Arts Council of Moore County 20/21 Program Guide ~ Apr.- Aug. Issue

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2021 Season of Arts Experiences April-August Issue

TRAVIS OWENS OF JUGTOWN POTTERY exhibiting at Campbell House in May, 2021

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What’s NEXT from YOUR Arts Council? During this time of COVID, the Arts Council has asked a lot of questions. Questions of uncertainty (Should we cancel the exhibit?), frustration (How can we afford to present a concert for only 10 people?), panic (Will we be here in a year?), and doom (Will this ever end?). With no definitive answers, we are very thankful to our supporters who have allowed us to continue inspiring and strengthening Moore County through the arts. We’ve met this challenge in many ways, such as: • Partnering with ArtistYear/AmeriCorps to offer virtual arts content to every public school • Sharing $57,000+ in stimulus relief with local arts groups including: Artists League of the Sandhills, Carolina Philharmonic, Encore Center, Judson Theatre Company, Moore County Choral Society, Sunrise Theater, The Rooster’s Wife, and Weymouth Center • Awarding $12,000+ of the NC Arts Council’s Artist Support Grant to regional artists • Following COVID restrictions so that we can continue offering art exhibits at Campbell House What’s next from the Arts Council? As we come closer to putting COVID behind us, we hope to inspire you to become more involved in the arts. Something as simple as thanking our advertisers will go a long way to allow us to continue our mission. Founded in 1973, the Arts Council is a nonprofit, charitable organization. Our offerings are reflective of our rich diversity, facilitating affordable access to the arts. Together with our supporters, we fund annual programs for 15,000+ school children, exhibitions for 500+ artists, concerts by world-class musicians, grants to local arts groups, and scholarships for talented youth. Please visit our Campbell House galleries at 482 E. Connecticut Avenue in Southern Pines, admission free. We also invite you to help sustain our work by becoming a member today. Joining is easy. Just visit to learn more. Until then, please enjoy our program guide to learn what’s next from YOUR Arts Council. On the Cover: Travis Owens of Jugtown Pottery, located in northwestern Moore County a few miles from Seagrove. Jugtown will exhibit their wares at Campbell House Galleries from May 7-28, 2021, along with painter Sharon Ferguson and woodworker Andrew Ownbey. (Photo courtesy of John Gessner –

Round Dragonhead Vase in Weathered Bronze by Travis Owens

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Happy Accidents Celebrating 41 years of art at the 2021 Fine Arts Festival By Chris Dunn

Two months into the COVID shutdown, my

son and I were watching TV and came upon The Joy of Painting hosted by Bob Ross on PBS. You know – the “happy clouds” guy. My son had never seen the show, so I wondered how quickly he would get bored. With Bob’s gentle delivery and the soothing sounds of his brush on the canvas, both of us were mesmerized.

2020 Best in Show Winner: “A Little Peanut Thief” Watercolor by Lynn Ponto-Peterson (Batesville, AR)

Even as a non-painter, I love watching Bob’s show. I am fascinated to see a beautiful painting appear on a blank canvas in just one hour. It seems effortless, but looks are deceiving. Even Bob understood this with his own paintings, as he once revealed, “There are no mistakes, just happy accidents.” While I don’t have the passion (or talent) to be a visual artist, I am envious of those who can paint, draw or sculpt what they see in their minds. Bob stated it best when he said, “I can't think of anything more rewarding than being able to express yourself to others through painting. Exercising the imagination, experimenting with talents, being creative; these things, to me, are truly the windows to your soul.” One of the reasons I love working at the Arts Council is being one of the first to see the entries into our annual Fine Arts Festival. This huge exhibit will be on view this August 6 to 27, 2021 throughout the first floor of Campbell House Galleries. The Fine Arts Festival was created in 1980 to provide incentive for local artists to improve their technique and a place to showcase and sell their art. Today, the festival attracts artists from across the country and has grown into Moore County’s largest art exhibit. Works will be judged by Molly Boarati, Assistant Curator at Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art in Durham, NC. Boarati will carry the responsibility of choosing the artists to receive $2,800 in prizes. Entries are limited to two per artist (age 16+) in the following categories: Oil; Acrylic; Watercolor; Drawing & Pastel; Photography; Mixed Media & Printmaking; and 3-D. The art will be received at Campbell House (482 E. Connecticut Ave., Southern Pines) on any of the following dates: July 19-23 (10am–4pm) and July 24, 2021 (2-4pm). I call on all visual artists to finish your masterpieces and enter them into the Fine Arts Festival this summer. In the gentle words of Bob Ross, “Let’s get crazy.” 2019 People’s Choice Winner: “Another Beautiful Day on the Carolina Coast” Oil by Rich Flanagan (Pinehurst, NC)

