Fayetteville/Fort Bragg/ Sandhills NC

VOL6 ISS1 2016

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Volume 10—Issue 1 35 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — FAYETTEVILLE | FORT BRAGG | SANDHILLS REGION VOLUmE 6 — ISSUE 1 Transportation, supplies, equipment, know-how — we bring it all to you at your convenience. All this at an afordable price! If you care about clean, call today for a FREE in-home estimate and see how easy it is to let us do the housework! 910-424-8096 Today's answer to the house cleaning blues... Basic house cleaning for the person who just can't do everything! Service includes vaccuming and dusting throughout your home, cleaning bathrooms and kitchens from top to bottom! Quality Cleaning by Caring Professionals fayetteVille/Cumberland COunty At Mission BBQ, barbecue is elevated to a new level according to locals who give it a four star review. It is not just typical North Carolina bar- becue and likened by some as more Texas style. Try the brisket that many say is as good as served in the Lone Star state and sides such as macaroni and cheese and potatoes. The food is so good it caught the attention of the NFL Green Bay Packers who ate Mis- sion barbecue in January after the Green Bay vs. Washington Redskins game. Service is at the heart of the business which pays tribute everyday to military members when they sing the national anthem at lunchtime. Some of the region's best recipes from past and present downtown business owners like Nasim Kuen- zel, owner of the Cameo Art House Theatre, are preserved in "A Taste of Downtown" cookbook. Nature inspires those who visit the region's gardens. In September, visi- tors to the Cape Fear Botanical Gar- den will get the chance of a lifetime. People can walk by an eight-foot tall hummingbird, go nose-to-nose with a fve-foot bumblebee, admire a seven- foot rose, and watch an oversized LEGO ® koi leap about in the Cypress Pond (September 30, 2016 to Janu- ary 8, 2017). Built from nearly half- a-million LEGO ® pieces, the exhibit will feature larger-than-life sculp- tures representing the complex and amazing network that interconnects all living things. Ranging in size from inches to nearly eight feet, a variety of creatures placed throughout the garden will be represented in the exhibit, including a tiger swallowtail butterfy, a green darner dragonfy, and a few more surprise sculptures. The "Nature Connects" exhibit will include educational activities for all ages, hands-on LEGO ® brick building stations, and design competitions. Artist Sean Kenney was the frst of now only 13 LEGO ® Certifed Profes- sionals worldwide. His work has been featured in media from The New York Times to BBC News. Culture is everywhere in the region in the form of festivals, theater and art galleries. >> Town of Candor, NC

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