Sandhills SAR Chapter Dinner

Monday June 20, 2022

Pine Crest Inn

50 Dogwood Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374



We are pleased to invite you to our second quarterly dinner of 2022. It should be a fun and interesting dinner with a few surprises.  Please feel free to bring your spouse/guest.


Included are the meal selections and evening details. If you plan to attend, please email me with:


  1. Number and names of attendees
  2. Your contact information
  3. Meal choices from the list below
  4. Any special dietary needs


The deadline for registration is 6/13. Please make checks payable to Sandhills SAR and  mail to our SAR Treasurer, Ramsey Blanks at: 460 N. Ashe Street, Southern Pines, NC 28387. Be sure to allow time for the mail to arrive.




Cocktails (cash bar) and Hors d’oeuvres 5:00 Main dining room


Welcome and meeting start 6:00 Main Dining Room

Dinner 7:00



Mixed Green Garden Salad

Rolls and Butter

Choice of:


Mesquite Seasoned Hanger Steak
Old Fashioned Chicken Fricassee
Cedar Planked Salmon
Spaghetti Squash Baked Ziti
Vegetarian Taco Bowl
(Special dietary meals available by request)



Ice Cream with Fresh Strawberries 

Coffee and Tea

$38.00 per person

Includes Service Charge & Tax


We will again have our Popular Door Prize Raffles!

  After dinner we will have a presentation by Mr. Jim Morgan – “Touring the American Revolution in North Carolina”



The “American Revolution Tour of North Carolina™” is an online guide exploring more than 90 sites related to the Revolution and Regulators. covers not only battles, but stories of protests, personal heroism, women, minorities, and more. Background pages summarize the history of the war, biographies, and military life. Research for the website turned up events and details either forgotten, even by historical organizations, or not widely known. For this event, the AmRevNC™ founder and author will point out how to get the most value from the website, and share personal stories about the project and lesser-known locations in our area, like Beattie’s Bridge, Raft Swamp, and the Flora MacDonald Homesite. Audience questions will guide the rest of the conversation.




Jim Morgan is a former professional writer with a master’s degree from the oldest journalism school in the world, the University of Missouri–Columbia. After a brief time in newspapers, he did university and business writing for many years before shifting to project management and business coaching. He has taught team leadership or assisted teams at a wide variety of organizations, including Los Alamos National Laboratory, Microsoft, and Red Hat. He has also written and presented extensively about management techniques based on scientific research, and runs a consulting practice called Full Scale agile™. During the COVID lockdowns, Jim turned what was a hobby project into a business startup, assisted by three consultants, to create AmRevNC. He lives in Durham with a pet ferret, sails, and has black belts in two martial arts.



          Gentlemen – Jackets, Slacks and tie or Continental Uniforms

          Ladies – Business Meeting Attire – Dresses, Dress slacks, Colonial dress, etc.


We hope that you will be able to join us for this special event for the chapter.