The Moore County 4-H Program held its annual Achievement Night Banquet on Friday, Feb. 22. >
Think not I love him, though I ask for him;
BY KATHERINE SMITH
Michael A. Gualteros was presented with his Eagle Scout award at a ceremony at Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church in Southern Pines, on Sunday, Feb. 10. Gualteros received this award from Troop 223, sponsored by Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church, along with Robert Bahner.
The Penick Village art show is one of my favorite events. Lovely art, de-lish food and good mingling — the show has it all.
Historically, women have been classified as homemakers — meaning they maintained a house provided by a man.
Five hundred people attended the show launch, where Harry Russell, a resident of Pinehurst, was one of eight artists whose work was on display. At the conclusion of the month-long exhibition, Russell came home with very few unsold pieces.
I got about the best news ever last week. I mean, it rates up there with finding out that black and white are this spring's essential colors.
Spend Tuesday, April 9, in Durham and visit the 55-acre Sarah P. Duke Gardens.
Does aquaponics, sustainable growing, vermicomposting, or marketing strategies for agriculture interest you?
How do you keep track of 500 runners, traversing 40 miles of Uwharrie National Forest trails on a cold, cloudy Saturday and keep them from getting lost?
The Pinecrest High School Concert Band will present n evening of music on Wednesday, March 13, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Robert E. Lee Auditorium on the school campus.
Sandhills Classical Christian School's students drew a crowd of almost 200 people for the annual Night of the Arts event held this year on Feb. 22.
Our mothers would get frustrated when cinders and soot, flying in the air, settled on newly washed clothes pinned to backyard clotheslines, but for the kids in our neighborhood, the trains could not get too loud, too dirty or too smoky.
By Lois Holt