Sandhills SAR Chapter
First Anniversary Dinner
September 21nd, 2021

Pine Crest Inn
50 Dogwood Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374

We are pleased to invite you to the First Anniversary Dinner for the Sandhills Chapter. We expect another special evening. 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
4. Any special dietary needs

The deadline for registration is 9/15. Please send your payment to our SAR Treasurer,
Ramsey Blanks at: 460 N. Ashe Street, Southern Pines, NC 28387


Cocktails (cash bar) and Hors d’oeuvres 5:00 Main Dining Room

Welcome and meeting start 6:00 Main Dining Room
Dinner 6:30

Rolls and Butter
Choice of:
12 oz Rib Eye Steak Diane – A sauce of beef stock, dijon, worcestershire heavy cream and
brandy, potato and green vegetable

Seafood & Linguine Cioppino – Grouper fillet, clams, mussels, shrimp, fennel,
shallot & tomatoes

Chicken Cacciatore – Sauce of tomatoes and capers, pasta

Classic Prime Rib of Beef, potato and green vegetable

Signature 22 oz Pork Chop, potato and green vegetable

(Special dietary meals available by request)

Coffee and Tea
$37.00 per person
Includes Service Charge & Tax

We will again have our Popular Door Prize Raffles!
Speaker: After dinner, Trent Carter will present an interpretation of General Charles Cornwallis and his British Southern Campaign, starting in Charleston and ending in his surrender to the Continental Army, at Yorktown Virginia.

Trent Carter is a native son of Fayetteville NC and was graduated from Campbell University with a BS in Social Science as well as earning a Master’s in History from Appalachian State University, and a Master’s in Education Administration and Public Administration from East Carolina University. He also attended school at Oxford University, England. He joined the US Army in 1970 and served for 26 years ending his career as a Lt Colonel (Ret.). Trent has taught History at Fayetteville Tech, Fayetteville State University, Campbell University and Geography at St. Andrews University. He also taught History and Civics at Pinecrest High School. He has been a re-enactor of the Revolutionary War for over 50 years and his latest portrayal is that of General Cornwallis. Trent is an active member of Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church and is a 32 degree Mason.
New Compatriot Inductions: Victor Burns, Philip Mosley and Logan Wall
Gentlemen – Jackets, Slacks and tie or Continental Uniforms
Ladies – Business Meeting Attire – Dresses, Dress slacks, Colonial dress

We hope that you will be able to join us for this special evening for our chapter.

Mike Fusselbaugh
Secretary, Sandhills Chapter