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Chatham Chatlist #3423 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gene Galin   
Tuesday, 19 May 2009

This digest contains the following messages:

  1. Pittsboro Bus Stop  
         by: Ann H. Deupree
  2. Wood floor refinishing (need to be able to move furniture  
  3. dentists?  
         by: Sara Brinson
  4. Calling all aspiring drag performers!  
         by: jaime*chandra
  5. BBQ Benefit for the Sprott Christian Youth Center  
         by: Angela Partin
  6. still a free lunch  
         by: Karen Ladd
  7. Chatlist Request - Tennis lessons?  
         by: BowFly Adventure Travel
  8. Fourth Friday Movie in Pittsboro  
  9. crazy idea to loose weight  
         by: Mark Stinson
  10. Happy Ending for Plenty mishap  
         by: colleen kendrick
  11. Child Care Networks Silver Anniversary Celebration  
         by: McAdams, Connie
  12. Looking for a roofer  
         by: Melody Troncale Epic Center
  13. Calling all parents of a child/teen with a "special need".  
         by: Holly Rickman
  14. Music this week at the General Store Cafe  
         by: joyce
  15. Re: Deer Overpopulation  
         by: Kira Dirlik
  16. post  
  17. FREE falafel  

--------------------  1  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 07:54:28 -0400
From: "Ann H. Deupree"
Subject: Pittsboro Bus Stop

To Tom West,

Sounds like you already have a job and a car to get there.  What if you didn't?  This proposed bus will offer transportation for people who work in Chapel Hill or along the 15/501 corrider or are seeking employment.  Yes, this is needed especially in this economy.

The request to Pittsboro Commissioners for $24,000 will cover the first 18 months of operation, when we'll learn the potential for ridership.  This is $1,333/month;  a very small expenditure to offer Pittsboro residents without transportation a chance to reach employment opportunities.

There will be a fare to ride the bus.  The estimate of ten riders is only a minimum;  there will likely be many more riders from Pittsboro and all over Chatham County.  Half of the funding comes from a grant from the state and feds because of the need for public transportation in Chatham County.   Pittsboro and Chatham County must fund the other half of the cost.

Yes, do contact your Pittsboro and Chatham County Commissioners.  Tell them you want to know more about the busline and how we can support this important service for our families who want to work.

Ann Deupree

--------------------  2  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 08:18:11 -0400
Subject: Wood floor refinishing (need to be able to move furniture
 before and after)

I'm looking for someone who refinishes wood floors and can take care of
moving furniture around before and after. I prefer someone who is used to
working on "lived in homes" as I understand it can be really messy. I need
someone who can help keep the mess down and turn the job around as quick
as possible since we'll be camping out in our basement while the work is
done. Please let me know your recommendations.


--------------------  3  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 05:37:31 -0700 (PDT)
From: Sara Brinson
Subject: dentists?

Can anyone recommend a good dentist?


--------------------  4  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 08:57:05 -0400
From: "jaime*chandra"
Subject: Calling all aspiring drag performers!

Hello Chatham!

Chatham Artists Guild & the Abundance Foundation are teaming up to shake
things up for our burrito bash on June 2nd. We're gathering all the kings
and queens in the area to make a night Pittsboro will never forget. If you
ever wondered what it would be like to dress in drag & perform a number,
email me for your opportunity. We have space for a couple more aspiring drag

We'll also have a live & silent auction. If you are interested in donating
an item or service, you will receive a tax deductible receipt & free
admission to the show.

More info:

Press release:

~Jaime Chandra Kozlowski

Licensed Massage & Bodywork Therapist
Registered Yoga Teacher
c. 919.200.9569

The Abundance Foundation
local food~renewable energy~community
p. 919-533-5181
m. P O Box 1113 ~ Pittsboro, NC 27312

--------------------  5  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 10:18:14 -0400
From: "Angela Partin"
Subject: BBQ Benefit for the Sprott Christian Youth Center

Will be held on Friday, June 19th from 4:00-7:00 PM in the lot across
from Ray's Supermarket in Moncure.  We are pre-selling tickets for BBQ
and homemade sauce (Eastern NC style).  A pound of BBQ is $8.00; 1/2
pint of sauce is $5.00.  Please contact one of the following people to
purchase tickets or for more information:

Houston Blair:  599-8336
Armentha Davis:  542-4343
Kenneth Jeffries:  542-7205
Norma Bryant:  776-5128
Angela Partin:  362-1260
Donald Lyerly:  542-6103
Pam Fletcher:  356-5058
Kennie Ellis:  548-5577
Kevin Stone @ Ray's Supermarket:  542-2183

Also, BBQ sandwiches and chips will be sold on-site for $5.00, and a
limited amount of BBQ and sauce will be available for purchase on-site.

