Hickory Living July 2022

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Complimentary July 2022

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On the Road Again... pages 19-23








JULY 2022 MacAdam Smith


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10 • COVER STORY McKinney • Graham Dental Arts A Forward-Looking New Practice With Deep Roots In The Community


16 • BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Personal Attention and Fierce Advocacy Daly Mills Family Law Helps You Fight For Your Family

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ON THE ROAD AGAIN... 21 • Drive Safe And Save

IN THIS ISSUE 6 • Welcome To The July Issue 8 • July Events

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CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Peter Eisenhauer • Kathy Wheeler Kathy Dicken

COVER PHOTOGRAPHY by Shane Greene Photography



Welcome to the

July Issue By Kathy Wheeler


appy July 4th! There is a lot to celebrate this month and plenty of ways to do it. Fireworks, outdoor concerts, and movies under the Sails are just a few! Fun doesn’t have to cost much in our area. Check out the July events on page eight with a list of local fireworks and concerts. Also, visit the online calendars for Hickory and Catawba County libraries, and parks and recreation departments to see what they offer for you and your family. There’s something for everyone! You will find the calendars on the following websites: www.hickorync.gov/calendar/events/ www.catawbacountync.gov/county-services/library/ www.catawbacountync.gov/county-services/parks/ Get out this summer and explore all that our community has to offer. If you have children, you should plan a visit to the Catawba Science Center. The exhibits, salt and freshwater aquariums, and the digital planetarium are must sees! Located in the same building is the Hickory Museum of Art where you can browse the different art exhibits. Catch a Crawdads game at L.P. Frans Stadium or visit one of the parks on Lake Hickory. The Farmers’ Market downtown on Wednesday and Fridays is a fun place to put up fresh produce and other items from local vendors. Make a summer bucket list of local things that you want to do!



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Hickory Living’s theme this month is ‘On the Road Again.’ If you are planning a summer road trip, the article on page 21 offers advice from local professionals on servicing your vehicle before your trip, gas saving vehicles you may want to consider for future trips, and what to do if you have an accident while away from home. Our cover story features McKinney • Graham Dental Arts. Drs. Bryan Graham and Kyle McKinney recently merged their practices and offer new technology to give you exceptional oral health care and a gorgeous smile. Their article starts on page 10. The business spotlight this month features Daly Mills Family Law, a Statesville law firm. These women attorneys can help you navigate the intricacies of family law. Read their article on page 18. Next month we will begin nominaing and voting for your favorite businesses in our annual Best of the Foothills. Let the local businesses know that you support them! Thank you for reading the July issue of Hickory Living. We appreciate you reading our magazine and hope you enjoy all the fun July events in our area!



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JULY EVENTS Enjoy! FIREWORKS! July 3 - HICKORY Crawdads vs. Greensboro Independence Day Extravaganza L.P. Frans Stadium • Game at 6 PM Fireworks follows www.milb.com/hickory/tickets/ single-game-tickets

July 4 - LAKE HICKORY Lake Hickory Adventures Fireworks Cruise • Steak and Seafood dinner • Live Music • Tickets and reservation required. For more information visit: lakehickoryadventures.com/ activities/independence-dayfireworks-cruise/

July 3 - MOUNTAIN VIEW JAM 2575 Mountain View Road, Hickory Live music, free camping, vendors, and fireworks • Gates open at 5PM, Music starts at 6PM • Tickets are required. For more info, visit: www.eventbrite.com/e/mountainview-jam-tickets-323634127387

July 1 - VALDESE July 1: Independence Day Celebration - Stage on Main Street Amusement rides, cruise-in, food & beverage & fireworks at dusk. Band - Too Much Sylvia

July 4 - MORGANTON Freedom Park - 400 Independence 8


Blvd, Morganton at 9:45PM Bring the whole family and watch from nearby locations. www.morgantonparksandrec.com/ parksrec/page/4th-july-fireworks

