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Welcome to Mebane, a community growing and moving ahead, strategically located between the Triad and the Triangle with convenience to the mountains or coast. With historic destinations, academically excellent schools focused on the whole child, unique year-round celebrations, local events, and a Mebanite pride in its community, Mebane is drawing in more people. Families, businesses, sports associations, arts and entertainment groups, and civic-minded individuals come to Mebane and live and work in this fiscally strong city. Opportunities for economic growth abound with the city managing and maintaining over the decades a vibrant workforce for its citizens. Providing services for its people, with many recreational and lifestyle amenities, Mebane offers a beautiful location for raising a family, retiring for quality of life, and simply enjoying being a Mebanite, newcomers and natives alike.



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Welcome History of Mebane Government Mebane’s Real Estate Boom Community Celebrations Business Organizations Schools Hospitals Worship Directory Local Organizations Mebane Public Library Points of Interest Recreation Transportation & Employment Apartments Utilities List of Advertisers

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History of Mebane Today’s Mebane lies just off of Interstate I-85/40, conveniently centered mid-way between the Triad and Triangle. With easy access to North Carolina’s mountains as well as its coast, Mebane has been steadily attracting new businesses, homes, and people into its community in recent decades. In fact, Mebane is one of the fastest growing areas in North Carolina, according to recent projections. According to the 2010 census report, the city has undergone a growth rate of 54.6 percent in the last decade. The population is just over 17,000 within city limits, an area that is 7.7 square miles. The population is projected to double once again in the next 15 years or so, according to recent data. The current property tax rate is 47 cents per $100 valuation, making Mebane an attractive place for the housing market. The City has plenty of water and sewer services with a strong infrastructure of public works, police, fire, and recreational services. The City enjoys a strong fiscal reserve with over $10 million in its fund balance, and was recently upgraded from a AA bond rating by Standard & Poor, an American financial services company, to an AA+ bond rating. The Mebane City Council brings a wide range of experience to local town planning including military service, fire service, law, business ownership, sales, and construction. The S & P report listed the leading employers in the industrial and manufacturing base, including Mebane’s international Industrial Park, along with Tanger Outlets, GKN Automotive Components, MeadWestvaco Healthcare Packaging, AKG of America, and General Electric. In 2016, Walmart opened a distribution center on the south side of town, which has delivered hundreds of good-paying jobs to the area. Growth also lies to Mebane’s east, in Orange County, and in the Hawfields Economic Zone. The Mebane Arts and Community Center and Recreation and Parks program is a crown jewel for the city, drawing people in and offering huge benefits in the areas of the arts, entertainment, and sports. Mebane has recently built two new fire stations in the past decade, new soccer fields, a Veteran’s Garden, established walking trails, improved sidewalks, renovated City Hall, helped fund the Mebane Historical Museum, made use of a model train collection for public viewing, built a new public library, and has continued its revitalization and beautification projects throughout the city. The rehabilitation project that took the once-vacant White Furniture Building and turned it into hundreds of lofts has earned the City and the project’s planners recognition and awards. 6



The Mebane Community Park begins at the far west end of Clay Street, which was recently recognized by North Carolina Great Places as a “Great Main Street in the Making.” Though Mebanites have long since recognized Clay Street as a great street, period.

Early History The early history of Mebane did not begin with development along the interstate. Like thousands of small towns across America, Mebane grew because of the railroad. The town’s humble beginnings began around 1809 when a post office was built. In 1855, the railroad arrived, and Mebane was incorporated and granted a charter in 1881 as the town of Mebanesville, a nod to Brigadier General Alexander Mebane of the North Carolina Militia, who was also a member of Congress in the 1790’s. The name was officially changed to Mebane in 1883. The charter was amended to the City of Mebane in February 1987. The first public water supply and wastewater treatment facilities were constructed in 1921, and Lake Michael was completed in 1953. Mebane no longer uses Lake Michael as its primary water source, but the lake has instead become a major recreation site. Mebane’s first government meetings were held in a drugstore. Early government consisted of a mayor and four town commissioners. Stephen A. White became the first mayor of the town in 1881. The first recorded town meeting was held on May 8, 1882 and was called by mayor-elect W. H. Lashley. The first board of town commissioners included S. A. White, W. O. Fowler, J. F. Trollinger, and D. A. White. D. A. White was the first secretary and treasurer. The first paving of streets, curbing and guttering were done in 1922, and the town’s first sidewalks were laid. During that same year, W. T. Dillard organized the first volunteer fire company, authorized by the town commissioners. Mebane’s Community Park located on 550 W. Center Street, opened November 2018. The park begins at the far west end of Clay Street, which was recognized by North Carolina Great Places as a “Great Main Street in the Making.” Though Mebanites have long since recognized Clay Street as a great street, period. The influence of the railroad Trains, a faster and more modern means of transportation,


gave birth to new communities of the late 19th century. The small depot in Mebane was built on the corner of Washington and Fifth streets. Just 218 people lived in Mebane in 1900, and the town covered just one square mile. Like many small towns in the south, Mebane was a working class community with manufacturing and agriculture as its foundation. An increase to 693 in population was noted in 1910. By 1920, this total had swelled to 1,351, and in 1930, it was tallied at 1,568. The official record in 1940 was 2,060, and in 1950 the number of people was set at 2,068. Since 1950, the population has grown five times that size. A great deal of that growth has happened in the past 20 years, and has in fact doubled since 2000. If the railroad was the artery that fueled Mebane’s growth, the town’s two largest employers established its industrial and manufacturing base. The White Furniture Company formed in 1881 and The Mebane Bedding Company (now known as Kingsdown) opened in 1904. The local tobacco market was recognized for its importance to the area for over 50 years. As Mebane grew so did the amenities, such as The Ridgeville Telephone Company, which began service in 1907 and is today CenturyLink. In 1908, the Mebane Leader went to press for the first time and is today your local, hometown newspaper, the Mebane Enterprise. The Enterprise – owned by Womack Publishing Co. out of Chatham, Virginia – proudly goes to press each Wednesday, and is responsible for many side publications, including the one you currently hold in your hands.

very strong industrial and manufacturing base with growth toward the east; (4) A strong recreational program; and (5) Building community and managing growth with a stable infrastructure. Cheek and his longtime Assistant City Manager Chris Rollins, who will be replacing Cheek as Mebane’s new City Manager in 2021, continue to carry out the mission and the priorities of the City of Mebane with a vision. “We are in great financial shape and building infrastructure to handle the growth,” said Cheek. “We are ahead of the curve. Mebane is the place to be.”

Expansion and Managed Growth Today, Mebane has changed from its early history as a quiet company town and farm-to-market center to a growing hub of light manufacturing, retail, service, and commuting workers. City Manager David Cheek, who announced his retirment effective in the winter of 2021, cites five strengths of Mebane as it heads into the future: (1) The pride of being a Mebanite; (2) Mebane’s location as the “engine” of the interstate; (3) A

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Government City of Mebane Mebane has a City Council and City Manager form of government. The administrative offices are located at 106 E. Washington Street near downtown Mebane. Information on meetings and the various city departments can be found online at www. cityofmebane.com or by calling 919-563-5901. With some exceptions for holidays, the City Council meets the first Monday of each month in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building at 106 E. Washington Street at 6 p.m. The public is typically encouraged to attend City Council meetings, though COVID-19 restrictions led to the City streaming its meetings online on its Youtube channel. For public comments, sign up before the meeting. Minutes and meeting agendas are available from the office of the city clerk Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. and hard copies of minutes and audio of the meetings are also available at the public library.