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CHRIS DUNN Executive Director A native of Snow Hill, NC, Chris began working as the Arts Council’s assistant director in 1995. In this role, he was responsible for all youth programs, including theatre productions and creating the Young People’s Fine Arts Festival. In 2002, he was named the executive director. Chris is most proud of saving the Classical Concert Series from folding, presenting some great jazz artists at Heart ‘n Soul of Jazz, and overseeing many improvements at the Campbell House, including ADA accessibility. Thanks to the Z. Smith Reynold Foundation, he is currently on sabbatical, re-energizing himself to return in September, refocused on his passion of bringing the arts to everyone. To learn more about Chris, we asked him several questions about himself... Where have you lived? Mostly in North Carolina, except for 3.5 years in Washington, DC. If you could learn to do anything, what would it be? Speak another language. What’s your favorite indoor/outdoor activity? I love making music, but I also love fishing,

kayaking, camping, & searching for great BBQ of all kinds, but I particularly like Eastern NC BBQ.

What was the last experience that made you a stronger person? Watching my son go through 3.5 years of cancer treatment taught me a lot about strength. If he can go through that and still smile, I have nothing to complain about. What is your favorite or most inspirational place in Moore County? One place is the Brown

Gallery in the Campbell House. If those beautiful, 175+ year-old pine-paneled walls could speak, I wonder what stories they would tell?

What is your favorite thing about working at the Arts Council? In addition to the great people I get to work with and meet, I love the variety of programs the Arts Council offers. Each day brings a new arts experience, so I never get bored. What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given? While looking for my

first job, my mom told me that it’s okay if someone helps get your foot in the door, but it’s up to you to take the next steps.

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PALUSTRIS: Celebrating Longleaf Through the Arts April 6-30, 2021 | Campbell House Galleries

Palustris may seem like an unusual

name for an art exhibit, but it actually comes from the Latin name for the longleaf pine…Pinus palustris. It is also the perfect name for an exhibit that connects the natural world with art celebrating Barking Treefrog the wide range of plants and animals By Rebecca Dotterer integral to the Sandhills longleaf ecosystem. In April, Palustris: Celebrating Longleaf through the Arts will feature works by members of the Carolinas Chapter of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators (GNSI) and Linda Dalton Pottery. Founded by the Smithsonian Institution in 1968, GNSI is an active group of scientific illustrators, amateur artists, students, botanical/wildlife artists, and those interested in art and the natural sciences. They seek to communicate science visually and clarify scientific ideas through such media as illustration, animation, comics, photography, printmaking, video, and other media. For this exhibit, 30 GNSI members have been hard at work, in the local forest and in their studios, depicting our threatened and endangered species, fire ecology and the beauty of nature that surrounds us.

Located 15 minutes from Pinehurst, their studio has become a popular destination for locals, tourists and pottery collectors. Over 35 years ago, Linda visited Seagrove and became fascinated with pottery. She returned home committed to learning how to be a potter. After her twins left for college, she was finally able to take classes. Starting with a wheel set up in the corner of their garage, the studio quickly expanded to include Jim on the “payroll.” They moved into their dream home in 2005, located beside their pottery studio (built first, of course) on 11 wooded acres. The impact of living so close to nature quickly influenced their work. They began decorating their pottery with wild ferns, leaves from native plants, and bits of interesting limbs and knots they found on their property…which is the hallmark of their pots. The Palustris exhibit is on display from April 6-30, weekdays (9am to 5pm) and Saturday, April 17 (2 to 4pm). The exhibit is free and open to the public. COVID precautions may be in effect, including face masks and physical distancing. Campbell House is located at 482 E. Connecticut Ave. in Southern Pines.