HICKORY July 8, 22 Family Film Night Downtown Hickory under the Sails 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month from 8PM – 10PM July 8: Paddington July 22: The Iron Giant

VALDESE July 8, 15, 22, 29 Valdese Family Friday Night Concerts • Held at Temple Field behind The Old Rock School • Bring a lounge chair • Music starts at 7PM. July 8: Shelby Rae Moore July 15: Michael Cosner July 22: Shakedown Band July 29: Randy Clay Band townofvaldese.com

NEWTON July 14 Music On Main Downtown Newton Amphitheater, N Main Avenue, Newton Band begins at 6PM • Food trucks and two beverage gardens • Bring a lawn chair. July 14: Coconut Groove facebook.com/newtondowntown

MORGANTON July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 TGIF Summer Concerts Amphitheater Stage at the Courthouse Square • Bring a lawn chair • Food and beverage vendors open at 6PM • Music starts at 7PM. July 1: Ace Party Band July 15: Red Dirt Revelators July 22: Tony Eltora July 29: Throwdown Jones morgantonfest.org

LENOIR July 8 Summer Music Madness 801 West Avenue, Lenoir 7PM-10PM • Bring a lawn chair. July 8: The Silvio Martinat Band downtownlenoirnc.com/events

BLOWING ROCK July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Music On The Lawn The Inn at Ragged Gardens 203 Sunset Drive, Blowing Rock Bring a lawn chair, no coolers, no pets • 5:30PM–8:30PM July 1: Harris Brothers July 8: Soul Benefactor July 15: Shelby Rae July 22: Glorious Day July 29: Lucky Strikes www.ragged-gardens.com



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A forward-looking new practice with deep roots in the community By Peter Eisenhauer | Photos by Revival Creatives

The idea of setting up a new joint dental practice came to Drs. Kyle McKinney and Bryan Graham while they were having lunch at Hatch Sandwich Bar. Both were at a crossroads in their existing practices in northwest Hickory. Bryan’s partner, his father-in-law, Dr. Coke Gunter, was transitioning into retirement. Kyle was dealing with the physical limits of his existing office, Oakwood Dental Arts, a beautiful legacy building not designed for modern dentistry. “We were both simultaneously looking to modernize and keep up with the latest technology to make sure we are giving our patients the best experience and cutting-edge care,” said Kyle. “And we had the idea to build a new facility together.” Their discussions began in 2019, and by early 2020, they were ready to proceed. In the meantime, they learned that long-time Hickory dentist George Clay was selling his practice, and they decided that he would be a great addition to their team. The pandemic slowed the process but by mid-year, arrangements were in place, and construction started in December of 2020. The new office was built at the Gunter & Graham location, with the addition of an adjacent office and a complete

renovation of the space. “We ended up taking everything down to the studs and starting over,” said Kyle. McKinney • Graham Dental Arts opened January of this year. “It’s a state-of-the-art facility,” said Bryan. “There are not many technologies that we don’t have.” This includes 3-D imaging and X-ray technology, same day crowns designed using a digital scanner and milled in a cad cam machine, as well as 3-D printers used to create surgical guides for precise placement of dental implants. The technology saves time and reduces the possibility of errors. The doctors are happy that they can take care of almost all dental needs for people of all ages. “One of the goals when we came together was being able to treat most anything that comes into our office in a place where patients are comfortable,” said Kyle. They take care of children from their first appointment, to braces or Invisalign,


