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Table of Contents WeLCome

an invitation to Come Join us ................................................................ 1


nC Central ................................................................................................ 2

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home haven ............................................................................................. 3

Business notes

an economic engine ............................................................................... 4


investments in excellence ......................................................................... 7

heaLth Care

state-of-the-art service ......................................................................... 10

reCreation & tourism

a Beautiful destination .......................................................................... 12

memBership direCtory

alphabetical Listing ................................................................................ 15


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n behalf of the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, our business community, merchants, service providers, local industries. and institutions, we invite you to become a part of our heritage-filled county. We know you will find Franklin County to be just as we have found it: pleasant and peaceful. We are pleased to provide this publication for you and would like to thank our members and sponsors who have helped to make this possible. The Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce is located at 112 East Nash Street in Louisburg, the county seat, and we can be reached at 919-496-3056 or you can visit our website: We look forward to sharing Franklin County with you and hope you will share the excitement we have for our county. 1

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municipal airports, and ample public transportation make travel easy. Many events and activities enliven Franklin County. The International Whistler’s Convention and the PreddyFest Bluegrass Festival are sure to please enthusiasts, while the Tar River Festival, Franklinton’s Fun in the Sun, Youngsville’s Fall Festival, and Bunn’s Fireman’s Day are great for the whole family. Be sure to check out the Louisburg College Auditorium for concerts, shows, and other events. To cap off the appeal, Franklin County is home to the small-town charm of Louisburg, Franklinton, Youngsville, Centerville, and Bunn. Shoppers will enjoy all the specialty stores and eateries unique to each town. For the traveler’s comfort, there are rustic bed and breakfasts available for pampered relaxation. Welcome to Franklin County. Enjoy!

Raleigh, N.C.........................................34 34 Durham, N.C. ......................................41 Chapel Hill, N.C. .................................57 Winston-Salem, N.C. .........................118 Richmond, Va. ...................................129 Williamsburg, Va. ...............................173 Charlotte, N.C....................................181 Myrtle Beach, S.C...............................226 Washington, D.C................................235 Columbia, S.C....................................259 Baltimore, Md. ...................................274 Charleston, S.C. .................................311 Charleston, W. Va. ..............................334 Knoxville, Tenn. .................................374 Philadelphia, Pa. ................................377 Atlanta, Ga. ........................................420 New York, N.Y. ..................................470 Source: Rand McNally

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ranklin County’s central location is ideal for convenient access to not only all that North Carolina has to offer, but to the entire East Coast. The ever-growing technology center of the Raleigh-Durham Research Triangle is within a half-hour’s commute. Two excellent colleges, Vance Granville Community College and Louisburg College, are within county borders; major universities like Wake Forest, Duke, North Carolina, and North Carolina State are all less than an hour away. Outdoors enthusiasts can camp, fish, hunt, golf, or kayak within Franklin County or in the beauty of North Carolina’s Appalachian Mountains, a day trip of just four hours away. For the ocean lover, the state’s Atlantic coastline is but three hours distant. A well-connected interstate and local road network, several regional and

distance to major destinations (miles)

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Franklin County has BlossomeD into a community With a DiVerse grouP oF home styles.

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ranklin County’s allure has more than one source. Its closeness to the college “Triangle” of Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University, as well as the economic expansion of the Research Triangle, mean that high-reward business growth and hightech job opportunities are readily available. Franklin County’s rural atmosphere is the perfect complement to nearby Raleigh-Durham. Of course, Franklin County’s natural beauty, nestled in the heart of the North Carolina Piedmont, is probably its most attractive asset!

Franklin County has blossomed into a community with a diverse group of home styles. There are historic and colonial homes; locally popular, these styles reflect the rich history of the county, dating back to the 1770s. Farm homes, log cabins, and rustic Cape Cods add to the “country” appeal. For those with contemporary sensibilities, beautiful town homes and gated community developments are available, carefully planned to enhance the area’s small-town charm. 3

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LaBor demograPhics 64,142

57,332 50,000

47,260 40,000







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Population 2000 total population ............................................... 47,260 2008 total population ............................................... 57,332 2013 total population (est.) ...................................... 64,142 Total population within 30-mile radius of Louisburg ................................ 670,164 2008 median age.............................................................. 38 Employment Employment (8/09)...................25,103 Unemployment (8/09) ................2,779 Unemployment rate (8/09) ...........10% Announced job creation (8/09) ......163 Total announced investments (8/09) .......... $39 million Source: NC Employment Security Commission, released 4/2009

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Company..........................................................Industry ............Employment Range Franklin County Schools ........................ Education ............................1,000+ County of Franklin ................................Government .......................500–999 Novozymes ..........................................Manufacturing .....................250–499 CenturyLink......................................................................................250–499 Franklin Regional Medical Center .......... Health care ........................250–499 State of North Carolina ..........................Government .......................250–499 Walmart ......................................................Retail ............................250–499 K-Flex USA ..........................................Manufacturing .....................100–249 Alcan Packaging ...................................Manufacturing .....................100–249 Captive-Aire Systems Inc. ....................Manufacturing .....................100–249 Source: NC Employment Security Commission, 2Q2008

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Education Percent of high school graduates or higher ................. 73.6 Average SAT score (2400 scale) ................................. 1401 Percent bachelor’s degree or higher............................. 22.5

important Facts about Franklin County and north Carolina • North Carolina is a right-to-work state. • Triangle North Franklin’s business/industrial park enjoys a Tier One $12,500 per job tax credit for businesses that create jobs. • Franklin County and North Carolina are outpacing the U.S. average in manufacturing and construction jobs created and sustained; this gap is expected to grow through at least 2017 (State of North Carolina Workforce Report). • North Carolina’s economic growth is geared for new employee hiring; the estimated 2017 workforce demand anticipates a 9.6 percent talent shortfall among the population supply. • Franklin County’s 2009 overall cost of living is just 87.03, which compares very favorably to the U.S. average of 100 (Sperling’s BestPlaces).

