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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...
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A friend came home from work today to find a mixed breed reddish/brown short haired male dog in their screened porch room. Seems he just let himself in! He is friendly, a bit scared about 50lbs a bit on the skinny side. Providence Church Road ar...
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2014 10:40:17 -0400
From: Joan Cunningham
Subject: Last Yappy Hour of the Year — Monday, October 20!
Mark your calendars now for the last Yappy Hour of 2014 on October 20 from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Carolina Brewery and Grill in Pittsboro and be sure to dress for the occasion.
Join CARE for this annual Halloween event where dog lovers and their canine companions vie for prizes for best Halloween costume. Be sure to arrive by 6:30 to compete in the contest.
Hosted by the Carolina Brewery and Grill, Yappy Hour is a great time to meet and mingle with like-minded dog owners and their dogs. A $10 donation gets you a beverage ticket and snacks. You can also order off the Brewery menu. Kids eat free with a paying adult.
CARE will have Peace Love Woof and Peace Love Purr t-shirts and CARE sweatshirts for sale and a variety of animal-themed and other stepping stones for purchase at Yappy or by special order.
Your donation supports Chatham Animal Rescue & Education’s mission to promote the health and safety of all dogs and cats in Chatham County.
See our website at chathamanimalrescue.org or chathamrescate.org for more information and Yappy Hour Etiquette.
CARE is a nonprofit animal welfare organization that promotes responsible pet ownership by educating the community and offering targeted spay/neuter programs. CARE foster caregivers provide loving, stable homes for homeless cats and dogs, helping them become the best possible pets for their future forever families. We rely on individual and corporate donors to support our mission.document.getElementById("post-17774-blankimage").onload();
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in downtown Pittsboro will host a Potluck Prayer Service on Sunday October 19
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2014 10:10:11 -0400
From: Karen Ladd
Subject: Evening Worship at St. Bartholomew’s Church
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in downtown Pittsboro, 204 W. Salisbury Street will host its second Potluck Prayer Service on Sunday October 19 at 5 PM in the church sanctuary followed by pizza in the parish hall. The service will focus on the topic of “Justice”. Bring a prayer or a reading (this is the potluck part!) to share that talks about justice and/or the heroes and saints, past and present, who worked for fairness, truth and integrity in the world.St. Bartholomew’s is especially happy to be sharing this service with Pittsboro Presbyterian Church Youth Group. Middle School kids from any school of church are especially welcome to participate, but the service is open to all.
For more information, please call Karen Ladd at 919/542-5679
St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2014 09:41:13 -0400 (GMT-04:00)
From: Margaret Tiano
Subject: Big Tree Ambassadors Tree Walk: Friday, 10/17, 4:00 PM
Join Big Tree Ambassadors for a Tree Walk at Chatham Community Library
Friday, October 17th, at 4:00 PM, Grand Trees of Chatham will inaugurate its first flight of Big Tree Ambassadors at Chatham Community Library. Meet in the story time room for the inauguration, then we will head out on the trail. This after-school program is for anyone who would like to learn more about trees:
1)Selecting, planting, and caring for trees
2)The role trees play in our food supply
3)The many uses of tree products (Bet you can’t guess them all!)
4)What it takes for a special tree to receive a Grand Trees of Chatham award
5)Using guide books or devices to identify trees on the CCCC Campus trail
The material will be geared to students ages 8-13, but children and adults of all ages are welcome.
Bring your questions!
Grand Trees of Chatham – Tell us about your favorite tree!