The Youngsville Gazette
Volume 2, Issue 5
Love of Animals Pays Off Big for Taylor Halterman, Local Teen Artist! Inside this issue:
By Linda Lewis Sophi’s Tidbits 2
Visiting the Halterman home place is like
falling into a pet menagerie. In the pasture are
two miniature horses and a miniature donkey. Calendar of Events 3
Their yard is home to three beautiful cats and
inside live two more cats, along with a flying
squirrel (really!), a sassy Chihuahua, and Marley,
Historic Home Tour 3
a beautiful and loving yellow lab. He came to the
Halterman home about two years ago as a rescue. Health Notes 4
I had the opportunity to visit with Marley and was
quickly charmed by him.
When Taylor heard about the local Arts 6th Annual Lake Donna 4
Festival sponsored by the Youngsville Woman’s
Club, her love of animals and art inspired her to
do a charcoal portrait of Marley. She entered the Mental Health Matters 6
Taylor, Marley & his portrait
competition and won 1st place in that medium.
Taylor’s piece was also named “Best in Show”! It Phillips, is always challenging us to do more and N.C. State Honors Local 7
quickly became the favorite of those viewing all better than we have accomplished previously. He is a
of the artwork entered. really good instructor.” This writer can’t wait to set
The portrait was then entered at the District eyes on the finished piece. Fun Summer Project 7
Arts Festival sponsored by the District Five Her love of art has grown so much that she has
GFWC-NC where she again placed 1st and was decided to pursue a career in the art field. She is
named “Best in Show”. This allowed her piece to looking at attending UNC-Asheville where she will Recipe of the Month 8
be entered at the State Arts Festival held at go into animation art. Her future goal is to own a
Campbell University, sponsored by the GFWC- business table top, making thousands of frames to
NC. Marley placed 3rd in that competition. make a movie. An example of this type of film Taylor’s Art Teacher Big
Taylor is seventeen years old and a junior at making is Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Asset to Franklinton High
Franklinton High School. She started taking art Christmas.
classes in her freshman year of school. She works Taylor’s interests go beyond just art. She also School!
with several mediums, including her favorite, oil enjoys quilting, gardening (both flower and vegeta-
painting. Her favorite style of art is impression- ble), and is an avid reader, and talented creative
istic, which her next project in art class will writer. Needless to say, Taylor also does very well in Taylor’s art teacher, Mr. Phillips, is
comprise. Taylor explained that this project will school. liked by all of his students. He teaches
be a rendition of a Monet painting on a canvas Being a part of the Arts Festival, I am looking several different art classes, including
approximately 36” x 48”, the largest canvas she forward to seeing what other great contributions general art, art history, drawing, paint-
has ever attempted and will be her biggest come from Taylor in future competitions. ing, sculpting, and an individual study
challenge yet. Says Taylor, “my art teacher, Mr. class. In this class, the students have to
choose twelve projects of their own
throughout the school year. When asked
Come Celebrate for a Worthwhile Cause! his teaching style he replied, “Once the
project starts, I work with the students
Youngsville’s Museum of History one-on-one.”
Mr. Phillips is excited about the new
By: Mary Jo Buffaloe style with homemade strawberry shortcake as this
school and said the new school is going
The Youngsville Woman’s Club is sponsoring year’s featured dessert.
to allow the art department to have their
their 3rd Annual May Fare Fundraiser for the This year we will be honoring the history of the
own sculpting room, making all of the
Youngsville Museum of History. The evening Youngsville Rescue Squad. We are asking the
classrooms seem larger.
will include dinner, entertainment, a live community to help us take an EMT to dinner by
Mr. Phillips has been teaching at
auction, and door prizes. Cost for the evening is buying an event ticket. Tickets can be purchased by
$20.00 per person. The event will be held at the calling 919.556.2477 or 919.210.0789. Franklinton High School for nine years.
Century Link Dining Hall on Capital Blvd. just Proceeds will be used to help put a much needed Before this, he taught at the middle
south of Youngsville. It will last from 6:30-9:00 new roof on the museum building. Any donations school level for thirteen years. Having
p.m. and EMT event tickets are tax deductible, as we are taught five thousand students over his
The theme of this year’s May Fare will be a 503c organization. twenty six year career, Mr. Phillips is
county western. Feel free to dress in your Come enjoy a great night out with family and definitely an asset to Franklinton High
favorite country western outfit, as there will be a friends while helping preserve Youngsville’s rich
contest for best dress. Dinner will be pig pickin’ history! School!