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Franklin County: A Research Triangle Region Community

Franklin County’s location near the Triangle’s three major universities (Duke, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State) makes it a favored residence in the internationally recognized Research Triangle Region. Triangle North Franklin is a high-technology park located in the northern part of the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina, home of the Research Triangle Park and one of the most economically competitive regions in the world. This 252-acre park is located adjacent to Triangle North Executive Airport, an asset for business travelers and aviation companies. A newly completed building in the park offers 30,000 square feet for light industrial use and 3,900 square feet of office space. Triangle North Franklin is one of four parks in the Triangle North network of parks, all offering the highest level (Tier 1) of state financial incentives available to businesses in North Carolina. This significant tax credit provides a low-cost point of entry for companies ready to locate or expand in the region. Triangle North Franklin offers: • $12,500 per job state tax credit for companies that locate in the park. • World-leading life science and technology clusters. • Research and development resources of  three major research universities (Duke University, North Carolina State University, and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and federal and private labs. • Strong manufacturing environment with AW North Carolina, BASF, Biogen Idec, Cisco, GlaxoSmithKline, Lenovo, Merck, Novozymes, and others operating major facilities nearby. • Qualified, motivated workforce with a wide range of education and skills. • Customized workforce training, on site and off site, through a top-ranked community college system. • Easy access to East Coast markets and transportation routes. • International airport with nonstop service to key East Coast, West Coast, and international destinations, plus executive airport adjacent to park. • Internationally recognized quality of life. • Business, governments, and academia collaborating for business success

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EDC Offers Updates on Progress and Incentives

Ronnie Goswick, director of the Franklin County Economic Development Commission, is excited about the outstanding growth and opportunities Franklin County has seen in recent years. He is also very optimistic about where the county is headed. “The most recent innovation in Franklin County is the inclusion of a shell building in the Triangle North Franklin,” said Goswick. “The modern business owner needs both office space and warehouse/manufacturing-dedicated areas. The large, tall, and adaptable shell building provides an inexpensive alternative for prospective company owners to start their business.” Business incentives are also a big draw for new industry. Considerable cost savings are available for businesses in the region. In addition to Triangle North Franklin being classified as a Tier One, Goswick says there are plenty of other incentives available from the EDC and the state. Open Tuesday–Sunday Breakfast & Lunch Dinner Served Wednesday–Friday 333 Main Street • Bunn, NC 27508 • (919) 497-0039

“Business owners can take advantage of 7 percent investment tax credits with no threshold,” Goswick noted. “In addition, eligible taxpayers that invest at least $10 million in real property within a three-year period and create at least 200 new jobs within two years at an establishment located in a Tier One county, are allowed a credit equal to 30 percent of the eligible real property investment. “Other incentives available from the state include sales and use tax discounts, exemptions, and refunds,” Goswick continued. “Businesses may also qualify for discretionary programs and other cost-saving plans. The Franklin County Economic Development office can help businesses apply for and answer questions about these programs.” Raynor & Associates Realty, LLC and Raynor Builders of Louisburg, LLC We are the answer to all of your buying, selling and building needs.

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Investments in Excellence

Franklin County schools is also an aWarDWinning District, With the latest Being the aWarD For eXcellence From the north Carolina Communications Center.

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Franklin County Schools 919-496-2600 ::

Consistent growth in Franklin County has led to an increased demand for good public schools, and the Franklin County School system has followed through on that demand. Franklin County was issued a $53 million bond for the county with 41.3 million allotted for the new Franklinton High School. “We are proud that we have been able to renovate and upgrade so many of our school buildings,” said Nathan Moreschi, public information director for the district. “Updating our facilities to meet modern needs and trends is taken very seriously.” Class sizes average a 20-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio, and a full slate of sports and extracurricular activities supplement a challenging curriculum. Franklin County’s

largest school serves 900 students, so the student experience is a very personal one; small schools also facilitate cooperation among the school superintendent, faculty, principals, and parents. Franklin County Schools is also an award-winning district, with the latest being the Award for Excellence from the North Carolina Communications Center.

Crosscreek Charter School 919-497-3198 ::

Originally chartered in 2001, Crosscreek is located in Louisburg. Charter schools receive public money in exchange for accountability, and Crosscreek is proud of its success in providing the best educational experience. Crosscreek currently serves children from kindergarten through eighth grade. The student-to-faculty ratio is always near 9-to-1, ensuring that the faculty has the time 7

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diploma, or degree. Financial aid opportunities are available. Programs are divided into three divisions: Arts & Science, Health Sciences, and Business & Applied Technologies. Courses are offered during the day, evening, and online, and smaller class sizes allow for greater instruction. High school students can take college-credit courses through VGCC. Vance-Granville also offers continuing education and workforce development programs through its Small Business Center, personal interest classes, and industry training classes. VGCC “Vanguards” athletic programs include NJCAA men’s basketball, golf, and women’s volleyball.

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Kerr-Vance Academy 252-492-0018 ::

Kerr-Vance Academy in Henderson is a non-sectarian, co-educational, college-prep day school. The academy is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools, and AdvancED. Kerr-Vance’s 25-acre campus is equipped with three science labs, computer labs, art and music studios, athletic facilities, a Learning Center, and a fully automated media center complete with computer support. A studentto-teacher ratio of 15-to-1 helps foster the student learning experience. Kerr-Vance Academy graduates boast a 100 percent college acceptance rate.