On the cover and opposite page–Bryan D. Graham, DDS, and Kyle M. McKinney, DDS, owners of McKinney • Graham Dental Arts. (Cover photo by Shane Greene Photography. Photo pictured left is by Revival Creatives.) Above–The team of McKinney • Graham Dental Arts HICKORY LIVING • JULY 2022


and extracting wisdom teeth. For adults, they can handle any crowns or implants and specialize in cosmetic work, from veneers, to implants, to full mouth rehabilitation. Bryan says the same day crown is one example of the benefits patients get from the new technology. Traditionally, dentists prepare the tooth for a crown, then take a messy impression that gets mailed to the lab. The patient leaves with a temporary tooth and comes back for a second visit for the permanent crown. Not with McKinney • Graham. “With the CEREC technology, we can prepare the tooth, do a digital scan, and mill the crown all in the same appointment right here in our office,” said Bryan. “It saves a lot of time for our patients, and they get a very predictable outcome when it goes straight from the computer to the mouth. The materials that we use are strong and very esthetic.” “Similarly with implants, 3-D imaging software streamlines the process for doctor and patient,” Kyle said. “Using 3-D planning, we can virtually place a 12


dental implant prior to the date of the patient’s surgery. We use that technology to create a custom implant guide that then allows us to precisely place the implant where we have planned it in the software. While some patients are anxious about the procedure,” he said, “with the 3-D planning, they end up pleasantly surprised with how little stress and time are involved.” Another advantage of the 3-D X-rays is early detection and diagnosis of underlying issues that might otherwise pass unnoticed. “There could be a tooth in the early stages of an abscess that the patient isn’t aware of,” Kyle said. “But we can isolate that on our 3-D X-ray before it’s an emergency and get treatment started.” In addition to Bryan and Kyle, dentists at the practice include Dr. MacKenzie LeCroy who had joined Bryan’s practice in 2020 and Dr. George Clay who continues to see patients a few days a week. Dr. Lena Eldridge, whose practice Kyle had purchased, has regular hours every other Friday, and she also fills in. Dr. Gunter still sees patients occasion-

ally. With that deep bench, the practice is able to have extended hours and is regularly open from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. McKinney • Graham Dental Arts has adopted the very Hickory motto of “Smiles well crafted.” Although Kyle is from Greensboro, and Bryan grew up in Asheville, both moved here for family reasons and are well established in the city. “Both our practices have deep Hickory roots,” said Bryan. “My father-in-law, Coke Gunter started his practice in 1974 and gained a reputation as an excellent dentist and even better person. Lena Eldridge began practicing dentistry in 1982, and was known for excellent care and the way she treated patients. Kyle and I are lucky to continue their legacy.” Kyle’s wife, Caroline, grew up in Hickory, the daughter and granddaughter of local physicians. Her father, Dr. Ben Goodman, is a physician here, and his father, also Benjamin Goodman, was a family doctor in the area and team physician for all of Lenoir-Rhyne’s sports teams for many years.


Opposite page, clockwise– • Dr. McKinney reviewing a CT image • Digital planning for a 3-D printed implant surgical guide • Dr. Graham using CEREC software. The software can design several restorations at once to prepare for “teeth in a day” procedures. • Dr. Clay preparing to treat a patient Right, top to bottom– • Dr. McKinney working up a cosmetic case • Patient comfort is important to all the providers • Before and after of a cosmetic case completed at McKinney • Graham Dental Arts

“A lot of patients I have now were actually seen either by my grandfather-in-law or my father-in-law,” said Kyle. “Our twins were born in 2014, and wanting to raise our family in Hickory where Caroline grew up sparked our move in 2015. We both love the area, and the thought that she could raise our kids with her parents nearby was always really attractive.” The couple has four children: twins Harper and Connor, Sawyer, age five, and two-year-old Hunter. The family are members of First Presbyterian Church, where Kyle serves on the preschool board. Caroline is active in the Service League of Hickory. Bryan came to Hickory in 2007 to join his father-in-law’s practice. He and his wife, Jennifer, have a 21-yearold son at Chapel Hill and a 16-yearold daughter at Hickory High School. Bryan grew up in Asheville and went to Chapel Hill for his undergraduate degree and dental school. There was a substantial gap between those years at UNC, because he first graduated from Vanderbilt Law School and practiced law in Raleigh for five years. “Then he saw the light,” Kyle jokes, noting that the legal detour did make Bryan a “very smart guy who is great to partner with because he loves reading legal documents that I don’t even want to try to understand.” Bryan

