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									                                                                                                                       Summer 2004

    C         Dilworth

   D DILWORTH       Quarterly


“It’s a Beautiful Day in
the Neighborhood…”
         kay, so Mr. Rogers won’t be there. But everyone

O        else in the neighborhood will be hangin’ at
         Latta Park on Saturday, August 14, for the 32nd
Annual Dilworth Jubilee.
       The party will start early with a Carolina
Volkswagen Dilworth Jubilee 8k Road Race and will end
late with those perennial neighborhood favorites, The
‘Rents’ and ‘Underground Detour,’ each extending their
playing time on the Harris Teeter Stage by 30 minutes.
       Meanwhile, there’s no time to be superstitious
regarding this year’s Jubilee Home Tour, featuring nine
of your neighbors’ homes, kicks off at 6 P.M. until 9 P.M.
on Friday, the 13th, and continues on Saturday, the
14th, from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Please see the separate Home
Tour story in this issue to learn about the houses that
will be open and details of the tour.
       Get a look at everybody’s favorite “Chinese”
house, actually a California airplane bungalow, on Park
Road. Check out the “before-and-after” of how a couple
put two small condos together to form one comfy, cozy
home on Kirkwood. Renovated spaces on Romany,
Kingston, Berkeley, Park Avenue and Worthington
complete the tour.
       The ever-popular water slide that entertains every
toddler in the park also will extend its time for another
hour, allowing more little ones to enjoy the fun. DCDA
Board Member KT Mills has generously agreed to
sponsor a new activity that is sure to delight children of
all ages – a caricaturist who’ll be in the park to capture
your likeness for about two hours.
                                                             James “Bear” Roberts just began his 6th quarter as a Graphic Design student at The
                                      continued on page 2     Art Institute of Charlotte. He also designed the Jubilee Home Tour brochure/ticket.

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A Beautiful Day                                                                                 Anyone interested in
continued from front cover                          Artie the Clown and the horse-       volunteering to assist with the Home
                                             and-carriage ride, a favorite of parents    Tour, Children’s Activities or other
       Local artists will spill out of the
                                             and children alike, will be back on the     events should contact Jeanne
Rec Center into the street with their
                                             Dilworth School side of the park. Once      Robertson at drobertson1@
works of art, many of which will be on
                                             again, the Dilworth United Methodist        carolina.rr.com or 704-372-1180.
sale. Non-profit neighborhood
                                             Church’s Youth Group will set up a          If you or your business would like to
organizations, both new and returning,
                                             tent for face painting.                     be a sponsor of a home or an activity
will set-up community booths to
                                                    The Jubilee welcomes a               during Jubilee, please contact Mary
promote their work.
                                             newcomer to the neighborhood and a          Beth Sensabaugh at msensabaugh@
       Thirsty? Hungry? Not to worry.
                                             new sponsor for Children’s Activities,      carolina.rr.com or 704-332-8320.
For a few dollars, your favorite area
                                             Dilworth Pediatrics (of Presbyterian        General questions about Jubilee may
restaurants will serve you up a hot
                                             Hospital). RBC Centura and Allen Tate       be directed to Susan Jetton at
sandwich, a cold brew or an icy treat:
                                             Realty are returning again to sponsor       skjetton@aol.com or 704-334-1753.
Smokey Brats, Dikadee’s Deli, Gone
                                             Children’s Activities.                             Jubilee Steering Committee
Hog Wild, Maggie Moo, Nova’s Bakery,
                                                    The lineup of additional             members include Allison Labovitz, Bob
Lindy’s and Southend Brewery.
                                             Children’s Activities this year is enough   Grunwald, Brooke Goldman, David
       As this is an Election Year,
                                             to exhaust even the wiggliest of little     Crockett, Erin Holland, Heather Jones,
Speakers Corner, at noon, will
                                             ones: Space Walk, Climbing Wall,            Isabel Roberts, Jack Kehoe, Jeanne
introduce you to local political
                                             Discovery Toys, Bubble Pool, Ball Toss,     Robertson, Joe Huneycutt, Julia Vance,
candidates brave enough to face the
                                             Target Golf, Hula Hoops, Go Choo            Korrie Dibble, Lane Taylor, Mary Beth
cheers or jeers of the crowd. Don’t
                                             Choo and Kindermusik.                       Sensabaugh, Mary Hopper, Mike Fragale,
worry, none of them will give any
                                                                                         Susan Jetton and Susie Fragale. ■
long-winded speeches.

                                             Dilworth Jubilee
Home Tour & Jubilee                          park. Without the sponsors and the
                                             volunteers, there may not be a Jubilee.
                                                                                          inichols@mindspring.com. If you’d
                                                                                         like to volunteer for other Jubilee
Sponsors                                     Take time to note who the sponsors          activities, please email
                 any sponsors have           are; everyone from the flower shop, the     (drobertson1@carolina.rr.com). If you

M                stepped forward this
                 year to sponsor the
Jubilee and Home Tour. Even at this
                                             supplier of the foot booties, to the
                                             supplier of water.
                                                                                         own a business and you’d like to be a
                                                                                         sponsor of an activity or a home, or
                                                                                         make a donation, please contact Mary
late moment of putting the Quarterly to                                                  Beth Sensabaugh at
bed, sponsors are still being finalized.
                                             Volunteers                                  msensabaugh@carolina.rr.com.
                                                    Lots of Jubilee volunteers are
Normally you would see a list of the
                                             needed for everything from the home
sponsors that make this Jubilee possible
listed here. With sponsors still coming
                                             tours to street barricades to the           Dilworth Jubilee
                                             climbing wall. It’s a great way to get
in, we felt it best to give everyone
                                             involved and to get acquainted with
                                                                                         Schedule of Events
proper recognition in the November                                                               The schedule of events was not
                                             your neighbors. If you would like to
Issue of the Quarterly.                                                                  available at press time; go to our web
                                             volunteer for the home tour, please
       But, as you walk around, notice                                                   site at www.idilworth.org for
                                             email Isabel Nicols Roberts at
the place cards in the homes and the                                                     additional information. ■

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                                               Dilworth Jubilee
                August 14th – 32nd Annual                            and Friday, August 13 from 10 A.M.-7 P.M. Race day pick-up at
                                                                     the pavilion in Latta Park will be 6-7:15 A.M.
                Dilworth Jubilee                                            Following the race, at the pavilion in Latta Park (aprox.
                                                                     8:40 A.M.), trophies will be presented to the top three finishers by
                 8K Road Race                                        gender and in 14 age brackets.
                   www.dilworthjubilee8k.com                                If pounding the pavement is not your style, Tim Long
                          Sponsored by                               of Sharksbite Road Runners would love to have your help as
                     Volkswagen                                      a volunteer. You can reach Tim at 704-377-8786 or
             Charlotte Running Company                               tim@sharksbite.com
               Sharksbite Road Runners                                                       Date & Time
                  Diamond Springs                                                       Saturday, August 14, 2004
            RMS Race Management Systems                                                  7:30 A.M.: 8k Road Race
            Carolina Sports Link Magazine                                        8:20 A.M. Free Kids Latta Loop Fun Run
                  Elevate Magazine
                     LazyDay.net                                                             Registration
               Greenapple Chiropractic                                                www.dilworthjubilee8k.com
                                                                                            By August 11: $12
             Charlotte Sports Connection
                                                                                           After August 11: $15
                                                                                   All profits goes to the Dowd YMCA
           ome join the fun! All levels of runners, from casual to

C          competitive, will enjoy this scenic, rolling course
           through historic Dilworth.
                   The race starts at 7:30 A.M., Saturday, August
14 on Berkeley Avenue between Myrtle Avenue and
                                                                                        Post Race Activities
                                                                                      8:40 A.M. trophy presentation
                                                                                      Dilworth Jubilee Celebration!!

Lafayette Avenue. There will be a Free Kids Latta Loop Fun                                      Trophies
Run at 8:20 A.M.                                                         For the top three finishers in the following categories:
       Pre-register by mail (form in this issue), online                                 Male & Female Overall
www.dilworthjubilee8k.com, at Charlotte Running Company or on                              Male & Female 40+
race day at the pavilion in Latta Park, 6-7:15 A.M.                           Male & Female in the following age brackets:
            All profits will go to the Dowd YMCA.                        14 & under, 15-19, 20-25, 26-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44,
       Packet pick-up will be available at the Charlotte                   45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and over. ■
Running Company on Thursday, August 12 from 10 A.M.-7 P.M.

Almost Lost!!                                  Dvorak stepped in and got together to
                                               revive Charlotte’s oldest race, the
                                                                                             basics and make it a great event with a
                                                                                             large turnout, so they are keeping the
                                               Dilworth Jubilee 8K. The event will           entry fee low ($12 pre-registration).
Dilworth Jubilee 8K,                           indeed take place on Saturday, August                Chip timing and finish line
Charlotte’s Oldest Race,                       14, 2004. Scott Dvorak of Charlotte           management will be provided by RMS,
                                               Running Company said, “When I read            and the proceeds from the event will
Will Take Place for the
                                               that the race was cancelled, I made a         benefit the YMCA. Information and
32nd Year.                                     few phone calls, and with the help of         registration for the Dilworth Jubilee 8K

A               fter 31 years, Charlotte
                nearly lost a piece of its
                history. Then a couple
of concerned organizations and
                                               Sharksbite Road Runners, and our title
                                               sponsor, Volkswagon, we brought it
                                               back to life for a 32nd year for the
                                               Dilworth Community and Charlotte.”
                                                                                             may be found at
                                                                                             www.dilworthjubilee8k.com or call,
                                                                                             Charlotte Running Company at
                                                                                             704-377-8786 or Sharksbite Road
individuals, led by local running store               Dvorak and Tom Long, founder           Runners at 704-201-9273. ■
owner and world class runner, Scott            of Sharksbite, wanted to go back to

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                              Dilworth Jubilee Home Tour

T         he joys of the Annual
          Dilworth Jubilee Home Tour,
          besides getting a peek inside
other folks’ homes, is seeing how
                                            are as welcoming as the interiors. This
                                            year’s tour also features three homes
                                            that have won recent preservation
                                                                                        Boulevard), Express on Providence
                                                                                        Road, Park Road Shopping Center and
                                                                                        Morrocroft, Little Professor Book
                                                                                        Store (Park Road Shopping Center),
people solve common household                      In short, these are homes that       Long’s Dry Cleaning (Morehead and
challenges.                                 are lived in and loved. Enjoy!              Dilworth Road) and Paper Skyscraper
       This year will offer you excellent          Buy your Dilworth Jubilee Home       (330 East Boulevard).The Harris Teeter
examples of how to convert attic space      Tour tickets in advance, and you’ll save    stores, Little Professor Book Center and
into extra bedrooms; how to build up        $5. Your ticket actually is the Tour        the Charlotte Trolley Barn will be open
and out while staying true to a             brochure with a map pinpointing each        to sell tickets after 6 P.M. on Friday,
bungalow’s profile; how to improve          home as well as descriptions of the         August 13.
both access and flow, and even how to       homes. The tour is from 6 to 9 P.M. on              Tour guidelines prohibit
combine two units into one. As always,      Friday, August 13, and from 10 A.M. to      smoking, food, beverages, pets,
you will get ideas on how to showcase       4 P.M. on Saturday, August 14.              photography of any type and children
art, display collections, integrate                Tickets are $15 in advance ($20      under 10 years of age in any of the
heirlooms with flea-market finds, and       on Tour day) and are available at the       homes on tour. You may also be asked
store everything from china and media       Charlotte Trolley Barn (at Atherton         to remove your shoes at the front door.
centers to toys and clothes.                Mill on South Boulevard), Harris            You may visit the homes in any order
      The grounds, which are not            Teeter (Kenilworth Commons on East          you choose after you have a ticket. ■
always detailed in these brief write-ups,

717 Mt. Vernon Avenue                       fireplace. To the right is a formal                But the action centers in the rear
                                            dining room where bronze-toned silk         of the home where the living room
Jason and Liz Burgess
                                            drapes mix appealingly with antique         blends easily into the kitchen area. A
           his has the most

T          contemporary feel of this
           year’s homes and has been
designed to meet the needs of a
                                            silver accent pieces. Here you will find
                                            one of the signature paintings that tie
                                            the house together thematically.
                                                                                        chocolate-colored curved banquette
                                                                                        offers a place for casual dining or board
                                                                                        games, yet has a clear view of the
                                            Another graces the hall right across        recessed big-screen TV. The brown
growing family while providing a
                                            from a commissioned piece by local          sectional offers comfortable seating
restful haven for
                                                                artist Duy Huynh.       while ottomans and occasional tables
the parents. Its
                                                                The oxblood-red         can move around to suit the needs of
living room flows
                                                                powder room (the        family and guests. Because all are low
easily onto the
                                                                stucco was a project    slung, there is a nice view of the back
deck and can host
                                                                of Liz and her sister   deck and yard beyond. The kitchen’s
large family
                                                                Katie) uses a           reddish-brown cabinets blend
gatherings (Jason
                                                                painting that repeats   handsomely with only a bar to separate
has three siblings
                                                                the same red and a      one area from the other. The master
and Liz, five, and
                                            larger painting over the spa tub in the     suite is downstairs, linked to children’s
both have parents in Charlotte).
                                            master bath captures that room’s colors     rooms and upstairs play areas by a
       To the left as you enter is the
                                            – an amazing feat for a series of           closed-circuit television monitor. The
office with its requisite his and her
                                            paintings that were not commissioned        bedroom is dominated by a huge black
computer stations as well as a stunning
                                            for the home itself.
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                               Dilworth Jubilee Home Tour
Home Tour                                    over-one windows to provide light and       counters. The house was built for
continued from previous page                 views of Latta Park. The natural stone      entertaining with the kitchen and
and white photo of Chicago,                  fireplace climbs the entire left side of    breakfast area as the heart of the
reminding Jason and Liz of where he          the house and is topped by a custom-        downstairs “flow.”
did his residency before returning to        made copper chimney cap. A keystone                 As you ascend the stairs, note
Charlotte. The adjacent master bath          archway marks the entrance of the           the picture of the Lancaster, PA church
has dual vessel sinks and stainless steel    home with copper gas lanterns on top        where the couple was married. The
light fixtures.                              of each column. Note the unusual            master suite features a view of the park
       With the exception of guests          “kick-out” flare of the cedar shake at      through the front windows. More slate
who can stay in a white-and-silver           the top of the foundation wall.             is used in the master bath which, with
bedroom, upstairs belongs to the                    Upon entering the house, be          its travertine tile and soothing colors,
children. To the left of the sitting area,   prepared to pay attention to the details    has a “spa” feeling. In the child’s room,
is Chandler’s “pretty in pink” bedroom       that give the new construction that         the dollhouse was built by Janet’s
with a bunk and trundle bed                  “1920’s feel.” Moldings, casework,          grandfather, and the small chair was
combination for sleep-over cousins.          hinges and doorknobs all contribute to      her grandmother’s. The Jack and Jill
       Behind her room is a brightly-        the ambiance. The entry holds an            bath is a bright and cheerful yellow
hued play room opening onto a                abstract of New York City, evoking a        with white tile. Also on this level is an
balcony that, in winter, boasts one of       previous place of residence.                exercise room and additional bath.
Dilworth’s best views of uptown. A                  The double living room is                    Don’t miss the outside; the
teal-colored, child-friendly bathroom is     dominated by the stacked stone              terrace features a large dry-stack stoned
off the seating area. Nine-month-old         fireplace wall. The mantel and floors       fireplace at one end. Accessed from the
Kylie’s room, to the right, is more          are Brazilian cherry. Now go through        terrace is the guest house including a
neutral and restful. Her furniture is        the entry hall to the office where an       home theater. This structure was
designed to transition as she grows out      early Charlotte Trolley poster is on the    retained when the main house was
of her crib.                                 wall. In the adjacent bath, look for the    demolished. The exterior was finished
                                             framed HDC approval certificate for the     to blend with the new house, but the
817 Romany                                   house construction. The powder room         interior was left mostly untouched. The
Jon and Janet Jarrett                        has a sink in a converted chest – a flea    stone floor is original. Linger in the
       When the Jarretts purchased the       market find. In the laundry, note the       yard, then exit though the gate to
property in 2002, they determined to         granite counters and the natural slate      return to Romany via the drive.
replace the 1956 California bungalow         floor. You’ll see the flooring again in
                                             the kitchen.                                812 E. Park Avenue
with a turn-of-the-century Craftsman-
                                                                         The dining      KT and Michele Mills
style home. As you
approach this old-                                               room’s five-foot-high          KT and his twin brother, Terry,
looking, new                                                     wainscoting             are long-time Dilworth residents.
house, review it                                                 contributes to the      When KT married Michele, they
thoroughly. There                                                Craftsman feel. The     wanted not just a home in Dilworth
are natural dry-                                                 cherry and black        but one that faced Latta Park. Finding
stack stone                                                      walnut table and        their dream house, they had to
foundation walls,                                                chairs are Amish-       convince the long-time owners, who
individual natural red cedar shake,          made and mission in style. The kitchen      had taken their home off the market
copper gutters, and many large six-          is large and well appointed. Cabinets
                                             are custom made of cherry with granite                         continued on next page

