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Chatham Chatlist #3450 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gene Galin   
Tuesday, 23 June 2009

This digest contains the following messages:

  1. Free Healthcare Event in Chatham  
         by: Delcenia Turner <delturn...@yahoo.com>
  2. I just love North Carolina  (Pittsboro)  
         by:  <Embrace...@aol.com>
  3. domestic violence fundraiser  
         by: Andrea Batsche <andrea.bats...@gmail.com>
  4. Pittsboro's Community House  
         by: Lesley Landis <lllgraphicdes...@gmail.com>
  5. Get Your Tickets Now for Mike Wiley's Performance of Blood Done Sign My Name  
         by: Lindgren, Kerstin <kers...@FEARRINGTON.com>
  6. Moncure Cruz-N  
         by: Angela Partin <apar...@kirby-holt.com>
  7. lawnmower/weedeater repair  
         by: Scotty Young <tranceda...@mindspring.com>
  8. Donated Items Needed  
         by: Stacy Duck <stacybd...@gmail.com>
  9. Fw: A Bright Future  
         by: Barton & Sharon <log.h...@mindspring.com>

--------------------  1  --------------------
Date: Sun, 21 Jun 2009 23:40:11 -0700 (PDT)
From: Delcenia Turner <delturn...@yahoo.com>
Subject: FREE HEALTHCARE EVENT IN CHATHAM

On Saturday, June 27, 2009 indoor and outdoor public events offering a plethora of free
 
healthcare related services are scheduled to take place across the nation.
 
One such event, “PLAN, PREPARE, PREVAIL: WORKING TOWARD A PREVENTATIVE
 
HEALTH CARE SYSTEM,† will be a collaborative effort hosted in Chatham by Organizing for
 
America, citizen change agents from the 2008 Presidential campaign who are continuing to
 
work for change in their communities, Piedmont Health Services, “an exciting non-profit agency
 
committed to providing the highest quality preventative & primary health care services,†the Siler
 
City Health Department and other health professionals.
 
Critical diagnostic screenings and services as well as informational literature will be

available to the public for free at Piedmont Health Services, located at 224 S.10th Avenue

in Siler City from 11am to 2pm. Also, the Siler City Fire Department has graciously consented

to showcase their fire truck for the children. Everyone is welcome.
 
For further information and directions, contact Del Turner at 919-776-0563, Betty Melanson

at 919-619-2159.

--------------------  2  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 10:36:48 EDT
From: Embrace...@aol.com
Subject: I just love North Carolina  (Pittsboro)

I have been here almost 5 years and from the moment we arrived I  could not
get over the friendliness of the people here...and the beautiful trees  and
the wonderful weather...yes, there is humidity a couple months out of the  
year...and I love that too...I think I am part lizard...(smile)...I came
from  Monterey Ca. and have not missed anything about the state or the
town...the  traffic in that state ..OH MY Goodness!!!...and everyone in a hurry ...
and so  unfriendly and unkind...lived all over Ca for 30years... I have not
found ONE  thing I do not love about this state...(well maybe the ticks)
hahahahaha...the  triangle area is so progressive ....even little Pittsboro
with all the history  and co-op and Angelinas Kitchen and the cute little down
town shopping ...the  circle in the middle of town...I love that I can walk
for miles all over town  with my two little dogs at 5 in the morning with no
fear.. and to have fresh air  to breath and the most beautiful cool
mornings no matter how warm it gets...and  most of all I am so glad we have such a
wonderful tool like this chatlist to  help one another to find our lost
animals and to give each other a helping hand  in finding different services
available...I hope I never get so comfortable that  I forget how very blessed I
am to be in this Southern Part of  Heaven...(smile)..that's what I think
Pittsboro is... I just had to take a  moment to brag...(smile)
Linda in Chatham Forest...Thanks Gene for all your hard work  

--------------------  3  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 11:15:25 -0400
From: Andrea Batsche <andrea.bats...@gmail.com>
Subject: domestic violence fundraiser

--------------------  4  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 13:16:25 -0400
From: Lesley Landis <lllgraphicdes...@gmail.com>
Subject: Pittsboro's Community House

Last week at the Wake-Up Wednesday community breakfast, I saw for the
first time the beautiful upgrades that have occurred thus far at
Pittsboro's Community House. It's looking terrific! The wider exterior
stairs are much more inviting and the sensitivity that's been shown in
the selection of the lighting and fan fixtures both outside and in is
perfect. What a great jump start for this local architectural gem!
When times are as tough as they are now, it is particularly uplifting
to see care being shown to our town's historic structures --especially
when it's done through grant funds, as this was. Thanks to all the
town staff, citizen volunteers and local artisans who had a hand in
bringing these improvements to reality.
For those who don't know about the Community House, it is a historic
stone structure at 65 Thompson Street a couple of doors east of
Elizabeth's Pizza built in the 1930s. It is managed by the Town of
Pittsboro @ 919-542-4621 and is available to rent for meetings,
receptions, parties, classes, and workshops.

