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The “Hippy Hop & Egg Hunt” at Studio276 will be held at the studio on Sunday, April 2nd, from 3-4 pm. Cedar Mountain kids are welcome to bring a basket, hunt hidden candy-filled eggs and take a picture with The Easter Bunny! Candy/plastic egg donations are GREATLY appreciated and can be dropped off at any time in the back of the ole’ truck under the carport at (Studio 276), 10754 Greenville Highway.


The Sherwood Forest Ladies Golf League will start on Monday, April 3. We're excited to see everyone again and look forward to another fun-filled year of golf. Monday's game is a scramble starting at 10 a.m. Please be at the clubhouse at least 20 minutes before the shotgun start so the starters can organize teams and get everyone out on time. Bring $1 Each week for the game fee, which is collected for the end-of-year awards. League dues remain $20, payable to Treasurer Nancy Waclawek (cash preferred). Greens fees are $14 for the nine holes, including the use of a pull cart. Please pay each week at the clubhouse if you do not have a club membership. After Monday's round, join us for our kick-off luncheon at noon at the Cedar Mountain Outpost. We welcome new members, wherever you live in the county and whatever your skill level. Join us for golf and the chance to make new friends. Our season runs from April through early October. You can play every Monday or when your schedule allows - no pressure. Questions? Contact Sue Wojcik, president of the league, at

Nancy Waclawek 828-884-6010 (landline), 813-340-4125 (mobile),


Men’s Golf League - The Sherwood Forest Men’s Golf League will begin play on April 5.

The league is made up of a diverse group of men of all capabilities who enjoy golf and like to have fun. We welcome new members and offer spring, summer, and fall sessions. If you are looking for a fun way to meet friends, get outdoors, and stay fit, please come join us this year. Sherwood Forest Golf Club is a par 3, 18-hole golf course located off Hwy 276 (Greenville Hwy) across from the Cedar Mountain Outpost. Please come join us for a round at 11 am during the month of March and meet some of the guys you’d be playing with when the league begins on April 5th. If you think you might have any interest, please contact Tim Johnston at or call/text 828 FIT.778.7061. We play Wednesdays. So if anyone would like to join us before league play begins, some of us will be playing at 11 am on Wednesdays in March.


Drop in for monthly fun at the Community Games & Dance get-together called ‘Dance Leela’ at the Light House Chapel in Cedar Mountain. : 3475 Reasonover Rd, Cedar Mountain, NC. There is no smoking or drinking but lots of love, light, and laughter, that echoes throughout the chapel.

April 15 and May 20

6:30-7:15 pm: Games

7:30-9:30 pm: Dance

Fee: Contribute as you like towards the chapel utilities. Suggested: $8/person above ages 10. Children ages 10 & below are simply welcome.”


The next Cedar Mountain Fire Rescue Blood Drive is Saturday, April 15, 2023, 08:30 AM - 12:30 PM. Sign up site is


Looking for a place to hold a community event? Contact us to schedule your event or meeting.

Call Caroline Chambers today at 828-290-9662. The Cedar Mountain Community Center hosts a variety of events for residents and visitors throughout the year. From monthly summer potluck dinners to cooking classes and special events, The Center is a great place to get to know and be a part of, the Cedar Mountain Community. Feel free to stop by and join the community for food, fun, and various events.


Our next event of the season will be our potluck Mon, April 10, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Bring a dish to share if you can. Dishes need to be on the tables ready to serve by 6:15 pm.


The Cedar Mountain Music Project was created by Sarah Yarborough Dearbaugh to help support live music series on the mountain, preserve Old Time square dances, and promote junior musician performance opportunities. Sarah’s personal mission is to keep kids active in musical opportunities and to teach the younger generation about the importance of continuing tradition in the embrace of change. To learn more follow CMMP on Facebook at Cedar Mountain Music Project, or email

CHRISTINE’S CORNER by Christine Pace

Last week I had my first cold in over 3 years! It lasted about 3 long days. Except for 3 quick phone calls, I didn’t “talk” to anyone. That helped keep me from coughing. In the past, if I allowed myself to cough, my cold would usually turn into bronchitis, and would keep me coughing for up to 3 months! As normal, I felt worse in the early morning. I started each day by drinking a hot cough & cold-relief drink; another at noon and a 3rd right before bed. Yuck! It was listed as “berry flavored” but tasted (ahem) berry bad.