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Cloth & Clay

Featuring Anne Crabbe, Sarah Entsminger, Jenny Williams, & Nanette Zeller June 4-25, 2021 | Campbell House Galleries

Not so long ago, cloth and clay were primarily utilitarian items – from clothing and quilts to pitchers and plates. While these products may have incorporated beautiful design, form was function and the end results were more for purpose than display. Our June exhibit flips the script on the purposes of cloth and clay. Design is at the forefront and the results are beautiful – come see for yourself. Anne Crabbe produces a special type of pottery from her Pinehurst studio. Most pieces are embellished in some way – embedded color, texture, carvings, clay added to the main body, and altered

wheel-turned shapes. She thinks of a pot as a canvas on which to create something unique. Sarah Entsminger comes from a long line of artists who create for practical use and the sheer enjoyment of bringing images of heart and mind to life. From her Virginia studio, she combines layers of fabric, fiber and thread with a wide variety of fine art mediums and surface treatments. Fiber artist Jenny Williams is from Lexington, North Carolina. She works mostly with thread, also with mixed media, such as beads, copper, and rust on fabric. Nanette Zeller is an award-winning artist from Southern Pines who has been featured on Quilting Arts TV and in Quilting Arts Magazine. Her original art quilts are deeply influenced by nature and incorporate surface design painting techniques, free-form machine stitching and other innovative methods. Don’t miss Cloth & Clay, on view from June 4-25, weekdays (9am to 5pm) and Saturday, June 19 (2 to 4pm). The exhibit is free and open to the public. COVID-19 precautions may be in effect, including face masks and physical distancing. Campbell House is located at 482 E. Connecticut Ave. in Southern Pines. Learn more at

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Moore County artist, Sharon Ferguson, works mostly in oils, but sometimes in graphite, pastel, watercolor, & colored pencil. She will exhibit at Campbell House Galleries from May 7-28, 2021, along with Jugtown Pottery and woodworker Andrew Ownbey. When were you introduced to art? I don't really remember being introduced to art; I've sort of just always done it. At age 3 or 4, I do remember drawing huge panoramas complete with dinosaurs on the living room walls and doors. My parents started buying art supplies for me soon after. Who or what are your artistic influences? My

parents were my earliest influences. My father, a draftsman, taught me the basics of drawing, perspective and values at a very young age. My mother always had an interest in fashion “Mountain Apples” Oil by Sharon Ferguson design and taught me the enjoyment of drawing and sketching. As an adult I've been influenced by the likes of Bouguereau, Chardin and Sargent. I love the still life art of Emil Carlsen and Henk Helmantel. It has also been invaluable to have had tutoring from D. Jeffrey Mims and Kamille Corry.

What is your most memorable response to your art? I

remember one particular client's reaction when she arrived to pick up the completed pet portrait. Upon seeing her beloved dog that had passed, she dropped to her knees in tears, which of course made me cry as well. I've never forgotten that.

What is the best piece of advice you’ve been given? Growing

up, my father was always trying to get me to try some new food. He would say, “Try it. If you don't like it, you can always spit it out.” I have used that as a metaphor for life ever since.

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Anne Crabbe is a potter who lives in Pinehurst, NC and will exhibit her art at Campbell House Galleries from June 4-25, 2021, along with artists Sarah Entsminger, Jenny Williams and Nanette Zeller. Where were you born?

Canton, Ohio

Though not an artist, Dr. E. Paul Torrance was a leading expert in the area of creativity. I was blessed to have him as my friend and mentor for about 10 years. He encouraged me to "follow my passion." My first pottery teacher, Melanie Hutchins, has had a great influence on my pottery. I find it magical to watch her turn a blob of clay into a piece of pottery. She is also one of the very nicest and most selfless persons I know, an all-around great role model.

Who or what are your artistic influences?

The following quote is in my pottery studio, and I TRY to remember it: "You want to know the difference between a master and a beginner? The master has failed more times than the beginner has ever tried. Behind every great piece of art are a thousand failed attempts. We just don't see the attempts."