has served with various community organizations and is currently chairperson of the Board of Education for Hickory Public Schools. In addition to the doctors, there are lots of other smiling faces at McKinney • Graham. “We have a tremendous team surrounding us, some have been with our offices for over 40 years,” said Bryan. The partners have put a lot of effort into creating a vibrant office culture and bringing the earlier practices together as one team. Kyle said, “Our practice culture and our team, who love working together, have been important to both of our practices. We believe in taking care of the team and treating them well. In dentistry, we literally work shoulder to shoulder, and we’re only as good as the collective whole.” Even before setting up the new office, they organized many social events and outings for team members. Kyle and Bryan believe that creating a strong family feeling for the practice helps everyone provide the best possible care for patients. They look forward to greeting new and familiar faces at McKinney • Graham and helping all with...Smiles well crafted.

221 13th Ave. PL NW, Hickory (828) 328-5581 www.mckinneygraham.com HICKORY LIVING • JULY 2022






business spotlight


Left–Attorneys at Daly Mills Family Law. From left to right–Danielle Feller, Meg Stacy, Miranda Mills, Judith Daly, and Jennifer Palmer Opposite page, from left to right Managing Partner Miranda Mills and Associate Danielle Feller discuss legal strategy for an estate planning client. Senior Trial Attorney Meg Stacy and Associate Jennifer Palmer review statutes for an upcoming family law hearing. Managing Partner Miranda Mills and Attorney Judith Daly meet with a potential client for a family law consultation.

Personal Attention and Fierce Advocacy

Daly Mills Family Law Helps You Fight for Your Family By Peter Eisenhauer | Photos by Shane Greene Photography

A law practice led by attorneys who are distinguished, empathetic, and available to their clients…that’s the model followed by Daly Mills Family Law, where the focus is “Your children, finances, and future are worth fighting for.” The attorneys at Daly Mills have a passion for family law and estate planning. After earning her degree from DePaul College of Law in Chicago, Judith Daly opened a practice in North Carolina. In 2011, after devoting her practice to family law, she became a certified family law specialist through the North Carolina State Bar. She is a member of the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. 16


Managing partner, Miranda Mills, earned her degree at Wake Forest University School of Law in 2010. She was named to the 2020 list of Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers Association and to the Super Lawyers 2020 North Carolina Rising Stars. Miranda joined the practice in 2019, at the time the estate planning and administration were added to the offerings. Meg Stacy, who focuses in family law, graduated cum laude from North Carolina Central School of Law and interned as a clerk at the North Carolina Court of Appeals and Wake Family Court. Danielle Feller heads the firm’s estate planning practice. She earned her degree at

Campbell University School of Law in Raleigh. Danielle was named to the 2020 list of Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers Association and to the Super Lawyers 2020-2021 North Carolina Rising Stars. “We are an all-female firm,” said Miranda. “We’re really proud to have an office full of women who are getting things done, especially in the court system where most attorneys you encounter are men.” Miranda says personal experiences led the attorneys to their practice and inform their understanding of clients’ needs. “My husband went

through a very strenuous custody battle,” she shared. “Just going through that with him made me realize what a difference a good attorney can make.” Danielle, who, like Miranda, had previously practiced criminal law, moved to estate planning after her father died. She had experienced the emotions and stresses of administering an estate after losing a loved one. The attorneys are accessible to their clients and are supported by dedicated staff and paralegals. “Sometimes it’s

best for clients to talk directly to the attorney about their concerns,” Miranda said. “This is often some of the most serious stuff a person will go through in their lives. And when something is serious to you, you want it to feel serious to the attorney who’s representing you. You’re talking about people’s children, people’s money, things that they’ve saved for, the property that they’ve worked for their entire lives. Those are very personal issues, and you want to feel like you can be open with your attorney.”

