All Things Moore County for February 8, 2024

The Golf Capital Chorus – Singing Valentines on Feb. 13th – 14th

Since 1981 The Golf Capital Chorus has been charming audiences and residents of Moore County.

New Golf Capital Chorus member, Derek Thomson talks about the Singing Valentines that can be ordered and what is included.

You can visit their website to place your Singing Valentine to be scheduled on Feb. 13th – 14th between the hours of 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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The Encore Center Theatre’s production of Don’t Dress for Dinner ! – Feb. 16th-18th & Feb. 23rd -25th

Theater Company Manager Becky Podlogar brings some of the cast members for this production to All Things Moore County to talk about the play and the dinner theater hosted by Ashten’s for the evening shows.  Matinee’s are also hosted by Ashten’s with a Charcuterie Board.

Guests include:

Shannon K. Helton – Jacqueline
Grace Stroud – Suzette
Bill Saunders – Bernard

The Encore Center continues to make strong inroads in the Southern Moore County Community with a strong array of top quality productions, musicals, student classes and summer camps.

Becky Podlogar
Theatre Company Manager
Encore Center
Instagram: @encoretheaterofthepines
Facebook: Encore Theater of the Pines
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Golf Capital Chorus members Marty Matula and Bob Boone detail the history and stories and future of the Golf Capital Chorus as they embark on their 40th anniversary.

In early December, 1980, five men who had previous barbershop experience gathered at the Pinecrest Inn and began what was to become the Golf Capital Chorus, a group dedicated to four part harmony singing for the pure joy of it. In 1981 they agreed to organize a local barbershop chapter of SPEBSQSA, now Barbershop Harmony Society International. On August 17, 1981 they received their official chapter charter. Every year since then they have performed an annual show designed to appeal to all residents of the Sandhills. The proceeds from these shows and other events perform all benefit local charities. The Chorus has contributed a total of $105,000 to the Sandhills Children’s Center and has donated more than $370,000 to other area family oriented charities since its founding.


A big part of the Golf Capital Chorus’ mission is to support local children’s charities.

As the Chorus has grown, it has become more widely recognized.

The Chorus presently has about 45 members. The Chorus also has quartets available to entertain your group and to help us raise money for our charities.