Franklin County Extension Center 919-496-3344 ::

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education and technology that enrich the lives, land, and economy of North Carolinians.” Located in Louisburg, the center is a department of Franklin County government and a division of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at North Carolina State University. A full staff of university faculty and paraprofessionals offers programs geared toward the growth and prosperity of North Carolina agriculture and the conservation of the state’s natural resources. Communities are supported through sponsorship of 4-H programs, and the center is actively engaged in water quality and conservation, waste management, food safety, and child safety. The Franklin County Extension Center also manages the Franklin County Farmers Market, located in the Shannon Village Shopping Center. Seasonally open on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, the market offers local produce, flowers and plants, baked items, and artisans’ handiworks.

Vance-Granville Community College 919-496-1567 (Franklin County Campus)

Vance-Granville Community College (VGCC), part of the North Carolina Community College System, provides higher education and training in Vance, Granville, Franklin, and Warren counties. Students can choose from more than 40 curriculum programs leading to certificate,

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and resources to honor the school commitment to its charter. Elementary grades are staffed with one teacher and one assistant per grade. The school blends faculty excellence and parental participation to create a feeling of community. Crosscreek’s mission is to “inspire academic excellence by empowering students to reach their fullest potential as a lifelong learner.”

Founded in 1787, Louisburg College is affiliated with the United Methodist Church. A two-year residential college, Louisburg College provides a bridge from high school to college or university. Ninety-two percent of graduates go on to four-year institutions. Students can also obtain an associate degree in arts, science, or business. With a 17-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio, Louisburg College presents a diverse curriculum for students, with more than 20 courses of study to choose from. Louisburg College’s “Hurricanes” have a long tradition of athletic excellence. Women’s sports include softball, golf, basketball, soccer, volleyball, and cross-country; the men’s program includes baseball, golf, basketball, soccer, cross country, and football. Cheerleading and dance are also available. Louisburg College’s student athletes receive the tools and discipline that lay the foundation for future success.

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State-of-the-Art Service Franklin Regional Medical Center

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With more than 115 highly trained physicians covering 25 specialties and more than 300 support staff, Franklin Regional Medical Center (FRMC), the county’s only acutecare hospital, is well-equipped to serve Franklin County and the surrounding communities. Offering the quickest and most patient-friendly emergency department in the area, Franklin Regional is dedicated to keeping pace with modern technological advances in health care: • The new, state-of-the-art Achieva Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system provides whole-body scans of a type not yet available even in the world-renowned “Triangle” medical facilities. 10 Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce

• In 2008, Franklin Regional installed the IntelliDOT Safescan system, a medication bar-coding system that significantly reduces medication errors using state-ofthe-art handheld devices. • Franklin Regional purchased the Cepheid GeneXpert System in 2008 to allow for rapid-response testing of every admission and surgical patient for methicillinresistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). No other facility in the area can boast of such a comprehensive MRSA testing program, with results in less than an hour. Franklin Regional is also proud of its tradition of professional excellence. FRMC has been named a “Top 100 Hospital” on multiple occasions by the HCIA/Mercer Report and is proud of its high level of clinical care as determined by the Joint Commission’s National Patient

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With more than 115 highly traineD Physicians coVering 25 sPecialties anD more than 300 suPPort staFF, Franklin regional meDical Center (FrmC), the county’s only acutecare hosPital, is Well-eQuiPPeD to serVe Franklin County anD the surrounDing communities. Safety Goals and CMS Core Measures. Among FRMC’s many certifications are the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act, for their Clinical Laboratory and Cardiopulmonary Department; Food and Drug Administration certification, for their Mammography Service; and the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources’ certification, for their Nuclear Medicine program. FRMC services include: • A full-scale surgical program, which includes spinal, orthopedic, urological, gynecological, ear-nose-throat, and other general surgical procedures. FRMC also continues to be one of the few regional facilities performing bariatric procedures for weight-loss surgery. • Acute inpatient care for medical, pediatric, progressive, intensive, and gastroenterology care. • Therapy services for occupational, physical, and speech therapy, on an inpatient and outpatient basis. • Comprehensive diagnostic services, with extensive imaging capability, full-time laboratories, and cardiopulmonary services. • Growing outpatient programs, including the Louisburg Sleep Lab for diagnosing sleep disorders and the Wound Care program for management of wound treatment and complications. • Outreach and educational programs, including educational diabetes management programs, health fair testing, and active participation with the Franklin County Volunteers in Medicine.

Franklin County Health Department Main Number: 919-496-2533 Administration: 919-496-8110 Dental: 919-496-8132 Environmental Health: 919-496-8100 Home Health: 919-496-2143 Women, Infants, and Children (WIC): 919-496-6454 Maternity Services: 919-496-2533

The Franklin County Health Department (FCHD) has expanded its services to meet the needs of the county’s growing population. All services are centrally located at the FCHD complex at 107 Industrial Drive in Louisburg. • The Maternity Clinic provides prenatal and postpartum care, counseling, and referrals to day care and transportation. • The Adult Health Clinic offers routine medical services. Influenza immunizations are also available every fall, and pneumonia immunizations are also available. The Cancer Screening branch offers pap tests and mammograms. • The Child Health Clinic provides comprehensive health services to children through age 20, and its Child Service Coordination branch provides services to special-needs children through age 5. FCHD also provides free required immunizations for all children. • The Dental Clinic serves Franklin, Vance, Granville, and nearby counties. Exams, cleanings, fillings, extractions, and X-rays are among services offered to children up to age 20. • FCHD’s Health Promotion Initiative sponsors the constructions of walking trails and programs of nutritious food selection in all local communities. The “Frankly Healthy” program works to improve the health of Franklin County residents through promotion of nutrition, physical activity, and management of chronic conditions, among other focuses.