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The Arts Council of Moore County is grateful to the following donors. With their contributions they inspire & strengthen our community through the arts. ~ August 20, 2019 – August 20, 2020 ~ $20,001+

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Aberdeen NC Self Storage (in-kind) James & Judith Allen American Airlines Elaine Baillie Liz Murray & Mike Bartee Chris Brown Cele Bryant Margaret Burnett Paula M. Caddell Frances Campbell Jane Clark Claude F. Smith Foundation Mrs. John Daughtridge Duke Energy John & Catherine Earp Dale & JoAnn Erickson Arthur & Joan Fish Shirley & Bill Frei Jocelyn B. Glynn Ron & Anna Goodrich Marilyn Grube Healy Wholesale Company (in-kind) Lynne & Fritz Healy Catherine K. Hilton Durant C. Holler III The Jefferson Inn King Fisher Society LLC Lin Hutaff’s Pinehurst Realty Group Russell & Ann McAllister Jr. Paula & Bill Montgomery Sofie Moyle Richard Norland North Carolina Community Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Donald Parks Pinehurst Resort Suzanne & Max Powell Katherine Pyne Jack & Irene Rouhier Sandhills Community College Howard Schubert & Meridith Martens Southern Pines Garden Club Thomas Family Charitable Fund (Rooster’s Wife) John & Jo Williams Jo Dewitt Wilson Francine & James Winter

$501 – $1,000

Kerry Arnold Paul F. Bride Ellen Burke Eye Candy Gallery Sharon Ferguson Stuart & Lisa Fulghum Marion & John Gaida The Garden Club of the Sandhills Douglas & Lydia Gill Molly & Byrd Gwinn Drs. Anthony & Arlene Hantjis Cleon P. Hayes Jeff & Severine Hutchins IBM Internation Foundation Ben & Ellen Jordan Jr. Jugtown Pottery Jessie Stuart Mackay Dr. Tommy McDonell Mr. & Mrs. Michael McGinnis Moore County Community Foundation Jeffrey & Laura Morgan Wendy Nagy Ben & Lori Ann Owen

Jeanne Paine Martha G. Parsons Barbara A. Reining Robbins, May & Rich Thomas & Nancy Seitz (Rooster’s wife) John W. Shannon Barbara Sherman Kim & William Sobat Southern Pines Brewing Co. (in-kind) Donna & Tom Swantkowski Oliver & Wanda Sweeney Jr. Mickey & Richard Walker Ward Productions Tom West Carole C. Winding Kathy Wright Bob & Jeanne Zimmerman

$251 – $500

Pridie Ariail Constance Atwell & Ron Schuch Allen & Emily Averbook George Baehne Lane Bergstrom Boles Funeral Home John & Nancy Bouldry Sue Byrd & Glenn Bradley Gladys S. Britt Brownback & Thomasson Linda & David Bruening David & Frieda Bruton Suzanne Burgess John & Carolyn Burns Pamela Bushing Cathy & David Carter Richard Cavedo Paul Cooper John & Evelyn Dempsey James & Andrea Donoghue John Dowd Jane Galàn Eleanor Gallagher Billiegene A. Garner Kenneth & Nancy Geddes George W. Little & Associates Bill & Mary Gozzi Doris & Pete Gulley/Gulley’s Garden Center Elizabeth A. Harper Ann L. Hinchcliff Ruth Hoffer Roberta Holinko Dr. Carol Wadon & Bruce Jaufmann Kathryn E. Johnson (Judson Theatre) Michele & Steven Kastner Kirk Tours Maggie & Alan Langley Katherine & Duncan MacRae Mary & Elliott Wood Foundation Harlan McCaskill John & Mary Margaret McNeill Jr. Linda McVicker Nature’s Own Sarah & John O’Brien Pat & Nancy Oakley Charles W. & Bonnie Parker Daniel & Sara Jane Pate Paul Harkness Jewelry Design People Helping People/Randolph EMC Kate Petsolt Poyner Spruill LLP Elizabeth R. Rainoff John & Maureen Reeves Patty Reil Sandhills Pediatrics Jutta S. Scheck Gerald & Elaine Schwartz Rollin & Frank Shaw Judith Silver Frances Soboeiro Beth & Ted Franke Stevens Art Swanson Ginny & Keith Thomasson Goldie & Alan Toon Richard Upchurch Marilyn Vendemia Howard Warren Whistle Stop Press (in-kind) Joyce White John Wiedmer Sandra Wright


