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Passing of the Torch for Jordan-Matthews Baseball Program
by Beth S. McCullough

Jimmy Warfford, the longtime varsity baseball coach at Jordan-Matthews, is turning over the head coaching reigns to a new generation of Jets.

“I have known Jimmy Warfford for almost 15 years. His dedication to Jordan-Matthews is immeasurable. It’s not very often that you get coaches who make an almost 30-year commitment to one town, one school, and one group of students. It is noteworthy that Coach Warfford coached five of the baseball coaches currently in the Siler City baseball programs so his influence is widespread and will be continued for years to come. More...

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Haw River Learning Celebration wants volunteers

The weeks for the 21st Haw River Learning Celebration have been set. Week 1 is Bynum, September 18-24, Week 2 is Saxapahaw, September 25-October 1, and Week 3 is Camp Guilrock, October 2-8.

Contact Donna at or call her at 919.542.5790 if you want to receive your volunteer registration forms and information guides by mail, email or fax. We already have 11 schools signed up, now is the time to register for the 2010 Learning Celebration Volunteer Crew.

Please donate food or provide a meal for the Volunteer Crew

Each year, one of the biggest undertakings of LC is providing all vegetarian meals for the entire crew everyday of the program. We need a tremendous amount of support with this and we've made it easy for you to help.

Apex Arts Council Juried Art Show and Auction

The Apex Arts Council (AAC), in cooperation with Rex Healthcare, will sponsor a juried art show and auction from September 11 to 18 in the Rex Healthcare facility at 1515 SW Cary Parkway, Cary, NC 27511. Proceeds from the auction will go to the artists featured in the show and to support the activities of the Apex Arts Council throughout the area.

Artists throughout the area have been invited or can go to the AAC website ( for entry information. The show will open to the public at a small reception at 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 11, 2010 where the judges will announce the awards. The primary judge for the event will be Jennifer McIntyre, Art Coordinator for United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County. The artwork will be on display for the public all the following week during normal hours at the facility. At the end of this viewing period, on Saturday, September 18, commencing at 6 p.m., all works entered will be auctioned at a public sale and reception at the facility. Everyone in the area is welcome to attend and bid on the artwork.

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