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The hospital also plays a large role in the nonprofit organizations of Franklin County, including the United Way, Safe Space, and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. FRMC’s quarterly newsletter, “Health Connections,” is available at the facility or in your mailbox. FRMC celebrated July 4, 2009, by going 100 percent tobacco-free across the campus. 11

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A Beautiful Destination Outdoors

Vollmer Farm

Allen de Hart Botanical Gardens

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Vollmer Farm’s “Back Forty” is a 40-acre playground that features a 2,500-square-foot jumping pillow, amusement rides and slides, a seasonal corn maze, farm animals, and more. Visitors can pick their own strawberries and pumpkins, and the farm’s market offers fresh seasonal produce.

Allen de Hart, professor emeritus at Louisburg College, is an authority on East Coast hiking trails, having written nine trail guides and hiked more than 53,000 miles in 46 states and 18 foreign countries. De Hart founded the de Hart Botanical Gardens, an 88-acre garden and nature preserve that attracts bird watchers, botanists, and naturalists alike to view more than 500 species of flora and fauna. Two 1.8-mile loop trails wind through the preserve, located south of Louisburg on Highway 401. Double D Equestrian Center 919-496-6564 ::

The Double D Equestrian Center in Louisburg offers horseback riding for the casual rider or the serious equestrian. The center offers 20 miles of trails winding through the beautiful countryside and offers horse boarding, lessons, and trailer campsites. Hill Ridge Farms 919-556-1771 ::

Located in Youngsville, Hill Ridge Farms is a great place for family fun. Visitors get to enjoy feeding animals and fish, lots of amusement rides, panning for gemstones, educational exhibits, and hayrides. Delicious homemade fudge and canned goods are available for purchase. 12 Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce

Hunting and Fishing Many species of game fish are native to the area, which offers fishing in small local ponds, country streams, and the scenic Tar River. Anglers can test their skills against the native blue, white, and channel catfish, and several species of bass and panfish. Hunting is available on private land through permission of the landowners; deer, turkey, waterfowl, and abundant small game can be had.

Festivals and Events Franklin County Tourism Development Authority 112 East Nash Street, P.O. Box 62, Louisburg, NC 27549 p. 919-496-3056 :: f. 919-496-4022

The Tourism Development Authority Board meets monthly on the third Monday at 5 p.m. in the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Conference Room. TDA MISSION: To promote travel and tourism in Franklin County through local and state advertising and promotions. The Franklin County TDA was created in the N.C. General Assembly, Session Law 2005-233 by Senate Bill 369, ratified on July 28,

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April, attracts a variety of well known performers from around the world.

2005, which also mandates the Board structure and the proper use of its tax revenues. The TDA Board held its first meeting on April 12, 2006. It is funded through a 6 percent room occupancy tax collected and administered by Franklin County Government. TDA Funding Priorities: The Franklin County Board of Commissioners has set the funding priorities listed below: • Promoting and attracting outdoor enthusiasts, i.e., flying, kayaking, fishing, etc. • Promoting and developing the local agri-tourism industry, i.e., fun farms, organic meat and vegetable production sites, farmers’ markets, etc. • Promoting local historical and cultural venues, i.e., festivals, artisan shows, theater and musical productions, etc.

view beautiful dwellings during the Franklin County Historic Homes Tour, held in April. Franklin County has been home to a governor, poets, statesmen, and authors, and the tour covers historic homes that reflect the charm and heritage of different eras, from the late 1700s through the early 20th century.

Franklin County Historic Homes Tour

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The Franklin County Arts Council, through the Person Place Preservation Society, provides an opportunity for those who love history to

Louisburg College presents a series of concerts and musicals in its 1,200-seat Auditorium/ Theatre Complex. The series, held during the college academic year from September through

The annual Tar River Festival, hosted by the Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, is a favorite of both the Chamber and the community. The September festival features live music, a kids’ play zone with games and attractions, arts, crafts, artisans’ exhibits, and lots of great food. The largest single venue in Franklin

Photo by Tar River Land Conservancy

Photo by Historic Homes Tour

Photo by Hill Ridge Farms

International Whistlers Convention (IWC)

The IWC is held in April in Louisburg, the “Whistling Capital of the World.” Honoring the art of whistling through lessons, contests, concerts, and awards, the internationally known festival was the subject of Pucker Up: The Art of Whistling, a documentary film. Allen de Hart Concert Series

Fun in the Sun 919-494-3662 ::

Fun in the Sun, sponsored by the Franklinton Township Chamber of Commerce, is held on the third Saturday in May and is highlighted by a town carnival, plenty of live entertainment, and vendors’ and artisans’ booths. The Franklinton Firemen’s Day Fundraiser, held simultaneously, features a delicious spread of chicken and barbecue. Tar River Festival 919-496-3056 :: 13

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County, the Tar River Festival held the 2nd Saturday of September, consistently draws vendors and visitors from across the state. PreddyFest 919-494-7471 ::

This summer bluegrass festival is held at PreddyFest Bluegrass Park, a beautiful setting along the Tar River. The site offers plenty of room for camping; many festival-goers build their vacation around the festival and stay on the grounds for the entire event. Bluegrass bands play continuously from the afternoon through late evening over the festival’s three days, as there are several vendors. Bunn Firemen’s Day Firemen’s Day in Bunn features food booths, play activities, and contests of every sort. Proceeds benefit the local fire department. Pilot Rodeo The Pilot Rodeo is an annual stop on the Mid-Atlantic Professional Rodeo Association tour and is held in Pilot at the Lion’s Club Arena during the summer. All comers to the Pilot Rodeo get to see the best in professional rodeo competition, including calf roping, bull riding, barrel racing and other events. Youngsville Fall Festival 919-556-4026 ::

The Youngsville Fall Festival is held in September. The festival features a popular open-class car show, plenty of live entertainment, children’s activities, and food vendors. Be sure to sample the goods at the Bake-Off Contest too! Frankenfest on Main

Frankenfest in Franklinton is a fun time on the fourth Saturday in October, come rain or shine! This family-oriented event features great live music, dancing, arts and crafts, plenty of fun kids’ activities, and great food. The Pumpkin Carving and Costume Contests are real crowd pleasers. Proceeds from this fun event benefit other Franklinton community activities.