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Home Tour                                   preserving the integrity of the original    examine the unique wooden
continued from previous page                floor plan, especially in the upstairs      chandelier with its falcons. The
after only one day, that they would be      renovation. Off a new upstairs sitting      furnishings and built-in shelves wrap
good custodians of this classic Dilworth    area is a walk-in cedar closet. To          you in old-world richness. The
bungalow. After                             minimize disruption to the home’s           homeowners cut the wall, then took
living in the house                                              original front, some   the French doors that blocked entrance
for over a year, the                                             additional storage     into the dining room and used them to
Mills had a better                                               space is tucked deep   enclose the library. That change offers
feel for what they                                               inside the roofline.   easy access into the dining room with
wanted in flow and                                               Their son Cole is      its hand-stenciled round table,
space. They moved                                                such a fan of bright   comfortable chairs and classic antiques
to the lake while the                                            colors that he         that include a silver service that
renovation began.                                                wanted his             belonged to Claire’s grandmother.
       As you enter the living room,        bedroom painted his favorite color –               The door to the kitchen also was
you recognize the original footprint of     lime green – and even specified the         repositioned when that room was
the two-bedroom, one-bath home. One         striped shower curtain. To the left is      expanded and remodeled. As with
bedroom now functions as an office          the master suite. Now the tone goes to      other Dilworth homeowners, careful
and the second, painted with the rich       a calm palate including taupe drapes,       attention was paid to selection of
blue of Michele’s St. Croix childhood,      redwood flooring and muted bed              cabinetry that reflected the home’s
is a haven for guests. The dining room      linens. The large, dark wood furniture      heritage. In this case, white cabinets
features a handsome oval table and          pieces enrich without dominating the        with steel pulls surround a brick
stained glass chandelier as well as         room. A spectacular master bath             chimney. With two young children,
several of the celadon pieces Michele       completes the suite. With a glass-          the family no longer eats at the
acquired while doing a project in South     enclosed steam shower and a huge spa        counter, but it now is the perfect place
Korea. Entering the renovated kitchen       tub, the bathroom’s design allows           for children to play board games while
and family room, you get your first feel    bathers to look out over Latta Park or      Mom cooks. An adjacent screen porch
for how much this house was opened          look at a TV nestled on a chest.            was enclosed, fitted with a banquette,
up. Careful attention was paid to                                                       large table and a wall of storage for
                                            517 E. Kingston Avenue                      china and crystal; that is now where
details like surrounding the original
fireplace with bookshelves and farm-        Skip and Claire O’Neal                      family meals take place.
style paneling, adding a seating area to           Although the layout has been                A former bathroom houses the
overlook John Byrd’s backyard               changed to improve                          washer and dryer and a nearby alcove
landscaping, choosing the perfect           the home’s flow,                                                 offers cozy play
kitchen cabinetry and finding salvaged      everything was                                                   space. The wall
wood for the floors. While the pot-filler   done to honor the                                                between two small
faucet above the stove may surprise         history of this 1920                                             bedrooms was
you, don’t let it. Michele says she uses    bungalow. As you                                                 removed so the area
it every day.                               enter off the shady                                              could become a
       A look at the “before” pictures      porch, a lovely                                                  good-sized family
helps you more fully appreciate the         living room is to the                                            room. Space under
transformation. The Millses credit the      right. To the left is a former bedroom      the stairwell was recaptured to house
help of an interior designer with           that is now one of the O’Neal’s favorite
                                            rooms – a handsome library. Pause to                          continued on next page

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Home Tour                                  reproduction of moldings, casings, and     slope of the backyard, the screen porch
continued from previous page               other period details. As you approach      is elevated and is surrounded by tree
the television and books. The final        the house, you will notice the uneven      tops. In the family room, a full media
room on the first floor is an old          columns – this was intentional to keep     center is housed over the gas log
bathroom, now richly decked out in         the porch from                                                  fireplace. Note the
black and white toile wallpaper and        feeling too                                                     surround-sound
matching fabric. Instead of simply         confined.                                                       speakers in the
walling up the doorway that once                   You enter an                                            ceiling. In the
opened into what is now that front         open living area.                                               downstairs powder
library, the O’Neal’s cleverly made that   The left side is set                                            room the art is all
space into a recessed shelf unit.          up as a library with                                            by the family –
       What was once an attic is now       leather chairs and                                              mother and
home to two charming bedrooms for          built-in bookcases.                                             grandmother. Here
the O’Neal children, a guest room and      The paintings over the bookcases are       and throughout the downstairs are
even a seating area that can double as a   from the 1800s and add to the              lovely Oriental rugs.
play area and overflow guest space by      masculine feel. The other side is more            As you ascend the stairs, note
using the sleeper-sofa. A cheerful bath    formal, but, as with the rest of the       how the landing is cantilevered beyond
completes the upstairs front. To the       house, the furniture is a mix of           the wall. Four bedrooms and three
rear, the master-suite is located in new   antiques, new items, and family pieces.    baths are upstairs. The master suite
construction that features a               Throughout the house, notice the           overlooks the backyard and features a
commodious and restful bedroom, his        eclectic mix of art that Taylor has        magnificent bath. The floor is heated
and her closets and a large bathroom       collected from local galleries and on      to ease those cold winter mornings.
with his and her sinks housed in           travels.                                   Two middle bedrooms share a bath. In
antique chests. The walk-out balcony               The dining room‘s server, corner   the second bedroom, note the antique
allows a glimpse at the backyard,          cabinet and sideboard are all from the     quilt bed cover and the marble-top side
perhaps to check on their children at      same Pennsylvania estate. The silver       table inherited from family. In the
play.                                      and wood tray on the sideboard was a       front bedroom is a wonderful spindle
                                           gift from Taylor’s law partner. The        bed Taylor thinks may have been made
420 E. Worthington                         corner cabinet is filled with family       by an ancestor.
Jason Taylor                               pieces.                                           The third level is a playroom
       Jason Taylor is a Maryland                  Through the bar area is the        with a walk-in attic to the right. Return
transplant who bought this 1910 house      kitchen and family room. This is a         to the first level and exit by the front
less than two years ago and                cook’s kitchen, resulting from careful     door.
immediately started planning               planning. The island is proportioned
                                           and placed for maximum ease of             520 Worthington
renovations. During the process, the
                                           movement and access to the Wolf            Drew and Peggy Allison
house was taken down to the studs; all
you see is new inside an original shell.   stove. There is a large walk-in pantry            The living room rug and the
No original interior walls remained,       behind a pocket door. Taylor is a big      monkey chandelier in the dining room
although many of the structural            man, and everything in the kitchen         served as the color inspiration for this
elements were reincorporated in the        and the house is large scale.              house – warm reds, yellows and greens.
new construction. Taylor credits the               Opening off the family room        Note in every room the themes of
builders with the exquisite                and kitchen is a screen porch              water, the islands, and family fun.
                                           overlooking the backyard. Due to the                          continued on next page

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Home Tour                                    around the magnificent poster bed.          815 E. Worthington
continued from previous page                 Drew got the light on the bedside chest
                                                                                         Riley and Erin Kirby
        The dining room chandelier was       from Pewter Rose, when he refused to
                                                                                                 The Kirbys are only the third
first seen, and coveted, in Architecture     take “no” for an answer. The upstairs
                                                                                         owners of this 1915 bungalow that
Magazine. Peggy                                                  balcony overlooking
                                                                                         began its life housing a member of the
found this one in                                                the backyard feels
                                                                                         Brem family. A large porch that spans
Charleston. Turn                                                 like an adult tree
                                                                                         the front of the house is a perfect area
left and pass the                                                house. Completing
                                                                                         for relaxing and greeting neighbors as
stairs. The claw                                                 the master suite is
                                                                                         they walk by. You enter through a
foot tub is original                                             the closet, sauna,
                                                                                         living room that has been opened up
to the house but                                                 and master bath
                                                                                         to the second floor. Erin and Riley have
when the Allisons                                                area. The granite
                                                                                         a tradition of reading Sunday
first saw it, it was in the dining room.                         counter tops dictated
                                                                                         newspapers in this room beside the
They had it reglazed and moved to a          the upstairs colors. The tile for the
                                                                                         first of the home’s five fireplaces.
more appropriate location.                   shower was result of a massive search.
                                                                                         Radiators remain although are not used
        The office has a definite feel of    To balance its expense, Peggy found
                                                                                         except for the cushioned one to the
the islands. The soffit above the Ernest     the floor tiles at Home Depot for only
                                                                                         right of the door, a perch for the
Hemingway reproduction desk hides            $.77 each.
                                                                                         friendly housecat. Pause to examine
plumbing from the bathroom and gives                Go downstairs and through the
                                                                                         the collection of art glass and Acoma
a place for extra light – a true lemons-     dining room to the kitchen. Here the
                                                                                         Pueblo pottery and the small painting
to-lemonade feature!                         walls are periwinkle blue with gold
                                                                                         by Tiffany Capers atop the empire style
        In the guest room, the feel of the   accents. Peggy designed the new
                                                                                         bookcase. There, as throughout the
islands is strong. Dark green walls,         cabinets on the wall to the sitting
                                                                                         home, you will find beautiful old books
white bedding, white furniture, palm         room. Drew loves to cook – the Dacor
                                                                                         often chosen for their humorous titles,
tree motif, and wicker pieces are            stove with warming drawer and the
                                                                                         (e.g. Mental Efficiency: Poise and How to
further testimony that Charleston and        cabinets were a birthday present.
                                                                                         Attain it, The Annals of a Quiet
St. Martin’s are the Allisons’ two                  Exit the house to the deck, and
                                                                                         Neighborhood, You Only Hang Once and
favorite places. As you ascend the           let the sound of water draw you down
                                                                                                               The University of
stairs, look right. The shelf above the      to the garden,
                                                                                                               Hard Knocks.)
dining room displays pieces Drew has         which Drew
                                                                                                                      The master
gotten at festivals he has worked with       designed and tends.
                                                                                                               bedroom is on the
his Grey Seal puppets.                       Don’t miss the
                                                                                                               house’s right front
        Upstairs, all is new. The            statuary in the far
                                                                                                               side. Take a moment
“morning kitchen” at the top of the          back right. Either
                                                                                                               to look at Erin’s 25-
stairs holds a coffee maker for A.M.         exit through the
                                                                                                               year collection of
brew and a blender for P.M. cocktails.       charming wrought
                                                                                                               compacts and the
The chair and ottoman provide a great        iron gate to the alley, or return by the
                                                                                         hat her grandmother wore to her
place to snuggle with either libation.       drive to Worthington.
                                                                                         daughter’s wedding. In Minnie Pearl
The painting adjacent to the chair is by
                                                                                         fashion, it still sports a price tag. Off
low-country artist, Elizabeth Verner, as
                                                                                         the hallway are Erin’s home office
is the one in the entry to the closet.
                                                                                         (with another fireplace), a bath
The master bedroom was planned
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                               Dilworth Jubilee Home Tour
Home Tour                                          Thanks to the Millards, you                   Turn right to the hall. The
continued from previous page                finally are going to get a peak inside       Empire chest in the bedroom on the
recently upfitted more in keeping with      this well-known landmark. The 1915           right was a gift from a fellow Smith
its 1915 origins, and a cozy den which      house was modeled after homes                College alumnus. Continue up the
features another of the fireplaces, this    designed by brothers Charles Sumner          stairs to the second floor.
one a rich bronze. The kitchen is along     Greene and Henry Mather Greene. The                  The bath and closet at the top of
the back of the house; it also was          front walk’s shape mimics the curve of       the stairs were added in 2003. The
renovated to be in keeping with the         the pagoda style rafters supporting the      book, from which the bathroom design
period of the house. Take time to look      front porch roof. Look how the house         was taken, is open on the counter. The
at the unusual cabinetry. The adjacent      nestles into the landscape and how the       water closet’s window was at the back
formal dining room, with its own            massive stone supports tie the home to       of the house and moved to the current
fireplace, is crowned with a beaded         the land.                                    location during construction. The small
Schonbeck chandelier.                              The Millards bought the house         corner sink and medicine cabinet were
       As you carefully climb the stairs,   in 1999, after it had been renovated in      original to the house, and mark the
look at the cranberry transferware          1998. They found the book, Greene &          entrance to the master bedroom on the
plates including one made for Ivey’s        Greene Masterworks, which became their       left. Its turn of the century French
that features the Mint Museum, Queens       guide for color selection, light fixtures,   chest, bed from Hickory, inherited side
College and Charlotte Country Club.         and furniture styles for the house.          tables, a chest found at Metrolina,
Upstairs was once a separate apartment,            The living room features an           mirror made for the house, and the
something that came in handy for the        open floor plan. To                                                Arts and Crafts
Kirbys when they took refuge in the         the left is a massive                                              lamps give you an
lovely guest room and cooked in the         stone fireplace. The                                               appreciation of the
kitchen during the renovation. The          keystone arch is                                                   home’s eclectic
back of the floor now serves as Riley’s     similar to those                                                   elements. On the
office with its own balcony. Many of        used around                                                        front of the house is
Riley’s collection of old bottles adorn a   exterior windows.                                                  the original sleeping
railing above his desk.                     The fire screen was                                                porch, now used as
       Exiting the house you can view       a custom-designed                                                  an office.
the backyard with its yard art, bubbling    present several Christmases ago.                     Back downstairs; turn to the
fountain and ramp so the Kirby’s                   In Greene and Greene homes,           right down the hall. Articles and
dachshund doesn’t have to climb steps.      wood is always a feature. The Millards       pictures line the wall on the left; doors
Because this stretch of Worthington         stripped the wood in the living and          on the right conceal the laundry. The
has an alley, there is even rear parking    dining rooms to return it to its original    Empire chest in the bedroom is from
– a luxury on this busy street.             dark color. Furniture here and in the        Dan’s grandmother. The bathroom’s
                                            dining room beyond the arch is               floor and medicine cabinet are original.
2144 Park Road                              Stickley in design; the dining table was             The Millards are cooks, and the
Dan and Devon Millard                       made to fit the space. An art deco bar       kitchen, although small, supports their
       “Airplane” Bungalow – common         in the corner of the dining room is          pastime. Continue through the kitchen
in California, unique to Charlotte          filled with antique glass inherited from     to the “mud porch.” Exit the house to
       2003 Preservation Award from         family. Before and after pictures are on     the yard to enjoy this delightful oasis.
Historic Charlotte for District Highlight   the table.                                   Dan and his father built the patio.
– Dilworth
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                               Dilworth Jubilee Home Tour
Home Tour                                   finds mixing seamlessly with antiques       once a linen closet. To the left off the
continued from previous page                and family heirlooms. Mementos from         hall is a bath and laundry room,
Devon has done all the landscaping          both families are numerous and worth        created by combining the original bath
and has a familiar Dilworth lament –        close attention. Examine, for example,      with a closet. The ceiling in all spaces
“shade gardening is such a challenge.”      the articles in the coffee table vitrine.   touched by the construction was
Go through the gate and return to the       Included are a family Bible, two            scraped to remove the old popcorn
front via the drive.                        antique greeting cards, a sterling          effect and crown moldings were added.
                                            buttonhook, and even an old set of                  The family room was created
2133 Kirkwood Avenue #5                     spectacles. The painting above the sofa     from the original master bedroom of
Jeanne and Doug Robertson                   is by Jeanne’s mother, and the glass        unit one. The built-in shelves and
        The details of this two-units-to-   bowl and water pitcher on the butler’s      media center occupy the former closet.
one conversion are a remarkable             tray were Doug’s great-grandmother’s.       Doug often travels to China – the
example of ingenuity and                            The office area was once a          scrolls and prints are souvenirs from
determination. The unit was                 bedroom. This served as total living        those business trips.
constructed as apartments in 1925 and       space for the couple who remained in                The master suite is entered from
converted to condominiums in 1979.          the condo during the seven-month            the family room. A large walk-in closet
The basic “bones”                                               remodeling project.     was created by taking part of the
were not touched –                                              Across the hall is a    second unit’s former kitchen. The
even today water is                                             guest bedroom. Since    master bath combines the second unit’s
a shared                                                        this originally was a   bathroom, two closets, the salvaged
commodity,                                                      living room, a closet   hall space and the original bath’s
included as part of                                             had to be carved        “entry alcove.” The shower occupies
the condo fee.                                                  from space beneath      what was once the hall.
Jeanne bought a                                                 the stairs. The                 Return to the family room and
two-bedroom, one-                                               furniture was Doug’s    turn right to the kitchen and breakfast
bath unit in 1981, then married and         mother’s. The bed quilt was made by         area. Minus the space used for the
left the neighborhood. Twenty years         Jeanne’s mother and the string quilt by     master bedroom closet, both former
later, the Robertsons returned to           Jeanne’s grandmother. The tea set on        kitchens combined to make this bright
Dilworth. In 2003, they purchased the       the dresser and the dolls belonged to       and cheerful room. The Hoosier
adjacent one-bedroom unit and began         Jeanne as a child.                          cabinet at the end of the breakfast
the ambitious integration of the two                As you continue deeper into the     room came from Jeanne’s family and
into a single space that covers the         residence, note the single remaining        dates from the early 1900s. Jeanne’s
entire downstairs of the building.          load-bearing wall from what once was        mother made the Appalachian fabric
        The front door opens to the         two side-by-side hallways. By removing      dolls, and the table is from Doug’s
living room of the original unit.           the outer boundaries of the former          family. Exit through the back porch
Decorating style throughout is              halls, three feet was gained on either      filled with antique wicker. ■
traditional eclectic with flea market       side. A small shelf unit in the hall was