$101 – $250

195 New American Cuisine Iris & Jim Angle John & Mary-Scott Arnold Phyllis & Alton Arnold Robert & Jane Asdal Ed & Kim Auman Mae Charles Barnes Elizabeth Beck Mr. & Mrs. Ernest S. Bessette Jr. Larry & Betsy Best Cynthia Birdsall Patricia Black Brenda & Bob Blackwell Glenn N. Bower Carolyn Brady Evie Brassie Leona & Mike Brittingham David & Marin Brooks Robert & Monika Brown Carla & Alan Butler Charlotte Cable Linda & Rob Caldwell Mitch & Patricia Capel Dr. & Mrs. Edward Carey Judy C. Casey Jane Casnellie Pinkie Castanien Eric & Linda Christenson William & Trish Christina Dr. Annette Christy Catherine Church Dr. Jim & Pat Cole Liz Whitmore & Rex Connor Charlie & Terry Cook Kelly & Cyleste Coppage Scott & Patricia Corbett Patrick & Judy Corso Eugene Cottrell Charlie & Nancy Cunningham Joe & Nancy Currie Holly & Robert Daane Bonnie Davis Maria D. DiStefano Alioto Robert & Patricia Donaldson Sandy & Jeff Donovan Ann Doster Eleanore Dreher Linda Drott Martha Dunnagan Barbara Dvorozniak Louis C. & Cindy Edgar Drs Nancy & John Ellis Mary & Bill Elsesser Robert & Mary Fitch Hartley C. Fitts Flowland Counter-Culture Outlet Lori Foringer Mark & Louise Futrell Bonita Gilbertson Michelle & Manilo Goetzl Carmen Gordon Mary Griffith Bobbie Jo Grissinger Pat & Clark Groseth Robert McCall & Pamela Guest Joseph & Sharon Hakas Bertram Hall Jim & Mary Ann Halstead Lynn & Mike Hancock Thomas Hart Nancy Heilman Betty Hendrix Floyd & Courtney Herndon Rob & Carie Hill Paula V. Hill Joan M. Hodges George Hoffman Hollyfield Design Anne Louise Howell Susan I. Jaehne Jim & Brenda Jamison Rick & Cinnamon LeBlanc Johnson Melva & William C. Johnston Judith Kelley Warner W. Kent Tina Kerr-Stover Joanne & Kirby Kilpatrick Dr. Robert G. & Helen Kroll

Matt & Betty Kuhn Michael & Susan La Graff Steve & Rebecca Lapping Leigh Lassiter Landseer Properties/Becca Leen Anne Lucey Jan & Marjorie Ludwig Ruth Mazeau Ludwig Kenneth & Holly MacDonald Main Street Designs Allyson & Christopher Markotich Floreen Maroncelli Susan B. & Michael Mauney Rod & Cynthia McIver Kim McMann Stuart & Helen Probst Mills Jon & Jan Minoff Doris G. Moon Earl & Suzy Morgan Sharon Murphy Marion Nash John L. Naylor Jr. Harry & Marilyn Neely Helen Neill Deirdre Newton Virginia & Philip Notestine Linda Nunez John & Elizabeth Oettinger Thomas & Kathleen Oleson Rodolfo S. Ongjoco Jr. Art & Ann Parker Kathy Petz Milton Pilson Robert & Laura Auman Pitts Larry & Jane Postlethwaite Christine Pritchard Chuck & Janet Pruitt Craig & Beth Pryor Gail Puleo Frank & Missy Quis R. Riveter Joyce Reehling REMAX of the Pines/Pinky Doyle Mary D. Rhodes Patricia Rudovsky Natasha Corday & Henry Russell Robbie Salisbury Charlene Sazama Felice A. Schillaci Jean K. Schmidt Andrea & Dale Schmidt Jeanette “Jan” Schnell David Secrist Lisa Richman & Dean Segovis David W. & Linda Seiberling Sam & Diana Self Bill & Anne Shore Bruce Shute Karen & Gerald Sienicki Morgan Sills Debra & Bill Smith Walter C. Snyder Sarita Stevens Janice P. Stewart Elizabeth & Bill Strickland Marjorie J. Sullivan Pamela M. Swarbrick Anthea T. Tate Edward T. Taws Jr. Fay & Bill Terry Patricia Thomas Mr & Mrs Stafford E. Thornton Martha & George Tournas Paul Hammock & Sandy Tremblay Stuart & Tallie Tuffnell Geraldine Turk Barbara Vainio Carolyn Vaughn Claudia Vecchio Richard & Donna Verrilli John & Allison Watson Paula Weiss Mary Ann Welsch Bill & Janet Wheaton Ruth G. Wheliss Cindy & Howard Williams Surratt Williams Jim & Michele Williford

