“Dear Mr. Shook,” the letter begins, “I am pleased to inform you that by decree of President Sarkozy, you have been appointed a “Chevalier” of the Legion of Honor.”
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Live Celtic dance music. All ages welcome. No experience necessary. No partner required. Comfortable clothes and shoes recommended. A benefit this Saturday for the Raleigh Civic Symphony Association.
Upcoming shows this week offer a chance to visit the SAS Campus, hear this fabulous group for free and double the value of any donation you make at the concert to DonorsChoose.org.
The high-tech focus of Cary business continues to expand with the acquisition of Nexus Oncology by Ockham, a Cary company.
Story and photos courtesy of the Inhulsen Family. Cary, NC – A seventh grader in Cary decided to see how much food he could collect for charity by clipping coupons. Over the course of three months, he spent less than $20 and collected over 1,400 pounds of food.
Story and photos by Jeff Strowe. Above, Second Chance Books. Cary, NC – These days, reading tends to happen online, and hey, CaryCitizen is only available that way, so this is not a complaint. However, contrary to popular belief, printing presses have not gone silent and books are still being bound, published, and sold, right here […]
Our friends at Carolina Parent run a great Summer Camp & Educational Fair. This year, the fair is on Sunday, February 19, 2012 right here in Cary.
Don’t be frightened if you see smoke rising from Hemlock Bluffs on Monday, January 30, 2012. It’s a “prescribed burn,” a forestry process to prevent larger forest fires.
The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce has named its 2012 Board of Directors. It’s a prestigious group.
If like knowing about the history of Cary, you’ll enjoy this free program on Tuesday, January 24, from The Friends of Page-Walker.