City of Mebane Administrative Offices 106 E. Washington Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-5901 (Office) David Cheek, City Manager (retiring 2021) Email: dcheek@cityofmebane.com 919-563-5901 Chris Rollins, Assistant City Manager Email: crollins@cityofmebane.com 919-563-5901 NOTE: Mr. Rollins will be assuming the role as City Manager of Mebane in 2021. Stephanie Shaw, City Clerk Email: sshaw@cityofmebane.com 919-563-5901

Mayor and City Council Members Ed Hooks, Mayor 919-563-5075 (Home) Email: ehooks@cityofmebane.com Jill Auditori, Mayor Pro Tem 336-675-8671 (Home) E-mail: jauditori@cityofmebane.com Tim Bradley 919-563-4571 (Home) Email: tbradley@cityofmebane.com Everette Greene 919-563-9271 (Work) Email: egreene@cityofmebane.com

Patty Philipps 919-563-2254 (Home) Email: pphilipps@cityofmebane.com Sean Ewing (336) 338-6538 (Home) Email: sewing@cityofmebane.com

Planning Department Cy Stober, Development Director 102 S. Fifth Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-5990 (Office) Email: cstober@cityofmebane.com Ashley Ownbey, Planner 102 S. Fifth Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-9990 (Office) Email: aownbey@cityofmebane.com The Planning Board consists of nine members, six of whom are residents of the City of Mebane and are appointed by City Council, and three members (two from Alamance County and one from Orange County) are residents of the area within one mile outside the corporate limits of the city and are appointed by their respective County Commissioners. All positions are for four-year terms. The current Planning Board includes the following: Kevin Brouwer, Keith Hoover, Lori Oakley, Kurt Pearson, Larry Teague, Judy Taylor (Vice-Chair), Edward Tulauskas (Chair), and Thomas O. Vinson. The Planning Board meets the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 106 E. Washington Street.

Alamance County Government Bryan Hagood, County Manager 124 West Elm Street Graham, NC 27253 336-228-1312 (Office) Email: bryan.hagood@alamance-nc.com Website: www.alamance-nc.com The five-member Board of Commissioners is the governing body of Alamance County. All five Commissioners are elected at large to serve four-year staggered terms. Partisan elections are held in November of even numbered years. Each December, the Board elects its Chair and Vice Chair. The current Commissioners are Eddie Boswell (Vice-Chair), Steve Carter, Bill Lashley, Amy Scott Galey (Chair) and Tim Sutton. Boswell, Lashley, and Sutton announced their retirements following the fall 2020 elections. Commissioners meetings are held in the Commissioners Meeting Room on the second floor of the County Office MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


Building located at 124 West Elm Street in Graham. In general, the first meeting of the month is held on the first Monday of the month at 9 a.m., and the second meeting is held on the third Monday of the month at 7 p.m. For more information on the Alamance County Board of Commissioners, including meetings and news, visit their website: www.alamance-nc.com

Mebane Fire Department Founded in 1922, the Mebane Fire Department is an organization of dedicated professionals who are committed to serving the community by protecting life and property through prevention, education, emergency medical and fire services. Operating out of three stations, the Department covers a 35 square-mile district with a population of nearly 25,000. The Department consists of 51 members, including 26 volunteers and 25 career employees who cover the department 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Those members operate a total of 13 fire apparatus, including three engine-pumpers, two engine-tankers, two brush trucks, one utility rescue truck, a 100-foot aerial platform, and three support vehicles. There is also a paramedic from Alamance County EMS that is housed at the station. For emergencies, please dial 9-1-1. Station 1 Unmanned, volunteer only 103 W. Washington Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-5717 Station 2 Fire prevention and training offices Captain Greg Massey, Training Officer 405 N. First Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-5718 gmassey@cityofmebane.com Station 3 Fire Chief and fire life safety offices Bob Louis, Fire Chief 1469 Mebane Oaks Road Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-5718

Mebane Police Department The Mebane Police Department consists of 37 sworn positions. These positions include administration, patrol, investigations, vice/narcotics, K-9s, a school resource officer and animal control. The department has four civilian positions that include the records department, evidence and administrative assistants. The Mebane Police Department operates through Alamance County’s 911 communications system. Accident reports, as well as other reports, may be obtained at the Police Department from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Fingerprinting may be available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Tuesday and Thursday, for citizens of the City of Mebane. For emergencies, please dial 9-1-1. 10


Terrence Caldwell, Police Chief 116 W. Center Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-9031 Alamance County Sheriff’s Office Terry S. Johnson, Sheriff 109 S. Maple Street Graham, NC 27253 336-570-6300 or 336-570-6311 336-570-6317 (Jail) Email: terry.johnson@alamance-nc.com Orange County Sheriff’s Office Charles Blackwood, Sheriff 106 E. Margaret Lane Hillsborough, NC 27278 919-245-2900 919-245-2940 (Jail) Email: websheriff@orangecountync.gov

Orange County Government For more information on Orange County, the Board of Commissioners and all departments within the administration, check out their website www.co.orange.nc.us or call 919-732-8181. State Government Senator Rick Gunn (retiring fall 2020) District 24, Alamance and Randolph counties Office: 919-301-1446 E-mail: Rick.Gunn@ncleg.net www.ncleg.net Representative Stephen Ross House District 63 Office: 919-733-5820 E-mail: Stephen.Ross@ncleg.net www.ncleg.net Representative Dennis Riddell House District 64 Office: 919-733-5905 Email: Dennis.Riddell@ncleg.ne www.ncleg.net

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The Mebane Business Association, a non- profit association, advocates for businesses of all sizes, providing support and structure. Governed by a volunteer board of directors, we strive to better our community through positive community outreach, development, and growth, while boosting our members’ companies and potential. Our Mission Statement: “The purpose of the Mebane Business Association is to promote a growing Mebane Community through business networking opportunities and special events which support and enhance the lives of Mebane’s citizens.” We invite and welcome you to join us at one of our membership meetings, networking events, or our largest annual fund raiser, the Mebane Dogwood Festival. We also provide the opportunity to participate in various sponsorships.

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Real Estate Boom

By Adam Powell Enterprise Editor The town of Mebane is in the midst of a real estate boom, as local developers are scurrying to acquire and prepare plans for what little available land is around the outskirts of Mebane. More and more homebuyers from all over North Carolina are being drawn to Mebane for its high standard of living, its low taxes, and its central location, which makes it easier for residents to commute all over the state, from Greensboro to Raleigh, and all points in-between. “I’ve been selling in Mebane personally since 2007 for a couple of the different builders,” said New Home Specialist Terri Bescher, who currently works in the Magnolia Glen Estates community for Eastwood Homes. “With my real estate career, I’ve primarily focused on new construction. I can definitely see a change in the trend of people that people who work in RTP now are actually looking in this direction.” “As it used to be, they would only look on the other side of RTP, like Holly Springs and Fuquay-Varina,” Bescher continued. “Mebane is more affordable, and the drive commute is probably comparable, if not a little better. So you’re seeing more of that buyer coming in this direction. We’ve always had the Duke and UNC folks who work at those locations, because it’s just a really good commute. I would say that we do see more the trend of buyers coming from the east, versus the west.” During the 2018-19 fiscal year, the City of Mebane approved more than 2,500 new individual housing units to be constructed in the coming years. Listed below are just a few of the new home communities in the local area.

Autumn Trace Although Autumn Trace is technically a few miles south of Mebane in the Haw River/Swepsonville area, the community offers some of the best home values for new construction in the entire area. Jim McBride of West and Woodall Property Management, based out of Durham, is marketing a series of townhomes that are approximately 1,634 square feet. The townhomes under construction within Autumn Trace feature natural gas heat, central air, and an electric water heater. Homes come with a stove, microwave, range, and dishwasher all included. These townhomes constitute some of the best local buying opportunities for affordable new construction in all of eastern Alamance County. Autumn Trace is located along N.C. Highway 119, not far from the Honda Plant in Swepsonville, and the proposed site of the new ABSS high school. Students in the neighborhood are directed to Mebane’s Hawfields Middle School, and will eventually be directed to the new high school. As far as the community, it has a Haw River address despite technically being in the township of Swepsonville.

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line along Jones Road, has 36 homesites with house plans ranging from three to four bedrooms and 1,800 to 3,500 square feet. Bingham Trace is a somewhat unique community in Mebane’s currently real estate boom in that it offers well water and individual septic tanks. The overwhelming majority of homes that have been approved in recent years by Mebane were approved under the condition that the developer connect to the city’s water and sewer infrastructure. One of the more attractive features of Bingham Trace is the large homesites, which are noticeably larger than numerous other new home communities currently selling homes around Mebane.

