serving.

Participants will gather at Perry Harrison School at 8:30 am and begin
the service projects by 9 am.  The participants will reconvene between
12:00-12:30pm at Perry Harrison School for a picnic lunch to celebrate
the day together.  Perry Harrison School is located at 2655 Hamlet
Chapel Rd., Pittsboro, NC 27312.

Additional information can be found at the church’s website:

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