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                                             President’s Letter
by Joe Huneycutt                             Kenilworth Avenue. Nothing is             get a list of non-budgeted items which
                                             imminent, but we do hope that this        we believe benefit the site. We are

           ate summer in Dilworth            becomes viable and can create a buffer    considering a neighborhood fund-raiser
           means the Dilworth Home           between the street and                                    in the spring to help raise
           Tour and Jubilee. This is the     new deck. Lastly the                                      some funds for this. We
32nd anniversary of Charlotte’s longest      N.C. Certificate of Need                                  will provide you more
running neighborhood celebration. A          (CON) office has                                          details as plans develop.
wonderful group of volunteers does a         approved construction of                                         Along with the
tremendous amount of work putting            the Levine Children’s                                     Jubilee, our biggest
these together. The planning begins          Hospital. This project                                    current project is a new
shortly after this year’s festivities end.   now can move forward.                                     small area plan. We are
A core group of about 15 people plan                It is my                                           working with the
the activities, organize the vendors,        understanding that the                                    Charlotte-Mecklenburg
schedule the volunteers, set up the          rights to the Dennis                                      Planning staff on an
stages and finally clean up. We owe a        Richter apartment                                        updated small area plan
huge debt of gratitude to these folks for    development located between               for Dilworth. It has been many years
their time and energy for a great            Kenilworth and Scott Avenue has been      since the old plan was developed. The
celebration and for raising the funds        sold to Summit Properties. Dennis and     board felt we should revisit it, and the
that keep our neighborhood                   his wife have moved to New Zealand        city agreed. Dilworth has evolved quite
association afloat.                          where she is doing a medical              a bit in the last 15 years and outside
       We were all very glad that the 8k     internship. Keep in mind that Summit      pressures have grown. Commercial and
run will continue. Dilworth has had a        properties will be bound by the same      residential development has increased.
great partnership with our former            site plan that was approved previously.   South End has seen explosive growth.
sponsor for many years and appreciates              The redevelopment of the block     CMC has changed drastically. We have
all that they did. Our new sponsor is        containing Dilworth Elementary            added the Historic District overlay as
Charlotte Running Company. We look           School is full speed ahead. This joint    well as the East Boulevard Pedscape.
forward to working with them for             venture between the Parks and Rec         The county is developing the greenway
many years to come.                          Department and the Charlotte-             along our perimeter. All these changes
       I want to update you on several       Mecklenburg Schools will include a        affect our neighborhood and we felt it
projects going on around our                 remodeling of the Euclid Center and       was time our area plan took into
neighborhood.                                Dilworth School, adding a gymnasium,      account these issues and more. The
       Carolinas Medical Center broke        restructuring the tennis courts and       meetings take place at the government
ground on the new power plant on             soccer field and adding a drive-through   center and the dates are posted on our
June 21. It is located between               between Myrtle and Euclid. There          web site.
Lombardy and the rehab hospital. The         could be some amenities on the site              So long for now, and I look
new parking deck is scheduled for            that neither the Parks Department nor     forward to seeing you all on the Home
completion in October. The hospital is       CMS will include in their budgets. We     Tour and Jubilee. ■
looking into developing the strip of         are working to verify this and possibly
land between the parking deck and

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                                  Table of Contents                                                                                             Editor’s Notes
                                                                                                                                                           his issue of the Quarterly
Church News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Deadlines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

DCDA Officers & Board Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
                                                                                                                                                T          has been Unreal!!!!
                                                                                                                                                                  Deadlines, Deadlines
                                                                                                                                                           and Deadlines . . . all of us
                                                                                                                                                struggle with these in our daily lives
Dilworth Jubilee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
                                                                                                                                                including me.
Dilworth Jubilee Home Tour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4                      Pulling this publication together
                                                                                                                                                has proven to be more difficult as a
Dilworth Recipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
                                                                                                                                                result of copy either submitted passed
Dilworth Quarterly Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13          deadline or not at all. (Of course, it
                                                                                                                                                doesn’t help when one loses a hard
Happenings Around Dilworth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
                                                                                                                                                drive without a recent back up; lesson
Merchant News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31      learned! Thanks to all that took the
Neighborhood News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19          time to re-submit copy as requested.)
                                                                                                                                                                 ✸ ✸ ✸
News Around Dilworth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
                                                                                                                                                        I would like to thank everyone
President’s Letter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11   for stepping forward wanting to
                                                                                                                                                proofread the Quarterly before it goes
Restaurant Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
                                                                                                                                                to the printer. The problem is that the
                                                                                                                                                copy comes in so late; there isn’t any
                   ✸ ✸ ✸ Deadlines ✸ ✸ ✸                                                                                                        time for proofreading. We had two
                                                                                                                                                people step forward this issue and re-
           our Dilworth Quarterly is                                      the deadline date. Copy received after                                write some articles; Patrick Bouvier

Y          published by volunteers (who
           also have regular jobs).
       To help them meet their
                                                                          the deadline may be held for a later
                                                                          issue. Dates for future Quarterlies are
                                                                          listed below. Be sure to write them on
                                                                                                                                                Fitzgerald Burris, a freelance &
                                                                                                                                                technical writer and Russ LeDonne, a
                                                                                                                                                recent resident of Lexington Avenue.
                                                                                                                                                                 ✸ ✸ ✸
deadlines, we need you to send your                                       your calendar.
                                                                                                                                                        In the last issue, I spoke about
editorial copy or your ad in advance of                                    WE NEED YOUR HELP!
                                                                                                                                                loosing my connection or a “busted
ISSUE                                                                                              DEADLINE                                     pipeline.” Many people stepped
November Issue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September 15                                           forward to repair those leaks. But, we
February Issue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . December 15                                          still have a bad connection between
May Issue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . March 15
August (Jubilee) Issue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . June 15                                                                  continued on page 14

                                                                                                                                                           The Dilworth Quarterly newsletter is
                                                                                                                                                 published quarterly for the residents and
                                       Keep In Touch                                                                                             businesses in the Dilworth neighborhood. We
                                                                                                                                                 strive to provide authoritative information from
                                                                                                                                                 material contributed by residents in the
                                                                                                                                                 community. While the Dilworth Quarterly makes
        he Dilworth Quarterly is a                                               The DCDA is a non-profit, all

                                                                                                                                                 every reasonable effort to verify the integrity of
        neighborhood newsletter. It is                                    volunteer organization that strives to                                 its advertisers, it does not endorse
                                                                                                                                                 products/services advertised unless specifically
        published once every three                                        maintain the integrity of our fine                                     stated. The Dilworth Quarterly strives to provide
months by the Dilworth Community                                          neighborhood. The DCDA meets the                                       accurate and authoritative information on
                                                                                                                                                 subjects related to our community. The contents
Development Association so that all                                       first Wednesday of each month at 7:30                                  of the articles published in the Dilworth
                                                                                                                                                 Quarterly are the opinions of the authors alone
Dilworth residents can keep abreast of                                    p.m. at First Christian Church on East
                                                                                                                                                 and do not necessarily reflect those of the DCDA
what’s happening in the neighborhood.                                     Boulevard. All are invited! ■                                          or the Dilworth Quarterly staff.

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                                       2004 DCDA Officers
       President               President Elect          Past President                Secretary                   Treasurer
     Joe Huneycutt               Jason Galek               Julia Vance             Susanne Robicsek               Jack Kehoe
     1223 Ideal Way          1426 Waverly Avenue         1920 Park Road            1701 Scott Avenue            1928 Park Road
    704-332-1540 (h)           704-374-0792 (h)         704-344-1851 (h)           704-377-0776 (w)            704-333-4998 (h)

                                                    Board Members
           Term Expires 2004                           Term Expires 2005                             Term Expires 2006
                Chris Daly                              David Crockett                                    Ed Baesel
            729 Romany Road                           716 Berkeley Avenue                            2125 Floral Avenue
              Mary Hopper                                 John Fryday                                    Josie Bulla
          825 Lexington Avenue                           Belgrave Place                           735 E. Kingston Avenue
             Billy Maddalon                               Jack Hunter                                   Susan Jetton
         1122 E. Morehead Street                      731 Magnolia Avenue                          806 E. Tremont Avenue
            Jeanne Robertson                                K.T. Mills                                  Jim Payseur
         2133-5 Kirkwood Avenue                        812 E. Park Avenue                           1924 Lombardy Circle
               Ron Skufca                                  Sean Smith                                  Shaun Wallace
           2123 Floral Avenue                          1201 Belgrave Place                        1516 Kenilworth Avenue
              Gregg Watkins                                Jill Walker                               David Whittington
           1704 Fountain View                         1140 Linganore Place                          1111 Linganore Place

                                       2004 DCDA Committee Assignments
      Communications                 Neighborhood Services                  Legal Affairs              Small Area Plan Task Force
      Jason Galek, Chair                  Gregg Watkins                    Susanne Robicsek                  Josie Bulla, Chair
          Jack Kehoe                        Sean Smith                        Julia Vance                     David Crockett
          Julia Vance                     John Gaertner                                                         Jack Hunter
                                            Chris Daly              Merchant and Business                      David Walters
   Neighborhood Events                                                     Relations                             Terry Orell
         Susan Jetton                Community Properties             Joe Huneycutt, Chair                     Bill McMullen
      Jeanne Robertson                 John Fryday, Chair                  Julia Vance
                                           Jill Walker                   Billy Maddalon
                                            Ed Baesel                   Susanne Robicsek
                                            K.T. Mills                      Chris Daly

                                   Dilworth Quarterly Staff
                       Robert Neely, Editor                                          Shaun Wallace, Dilworth Online
                    704-376-3158 (phone/fax)                                                704-376-8660 (h)
                   rg.pneely@worldnet.att.net                                                 Jason Galek,
                                                                                        idilworth.org – feedback
               Mary Beth Sensabaugh, Ad Editor
                       704-332-8320 (h)                                               Mary Gaertner, School News
             e-mail: msensabaugh@carolina.rr.com                                   e-mail: magaertner@carolina.rr.com

