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CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY MAY 6, 2023

CMCC POT LUCK

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.


TERRA NOVA CENTER OF THE BRIGADE OF LIGHT

Private Indian Dinner & Free Dance Concert Fundraiser

(Terra Nova is a 501-C3 center)

Terra Nova is offering a lovely possibility to provide monthly Indian dinners from April onwards at the LightHouse Chapel on Reasonover Road in Cedar Mountain.


APRIL 16TH

Dinner will be held from 5:30-6:30pm. A 4-course Vegetarian Meal with Gluten-free/Vegan options will be served. A donation of $25 per person is requested. Reservations can be made at www.OriginAW.com

Menu: Butter Naan, Paneer Butter Masala, Rice_Curry Appalam (crispy),| Rasam (digestion), and| Mango Lassi (dessert)

A free Indian Dance Concert will be held 6:30-7:00pm:

Dance Leela will be held from 7:00-8:30pm and is also free.

Venue: Lighthouse Chapel

Address: Terra Nova Lane, Cedar Mountain, NC - 28718

Parking: Please park your car at the Chapel parking lot.

NO SMOKING OR DRINKING IN THE PREMISES PLEASE.


Terra NovaCenter is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization which has undergone severe impact during covid-19, followed by the loss of one of the main founders. At Origin Arts & Wellness, we do our best to support them in the ways they need us to revitalize this beautiful space, offer community wellbeing activities, and serve nutritious delicious food to the patrons.

The Indian Dance concert is a presentation of various dance forms from different parts of India including Bollywood, Folk, Semi-Classical and Classical. This is an offering just A glimpse to appreciate Indian culture where these dinner recipes originated. We hope one day this would become a platform to share cuisines and art forms from different cultures of the world.


STUDIO 276

The Cedar Mountain Easter Egg Hunt had an egg-cellent turnout from kids ages 13 to just 6 weeks old on Sunday, April 2nd. Over 1,000 treat-filled eggs were hidden at Studio276/Cedar Mountain Moonshine and kids lined up to fill their baskets! It was a beautiful afternoon to gather for a mountain tradition, take pictures with the Easter Bunny and hop around the yard games! Thank you to all of the volunteers and donations that make this event possible every year.


Do you have a picture to share? Send it to kids@cedarmountainnews.com so we can post it on the Cedar Mountain Community Center Facebook page! Join the mailing list at cedarmountaincommunitycenter.com/cmkids for upcoming youth/teen events!


SHERWOOD FOREST LADIES GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS FOR APRIL 3


It was a little cool, but the rain held off until we had all finished our round. Even then it was just a little sprinkle. We had a great turnout: 20 women showed up for the opening day and we welcomed several new players. The game was a best-ball scramble on the front nine. The winning team was Mel Kassab, Sue Wojcik, Elaine Omann and Georgia Osterc. Join us for golf next Monday when we will play the back nine. Check in at 9:30. Shotgun start at 10.


BLOOD DRIVE

The next Cedar Mountain Fire Rescue Blood Drive is Saturday, April 15, 2023, 08:30 AM - 12:30 PM. Sign up site is https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/donation-time.


RENT THE CENTER

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.


CEDAR MOUNTAIN MUSIC PROJECT

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 cmmpnc@gmail.com.


CHRISTINE’S CORNER by Christine Pace

EASTER AT ROCKY HILL BAPTIST CHURCH

This Sunday, April 9th at the 11:00 AM service the choir will perform a beautiful Easter cantata inside the main church sanctuary. Lenoir Bishop will lead the choir, and congregation, in song. The pastor of Rocky Hill, Dr. Leland Holland, will then bring a message. Hopefully next year we’ll perform a Sunrise Service at Pretty Place once again? For more information the church phone number is (828)862-5611,


APRIL BIRTHDAYS: Christine’s granddaughter Cassi Harris is graduating college! But before that she gained a year, with a birthday celebration on April 2nd. Pam Crosby gained a year the next day: April 3rd. Handsome Vaiden Girolamo, still in his teens, has a birthday April 6th. Jean Dunlap’s birthday is on Easter this year: April 9th; followed closely by Christine’s grandson Cooper who will be 9 on April 10th. Talented Angie Skerrett Beeker grows a year older on April 11th. Charleen Smith Galloway will celebrate her birthday on April 18th, unless she shares her celebration with her mother Gail Smith whose birthday is April 19th! Patty Lee Stahl gains a year on April 21st, and Clare Skerrett does on the 27th. Odell Owen rounds out this month’s birthdays with his on April 29th. Happy Birthday everyone! APRIL ANNIVERSARIES: Richard & Tammy Ledford celebrated another year of wedded bliss on April 1st; no fooling! Shawn & Megan Raines will celebrate their anniversary on April 14th. Congratulations & Best Wishes! YOUR CELEBRATION: Do you have a birthday or anniversary or other “celebration” you want posted in the Cedar Mountain News? Please let Christine Pace know at: chris_p_artist@yahoo.com


AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Packer Young

Florida Vacation conclusion

3-4-23 Saturday

My honey tried to hook the Jeep to the motor home without my help and wound up making a dent in the chrome and bumper on the front when the “Jeep wouldn’t stop”. I was cleaning up the kitchen when I heard a bang and the motor home shook. This is not a do it yourself thing.


Highlight of the day was losing and finding our tricky kitties.

Both were accounted for when we went for a walk around a small lake. On our return they were missing. Neither would come when called either. I opened the drawer that comes open (when the Infirmary is in motion) and they weren’t in there. So I opened the second drawer, Nozee popped out but no Buddy. I then opened the 3rd drawer and Buddy was “nesting” on top of my clothes. There is just room enough behind those drawers for the cats to go from one end to the other behind the drawers. We gotta get that latch fixed.


VEHICLE ACCIDENT FOLLOWUP

We received notice from the insurance company for the guy who hit our Infirmary (motor home) in Georgia. They decided he was not at fault since we happened to be next to him in his way when he tried to turn in front of us. I.e. our mere presence caused the accident. They denied our claim which is funny because we never filed one for the minimal damage the Infirmary sustained. I guess in Georgia if you hit a car, the driver of the other car is partially responsible simply for being there?


POST NOTE:

The Cedar Mountain News is here to ensure you know what is happening in the neighborhood and elsewhere in the area. Thank you for reading it. Your input is welcomed and encouraged.


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