If you are looking for advice and dedicated advocacy in family law or estate planning, visit Daly Mills Family Law. The firm has offices in Statesville and Mooresville. For an initial consultation, call

Daly Mills Family Law 704.878.2365 111 West Broad Street, Suite D Statesville, NC 28677 www.DalyMills.com





On the Road Again... Summer is a great time to take a road trip! Before you head out, get your vehicle serviced to ensure it is ready for the trip. Sitting on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck or having A/C problems in the heat of summer is not part of a good time! With high gas prices, it may be time to purchase a new, more economical vehicle. You will find some choices in the following article. Also, accidents can happen. What do you do when you are in an accident away from home? Find out on the next few pages. At Hickory Living, we wish you safe travels this summer creating great memories on the road!





Drive Safe and Save By Peter Eisenhauer

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Yes, we can. Summer is here, and we can load up that car and hit the open road. With the record price of gas, we may need financing to fill the tank. But many of those who can, will. Car travel on Memorial Day was up over 8% from last year, according to the AAA. And AAA Travel’s vice-president, Paula Twidal, said, “Based on our projections, summer travel isn’t just heating up, it will be on fire. People are overdue for a vacation, and they are looking to catch up on some much-needed R&R in the coming months.” So here are a few tips on making sure your trip goes smoothly, then some food for thought on saving in the future. TUNE-UP William J. Porter, corporate fixed ops director of Paramount Automotive Group, has this advice:

The most important items to check before a road trip are listed below in order of importance. You can check these items yourself, but for a comprehensive assessment, it’s always best to visit a shop and have the vehicle on a lift to get a better look at what’s going on underneath. 1. Tires – Balance of tread, free of nails or punctures, and proper air pressure. 2. Engine fluids – Coolant, oil, brake fluid, washer fluid, etc., to ensure they are full and have no contamination or deterioration. 3. Drive belts and hoses – Check belts for cracks or splits and hoses for bulges or weak spongy spots. According to Tim Lail, owner of Momentum Car Care, a must-have service

before any road trip would be the signature service offered at Momentum Tire & Car Care. Not only does it include a full synthetic oil change with a tire rotation, but you also get the brakes, battery, fluids, belts, and hoses checked, as well. Tires and tire pressures are also checked to be sure you are all set for a safe trip. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Accidents and breakdowns can happen. Before you get behind the wheel for a long trip, it’s a good idea to review the insurance coverage you have: what happens if you need roadside assistance? What happens if your car must be towed? If you end up needing a rental, what are the limits? Here is a rare bit of good news in car rentals—the AAA reports that average rental prices are actually down 16% from last year. HICKORY LIVING • JULY 2022




If you do end up in an accident, Cynda Bollinger, principal agent at Catawba Valley Insurance Agency, advises this, “Number one thing is to contact 911, police or highway patrol, and ambulance when needed. Then, if you are able, take photos of the scene and vehicles, documenting the location of vehicles and any debris field. Lastly, obtain full information about where your vehicle is being towed.” HOW ABOUT THAT MILEAGE? If the time is right for you to buy a new car, high gas prices might have you focused more than usual on the mileage your car will get. Your motto could be, ‘a gallon saved is $5 earned.’ Car dealers in Hickory have options for you, including increasingly popular hybrid and all-electric cars. “Our Subaru Impreza is the most fuel efficient sedan featuring all-wheel drive

and an overall 36 mpg for highway driving,” said Laura Armstrong Barnes, who is vice president and CFO at Jim Armstrong Subaru, Inc. “The Impreza comes in both a traditional sedan and a hatchback.” If you want to get away from the pump, Subaru has a new arrival this month. “Come check out the most technologically advanced Subaru ever made!” Laura continued. “It’s built on our first-ever all-electric architecture—the e-Subaru Global Platform. The 2023 Subaru Solterra is the first AWD electric vehicle to feature the legendary standard capability of Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive.” Trey White, president and general manager of Steve White Motors, also has new hybrids and electrics to recommend. “Jeep has recently come out with the Jeep Wrangler and Grand Cherokee 4XE, a new hybrid model that gets up to

