CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY 9-30-21
Charles Burden, Patty Stahl and Doug Pace, authors of the whimsical history of Cedar Mountain book called The Village and the Turn Pike, had two book signings this weekend. My husband and I had purchased the book at the Cedar Mountain Café and went to the signing at the Family Life Cen
ter at Rocky Hill Baptist to have our book signed. There was a great turnout and the authors answered many additional questions about the history of Cedar
Mountain. Several anecdotes were shared about Cedar Mountain that weren’t in the book. Some very funny ones. They said that there probably wasn’t a single creek in the area whose headwaters didn’t at one time have a Moonshine Still on it. Remnants can still be found.
The books were sold out the first week but Patty said more will be available soon.
Photo shows Charles Burden, Patty Stahl, Sarah Dearbaugh holding book, and Doug Pace.
HANDCRAFTED ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW REGISTRATION
Interested in having a table at our Cedar Mountain Community Handcrafted Arts and Crafts Show on Saturday, November 6th? It is being held at the Cedar Mountain Community Center, 10635 Greenville Highway, Cedar Mountain, NC from 9am to 3pm. Tables are $10 each. Please go to https://www.cedarmountaincommunitycenter.com and fill in the form. Submit the form and your method of payment. PayPal is firstname.lastname@example.org . If mailing a check, please 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.
COMMUNITY CENTER BBQ
On Monday, October 11th the Cedar Mountain Community Center will have a BBQ fundraiser in lieu of our usual potluck. Drive by pickup will be available but you may eat inside if you wish. Serving starts at 5:30pm. The recommended donation is $10 per person. Come on down for some delicious BBQ and all the trimmings
There will be a report on the Scholarship Fund at the meeting. Candidates for election to the board for 2022 will be announced. 4 board positions are open. Nominations will be open at that time and voted on at the Monday, November 15th potluck. The November potluck is our annual community Thanksgiving dinner. The turkey and trimmings will be furnished. Please have any covered dishes ready to serve by 6:15pm. All are welcome.
SHERWOOD FOREST LADIES GOLF LEAGUE
Sept. 27 results: Twenty women played the front nine in a game called Stableford. Each player played an individual game with points assigned to scores: 1 for bogey, two for par, three for birdie, and four for eagle. Winner: Georgia Osterc. Low net: Amanda Sloop. There are only two more weeks in this year's golf season, which concludes on Oct. 11 with the club championship, a three-club tourney on the front nine and a luncheon with the distribution of prizes and awards.
COMMUNITY CENTER RENTAL
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 email@example.com or call her at 828-290-9662.
AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Packer Young
Most of you know what I’ve been up to recently. If not, I want you to know that Richard Packer Jr. of Franklin, NC and I were married 9-18-21. We met through online dating so if you are alone and would rather not be, give it a try. I have included a photo for you. My lovely granddaughter, Alayna Youngwolf, accompanied us down the aisle.
CAKE DECORATING AND MORE
My BFF, Dnita Russell, flew in from Iowa to be my Matron of Honor and being an “old” hand at decorating cakes she finished decorating our wedding cake. While at the community center a couple of people from a movie crew came in and offered the center $20 to use the “facilities” for the next two hours. At first we refused saying we wouldn’t be there that long. They left and soon came back offering $100, but we still wouldn’t be there long enough to help them. They came back one more time and handed me a $50 bill and their calling card if we would just stay there a little longer. We accepted the money for the center and hung around longer than intended. They said they were scouting sites over on Reasonover Road for a scene in a movie. They wouldn’t say more. A couple of them did come in to use the center during that time.
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