Whether your passion is gardening, being productive while enjoying
nature or political activism through city planning, there is an event
for you! Spring is a great time to focus on both our history and
historic preservation. The weather is now perfect for those projects
we have been considering over the cold winter months. To inspire us,
Patty Health, Tiffany White and Michelle McCullough will present a
demonstration on the history of Ardmore, our Architectural styles and
the resources available to aid us in preservation. We hope to see you
April 14th at 7:00 at the Ardmore United Methodist Church.
An important part of preserving our homes and our neighborhood is
promoting houses that are for sale. Ardmore has an advantage in these
challenging times. Medical Residents and students are currently
looking for housing close to the hospitals. To advertise sales to
them, e-mail Diane Hartley at firstname.lastname@example.org. For rental
opportunities, e-mail email@example.com. This year sixteen houses
have sold in Ardmore. We have information that at least one home was
sold due to advertisement on Craig’s List.
On May 2 the Ardmore Baptist Church is sponsoring a Peter’s Creek
Stream clean up. We have been invited to join them at 9:00 at Link
Road for the cleanup and at their church at noon for a block party.
It is amazing how pretty the stream area is and how satisfying it is
to protect it through clean up. Please come support the Peters Creek
Community Initiative through this worth -while event. Please RSVP at
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 725-8767.
On May 12th at 7 pm at our regular monthly board meeting, Craig Monty
of the North Carolina Extension Agency will present “Low Maintenance
Gardening” He will discuss a wide range of information including
drought tolerant plantings. We look forward to implementing his ideas.
On May 21st at 6:30 in the Fellowship Hall at Highland Presbyterian
Church there will be a Southwest area plan meeting lead by Marco
Andrade. The citizen’s advisory committee has been meeting for several
months. Everyone is invited to read the minutes on the ANA website,
WWW.Ardmore.WS and bring comments to the meeting. Please go to
WWW.Ardmore.WS for information about transportation, police beats,
animals and web updates.
Thank you to our local business partners:
Personal Chef Service
Dianne Blancato, Chef
Let Ardmore resident, Ricky McIntyre of Carolina Creations, help you with your landscaping needs.
Call (336) 971-9065 or (336) 854-9903.
Local references available.
Kristin Ranson, Broker
Leonard Ryden Burr Real Estate