North Carolina Barbecue

Connoisseurs of fine American cuisine know all about North Carolina’s distinctive barbecue style. Two local proprietors of Franklin County offer their mouth-watering takes on this great North Carolina tradition.

Neil Holden, of Holden’s Barbecue in Youngsville, describes the region’s distinctive cuisine. “North Carolina-style barbecue is distinguished by its vinegar-based barbecue sauce,” he said. “There are two ways to do North Carolina barbecue: you can cook the whole hog — everything but the squeal, as the locals say — in the ‘Eastern’ style, with a vinegar and pepper sauce, or you can barbecue the ‘Lexington’ way and use only the pork shoulder, with a vinegar and ketchup-based sauce.” Johnny Gardner, owner of Johnny’s Barbecue in Louisburg, notes that this all-American cuisine has local roots. “North Carolina is the real home of American barbecue,” he said. “Since the 1800s, North Carolinians have used hardwood coals to slow-roast pork for full tastiness and melt-from-the-bone tenderness. In my humble opinion, nobody does barbecue as good as North Carolinians.” 14 Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce

Membership Directory A

A-Fresh Potti by Foster

Donnie and Wanda Foster P.O. Box 2386 Henderson , NC 27536 (252) 438-8588

Alcan Packaging

Ronnie Vaught 111 Wheaton Avenue Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 556-9715

Alice Faye Hunter

Alice F. Hunter 102 South Main Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5104 ext. 237

Amedisys Hospice Services Sherry Watson 3320 US 1 Hwy Suite B Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-3773

American Institute of Applied Science Gary Monroe P. O. Box 639 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 554-2500

Yvonne Bonilla 12 Golden Leaf Drive Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 859-1131

Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina Susan Whitten 943-0 West Andrews Avenue Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 430-1871

Branch Banking and Trust Brian, Johnson - City Executive 157 Burke Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5141 See ad page 14

Brassfield Commercial Realty Mark Thompson – Broker 4 South Main Street Franklinton , NC 27525 (919) 494-4040

Brassfield Commercial Realty Pier Williamson

Ammons Development Group Andy Ammons - Owner P.O.Box 1615 Wake Forest , NC 27588 (919) 562-1322 EXT. 11

Apogee Medical

Lori Siebel 90 Weathers Street Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 570-9605

Pier Williamson 4 South Main Street Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-4040

Brian Pate Entertainment Brian, Pate 873 Stroud Cir. Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 669-4575

Cawthorne, Moss and Panciera, PC, RLS Jason, Panciera P.O. Box 1253 Wake Forest , NC 27588 (919) 556-3148


Jamie Mitchell 14111 Capital Boulevard Wake Forest , NC 27587 (919) 554-5641

CLAS, Inc. County Line Auto Service David Wheeler - President 500 US 1 Hwy. Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 556-4400

Kamlesh Patel - owner 3048 US 1 Hwy Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-5656

Arthur Duckett P.o. Box 763 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-1328

Lewis, Grubbs 3415 Rogers Road Wake Forest , NC 27587 (919) 562-2200

Community Home Care and Hospice

Nichole Norwood 928 North Main Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-1206

Community Workforce Solutions, Inc. Sandra, Waverly 602 South Garnett Street Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 492-9555 EXT. 233 swaverly@


Bull Creek Golf & Country Club David, Stiller 499 Massenburg Baker Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-7888

Austin Consulting

Terri Austin - Owner 112 Brooks Street Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 554-4056


C-Tron, Inc. B

B.B. Pruitt

B.B. Pruitt 122 Person Circle Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5117

Baskets ‘’N’’ Such

Rhonda Wilkins P. O. Box 471 Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 495-8743

Bass, Nixon & Kennedy, Inc.

Harry Mitchell 3319 Heritage Trade Dr., Suite 201 Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 851-4422 See ad page 13

Blue Fin’s Bistro

David, Berent 3652 Rogers Road Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 562-1118 Jack Pyritz 3959 Hwy. 39 South Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4286

Donna Albright 22 North Main Street Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-7811

Cal-Maine Foods

Tommy, Furlough P.O. Box 649 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5121

Campbell Propane

Nancy Goodman 416 US Hwy 1 Suite F Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 562-7272

Carter Bank and Trust

Rosemary, Champion - Assistant VP & Managing Officer 205 S Bickett Boulevard Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-0125

Casey Services HVAC, Inc.

Dean Casey 4900 Purnell Road Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 556-3338

Creedmoor Fuel Service Inc. Faye Hunter-Libby P.O. Box 337 Creedmoor, NC 27522 (919) 528-1505

Cross Creek Charter School

Robin Jackson 306 Sandalwood Lanc Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-3198 See ad page 14

Custom Signs, Inc.

