B&G Pie Company back in business

After a short hiatus dealing with issues at the old location, B&G Pies is back and baking in Winston-Salem. B&G has been baking pies since 1949. Chocolate, Apple, Cherry, Lemon and Peach are the flavors. These pies are superior to Hostess and other wannabees.


W. Kirk Sanders, Attorney

Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis, LLP


Will Caveats & Fiduciary Abuses/ Condemnation Cases / Business drafting, Litigation & Collections

To learn about fiduciary litigation, go to our companion site at www.willcaveat.com

For our condemnation matters, go to our site at www.takingland.com

NC Farm Statistics

North Carolina has a great agriculture department. Here’s a link to the statistics for the state http://www.ncagr.gov/stats/index.htm

Monthly Farm Report, County Estimates, Farm Census, Weather & Crops Reports.

My soap box: before you buy Monsanta products think: Heirloom seeds.

W. Kirk Sanders, Attorney

Telephone: (336)723-7200


Business drafting, litigation & collections/ Will Caveats & Fiduciary Abuses/ Condemnation Cases

Victory for NC Property Owners in Map Act Corridor



“The above link includes the North Carolina Supreme Court’s 15 page opinion that ruled that the NCDOT took property owners property in the Northern Beltway of Winston-Salem, Forsyth County. This has a similar effect for property owners in the Raleigh 540 Southern Expressway, Fayetteville Outerloop, Shelby 74 Bypass, and Greensboro Outerloop.”

The NC condemnation attorneys at Hendrick Bryant are THE attorneys who fought for property owners all the way to the N.C. Supreme Court… twice. Call us if you are in the Map Act Corridors. We fought for your rights.


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Downtown Commercial Office Space For Rent (Winston-Salem)


Offered for rent as Individual Offices/Rooms located at 326 Spring Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Professional rental only (Lawyers, Accountants, Doctors, Consultants, etc.). There is an attorney leasing two office/rooms on 1st floor level.

Two of the upstairs offices are furnished with desks. There are available filing cabinets.

Rent includes shared conference room on 1st floor & lobby.

Available upstairs offices – Each office rents for $375-450 per month (depending on which office)

Off street parking spaces, convenient curbside parking for customers

Convenient to 10 restaurants within a 2 block radius. Walking distance to courthouse.

Contact Kirk Sanders 336-724-4707 to see the property.

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The Gathering at Shelton Vineyards

This weekend (April 16, 2016) is one of the biggest British Car Gatherings on the East Coast at Shelton Vineyards in Dobson, NC. If you want to see MGs, Jaguars, Triumphs, Austin-Healeys, TRVs, Astin Martins, Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Land Rovers and more, then head up to the lovely Shelton Vineyards.

The Triumph Club puts on this wonderful occasion. It’s a great drive from Winston-Salem, Greensboro, or High Point. Here’s the club website: http://www.triumphclub.org/Gathering/
I’m a past owner of 1962 MGB, 1974 1/2 MGB, 1957 MGA, 1972 Triumph Spitfire, and 1972 Triumph TR6. Currently an owner of a 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 BJ8. Btw thanks to Scott Winfield at the Paint Shop off Griffith Road in Winston-Salem for the wonderful body work and paint. He’s a master. I’ll use no other. Scott is a straight shooter. I signed an agreement with him which detailed exactly what he was and wasn’t doing to my car.
See you up at Shelton Vineyards!

Organic Gardening Classes in Old Salem

Spring 2016 through Fall 2016 – organic gardening classes to start at the Wachovia Garden (see on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Wachovia-Garden-187189111300272/?ref=ts&fref=ts ) which is located behind the Belo Home in historic Old Salem. Location is at the corner of Church Street & Bank Street. Also accessible by Main Street.
Time: Tuesdays from 5:30- dusk. Come when you can.
The 2 acre garden, now in it’s 6th year, grows heirloom vegetables and fruits from the Old Salem period.
The classes will include tilling, planting, weeding, watering, trimming & pruning, seasonal planting, plus an opportunity to put on a bee suit and look at the hives.
Here’s an article that discusses how gardening really hasn’t changed much since the colonial times.
What is grown at Wachovia Garden goes to Sunnyside Ministries to feed the hungry.
The garden exists thanks to the generosity of the Moravian Church’s Southern Province.