--
Lesley Landis

--------------------  5  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 16:02:11 -0400
From: "Lindgren, Kerstin" <kers...@FEARRINGTON.com>
Subject: Get Your Tickets Now for Mike Wiley's Performance of Blood Done Sign My Name

Get your tickets now for a night/afternoon of compelling,
thought-provoking, educational theater!  Mike Wiley's performance of
Blood Done Sign My Name is coming to the Fearrington Barn in only a few
short weeks and this is one show not to be missed.  Mr., Wiley is an
amazing storyteller. Tell your friends!  Bring your (13 years or older)
kids!

Fearrington is pleased to present Mike Wiley's performance of Blood Done
Sign My Name, the acclaimed memoir by Tim Tyson,  in The Fearrington
Barn on Saturday and Sunday, July 11th and 12th, 2009.  A gifted
playwright and actor, Wiley expands cultural awareness for audiences of
all ages through his dynamic portrayals based on pivotal moments in
African-American history. Blood Done Sign My Name tells the story of the
violent reprisals following the acquittal of three men for the murder of
Henry "Dickie" Marrow in Oxford, North Carolina. This compelling
production acknowledges America's painful racial history, "that our
freedom and dignity, if we still have any, has been paid for in blood,
that we have a contract with our ancestors not to let their sacrifices
be in vain."  

The production is offered as part of Chatham County's Community Read
program, featuring Tyson's Blood Done Sign My Name as one of the 2009
selections.  For information about the Community Read program, visit:
http://www.pittsborolibraryfriends.org/index.html      

July 11th, 7pm, $12 with a post-performance reception and question &
answer session with Mike Wiley

July 12th, 2pm $12 adults/$6 students with valid student ID, Includes a
post-performance question and answer session with Mike Wiley.

Tickets available for in-person sale at McIntyre's Books in Fearrington
Village, or online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/62753

On July 11th,  come to a special pre-show dinner at the Old Granary
Restaurant.  With seating available beginning at 5pm, you'll have plenty
of time to enjoy the casual a la carte menu before heading over to the
Barn for the main event! Call (919) 542-2121 for reservations.

--------------------  6  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 16:57:06 -0400
From: "Angela Partin" <apar...@kirby-holt.com>
Subject: Moncure Cruz-N

An antique car and motorcycle show, sponsored by the Sprott Christian
Youth Center, will be held this Saturday, June 27th, from 10:00 AM -
3:00 PM in the Liberty Chapel Church parking lot (1855 Old US 1) in
Moncure.  Admission is free.  Concessions will be available and all
proceeds benefit the Sprott Christian Youth Center.  For more
information, please contact Hubert Matthews:  542-3472.

Thank you for your support!

Angela Partin

--------------------  7  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 17:22:29 -0400
From: Scotty Young <tranceda...@mindspring.com>
Subject: lawnmower/weedeater repair

I need reliable repair service for gasoline powered lawn tools.......
Mower and weed eater.........  know anybody?
    Please share
    Thank You, Scotty
    Tranceda...@mindspring.com

--------------------  8  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 18:47:31 -0400
From: Stacy Duck <stacybd...@gmail.com>
Subject: Donated Items Needed

The Chatham Social Health Council will hold their 1st Annual Bake Sale &
Rummage Sale July 25th 8am-2pm. We are asking for donations from the
community. Please clean out you attics and garages and donate unneeded
items to a GREAT cause fighting the spread of HIV and STDs. You can drop
off items at the Council office 401B North Ivey Ave, Siler City (behind
Dr. Dykers building across from the old hospital) or we will come pick
the items up. Please contact Stacy or Lisa at 919-742-3762. Thank you
for your support!

--------------------  9  --------------------
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 22:23:02 -0400
From: "Barton & Sharon" <log.h...@mindspring.com>
Subject: Fw: A Bright Future

I've tried to keep myself from joining the Chatlist discussion about the driving habits of our learned citizens,  but can no longer do so.

I had a very successful turn signal repair business "up north" and then decided to move my business to North Carolina.  This was definitely a mistake.  For some reason, turn signals never seem to need repairing in this state.  I can't understand why.

Not willing to give up, I think I'm onto something that will provide me a decent living: a contract to repaint the solid yellow center line in the curves on every road in the state.  For some reason the paint seems to get a lot of wear especially where the road curves to the left.

I am also submitting a proposal to the NCDOT to replace the yellow lenses on all traffic signal lights with a green lens to better reflect the customary purpose of that light.  At the same time I'm seeking a contract to add the word "SUGGESTED" to each speed limit sign.

In these troubled times I see a bright financial future for my family.

Barton Holtz
Pittsboro

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