CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR 7-22-21
The Cedar Mountain Community Center is having its annual auction on Monday, Aug 9 to help fund its scholarship program. Lauryl Meile of Cedar Mountain was the lucky candidate who received a scholarship award from the center this year. Congratulations, Lauryl. Lauryl’s mom has made a donation to the auction to show her appreciation and help fund the scholarship program. Thanks, mom.
Many excellent donations have already been made including gift certificates from Davidson River Outfitters, Hiker and the Hound, a 1-year membership for Friends of DuPont Recreational Forest, gift certificates from Bracken Mountain Bakery, and from other local and Brevard businesses. Artist, David Brown, has donated some of his original sought-after wood creations, to name a few. If you have something you would like to donate to the auction please contact Deborah Perkins at 828-885-7878 or Marilyn Compton at 828-885-7237. We can pick up your item if needed. The deadline for donations is July 28th. Items of value are preferred.
The silent auction room will be open at 5:30 pm for early bidding. Potluck items need to be on the tables by 6:15 pm. Dinner starts at 6:30 pm. After announcements at 7 pm, the silent auction bids will be collected and the live auction will begin. Following the live auction winners of the silent auction will be announced. Bidding on silent auction items can continue until 7 pm. Everyone is welcome and we hope to see you there for a great time.
CEDAR MOUNTAIN FLEA MARKET FUNDRAISER
This year’s flea market will be held on Friday, August 20th from 5 pm – 7 pm and Saturday, August 21st from 8 am – 11:00 am at the Cedar Mountain Community Center. If you’ve weeded out a lot of stuff during the pandemic and want it out of the house, now is the time. Interested parties should contact Linda Young at email@example.com or call 877-5407 for details and table reservations. If no answer, please leave a message. Many tables have already been reserved so make your table reservations now while they last. Tables or spaces are $10 each. All proceeds from table/space rental benefit the community center. Donations are encouraged and welcome.
SHERWOOD FOREST FRIENDS
Welcome to the 2021 Summer Series - Things Are Looking Up!
This year we have a great selection of speakers to lead us onward and upward. The season begins August 7th at 7 pm with Summer Series veteran Caroline McIntyre (Rachel Carson) as she brings to life the courageous story of Mary Draper Ingles' escape from Shawnee slavery.
During the Perseid Meteor Shower, two meteorite experts from NASA and Rice University in Houston, will tell us what secrets these visitors from space hold.
A Perseid skywatch is also scheduled.
Closing out the season will be Michael Castelaz, Ph.D. with a program about celestial discovery. Will mankind ever live on Mars?
All events are FREE and begin at 7:00 pm at the Robin Hood Barn. Donations welcome.
SHERWOOD FOREST WOMEN'S WORKSHOP
is announcing the return of their Flea Market to be held in the Robin Hood Barn on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 From 9 AM to 3 PM. Save the date for an exciting event featuring many categories of items for your home, garden, or personal purchase. We look forward to seeing our friends and neighbors from near and far! Proceeds benefit many organizations throughout Transylvania County. Maria Berin
SHERWOOD FOREST LADIES GOLF LEAGUE
Results for July 19: The game on Monday was odd-numbered holes on the front nine. Winner: Roz Banks with 19. Low net: Elaine Omann with 25.
The Red Cross Blood Drive has been moved up a week, to Saturday, August 21st. The blood drive is held from 8:30 am – 12:3 pm at the Cedar Mountain Fire-Rescue Department.
Beginning July 19 Mah Jongg will be played at the Cedar Mountain Community Center. Players with some experience are welcome. One dollar per visit will be collected to help support the Community Center. The group will be meeting Monday and Thursday's 2 pm to 5 pm DON'T FORGET YOUR CARD and set if you have one.
AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Young
Wedding plans are coming along. We now have a pianist and soloist ready to perform. It’s less than 2 months away and time seems to be speeding up. We will need someone to make our wedding cake. My BFF Matron of Honor was going to make it as a gift but she decided to fly in from Iowa instead of drive 2 days to get here. She was going to ship her baking supplies but I told her no, because of the expense. Let me know if you can recommend someone preferably in the Cedar Mountain area. Please call me at 828-877-5407 if you know someone. Thanks a bunch.
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