Tony Edwards 12223 Hampton Way Drive Suite 600 Wake Forest , NC 27587 (919) 556-8339

Coldwell Banker AdvantageWake Forest

Budget Inn

Arthur Duckett

Bobbee’s Bottling

Bojangles Famous Chicken ‘N Biscuits

George Prudhomme 4742 Holts Prairie Rd., P.O. Box 306 Pinckneyville, IL 62274 (800) 455-5600

Cook Shack Catering Company Austin Murray 3778 NC Hwy. 39 South Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 761-3018 See ad page 11

Cooper Insurance Agency, Inc. Haven, Cooper P.O. Box 209 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4138

Cornerstone Facility Services Inc. Penny McGhee-Young P.O. Box 1261 Wake Forest, NC 27588 (919) 494-2848


Danco Electrical Contractors, Inc. Daniel Dodrill 890 Park Avenue Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 562-3191

Days Inn

Jim Shaw 201 Sandalwood Avenue Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 340-4449

DeCillis & Turrentine, Attorneys at Law


ElectriCities of NC, Inc.

Brenda, Daniels - Economic Development Director 1427 Meadowwood Boulevard Raleigh, NC 27604 (919) 760-6310

Eye Care Associates

Shaun Cotterman 505 Retail Way Suite 118 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-1156 F

Family Eye Center

Jerry, Ellington 216 North Bickett Boulevard Suite 6 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2071

Farm Bureau Insurance Agency Charles, Early P.O. Box 445 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2051

Farm Bureau Insurance Agency Wayne Champion Wayne, Champion P. O. Box 445 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2051

Steven Decillis 946-Y West Andrews Avenue Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 492-9982

The Farmer’s Table

Dex One

Fidelis Construction, Inc.

Dickerson Builders

First Baptist Church-Bridges of Hope Outreach Ministry-Franklinton

Robin Rampani 300 South Wesleyan Blvd. Rocky Mount, NC 27804 (252) 937-3800 Jamie, Frazier P.O. Box 326 Bunn, NC 27508 (919) 496-1527 See ad page 5

Document Systems, Inc. Pam Brame 89 Market Street Henderson, NC 27537 (252) 433-4888

Double D Equestrian

John Daniels 733 Egypt Church Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-6564

Crystal Mullen 333 Main Street Bunn, NC 27508 (919) 497-0039 See ad page 6

MIchael Schriver 734 Fleming Road Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 570-1041

Fannie Brown P.O. Box 457 Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-2826

First Citizens Bank - Bunn

Wanda Whitley 321 Main Street Bunn, NC 27508 (919) 496-5731

First Citizens Bank - Franklinton Adrian Woody 101 North Main Street Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-2106

First Citizens Bank - Louisburg

60 Chesterfield Court Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 554-4840

Darrell Smith P.O. Box 359 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-0900

Randy, Jordan P.O. Box 463 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3105

Dr. Bert Kelling

Flowers by Henry

Country Moments Primitive Home Decor - Gifts Restaurant & Bakery Goods

Dr. Lee C. Currin, DDS

Fonville Morisey Realty

Country 102

Deanna, Reyes 204 East Nash Street Louisburg, NC 27549 919-340-0004

County of Franklin

Angela Harris - County Manager 113 Market Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5994

The information in this membership directory has been provided and reviewed for accuracy by the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. CommunityLink and Craig Williams Creative Inc. assume no responsibility for omissions or errors of any kind.

Doug Uhlig

Bert, Kelling 1007 N. Bickett Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-6555 Lee Currin P.O. Box 297 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3388 See ad page 6

Dr. Paul Stewart, Jr. DDS Paul Stewart Jr. 109 Jolly Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5734

Henry Dickerson 107 West Franklin Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5427 Brian Pate 20 Gatekeeper Dr. Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 229-2010

The Forks Cafeteria & Catering, Inc. Karen Winstead 339 South Brooks Street Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 556-6544 15

memBership direCtory Fowl Creek Kennels Stacey West 132 T K Allen Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 819-2604

Fred Hight Builders Inc. Fred, Hight 1683-A NC HWY 401 South Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4912 G

Franklin Community Health Services David Engel 111 South Church Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 340-2500

Franklin County Arts Council Simon Brough P. O.Box 758 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-1191

Franklin County Cancer Treatment Center

Paige McLaurin 113 Jolly Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-0113 See ad page 6

Grace Haven Baptist Fellowship Dick Graves 351 West Cedar Ave. Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 554-0180

Green Hill Country Club Darrell Perry 252 Club Drive Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3236

Greystone Concrete Products

John, Cannady 2100 N. Garnett Street Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 438-5144 H

Franklin County Committee of 100

Lori Duke - Administrative Support Specialist 112-D Wheaton Drive Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 554-1863 See ad page 9

Franklin County Homebuilders Association Mary Robbins P.O. Box 1061 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 863-6482 Fax: (919) 863-6422

Franklin County Humane Society Debbie Peters P.O. Box 338 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 990-1045

Franklin County Schools Dr. Eddie Ingram 105 S. Bickett Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4159

Franklin County Volunteers in Medicine Beverly Kegley - Executive Director P.O. Box 397 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-0492

Franklin Family Medicine

Angelina Ellis 205 Sandalwood Ave. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5774

Franklin Regional Medical Center Jason Proctor 100 Hospital Drive Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5131 See ad page Outside Back Cover

The Franklin Times

Gary Cunard P. O. Box 119 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-6503

Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start Garry, Dacke 125 Charles D. Rollins Road Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 433-9110

Franklinton Medical Practice Dr. Stephanie, Brown 3386 US Hwy 1 Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-9949

Hampton Inn of Wake Forest

Suzanne Villani - Rgl Dir of Sales 12318 Wake Union Church Road Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 554-0222

The Hudson Manor

Leigh Publishing

Neuse Tile Service


Leslie Martin Pottery

The News & Observer Publishing Co.