Bowman Village, Bowman Place TES Development, LLC, is building 177 single-family homes on 69.22 acres at the corner of Bowman Road and Rock Quarry Roads. The developer proposed to the Mebane City Council in June two communities- Bowman Village and Bowman Place. 49 homes are to be constructed north of Bowman Road, and 128 south of Bowman Road. The 49-home segment to the north is to be called Bowman Village, while the 128-unit segment will be called Bowman Place. Although a portion of the proposed development sat in what was deemed a manufacturing/industrial district by Orange County, the developer submitted an application for rezoning of the property, which was approved prior to the approval of the residential development itself back in June 2019. Bowman Village will be on one side of the road, and Bowman Place will be on the other side. Courtyards at Magnolia Glen Progress has been remarkable at the Courtyards at Magnolia Glen, a Windsor Homes community developed by Venn Hillsborough, LLC. The Magnolia Glen project, which was approved by Mebane in the summer of 2016, will include 244 homes in total on 84.65 acres. Magnolia Glen offers several floor plans with One Level Living and some two story plans, irrigation system on each home site and landscape/lawn care maintenance. There are also sidewalks throughout the community and a pool and clubhouse. Windsor Homes is currently offering five floor plans for construction within the Courtyards, ranging from 1,693 to 2,557 square feet, with three to six bedrooms and two to four bathrooms.

Cambridge Park D.R. Horton is building the initial phase of homes within Cambridge Park - a 238 acre property that will eventually have 600 single-family homes and 131 townhomes. The Developer, Desco Holdings, LLC, designed the neighborhood as a Residential Planned Unit Development. In August 2019, local leaders gave the green light to Desco Holdings, LLC and D.R. Horton to begin he initial phase of Cambridge Park. Phase 1 included 65 lots in total, covering approximately 26.42 acres. Phase 1A of Cambridge Park calls for 1.23 acres of recreation area and open space, along with

4,579 feet of public streets. According to D.R. Horton’s website, the community offers several collections of homes with ranch, 2-story single family, and townhome designs. Homeowners will enjoy a thoughtfully planned community centered around nature and recreational amenities such as a pool, community clubhouse, and park. Homesites, which are currently available, will allow for any one of five floor plans that D.R. Horton is offering in Cambridge Park in this initial phase, ranging from 2,558 to 3,473 square feet. All of the floor plans - Fleetwood, Grant, Hampshire, Wilson, and Washington - offer four bedrooms, with the largest, the Washington, offering five bedrooms. Two of the larger plans - the Washington and the Grant - offer four bedroom, four bathroom options, while the two smallest floor plan, the Fleetwood and the Hampshire, offer three bathrooms. The Grant floor plan also has a three-car garage.

1,500 and 2,100 feet of heated and cooled square footage. The homes will feature crawlspaces finished with engineered stone, along with covered front porches and hardiplank or “SmartSide” exteriors. The original home on the property, referred to as the Huey House, is a 2,093 square feet brick house. The Huey House will be painted to be harmonious with the remainder of the community. One bedroom will serve as the Homeowner’s Association office. Two bedrooms will be used for accommodations of Stagecoach Corner guests. The rooms can be checked out by homeowners within the community for friends, family, and local guests. An outdoor area for socializing and recreation will be built to include a fire pit and patio picnic area.

The Meadows Located just across the Alamance-Orange county line in Orange County along Bowman Road, not far from Mebane Oaks Road, The Meadows offers the convenience of close proximity to Mebane - as well as a Mebane address - with Orange County schools and amenities. Developer Bowman Road Partners LLC received approval for 318 single-family homes and 51 townhomes as a planned unit development. Two builders - Capitol City Homes and LGI Homes - own land within the development and are currently building new homes.

Mebane Towne Center The Mebane Towne Center - a 45.71 acre project being constructed by Keystone Group, Inc. between Cameron Lane and Mebane Airport Road, was approved in the spring of 2018 after heavy negotiating between the Mebane City Council and the developer. The Mebane Towne Center will combine 416 residential rental apartments with 171 townhomes for sale, along with just under 50,000 square feet of retail space. A portion of the development’s apartments will feature first-level retail space, totaling nearly 50,000 square feet for new businesses. Wallace said the development is designed to mirror other mixed-use locations in Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Charlotte.

The Retreat at Lake Michael Developer Lebanon Road Partners, LLC got approval from the Mebane City Council in February 2019 to move forward with its 15.57 acre project along Lebanon Road, adjacent to Lake Michael. KB Home is contructing a total of 43 ranch and two-story homes in The Retreat - some of which will offer spectacular views of nearby Lake Michael.

Stagecoach Corner Developer Harmony Homesteads got the green light in April to develop 35 single-family homesites on 15.92 acres at the corner of Stagecoach Road and N. Ninth Street. The new community will feature a mix of one and twostory stick-built homes, featuring three bedrooms and two or two and a half bathrooms. The homes will offer between MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


Community First Thursdays


On the first Thursday evening of each month, enjoy special, themed events from 5 to 8 p.m. at many of the downtown retail and service businesses. First Thursdays are organized by Destination Downtown Mebane. Popular events each year include the Downtown Block Party, International Promenade, and Chili Cook Off. Offerings may include special drawings, art shows, live music, refreshments, special sales, and more! Of course, dining and night life establishments are open late most every night. For more information go to www.downtownmebane.com or email destinationdowntownmebaneinc@gmail.com.

Mebane Dogwood Festival The Mebane Dogwood Festival is the longest running festival in the area. Held on the fourth Friday and Saturday in April, it draws thousands of people to downtown Mebane. Following a disappointing cancellation of the 2020 Dogwood Festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers are excited for the return of the Dogwood Festival for its 32nd annual event in 2021. The two-day event, which runs Friday and Saturday, will feature special events including a golf tournament, live music and entertainment, street dancing, street vendors, a car show, and a fitness race. With downtown streets closed, the festival draws a variety of more than 150 arts, crafts, food, and other festival style vendors. The festival kicks off midday on Friday with a Golf Tournament at a local course and the momentum continues with a Friday evening Dogwood 5K race in downtown Mebane, an event that has grown to more than 600 runners. The Festival moves down to Clay Street on Friday night with street vendors, children’s rides and live entertainment to kickoff the event. Saturday is a fun-filled day with classical festival sights, sounds, and tastes. With three stages set up for entertainment, street vendors for shopping and carnival rides for the kids, there is something for everyone at the Mebane Dogwood Festival. A car show featuring over 70 automobiles on Saturday morning attracts more festival goers with awards given by a panel of judges. Dogwood Festival T-shirts are available and sold at the Festival. Profits from the festival are used for a variety of projects throughout Mebane and Alamance County. There is no admission fee. For more information, please call the Mebane Business Association at 919-304-3737 or visit their website at www.mbamebane.com. 16


Mebane’s Farmers Market

Enjoy locally grown and fresh produce each Saturday from June-October (8:30 a.m. - 12 noon) at Mebane’s downtown Farmers Market. the market is located at the corner of N. 4th Street and Ruffin Street in downtown Mebane. For more information, please e-mail the City of Mebane Recreation and Parks Director, Aaron Davis adavis@cityofmebane.com or call 919-563-3629, Ext 3.

Veteran’s Garden Events Mebane dedicated its Veteran’s Garden, located at the corner of Third and Center streets, on Sept. 10, 2006. The Veteran’s Garden serves as a memorial for veterans with annual events open to the public the Sunday before Memorial Day in May, and the Sunday before Veteran’s Day in November. Services are held at 2 p.m. on the designated Sunday. The program for the Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day services feature patriotic music, an inspirational speaker, special guests and the laying of wreaths at the fountain as a tribute to veterans. These special events are sponsored by the veterans service organizations, Mebane’s American Legion Post 95 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1920 and the Auxiliary to the VFW Post 1920, and with support also from the City of Mebane. Information for VFW Post 1920, call 919-601-5026. Information for Mebane American Legion Post 95, call 336-2607358.

Clay Street after Work Every year during the summer months of May through September on the third Friday evening of the month, a musical event called “Clay Street after Work” takes place featuring live music. Area bands perform music from a variety of genres and folks bring their chairs and dancing shoes to enjoy the show. There is limited seating. Performances run from 7 to 9 p.m., and Clay Street is closed for traffic so that everyone can enjoy the music, and dancing in the street. Downtown businesses stay open for shopping and local restaurants for dinner. The event is free and open to the public. No pets or alcohol is allowed. For more information, call the Alamance County Arts Council at 336-226-4495, the Mebane Business Association at 919-

304-3737, or the City of Mebane at 919-563-5901. Clay Street After Work is part of the Musical Chairs concert series where every Friday night in Alamance County from May through September there is a free concert available to the public. The Alamance County Arts Council, the City of Mebane, the Mebane Business Association, Graham Recreation and Parks, Mebane Recreation and Parks, Alamance Crossing, and Burlington Recreation and Parks sponsor the Musical Chairs series.

