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17th Annual Taste of Chatham benefits Council on Aging

Posted Wednesday, September 1, 2010

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Pittsboro, NC - The Chatham County Council on Aging invites you to enjoy an evening of fine food, beverages, silent auction and entertainment at its 17th Annual Taste of Chatham Banquet slated for Sunday, October 3, from 4-7 pm at the Carolina Meadows Auditorium. Deborah Holt, producer and correspondent for UNC-TV, will serve as mistress of ceremonies.

Hosted by Carolina Meadows, the proceeds support programs and services for older adults and adults with disabilities, and the senior center in Siler City.

Tickets are $50 per person and are limited to 150 seats, so get your tickets early by contacting Pat Jacques at 919-542-4512 or

Entertainment includes singing and dancing provided by the Chatham Area Shag Association, UNC Lorelies, Scott Boggs, the Pollyfonix of Fearrington Village, and Glenn Mehrbach and Friends.

Delicious foods and beverages will be provided by:

• Carolina Meadows
• Tarantini
• Torerro’s of Chapel Hill
• Mama Dips
• Galloway Ridge
• General Store Café
• Our Neighborhood School Pizzeria
• Elois’ Kitchen
• Smithfield Chicken & Barbeque
• Best Foods of Siler City
• Chatham Marketplace
• Mediterranean Deli
• Carolina Brewery
• Carolina Confectionary Company
• Southern Supreme Gourmet Specialties
• Bean & Barrel
• Horizon Cellars
• Silk Hope Winery

Local artists will contribute artwork for a silent auction. Featured artists include: Perry Harrison, Joshua Cohen, Angel Dennison, John Morris, Roger Lamanna, Anne Bigelow, Eamon Kennedy and Forrest C. Greenslade.

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17th Annual Taste of Chatham benefits Council on Aging
The late Margaret Pollard at the 2007 Taste of Chatham event.
photo by Gene Galin