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Success at the Chatham Social Health Council's Burrito Bash

Posted Sunday, August 8, 2010

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Pittsboro, NC - Chatham Social Health Council would like to thank all the sponsors and supporters at the Burrito Bash this past Tuesday night. It was a great turnout!

We would also like to thank Becky from the Goathouse Refuge for all her help and assistance. Support for CSHC came from Food Lion in Pittsboro and Siler City, Wal-mart, Shot of Spro', Stained Glass by Sam, NC Art Gallery, Piggly Wiggly, Lowe's, Chatham Marketplace, Clyde's Critters, Carolina Body Shapers and many personal sponsors. I would also like to thank the Board Members of Chatham Social Health Council and the staff. The staff at CSHC are the most amazing people to work with. I could not ask for a better crew.

Please take the time to meet the people here as they put their heart and souls into providing services to Chatham County. Thank you to Dorothy Waterson, Summer Conlon and Erika Gabriel for working with us at the event. I would also like to thank the youth volunteers, Damien and Cameron Duck, Jasmine Younger, Josh Huff, and Vicki Delac - these kids are dedicated and hardworking.

Again, thank you Chatham County for supporting the efforts of the Chatham Social Health Council!!

Stacy Duck is the Executive Director of the Chatham Social Health Council

 
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