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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Frank McNeill is running for the 8th congressional district seat.  The 8th district covers a large portion of the southern Piedmont area of N.C. from Concord to Spring Lake including China Grove, Albemarle, Troy, Pinehurst & Raeford.

Frank speaks candidly about his positions and the differences voters will face in the upcoming election between himself and his opponent.


Steve Adams is the only unaffiliated candidate this election day in Moore County running for office.  Steve outlines specifics about what his plans are for the Sheriff’s Dept. and his business and entrepreneurial background can help set up the

Dept for efficiency, better cost effectiveness and accountability.

Frank McNeill for Congress

Frank McNeill is running for the congressional seat in the 8th District in North Carolina.

Frank has been a life long resident of Moore County who graduated from Pinecrest High School in 1974 and Appalachian State in 1978 with a BS in Business Administration. Frank is currently the President of McNeill Oil Company, a three generation family owned business.

He has served as Mayor of Aberdeen, was a member of the Aberdeen Town Board and the Board of Education.

Frank and his wife Susan have three daughters and 3 grandsons. Currently he is the President of the Aberdeen Lions Club, a former vice chair and treasurer of the Moore County Democratic Party, and a past director of the Sandhills Area Chamber of Commerce.

Frank outlines his hopes, his dreams and his vision for the people of the 8th district, stretching from Fayetteville to Concord on the doorstep of Charlotte. The district includes all of Moore, Hoke, Montgomery, Stanly & Cabarrus counties and part of Cumberland and Rowan counties.

It’s his values and his vision of fairness, borne out of a lifelong record of public service, that comes shining through in this candid video of one of Moore County’s own.

Septic Systems in Moore County – Part II

Bill Dunlop, Soil Scientist and Environmental Health Specialist in Moore County and Jeff Kerr of Marlin’s Septic Service discuss the basics of Septic Systems for Moore County Homeowners with an emphasis on care & maintenance.

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Tim Venjohn of Rhodes & Company joins Bill Sahadi in this discussion.


David Michael Wolf of the Carolina Philharmonic and Danaka Bunch of The Fair Barn discuss a host of events happening in Moore County over these next few weeks. Danaka is joined by Johnathan Ward of Ward Productions who assists Danaka with many production functions in Moore County.

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