Page 2 The Youngsville Gazette
Sophi’s Tidbits: Springtime/Summer Safety Tips control program. Ask your veterinarian to rec-
ommend a plan designed specifically for your
By: Linda Lewis keep those flying insects from becoming pet.
lodged in their eyes. Out and About – Warmer weather means more
Spring has sprung, and Spring Cleaning – Spring cleaning is a time- trips to the park, longer walks and more chances
with the change of sea- honored tradition in many households, but be for your pet to wander off! Make sure your dog
son going right on into summer, our sure to keep all cleaners and chemicals out of or cat has a microchip for identification and
thoughts inevitably turn to spring cleaning, your pet’s way! Almost all commercially sold wears a tag imprinted with your home address,
outdoor revelry and much needed home cleaning products contain chemicals that are cell phone number and any other relevant con-
improvement projects. But the balmy harmful to pets. The key to using them safely tact information.
weather can prove not-so-sunny for curi- is to read and follow label directions for Pet Recipe of the Month – Cat Cuisine
ous pets – or their unwitting parents. Be- proper use and storage. Ingredients:
fore you embark on springtime/summer Home Improvement 101 – Products such as ½ tsp. vegetable oil
activities, take inventory of potential haz- paints, mineral spirits and solvents can be 2/3 cup ground chicken or turkey
ards for your furry friend. Here are a few toxic to your pets and cause severe irritation or 2 tsp. bell pepper, chopped
tips that will help prevent mishaps or mis- chemical burns. Carefully read all labels to see 1 baby carrot, cooked and mashed
fortunes: if products are safe to use around your furry 1 tsp. grated cheese, any variety
Buckle Up! – While every pet parent friends. Also, be cautious of physical hazards, Directions:
knows dogs love to feel the wind on their including nails, staples, insulation, blades and Preheat a small skillet over medium heat.
furry faces, allowing them to ride in the power tools. Add the vegetable oil. The pan should be hot
bed of pickup trucks or stick their heads Ah-Ah-Achoo! – Like their sneezy human enough when a drop of water dripped onto it
out of moving car windows is dangerous. counterparts, pets can be allergic to foods, begins to sizzle immediately.
Flying debris and insects can cause inner dust, plants and pollens. Allergic reactions in When the pan is hot, sauté green pepper until it
ear or eye injuries and lung infections. dogs and cats can cause minor sniffing and is tender and slightly browned. Stir in the
Abrupt stops or turns can cause major sneezing as well as life-threatening anaphylac- ground chicken or turkey. Cook the meat until it
injury, or worse! Pets in cars should al- tic shock. If you suspect your pet has a spring- is browned and cooked through. Once it is done
ways be secured in a crate or wearing a time allergy, please visit your veterinarian as cooking, stir in the carrot and cheese. Cook just
seatbelt harness designed especially for soon as possible. long enough so that carrot is hot and cheese
them. And yes… those “cool looking” Pesky Little Critters – April showers bring melts. Remove from the heat and transfer it to a
goggles do serve a purpose. They protect May flowers… and an onslaught of bugs and bowl or other container. Allow the mixture to
your kiddies’ eyes from the sun’s rays and summer is even worse! Make sure your pet is cool completely and serve a small ping-pong
on year-round ball sized portion to your cat along with their
Wayne Champion, LUTCF ventive medica-
regular dry food. Or, cover the bowl tightly in
FARM plastics wrap and place the mixture in the re-
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Calendar of Events Franklin County’s Fifth Annual
Historic Home Tour
Free Range of Motion Exercise Classes every Tuesday and
Thursday mornings at 10:00 a.m. at the Youngsville Baptist By: Dewey Botts
Church Fellowship Building behind the church. Call Emma Saturday, May 14th from 10-5 p.m. and Sunday, May 15th from 1-5
Strough at 562-1079 for more information. p.m. Admission is $12/$15...children under 12 free.