              Jason Galek, Communications Chair                                  Needed Reporters: Merchant News,
                        704-374-0792 (h)                                    Neighborhood News, “Dilworth’s Future Speaks”
                    jgalek@mindspring.com                              (a new section for our youth), Proof Reader, Church News

                                   Dilworth Community Development Association
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Editor’s Notes                              residents have banded together and         support. If you are not a member of
continued from page 12                      shared each other’s e-mail addresses.      the Network, have questions, or need
                                            Initially, it was created to get the       to update initial information you
our youth, activities, etc. Did you
                                            neighbors more involved in                 submitted, please contact Nancy
realize there is a Dilworth Little League
                                            neighborhood events such as the            Haggart at nquillen@mindspring.com
Team, a Tennis team, Soccer teams. Do
                                            Halloween Party, Fourth of July, the       or Rose Mary Achey at hrachey
you have any idea how many of our
                                            End of School Party and the Merry          @aol.com. Participation is voluntary
youth are involved. Please anyone, step
                                            Ladies of Dilworth Dinner. It has been     and there is no cost to join the
forward, and send the Quarterly some
                                            used to keep neighbors advised of new      Network. Your information will not be
information. There has to be some
                                            residents, babies being born, and          shared with any other groups, and we
parent or coach out there that’s proud
                                            criminal actions taking place.             will not report on any political issues.
of their child or team and wants to let
                                                    Recently neighbors were advised                    ✸ ✸ ✸
everyone know their team is the best.
                                            of several car break-ins on Lexington             Needed: If you have a couple of
If I had a child, every time they hit a
                                            and Berkeley, which seemed to              close-up digital photos taken at the
ball, their name would be in print!
                                            involved cars parked on the street.        Jubilee/Home Tour; please e-mail them
                 ✸ ✸ ✸
                                            Then there was the home in the 400         to me.
       Mark Your Calendar . . . Yiasou
                                            block of E. Kingston where someone                I need someone to write an
Greek Festival is coming September 9
                                            entered a rear door while the mother       article on the housing development
through September 12.
                                            and her children were at home.             at the corner of Kenilworth &
                 ✸ ✸ ✸
                                                    As your Quarterly Editor, I feel   Romany Road. What happened to
       Your Neighborhood Network ...
                                            the “Neighborhood Network” is              those lovely magnolia trees that once
What is it? A large group of Dilworth
                                            another valuable tool we need to           stood there? ■

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                           Happenings Around Dilworth
30th Annual Dilworth Criterium Highlights
by Chris Daly                               in this fun run that                                          reflecting their
                                            raises money for                                              status.
        n May 8, over 300 cyclists took     this successful                                                       Later that

O       to the streets around Latta Park
        to participate in the 30th
annual Dilworth Criterium. This year,
                                            program. “Girls on
                                            the Run” is a
                                                                                                          morning, the
                                                                                                          cycling events
                                                                                                          began with big
due to good positioning in the race         national                                                      wheel, tricycle and
calendar, and outstanding weather, a        organization that                                             bike races for kids
record number of cyclists raced their       targets pre-teen girls. The program       just old enough to pedal, up to eleven-
tricycles, big wheels and super-light       helps build self-esteem and give          year-olds. Kids legs pumped and
road bikes around the one-mile loop.        strategies for resisting unhealthy peer   parents cheered through the good-
       The day started with the third       pressure as these girls approach the      natured races. Special congratulations
annual Girls on the Run 5K at 9:00.         teen years. All participants wore the
Girls from all over the area participated   number one as their race number,                            continued on next page

                                            FIRST CHARLOTTE AD

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Criterium Highlights                        afternoon, concluding with the Men’s
continued from previous page                Pro-Am race at the end of the day. The
                                            women’s race was won by Kathleen
go to Giuliano Ghilardi whose family
                                            Billington, of Boone, riding for TEAM
lives on Romany Road. Giuliano, who
                                                               Fuji. The men’s pro-
is eight-years-old,
                                                               am was won in an
finished second in
                                                               exciting sprint.
the eleven and
                                                                James Taylor of
under race, beating                                                                     roads. A special thanks to the local
                                                                Great Britain, who
several much older                                                                      office of Allen Tate Realtors who
                                                                currently resides in
competitors in a                                                                        helped make the kids’ races successful
                                                                Charlotte, jumped
race around Latta                                                                       and helped with rider registration.
                                                                out from a
Park.                                                                                   Sponsors included Carolina VW on
                                                                breakaway on the
       At noon, the adult races kicked                                                  Independence, Bike Gallery, Fiji
                                            final lap to claim the top position.
off. Starting with the novice racers, the                                               Bicycles, Carolina Sportslink and Diet
                                                   Many thanks go to the residents
speeds gradually built during the                                                       Cheerwine. Results of all the cycling
                                            around Latta Park who let their streets
                                                                                        races can be found on
                                            be shut down for the entire day so
                                                                                        www.teamfuji.net. ■
                                            runners and cyclists could claim the

                                            Faith, Hope & Love at
                                            Work in Dilworth
                                            by Patrick Bouvier Fitzgerald Burris        percent of these
                                                                                        students are at or exceeding grade level
                                                   Patrick is a Charlotte, N.C.         expectations.
                                            freelance and technical writer.                    Dilworth Elementary School
                                                       nfortunately, the Wilmore        selects children who will most benefit

                                            U          Community’s crime rate is six
                                                       times that of Charlotte’s. Its
                                            median income and CMS competency
                                                                                        from the FHL program. In addition, a
                                                                                        strong link continues with the school
                                                                                        as FHL staff regularly meets with
                                            testing passing rates are less than half;   teachers to gauge each child’s ongoing
                                            meanwhile, teenage pregnancies are          progress and needs. However, most
                                            three times that of the city according      children are below grade level
                                            to a 2000 Charlotte Neighborhood            achievement, the basis of selection.
                                            Quality of Life Study conducted by the      Twenty-four children now attend.
                                            UNC Charlotte Urban Institute.              Twenty more may join them next fall.
     Christine M. Beaman                           Fortunately, Faith Hope and                 A critical component of the FHL
     Investment Representative              Love’s Mentoring Program is seeking         program is family involvement. Each
     524 East Boulevard
     Charlotte, NC 28203                    to make a difference. In partnership        family is required to attend bimonthly
     Bus 704-333-6310                       with Dilworth Elementary School,            meetings and conferences. In addition,
     Member SIPC
                                            participating families and more than        families volunteer their personal time
                                            100 volunteers, the FHL Mentoring           in several ways.
                                            Program seeks to nurture academic                  Children in the program all live
                                            achievement, emotional well-being and       in or near the Wilmore neighborhood
                                            spiritual growth within children who
                                            live in fragile environments. Today, 95                       continued on next page

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Faith, Hope & Love                         not only helps children to excel in           school and 37% less likely to skip a
continued from previous page               school and build good character, but          class.
                                           also shows them that they are loved         • More trusting of their parents or
and benefit from partnerships in two       and valued. Each day, children at FHL         guardians, less likely to lie to them,
ways. First, after school mentoring        spend one hour with a mentor who              and felt more supported and less
involves transporting students from        gives their personal time to help with        criticized by their peers and friends.
Dilworth Elementary School to Grace        homework and, at the same time,             Source: A Public/Private Ventures study of
Covenant Church for afternoon Bible        develop a lasting and meaningful            Big Brothers/Big Sisters
lessons, character                                              friendship. Monday            By sharing only one hour a
training and                                                    through Thursday,      week, you can help to change the life
playtime. One-third                                             volunteers spend       of a child. Call us to learn how you can
of the afternoon                                                one hour per child     become a mentor at 704-333-1634, or
involves one-to-one                                             during the regular     email: Deborah.way@fhandl.org
mentoring from                                                  CMS school year.              Alan Seymour, Director of the
volunteers reading                                                    Partners are     Faith, Hope & Love Mentoring
with and assisting                                              Bank of America,       Program, along with all the volunteers,
them with                                                       Charlotte-             wish to thank the staff of Grace
homework in                                                     Mecklenburg Police,    Covenant Church for their unending
addition to teacher referrals. Local       Davidson College, the Junior League,        support. Grace Covenant Church is
Charlotte artists also conduct drama       Wachovia, the Dowd YMCA, and UNC-           located on the corner of South
workshops.                                 Charlotte in addition to many local         Boulevard and East Boulevard. ■
       “We have not used the               Dilworth businesses. South Boulevard is
Children’s Theatre yet. We just have a     the primary site; however, three
couple of volunteers that help the         additional sites open next year at Saint
children prepare for the yearly play. We   Paul United
may possibly get to put on a play this     Methodist Church
year at the Children’s Theatre,” said      in the Sedgefield
Faith, Hope and Love Director Alan         Community,
Seymour. Secondly, children in the         Harvest Center in
after school program are also enrolled     the Beatties Ford
in a six week summer camp. During          Community with
camp, children continue to receive         one also planned
character training and academic            to open at the
strengthening along with tennis            Central Church of
lessons, swimming and other activities     God.
designed to nurture social, emotional
and spiritual growth.
                                                  Big                                 VOCI SPA AD
                                           Brothers/Big Sisters
       FHL could not be successful         mentoring found                               HERE
without the driving force of               that mentees who
partnership. A regular schedule of
conferences with both teachers and
                                           met with their              NEW NEGATIVE & SAMPLE
                                           mentors regularly
families helps to gauge each child’s       for about a year                 IN PACKAGE
ongoing progress and needs. It is most     were:
important, however, to recognize that      • 46% less likely
the mutual relationships we build with       than their peers
teachers, families, mentors and              to start using
children create platforms from which         illegal drugs and
our precious children can learn, grow        27% less likely
and count on love.                           to start drinking.
       The most significant way to         • 52% less likely
impact a child’s life is simply through      than their peers
the gift of time. Individual attention       to skip a day of

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                                             Restaurant Review
Italian Cuisine without Jet Lag                                                                 most requested being Fettuccine
                                                                                                Giovanni, which combines shrimp and
                                                                                                scallops with a tasty pink cream sauce. I
by Janice Elder                                     also available on the front of the house    opted for the lovely Gnocchi Romana,
                                                    and large windows offer spacious views.     also served with the special pink sauce

G        iovanni’s Italian Grill, located
         in a charming older home at
         311 East Boulevard, was once a
         boarding house where Carson
                                                    In warmer weather, be sure to request
                                                    seating on the lovely patio, which seats
                                                    30. Cruets of excellent balsamic vinegar
                                                    and olive oil are placed on each table.
                                                                                                and chopped fresh Roma tomatoes.
                                                                                                This gnocchi is light and fluffy and
                                                                                                absolutely delightful – all pastas at
                                                                                                Giovanni’s are hand-made and this one
McCullers lived while writing her first             Fresh, warm bread from Nova’s Bakery        was definitely made by an expert! If
novel, The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, in             was swiftly brought to the table. Our       you are not familiar with gnocchi, the
1938. This romantic restaurant now                  server, Daniel, made several suggestions    word is Italian for “dumpling.” Gnocchi
offers excellent traditional northern               along the way to guide us in making         can be made from potatoes, flour or
and southern Italian fare, lovingly                 the best decision, and he did not steer     farina. Eggs or cheese may be added to
prepared by Chef-Owner Giovanni                     us wrong.                                   the dough, and finely chopped spinach
Biskulic, at reasonable prices with great                  There are several excellent          is a popular addition. Gnocchi are
ambience.                                           appetizers, the most popular being          generally shaped into small ridged
       Soft music greeted us as we were             Mussels Marinara with White Wine            ovals, cooked in boiling water and
led into the dining room, where the                 Sauce. We opted for the Fresh               served with butter and Parmesan or a
tables were topped with crisp, white                Mozzarella with Roma Tomatoes,              savory sauce.
tablecloths. A glass-enclosed porch is              Prosciutto and Balsamic Vinegar, which              There were thirteen Sautéed and
                                                                           was wonderful.       Grilled Specialties choices, along with
                                                                           The tomatoes         two daily specials. Our server guided us
                                                                           were tasty and       to one of the specials, Soft Shell Crabs,
                                                                           the portions         which were lightly breaded, crisp and
                                                                           generous.            moist, yet meaty – absolutely wonderful
                                                                                  The hands-    with a squeeze of fresh lemon. They
                                                                           down most            were served with a generous side
                                                                           frequently           portion of angel hair pasta, enhanced
                                                                           ordered salad        with a light tomato sauce. A dish of
                                                                           option is Caesar     freshly grated Parmesan cheese was

             O     ne of the most sought-after Inns
              in the South, right here in Dilworth.
                                                                           Salad with
                                                                           Caesar dressing. A
                                                                                                placed on the table for extra sprinkling.
                                                                                                        Three desserts were offered –
                                                                                                Tiramisu, Zabaglione, and a Lemon
                                                                                                Mousse Cake. After all the wonderful
                     “Expect to be spoiled rotten.”                        Spinach Salad        food, we opted to share the Zabaglione,
                        SouthernLiving                                     with Red Onions,     which arrived in a martini glass with
                                                                           Mushrooms, and       fresh strawberries. Zabaglione is one of
          “The Morehead Inn has always been a showplace.”                  Warm Bacon           Italy’s greatest gifts to the rest of the
                  Best Places To Stay In The South
                                                                           Vinaigrette is       world – an ethereal dessert made by
                     Receptions ~ Rehearsal Dinners                        another choice,      whisking together egg yolks, wine
                    Lodging ~ Special Occasion Parties                     along with the       (traditionally Marsala) and sugar. This is
                      Dilworth Neighbor Rates
                                                                           Mixed Greens         done over simmering water so that the
                                                                           with Tomatoes        egg yolks cook as they thicken into a
                                                                           and Italian          light, foamy custard. It was wonderful.
                                                                           dressing.            Coffee comes freshly brewed in an
                        1122 E. Morehead Street
                             704/376-3357                                         Eleven        individual French press, a very nice
                           moreheadinn.com                                 pasta selections     touch. Cappuccino and espresso are
                                                                           were offered, the
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                                      Neighborhood News

W               e have a small amount of Neighborhood to
                       There are two reasons for this.
                       #1 When my computer went down and
                                                                   Avenue for many years. Her new address is 2407 Bergen
                                                                   Court, 28210.
                                                                          Sloane and Jimmy Dudley, and their three children
                                                                   have purchased the Moody home. They plan to move
my hard drive was replaced, I lost a lot of information that I     sometime this summer from their Dilworth Road East home.
had not backed-up.                                                 Their son, Will is a rising 6th grader at AG Middle School,
       If you sent me some information, and it didn’t appear,      daughter Woodson is a rising 1st grader at Selwyn, and
please resend for our next issue.                                  daughter Halle is 2-1/2.
       #2 Your Quarterly staff will print the information it                                   ✸ ✸ ✸
receives. If you don’t send it, you can be guaranteed we                  Proud parents, David and Lauren Price of 2226
won’t print it. The Quarterly is YOUR publication, the             Lockhart Drive welcome the arrival of their second daughter,
information comes from neighborhood involvement.                   Caroline Paxton, born June 8, weighing 8 lbs. 11 oz. Big
                           ✸ ✸ ✸                                   sister Elizabeth loves her new baby sister and being
       We bid a fond goodbye to Carol Moody and her                mommy’s little helper. ■
parents Joe and Eunice Moody. They lived at 717 Berkeley