Fourth of July Parade Every July 4, a group of community volunteers organize a neighborhood parade beginning at the parking lot of the Mebane Historical Museum, located at 209 W. Jackson Street, Mebane. The parade gives an opportunity for everyone to decorate their bikes, wagons, and various parade vehicles to showcase Old Glory and the red, white, and blue. Prizes are awarded to parade favorites on Independence Day. The Mebane Historical Museum sponsors the parade. Information go to www.mebanehistoricalmuseum.org.

Fourth of July Fireworks Every July 4th evening, the City of Mebane Recreation and Parks Department caps off the national holiday with a spectacular fireworks show. The event features a local musical concert on the Mebane Arts and Community Center stage, before the fireworks light up the sky around 9:30 p.m. No pets or alcohol are permitted. For more information, call the Mebane Arts and Community Center at 919-563-3629.

Occaneechi Tribal Celebration The Occaneechi-Saponi owned tribal land on Dailey Store Road north of Mebane is used for economic development for the tribal community, as well as a place where the Tribe can maintain its culture and expand the community understanding of the Indian culture in American society. The Tribe holds an annual celebration, a Pow Wow, usually in June, for the tribal members, other tribes, guests, and for the public to attend the festivities and participate in the celebration. For more information go to www.obsn.org or call 336-421-1317.

Mebane on the Move Hundreds of parents, kids, fitness enthusiasts, and families participate in an annual fitness race in downtown Mebane each year. The Annual Mebane on the Move race is held in mid September in downtown Mebane. The annual 5K and 10K are USATF certified. Back by popular demand, the 1-mile Mebane Mad Dash, open to the public, attracts many students and their families from the local elementary schools. Schools prepare for the fitness race at their sites, with many of the schools’ running clubs and extracurricular activity events in support of the health ini-

tiative. Schools are awarded cash, based on the number of children that participate, so they can purchase health and wellness equipment. Go to www.mebaneonthemove.org for more information, registration for the 5K and 10K races, and for ways to volunteer with Mebane on the Move health initiatives.

Autumn Fest One of the annual highlights of early fall in downtown Mebane is the annual Autumn Fest. The event is held from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. (rain or shine). Listen to live music, take a nostalgic hayride through the historic district, visit with antiques and crafts vendors, and enjoy a variety of kids’ activities. Plan to spend the day and take some time to browse downtown’s antique and specialty boutiques or enjoy refreshments at one of our unique eateries. Autumn Fest is sponsored by Destination Downtown Mebane. Information go to www.downtownmebane.com

Hometown Holiday Celebration It’s an all-day celebration in downtown Mebane each November at the Hometown Holiday Celebration, complete with twinking lights, festive decorations, carriage rides, a tree lighting ceremony, Santa, and kids activities. That is only a hint of what you might find at the 13th Annual Hometown Holiday Celebration. Come home to downtown Mebane and enjoy some old-fashioned holiday spirit with family and friends. The celebration runs from 3 – 8 p.m. (rain or shine) and is sponsored by Destination Downtown Mebane. For more information go to www.downtownmebane.com.

Santa Claus and Crafts One of the highlights of the annual Holiday season in Mebane is the arrival of Santa, which has endured for a quarter century as a local tradition at the Mebane Arts and Community Center, located at 622 Corregidor Dr., Mebane. Santa arrives at 11 a.m. aboard the top of a Mebane Fire Truck and is escorted by the Fire Department. There is a free moon walk and inflatable course for children. No pets are permitted. For more information, call 919-563-3629. The even is sponsored by the Mebane Recreation and Parks Department. The annual Winter Wonderland Holiday Craft show takes place on the same day at the Mebane Arts and Community Center, concurrent with Santa’s arrival. The Crafts show takes place between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Mebane Christmas Parade The only nighttime parade held in Alamance County and the surrounding region, the Mebane Christmas Parade draws a crowd of 20,000 or more and is held on the first Friday evening of December. The parade features over 100 local and area marching bands, professional and homemade floats, antique cars, and, of course, Santa. MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


The parade begins at 7 p.m. at E. M. Yoder Elementary School, proceeds down Clay Street to Fifth Street, and then returns to the school along Center Street (U.S. 70 Hwy), Mebane. The streets are blocked off at 5 p.m., and folks come early to select their spot along the parade route. The Mebane Christmas Parade is sponsored by the City of Mebane. For more information or to register to be in the parade, contact the City of Mebane Recreation and Parks Department at 919-563-3629. Or go to the City of Mebane’s website at www.cityofmebane.com and click Events Calendar.


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The Mebane Business Association (MBA) has been the leading advocate for businesses in the Mebane area for over 25 years. In 2019, the MBA celebrated hosting and sponsoring it’s 31st annual Dogwood Festival, making it the longest running festival held each year in Alamance County. A number of active volunteer members represent the business community in the MBA. Many community celebrations and gala events are organized and wholly or partially funded by the MBA. They include the annual Mebane Dogwood Festival and the Clay Street after Work musical concert series. In addition, the MBA funds and implements community outreach programs that include an elderly-assist program during the holidays, donations to the local schools in Mebane, scholarships for adults to return to school and re-enter the workforce, and support of local charities and community development. The MBA also uses proceeds from the Dog-




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Schools Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS) The Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS) serves over 22,000 students at 36 school locations, making it the 16th largest public school district in North Carolina. The Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS) was created as one countywide, comprehensive school district through a merger of the former Alamance County and Burlington City public school systems. The systems merged July 1, 1996. The Alamance-Burlington School System has garnered the support of business and community leaders with community stakeholders spending months formulating a Vision Plan that the school board adopted: “We envision a public school system that is a national model for its curriculum and community engagement to empower all Alamance County students with equal opportunity for civic engagement, a meaningful quality of life and skills for economic success - for themselves and our community.” The school district’s Superintendent is Dr. W. Bruce Benson who was sworn into office in July of 2018. He said, “our schools belong to our community.” Dr. Benson’s email address is william_benson@abss.k12.nc.us and his phone number is 336-438-4000 ext. 20002.



Jenny Faulkner is the public information officer and the spokesperson for ABSS. Her email address is jenny_faulkner@ abss.k12.nc.us and her phone number is 336-438-4000 ext. 20004. Faulkner says, “ABSS students continue to excel at the local, state and national levels. Colleges and universities across the nation recognize the value of an ABSS diploma, and offered our Class of 2016 graduates $16 million in scholarship awards for their outstanding academic, artistic and athletic abilities. Our recent graduates earned acceptance to more than 200 colleges and universities located in 36 states, the District of Columbia, and Great Britain. “I would like to draw attention to the Vision for Public Education for Alamance County that was created by a diverse group of citizens in 2012-2013 and adopted by the Alamance-Burlington Board of Education in June, 2013. The Vision is the central focus of the ABSS Strategic Plan and of all the work undertaken by the district. Two of the main themes of the Vision are: 1. We believe that education is the foundation for individual success, economic prosperity, improved quality of life and perpetuation of our democratic society. 2. We envision a public school system that is a national model for its curriculum and community engagement to empower all Alamance County students with equal opportunity

for civic engagement, a meaningful quality of life and skills for economic success--for themselves and for our community.” Mebane has six public schools: three elementary, two middle, and one high school. Alamance-Burlington Central Office 1712 Vaughn Road Burlington, NC 27217 Phone: 336-570-6060 www.abss.k12.nc.us

Alamance-Burlington Board of Education Seven members comprise the non-partisan Alamance-Burlington Board of Education: Allison Gant (Chair), Brian Feeley (Vice-Chair), and board members Wayne Beam, Patsy Simpson, Tony Rose, Pamela Thompson and Steve Van Pelt. For more information on the Board of Education as well as meeting minutes and agendas, consult the ABSS website (www.abss.k12.nc.us).