$101 – $250 continued Neal & Judy Yocom David & Mary Helen Young

$100 & under

Christine Abbott Aberdeen Exterminating John Ackerman Sally W. Adams Aegis Home Care Aging Outreach Services Anne & Richard Agnew David & Rebecca Ainslie Binky Albright Loretta Aldridge Dr. John Alexander Ross Allen Carolyn Alli Annice Alt Sam & Patty Amato Margaret Andersen Patrice Andrews Rich & Linda Angstreich Lori Arthur Artistic Kitchens Artists League of the Sandhills Sheila Atherholt Donald & Judy Auch Audiology of the Sandhills AutoWerks Leslie Bailey Barbara Bailey Roger & Betsy Baldelli Larry & Jane Barnett Ken & Eleanor Batchelder Larry & Candy Baucom Thomas Beddow Maureen & Larry Behning Timothy & Rebecca Beittel Kathleen Bergquist Sharon Berkshire Lesley Berkshire Bradley Sally E Berry Adair Beutel Terri Birkhauser Beverly Bizzell Joan Blair JoAnn Blair-Adams Betsey B. Blake Peter & Elizabeth Blick Janice & Greg Blower Molly Boggis Donna Borowick Josephine Borthwick Lucinda R. Boyd Katherine & Bryant Bozarth Vicki Bradley Joyce & Robert Bramwell Annie Brechtelsbauer Scott & Sonja Brewton Bobbie Britt Rod Brower Joan Bruno Jacqueline Bryan Dr. Barry & June Buchele Rebecca Flowers & John Bullock Randy & Cyndie Burnett Nona M. Burrell Martha & Franklin Butler Claire & Sean Butler Amy Butters Jennifer Butters Darroll & Adele Buytenhuys Cecile Callis Anne & Bill Callison Nancy Campbell Terry R. Canter Jeanine Carfagna Robert Carpenter Dawson & Bertha Carr Michael & Jan Carter Mary Lynn Carubba Deborah & David Castle John & Janee Cates Nila Chamberlain Richard & Pidgie Chapman Chapman’s Food & Spirits Charles Schwab Barbara M. Chope Davis & Kim Clark Jeff & Sue Clark Mary Ann & Ward Clark Maureen Clark Donna Clemens Ruffles & Bill Clement Felicia E. Close

Nancy & Allen Coburn Lucinda Cole Companion Animal Clinic Fdn. Carol Conover Rich & Sara Conti Anne Cook Sara Copeland Robert Costello The Country Bookshop Linda Covington Dr. Valerie Cox Patricia Cox Anne Crabbe Peggy & Dudley Crawford Crossroads Ford Lincoln Kate Curtin Melody Curtis Chris Dalton Carol Damone Albert & Annette Daniels Yvonne Daniels Gisela Danielson Jerry & Mitzi Dare Amy Kinlaw & Scottie Davis Ken & Maureen Deceuster Marie Dee Charles & Laurie Deleot Mary Dembosky Robert Slagel & Sharon Demmon Martha L. Derleth Martha DeVault Dorian Devins Susan deYoung Betty M. DiBartolomeo Myron & Barbara Dice Ann Dixon Elizabeth A. Donaldson Bob & Bonnie Dougherty James & Pamela Dougherty Beth G. Dowd Janet Dozois Mary Frances Drake Nicholas & Margo Drakos Patricia S. Dube JoAnn Duncan Chris & Rebecca Dunn Linda & Stuart Dunn Paul Dunn Reitz Fan & Blower Harriet B. Ecker Ben & Caroline Eddy Nina Edmonson Elliotts On Linden Margaret P. Elliott Elise & Bill Ellis Mary P. Enroth Episcopal Day School Sandra H. Eriksson Kathy & Gary Evans Bucky & Jan Evans Katherine Ewing Jack & Doris Fairfield Virginia Fallon Georgene Fayssoux Dr. & Mrs. Homer Ferguson John L. Fetzer First Bank FirstHealth Foundation Sharon Fitzgerald Rich & Diane Flanegan Les & Jill Fleisher Thomas & Constance Fletcher Scott & Cathy Fletcher Pat F. Flint Holly W. Floyd Mary Fogarty Lynn Fonseca Fore Properties Louis G. Foye Bess J Fulcher Gordon Fung David & Jennifer Furie Susan W Gaines Lauralee & Peter Gebhard Russell & Mavis Gentry Jane George Kathy George John & Marilyn Gerney Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gesswein Sybil Gibbons Tess Gillespie Nickolas Christopher & Bonnie Gillman Agnes Gioconda Janice Goldblum Lynn Goldhammer Brandon & Molly Goodman