Melissa, Cogliati 908 Moulton Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-0101 Tony, Aiello 1300 Sky Hill Place Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 453-0213

Leslie Martin 22 South Main Street Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-6761 J

Johnny’s Barbecue Johnny, Gardner 8446 NC Hwy 56 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-5997

Ben & Johnny Williamson P. O. Box 96 919-496-4152 Louisburg, NC 27549

Judge Robert Hobgood

Robert, Hobgood P.O. Box 704 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5031 K

Glenda, Jones 418 Hampton Lane Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 570-3444 See ad page 9


Brandon, Hedgecock 100 Roberts Blunt Drive Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 562-0031 See ad page 6

Harris Farm

Kathy Harris 79 Huford Harris Road Spring Hope, NC 27882 (252) 478-3085 See ad page 9

Harris Incorporated of Henderson Paul Harris P.O. Box 1595 Henderson , NC 27536 (252) 438-3070

Heartwood Animal Hospital Kate Crumley 3091 May’s Crossroads Road Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 570-9311

Hodges Insurance Agency Ray, Hodges P.O. Box 330 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5155 See ad page 3

Holden’s Barbeque and Catering Service Neil, Holden 582 US HWY 1 Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 556-3607

Hospice of Wake County

Darcy, Dye - Community Relations and PR Manager 250 Hospice Circle Raleigh, NC 27607 (919) 828-0890

HSV Business Services

Humberto Vicetti 108 Quail Court Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 971-2724

16 Greater Franklin County Chamber of Commerce

Little River Corporation Kenneth, Perdue 1716 NC 39 Hwy South Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2011

Log Cabin Kennel

Jolly, Williamson & Williamson, Attorneys

Hampton Village Apartments

Jill Leigh Bullock 1240 Lake Royale Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 424-8017

Allison, Asher 2032 US HWY 401 South Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3389

Louisburg Chiropractic Center

Linda Weidler 1165 US HWY 401 South Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4664 See ad page 6

Louisburg College

Mark La Branche 501 North Main Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2521

Giuseppe Guarino 100 Nomaco Drive Youngsville, NC 27596 (800) 765-6475 K-Flex USA is your Worldwide Leader in Elastomeric Foam Insulation. Call us today to serve your insulation needs at 800-765-6475 or visit our site at K-Flex USA Innovation In Insulation See ad page Outside Back Cover

Robert, Brink P.O. Box 246 Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 438-2573

Louisburg Tractor and Truck James, Bumpass 1931 HWY 401 South Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3594 See ad page 2

Lucy T. Allen

Paul, Villatico 700 Vance Academy Road Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 492-0018 L

Lake Royale Property Owners Association T.R. O’Neill 9022 Lake Royale Louisburg, NC 27549 (252) 478-4121

Lancaster Funeral & Cremation Services Kim, Kimball 804 North Bickett Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3161

The Law Office of Jeffrey Scott Thompson, PLLC

North Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Gordan Agingu 10 Medical Court Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 492-3141

Novozymes North America Adam Monroe 77 Perry Chapel Church Rd. Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-2014 See ad page 5

Nu-Tech Paving Company Inc. Sara Easley P.O. Box 310 Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 556-6105

Occoneechee Council Boy Scouts of America Nicholas, Long III P.O. Box 41229 Raleigh , NC 27629-1229 919.872.4884 ext. 227

OReilly Auto Parts

Dee Dee Vaughan 336 South Bickett Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-1299 P

Parler Properties, LLC


Kerr Vance Academy

Jeffrey Thompson 206 South Main Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-0990

Stephanie Sparrow 14600 Weston Parkway Suite 200 Cary, NC 27513 (919) 677-9400

Lucy, Allen 312 N. Main Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5111


Kathy Fuerst 215 South McDowell Street Raleigh, NC 27601 (919) 836-5639


Louisburg Plaza LLC C/O GFD Management K-Flex USA

Paige, Smith 70-B Weathers Street Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 570-7400

McDonalds Restaurant

Pamela Hutcheson 1110 US Hwy 1 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 569-9953

Men at Work, Inc.-Louisburg

Hilda Parler 127 Sequoia Drive Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 357-4649 See ad page 9

Perry-Medders Medical Group Frieda Collins P.O. Box 589 205 Sandalwood Avenue Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4250

William Kearney - CEO P.O. Box 278 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-6098

Person Place Preservation Society

Mitchell Do It Best Hardware

Pete Smith Tire and Quick Lube, Inc.

Shane, Mitchell P.O. Box 280 Junction Plaza Shopping Ctr. Ste. 5 Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-2378 N

NC Senator Doug Berger

Doug, Berger 622 Legislative Office Building 300 North Salisbury Raleigh , NC 27603 (919) 715-8363

Nemo Associates, Inc. Bob Neeb P.O. Box 276 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 556-5188

John, Young P.O. Box 135 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5502

Keith, Smith 703 South Bickett Boulevard Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2229

Pete Smith’s Garage

Keith, Smith 655 Pete Smith Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2009

Philling Station

Phillip Young 2 South Main Street Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-2018

Piedmont Surveys Inc. Chip, Davis P.O. Box 562 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3797

Membership Directory Print Products, Inc.

Romark Business Complex

Mike, Elmore 218 East Nash Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4113

Nita Mahoney 169 Hwy 56 East Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-0006

Progress Energy

Tanya Evans - Community Relations Manager Northern Region 602 Raleigh Road Henderson, NC 27536 (800) 452-2777

Rustic Building Supply Jimmy, Cottrell 85 NC 561 HWY Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5726 See ad page 5


PSNC Energy

Linda S. Harris 1312 Annapolis Drive Suite 200 Raleigh , NC 27608 (877) 776-2427

S.T. Wooten Construction S.T. Wooten 3801 Black Creek Rd. P.O. Box 2408 Wilson, NC 27894-2408 (252) 291-5165 Q

Qualified Staffing Services Cindy, Hammond 934 Durham Road Wake Forest , NC 27587 (919) 556-1201

Raymond James Financial Services Parker Lumpkin P.O. Box 505 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3171

Real Living Pittman Properties Don Batten 2000 South Main Street Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 556-2900

