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December 9, 2020
Dear Neighbors,
It is with heartfelt feelings that I write to all of you one last time for 2020. Our board had so many exciting things planned, only to find ourselves simply trying to find ways to just keep in touch. Who would have thought back in March that we would still be struggling with staying safe and healthy now in December? It is exciting news that vaccines are on the way and gives us all hope that within months we may be able to start meeting together, but in the meantime, please continue to be patient and wear your masks and social distance. We have come too far to let down our guard. As we closed out the year, we realized that the board executive officers for the following year could not be presented at the final dining out event this year. To maintain continuity for the organization, we have established the following executive board and committee chairs for the 2021 calendar year. We hope you will approve of this decision.

President- Lorrie Larson
Vice President – Chris Novak
Secretary – Katherine Pieczynski
Treasurer – Mo Snowden
Book Club – Susan Zanetti
Bridge – Phyllis Clark
Couples Bridge – Lynn Moore
Dining Out – Pat Sykora & Cathy Slocum
Membership – Sheila Henderson
Newsletter – Janet Farrell
Progressive Dinner – Marty Gibbons & Nancy Mack
Publicity – Becca Leen
Recipe & Games – Connie Heishman
Sunshine – Ginny Notestine
Website – Mary Schneider
Wine – Jeane Kays

Your 2021 board has scheduled dates for several popular activities, hoping that at least some of these can be held – Pool Party, Bridge Luncheon, Wine Event & Appreciation Dinner – also we are hopeful to be able to enjoy at least one Progressive Dinner and several Dining Out events, along with some new activities being investigated and planned by the board.


Welcome to the Neighbors of Pinehurst Website

The purpose of this non-profit organization is to afford members the opportunity to become acquainted with new friends throughout the community. Membership is open to residents of Pinehurst and the surrounding areas.

Many of us are here from different parts of the country and welcome the opportunity to make new friends – whether it be dining at one of the local restaurants, our progressive dinner, playing bridge with the many groups, joining one of nine book clubs, trying a variety of wines with one of our wine tasting groups, and hanging out with friends at our annual picnic. We also have a summer pool party and our annual book club luncheon with a guest author later in the year. We welcome newcomers to join our community.