                                  News Around Dilworth
Little Sugar Creek Greenway Will                                                         worked together to divide the
                                                                                         greenway into seven reaches based on
                                                                                         the characteristics of each area. There
Create a Signature for Charlotte                                                         are three types of land use along Little
                                                                                         Sugar Creek: residential, urban and
Contact: Meg Turner                         at the North Carolina – South Carolina       rural.
Greenway Community Liaison                  state line. The greenway trail will total            Mecklenburg County Park and
704-347-1958                                15 miles when the project is complete.       Recreation, Mecklenburg Storm Water
                                            In 2001, a series of public workshops        Services and Mecklenburg Real Estate

L          ittle Sugar Creek begins         were held, and Mecklenburg County            Services are working together to make
           north of Cordelia Park,          asked the community to help define           Little Sugar Creek greenway a reality.
           travels through urban and        the character of Little Sugar Creek          The objective is to clean up the creek
residential areas of Charlotte and ends     Greenway. The county and community                              continued on next page

                                                                 Italian Cuisine continued from previous page

                                                                 also served, and there is an adequate wine list, both by the
                                                                 bottle and by the glass.
                                                                        Prices are very reasonable at Giovanni’s. For example,
                                                                 Chicken Parmigiana with Angel Hair Pasta was priced at $11.50
                                                                 at the time we were there. And remember – this isn’t a chain
                                                                 Italian restaurant! I would highly recommend a nice evening at
                                                                 Giovanni’s – it has it all at prices that won’t break the budget.
                                                                        Hours are Monday to Friday 11:30 A.M. until 2:00 P.M. and
                                                                 Monday to Saturday 5:30 P.M. until closing. American Express,
                                                                 MasterCard, Visa, cash and check are accepted forms of
                                                                 payment. Bar service and a wine list are offered, and there are
                                                                 private rooms and an outdoor dining option when the weather
                                                                 permits. The phone number is 704-344-1007. Reservations are
                                                                 encouraged. ■

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and restore it to its natural state. Early   from the “Build with a Brick” Program               Growth and development are
settlers believed that dredging and          will be placed. For $75, you can            everywhere in Charlotte. The greenway
straightening Little Sugar Creek would       purchase an engraved brick that will be     will help preserve open space and
allow use for transportation. This           part of Charlotte forever. Visit            create a linear park that everyone can
action along with the massive growth         www.parkandrec.com/greenways for            enjoy. The entire 15-mile trail will cost
in Charlotte has contributed to poor         more information on how you can             approximately $36 million and take 10
water quality in Little Sugar Creek.         participate in this program.                years to complete. Dilworth
        The Freedom Park stream                     Mecklenburg County is also           neighborhood will be among the first
restoration project is complete, and         working with landowners to remove           to experience the environmental and
construction for the greenway trail          many of the structures located within       recreational opportunities that the
begins soon. Park-goers are starting to      the floodplain that is adjacent to Little   greenway will bring to Charlotte. There
see the return of wildlife in this part of   Sugar Creek. These buildings were           will also be educational kiosks along
Little Sugar Creek. Several have             constructed before the City of              the greenway to feature historic and
reported that they have seen the rare        Charlotte and Mecklenburg County            ecological information about the
Gulf Coast Spiny Soft-shell Turtle           established flood plain regulations. The    Charlotte region. Our vision is that
basking in the sun-filled creek.             demolition started in June with the         Little Sugar Creek Greenway will create
        The Westfield Drive project will     removal of Gray’s Bookstore and             a signature place for the city of
be complete by year-end. The county is       Pineville Tire Store that were once         Charlotte.
building up the floodplain and               located at the corner of 4th Street and             For more information on Little
restoring natural vegetation along the       Kings Drive. Plans are currently            Sugar Creek Greenway and how you
creek. There will also be storm water        underway to demolish the block of           can help “Build with a Brick,” contact
treatment ponds to filter rainwater as it    buildings at the corner of Morehead         Meg Turner, Greenway Community
washes down from Selwyn Avenue. A            Street and Kings Drive. Soon this will      Liaison and Dilworth resident at
trailhead will be built at Brandywine        be an open-space park, right in the         704-347-1958 or visit
Avenue where the first engraved bricks       center of Charlotte!                        www.parkandrec.com. ■

                                             FRYDAY & DOYNE AD
                                       NEW NEGATIVE IN PACKAGE

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                                                                  T         he personal medical care you remember from days
                                                                            gone by is here again at the corner of East Blvd.
                                                                     and Kenilworth... it’s where care meets compassion.
                                                                         Dilworth Pediatrics is new, but Drs. Anne Walker and
                                                                    Jonathan Kocmond have 27 combined years of caring for
                                                                    children and adolescents. You’ll sense the difference as soon
                                                                   as you enter the office with decor that is uplifting,
                                                                   refreshing, welcoming.
                                                                            The important distinction, however, is how we
                                                                  approach caregiving. It’s old-fashioned care with high-tech
                                                                  treatment. It’s where relationships are what matter most.
                   It’s our joy in care giving. It’s treating patients like family. It’s making no decision for a patient that we
                   wouldn’t make for our own child. It’s taking time to listen. It’s the belief that teaching is essential. It’s
                   making every family member a partner in healthcare.
                         Dr. Walker learned these lessons from her father, a retired
                   pediatrician who practiced in Charlotte for 40 years. And it’s
                   a philosophy shared by Dr. Kocmond.
                         Dr. Walker is familiar to many – born in Charlotte and a
                   Myers Park High graduate. Dr. Kocmond is new to the area
                   but looks forward to developing a cooperative relationship
                   with patients and their families.

        Latta Pavillion • 1315 East Boulevard, Suite 280 • Charlotte, NC 28203 • 704.384.1866 • www.presbyterian.org

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                                                                                         without the required Historic District
A Word From The HDC Staff!                                                               Commission approval, but with a
                                                                                         permit having been issued by building
by Wanda Birmingham;                         (CharlottePlanning.Org), or we will         standards. The HDC sees this as a very
Historic District Commission                 always be glad to mail you the              serious problem and has directed staff
                                             information.                                to initiate a mechanism that will be
Applying for a “Certificate                          Additions on the rear that are      put in place to prevent this from EVER
Of Appropriateness” . . .                    not substantially visible from any street   happening again. The HDC will expect
              ny exterior changes to         and are neither taller nor wider than

                                                                                         a report from the permit issuing body
              any structure or               the existing house may be eligible for      on how this has happened and what
              substantial site work          staff to approve. Submission                steps have been taken to correct the
require approval, even if a building         requirements are the same for both full     problem of permits being issued in a
permit is not necessary. When seeking        Commission projects and Staff               Local Historic District without HDC
approval, one must submit a completed        Approval projects. Legal notification is    approval. A meeting has been
application form along with drawings         accomplished by staff for all projects      scheduled for early July. The report will
or plans and any other information           going before the full Commission.           be shared with City Council. The
that may be necessary to adequately          (Adjacent property owners, within 300       Dilworth Community Development
and accurately convey what is being          feet in all directions of the subject       Association will be assured that the
proposed. A conversation with staff          property, will receive a letter of          HDC did not “let this happen.”
will help you to know if your project        notification about a week prior that a             Also Important To Remember:
requires a Certificate of                    project is on the agenda). The              Remember the wonderful benefit of
Appropriateness and what you must            application deadline has recently been      Preservation Tax Credits. If you are
prepare. The deadline for projects           shifted to allow a more reasonable time     planning a renovation or restoration,
going to the full Commission is the          for staff to prepare and mail the           please call and we will discuss your
third Wednesday of any month. The            thousands of notice letters. Staff          project and point you in the right
Historic District Commission meets the       Approval projects do not initiate legal     direction to begin the Tax Credit
second Wednesday of each month. A            notification. There are no deadlines        process.
schedule of dates, application forms,        involved for projects eligible for Staff           Historic District Commission;
and the Policy & Design Guidelines           Approval.                                   Wanda Birmingham; 704-336-2302 ■
can be found online                                  IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Several
                                             recent DEMOLITIONS have occurred

  Merchants . . .                                                     If you purchase a business card ad in the Quarterly your
                                                                        cost would be $115.00. You reach all the residents in
          I have some Deals, You can’t afford to pass-up!!
                                                                       Dilworth, and most Businesses and interested parties.
       Look in the Quarterly, do you see “Merchant News?”
                                                                             Total number of addresses receiving a copy
      This is your page. If you are a newcomer to Dilworth,
                                                                                       of the Quarterly = 5,331
           if you just expanded, if its news, we’ll print it.
                                                                     (If two people at each address read the Quarterly, your ad
        I’m sorry I forgot to mention the cost; it’s FREE.
                                                                              would have been seen by 10,662 people.)
          Are you a member of the Dilworth Community
                                                                    You just got your message in front of 5,331 households for
     Development Association, or the Merchant’s Association?
                                                                           .02 cents. (Divide $115. by 5,331 households.)
              If not, you must join and get active today.
                                                                                  That’s almost better than FREE.
         Oh yes, I forgot to mention the cost; it’s FREE.

       Merchants; Here’s the Big Deal You
           Can’t Afford To Pass Up!!                                      Contact Mary Beth Sensabaugh
     Put your company’s name in front of all the residents and                   at 704-332-8320
        merchants in Dilworth, for less that a penny a day.              or msensabaugh@carolina.rr.com.

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What’s Going On Carolinas Medical Center??
               s Carolinas Medical                The ICU Tower Expansion has          have more parking spaces than the

A              Center enters a phase of
               unparalleled construction
to better serve our community and
                                           entered the second phase of
                                           construction with the completion of a
                                           new loading dock adjacent to the
                                                                                       Scott Deck and will ease the current
                                                                                       parking shortage for staff and visitors.
                                                                                       This project also brings road
region, this question can be                        Cannon Research Building.          improvements, including additional
heard throughout the                                With the first phase complete,     turning lanes for the surrounding block
campus and from our valued                          demolition and utility             of Kenilworth, Morehead, Romany and
neighbors in Dilworth. For                          relocation work began next to      Harding.
the next couple of years,                           the Tower. Additional utility             Thank you in advance for your
various construction-related                        work will continue around this     patience and please pardon our
projects will be in progress in areas      location including minimal work in          progress as we improve the facilities for
across the campus that could possibly      the Blythe Boulevard for the next few       the benefit of our patients, their
affect visitors, patients and staff of     months. This is causing Blythe to be        families, and the greater Charlotte
Carolinas Medical Center with less         narrowed from three to two lanes for        region.
effect on the Dilworth Community.          some time to come.                                 Scott White; Director, Media
The primary focus of this communiqué              Construction on Morehead             Relations; Carolinas HealthCare
is the Intensive Care Unit Tower           Medical Plaza parking deck continues        System, Phone: 704-355-3141; Fax:
Expansion and the Morehead Medical         on schedule with a November 2004            704-355-4084. ■
Plaza Road and site improvements.          target for completion. This deck will

Charlotte Dilworth South End Rotary Club
         ur Rotary club has had a very     in the Dilworth Community. New              Approximately $26,000.00 was raised

O        busy and exciting Spring! On
         May 14, we celebrated our
Second Anniversary of the Dilworth
                                           mulch has been spread, and we are
                                           working with Parks & Rec on the
                                           possibility of upgrading the turf and
                                                                                       of which 100% is going to be donated
                                                                                       to Habitat for Humanity, Crisis

Rotary Community Garden                             other parts of the garden in the                       continued on page 25
in Latta Park. I wanted to                          near future.
thank your President, Joe                                   On May 21, our Club
Huneycutt, for being our                            held our Bi-Annual Auction
guest at that meeting and                           Fund-raiser “Putting On The
speaking with us about your                         Ritz II.” The event was held
Community Association and how we           this year at Byron’s South End, which
can hopefully get together on more         is our regular meeting place for weekly
projects with you in the future! Our       Friday lunch meetings. This year’s
club also thanks Alicia Shore of           event featured both a silent and a live
Mecklenburg County Parks & Rec             auction. The items included trips,
Department who now has our garden          jewelry, dinners, and vacation
as one of her responsibilities. She has    opportunities, etc., donated by our
helped us make the garden an even          members and many businesses in the
more attractive place to visit for those   Dilworth and South End Communities.

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Charlotte Trolley                                                                        Fares on Charlotte Trolley are:
                                                                                         Adults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 each way
        n Monday, June the 28, the Charlotte Trolley system                              Seniors (62 years or older) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $.50 each way

O       began seven-day-a-week trolley operation. Service
        now operates from Atherton Mill in Historic South
End to Ninth Street in Uptown Charlotte. There are ten stops
                                                                                         Children (46.01” or taller) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $.50 each way
                                                                                         Toddlers (46” or shorter) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free
                                                                                         1-Day Pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5
along the corridor. Atherton Mill, Tremont Avenue, East/West                                    Riders on the trolley can always pay in cash with exact
Boulevard, Park Avenue, Bland Street, Morehead Street, The                               change. Tokens and passes can also be purchased at the
Westin Hotel, The Charlotte Convention Center (2nd Street),                              Atherton Mill Trolley Barn and the Charlotte Transportation
Sixth Street and Ninth Street.                                                           Center.
                                                                                                To view a complete map of the corridor and see the
The summer schedule for service is:                                                      stop-by-stop schedule, visit the Charlotte Trolley website at
Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 A.M. to 8 P.M.            http://www.charlottetrolley.org.
Friday & Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 A.M. to 11 P.M.                                                Lisa Gray, Executive Director
Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 A.M. to 6 P.M.                                         Charlotte Trolley, Inc.
      Charlotte Trolley’s volunteer tour guides are on-board                                                                   704-375-1435 ■
during daylight weekend hours and during the weekdays for
groups who schedule tours in advance.

