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The BBQ was a huge success. We took orders for take-out in front of the center from 5:30 – 6:15p and were mobbed. Take-out boxes were delivered in seconds by “runners” Suzanne, Candy, Ellen, and others. If we had it to do over we’d have kept the outside take-out table open longer. Very few people opted to eat inside the center.

A big thank you goes to everyone who made this BBQ such a success. Kudos go to BBQ Chef, Jeff Caughey who brought his BBQ truck to the center and cooked the tasty BBQ pork. Thanks also to everyone else who helped make this BBQ such a success.


Once again the Cedar Mountain Fire Department Auxiliary is hosting the Red Cross blood drive on Saturday, October 23rd starting at 8:30 am. The blood drive lasts until 12:30 pm. Please contact the Red Cross to make an appointment at 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). You may also register online at If you couldn’t make an appointment please come anyway. You may help save a life.


The Cedar Mountain Community Center is hosting a Handcrafted Arts and Crafts Sale on Saturday, November 6th. The show is being held at the Cedar Mountain Community Center, 10635 Greenville Highway, Cedar Mountain, NC from 9 am to 3 pm. The tables are $10 each. There may still be a few tables available

Please go to and fill in the form. Submit the form and your method of payment; PayPal on the form, by check and send to Cedar Mountain Community Center, P.O. Box 152, Cedar Mountain, NC 28718. Table(s) will be considered reserved when funds are received. Please note: This show is for handcrafters only, no resale vendors, please. Thank you.


The Community Center is for rent! The center has a capacity of 150 standing and seating for 100. There is a commercial-style kitchen too. Our center is the perfect place for your reception, party, family reunion, business meeting, or other activity. Get married outside and have your reception at the Center or use it as a dressing room for outdoor weddings. Make food in the commercial kitchen or have it catered by local professionals. To rent, email Caroline Chambers at or call her at 828-290-9662.


Sherwood Forest Ladies Golf League results for Oct. 11: Carol Mitchell, Georgia Osterc, and Nancy Waclawek played the back nine in the club championship round. Winner: Nancy Waclawek with a score of 34. The other women played the front nine in a three-clubs-only game. Winner: Karen Gleasman with 33 in a scorecard playoff with Marcia Bryant and Diane Garvey. Karen had a birdie on #3.

After golf, the women gathered outside at the Cedar Mountain Outpost (official opening date a few weeks away) when awards were announced. League golf is over for this season, but informal golf will continue at 10 am through the end of October, then moving to an 11 a.m. start November through March. League play resumes next April. Look for more details in March 2022.

Hello all!! It was a great day today! Meet the 2021 Sherwood Forest Ladies League Champion, Nancy Waclawek! Good work Nancy! The three players vying for the championship were Nancy, Carol Mitchell, and Georgia Osterc. Congrats ladies! Meanwhile, the rest of us played a three-club game on the front 9. Three people had a score of 33; Marcia Bryant, Diane Garvey, and Karen Gleasman. Karen won the scorecard playoff with a birdie on #3. Congrats again!

After golf, we all gathered at the Outpost for lunch. It was terrific. It will be a great place to catch lunch during our golf season (or anytime)! Handy and terrific. Hard to beat that combo. The awards were handed out and everyone received a $10.00 gift certificate for the Outpost.

All in all, it was a terrific day and the perfect ending for our season.

Even though the League season has ended, the golf course is still there, so, go golf! Those who would like to play can show up at 10:00 through October and 11:00 starting in November. Simply show up at the appointed time and informally decide foursomes. No organized games.

AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Packer Young

We were thrilled to finally find another storage unit for Richard’s shop equipment in Brevard, but through a computer glitch they accidentally rented the same unit twice and our reservation was deleted. We were devastated at first because everything is being moved here from Franklin on Saturday. Most of it was going to be stored in this new unit. After much adieu, we secured a larger unit at the same place. Whew. We can’t wait until the dust settles. It won’t be settled for long though.

We will need a place to stay some time in the coming months that allows 2 cats. We are planning a remodel and do an addition to the house. Cramming 3400 sq feet of stuff into 2000 sq feet is not working. No start date has been determined but we wanted to get the word out.

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