Hosting All Things Moore County for the last 11 years has given me a first row seat to the many Points of Light we have living in Moore County. Helena Wallin-Miller is one of those Points of Light. Her service to Moore County and her consistency, dedication and fortitude to the students and teachers of Moore County Schools is readily evident in her overview of her 5 years of experience serving on the MCS Board of Education and her hopes and goals for the future of our school system.
FRIEND TO FRIEND
Executive Director Anne Friesen is joined by Caroline Reynolds and Winona Caruthers to discuss domestic violence, the mission and challenges of Friend to Friend and to introduce a new program – Batterer Intervention Program.
Batterer Intervention Program Director – Caroline Reynolds - MSW, LCSWA
Our Batterer Intervention Program is a brand-new program to Moore County launching this month. Our goal is to promote victim safety by addressing domestic violence at its source: the perpetrator. Domestic violence is a complex issue with many factors, but one thing we know for sure is that the cycle won't end unless the person committing the violence changes their beliefs and behaviors. That's what we strive to help our participants do, using a group model that promotes personal accountability and requires deep self-reflection. The program is 26 weeks long, with weekly discussion groups focused on different topics relating to healthy, equitable, and non-violent relationships. Participants are typically referred by the court system, by probation/parole, or by DSS, and are mandated to the program due to their involvement in a domestic violence-related incident. We're really excited to get started, and really excited to see what kind of an impact this program can have in Moore County!
Counselor & Housing Manager – Winona Caruthers – MSW, LCSWA
As a therapist and housing case manager, I support clients at Serenity House and clients in the community by providing therapy and wraparound case management services, focused particularly on connecting clients with safe and affordable housing options. In addition to working with clients, I build relationships in the community with public and private landlords so that our clients have more safe options when they leave our shelter.
24/7 Crisis Hot Line – 910-947-3333
Main Office – 910-947-1703
101 Monroe St.
Scott's Table is a unique 'farm to table' restaurant located at 311 SE. Broad St in the
downtown area of So. Pines. 910 684-8126
The Margolis family, led by award winning chef, Scott Margolis, formerly of Penick Village, gave birth to their dream 3 1/2 years ago
His wife, Karen Margolis, talks about the evolution of the restaurant and their mutual passion for following their dream.
The atmosphere is part "Cheers" and very friendly.
Karen talks about the menu, the food prep and catering and take out.
There is a lot to be excited about at Scott's Table.
New owners, Leslie Jones and Philip Whitaker talk about their business at 1930 N. Poplar St. Southern Pines. (located behind Spice Café and PNC bank).
Clean Eatz specializes in Meal Plans, Catering, Custom Diets, and their eat in Café.
Their grand opening is Saturday, Sept. 26th.
For people on the run, their Grab n Go meals only require a microwave oven for 3-4 minutes.
Their food is balanced, nutritious, exceptionally reasonable and delicious.
Artistic Director Greta Zandstra & Educational & Associate Artistic Director Jacob Toth speak about the upcoming outdoor production of Hitchcock’s THE 39 STEPS to be held behind the Encore Center located at 160 E. New Hampshire Ave. in downtown Southern Pines on the evenings of Sept. 11th, 12th & 13th at 7:30 p.m. each evening.
General Admission is $10.00. VIP tickets are $20.00 insuring premium seating and a basket of chef curated snacks and beverages.
Special seating arrangements and safety precautions will be in place for all attending guests.
The Encore Center – 910 725-0603