From: Betty Phillips
Subject: Dental Care
Is there a dentist who can help out a poverty-stricken disabled man needing dental care? He lives just outside Chatham County. His dental needs are considered too serious for the low cost Carrboro clinic. It is hard to ...
“It’s baffling that anybody can vote with a false registration address,” said Jay DeLancy, “but that looks like the policy of the Buncombe County Board of Elections. We found 342 voters registered to false address, 77 of them to the fictional address called Zero Tunnel Road.”
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 12:35:07 -0400
From: Karen Ladd
Subject: Easter Services and Egg Hunt
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in historic downtown Pittsboro invites you and your family to our Good Friday and Easter Services. We gather on Good Friday for the reading of the Passion at 12 Noon, followed by the stations of the cross. Easter Day Holy Communion services are (quiet service) 8 AM and (choir) 10:30 AM. Following the 10:30 service, children of all ages are invited to our Easter Egg Hunt on our grounds.
St. Bartholomew’s welcomes people regardless of race, orientation or background. Founded in 1832, we are the only Episcopal Church in Chatham County. Come see what we are all about!
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church\ 204 W. Salisbury St. Pittsboro, NC 919/542-5679
“It’s a magical world, Hobbes, ol’ buddy…let’s go exploring!”
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 08:37:08 -0400
From: Dedrah Earles
Subject: Elevate Your Steps Women’s Conference Sat. April 26th 11:00am
Siler City PHC ( The Journey Church ) would like to invite all ladies to our Annual Women’s Conference. Sat. April 26th 11am.
Our guest speaker is the highly sought after Praise and Worship Leader and Powerful Speaker, Jimille Mills. She has a voice and delivery that will amaze and bless you. You can check our her website at www.millsfamilyministries.com Light Lunch will be served at 1pm.
RSVP to Dedrah Earles 919-369-4735 See you there!document.getElementById("post-15876-blankimage").onload();
Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 08:11:43 -0400
From: Jeffrey Towson
Subject: This Week @ The City Tap
Good morning Chatlisters. Yeah we hear ya knockin’ old man winter, but you can’t come in, now go on back where ya been. We’re gonna do our part this weekend with some music that can’t help but warm things up. Andy Coats on Friday and we got Rhonda Robichaux on Saturday! You just know Rhonda’s gonna turn up the heat and bring the house down!
Wednesday @ 8:00 -* Open Mic*
Come check out some of Pittsboro’s talent at Open Mic! As always on Wednesdays it’s $1 off draft beer as well
Friday @ 8:30 PM – *Andy Coats and the Bankwalkers*
Andy Coats & the Bank Walkers was formed in mid-2007, starting off as a trio, and then developing into a 4 piece powerhouse. They have an extremely broad range of influences, all of which meld together into a genre that Andy calls â€œR, R, and Bâ€ â€“ Roots, Rock, and Blues. This includes everything from gut-bucket blues songs a la Charley Patton to Beatles-tinged originals like â€œHo Humâ€ . Though not easy to categorize, the Bank Walkers pride themselves on the versatility and energy they bring to their songs and their performances. Youâ€™ll be surprised at the ease with which they go from Piedmont Blues to Gypsy Jazz, and then start all over again….
Andy Coats and the
Saturday @ 8:30 PM – *Rhonda Robichaux*
Rhonda Robichaux taps into her SwampySultrySpicy New Orleans roots with a mix of blues, swing, samba, jazz, funk/rock/soul classics and originals. Rhonda’s distinct vocals and innovative guitar, intriguing vamp on classics/standards, and soul-baring originals conjure up an atmosphere of smoky cool…. funkified jazz/blues/rock stylings enhance and drive the music experience ~ from slow and gritty to uptempo dance grooves.
Rhonda Robichaux <http://www.reverbnation.com/rhondarobichaux>
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Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 04:15:41 -0400
From: Phyllis Thomas
Subject: recommend mowing service
I have accidentally deleted yesterday’s Chatlist, but someone was asking for a good lawn mowing service. I would recommend Joe Mows, out of Pittsboro.
Joe Hutto does an excellent job on the lawn, and he is very reasonable with his prices. Joe’s phone number is 919-321-7111.
The situation here - a parent questioned an AP's notice "A reminder that outside food and drink i...
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 22:20:29 -0400
From: Susan Jones
Subject: Easter at Mount Pleasant UMC
Everyone is invited to participate in the Holy Week celebrations at Mount Pleasant UMC:
- Maundy Thursday Service, April 17th at 7 PM
And Easter Sunday April 20th
- Sunrise Service at 6:30 PM
- Easter Breakfast at 7 AM
- Flowering of the Cross at 11 AM
- Easter Egg Hunt at Noon
Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church is located at 269 Mannâ€™s Chapel Road, Pittsboro.
Good morning Ms. Munn!
Chatham County Schools does not currently have a policy against students bring...
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 21:55:01 -0400 (EDT)
From: Bea O’Quinn
Subject: Maundy Thursday at Hanks Chapel Church
Maundy Thursday Communion Service at Hanks Chapel Church — this Thursday evening at 7:30pm. Please consider joining us as we gather to sing a hymn, break bread together, and hear a short meditation by Pastor Bob Wachs.
Hanks Chapel is located approximately 4 miles east of Pittsboro off Hanks Chapel Road at 190 Hanks Loop Road.document.getElementById("post-15868-blankimage").onload();
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2014 08:25:34 -0400
From: Taylor Kish
Subject: I feel a little guilty AND still a little raw
I jumped too quickly into the discussion about Norman Clark’s retirement from Orange County. I apologize to Mr. Clark. I was wrong.
I am still a little raw about Mr. Clark’s treatment of the Chatham Board Of Commissioners when he publicly called the Republicans racist because the BOC was not going to pay $100,000 to push diversity as opposed to color blindness.
It seems I am guilty of the same kind of unfair behavior as Mr. Clark.
I also apologize to the Chatlist and Gene Galin.document.getElementById("post-15890-blankimage").onload();
Nowhere even near the same thing.
Do I see some raised eyebrows out there?