CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY 10-8-20
Hungry? Don’t want to cook? Be sure to come to the Cedar Mountain Fire Rescue Auxiliary drive-through fundraiser at the Cedar Mountain Community Center Saturday, October 10th from 5 pm to 7 pm. The menu will be home baked spaghetti, salad, bread, and a cookie. The suggested donation is $10.
It was necessary to do the drive-through at the community center so bay doors at the fire station would not be blocked.
LUCAS CHEST COMPRESSION SYSTEM
The proceeds of the Spaghetti drive-through will go toward the purchase of a LUCAS Chest Compression System for the Cedar Mountain Fire-Rescue Dept. This device delivers high-quality chest compressions for extended periods of time. The device will be used to help save those who suffer a heart attack known as a Code Blue. When a heart attack occurs in a remote location it is nearly impossible to perform adequate CPR while a person is being carried over a trail. This device will give consistent compressions under any conditions and increase the chance of survival.
We will have one of these devices available for viewing at the drive-through. The Lucas device costs about $15,000 so any donation you would like to make toward its purchase would be welcomed.
There should be some photos next week.
CEDAR MOUNTAIN HISTORICAL CALENDARS
The 2021 calendars are for sale at Whistlestop, Creekside, the Cedar Mountain Cafe, and the Hiker and the Hound for a donation of $15. Stop in and get yours now before they run out.
The Cedar Mountain History 2021 calendars will also be available for purchase at the Spaghetti Supper drive-through on October 10th. The calendars benefit the Cedar Mountain Community Center.
The next blood drive will be on October 17th. There will also be a blood drive on December 19th. Blood drives are held between 8:30a and 12:30p at the Cedar Mountains Fire Dept. Those whose lives have been saved by your donations thank you.
KIDS OF CEDAR MOUNTAIN!
PAINT A PUMPKIN FREE
Sherwood Forest Friends and the Sherwood Forest HOA Volunteers Committee invite you to Paint a Pumpkin on Saturday, October 24 from 9:30 – 11:00 AM at the Robin Hood Barn in Sherwood Forest.
We’ll supply paint, pumpkins, and socially-distanced work stations. You will need to supply your own masks.
Reserve your space today by emailing name, number of painters, and phone number to email@example.com
CEDAR MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY CENTER
If you have an event or meeting scheduled or need to schedule one, please check with Caroline Chambers regarding reservations. Her number is 828-290-9662 or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our beautiful new pavilion ha picnic tables for your enjoyment. It’s a great spot to sit and watch Tennis, basketball or Pickleball players on the sports court as well.
SHERWOOD LADIES GOLF LEAGUE
Results for Oct. 5: Best-ball scramble with 24 players on the front nine. Winning team: Nancy Waclawek, Patty Pike, Diane Hodson and Ginny Boettcher with 26.
AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Young
I’ve been transitioning my closet from summer clothing to my winter things. Even though we are still having some “shorts” days, colder weather has its eye on us. Now is a good time to weed out items that you didn’t wear last year and donate them to charity. There are others out there who could really use that warm sweater that no longer interests you.
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