Southern Pines resident Butch Chandler is a well known contractor and former home inspector.
Since 1986 Butch has left his mark on our real estate world and the many homes he has worked on and improved. His stories and perspective, especially in terms of crawl space, moisture and grading issues is a great primer for any new buyer or seller as well as any homeowner looking to improve and protect the integrity of their home.
Charlaine Hirst is a golf professional – TCP – Class A who has run this program for 9 years. golflessonsnc.com
She has used golf as the ‘hook’ to embolden girls from the ages of 6-16 and consistent with the LPGA Foundation National Initiative of creating positive female role models and inspiring the girls under her tutelage of the 5 E’s Included in this show are 5 of her students, Emma Dennis, Allie Hirst, Kate Grantham, Keely Ferdinand & Molly Ferdinand who all speak about their experiences.
National initiative of LPGA Foundation: Found in 1989, now 415 sites – create experiences that help girls fall in love with the game! Girl friendly, positive female role models and inspiring girls with 5 E’s
We EMPOWER girls with confidence and inspire them to dream BIG
We ENRICH girls lives by expanding their minds and horizons
We ENERGIZE girls with passion for the game of golf
We EXERCISE girls’ minds and bodies by helping them unlock their full potential
We ENGAGE girls with positive female role models and mentors
5 E Ambassadors: Stacy Lewis, Brittany Lincicome, Lizette Salas, Lexi Thompson, and Tiffany Joh
To date the GG program has reached more than 500,000 girls and roughly 70,000 per year!
Our Goals as LPGA instructors/GG Site Directors are:
Keeping girls ENGAGED in sports and increasing RETENTION
Instilling CONFIDENCE and inspiring girls to live ACTIVE lifestyles
Providing social opportunities and lifelong FRIENDSHIPS
Encouraging FAMILY involvement
Helping them to EMBRACE volunteerism in their communities
MEALS ON WHEELS w/ Executive Director Rebecca Listrom
Rebecca gives us a great overview of Meals On Wheels of the Sandhills, Inc. It was started in 1974 by Ida Baker Scott for five of her friends who needed a hot, nourishing meal. This year our Volunteers will deliver approximately 24,000 meals.
Today, we have more than 100 dedicated Volunteers who donate their time and use of their vehicles to deliver an average of 100 meals each weekday, 260 days a year to those in need. Each month our lunch-time meals are delivered (Monday through Friday, including weekday holidays) to the homebound in the towns of Aberdeen, Pinebluff, Pinehurst and Southern Pines. We have no financial or age restrictions, and we receive no government funding. Meals On Wheels is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization depending entirely on private monetary help to exist.
Linda S. Sheer, BS, RN, CMTA of the Center of Awakened Health (COAH), in Southern Pines, is our featured guest. COAH (www.awakenedhealth.net) is a residential and/or outpatient healing/teaching facility using 21st century methods for detoxification and rejuvenation health practices. Linda is joined by CHE-MOMENT author and Southern Pines resident, Chris Hamilton,
Linda discusses diet, gmo’s, the importance of ph balance and the distinction between the acidic and alkaline properties of foods. Her nutritional programs and many forms of treatment are discussed in depth. Chris’s experience, as detailed in his book, CHE-Moment, as a 4 time cancer patient/survivor makes his conversation with Linda that much more compelling.
Bill Dunlap talks with Jan Leitschuh and Fenton Wilkinson, co-founders of Sandhills Farm to Table Cooperative, about the origins of this unique community enterprise, how it is helping improve the health of local residents and the economic health of local farmers by connecting them directly. SF2T offers subscriptions of weekly boxes of 7 to 9 fruits and vegetables from Moore and contiguous Counties at their peak freshness, as well as jams, baked goods, honey and other local food products through their on-line store.
Also discussed is how SF2T economically benefits local schools and churches, and SF2T’s new Workplace Wellness program which improves not only employee health, but also employers’ profitability and the local economy by buying from local farmers.