Mebane Public Schools Audrey W. Garrett Elementary School 3224 Old Hillsborough Road Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-2088 Principal: Dan Habla E. M. Yoder Elementary School 301 N. Charles Street Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-3722 Principal: Jeri Jackson South Mebane Elementary School 600 S. Third Street Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-6905 Principal: Rebecca Royal Hawfields Middle School 1951 S. NC Highway 119 Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-5303 Principal: Greg Hook Woodlawn Middle School 3970 Mebane Rogers Road Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-3222 Principal: Brian Williams Eastern Alamance High School 4040 Mebane Rogers Road Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-5991 Principal: Eric Yarbrough

Charter Schools River Mill Academy 235 Cheeks Lane Graham, NC 27253 Phone: 336-229-0909 Website: www.rivermill-academy.org Hawbridge School 1735 Saxapahaw-Bethlehem Church Road Saxapahaw, NC 27340 Phone: 336-376-1122 Website: www.thehawbridgeschool.org Alamance Community School 195 Kronbergs Court Haw River, NC Mailing Address 1024 Mebane Oaks Road Box No. 155. Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: (919) 504-1388 Email: info@alamancecommunityschool.net Website: alamancecommunityschool.net Alamance Community School (ACS) is a NC Public Charter School in Alamance County that opened in August 2020 serving Kindergarten-Third Grade. ACS will add a grade level each year until reaching Eighth Grade in 2025. ACS is a Project Based Learning (PBL) school offering a unique academic program that exemplifies the best in collaborative, real world learning, while preparing our students for the 21st Century. Approximately 400 students in Grades K-3 (100 students per grade level). Class size: 20 students. School hours: Monday 8:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. and Tuesday-Friday 8:15 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.. Every Monday is an Early Release Day at 1:15 p.m. for Teacher Professional Development and Planning.

Private Schools Alamance Christian School 1336 Townbranch Road Graham, NC 27253 Phone: 336-578-0318 Email: info@alamancechristianschool.org Website: www.alamancechristianschool.org Located in Graham, North Carolina and founded in 1969, Alamance Christian School (ACS) has a rich history and remains a leader in Christian education. ACS is a diverse and inclusive community of remarkable teachers and learners who strive for excellence in everything we do. From scholarship to the arts to athletics, they equip their students to impact the world for Christ. Blessed Sacrament Catholic School 515 Hillcrest Avenue Burlington, NC 27215 Phone: 336-570-0019 office@bssknights.org Website: www.bssknights.org



Blessed Sacrament School is a national winner of the Innovations in Catholic School Award for Innovative Curriculum and Instruction based on our STEM/STREAM curriculum. Their annual Iowa Test of Basic Skills standardized test scores placed them in the top 15 percent nationally of public, private, and parochial schools. Bradford Academy 939 S. Third Street Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-9001 Email: info@BradfordAcademy.org Website: www.bradfordacademy.org Bradford Academy is Mebane’s only local independent school. Opened in 2008, the Academy offers classes for grades kindergarten through eleventh grades, with plans to add twelfth grade in 2019. Bradford Academy features small classes, a safe and nurturing environment, and rigorous academics. The Academy’s goal is to engage each of its students with a lively curriculum within a Christian worldview.

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Burlington Christian Academy 621 E. Sixth Street Burlington, NC 27215 Phone: 336-227-0288 Email: info@bcaroyals.com Website: www.bcaroyals.com Burlington Christian Academy (BCA) is an interdenominational Christian school serving K3 – twelfth grade students and is involved daily in directing students in the Christian faith and in a Christian worldview. BCA serves over 640 students from six different counties and is the largest private school in Alamance County. The Council of American Private Education and the U.S. Department of Education recognize BCA as a school in the top 15 percent of all schools in the nation. For the fourth year in a row, BCA has received Burlington’s Times-News Readers’ Choice Award for “Best Private School” and “Best Pre-School.” Burlington Christian Academy is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and AdvancEd. The Burlington School 1615 Greenwood Terrace Burlington, NC 27215 Phone: 336-228-0296 Website: www.theburlingtonschool.org The Burlington School is a small, independent school rooted in western Alamance County. Serving less than 300 students from preschool through twelfth grade, The Burlington School is a community where our scholars are inspired by distinguished faculty while being offered opportunities to discover academic strengths, build a solid foundation in character and become growth-minded individuals destined for leadership.

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Hospitals Cone Health Cone Health (formerly the Moses Cone Health System) is a private, not-for-profit, healthcare delivery system based in Greensboro. Cone Health serves people in Guilford, Forsyth, Rockingham, Alamance, Randolph, Caswell and surrounding counties. As one of the region’s largest and most comprehensive health networks, Cone Health has more than 100 locations, including six hospitals, three ambulatory care centers, three outpatient surgery centers, three urgent care centers, a retirement community, more than 100 physician practice sites and multiple centers of excellence. The Network includes Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, Wesley Long Hospital, Women’s Hospital, Annie Penn Hospital, Cone Health Behavioral Health Hospital, LeBauer HealthCare, MedCenter High Point, MedCenter Kernersville and various outpatient clinics and programs. Cone Health has been recognized in the southeast for Nursing Excellence with a record 23 Cone Health nurses selected for the Great 100 Inc. list in 2012. It is also recognized as a leader in cardiology, neuroscience, oncology, rehabilitation and obstetrics. Cone Health’s tagline, “The Network for Exceptional Care,” highlights their commitment to excellence, which is shared by more than 12,000 employees, 1,300 physicians and 1,200 volunteers. For more information, visit their website at www.conehealth.com or call 336-832-7000.

Alamance Regional Medical Center In mid-December 2011, Alamance Regional Medical Center announced that it would join the Cone Health network. That merger was completed in 2013 and now expands and enhances healthcare services offered in Alamance County, including Mebane. Alamance Regional Medical Center is a not-for-profit community healthcare organization committed to improving the health of the citizens of Alamance County and its surrounding communities. With more than 2,000 employees and 285 physicians on the medical staff, Alamance Regional offers a full range of inpatient, outpatient and wellness services. Specialized services include a Heart and Vascular Center, a Women’s Care Center, which houses The BirthPlace and Level II/III Special Care Neonatal Nursery, a fully-accredited Cancer Center, leading-edge Imaging Services, and complete Rehabilitation Services. The main Alamance Regional Campus, located at 1240 Huffman Mill Road in Burlington, also includes a 238-bed patient tower. The main hospital is located approximately 15 miles from downtown Mebane, but there are several Alamance Regional facilities located in Mebane, including the Cone Health MedCenter Mebane which includes an urgent care center, an 32


ambulatory surgery center, a cancer center, and imaging and lab services. Physical therapy, diabetes management and occupational health services are also offered within the Mebane Medical Park. The main hospital complex completed a $60 million renovation in 2015. The massive hospital expansion project provides new resources and facilities affecting the emergency room operations, day surgery (outpatient) operations, the major surgery operations, and moves the current Cancer Center operations into a new 40,000 square foot facility. The Alamance Regional Medical Center opened a healing garden in spring of 2015. The two-acre garden is the final part of a series of building projects that added a new cancer center, expanded the emergency department and brought larger, more modern operating rooms online at the hospital. The Alamance Regional Campus also includes West End Medical Park, Pediatric Rehabilitation, and outpatient Rehabilitation centers on South Church Street in Burlington and in Mebane Medical Park. To learn more about what Alamance Regional Medical Center has to offer, including Mebane services, call 336-5387000 or visit them online at www.conehealth.com/locations/ alamance-regional.