Person Place Preservation Society will hold it's 5th Historic Homes
tour to include ten 17th and 18th Century homes, Mt Zion Church and
Youngsville Kiwanis Club meet at the Youngsville Baptist Laurel Mill.
Church at 12 noon on Wednesdays with lunch for $5.00. Saturday a Colonial Soup & Sandwich Luncheon will be available at
Check for meeting dates on their website. Person Place along with Heritage Artists and The Franklin County
Beekeepers Demo and honey sales. Brochures and tickets will be
May 14 and 15: Person Place Preservation Society will hold available in the surrounding counties and at The Cotton Company in
it’s 5th Annual Historic Home Tour in the Louisburg area. Wake Forest. No credit-cards please.
For information see personplace.org or call Dewey Botts @ 919-539-
7868 or 919-539-7868
May 15: Concert at E. Carroll Joyner Park in Wake Forest at
5:00 p.m. featuring Jeanne Jolly.
Franklinton High School Library needs books copyrighted after
May 17: the Franklin County Arts Council presents a free 2000, in an effort to increase the size of the current inventory students
have to choose from. Any books received that cannot be used by the
“Pickin’ and Grinnin’ at Person Place in Louisburg. The
school will be forwarded on to a similar vendor. If you would like to
community is welcome. Refreshments, music, and dancing donate books, go to the school’s website for more information.
by local artisans. Doors open at 6:30 p.m..
May 17: Martindale Garden Club will meet at the
Youngsville Baptist Church for it’s annual spring covered BARKITECTURE 2011
dish dinner at 6:30 p.m. The club will not meet again until The SPCA of Franklin County is hosting a buffet dinner with wine, on
September. Thursday, May 19th from 7 to 9 pm. at Crenshaw Hall in Wake Forest.
There will be a silent auction for unique dog houses, cat condos, and
May 19: SPCA of Franklin County buffet dinner at pet furniture. There will also be sports memorabilia, jewelry, and
travel items. Two paintings from local artist Dick Larsen will be up
Crenshaw Hall in Wake Forest. for action also. All proceeds from this fun event will benefit the SNIP
Fund which cost spay/neuter assistance to pet owners. Tickets are $50
May 20: The Youngsville Woman’s Club will host it’s Third each of $175.00 for a table of 4 of $375.00 for a table of 8. You may
Annual May Fare Fundraiser for the Youngsville Museum of go to their website for more information.
History. Call 556-2477 for tickets or information. The Club
will not meet again until September. Wake Forest ARTS are featuring Six Sundays in Spring concert
series during the month of May and early June. Other demonstrations
May 22: Concert at E. Carroll Joyner Park featuring Jazz of yoga and exercise training will given one hour prior to the concert
for those that come early. The concerts will be held at the beautiful E.
music by Marcus Anderson beginning at 5:00 p.m.
Carroll Joyner Park located at 701 Harris Road, in Wake Forest.
May 29: Concert at E. Carroll Joyner Park featuring blues by Food and refreshments from Bacci’s Italian Ices and the American
Ironing Board Sam beginning at 5:00 p.m. Legion of Post 187 will be available for purchase or attendees are
invited to bring picnic baskets.
June 5: Concert at E. Carroll Joyner Park featuring bluegrass May 15th - Jeanne Jolly, who was once the featured vocalist for
music by Al Batten and the Bluegrass Reunion. Grammy award trumpeter Chris Botti, will perform folk, country and
rock music. “Guided Meditation in the Park” will precede the concert
at 4:00 p.m.
May 22nd - Jazz music will come alive with Marcus Anderson, who
sings and plays the saxophone and flute. He has won numerous
awards for her performances. A wellness workshop will precede the
concert at 4:00 p.m.
May 29th - The concerts will take a blues tone with Ironing Board
Sam, who fled after the hurricane with nothing but an ironing board
that he made into a keyboard. He doesn’t use that instrument any
more, but he will play the piano and sing. Another wellness workshop
will begin at 4:00 p.m. “Authenic the Park”.
June 5th - The concert series will conclude with performance by Al
Batten and the Bluegrass Reunion. The concerts begin at 5:00 p.m.
Page 4 The Youngsville Gazette
Health Notes - What is BMI?
