THE CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY 9-16-21

THE VILLAGE AND THE TURNPIKE

On Sunday, September 26 Charley Burden, Doug Pace and Patty Stahl, authors of the book THE VILLAGE AND THE TURNPIKE, will hold an autograph and Q & A session at the Cedar Mountain Community Center at 3 pm. Please bring your book if you would like to have it signed by the authors. The book is available for purchase at the Cedar Mountain Café, Creekside Market and Grill, Whistlestop Market, Mud Dabbers Pottery and Highland Books.


CRAFT SHOW AND SALE

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.


COMING UP

BBQ

The Cedar Mountain Community center is having a BBQ fundraiser on Monday night October 11th starting at 6 p.m. Details to follow.


ARTS & CRAFT FAIR REGISTRATION

Interested in being a vendor at our Cedar Mountain Community Arts & Craft Fair and Sale on Saturday November 6? It is being held from 9am to 3pm. Tables rent for $10 each. Please go to https://www.cedarmountaincommunitycenter.com/blank and fill in the form. Submit the form and send your $10 for each table by PayPal or check.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY, NANCY CADORA

She says she will be a whopping 80 years old on September 23rd and proud of it!


MUSIC AND MOON SHINE

Music and Moonshine nights at Studio276 are back every Friday through October - 6-8pm. Please bring a chair. Outside alcohol is not permitted.


Thank for bearing with us during our demo week. We are in the process of creating a new inside space to enjoy! Follow Studio276 and Cedar Mountain Moonshine on Facebook and Instagram for sneak peeks! See ya'll Friday!


SHERWOOD FOREST LADIES LEAGUE

Results for Sept. 13: The game was Team Low Net played on the front nine. The winning team, with a score of 106: Peggy Baldwin, Ida Smith, Louise Stroup and Elaine Gerwe.


AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Young

Mercy me, how the time has flown since my fiancé Richard Packer and I became engaged in January. We picked September 18th for our wedding date. It seemed like a long time but now we are rushing to complete tasks and arrangements. My matron of honor and BFF

Dnita, flew in on Tuesday from Iowa. We will be busy with cake decoration etc. She’s been decorating cakes for over 40 years so the cake should be spectacular.


Thanks in advance to friends and neighbors who pitched in to help with preparations to make the day special.


MANICURE

I have never had gel nails done before so I wasn’t prepared for the time it took to do them. Fashion Nails did a terrific job though and I won’t have to worry about chipped nails Saturday. Thanks, Ahn.


Next week I will be signing on as Linda Packer Young just so ya’ know.


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