Lender Victoria Spannaus and real estate broker, Liz English of Fore Properties discuss the many facets of our lending world from both the lender’s & Realtor’s perspective. Victoria Spannaus has many years of experience & respect in the Moore County market. Her perspective and overview is a great primer for buyers & sellers. Liz English, in addition to being a real estate broker, has had over 10 years of experience in the lending field, and her skill set as a Realtor and former lender is a great benefit to her clients.
Bill Sahadi talks to Ellie Collins, John Arnold and Kevin Smith about Moore County’s contribution to the Occupy Wall Street movement. On December 10 at the Downtown Park in Southern Pines, Occupy Moore will consider Occupy Wall Street issues from a distinctly Moore County perspective. The event will focus on economic, election and education issues with local experts and speakers from nonpartisan groups like the NAACP, Democracy NC and The League of Women Voters. The event will also feature live acoustic music from some very talented local musicians. For more information on Occupy Moore, you can visit the website, www.occupymoore.webs.com.
Communities in Schools Exec. Administrator Ashley Baker discusses the role of CIS in our community and the many benefits CIS provides to the students in our public schools. Special mention is made of the Wine Festival fundraiser to be held on Dec. 7th at Elliot’s restaurant from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., and January’s fundraiser, Dancing with the Stars to be held on Jan. 29th. www.cismoore.org.
Moore County Chamber of Commerce Vice President, Linda Parsons, discusses the upcoming Culinary Showcase on Sept. 4th featuring some of Moore County’s best restaurant & food establishments, as well as discussing the Moore County Leadership Institutes upcoming Moore Fit
“Ready, Set, Dance” free dance lessons for the public on Sept. 8th at the Fair Barn in Pinehurst. Also discussed are some of the many various roles the Chamber plays in the life of the Moore County business community.
Bill Sahadi, CRS
July 2, 2011
Exec. Director Cynthia Bradley, Director of CIS Compass Training, Alicia Gatling and Compass mentor, Betsy Spencer share information about the remarkable presence CIS has in Moore County from the mentoring program at Southern Pines Middle School to fund raisers, like their July 20th Fore Kids Sake Golf Tournament at Pinehurst #8 to Stuff the Bus’s annual school supply drive on tax free weekend Aug. 5-7th and the Master Gardening Program to teach our students the benefits of good nutrition and health. Information on volunteering for the Mentoring Program or participating in the Fore Kids Sake Golf tournament can be found at 910 295-1072 & www.cismoore.org.
Journalist, author and TED conference speaker Kathryn Schulz joins Bill Sahadi of Fore Properties and Dr. Robin Moore, a 7 Habits of Highly Effective People facilitator and former Compass Training Program Director for Communities in Schools of Moore County, to discuss many tenets of her thought provoking and entertaining book on the many facets of our individual & cultural association with wrongness & rightness. Kathryn’s writing has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, the Boston Globe, the Freakonomics blog of the NY Times, The Nation, Foreign Policy and the NY Times Book Review. www.beingwrongbook.com, http://www.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/05/15/schulz.admitting.wrong/index.html?hpt=C2
Bill Sahadi, CRS