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Penick Village Annual Art Show & Sale – 10th Year Anniversary

An Evening of Art, Wine, Delicious Hospitality and Sharing

What: A fabulous Art Show celebrating its 10th Anniversary of continuing Penick Village’s mission to provide an all welcoming faith-based community for our residents. An evening of inspiring art with the unique opportunity to meet our area’s leading artists and potters.

 Gala Reception Celebrating Art

 Friday, February 26, 2016 at 6:30 pm

 Penick Village, Village House, 500 E. Rhode Island Avenue, Southern Pines

 Silent Auction

o Painting by featured artist Jessie Mackay

o Trip to Castine, Maine

o High-end jewelry and accessories

o Cosmetic procedures and more!

 Valet Parking

 Tickets $50 per person

 Open to the public Saturday Feb 27 11 am- 4pm and Sunday Feb 28 12 noon- 3p.m.

 Raffle tickets available for $50 each or five for $200 for a 4-day, 3-night trip to the Greenbrier in the mountains of West Virginia

 Over 100 paintings, pottery, unique hand-carved wooden pieces

 All funds go to the Benevolent Assistance Fund

Why: To raise funds for the Penick Village Benevolent Assistance Fund. This fund was established to assist our current residents in the event that their long lives have out lived their financial resources.

Co-Chairs: Joanne Kilpatrick, Margaret Page, Molly Gwinn, Joan Williams

SHAMROCK N ROLL ROAD RACE – Race Date—Saturday, March 12, 910 638-3686

Where—start and finish at the Whispering Pines police station
8th annual ShamRock ‘N Roll Road Race
Typically about 1,000 participants—raised over $65,000
All K-12 students and staff (public or private) may participate at a discount
All proceeds benefit Moore County Schools via teacher grants through the Public Education Foundation (PEF)
Competition among all schools for percentage participation award:
1st place school: receives $750
2nd place school: receives $450
3rd place school: receives $300

The race will raise funds to support new ideas and practices to strengthen teaching and learning in Moore County. Teachers and/or schools may submit an innovative idea/project that will enhance students’ educational experience. Awarded projects will receive partial or full funding through race proceeds.

Over $25,000 in grants have be awarded to over 20 recipients in the past 15 months. Recent grant awards include:

Pinecrest, Union Pines & North Moore HS Robotics Program Kits $5700
North Moore High School Speech & Debate Program $2120
MCS Visually Impaired Dept. Braille Embosser $2300
Highfalls Elementary Classical Guitar Program $2550
Pinehurst Elementary Robotics for Dolphin Collaboratory $2500
Southern Pines Primary STEAM lab $5000
Union Pines High School Contemporary Novel Program $1233



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