All this leads to a quick study of my 3 dogs. (It seems I have a story-in-3 today). I’m sure this anomaly has been going on for quite a while, but until I spent 3 whole days, in a row, at home with my pups I hadn’t put it all together. Here’s the story:

I stayed for the duration, of my cold, on my couch, in my den or TV room. Except at night, when my 3 pups and I each have our own beds, or in their case, crates. On my couch, there are 3 throw pillow’s one for me, one for Jack (Corgi mix), and one for BoBo (Chihuahua mix). Pomeranian Rockefeller, the baby at age 15 months, still uses my lap as his pillow. For 3 days we sat on the couch. Chewing bones or toys kept the pups out of my Kleenex box. They are great company.

When one sits for long periods of time, especially on a comfortable couch with the TV on, one often gets droopy or even falls asleep. At least I did. Then, all of a sudden I was jarred awake by loud yipping while all 3 pups scrambled off the couch and my lap. Alas, there was a dog on the TV screen! And Jack, BoBo & Rockefeller had to keep this stranger from entering any further into “our space”. Even the cartoon pups such as those on “Paw Patrol” would elicit this behavior. I noticed my pups scrambling into position even before the visiting dog showed up on the TV screen! Suddenly it clicked; the reason why: Every commercial has its own theme song or tune, and my pups had learned the opening notes to every commercial that would showcase a pooch of some kind. How smart are they?

It took me having to spend several hours, or days, in front of the TV to realize how it affected my pups. I can’t tell you what product the commercials were promoting, but within 3 notes my pups knew if a dog would soon be on the TV screen.


Easter is on April 9th this year. For at least one more year the choir of Rocky Hill Baptist Church will not be singing at Pretty Place for an Easter Sunrise Service; maybe next year? The choir will perform a beautiful cantata on Easter Sunday though, inside Rocky Hill church at 11:00 AM. Everyone is invited. Following the Easter cantata, led by Lenoir Bishop, the pastor of Rocky Hill, Dr. Leland Holland, will bring the Easter message. We hope to see you there!


Saturday is April 1st; no fooling! I have a granddaughter turning 22 on April 2nd, and a grandson turning 9 on April 10th. Easter is April 9th which would have been my Joe’s birthday. If you’re celebrating a milestone (birthday, anniversary, etc.) in April please let me know by email: Thank you!

AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Packer Young

Florida vacation 3-1-23 cont.


Our Tuxedo cat, Nozee, pulled a disappearing act again and was eventually found behind the sofa bed. At least he only weighs 9 lbs. and got himself out. We thought we had fixed it so neither cat could get in there but Nozee found a way.

3-2-23 Thursday

Nozee somehow cut his foot fooling around and squeezing into places he shouldn’t be. This time he had managed to squeeze himself in under the dash. I first noticed blood on the passenger side seat and then there were bloody tracks everywhere even on the bed. We tried to bandage it twice and he would immediately get the bandage off and start tracking blood everywhere. An emergency trip was made to Foreverfriends veterinary clinic near the campground. They tried to rip us off big time. The vet said he would need to sedate Nozee and put 2 stitches in his tiny cut. Estimated cost $600!!! Alternatively, he could use skin glue to fix it for about $200. Since when would it require sedation for 2 stitches? The glue worked fine - no stitches. The clinic required he get a rabies shot because we didn’t have proof of rabies vaccination. When his foot was “glued” they put one of those plastic collars on him (cone of shame) that he got off before we even got back to the RV. He got out of his carrier and took off without a limp.

3-3-23 Friday

You would never know Nozee even got hurt. I cleaned up all the blood but found some additional spots this morning. He is back to his busy self.

To be continued.


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