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Vade Mecum is booking Weddings

Attention Friends!! Please Share!! We are excited to announce we are now Booking for Spring, Summer, Fall of 2018 ~ Weddings, Family Reunions, Corporate Retreats, Birthday Parties at historic Vade Mecum. For more information Email Debbie Vaden at Debbie.Vaden@sauratownfriends.org ~ Friends of Sauratown Mountains

Students research and visit local historical sites

From The Stokes News: https://www.thestokesnews.com/news/local-news-1/10191 South Stokes teacher Sheila Patterson wanted her students to learn more about local history, and not just from a textbook. “This is the first year I’ve done this,” the veteran teacher said. “It was a culminating project for my Advancement Placement US History kids. After they take the AP test in May, I usually have them…
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Volunteers Needed

And now the work begins…. Right now, the park is thinking of either cleaning out the red house/old restaurant at Moore’s Springs and/or the buildings/cabins at Vade Mecum. But we can’t do this alone. We need VOLUNTEERS for these work days! If you can spare some time, join our email – mailing list. Fill out the google form and you will…
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Fund the Parks

I had a great meeting today with Dave Cook with the State Parks at Camp Sertoma. WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!  If you want Sertoma to be part of the State Park System we need to let our State Representatives know. Why? Because we need them to FUND the parks. Right now, Hanging Rock does not have the financial resources to…
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Save Sertoma featured on Fox 8

Chad Tucker interviewed a number of members of the Save Sertoma group this past Monday at Singletree Inn Gun and Plough. STOKES COUNTY, N.C. — County leaders say they are working to get a one year moratorium on the closure of Camp Sertoma. The popular camp and conference center, owned by North Carolina State, is one of four scheduled to…
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Historic Newspaper Articles

Big shout out to Jessica Johnson from the Stokes News who posted these pictures to the Save Sertoma facebook page.