Cone Health MedCenter Mebane, Mebane Medical Park Alamance Regional Medical Center offers a range of services at Mebane Medical Park, located off Mebane Oaks Road. The Mebane Medical Park is visible from I-85/40 and can be accessed from Arrowhead Boulevard and Medical Park Drive. The medical park includes Mebane Outpatient Center. This modern facility houses an urgent care center, an ambulatory surgery center, a cancer center, and imaging and laboratory services. There are multiple physician offices on the second floor. The Mebane MedCenter also began a $1.6 million expansion in the summer of 2018 to join Mebane Pediatrics with the facility. The MedCenter’s urgent care facility is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends. The urgent care facility handles sprains and other minor injuries as well as sore throats, sinus infections, rashes and other illnesses. The Mebane Surgery Center provides outpatient surgery in the areas of ear, nose and throat; general and vascular surgery; ophthalmology; dental surgery; orthopedics; plastic surgery; podiatry; and urology. The medical center is well equipped with operating rooms as well as pre-op and recovery areas, the latest in CT, ultrasound, mammography, and X-ray equipment. Open-bore MRI is also available. The Cancer Center at the Mebane Outpatient Center offers appointments with oncologists, chemotherapy, a lab and pharmacy. Other services at the Mebane Medical Park, located in Building B off Medical Park Drive, include physical therapy, diabetes management, medical nutrition therapy and occupational health services. The Cone Health MedCenter Mebane is located at 3940

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University of North Carolina Hospitals The University of North Carolina (UNC) Hospitals is a public, academic medical center operated by and for the people of North Carolina. Their mission is to provide high quality patient care, to educate health care professionals, to advance health research, and to provide community service. Originally established November of 1998, UNC Health Care currently comprises of UNC Hospitals and its provider network, the clinical programs of the UNC School of Medicine, and eleven affiliate hospitals and hospital systems across the state. Those affiliate hospitals include the North Carolina Children’s Hospital, North Carolina Memorial Hospital, North Carolina Neurosciences Hospital, and North Carolina Women’s Hospital. Specialized patient care services include the Breast Center, Cardiovascular Program, Diabetes Care Center, Lung Center, Rehabilitation Center, Spine Center, Wound Management Program, and Comprehensive Transplant Center. UNC is also home to the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of a small number of National Cancer Institute-designated centers in the United States. The main hospital, North Carolina Memorial, is located at 101 Manning Drive in Chapel Hill and is approximately 20 miles from downtown Mebane. Many of the other hospitals are located within walking distance from the main hospital, while other UNC Healthcare network hospitals are located in surrounding counties. For more information about UNC Hospitals, call 984-9741000 or visit their website at www.unhealthcare.org.

UNC Hospitals Hillsborough Campus UNC Hospitals Hillsborough Campus opened its doors in 2015 and is a brand new community hospital located at 430 Waterstone Drive in Hillsborough. The Hillsborough Campus is an extension of the UNC Medical Center and focuses on many elective surgical programs, such as Joint Replacement, Spine, Ophthalmology, Urology, Benign Gynecology, and General Surgery. The 83-bed facility combines a community hospital culture with the innovative procedures and care for which the UNC Medical Center is known. The Hillsborough Campus includes the Medical Office Building, Emergency Department, Outpatient Surgery, and Inpatient Services such as Geriatric Medicine, as well as support services to provide integrated, convenient and patient-centered care. The UNC Hospitals Hillsborough Campus provides integrated, convenient and patient-centered care for patients in Hillsborough and surrounding areas, conveniently located less than 15 miles from Mebane. For more information, call 984-215-2000 or visit their website at www.uncmedicalcenter.org/uncmc/hillsboroughcampus.

Duke University Hospital Duke University Hospital is a full-service tertiary and quaternary care hospital that is ranked among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report. Duke University Hospital offers specialty and children’s services, cancer center, eye care, heart care, mental health, women’s health, and organ transplant services. The mission of Duke University Hospital is to serve their patients and the global community by providing the finest clinical integration of patient care, education, and research while respecting the needs of the human spirit. Duke University Hospital envisions being the leading academic health service provider by delivering high quality, innovative responses to society’s changing health care needs. Having been recognized as one of the world’s great health care providers by such publications at TIME and U.S. News & World Report, Duke University Hospital is located approximately 23 miles from downtown Mebane at 2301 Erwin Road in Durham. For more information about services offered by Duke or for help in choosing a physician, call 919-684-8111 or visit their website at www.dukehealth.org.

Duke Regional Hospital Duke Regional Hospital – formerly known as Durham Regional Hospital – offers a comprehensive range of medical, surgical, and diagnostic services, all provided in a comfortable community hospital setting. Duke Regional includes women’s and children’s health, cancer and heart services, behavioral health services, in and out patient rehabilitation services, general and emergency medicine, and orthopedics, just to name a few. Hospital staff includes groups from the Watts School of Nursing, one of the oldest nursing programs in North Carolina, and Lincoln Community Health Center, which has served the Durham community since 1971. Duke Regional Hospital is located at 3643 N. Roxboro Road in Durham and is approximately 25 miles from downtown Mebane. For more information about Duke Regional or for help in choosing a physician, call 919-470-4000 any time Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Hospice Hospice & Palliative Care of Alamance-Caswell Counties is a private, not-for-profit community-based agency that provides comprehensive, compassionate care to persons who have a limited life expectancy. They also provide home health care services and counseling for children and adults. Our primary service area is Alamance, Caswell, eastern Guilford and Orange counties. Other contiguous areas are served on request. The Hospice mission is “to care for those with serious illnesses or conditions, and their families, to help them live as fully and comfortably as possible.” Hospice & Palliative Care of Alamance-Caswell Counties’ main office is located at 914 Chapel Hill Road in Burlington. For more information, call 336-532-0100 or visit their website at www.authoracare.org. MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE



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Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-2837 KIMES CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH – 2027 N. NC Hwy 119. Mebane. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m., (919) 563-2951 or HARRIS GROVE AFRICAN kimeschapel.webs.com METHODIST EPISCOPAL – 415 E. LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH – Center St. at Miles Funeral Home st rd Chapel. 1 & 3 Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 6601 Bowman Rd. Mebane. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 HUNTER’S CHAPEL AFRICAN a.m. and 6 p.m. 919-304-1090 METHODIST EPISCOPAL – 201 MEBANE FIRST BAPTIST – 110 S. Lane Buckhorn Rd. Mebane. Sunday St. Mebane. Sunday Worship 8 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. 919.563.2878 919.563.1002 JOHNSON CHAPEL AME – 431 MEBANE’S TABERNACLE BAPTIST Woodlawn Rd. Mebane. Sunday CHURCH – 523 N. Charles St. School at 9:45 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. Mebane. Sunday School 9:45 919.304.2457 web at jcame.org a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 919-563-6753 web at BAPTIST mebanetabernaclebaptistchurch.com AGAPE BAPTIST – 1451 Mebane Oaks MILES CHAPEL BAPTIST – 3911 Rd. Mebane. Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Dickey Mill Rd. Mebane. Sunday Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m., Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. and Bible 336-578-1450 study Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Call 919www.mileschapel.org 563-1990 or www.agapebc.org MOUNT ADAR BAPTIST – 7416 BETHSADA BAPTIST – 4338 Mebane NC Hwy. North 49, Mebane. Oaks Rd. Mebane. Sunday School 9:45 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 919-563- Worship 11 a.m., (336) 562-3348 2811 ormtadarbaptistchurch.org CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH – MOUNT CALVARY BAPTIST – 1012 E. 1922 Buckhorn Rd. Mebane. Sunday Hanover Rd., Graham. Sunday School Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-5024 9:30 a.m. Sunday worship 10:45 a.m. EASTSIDE BAPTIST – 333 Supper Club 336-269-1770 Rd. Mebane. Sunday School 10 a.m. MOUNT MORIAH BAPTIST – 213 Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 919-563200 Buckhorn Rd. ,Mebane. Sunday 6450 or eastsidebaptist.net Worship 11 a.m. 919-304-5786 EDGEWOOD BAPTIST – 476 ormtmoriahmbc-mebane.com Edgewood Church Rd. Mebane. Sunday OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH – Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-3166 5217 Oak Grove Church Rd. Mebane. FIRST BAPTIST OF MEBANE – 301 S. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Third St. Mebane. Traditional Worship Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-1888 8:30 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. growatthegrove.org Contemporary Service 11 a.m. 919563-3176 web at fbcmebane.com CHRISTIAN GRACE REFORMED BAPTIST – 939 S. MARY’S GROVE CONGREGATIONAL Third St. Mebane. Sunday School 9:30 CHRISTIAN CHURCH – 3863 Mary’s a.m. Worship 11a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Grove Church Rd. Mebane. Sunday 919-563-9249 web at grbc.net School 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 THE GREATER CANAAN BAPTIST a.m. 919-563-2486 CHURCH – 1764 N. NC Hwy 119. MOUNT ZION CHRISTIAN – 3210 Mebane. Sunday School 10 a.m.