Historic South End

          vents in Historic South End can be found at:
                 Emerging Artists Market – August 14, 2004,
10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M., Nebel & Tompkins alleys (between the
Design Center buildings, Camden Road at W. Worthington
       View the work of area artists, which is available for
purchase. Works of art each month may include watercolors,
oil paintings, pottery, glass, jewelry and more.
       Refreshments will be available for purchase.
       For artists interested in participating, go to the web
site. Participation is FREE. Questions?? Contact Katie
Schwartz at 704-332-9590. ■


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East Boulevard Pedscape Plan                                                  that will be living and walking around
                                                                              Dilworth in coming years. The
                                                                              Pedscape Plan represents our best
Will Improve Public Safety                                                    chance at controlling traffic on East
                                                                              Boulevard and deserves the

J           ennifer Porter, 28, is an
            elementary school dance
            teacher in Tampa, Florida.
                                                   City and neighborhood leaders
                                                                              neighborhood’s full support.
                                           responded to these concerns in part by
                                           creating the East Boulevard Pedscape
                                                                                      I sympathize with critics of the
                                                                              plan who are concerned that traffic-
After working late one evening this        Plan. Although the plan is primarily a
                                                                              calming measures may result in slower
spring at the Barbara Mueller              set of guidelines for future       traffic on the boulevard. But that is the
Elementary School, she drove out of        development, it also calls for     point.
the school parking lot, traveled 2/10 of   recommendations to improve near-           A pedestrian has a 20 percent
a mile, and crashed into a mother and      term pedestrian safety. Public money
                                                                              chance of surviving a crash with a car
her four children walking across a         for the near-term recommendations is
                                                                              traveling 40 m.p.h., but the survival
neighborhood street near a park they       limited, however, and only         rate rises to 95 percent if the car is
had just left. Two of the children died    neighborhoods that fight vigorously for
                                                                              traveling at 20 m.p.h. The East
and two were injured.                      enhancements are likely to receive city
                                                                              Boulevard Pedscape Plan may not help
       A busy neighborhood street near     help.                              commuters save time on a cross-town
a park and an elementary school are all            New, high-density development
                                                                              trip, but it will save lives.
elements that can be found right here      on and near East Boulevard is placing      Gregg Watkins is chairman of the
on East Boulevard and are the primary      increased demands on the           DCDA’s Public Safety Committee. ■
considerations behind the East             neighborhood’s minimal existing
Boulevard Pedscape Plan.                   pedestrian infrastructure. New
       For years, Dilworth residents       development
have voiced concerns about speeding        means new
cars on East Boulevard at the DCDA’s       neighbors, and not
monthly meetings as well as to the city    all of them have
planning commission and our elected        the ability to sprint
officials.                                 to safety. Crosswalk
                                           lights at the
Rotary Club                                intersection of East
continued from page 23                     and Scott had to be
Assistance Ministry and the Salvation      recently because a
Army – all organizations that our club     wheelchair-bound
regularly supports!                        resident who had                      Insuring the DCDA,
                                           just moved into
       We welcome Dilworth residents                                                  the Jubilee
                                           Latta Pavilion was
and those of you that work in the
                                           unable to cross the                  & many fine homes
community to consider becoming
involved with our Club to enjoy our
                                           street in the                           and businesses
                                           allotted time.
weekly meetings and our Community                  Good public
                                                                                      in Dilworth.
and International outreach for which       policy requires that
we have become well known.                 we improve our                              Jim Muse
       For additional information,         pedestrian
please call David Hodgkins, Club           infrastructure to
                                                                                    (704) 227-3103
President, at 704-334-4609; or Jane        accommodate the
Richey, Dilworth Community Liaison         literally thousands
Chairperson at 704-348-1446. ■             of new neighbors

Dilworth Quarterly                                                                                             3rd Quarter 2004

Low Level Crime and Miscellaneous Things
We Tend to Step In
by Officer Edwin Carlton                   animal properly cause a                             do we tolerate in our
                                           decline in the good feeling                           community? Dilapidated
          arly in my career I earned the   Dilworth sure deserves.                                property? Panhandling? Door

E         nickname Poopy Carlton
          because of my knack to find
the freshest pile of dog doo and step
                                           Doggie doo smells. If
                                           unaware of it, one can step in
                                           it and little children tend to be
                                                                                                  to door solicitors? How about
                                                                                                this … do you speed?
                                                                                               Disregard stop signs? Store (not
cleanly in it. This always seemed to       curious and pick the doo up and                   park) a vehicle on a public street?
happen at the most inopportune time        show it to parents and friends. So             Leave property in your open vehicle
possible. No one else had this problem,    you ask, what is the relation with low-     unattended? What about this … do
and I began to think I was cursed. But     level crime and dog doo?                    you look the other way when a person
with practice and a keener vigilance of           The relationship is this: people     urinates openly in Latta Park? Walk
foot placement, I less and less found      will leave their mess for others to clean   past the passed out drunk on the
this problem to plague me. I share this    up. Mess for others to clean up? What       sidewalk? Watch a neighbor pour
little tidbit to give an example of how    could this mean? In police work we call
dog owners who do not curb their           this the broken window theory. What                            continued on next page

3rd Quarter 2004                                                                                            Dilworth Quarterly

Low Level Crime                              problem anyway? Have you had your              make it not so easy to lift the hanging
continued from previous page                 porch furniture or hanging plants              plant off the hook. Be creative.
                                             stolen time and time again?                            If you see someone walking
engine oil in the storm water drain?
                                                    Now, I’m not saying not to have         down the street with a hanging fern
Does you teenager play very loud
                                             porch furniture or hanging plants in           call us. Funny, you might help us solve
music at night? Do you? Do you feud
                                             Dilworth because we have individuals           the hanging plant thief problem. What
with your neighbors without resolving
                                             that will steal them. I am saying be           I ask is not hard for anyone to do. It is
the problem? Throw trash over the
                                             wise about what you leave out.                 JFK sounding, but this is very true. Ask
backyard fence to spite them? Do you
                                             Streetwise. Motion lighting, dogging           not what your neighborhood can do
not call the police because you think
                                             down so things like furniture can’t be         for you, but what can you do for your
you are bothering them, or that the
                                             easily carted off, hanging a bell on the       neighborhood. Just pick up your dog’s
police can’t do anything about this
                                             hanging plant, or use anything to              droppings, please for my sake. ■

Dilworth Small Area Plan                                                                    businesses as well as possible within
                                                                                            the confines of Charlotte’s current
                                                                                            zoning ordinance. It will also include
by Josie Bulla                               considered, and because it will act as
                                                                                            design guidelines, something that
                                             an umbrella document that will
                                                                                            didn’t exist in 1982 but should
          he new Dilworth Small Area         include the East Boulevard Pedscape

T         Plan is in the midst of a
          public input process. Eighteen
months ago DCDA asked Charlotte-
                                             Plan, the South Boulevard Pedscape
                                             and Transit
                                             corridor plan and
                                                                                                                  continued on next page

Mecklenburg Planning to revisit the          other planning               Owned and Operated by Dilworth Residents
Dilworth Small Area Plan, which was,         initiatives that lie    (Get your CDs, DVDs & Games from Us – you’ll LOVE it.)
in 1982, the first planning document         within the              Your neighborhood CD store . . . we guarantee it!
of its kind in the city. This original       boundaries of
document contributed to the                  Dilworth. It will
                                                                             We pay the most CASH anywhere for
preservation of the historic fabric of       look at our
                                                                             used CDs, DVDs & Games (PS2, XBox,
Dilworth. It is a nine page, typewritten     neighborhood as a               GameCube) of all types.
document that looks very out of date         cohesive district               We have the BEST SELECTION!
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the Central District Plan of 1993,           and consider how
which added some design                      the different
recommendations and technically              commercial and
superceded the original small area plan,     residential parts of
but built on its land use                    the neighborhood
recommendations. Some of the land            relate to each
use and density recommendations              other and how the
included the old small area plan and         neighborhood as a
                                                                               100s of New Titles Everyday!
the Central District Plan contributed to     whole relates and
the difficulty of several rezonings in       connects to the          Shop in the Neighborhood!
the recent past.                             larger city. It will
        The current process will result in   reflect the
                                                                                         601 S. Kings Drive
                                                                                    (between Pancho & Lefty’s & Olé Olé)
a plan that will also be a first for the     priorities of our
city, both in the size of the area           residents and                          704-333-DISC (3472)

Dilworth Quarterly                                                                                             3rd Quarter 2004

Dilworth Small Area Plan                           A small group of dedicated area            Anyone is welcome to attend
continued from previous page               residents and business owners are           these meetings and everyone is
                                           meeting with Kathy Cornett and other        encouraged to look on the internet at
significantly contribute to the
                                           staff members with the Charlotte-           www.charmeck.org/departments/
effectiveness of the document. During
                                           Mecklenburg Planning Commission             planning under area plans for a
this process we will also attempt to
                                           about twice a month. Meetings began         meeting schedule and updates. It will
bring some problems to the attention
                                           on March 29 and will continue               take another year for the Small Area
of the Planning Commission. The most
                                           through the summer. Topics under            Plan to be drafted and then adopted by
important of these is difficulty of
                                           discussion include land use and             city council. After its acceptance, this
planning the future of a living historic
                                           intensity of uses in problematic areas      document will guide policy decisions
neighborhood using a zoning code that
                                           (especially around the edges of the         and planning staff recommendations
was written to perpetuate suburban
                                           neighborhood), how to achieve a             when rezonings are proposed for the
development that has only limited
                                           balance of transportation facilities to     next 10 to 15 years. Your involvement
applicability here. While the Small
                                           accommodate pedestrians, cyclists,          and comments are welcome and
Area Plan cannot address this problem,
                                           private motorists and public                encouraged. Please contact Joe
it can serve as a vehicle for dialogue
                                           transportation users, the role of the       Huneycutt, Josie Holden Bulla
with the appropriate people in city and
                                           greenway and parks, and parking             (704-375-0393) or Kathy Cornett at
county governments to address the
                                           issues.                                     Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning
issue more effectively.
                                                                                       (704-336-4845) to comment or to
                                                                                       receive more information. ■

                                                                 Freedom Park Indoor
                                                                 Shelter Update
                                                                 Peggy L. Brown
                                                                 Mecklenburg County Park & Rec

                                                                               emember Freedom Park’s only indoor shelter?
                                                                               It was known as only a shelter from inclement
                                                                               weather. Now, that structure is being replaced
                                                                 with a building that will be bright, inviting and a great space
                                                                 for community meetings. This building will feature large
                                                                 windows that will allow the beautiful rolling terrain of
                                                                 Freedom Park to be seen year ’round. Outdoor spaces will
                                                                 include a patio; two large terraces and large trellises with
                                                                 plants in the landscape near the building. The large trees that
                                                                 surround this area will be protected during the construction
                                                                 allowing them to continue to provide a natural canopy for
                                                                 this area of the park. Watch this newsletter for future updates
                                                                 on this project. ■

3rd Quarter 2004                                                                                              Dilworth Quarterly

Hello from Charlotte Fire Station No. Two
by Captain JT Creasman                     research what exactly was needed in a                     Drivers of fire trucks are
                                           vehicle to accomplish the many tasks               firefighters that have achieved the rank
                e invite you to stop by    required of a modern fire                                   of Engineer. A firefighter must

W               the Fire Station and see
                our new fire trucks. We
are very proud of them and will be
                                           truck. The old Engine and
                                           Ladder trucks have been put
                                           in the reserve fleet where they
                                                                                                       have four year’s experience
                                                                                                       with the Department, acquire
                                                                                                       additional training on the
happy to show you every detail of the      will continue to be used. The                               operation of fire apparatus,
latest in fire service equipment           life of a first line fire truck                             and participate in a
technology. Both Engine and Ladder         averages ten years and more than a                 competitive promotional process to
Two were manufactured by SMEAL, a          hundred thousand miles. Trucks then                achieve this rank.
company located in Snyder, Nebraska.       serve in the Fire Department reserve                      Remember that the station house
The trucks represent the result of ten     fleet until parts for them can no longer           is your Fire Station and you are
year’s planning. The planning process      be easily obtained and they are sold at            welcome to stop by anytime. ■
included a committee of firefighters       auction.
who volunteered their off-duty time to

Dilworth Child-Care Development Center has a
program for your child
Transitional Kindergarten                  needing an extra year of enrichment                2004-2005 After School
                                           before entering kindergarten. The class
Program!                                                                                      Program!
                                           is limited to 14 children and

D           CDC offers an all-day,
            transitional kindergarten
            program for those children
who miss the Charlotte-Mecklenburg
                                           incorporates reading, math skills, story
                                           writing, computer work, field trips and
                                           many hands-on experiences. To learn
                                                                                                     Register now for DCDC’s 2004-
                                                                                              2005 after school program. The
                                                                                              program operates from 2:00-6:00 P.M.
                                                                                              daily, and the cost is $75.00 per week
                                           more about the program, call
school system’s cut-off date, or those     704-333-7225.
                                                                                                                 continued on next page

                    DILWORTH • MYERS PARK • UPTOWN
                                                            1315 EAST BLVD. • SUITE 260 • IN LATTA PAVILION
                                                                NEW PATIENTS WELCOME

                                             Dr. Edward Shapiro
                                                        GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY
                                              •   Crowns & Bridges            • Tooth Colored Fillings
                                              •   Metal Free Crowns           • Tooth Whitening (Bleaching)
                                              •   Porcelain Veneers           • Implant Crowns & Bridges
                                              •   Cleaning
                    Dr. Shapiro & Family      •   Dentures                             MOST INSURANCE ACCEPTED

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Renovation of Dilworth School                                                          funding will be required to fully build out
                                                                                       the amphitheater, the small park by the
                                                                                       yellow flashing light at Euclid and Park, the
and Euclid Center on Schedule                                                          fountain outside the main entrance, and
                                                                                       brick pavers in the entry plaza.
Dilworth School Kicks Off Partnership
                                                                     School Kicks Off Blumenthal Partnership
with Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
                                                                            At a press conference on April, CMS Superintendent
            ecent meetings between DCDA leaders and CMS

R           personnel have confirmed that the renovation of
            the Dilworth School campus, including the Euclid
Center, is on schedule.
                                                                     Dr. James Pughsley announced the selection of Dilworth
                                                                     School for a 5-year partnership with the N.C. Blumenthal
                                                                     Performing Arts Center Education Institute. This partnership
                                                                     will provide the programmatic underpinnings for the
What is the timetable?                                               outstanding arts campus the Dilworth community will enjoy
                                                                     when construction of the new campus is complete.
      Dilworth School will be moving this Christmas break,
                                                                            Dilworth students currently receive weekly classes in
2004 to its temporary location at the old Barringer
                                                                     theater, dance, art and music. With this partnership, the arts
Elementary School. New construction and renovation of the
                                                                     community and CMS have come together to design a
Dilworth campus will begin at this time. Work on the Euclid
                                                                     powerhouse of arts and education. The partnership will
Center may begin as early as late August.
                                                                     provide informative orientation sessions, professional
      It is anticipated that the project will take 18-24
                                                                     development; workshops on arts integration, curriculum
months. The grand opening of the new campus should
                                                                     development planning, and arts integrated classroom
roughly coincide with the school’s 100-year anniversary.
                                                                     instruction; and ongoing program assessment and
What is the status of the funding?                                   evaluation. Experienced local, state and national arts
                                                                     integration specialists will facilitate workshops and sessions
       You have read that the School Board and County
                                                                     for Dilworth staff.
Commission are continuing to look at the possibilities of
                                                                            Questions? www.euclidcenter.org ■
diverting previously approved bond monies to new suburban
construction. We continue to believe that the Dilworth
project is not a candidate for diversion of bond funds by
virtue of the fact that it is so far along, the school is slightly   Dilworth Small Area Plan
over capacity, and the project is a joint use project.               continued from previous page

