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I wholeheartedly endorse Mia Munn for the Chatham School Board

Chatham County Schools BBS - 15 hours 16 min ago
I wholeheartedly endorse Mia Munn for the Chatham School Board

Mia Munn at the Moncure candidates' forum

Open for business: I'm available to do most any task, just ask!

Free Classifieds - Fri, 10/24/2014 - 23:30
I am as skeptical as you are, but I'm here patiently waiting for someone to ask if I have something reusable to sell or if someone needs a helping hand to repair or assemble a new product at their place. I'm a certified auto restorer and know a lot about handyman work. My rates are very reasonable.  S...

Videos of school board candidates at Moncure candidates' forum

Chatham County Schools BBS - Fri, 10/24/2014 - 22:06
Here's the first two -

Mia Munn - District 3 candidate


Del Turner - District 3 candidate


Re: F/S: Really old computer parts

Free Classifieds - Fri, 10/24/2014 - 10:00
Bumping again.

Re: Looking to adopt a white kitten

Noah's Ark - All Creatures Great & Small - Thu, 10/23/2014 - 12:34
A quick search on petfinder.com, and I found a few.

Looking to adopt a white kitten

Noah's Ark - All Creatures Great & Small - Thu, 10/23/2014 - 10:57
Please let me know if you have one in the Pittsboro area.  Thanks!

Re: KRIS Wine Art of Education Contest

Chatham County Schools BBS - Wed, 10/22/2014 - 12:01
Vote #737 today for North Carolina's only school in the top 20.
Take a second when you're on Facebook and vote for NHS.
Many thanks for all you do to support NorthwoodArts!


Chatham Board of Commissioners meeting agenda - 10/20/14

Chatham Journal Newspaper Headlines - Tue, 10/21/2014 - 11:22
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners will meet on Monday, October 20 at the historic Chatham County courthouse courtroom in Pittsboro, NC.

Official Chatham County, NC

FallFest 2014 at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church on October 25

Chatham Chatlist Highlights - Tue, 10/21/2014 - 10:58

Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2014 10:57:41 -0400
From: B G
Subject: Fall Fest 2014

FallFest 2014
where: Mt Gilead Baptist Church
when: 25th of October
what time: 3-5:30

Events: Train ride, costume contest, chili cook-off contest, Decorated cake contest(cakes will be used in the cake walk).
Trunk or Treat….( decorate your vehicles trunk and treats for the kids), snow cones, painted pumpkin contest, face painting, balloon makers,etc…

Who: Our community, bring your friends and have a good time


Chatham Social Health Council would like to hold a paint-class fundraiser in Chatham County

Chatham Chatlist Highlights - Tue, 10/21/2014 - 08:15

Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2014 23:53:08 -0400
From: Ricky Duck
Subject: Attention Chatham Co. Artists


Chatham Social Health Council would like to hold a paint-class fundraiser in Chatham County. We would also like to do an art auction.

If you are interested in helping our new Development team make this wish a reality, please contact Randy Light @ randy@chathamcouncil.org or Erin Pettibone @ erin@chathamcouncil.org.

Thank you,


NOTICE: Cancellation of right to use my “Egg Puffo” recipe

Chatham Chatlist Highlights - Tue, 10/21/2014 - 07:28

Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2014 16:25:15 -0400
From: “N.A. Booko”
Subject: NOTICE: Cancellation of right to use my “Egg Puffo” recipe

A little over a year ago, I published on the Chatlist, my original recipe for making “Egg Puffo!”- A delightful new way to easily prepare eggs at would give a life to breakfast, brunch, lunch or an evening meal. And it was so simple. So delicious. Several emailed me saying they had tried it and it was sooooo good! I am no longer allowing it to be prepared. Forget you ever enjoyed it.

The sad fact of the matter is- When I released that innovative recipe, I thought it would catapult me into an orbit of some type of fame and maybe a book deal or a regular on air program. I could not have been wronger. Now I find that someone has taken my recipe and simply changed the name to “Egg Puff-a-lo” and gathering all the laurels, the book deals and any other fame and fortune that comes along with it- and to make it worse, they don’t even live in Chatham County-

I guess the laugh and the yoke is on me . . . they can just kiss my grits . . .

