10 years is a good time to establish a benchmark when creating a perspective.

This is the 10th Anniversary of the radio show, ALL THINGS MOORE COUNTY.

One of the guests on that very first show in August of 2009 was Kirsten Foyles.

Kirsten is a local attorney, a mother of 3 accomplished daughters and most recently has a newly minted Masters Degree in choral music.

I first met Kirsten Foyles as a real estate attorney when she was at Thigpen & Jenkins.  In the 20 years I have known Kirsten we have had a chance to work together in many different ways, and I’ve had a chance to watch her raise her family first hand.

The conversation with Kirsten flows easily.  When you have a history and a background it’s easy to compare notes over these past 10 years.

The last 10 years have been full of changes, perspectives and outlooks for both of us.

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Moore County residents Betsy Saye, Kirsten Foyles and Dottie Black lend a heartfelt and articulate voice to the discovery, trials, tributations and small triumphs of what it is like to be the mother/parent/friend to their Type 1 diabetic children.  Their perspective and advice can serve as a valuable aid to families who have or are experiencing the presence of Type 1 diabetes with their own children.  From the symptom discovery to the management of this, as yet, incurable disease, Betsy, Kirsten and Dottie offer great information with many positive personal stories of their children’s special challenges and their siblings support.  They take us into the everyday lives of Lauren, age 9, Anna Grace, age 11, and Stephen, age 13.

JDRF was founded by parents of Type 1 children and is the only global organization with a strategic plan to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until it is no longer a threat to anyone. http://jdrf.org/.

Betsy & Dottie speak about their 4th annual tennis fundraiser at the Pinehurst Country Club to be held Nov. 2nd & 3rd.


Kirsten Foyles speaks about their yearly fundraising walk as TEAM LOLO in Winston-Salem on Oct. 26th. www.walk.jdrf.org.  You can register at this link:  https://secure3.convio.net/jdrf3/site/TRR/Walk-NC/Chapter-PiedmontTriad4477/1679297717?pg=utype&fr_id=2468, or support one of the 45 participating walkers at : https://secure3.convio.net/jdrf3/site/Donation2?idb=1957533721&df_id=4394&FR_ID=2468&PROXY_ID=1516134&PROXY_TYPE=20&4394.donation=form1&4394.donation=root&FR_ID=2468&idb=30962740&df_id=4394&PROXY_TYPE=20&PROXY_ID=1516134

The Saye, Black, Foyles & Stokes families are committed to doing everything they can to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes in their children’s lifetimes.

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mothers day showMoore County friends and mothers, (L to R) Gayvin Powers, Amity Aldridge, Kirsten Foyles & Molly Johnston discuss the many joys and challenges of motherhood. Between them they have 12 children between the ages of 3 – 18 that includes two sets of twins. Their remembrances, inspirations, influences and experiences are brought to life in a heartfelt conversation. David Michael Wolff, www.carolinaphil.org joins us to discuss his Mother’s Day Pops Season Finale on May 12th at the Robert E. Lee Auditorium from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Gayvin, Amity, Kirsten and Molly have some great stories to tell and their observations and lessons learned are memorable.


A Termite Primer for Homeowners – May 28, 2011

Art Parker, the owner of Aberdeen Exterminators and attorney Kirsten Foyles discuss the basics of termite identification, prevention and treatment. Although this show was originally aired in Feb. 2010, the reminders that homeowners should follow to insure their home is adequately protected against termite damage. The termite warranties available to home buyers is discussed by Kirsten Foyles and her own personal story about her own household experience provides a humorous and valuable lesson for all.

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“All Things Moore County” airs on WEEB 990 AM

ALL THINGS MOORE COUNTY is a weekly radio show highlighting the many facets of Moore County that include Real Estate, Lifestyles, Community & Neighborhood.

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Originally started in August, 2009, All Things Moore County started out as All Things Real Estate and featured the many facets of the home buying, home selling and home renovating process. ALL THINGS MOORE COUNTY is hosted by Bill Sahadi of Fore Properties Realty Inc. of Southern Pines, a member of the Pinehurst-Southern Pines Association of Realtors. The show will continue to emphasize many of these themes.

General manager and station owner Steve Adams says, “The show will continue to air on Saturday mornings from 10:05 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. and Sunday evenings from 8:05 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Bill does a great job, and the new show will allow Bill to expand the show into new areas that will interest a wider audience and serve the community needs and interest to a greater degree. We have a so many interesting people living here, doing great thing for our community, and this will afford them a forum to inform the public, and inspire others to get involved with the quality of lifestyle we all enjoy here in the Sandhills.”

“Moore County is a great place to live but living in an area is not just made up of the real estate transactions that take place but by the people that make that place such a great place to live. It’s a privilege to live in Moore County and having the ability to conduct a public forum for the residents of Moore County is an honor and a responsibility to insure that good straight information can be discussed for everyone’s benefit that calls Moore County home. I welcome any and all inquiries from our residents pertaining to subjects of interest they would like to hear more about”, adds Bill.

Additional information about the show can be found at:

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Inquiries may also be sent directly to Bill Sahadi at bsahadi@foreproperties.com.

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