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Women of Weymouth Monthly Meeting

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When: January 18, 2016 @ 9:30 am
Where: 555 E Connecticut Ave, Southern Pines, NC 28387, USA

WOMEN OF WEYMOUTH (WOW) MEETING WHEN:  Monday, January 18th, 9:30am – Coffee, 10am – Speaker WHO:  Current members of WOW and ladies interested in joining this amazing group of women who are dedicated to preserving[…]

Hours & Directions

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Visit Weymouth Center Location The Weymouth Center 555 East Connecticut Avenue PO Box 939 Southern Pines, NC 28388 Phone: (910) 692-6261 Hours Boyd House:  Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm Gardens and grounds: Daily Group tours available by calling: (910) 692-6261 Directions From west/northwest Follow 220 South from Asheboro. Exit on 211 (marked Pinehurst/Candor, Exit 28). Turn left on [...]

Staff and Board

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Board of Directors Kathryn Talton, President Shane English, Vice President Katrina Denza, Secretary Brent Sexton, Treasurer Denise Baker Kea Capel Rita DiNapoli Fritz Healy Susan Huston Barbara Keating Norman Minery Ray Owen Talmadge Ragan Mary Saulnier Schuyler Shulman Dotty Starling Josiah Stevenson Angie Tally Diane Westbrook Jo Wilkinson, Honorary David Woronoff, Honorary Staff Robin Smith, [...]

Young Affiliates

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Young Affiliates The Young Affiliates of Weymouth are a diverse group of young professionals dedicated to supporting the Weymouth Center through social, educational, leadership, and fundraising activities. The mission of the Young Affiliates is to raise awareness of Weymouth Center’s mission and role in our community, and boost membership. The Young Affiliates host Sounds on [...]

The History of Weymouth

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The History of Weymouth The first James Boyd, a steel and railroad magnate from Pennsylvania, came to Southern Pines around the turn of the century. He purchased twelve hundred acres and created an estate that included stables, tennis courts, gardens and a nine-hole golf course. He named it “Weymouth” because it reminded him of Weymouth [...]