49 mpg and it has 25 miles of full electric capability. Chrysler Pacifica minivan also has the same fuel efficiency rating. Dodge and Ram have released the Dodge E-Muscle and the Ram Revolution that offer fully electric models with 300+ mile-range options. These are supposed to be available for purchase late next year. Ram’s Ecodiesel motor can get 29 mpg in a full-size pickup and tows up to 8500 lbs.” While being mindful of gas mileage, it is important to consider the vehicle’s size and comfort for you and your passengers. Don’t sacrifice one for the other, so choose wisely! This summer, we hope you travel safely, and create wonderful memories on the road with your family and friends. 





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and work your way up. Carry your dressing separately, and drizzle over top and toss to coat shortly before serving. This salad is also perfect for helping you get in those daily 2 cups of fruit recommended by the USDA Dietary Guidelines. Simply, mix it up with your weekly meal prep, and then you can enjoy it at breakfast with a drizzle of that delicious dressing throughout the week! Also makes the perfect addition to a brunch, shower or any celebration.

Orange Honey Rainbow Fruit Salad Servings: 12 • Prep time: 30 minutes

INGREDIENTS 1 (1 lb.) package strawberries, quartered 1 (6 oz.) package raspberries 1/2 (6 oz.) package blackberries 1 (6 oz.) package blueberries 1/4 fresh pineapple, cut into bite-size pieces 2 kiwi, sliced 1/4 cantaloupe, cut into bite-size pieces ½ cup green grapes, halved 1 medium banana, sliced and dipped in lemon juice 4-5 Mandarin oranges, divided Sweet Dressing 1/4 cup fresh orange juice 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 2 tablespoons good honey 4-10 mint leaves, rough chopped + extra for garnish

Eat the Rainbow Fruit Salad

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Nothing completes a spring/summer meal like a fabulous fruit salad. And this Orange Honey Rainbow Fruit Salad is like a party for your senses! You can customize the fruits to your tastes, and let the colors of the rainbow guide you! The magic of this fruit salad is the dressing. Simply combine orange juice, good honey, lemon juice and a special ingredient, fresh mint! in a mason jar, and shake it all up - so simple and tasty! Going to a picnic? This is the perfect fruit salad to take with you! Simply layer it in a bowl with the firmest fruit at the bottom

DIRECTIONS Combine fruit in a large serving bowl (except bananas). Set aside. Combine dressing ingredients in a mason jar. Shake vigorously to combine (shaking helps get the best flavor out of the mint). Pour the dressing over the salad shortly before serving. Gently toss fruit to coat in dressing. Garnish with bananas. Serve and enjoy! NOTES • Feel free to use frozen thawed fruit, if you don’t have fresh fruit available. • If you don’t have all of these fruits on hand, do not worry. Simply cut back on the dressing, adding just enough to lightly coat the fruit.


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2022 Best of the FOOTHILLS

Is there a small business that you have enjoyed shopping with or who offered you great customer service? Let them know by voting for your favorites! 2022’s Best of the Foothills winners will be announced in our December 2022 issue.

CATEGORIES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Auto Repair Services Auto Collision Repair Auto Dealer Insurance Company Breakfast Sandwich Shop Dining Golf Course Best Place for Cocktails/Wine Fitness/Gym Aesthetics/Med Spa

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Weight Loss Day Spa/Massage/Facials Hair Salon Women’s Boutique Dentist Orthodontist Chiropractor Veterinarian Pet Groomer Law Firm Hardware Store

23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Home Builder Interior Design Landscaper/Lawn Service Nursery Real Estate Agency Consignment/Thrift Store Wedding Venue Jewelry Store Caterer Art Studio Cosmetic Surgery Center HICKORY LIVING • JULY 2022