Stephanie Gorman Don & Kay Goulet Carol Gradwohl Adriane Gram Sharon Granito Joy Grant Mary Ann Greene Dorothy Greenwood Linda K. L. Gregory Jean Griffies Dr. Soledad Griffin Yolande D. Griffin Mary Ann Habets Tish & Steve Hagler Melissa Hall Mandy Hambel Bill & Linda Hamel Katie Rose Hand Robert & Marjeanne Harling Don & Jane Harnum Sharon Harrell Gloria Hartley Sandra Hastings John & Carolyn Hatcher Patrice Haynes Jim & Irina Heisey Christine Herbes-Sommers Johanna Herring Joseph Hill Marjorie R Hilton Candace Hitchcock Robert & Monica Hodges Thomas Holleman Lois Holt HomeChoice Network Honeycutt Jewelers Geneva Howard Lynn Thompson & Bob Howell W. Calvin Howell William & Linda Hrabowecky Cleta Hubbard Sandy & Harry Huberth Marilee & Ken Huntley Betty Hurst Ikuko Hussey Susan H. Huston Annette Martin & Carole Huston Integrated Ecological Design Alison Ives Teresa Jackson Nancy C. Jacobs Ralph & Vivian Jacobson Phyllis & Stuart James Dr. Barbara E. James Arlyle C. Jannuzzo Jay-Kar Contracting Arlene Jenkins John Gessner Photography Johnny O’s Awards Dickey Jones Lindsay Jones Lynne M. Jones Thai Orchid Judson Theatre Company Robert & Mary Kadarauch Nancy Kaeser Marcey Katzman M J & Tom Keane Barbara Keating Tom & Nancy Kees Skip & Sally Kendrick Thomas & Valerie Kessinger Elizabeth Kimsey The King’s Custom Framing Floyd & Nancy Kinlaw LuAnn Kinney Sandra Kinnunen John & Marie Claire Kinyon Jennifer Kirby Laureen Kirk Ray & Martha Lou Kirkland Scott Kittrell Irene M. Knox Robert Koechlin Trudy Koeze David M. Korb Jerry & Jan Kozel Dr. John & Anne Krahnert Cookie Kremer Chris & Susan Kushay Sheridan La Forge Lisa Laidlaw Michael Lamb Marilyn Lamon Wilma Laney Ann Langford

Stephen Later Mark Epstein & Julia Latham Christian & Sharon Lavedan Marjorie Lavoie Sharon Lawson Beverly G. Lawson Alexis Lawson Ronald Layne Janet Lehman Kathleen Leuck Patricia Lewin Janis & Bernard Loehr Linn Van Meter & Robert Long Lori Lorion John & Terry Lowry Janet Lowry Leslie Lucey Sean Lutke John & Doris Lynn Marian C. Maag Lawrence & Christine MacBean Betsey MacDonald Wendy & Mike Malone Jane Maloy Rebecca Maness Kim Marlin Dorothy & Maurice Martin Mike & Susan Mason Marian Massie Mr. & Mrs William F. Matthews, Jr. Thomas Mattocks Bill & Donna May John May Jane Maynard Pat McBride Gleisner Diane McCall Mack & Sue McClain Richard & Maryann McCrary Denis C. McCullough Rob McCullough Elizabeth McDavid Bill & Catherine McDermott Patrick & Donnalee McDonald Lynn & Buck McGugan Joy A. McGugan Addison McLamb Pat McMahon McNeill Oil & Propane Linda B. McNeill Jane H. McPhaul Robert & Linda McVay Joan Meade Steadman Meares Mary Meier Ronni & Morton Meltzer Belize Menzies Charles & Diana Meyer Katie Mielens Peggy Miller Kathleen Miller Cathy Milligan Elfie Alexander & Michael Minns Bonnie Mirmak Ulrike Misegades Lisa Mitchell John & Evelyn Monroe Kamron & Clement Monroe Elaine Moody Lynne Moore Dian Moore Moore County Airport Moore Co. Chamber of Commerce Raymond & Tammy Morris Mary Jo Morris Dr. & Mrs. H.M. Morrison Jr. Mosquito Authority Moubry Family Dentistry Craig & Marianne Moulton Dolores Muller Murphy’s Music Service Nancy Mustin Jane Nehlsen Jackie Garris & Nelson Neil Network for Good Bill & Linda Newman Sandra & Sidney Newman Susan Greatorex & Paul Newnam Nancy O’Connell Chuck & Penny O’Donnell Betty & Con O’Mahoney Mary & John O’Malley Jim Obi Walker & Judy Oldham One of a Kind Gallery