What is the status of the community-                                 (there are additional daily charges for when CMS schools are
                                                                     closed and the program operates on a full-day schedule).
requested campus enhancements?
                                                                     Transportation is currently available from Eastover
      DCDA leaders got an update on the financial status of
                                                                     Elementary, Dilworth Elementary and Selwyn Elementary.
some of the campus enhancements requested by the
                                                                     The program provides an activity-filled environment that
community, and await final numbers as to costs associated
                                                                     includes field trips, snacks, arts & crafts, cooking, time for
with these enhancements. It is virtually certain that private
                                                                     homework and playground activities. To reserve a space, call
                                    Specializing in Manual                  Mother’s Morning Out at Dilworth United Methodist
                                     Lymph Drainage for:             Church begins September 7, 2004. The program will run till
                                 • Migraine Headache Relief          May 26, 2005. Children will learn and grow through active
                                 • Chronic Sinusitis
                                 • Pain/swelling from scars          participation in a variety of developmentally-appropriate
                                 and injuries ... pre- and post      activities in a nurturing Christian environment. Located in
     operative to reduce swelling and decrease healing time
                                                                     the Children’s Building at 605 East Boulevard; now enrolling
                 Evening appointments available
                                                                     for ages one (as of 10/15) through four years of age. Please
        Located in Midtown – 841 Baxter Street, Suite 120
                        (704) 332-3393                               contact Sara Kane at 704-333-4173 ext. 191 for more
                                                                     information. ■

3rd Quarter 2004                                                                                            Dilworth Quarterly

   Dilworth Visual and Performing Arts Elementary School Recognized as School of
   Distinction 2002-2003
          “A ten-year study indicates that students who study music achieve higher test scores, regardless of socio-economic
   background.” Dr. James Catterall, UCLA
          “A 1997 study of elementary students in an arts-based program concluded that students’ math test scores rose as
   their time in arts education classes increased” – “Arts Exposure and Class Performances.” Phi Delta Kappon, Oct. 1998

                                            Merchant News

         lder Art Gallery announces an      business,” says Elder. “We are fortunate      former elite runners. In addition to
         expansion to its current gallery   to be positioned within the South End         offering running and walking
         location at 1427 South             arts district and are enjoying the            equipment, the store offers coaching
Boulevard in Charlotte’s Historic South     excitement of being located within            and training programs throughout the
End District. The new gallery space,        such a vibrant location of the city.”         year.
which is approximately one-third of                          ✸ ✸ ✸                               Owner Scott Dvorak ran his
the current gallery size, will showcase             Dilworth Paper Company, a             business for 3-1/2 years at a SouthEnd
work from the gallery’s current stable      neighborhood stationer has relocated          location and knew he wanted to stay in
of artists, as well as new artists who      its business to a larger space located at     the area. A former elite runner himself,
will be joining the gallery’s roster.       1814 Lombardy Circle. The store               Dvorak has dominated the local race
       “The Charlotte market has            reopened in March and is now housed           scene for the past 10 years and is the
embraced our concept of providing a         in a charming cottage behind Vidalia &        course record holder for the Dilworth
friendly environment with exceptional,      Grapes. For four years, Dilworth Paper        Jubilee 8K. His business is a driving
original artwork that covers a full         has offered the neighborhood a unique         force behind many of Charlotte’s larger
spectrum of styles and price points,”       selection of fine stationary, invitations,
                                                                                                                  continued on next page
says owner Larry Elder. “In our             and birth announcements. The store
relatively brief history in the Charlotte   hours are M-F 10-5:30 or by
art scene we have been able to strike a     appointment after hours and on                     Reflexology
                                                                                                  In a relaxed, serene environment
chord with serious collectors as well as    weekends. For more information, call                   • Relaxation (Ingham Method)
new collectors in the private and           704-373-0488 or visit their website at                 • Therapeutic (Zoku Shin Do)
                                                                                                            • Integrative
corporate arenas.”                          www.dilworthpaper.com.                                (combined with other therapies)
       Elder Art Gallery represents                          ✸ ✸ ✸                                             ❖ ❖ ❖
approximately thirty-five                           The Charlotte Running                                 All sessions include:
                                                                                               Relaxing footbath, reflexology session,
contemporary American artists and a         Company, a running specialty store,                 and foot massage with essential oils
collection of Russian Impressionist         has relocated into the heart of                    Bring this ad in for $5.00 off first session
paintings. In addition, the gallery is      Dilworth into a larger 2400 sq. ft. space                          ❖ ❖ ❖

the exclusive representative for the        at 1412-G East Boulevard in the
Leon A. Makielski Collection painted        Dilworth Gardens Shopping Plaza. The
between 1905 and 1965.                      store specializes in gait analysis, fitting
                                                                                                   Tanya Wilson, LMBT, CLT
       “The new space will allow us to      and selling of running and walking                   Certified Integrative Reflexologist
                                                                                                        841 Baxter, Suite 120
respond to the demands of our market        shoes, performance apparel and
                                                                                                  Evening Appointments Available
while staying in our current location       accessories. They cater to runners of all                    To Schedule Call:
which has been a huge asset for our         abilities and offer assistance from                         (704) 332-3393

Dilworth Quarterly                                                                                               3rd Quarter 2004

Merchant News                             personal training, chiropractic care,          at www.demoisellenc.com or call them
continued from previous page              massage therapy and tanning beds.              at 704-377-3351.
                                          Stop by for a tour M-Thur. 5 A.M. –                             ✸ ✸ ✸
road races including the Charlotte
                                          10 P.M., Fri. 5 A.M. – 8 P.M., Sat. 8 A.M. –           1-on-1 Fitness Training is
RaceFest Half Marathon and 10K. For
                                          5 P.M. and Sun. 10 A.M. – 5 P.M. or visit      nestled on the edge of Dilworth in
more information on event schedules
                                          them at www.peakfitnessclubs.com. For          historic Southend in a charming, yet
and results, you can visit them at
                                          more information, contact general              spacious two-story loft studio
www.charlotterunning.com or call
                                          manager Adrian Stout at 704-332-4500.          comprised of fitness equipment and an
them at 704-377-URUN (8786).
                                                           ✸ ✸ ✸                         air of positive energy. The studio, 1-on-
                ✸ ✸ ✸
                                                 Are you a bride looking for the         1 Fitness Training, is not a public gym
       Peak Fitness, a nationally
                                          best for your bridesmaids? Then look           but rather a by-appointment-only
recognized fitness club with 11
                                          no further. Demoiselle, a boutique             facility where clients can be sure to
locations in the Charlotte area opened
                                          dedicated to bridesmaids, has opened           have a true one-on-one personal
its doors for business in March. It is
                                          in South End. The boutique offers              training experience. At most, there are
currently located in a 20,000 sq. ft.
                                          stylish bridesmaid dresses, special            three trainers each with their client in
space encompassing the entire first
                                          occasion dresses and accessories from          the facility at the same time … no
floor of the Morehead Building at 1001
                                          recognized designers such as Nicole            waiting for benches or equipment, the
Morehead Square Drive on the corner
                                          Miller, Songi, Currie Bonner and               concept here is to provide a full hour
of Tryon & Morehead Street (across
                                          Charsa. Owners C.J. Bostrom and                of exercise without the crowd, and for
from the Summit Grandview
                                          Aubre Zerebnick opened the boutique            the same price one would typically pay
Condominiums). The gym offers state-
                                          in January at 1700 Camden Road, Suite          a trainer at local gyms. Pending the
of-the-art cardio and nautilus fitness
                                          102 in The Kingston Building. Their            client’s goals, each routine is cultivated
equipment, up to 40 aerobic classes per
                                          hours are Tues.-Sat. 10-6 and by               towards achieving individual results
week, 20,000 lbs. of free weights and
                                          appointment only Thursdays after               with emphasis on functional and
free childcare. In addition, for a
                                          hours and Sundays. You can visit them          strength training by use of balance and
nominal fee, the gym will offer
                                                                                         stability aids along with cardio
                                                                                         equipment and free weights.
                 Disco mers
                                                                                                 Due to the nature of the training
            1 0%     tous                                                                style, the studio is not crammed with a
                  ew C
             For N h This Ad                                                             lot of machines, rather, when one
                                                                                         walks through the doorway they are
                                                                                         greeted with an airiness framed by
                   www.jmgraphicsinc.com                                                 exposed brick walls, 20’ ceilings and
                Printers of the Dilworth Quarterly                                       hardwood floors. A full bath and
                                                                                         separate changing area with vanity
                          704-375-1147                                                   table and lights invites clients to
                                                                                         shower and then get ready for work or
                                                                                         play after their workout. Coffee brews
                                                                                         in the morning for those who need a
                                                                                         little extra perk while water bottles are
                                                                                         always waiting in the kitchen’s fridge
                                                                                         for each training session. Perhaps
                                                                                         you’re reading this finding it hard to
                                                                                         believe a personal training facility
                                                                                         could be so inviting, but this is one

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Merchant News                              NAWBO member who has                      and her design team, Jill Snyder and
continued from previous page               demonstrated entrepreneurial creativity   Amy Flingos, worked their unique
                                           and determination in successfully         brand of magic to achieve a versatile
you truly have to experience yourself,
                                           managing a business that is less than     makeover that would transition
and thankfully, you can, just by calling
                                           five years old.                           beautifully from the workplace into the
their number and leaving a message as
                                                  Home Instead Senior Care of        evening.
most likely the trainers are working
                                           Charlotte recently presented a $12,500           The stylish new look was
with their clients. These next 10 digits
                                           grant check to the Parkinson              unveiled to family and co-workers at
could start you on a journey of health
                                           Association of the Carolinas on behalf    Tutto Mondo Lounge. Look for this
and happiness! 1-on-1 Fitness Training:
                                           of the Home Instead Senior Care           exciting episode to air on WAXN,
704-377-2002. Address: 2108 S.
                                           Foundation. The Parkinson                 channel 10, this fall.
Boulevard, Suite 113 in Atherton Lofts
                                           Association, a nonprofit organization            For your very own makeover
(behind By Design Furniture).
                                           based in Charlotte was provided the       (minus the Ambush) you can contact
                 ✸ ✸ ✸
                                           grant monies to implement a Respite       Urban Bliss Salon at 704-358-8313.
        Presenting…., your local gift
                                           Care Program for Parkinson’s patients
shop in Kenilworth Commons, is
                                           and their families in North Carolina.
extending their “Southern Hospitality.”
                                                            ✸ ✸ ✸                                  ✸ ✸ ✸
They will be offering a 35% discount
                                              Reality TV Hits South End Salon              Kevin Raymer a resident of
off your next purchase during the
                                                  Urban Bliss Salon will be          Brookside Avenue, recently joined
month of August on non-sale
                                           featured on “Ambush Makeover,” a
merchandise. To receive your discount,                                                                 continued on next page
                                           national reality TV show. Television
you must bring in this Jubilee Issue of
the Dilworth Quarterly.
                                           “Ambushed” an
                 ✸ ✸ ✸
                                           unsuspecting bank
        Paige Bickel-Sweet is the
                                           employee during
founder and president of Paige Bickel
                                           her lunch break
Fine Jewelry and Design, located at 909
                                           and brought her to
East Boulevard. Paige recently received
                                           the hip South End
the honor of “Volunteer Of The Year,”
                                           Salon for a
during The Carolina’s Chapter of
Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of
                                           makeover; hair cut,
America (CCFA) annual Gala Benefit at
                                           color and makeup
the Westin Hotel. Since joining CCFA
six years ago, Bickel-Sweet has
dedicated her time and energy to
                                           located at the
fulfilling the organization’s mission
                                           corner of East
and to inspiring its members.
                                           Boulevard and
                 ✸ ✸ ✸
                                           Camden Road,
        The Charlotte chapter of the
                                           Urban Bliss Salon is
National Association of Women Business
                                           the vision of
Owners gave it’s 2004 Rising Star of the
                                           former Wella
Year award to Roberta B. Farnum, co-
                                           Educator and
owner of Home Instead Senior Care of
                                           Platform Artist,
Charlotte at the 19th annual awards
                                           Andrea Early.
gala at the Westin Hotel. Their offices
                                           Skilled at creating
are located at 1409 E. Boulevard. The
                                           new looks, Early
Rising Star Award is presented to a

Dilworth Quarterly                                                                                            3rd Quarter 2004

Merchant News                               developing an                                     Drew has been in real estate for
continued from previous page                enriching                                 14 years, and prior to moving to
                                            environment                               Charlotte a year ago, he lived in
Allen Tate Realtors in their Dilworth
                                            for children to                           Chapel Hill. He is a graduate of
office. Kevin said, “I am not just a
                                            grow. Dr.                                 UNC-Chapel Hill.
Realtor, I am your neighbor and want
                                            Kocmond’s                                         His firm offers reduced
to get involved”.
                                            special interests                         commissions to qualified sellers. These
                ✸ ✸ ✸
                                            include                                   rates are often far less than the typical
       Dilworth Pediatrics, the
                                            comprehensive care of newborns and        6% charged by most firms. Call Drew
neighborhood’s first and only pediatric
                                            adolescent health issues.                 today at 704-377-2401 or drop by
office, opened on July 6 and is located
                                                   Drs. Walker and Kocmond are        524 East Boulevard and see him
in the Latta Pavilion on East Boulevard.
                                            excited to be a part of the Dilworth      at his office.
Two Pediatricians, Anne Walker, M.D.,
                                            community and look forward to                              ✸ ✸ ✸
and Jonathan Kocmond, M.D., make
                                            developing relationships with new                 HandPicked, currently located
up the new practice which provides
                                            patients and their families. Members of   in Charlotte’s Arboretum, is opening a
comprehensive care for children of all
                                            the community are encouraged to stop      second Charlotte store in Dilworth –
ages, including newborns and
                                            by their booth at the Dilworth Jubilee    on Kenilworth behind Picasso’s. The
                                            to meet and get to know the doctors.      store is expected to open in early
       A Charlotte native, Dr. Walker
                                                   Dilworth Pediatrics offers same-   August.
has practiced locally for over 20 years.
                                            day sick appointments as well as                  Established in 1986 in Columbia,
She is passionate about caring for
                                            complimentary “get-to-know-you”           S.C., HandPicked is a leader in the
                                            appointments. Call 704-384-1866 to        silver jewelry and unique gift market.
                         something she
                                            learn more about the practice or to       HandPicked offers an extensive product
                         learned from
                                            schedule an appointment. The office is    line to include wedding gifts,
                         her father who
                                            located at 1315 East Boulevard, Suite     monogrammed jewelry, and corporate
                                            280.                                      gifts as well as the latest styles in
                         pediatrics in
                                                            ✸ ✸ ✸                     accessories and jewelry.
                         Charlotte for 40
                                                   Drew French has recently                   “The Dilworth area of Charlotte
                         years. Dr.
                                            opened his realty office at 524 East      is the perfect fit for HandPicked,” said
Walker offers special expertise in many
                                            Boulevard, next to the Greek Orthodox     Chris Milliken, General Manager of
types of care such as sports medicine,
                                            Church. His firm is designed to meet      HandPicked. “We’re very excited to get
asthma and allergies, Attention Deficit
                                            the needs of buyers and sellers alike,    involved in this growing community
Disorder, toddler behavior issues and
                                            whether their needs be residential or     and look forward to enhancing the mix
                                            commercial. His unique abilities          here.”
       Dr. Kocmond recently relocated
                                            include that of helping buyers                    For more information on
to Charlotte from Connecticut and has
                                            understand the home construction          HandPicked, visit
practiced pediatrics for over seven
                                            process, as Drew is a NC General          www.BeHandPicked.com. ■
years. He enjoys the cooperative
                                            Contractor as well.
relationship he forms with patients and

