AS HEAR ON THE MAVERICK - 4-9-19
These April storms are not the only indication that Spring has arrived. The Master’s Golf Tournament is coming up this week…seen by a lot of golfers as the official start of Spring. One of the events leading up to it was the drive, chip and putt competition for the kids…and one of the finalists in that this year was a 9 year old girl from Burlington. Gabriella Moorhead did not win the competition, but just being a part of it is a really big win for a kid. Ted Bonham has been her coach for the past 2 years. He says he expects she will be back next year. Gabriella’s father by the way, is Matt Moorhead.
Are you one of those who stands in line each year to get tickets to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. They come to the Triad each year around the holidays. Well, the man who founded the orchestra is actually in Burlington this week, to teach music. Mark Wood will be at Cummings and at Broadview teaching a master class and actually performing with the school muscians. The concert will be 7 o’clock tonight at Broadview Middle auditorium.
Another excuse for getting out there and working in the yard. The City of Graham is going to start rewarding you for having a nice yard. The Graham Appearance Commission and anyone can nominate a yard. The award will be made each summer, fall, winter and spring. And yes, you can nominate your OWN yard. Winners will get a yard sign, a press release and a picture of your yard on Graham’s facebook page.