N.A. Booko

N.A. Booko lives in Chatham County where one goes right out of the pot into the frying pan . . .


Processing deer in Chatham County

Chatham Chatlist Highlights - Tue, 10/21/2014 - 05:07

Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2014 13:42:49 -0400
From: “John R Dykers”
Subject: processing deer in Chatham County

I know Chaudry Halal Meats next to Carolina Stockyards near Siler City did, and I think they still do.
919-742-9292 is their phone number.
John Dykers


Voting – or Not Voting – Has Consequences

Chatham Chatlist Highlights - Mon, 10/20/2014 - 23:21

Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2014 17:06:36 -0400
From: Bruce Davis
Subject: Voting – or Not Voting – Has Consequences

*Voting or Not Voting Has Consequences.*

Do you like the “consequences” of our past elections?

Bock, Stewart, and Petty run on a platform of â”Common Sense” government. By that they mean abandonment of the responsibilities of good governance for the community of citizens in Chatham County. To hold to their theoretical beliefs they refused to maintain the normal cycle of property evaluation for taxing purposes. They say that they did not raise taxes – knowing full well that they will be required by law to do it after the election. Taxes provide citizen services. Voting – or Not Voting – Has Consequences.

They talk about the rights of private property. But they do not sort out through good governance which person will have these “rights†within our community of citizens. Thus in one example a “private property rights†person bought land for a gun range and put the “private property rights†of a multitude of his neighbors at risk from all the loud noise. The gun range owner will damage by thousands of dollars the property value of other citizens. Is this “Common Sense†government? You might ask, WHOSE common sense?

Voting – or Not Voting – Has Consequences.

Do your homework. Don’t be tricked by slick misdirection.

Each one of us is personally experiencing multiple consequences.

There are many more examples…

Do you like the consequences of our past elections?

Jim Crawford, Diana Hales, and Karen Howard provide a breath of fresh air!

Bruce Davis


My son never heard swearing in classrooms until 9th grade

Chatham Chatlist Highlights - Mon, 10/20/2014 - 22:50

Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2014 10:51:48 -0400
From: TheNC phoenix
Subject: I’m late to the table on this discussion

I’m sorry I’m late to the table on this discussion. I know it’s about Charter Schools. My children moved here June 2001 I heard the school elementary middle sucked. I applied kids got in ASAP.




EXAMPLE: MY SON NEVER HEARD SWEARING IN CLASSROOMS UNTIL 9TH GRADE. HE COME HOME From Northwood. said: “Mom kids use bad language right in class”. He wasn’t isolated.He played sports.4H. He didn’t go to a school were teachers administrators don’t have High Expectations.

My daughter is in DC. GWU.

All on her own first year of college.

She was Math prepared due to wonderful exceptional teachers who had expectations for their students their work place and students. My daughter returned to her own 8Th grade Math teacher for some HS geometry help.

Praise the Lord for Dale Bunch, Eta Foushee, The Principals and the school.

An old fashioned moral driven educational expectations Family of People who care school.

My experience.


Re: F/S: Really old computer parts

Free Classifieds - Mon, 10/20/2014 - 21:36
Bumping this.

Bynum Front Porch Annual Christmas Tree Sale

Free Classifieds - Mon, 10/20/2014 - 11:09
I've posted in years past about the Bynum Front Porch Christmas tree sale, and well, it's that time of year again! 

These trees are cut just a few days prior to pickup at the general store on Saturday Nov 29th.  The trees are available in different sizes and the folks will gladly trim up the lower li...

Cackalacky Where House (Chatham Mill) Event Saturday Oct 25 @ 5:00 pm

Chatham Food & Drink - Mon, 10/20/2014 - 10:45
Discovered this eclectic tasting room tucked away in the northeast corner of the Chatham Mill about a month ago.  The new (old) space is home base for the Cackalacky line of sauces, spices, and peanuts.  The proprietors have also teamed-up with with the folks at Fullsteam Brewery to create a unique gi...

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