HIGHLAND GAMES – OCT. 1ST, SCOTLAND COUNTY

Founder and chairman, Bill Caudill highlights the many events happening on Saturday, Oct. 1st from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the NC Rural Heritage Center in Laurinburg.

The games feature an immersive look at the lives of some of the region’s earliest settlers and the Scottish-American experience.

The games feature Athletic Events, Gaelic Song, Celtic Music, Food, Dancing & Education.

Ticket Prices are $15.00 per adult. $5.00 for children. Children under 5 – no admission

www.games-tickets.com <http://www.games-tickets.com>

 

 

MOORE FAMILY FARMS – THE LAND USE PLAN AND THE CITIZENS VOICE

Michael Parker of Terrace Ridge Farm, LLC and Nicholas Lasala Jr. of Victory Vineyard return to the show to discuss their involvement with the County Commissioners and their stand against a specific residential development that was on the table in Carthage.

They are also forming a free class they plan to give to residents on the Land Use Plan and how to use it at land use meetings.

Moorefamilyfarms.org

Nicholas Lasala 813 389-3649

Michael Parker 910 639-3968

 

30 Years of Reflection in Moore County – Architect Alan Stagaard

30 Years of Reflection in Moore County – Architect Alan Stagaard

Moore County Architect, Alan Stagaard looks back on 30 years and the impressions he has left here in Moore County as the well-known architectural firm, Stagaard & Chao in Pinehurst.

His recent retirement and upcoming transition to move closer to his children and grandchildren is a great time to review the impact he has had on the Moore County landscape.  From the Fair Barn to the Pinehurst Country Club to the Razook Building, Alan and his partner, Tessie Chao have had a hand in high profile commercial properties and numerous residential new construction and rehab/renovation projects.

 

Alan’s home – 244 Santee Rd. – https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=642389477257368

 

 

PASSING THE BATON in a HOME SALE

Fred & Elizabeth Garrett lived in their Knollwood Heights home for 48 years before moving to Penick Village this past June. Kate Shinkwin, a real estate broker with Rhodes & Co. in Southern Pines, fell in love with the charm and character of Fred’s home, and now she and her husband, and two young children will be calling it their own home when they move in mid-September.

Fred’s story about his home and his 33+ year career at Sandhills Community College as well as the proactive relationship formed between Fred and Kate, as seller and buyer, is a story that is a pleasure to listen to.

Kate Shinkwin – 609 602-9243
kate@rhodesco.com

CRAWLSPACE CARPENTER, INC. – SOLOMON LOPEZ

The Crawlspace Carpenter, Inc. has been in business locally going on 3 years.

Solomon Lopez is a great resource of information about the remediation procedures and misconceptions of crawl space maintenance.
From encapsulation to vapor barriers, moisture to humidity, clean out to fungus, his overview is valuable for home sellers and buyers alike.

His straightforward, no-nonsense way of articulating the issues he finds in the field, help demystify the process of insuring any homeowner’s crawl space
is safe and well managed at an affordable cost.

Solomon Lopez 910-215-7879
CrawlspaceCarpenter@protonmail.com
www.crawlspacecarpenter.com