A Master Plan for Weymouth Center Grounds – Take the Survey

A Master Plan for Weymouth Center Grounds – Take the Survey

The Friends of Weymouth, Inc. has launched a public survey to assess public use of the Weymouth grounds and its adjacent Longleaf Pine forest. The survey supports outreach initiatives to inform the early planning stages of the Part II Weymouth Cultural Landscape Report (CLR). The CLR will serve as a master plan for the Weymouth … [Read the full article]

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All day Canning Jubilee at Whisk, May 17

All day Canning Jubilee at Whisk, May 17

APRIL 14, 2014 (Cary, NC) — Whisk will be hosting a day-long canning jubilee on Saturday, May 17th in the Cary kitchen store. The event, “Yes, We Can!” is a celebration of how and why we continue to can our food in the 21st century. Interest in home canning is resurging and Whisk is dedicating … [Read the full article]

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8 tech tools every nonprofit should use

8 tech tools every nonprofit should use

With an estimated 1.5 million nonprofits in the United States alone, nonprofits help with everything from ending local hunger, advocating literacy, and even saving dogs from inhumane conditions in dog mills. Yet for all their diversity, nonprofits share many of the same needs. Here are eight useful tech tools that nonprofits can use to stay … [Read the full article]

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Duke Medicine’s Dr. Mitchell Heflin presents “Alzheimer’s: Is it or isn’t it?” May 6 in Seven Lakes

Duke Medicine’s Dr. Mitchell Heflin presents “Alzheimer’s: Is it or isn’t it?” May 6 in Seven Lakes

With a growing older population, there is a growing need for education on important aging issues like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Fox Hollow Senior Living, Seven Lakes Chapel in the Pines and Aging Outreach Services have joined together to bring Duke Medicine’s Dr. Mitchell Heflin to Moore County as a guest speaker and host an … [Read the full article]

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New study shows men and women wish to change their vehicle as often as they change their mobile phone

New study shows men and women wish to change their vehicle as often as they change their mobile phone

CINCINNATI, OHIO (April 9, 2014) – How much influence does ‘change’ have on today’s car shopper? In the past, financial motivations drove the behavior of car shoppers, but our desire to simply change is viewed as the main reason we shop for a car today, according to a new study from the car-leasing marketplace Swapalease.com. According to results of … [Read the full article]

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