By: Mary Jo Buffaloe eating less. Setting goals that are two
I am not a good example of what is
healthy, but I do know what I should do.
high only discourages after a while. The
best way to start is mark each 5 pound Sitting
Another year is quickly going by and our mark on your scales as a goal for the
New Year’s Resolution of getting health- month. Walk a little extra. Better yet,
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their BMI. What is that you say? It empty space. Never skip meals. Eat
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“obese”. None of us wants that word on TV or being distracted. Many times we
our chart, but reality is setting in. You don’t realize how much we have eaten
can figure your BMI by this formula. until we have over-eaten.
Multiply your weight (don’t cheat) times Take time to reward yourself for
703. Divide that number by how many doing a good job. The first week of any FULLY INSURED & BONDED!
inches you are tall. Divide that number diet is the hardest. It is hard to change
by how many inches you are tall again. old habits and old cravings. After a few exercise program to see if it is safe for you to try.
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higher the number, the higher the risk for back sliding, you will begin to see results determination. Every person is at different places in
diabetes, heart disease, and other related and that will help you keep going. their life and are on different medications. It is very
health issues. Your health is the most important important to consult with a professional before taking a
Most of us already know that fad diets thing that you have. The most risk. Dropping a few pounds could lower your blood
don’t work. For the long term, we need important advice is to talk with your pressure or sugar level. Let’s take a challenge together
to start simple by exercising more and doctor before you begin any diet or to be healthier by 2012.
6th Annual Lake Donna Party!
Saturday, May 21, 2011 6pm-10pm
We are moving to “Too Tired to Clean?”
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Mental Health Matters
By Lisa Fields, RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC
Our mental health is an essential part of our overall The third step is to find someone to talk to about your stress.
health. Just like too much stress or eating unhealthy foods can This should be something you plan to do with someone you trust
lead to heart disease, too much stress and unhealthy coping can and who has agreed to listen. It is not a good idea to do this at a
lead to our mind being overwhelmed and sick with depression, random time when someone asks how you are at the grocery
anxiety and worry. store. It can be overwhelming for them and you. A therapist or
In fact 25 to 30% of people in America suffer from some form counselor might be a good idea if people need an objective third
of diagnosable mental illness. That is almost 1 in 3 people in party to talk things out with.
America. Diagnosable means that their symptoms are The final step is to make time for the good things. Things such
significant enough to interfere with responsibilities such as work as sleep, eating healthy, exercise, rest, relaxation, laughter, fel-
and family. Mental illness like physical illness can be caused by lowship, spiritual development, and spending time with family
getting too stressed and not taking care of ourselves. It can also and friends are the ways we refuel and rejuvenate ourselves.
come from our genetics and some of the ways we have learned Good times in our lives can go a long way toward decreasing
to cope or deal with stress along the way. our stress level and can be relatively inexpensive!
Paying attention to our mental health is the first step in develop- So take time to be aware of your mental health and what you
ing good mental health. Once we are aware of what our need to develop and maintain it. If you need some help or direc-
stressors are and how they affect our mood, energy, and well tion, a therapist or counselor to talk to can get you moving in the
being we can begin to make choices about how to deal with right direction.
them in a constructive manner. Take Care, Lisa
The second step to good mental health is decreasing our stress
levels. This might mean saying no to the latest project if you
have been stressed by being over involved. It might mean join-
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currently a counselor (therapist) in private practice
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Volume 2, Issue 5 Page 7
Local Student Wins Top Honors at N.C. State Engineering School
thing to help them succeed.”
Trey will be graduating
Friday, May 13th with a BS
D e gr e e i n M e c h a n i c a l
Engineering, Cum Laude.
Congratulations to all of these
fine young men who will be
keeping America on the cutting
edge. We look forward to
future prototypes as they find
their way into the workforce.
Winning Team of Engineers
Trey Rogers with his winning Rail Anchorer Prototype Great Summer Project for the Whole Family
By: Mary Jo Buffaloe Fun and Easy Cement Leaves
Trey Rogers (Thomas Calvin Rogers, III), son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Rogers, Jr. of Youngsville, won top honors at the North By: Sandy Hope
Carolina State University, College of Engineering last week. Making cement leaves is fun for folks of all ages. Once everything is
Each year, a private company challenges the senior class to set up, the process moves quickly. Before you start gathering supplies,
build a prototype machine that will perform a certain task they need. look around your garage and house to see what you can recycle in the
The sponsor this year was Norfolk Southern Maintenance Division in way of boxes, plastic bags, and paint.