$100 & under continued

The O’Neal School John & Lynn O’Neill Katy & Ric Ong Stephen & Ilene Opet Wayne & Judy Osborne Greta Ouimette Ray Owen Margaret Owen Larry Oxford Burton & Helen Ozment Margaret Page Richard Pabst & Pamela Bradley Paula & Donald Parke Reagan & Linda Parsons Stacy Paskvan Stuart & Alison Paul Matt & Debra Peebles Dawn Penfold Penick Village Chuck & Cav Peterson John & Susan Pfisterer Sandra & Randall Phillips Pine Gables of Aberdeen Pinehurst Living Magazine Pinnock Real Estate Nancy D. Piscopo Thea Pitassy Margaret Pluff Sue Pockmire Shirley Potter Patty Pottle Bill & Rose Powers John Presley Richard Prevatt Louise Price Dr. Gus D. Prince Martha Ragland Joe Rasmus David & Joan Rathbone Raven Pottery & Craft Gallery Margot Rawlings Julia Ann Reddy Tom Reedy Bartley & Peggy Reuter Ed & Jaune Rhodes Ron & Patricia Rhody

Liz & Jonathan Richman Michael Kearney & Kate Rigg Rick & Jeanie Riordan Alice & Wayne Robbins Cynthia M. Robinson Elizabeth Robinson Michele Rockett Carol Gemson & Paul Rogow Rosa & Ralph Ronalter Andie Rose Tony & Camilla Rothwell Larry & Susan Rouse Marcia & Bruce Rowbottom Beth E. Roy Rubicon Farm Carolyn Rudnick Sandy Rudolph Rug Solutions Susan Rush Michael & Irene Russell Raymond Ryan Sarah K. Salisbury Rollie Sampson Myrna Sandall Sandhills Community College Fdn. Sandhills Magazine Linda Harlow & Albert Sanowskis Peggy Sarvis Irene Sauter Neva & Tom Scheve Marian Schillerstrom Gene Schoenfelder Mary Lee Schulte Mary Schwab Dorothy Shankle Dawn Shapiro Charlene Faye Sharpe Linda Mizell & Steve Shea Sue Sheets Diane Shelby Bobbie Shira Daniel Shires PC Housecalls/Bill Shockey Beth & Penn Shore Joseph & Suzanne Sikes Milton & Elaine Sills Sharyn Simmons

Ruth Sinclair Dale & Darlene Skinner Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Smith Gigi Schofield & Gay Smith Debbie S. Smith Jean Smyth Kyle & Mary Sonnenberg KC Sorvari Southern Pines Gracious Living Southern Pines Chiropractic John & Kathy Spangler Paula Spinner Sharon M. Stabile Laurel Stanell Susan Stanislawek Fran Stark Darlene Stark Dotty Starling Janet Staub Mary Steffan Anne Steidinger Elizabeth Stern Josiah & Jane Stevenson Beverly Stewart Janice & Tom Storrs Mike & Sandy Stratil Stuart & Catherine Strickland Sunrise Theater (in-kind) Swank Coffee Shoppe & Handmade Market Angie & Dennis Tally Tiffany Teeter Thai Orchid Patricia Thomas Gary & Jane Thomas Molly Thomas Anne Thompson Wylie Thornquist Dr. David C. Thornton Joanne Thornton Aurele Timken Patricia Tocco Judy & Jerry Townley Sam Trachtenberg Marie Travisano Donna Traylor Paul & Heather Trevarrow Jim & Katherine Tripp

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