This benefit is sponsored by Ray's Supermarket and NB Forrest Camp 803
Sons of Confederate Veterans.  Thank you for your support!

Angela Partin

--------------------  6  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 10:37:54 -0400
From: Karen Ladd
Subject: still a free lunch

     Yes, there is still a free lunch!  Every Thursday from 12 noon until 1 Pm at St. Bartholomew's church!  204 W. Salisbury St., in Pittsboro.Everyone is welcome.

     Parents and teachers: we will be serving kid friendly lunches during the summer months that adults will enjoy as well.

     Eat, meet, and learn! We plan to start a Spanish-English co-learning program this summer, from 12:30 until 1 PM, with Leela Ellis coordinating.

      Gardeners and food vendors: we need your surplus!

     To volunteer, ask questions, or donate to the lunch, email us at the above email address. Or call the church office, 542-5679. We'd love to have lunch with you!

Karen Ladd
Lay Pastoral Leader
St. bartholomew's Episcopal Church

--------------------  7  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 10:44:35 -0400
From: "BowFly Adventure Travel"
Subject: Chatlist Request - Tennis lessons?

I am looking for summer tennis lessons for my two boys in Pittsboro - any
suggestions would be appreciated - LOVE the game, want them to learn, but
don't want to drive to Chapel Hill.

Thanks in advance!

Brooke Cromwell

BOWFLY Adventure Travel
"Your Personal Agent for Specialty, Cruise and Group Travel"
Thomas Hogan Travel

--------------------  8  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 14:50:22 +0000
Subject: Fourth Friday Movie in Pittsboro

The Pittsboro Merchants Association will be featuring the Fourth Friday Movie night this Friday May 22nd.  The comedy Airplane will show at dusk.  Bring a chair.  There will be hotdogs and fish sandwiches starting around 6 pm with popcorn and drinks around movie time.  This event is free and open to the public and is located in the Capital Bank parking lot weather permitting.  Select shops stay open late on this Friday evening.   Call 960-5892 for more info.

--------------------  9  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 11:03:02 -0400
From: "Mark Stinson"
Subject: crazy idea to loose weight

 I keep hearing where obesity is one the rise in the US . Well ,, I am overweight ,, not as much as some but there . I also am struggling with bills like many others and I had another one of my crazy ideas . I was experimenting with ways to get better gas mileage and found gearing was a factor with any car . I played with different types of overdrive transmissions and took a break one weekend to visit a grist mill . When the water level was to low to turn the waterwheel there was a turn style with a harness for a horse and on the opposite side ,, a longer lever for a man to push the thing . If the horse gave out ,, a man could walk and turn the device that went through a transmission of sorts to turn the grist just fast enough to grind corn into meal . I remembered that and pondered when I decided to try to loose weight . One of the things about exercise is it seams to be a waste of time for me . Sure you loose weight but other then that its a block of time you get nothing productive done .  I considered all that lost energy we expend trying to burn calories and remembered the grist mill . I have been tinkering with junk again and I believe I figured out a way to store that lost energy we expend while exercising . If you could exercise for an hour at a comfortable pace and power your home for 5 hours would you think differently about exercise ? Most people use 90% of their electricity in the evenings or weekends for washing and drying clothes , air conditioning , heat and a number of other things . If you could exercise for an hour and power your home during these peak electrical use times and see a significant difference in your power bill how would you feel about exercise then ?  If your interested let me know ,, I'm already putting the thing together ,, and having fun with it :)  Goodnite Mark :)

--------------------  10  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 15:17:31 +0000
From: colleen kendrick
Subject: Happy Ending for Plenty mishap

hello all who responded,

I wanted to update you of a happy ending,
the customer who received too much PLENTY change came in to Angelina's Kitchen
and returned it. Thanks sooo much to the wonderful customer who came in!