Mt. Zion Church Rd. Mebane. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-3665 or http://mtzionchristianchurch.net/ ST. LUKE CHRISTIAN CHURCH – 1167 W. Center St. (Hwy 70) Mebane. 919-563-6975

CHURCH OF CHRIST BREAKTHROUGH COMMUNITY CHURCH OF MEBANE – 703 S. Third St., Mebane. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday Worship 7 p.m. 919-563-2867 and web at www. breakthroughcc.org

COMMUNITY, GOSPEL, NON-DENOMINATIONAL BEYOND MEASURE MINISTRIES – 904 E. Main St., Haw River. Sunday Worship 10 a.m. web at BeyondMeasureChurch. org, (919) 336-4090 CHURCH OF FAITH – 3915 N. NC Hwy 119, Mebane. 1st and 3rd Sunday Worship 11:30 a.m. 336-437-2308 CROSSLINK COMMUNITY – 3445 Old Hillsborough Road, Mebane. 919304-0600 web at crosslinkcares.org for times and locations. crosslinkcares.org GRACE & PEACE MINISTRY – 600 E. Washington St., Mebane. Sunday Worship 9 a.m. and Tuesday Night 6 p.m. Power in the Word. (919) 563-4722 https://graceandpeacecathedral.com/ MEBANE GOSPEL CHAPEL – 503 N. Ninth St. Mebane. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-8831 MOUNT CALVARY LIVING WORD – 314 Tate St. Mebane. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-4438 NEW LIFE TABERNACLE CHURCH OF DELIVERANCE – 711 W. Holt St., Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. 919-452-2172 THE PEOPLE’S CHURCH MEBANE – 303 Crawford St., Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday Worship 11 a.m., Evening Service 6 p.m. and Wednesday Service 7 p.m. 919-563-9296. MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


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MORMON THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS – 150 Ashbury Blvd., Mebane, NC 27302, 919-383-5799, Sunday Service begins at 9 a.m., www.lds.org

PRESBYTERIAN BETHLEHEM PRESBYTERIAN – 3624 Saxapahaw Rd. Mebane. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-5162 web at bethpres.net CORNERSTONE PRESBYTERIAN – Champion Martial Arts Building, 107 E. Ruffin St., Mebane. Sunday, Worship 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. email: womblewayne39@gmail.com and on the web at https:// cornerstone-presbyterian.com/ CROSS ROADS PRESBYTERIAN – 3302 N NC Hwy 119. Mebane. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 336-578-2003 web at crossroadspcusa.org HAWFIELDS PRESBYTERIAN – 2115 S. NC Hwy 119. Mebane. Sunday Worship 11 a.m., Praise and Worship 6 p.m. 336-578-2811 on web at hawfieldschurch.com MEBANE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN – 855 W. Holt St. Mebane. 919-563-2714 www.mebanefirstpresbyterianchurch.com MEBANE PRESBYTERIAN – 402 S. Fifth St. Mebane. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 919.563.1660 web at mebanepresbyterian.org

UNITED METHODIST CARR UNITED METHODIST – N NC 49 at Carr Store Rd., Cedar Grove. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. 336-226-0785 HEBRON UNITED METHODIST – 2325 Mebane Oaks Rd. Mebane. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. 919-563-3375 web at hebron-umc.org LEBANON UNITED METHODIST – 6101 Lebanon Rd. Mebane. Sunday Traditional Worship at 11 a.m. 919-5639883 web at lebanonunitedmethodist.org MEBANE UNITED METHODIST – Mebane United Methodist Church has changed its worship times. Sunday mornings: 8:45 a.m. (Contemporary Praise and Worship), 9:30 a.m. (Sunday School), 10:30 a.m. (Traditional Worship Service).MUMC is located at 200 S. Fourth St., Mebane. Call the church office at 919-563-4301 for more information. www.mebaneumc.com

WESLEYAN RAY OF HOPE MULTI-ETHNIC CHURCH – Ray of Hope Church formerly Mebane Wesleyan Church located at 410 N. Fourth St., Mebane. Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m. (919) 563-4731

OTHER AREA BLESSED SACRAMENT CATHOLIC CHURCH – 1620 Hanford Rd. Graham. Office at 336-226-8796. web at blessedsacramentnc.org for times and locations. CASWELL MENNONITE CHURCH – Central Caswell Ruritan Club, 820 County Home Rd. Yanceyville. Sunday Worship 10 a.m. 434-579-0428 or 336-694-1792

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH – 508 E. Main St., Haw River. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 336-578-0925 www.fbchawriver.org HAW RIVER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH – 127 Church Cir Dr. Haw River. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 336-578-0611 web at hawriverumc.org JEFFRIES CROSS BAPTIST CHURCH – 2015 Jeffries Cross Rd. Burlington. Sunday Contemporary Service 8 a.m. Intercessory Prayer 9 a.m. Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Sunday Worship 10 a.m. 336-228-9626 or jeffriescross.org LONG’S CHAPEL CHRISTIAN CHURCH – 2364 N.C. Highway 49, Burlington. Early Service Sunday mornings 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.. Sunday School - 9:45 a.m.. Sunday Service, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., (336) 578-9825 orlongschapelchristianchurch.com MCCOY’S TEMPLE UNITED HOLY CHURCH – 4108 US Hwy 70 Efland. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. 919-563-2260 MEBANE BIBLE CHURCH -- 304 W. Center St., Mebane, mebanebible.org ST. ANDREW’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH – 1004 U.S. Hwy 70 Haw River. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. 336-578-3623 web at saintandrewshawriver.org ST. MARK’S CHURCH – 1230 St. Mark’s Church Rd. Burlington. Sunday Worship 9 and 11 a.m. 5 p.m. 336-5848983 web at www.exploresmc.org

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Local Organizations Alamance Artisans meets the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Comforter, 320 E. Davis St. in Burlington. Call Susan Kern at 919-304-2086 or Carolyn Bell at 336-578-1509 or go to www.alamanceartisans.com. Alamance Chamber of Commerce connects local business and industry leaders for networking and marketing opportunities. For more information call 336-228-1338 or visit their website at www.alamancechamber.com. Alamance Newcomers Club Alamance Newcomers Club welcomes all ladies new to the area or wanting to meet some new friends and join our many activities. We usually meet monthly at the Graham Civic Center building, but with COVID 19 those general meetings are on hold. Some of our smaller interest groups may be meeting. For club information please call president Jackie Flynn at 336-263-5128, or publicity chair Lynn Barnes at 336-226-8866.

Contact Jason Munroe at (336) 420-7608 with questions. Boy Scouts of America – Cub Scout Pack/Boy Scout Troop 52 meets at Hawfields Presbyterian Church, 2115 S. NC Highway 119 Mebane. Pack meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Troop meets every Monday at 7 p.m. Email troop52hpc@yahoo.com for more information. Business Networking International, BNI Alamance Goldminers Chapter meets Thursdays at the Vailtree Event Center at 1567 Bakatsias Lane, Graham from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Destination Downtown meets the second Wednesday of every month at 9:00 a.m. at Junction on 70. More information can be found at downtownmebane.com. Hawfields Civitan Club meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Covington Shelter at Hawfields Community Park. Call (919) 563-2949 for information.

American Legion Post #95 meets the fourth Thursday monthly with dinner at 6:30 p.m. Call 336-260-7358.

Knitting Group meets most Friday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon at Reed’s Coffee Shop inside the Fine Art Carolina Gallery, 116 W. Clay St., Mebane. For more information, call Hillary at 919-304-4801.

Arthritis Support Group of Alamance provides education and support and practical information for coping with arthritis for arthritis sufferers and their families. They meet the second Monday of each month, March through December, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Call Rehabilitation Services at 336-538-7500 for more info.

La Leche League of Alamance County meets the third Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at the Elon Downtown Center for Community Engagement, located at 217 East Davis Street, Burlington. Open to women interested in breastfeeding. Babies welcome. Call Pam at (919) 4175170 or Liege at (336) 350-1155 for more information.

Alzheimer’s Caregivers Support Group meets every third Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Mebane Ridge Assisted Living located on 1999 S. NC Highway 119 in Mebane, For information call Meg Phipps at 336-512-7123 or email at mphipps@ridgecare.com

Mebane Business Association meets the first Wednesday of every month from 9 to 10 a.m. at the Mebane Arts and Community Center, 633 Corregidor St., Mebane. More information at 919-304-3737 or www.mbamebane.com.

