News Release: Business Members in the News

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April 11, 2011

  SOUTHERN PINES, NC - Members in the News is the opportunity for Moore County Chamber of Commerce members to announce news about local businesses, promote open houses, new hires, promotions, new services or products, expansions and awards. This is updated on a weekly basis so be sure to check for the latest news from your Moore County Chamber of Commerce members.  To submit a Members in the News piece please send an email to info@moorecountychamber.com.

 AginaAgAginThe Country Book Shop     

140 NW Broad Street
Southern Pines, NC 28387
910 692-3211
The Country Bookshop Meet the Author Events  All Meet the Author events will be at The Country Bookshop unless otherwise noted.


December 1 at 4PM

Diana Rupp with "Embroider Everything Workshop"

First Casualty Insurance Group Inc. 

5 + 5 = 5,000 Food Drive
in large numbers we can make a difference!  Join our group effort to deliver 5000 cans of food to the local food bank and animal rescue groups.  Donate 5 cans and the folks at FCIG will match with another 5 cans to reach a total of 5,000 cans.  For details call 692-8303  or visit us on facebook.com/firstcasultyinsurance  Now through December 19th!

Mark Wesley Parson, Inc.
Mark Parson of Mark Wesley Parson Inc. has been appointed to Pinehurst Village Council. 


Moore Philharmonic Orchestra announces winter concert
Celebrate the holiday season by enjoying an afternoon of free holiday music!  The Moore Philharmonic Orchestra will hold its seventh annual winter concert at the world famous Carolina Hotel at Pinehurst Resort on Sunday December 18, 2011 at 3 pm.  The Hotel is located at 80 Carolina Vista Drive in Pinehurst, North Carolina.  No tickets are required, but tax-deductible donations are always welcome.  Proceeds will support a scholarship fund benefiting Moore County music students and will help cover operating and general expenses for the Orchestra.
Since 2005, the Orchestra has served the Sandhills community supporting music appreciation and education.  It provides an outlet for approximately 50 volunteer musicians to perform varied programs of orchestral literature. Members include adults and talented college, high school and middle school students.  It is a non-profit 501c(3) organization and relies entirely on individual and business contributions to cover operating and  general expenses and to support a scholarship fund benefitting Moore County music students.  The Orchestra is a member of the Moore County Arts Council and the Moore County Chamber of Commerce.
For more information, visit the Moore Philharmonic Orchestra website at www.mporchestra.com

Linda M. Parsons, Vice President
lparsons@moorecountychamber.com, (910) 692-3926