November Newsletter

So much going on…get your calendars out so you don’t miss any of it

FIRST please fill out this survey for The Best of Chatham. Lot’s of local businesses need your input and don’t forget Bella Donna!


Sunday Brunch – Join us 9am to 3pm, Live Jazz from 11am to 2pm

We donate 10% of our Sunday Sales (mostly to help eliminate my guilt for being open on Sundays)

  • 1st Sunday – 10% Goes to Mitchell Chapel Church’s Children Ministry
  • 2nd-4th Sunday – 10% Goes to New Salem Children’s and Youth Ministry


Money Monday
We donate 10% of our daily sales to a local non-profit

For the Month of November

1st Monday – CORA Food Pantry
2nd Monday – St. Barts Free Lunch 
3rd Monday – Sonshine and Blessings
4th Monday – Can-tr 
5th Monday – CARE Chatham Animal Rescue 


Thursday, November 5 – Avis Autry Tickling the Ivories 6 pm til ?


Saturday, November 14 – Chatham County Fresh Catch Seafood and Music Festival

At the Chatham County Fair Grounds
1:00pm – 8:00pm
$7 advance, $10 day of Show
Kids under 12 Free

Food – Craft Beer, Oyster Roast, Low County Boil, Fish Fry, BBQ and Grilled Pizza by yours truly.
Music – Swang Brothers, Muningu, Chatham Co. Gospel Hour, Lizzy Ross, The Grand Shell Game, The Dye Wells

For more information


Saturday, November 14 – Democrat Debate Watch Party at 8:30pm – Complimentary Buffet


Thursday, November 26 – CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING

Free Christmas Eve Dinner is coming sooner than you think and I’m getting excited.
Mark your calendars for our New Years Eve Party.

Personal Plea

One final note and this one is personal and really I have no business asking people for something so personal on my business website, but my fingers are typing and I have no control. A high school classmate broke his back two years out of high school in a motorcycle accident and has been paralyzed from the waist down for almost 40 years. He was an amazing athlete, football player and even was a personal trainer for me one summer. I’ve started a Go Fund Me page to purchase him a Segway wheelchair. He has had a much harder life than many of us could ever imagine. Two years ago he was hospitalized for almost a year because he had a sore on his body that he could not feel and it became infected. A cut on his legs could be life threatening because he doesn’t have the ability to feel pain, yet he has a wonderful spirit, is an artist and inventor and has made a decent life for himself. This Segfree, as it is called, will cost about $15,000. I am asking anyone who can help my friend, to have this state of the art invention that came out only last year, to please go to this Go-Fund-Me link and donate. There is lots of information on the go-fund-me website. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, and may God bless you.