Thanks also to Pittsboro Feed for letting her know! We love this community and the small town feel Pittsboro still has.


Colleen Kendrick

--------------------  11  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 09:36:06 -0600
From: "McAdams, Connie"
Subject: Child Care Networks Silver Anniversary Celebration

The staff and board of Child Care Networks invite you to join us as we
celebrate 25 years of service to children, families, and child care
programs. The event will take place Monday, June 8, 5:30-7:30 at The
City Tap in downtown Pittsboro and will include food, fellowship, music,
a silent auction and maybe some surprises. Tickets are only $15 and
include 2 drinks or 1 drink and a sandwich, plus snacks. Only 100
tickets will be available so get yours early. To purchase a ticket or
for more information call 542-6644.

--------------------  12  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 11:39:08 -0400
From: Melody Troncale Epic Center
Subject: Looking for a roofer

I am looking for a roofer to fix or replace a roof on  residence in Winston Salem does anyone have any recommendations? or knows someone in our area that would do the work, it is a small house and we would like a metal roof if possible.  Tried the phone book up there but not sure if we can get a recommendation or someone from this area that would do the work I would feel more comfortable.  


Melody Troncale
Epic Center Inc. Empowering People in Community

--------------------  13  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 10:24:06 -0700 (PDT)
From: Holly Rickman
Subject: Calling all parents of a child/teen with a "special need".

   Once again folks we are having our monthly support group in Silk Hope from 6:30-8pm this Thursday. We have already doubled in size from last month. Come one time and you will see all that can be gained from the love and unconditional support of others who have been there, regardless of you childs need. We have parents with all kinds of "life stories". Mapquest Chatham Carepts & Interiors. Take left onto road at the sign and stay left up the drive all the way till you see a brown house in back. Group is in opposing building from house. Refreshments will be provided!!!
   The numbers are staggering that remain in the shadows due to fear of labels or denial. You do not have to be one of them!!
    If does not apply help a friend and forward to them. It can make all the difference!
Holly Rickman
Director of Services
Project Proud Families

--------------------  14  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 13:27:31 -0400
From: "joyce"
Subject: Music this week at the General Store Cafe

This week at the General Store Café
We will be featuring Shag Dancing Monday, May 18, 7:00-10 pm, Jazz with
Tony Galiani on Thursday, May 21, 7-9 pm, Frizz Wheel on Friday, May 22,
8:30-11:00 pm, and the Bluematics on Saturday, May 23, 8:30-11:00 pm.
Enjoy our Sunday Brunch on Sunday, May 24 from 9 – 3 pm.  Sign up for
our Open Mic Night to be held next Wednesday, 5-27, 7 pm. All artists
are welcome!  Contact Eck McCanless or

Don't forget to check our website for additional details at

--------------------  15  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 14:31:21 -0400
From: Kira Dirlik
Subject: Re: Deer Overpopulation

I agree with Billy Bob's post about deer hunters' need to take more  
does to decrease the overpopulation.  But one thing I read about in  
several places recently (maybe even here) that he didn't mention, is  
that the deer species here is being weakened because the biggest,  
strongest, healthiest bucks are being slaughtered, allowing the  
inferior males of the secies to be the breeders.  If nature were  
allowed to take her course, the inferior males would be fought out of  
the game by the better bucks.   Over the generations, the deer will  
deteriorate and be more prone to sickness and deformities.
Since i don't hunt at all, is there a local source where deer meat can  
be purchased?

--------------------  16  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 19:51:01 -0400
Subject: post

Where: Moncure Baptist Church-

What: Community Missions Barbeque

When: Saturday 5/23/09  11:00 am to 7:pm

Cost:  $7/plate or $7/pound

Pork BBQ or Chicken tenders

Hush Puppies, baked beans, cole slaw, Iced Tea

--------------------  17  --------------------
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 21:25:44 -0400
From: Angelina
Subject: FREE falafel

For all our fellow Chathamites .... and anyone from surrounding counties
hanging out in Pittsboro tomorrow ...

Angelina's Kitchen wishes to celebrate the honest act of a customer by
treating everyone who comes in to a FREE falafel.

So, in case you were wondering what a falafel is ... or you have already had
falafel and simply want a free one, come on by the take out and get your all
day Tuesday.

hope to see you Tuesday ... or any day

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