Real Living Pittman Properties Diana Braun Diana Braun 5821-B Falls of Neuse Road Raleigh, NC 27609 (919) 671-7358

Real Living Pittman Properties Tucker Nobles Tucker Nobles 93 BestView Drive Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-6355

Redwood Productions, Inc. Jennifer Ray P.O. Box 326 Wake Forest, NC 27588 (919) 570-5050

Ribeye’s Steakhouse of Louisburg Jeff Ellis 32 Golden Leaf Drive Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3800

Richards Oil Company James E., Young 2063 NC Hwy 39 N Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3381

River Golf and Country Club Bob Doyle 170 Clearwater Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (252) 478-3832

Rochelle Moon Realty

The Rogers Group

Cliff, Rogers P.O. Box 527 Kittrell, NC 27544-0527 (252) 492-9385

Lyn Rudolph P.O. Box 240 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-5599

Servpro Franklin, Vance and Granville R

Rochelle, Moon 215 South Bickett Blvd Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-0444

Safe Space, Inc.

Melissa, Paul P. O. Box 79 Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 433-0005 See ad page 2

ShipOnSite Louisburg

Keiki Puri 505 Retail Way Suite 112 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 497-0800

Sirchie Fingerprint Laboratories Jim Gocke 100 Hunter Place Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 554-2244

Smith Insulation, Inc.

Timmy & Pam Smith 780 E. F. Cottrell Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3512

Southeastern Emergency Equipment Inc. Donald Pleasants 5760 Hwy. 96 West Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 556-1890

Southern Door and Trim

Jennette Yates 128 Franklin Park Avenue Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 562-2988

Southern Pride Services

Michael Colclough 220 Andrew Denton Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 274-0779

Southern States Service of Louisburg Henry, Shearin 324 South Bickett Boulevard Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2022

State Employees Credit Union Lori Martin 28 Burke Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5447

Statewide Roofing

Roger House 6651 Hwy. 96 West Younsville, NC 27596 (919) 494-5168

Steven Hayes Builder Inc. Steven, Hayes 28 Hayes Court Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 554-6911

Stock Building Supply

Steve, Ashley 45 Mosswood Boulevard Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 562-6601

Sumner Construction Company Bobby, Sumner P.O. Box 1011 Youngsville , NC 27596 (919) 562-5240

United Country Raynor & Associates Realty

Betty, Raynor 203 West Nash Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-4490 See ad page 6

United Way of Franklin County Kathy, Harrelson P.O. Box 342 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-0937 V

Sunrise Biscuit Kitchens, Inc. David Allen 208 South Bickett Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2609


Tar River Land Conservancy Cynthia Satterfield 123 North Main Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5902

Vance Construction Company

Andi Curtis 101 Innovation Avenue Suite 100 Morrisville , NC 27560 (919) 573-7111

Toney Ace Hardware

Roger, Melvin P.O. Box 687 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-7920

Town of Louisburg

Mark Warren 110 West Nash Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3406 See ad page 3

Triple R Ranch

Robert, Jones 1207 Front Street Raleigh , NC 27609 (919) 829-2492

TTI Wireless

Tom, Albright - Owner 14101 Capital Blvd. Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 556-7100

Wester’s Front End and Brake Shop Betty Lynn Wester 305 South Bickett Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3160

Whitco Termite and Pest Control Mark, Harrison P.O. Box 2169 Henderson , NC 27536 (919) 554-1447

William Dement, Jr., RLS

Vance-Granville Community College

William Person. P.E.

Bobbie Jo, May - Director, Franklin Campus 200 Community College Road Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 492-2061 Simone, Sobral - Owner 1839 South Main Street ** Inside THE FACTORY ** East Entrance Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 453-1692 See ad page 6

Vollmer Farm

John, Vollmer 617 NC HWY 98 East Bunn, NC 27508 (919) 496-3076

Town of Franklinton

Larry Carver P.O. Box 309 Franklinton, NC 27525 (919) 494-2888

David, Carver 1020 South Garnett Street Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 438-8165

Bob Kemp 4197 Raleigh Road Henderson, NC 27537 (252) 492-0028

Victory Trophies & Gifts

Time Warner Cable

Wester Insurance Agency

William Dement, Jr. 102 West Nash Street Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-6159

William Person 774 E F Cottrell Road Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-5228

Wood’s Home Furnishings

Vincent Wood P.O. Box 716 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-3101Fax: (919) 496-3101

Woodruff Moving

Don Woodruff 2084 Ross Mill Rd. Henderson, NC 27536 (252) 492-2511

Worthy and Wachtel Commercial Real Estate W

Wake Electric Membership Corporation Fred Keller 414 E. Wait Ave. Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 863-6300

The Wake Weekly

Todd Allen P.O. Box 1919 Wake Forest , NC 27588 (919) 556-3182

Jim Moss P.O. Box 960 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 781-6300 Y

Youngsville Truck Tires & Services, Inc. Joe Jones 179 Northbrook Dr. Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 562-0765


Dana Evans 705 Retail Way Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2221 See ad page 6

Warren Jordan Narron Shackleford and Mackay, PLLC


Union Bank and Trust Company Tex Finch 512 South Bickett Boulevard, P. O. Box 1128 Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 340-1884 Fax: (919) 340-1891 See ad page 13

Union Bank & Trust Company Don, Lancaster 978 US Hwy 1 Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 554-0834 See ad page 13

James Warren 343 South White Street Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 556-3134 See ad page 11

Waste Industries, Inc.

Terry Lambert - Sales Representative 241 Vanco Mill Road Henderson, NC 27537 (252) 438-5333

Welsh Paper Co.

Tammy W. Smolan 112 Franklin Park Ave. Youngsville, NC 27596 (919) 556-6711 17

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