Charlotte, NC. The budding engineers were asked to design a
portable tool that pushed clip-on rail anchors against a metal crosstie Supplies Needed:
for welding. This was previously done with a sledge hammer and Fine sand (small bag)
this tool was to provide a Quickrete (smallest bag you can find)
safer and faster method of Plastic bag from cleaners
doing it. Plant stake (optional)
Trey stated, “We spent Plastic shopping bag or garbage bag
this last semester of Container in which to mix cement (empty coffee can is perfect)
college working on the Water
project. The first part of Smooth-edged leaf
the semester, we designed Box large enough for leaf to fit in with 2-3” around sides of leaf
the device on paper and Rubber or latex gloves
then we got to build a
prototype the second half Step 1: Put box inside plastic bag. Put in enough sand to fill bottom of
of the semester. We had a box (about 2-3” deep). Put in enough water to dampen sand. Shape sand
budget of $800. There into a mound large enough to hold leaf. Step 2: Cover sand with plastic
were six teams in our class Hand/Mechanically powered bag. The bag should be long enough to hang past sand at least 4”. Place
and each came up with a machine. Trey’s design was chosen leaf, topside down, on plastic bag. Shape sand so leaf is completely
different design. I was my to build by the team. supported. Using your fingers, draw sand so that it is ½” tall around
team leader and I had four edges of leaf. Step 3: Mix cement. Wearing gloves, put 2-3 cups of the
other team members; Taylor Sigmon, Shashant Shah, Nolan Trehy, cement in mixing container. Add water and mix with your hands or a
and Levi Shelton. We were awarded first place for a couple of rea- good stick. Cement should be the consistency of thick oatmeal. You can
sons. First, our design worked over and over again and it provided add water and cement until it feel right. Mix well. With your hands,
the fastest method for performing the task. Secondly, it was very spread cement over leaf, trying to get it a uniform thickness of at least
safe and ergonomic.” 1/2 inch. If you decide to use as a plant stake, set the stake in the
Each member of the winning team received a $100.00 cash prize as cement, loop side down. Cover loop with cement. Draw plastic wrap up
well as good publicity. over cement. Step 4: Let leaf set for at least 48 hrs. Pull back plastic
Trey also wanted to thank a couple of teachers from his high school and turn cement right side up. Peel off leaf; if necessary, use a scrub
days at Franklinton High School. Mr. Winfred Clayton taught brush to clean out veins. Step 5: Let cement leaf cure for a week. Now
classes such as Principles and Fundamentals of Technology. Trey you can paint. This is the time you can really use your creativity. Finish
said, “The subject matter was interesting and the classroom materials your paint job with a sealer using clear polyurethane. When leaf is fin-
really provided a hands-on learning experience.” Also, he said, “the ished, it can be used outside for birdseed, or set it among your flowers
math program was very good at Franklinton and my calculus teacher, as a small birdbath. If your leaf didn’t turn out perfectly, remember…
Mr. McMillan, really helped me to learn the material. I didn’t have Nature isn’t perfect either!
to take calculus in college because I passed it in high school. We (Note: Sandy Hope is a local Master Gardener and member of the
have teachers that care about the students and they would do any- Martindale Garden Club. She writes articles for many gardening
magazines. Thank you, Sandy, for a summer fun project.)
Page 8 The Youngsville Gazette
RECIPE OF THE MONTH
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 Strawberry Delight
(Barrett’s Produce has local strawberries!)
7 - 9 PM 1 1/2 pints of strawberries, sliced
The Person Place 1 Can Eagle Brand milk
605 North Main Street 1 Large can of crushed pineapple, drained
1 1/2 cups Miniature Marshmallows
Louisburg, N.C. 1 Large tub of Cool Whip
FREE 1 1/2 Cups of walnuts (optional)
Drop-ins Welcome Mix all ingredients and cool in refrigerator until ready
Recipe in memoriam to Mary Helen Smith of
Refreshments courtesy of Cook Shack Catering Youngsville.
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