           Next Deadline For COPY & ADS
                  Is September 15
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Latta Recreation Center
Upcoming Programs August-September 2004
by Christina Burell                                                 September
August                                                                     Toddler Art: Thursdays, September 2 and 16 from
                                                                    4-5 P.M. Toddlers ages 2-5 can enjoy this opportunity to create
            ummer Fun Program: Mondays-Fridays, July 5-9,

S           July 12-16 , July 19-23, July 26-30. This is a
            summer program for children ages 5-12 and will
            involve a whole array of activities including sports,
                                                                    works of art that they can take home with them. Cost: $2 per
                                                                           Kids Bingo: Friday, September 17 from 4-5 P.M.
                                                                    Children of all ages can play Bingo with us and win prizes.
arts & crafts, games, computer time, outdoor activities and
                                                                    Cost: $2 per person.
much much more. This program will run from 10 A.M.-4 P.M.
                                                                           Puzzle Club: Our Puzzle Club meets practically year
each day. Cost: $50 per week per child.
                                                                    ’round on Tuesday afternoons starting on August 17 from
        Toddler Art: Thursdays, August 12 and 26 from
                                                                    4-5 P.M. Bring your own puzzles to work and share with the
4-5 P.M. Toddlers ages 2-5 can enjoy this opportunity to create
                                                                    group or choose from our wide collection of puzzles ranging
works of art that they can take home with them. Cost: $2 per
                                                                    in size from 100-1000 pieces. All ages are welcome to
                                                                    participate. Cost: Free.
        Kids Bingo: Friday, August 20 from 4-5 P.M. Children
                                                                           Fit City Challenge Walker’s Club: Latta Park’s
of all ages can play Bingo with us and win prizes. Cost: $2
                                                                    walking club meets every Thursday evening at 6 P.M. Join up
per person.
                                                                    with fellow walkers and count your laps around our park.
        Puzzle Club: Our Puzzle Club meets practically year
                                                                    Sign in at Latta Recreation Center each Thursday as we help
’round on Tuesday afternoons starting on August 17 from
                                                                    you keep track of your progress. All ages are welcome to
4-5 P.M. Bring your own puzzles to work and share with the
                                                                    participate. Cost: Free.
group or choose from our wide collection of puzzles ranging
                                                                           Tot’s Beach Party: Friday, September 10 from 4-6 P.M.
in size from 100-1000 pieces. All ages are welcome to
                                                                    Children 5 and younger are invited to participate in a “beach
participate. Cost: Free.
                                                                    party” complete with games, crafts, snacks, and much much
        Fit City Challenge Walker’s Club: Latta Park’s
                                                                    more. Cost: $3 per person.
walking club meets every Thursday evening at 6 P.M. Join up
                                                                           Out of School Fun Day: Monday, September 6 from
with fellow walkers and count your laps around our park.
                                                                    12-4 P.M. Ages 5-12 are welcome to participate in a day of
Sign in at Latta Recreation Center each Thursday as we help
                                                                    fun, including games, sports, and crafts. Cost: $5 per child
you keep track of your progress. All ages are welcome to
                                                                    per day. ■
participate. Cost: Free.
        Kid’s Back to School Luau Party: Friday, August 13
from 6-8 P.M. Children of all ages are invited to have some
fun before heading back to school. Activities will include
games, crafts, party favors, and snacks. Cost: $3 per child.

  Please Support                                                         Founded in Dilworth in 1995
        Our                                                              Over 30 full-time employees

Dilworth Quarterly                                                                                             3rd Quarter 2004

Ascension Lutheran                         funded by Lilly Endowment, Inc. This         underlying philosophy that children
                                           program provides a time for ministers        learn best through play. This provides
Church May Have the
                                           to take a break from their daily             a learning experience that is joyous
Direction                                  obligations and gain the fresh               and relaxed. The goal is to help
             o you know someone who        perspective and renewed energy that a        develop happy, well-rounded

D            is looking for direction?
             Someone who would like
the opportunity to explore the
                                           carefully considered “Sabbath time” of
                                           travel, study, rest and prayer can
                                                                                        preschoolers who possess good self-
                                                                                        esteem, confidence, and the eagerness
                                                                                        to learn needed to succeed in life. The
meaning of life? Invite them to the               Rev. Wilks, a trained artist, spent   focus remains centered on the children
Alpha course starting at Ascension         two and one-half months in historic          and the importance of allowing them
Lutheran Church (1225 E. Morehead          Bethany, West Virginia, where she            to be just that – children. Operating
Street) on September 12 at 5:30 P.M.       painted watercolor portraits of leaders      from 9:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. through a
The Alpha course is an opportunity for     and members of The Christian Church          calendar year of Labor Day to
anyone to explore the Christian faith      (Disciples of Christ). An exhibit of         Memorial Day, Holy Comforter
in a relaxed, non-threatening manner       these watercolors, entitled “Holy            Weekday School has several openings
over ten, thought-provoking weekly         Communion,” will be open to the              for children ages one, two and three, in
sessions. They consist of a series of      viewing public after September 17. An        classes that meet two, three, or five
talks looking at topics such as “Who is    opening night reception will be held on      days a week. A fall Book Fair and Open
Jesus?” and “Why and how do I pray?”       September 17 from 6:30-8:30 P.M. at          House are scheduled the week of
There is a meal together at the            First Christian Church, 1200 East            October 13. For more information
beginning of each session that gives       Boulevard. Admission is free and             about the school, contact the director,
you an opportunity to get to know          refreshments will be provided.               Dinah Taylor, at 704-347-2800.
each other. After each talk we divide                                                          Holy Comforter has been the
into small groups for a time of                           ✸ ✸ ✸                         home of scouting programs from its
discussion. For more information                                                        earliest beginnings. Boy Scout Troop #1
please contact Pastor Eric Miller          The Church of the Holy                       and Cub Scout Pack #1 both meet at
(704-372-7317). On that note, we           Comforter, Episcopal                         the church during the week. Leadership
welcome Pastor Miller who was                    The Church of the Holy                 is provided by parents, neighbors and
installed as our new Associate Pastor      Comforter, Episcopal is located at the       interested members of the
on June 6.                                 junction of Park Road and Kenilworth         congregation. Boy Scouts and Cub
                ✸ ✸ ✸                      near the American Red Cross, and has         Scouts are visible on Sundays during
                                           been home to several activities that         several times of the year and show
A True Artist Resides at                                                                their support for the church’s
                                           reach beyond our church walls into the
First Christian Church                     neighboring community.                       partnership through regular workdays
      The spring issue of Dilworth               Holy Comforter Weekday School          and other events. For more information
Quarterly contained an article regarding   began as a small neighborhood                about these active groups, contact
a grant received by Reverend Jolin         kindergarten in the early 1950s and          Frank Alexander at 704-544-9432.
Wilks, pastor of First Christian Church,   has evolved into a developmentally-                 Outreach has always been a
located at the corner of East Boulevard    appropriate preschool for ages one           strong component of the ministry of
and Dilworth Road East. This grant         through four. The school offers a            Holy Comforter. Loaves and Fishes, a
allowed Rev. Wilks to participate in the   unique feeling of community because          community-based food pantry serving
2003 National Clergy Renewal Program       of both its small size and the
                                                                                                          continued on next page

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Church News                               for more news on this project in the        the blitz week.
continued from previous page              near future.                                       September 19 – Join us for a
                                                                                      special address by the President of
those in need, operates a weekday
                                          Join The Church of the Holy Comforter       Brevard College at our 11 o’clock
pantry at the church using volunteers
                                                   For Sunday Worship                 service.
from the neighborhood and the
                                                      Summer Hours:                          September 19 – Please visit us for
church. This small pantry serves an
                                              Holy Eucharist at 9:00 A.M. and         an organ concert and open house on
average of over 30 people per day with
                                                5:00 P.M. through August 8            Sunday afternoon. Our new organist
food for a week, often giving the only
                                          Regular Schedule beginning August 15        will be featured, and you’ll have the
help a family can get to tide them over
                                          Holy Eucharist at 8:00 and 10:30 A.M.       opportunity to explore our new
through a crisis. Referrals come
                                                Christian Formation at 9:15           building.
through Crisis Assistance Ministry,
                                              Episcopal Youth Community                      For details on these events, call
which also has members of the parish
                                               (grades 6-12) 5:30 – 8:00 P.M.         the church office at 704-333-4173.
working to process families in need.
                                                 Call the Church Office at                            ✸ ✸ ✸
Members of the congregation are active
                                              704-332-4171 for information
in Friendship Trays, Second Harvest                                                   Covenant Presbyterian
                                                 or visit us on the web at
and the Chapel of Christ the King in
                                                www.holycomforter-clt.org.            Church
Optimist Park. Teams of church
members serve meals at the Uptown                                                           The weight room in Covenant’s
Men’s Shelter, the Salvation Army                                                     Recreation Wing has installed 10 all
                                          Dilworth United Methodist
Women’s Shelter and the Charlotte                                                     new, commercial grade exercise
                                                 Dilworth United Methodist            machines. A strength and conditioning
Rescue Mission each month. Every
                                          plans to have its annual Jazz Festival in   coach is available, by appointment, to
other year the church has built a
                                          the courtyard on Friday evening,            show you how to use the various
Habitat House in the Charlotte area.
                                          August 13. Join the fun by stopping by      machines. Not a Rec Wing member
Several members of the congregation
                                          and relaxing to an evening of Jazz on       yet? No problem! Phone Jean Yeager
are currently working with other Park
                                          the lawn. It’s free.                        (704-334-7491) for Affiliate
Road Churches and the local hospitals
                                                 Saturday, September 11 is the        Membership information. Chez
to create a Parish Nurse Program to
                                          kick-off for this year’s Habitat for        Covenant is open for lunch. Dilworth
serve church members and the
                                          Humanity build. Please help out just        neighbors are invited to eat lunch in
surrounding neighborhoods with
                                          on the kick-off date or join us anytime
strong preventative health care. Watch
                                          during the week of September 11 for                            continued on next page

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Church News                                  between two soups, hot entrée, dessert,                  Plan Ahead
continued from previous page                 and cold drinks; cost is $5.00 per                Mark Your Calendars Now
                                             person. Walk-ins are always welcome.             Dilworth Ladies, 6th Annual
Covenant’s Fellowship Hall any
                                             Groups of five or more are asked to call            Christmas Connection
Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday
                                             ahead (704-333-9071).                               December 13, 2004 ■
between 11:30 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. Lunch
always includes a salad bar, choice

                                             Dilworth Recipes
Spice It Up!                                         Middle Eastern: allspice, oregano,
                                             marjoram, mint, sesame seeds, garlic,
                                                                                          Threadgill’s Texas Seasoning
                                                                                          1/4 cup salt
                                             dill weed, cinnamon, cumin
                                                                                          2 tablespoons garlic powder
contributed by Janice Elder                          Chinese: ginger, anise seeds,
                                                                                          2 tablespoons ground black pepper
                                             garlic, red pepper, sesame seeds, star
                                                                                          1 tablespoon ground white pepper
                e’re all familiar with

                                                                                          1 tablespoon onion powder
                fingerprints, but have               Indian: red pepper, chilies,
                                                                                          1 tablespoon paprika
                you heard of a               saffron, mint, cumin seeds, coriander
                                                                                          3/4 teaspoon ground red pepper
“flavorprint?” That’s what the               seeds and leaves (cilantro), garlic,
                                                                                          3/4 teaspoon ground cumin
American Spice Trade Association calls       turmeric, nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger,
                                                                                                 Combine all ingredients and
the combination of herbs, spices and         anise seeds, dill weed, cloves, mace,
                                                                                          store in an airtight container.
flavorings that make one country’s           cardamom seeds, mustard seeds,
cuisine identifiable and distinct.           sesame seeds.                                Hot and Spicy Seasoning
       Just by recalling the smells and              Indonesian: chilies, garlic, red     1/4 cup paprika
tastes of your favorite dishes from          pepper, bay leaves, ginger, coriander        3 tablespoons crumbled dried oregano
certain cuisines, you could probably         seeds, turmeric, curry powder.               2 teaspoons chili powder
name some of the spices in certain                   The first seasoning blend recipe     1 teaspoon garlic powder
flavorprints. For example, the               comes from Southern Living and is            1 teaspoon ground black pepper
flavorprint of Mexican cuisine would         attributed to the Texas restaurant           1/2 teaspoon ground cayenne pepper
include chilies, oregano, cumin,             Threadgill’s, which uses it for its          1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
coriander and cinnamon.                      “world-famous chicken-fried steak,”                 Combine all ingredients and
       Here are flavorprints for other       among other things. The unique flavor        store in an airtight container.
popular cuisines. I hope they will           blends will nicely accent a variety of
inspire you to experiment a bit with         meats.                                       Curry Blend
some of your favorite recipes.                       To use any of the seasoning          1 tablespoon ground cumin
       Italian: garlic, basil, oregano,      blends, simply coat chicken, beef or         1 tablespoon ground coriander
parsley, rosemary, bay leaves, nutmeg,       pork lightly with oil and sprinkle with      2 teaspoons ground black pepper
fennel seeds, red pepper, marjoram,          the seasoning mixture before grilling,       1 teaspoon ground cardamom
sage.                                        sautéing or baking. The seasoning            1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
       French: tarragon, chervil, parsley,   mixture may also be mixed with a             1 teaspoon ground cloves
thyme, rosemary, nutmeg, saffron, bay        small amount of fruit juice, vinegar or      1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
leaves, garlic, green and pink               wine and brushed over the meat, if           1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
peppercorns.                                 preferred. There are many options –          1/4 teaspoon ground turmeric
       German: caraway seeds, dill           experiment and see which works best                 Combine all ingredients and
seeds, dill weed, cinnamon, ginger,          for you and your personal cooking            store in an airtight container. ■
nutmeg, white pepper, juniper berries,       style.
allspice, mustard seeds.

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