Bingham Lodge #272 A.F. & A.M. meets the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Bingham Lodge located at 307 E. Center St. in Mebane. For more information, visit their website at www.272/ nc.ourlodgepage.com. Boy Scouts of America – Boy Scout Troop 47 (1st through 5th grades) meets every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. at Mebane United Methodist Church, 200 S. Fourth Street in Mebane.

Mebane Historical Museum meets the third Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. downstairs in the Mebane Historical Museum, located at 209 W. Jackson Street, Mebane. Visit mebanehistoricalmuseum.org or call (919) 5635054. Mebane Kiwanis Club meets on the second Friday of every month at noon at the Mebane Arts and Community Center, located at 633 Corregidor St., Mebane. Call 919998-8257 for information. MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


Mebane Princess Club meets at Deerfield Apartment Community Room the second and fourth Saturdays of the month from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. It is open to girls 8-17 years old. Contact Gwen Bryant at 336-988-1696 or 336-2632390. Mebane Rotary Club meets every other Thursday at 1 p.m. at Buffaloe Lanes, located at 103 S. Fifth St. in Mebane. More information can be found at www.facebook. com/MebaneRotaryInternational or by contacting Craig Giovani at 919-300-5911. Mebane Running Club meets every Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m., and every Monday and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. for a group run, meeting at Bright Penny Brewing, located at 107 N. 7th Street, Mebane. More information can be found at www.mebanerunningclub.com. Mebane Woman’s Club meets the third Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. at Trackside Bottle Shop located at 103-A E. Center St., Mebane, All women are welcome to attend. Visit www.mebanewomansclub.org for more information. Newcomers Club of Alamance County meets at 10 a.m. the third Tuesday of each month, September through April, at the America Legion Post 63 located on 2488 Mo-



ran St., Burlington. Call Joan Meinking at 336-270-3515 for more information. Sons of Confederate Veterans (Captain Robert Bingham Camp No. 2192) meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at La Fiesta, located at 1040 Mebane Oaks Rd., Mebane. Dinner is included. Call Curt Byron at (919) 260-0146 for more information. Stroke Support Group of Alamance provides support and education to stroke survivors and their families. They meet the fourth Tuesday of each month from noon until 1:30 p.m., March through December. Reservations are appreciated but not required. For reservations or more information, call 336-538-7500. VFW Mebane Post 1920 men meet the second Friday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the American Legion Post, 506 W. Clay Street, Mebane. Call (919) 601-5026 for more information. The Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post 1920 women meet the second Thursday of every month with dinner at 6:30 p.m. and meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the American Legion Post, 506 W. Clay Street, mebane. Call (919) 563-6123 for more information.


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The Mebane Public Library is a showcase for Mebane’s historic preservation and a literary storehouse for Mebanites. The library is located at 101 S. First Street. Their phone number is 919-563-6431. Hours of operation are Monday and Tuesday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m. During the summer months from Memorial Day to Labor Day, the library is closed on Sundays. In addition to the many diverse programs for all age groups, the library serves as a meeting place for organizations. The Mebane Public Library is part of the Alamance County Public Library System.

The Alamance County Public Library is driving into the 21st century with a new service: Mobile Café providing Pop-Up Internet Service. The Mobile Café, which began in August of 2018, offers technology and Wi-Fi service at eight locations in northern and southern Alamance County. The converted 2004 Chevy Astro Minivan that was once the library’s courier van received a make-over and upgrade. Stocked with tables, chairs, beverages, and snacks to sell, the Mobile Café strives for comfort and access with an antenna that offers a 300-foot radius of Wi-Fi connectivity. Alamance County Public Libraries partnered with a variety of community organizations in some of the more isolated parts of Alamance County to act as library mobile stops. The four northern stops aree Beth Schmidt Park, Scott Community Health, Pleasant Grove Recreation Center, and Fairview United Methodist Church. The four southern stops will be Cedarock Park, Rock Creek A.M.E. Church, Cane Creek Friends Meeting, and Eli Whitney Recreation Center. Internet access, through home service and Wi-Fi, are becoming a standard resource that most citizens need and are increasingly critical for children and adults who engage in educational endeavors. Schools and businesses have begun to move toward assigning homework and accepting applications completely through electronic means, and yet, according to 2015 Community Health Assessment, 31.3 percent of Alamance County have no internet access at home. “The new Mobile Café will assist all citizens to bridge the digital divide and have better access to resources available only online,” said Jason Rogers, Assistant Director of Community Relations. “We want to be able to provide a service to help with connecting those who have little or no access in the communities where they live.” Dates and locations for the Mobile Cafe can be seen at www.alamancelibraries.org/services/mobile-vehicles

Little Free Library - Take a Book, Leave a Book Alamance County Public Libraries is proud to sponsor 21 Little Free Libraries throughout Alamance County. The concept of Take a Book, Leave a Book began in 2009 in Wisconsin by a man who built one to honor his mother (https:// littlefreelibrary.org/about/). There are now 50,000 Little Free Libraries all over the world. In 2015, Alamance County received a grant from Impact Alamance to purchase weatherproofed little libraries and install them across the county. The library also partnered with a number of organizations that support the Little Libraries by providing upkeep and/or reporting any weather-related damage. By offering Little Free Libraries, the library hopes to help to impact more people by providing a place to exchange books and promote literacy in Alamance County.



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National Register of Historic Places Mebane and the greater Mebane area have 13 different sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, not to mention the numerous others throughout the rest of Alamance County. In 2011, two Mebane neighborhoods were added to the list on the National Register of Historic Places: The Mebane Commercial Historic District (downtown Mebane) and the Old South Mebane Historic District (the South Mebane Elementary School area). Other key spots include: The Charles F. and Howard Cates Farm; William Cook House; Cooper School; Cross Roads Presbyterian Church, Cemetery, and Stainback Store; GriffisPatton House; Thomas Guy House; Hawfields Presbyterian Church; Kerr-Patton House; Kerr Scott Farm; White Furniture Company; and the Woodlawn Historic School.

Mebane Historical Museum From the coming of the train that put Mebane on the map, to the industries that were the mainstays of the town’s livelihood and growth, the Mebane Historical Museum exhibits the rich history of the people and events that have shaped Mebane. The museum’s core exhibit explores Mebane’s history while smaller, rotating exhibits touch on other subjects such as “Joe Thompson: Internationally known fiddler,” “The Stainback General Store,” “Makers of Modern Mebane”; an annual collaboration with the City of Mebane, “The Occaneechi: Today and Yesterday,” “Southern Railway History in Mebane,” to name a few. The Mebane Historical Museum collects, studies and preserves Mebane’s history through exhibits, programs and special events. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. The Museum provides free public programs the third Monday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Milton McDade Meeting Room at the Museum located at 209 W. Jackson Street. For more information and ways to volunteer, visit their website at www.mebanehistoricalmuseum.org or call 919563-5054.

Mebane Train Display Since 2010, a group of volunteer citizens have taken a model train collection donated to the City of Mebane and worked on the display and layout of it. In the years since, the

volunteers have built eight trains over three tracks with lots of accessories and interactive features. The Tommy Long Train Collection, which was given to the City of Mebane, has train sets and individual accessory pieces to delight kids of all ages. Lionel trains make up most of the manufacturing sets as well as the model trains and toy train sets from the Collection thanks to Long’s interest in diesel engines and passenger cars. The Tommy Long Train Collection is now poised to bring many visitors to Mebane and bring much enjoyment to the hometown folks for years to come. The Train Display is open once a month on the second Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at 209 W. Jackson Street. It is also open on many dates of local, community celebrations such as the Fourth of July. For more information, call Kenneth Wilkinson at 919-5636171 or visit their website.

Tanger Outlet Center The upscale, fashion-oriented Tanger Outlet Center is located at 4000 Arrowhead Boulevard in Mebane and contains over 80 well-known outlet brands. With a $60 million investment for the Outlet Center on 52 acres, Tanger was the largest development project in the state of North Carolina in 2010. Located just off Interstate 85/40, Tanger has drawn millions of shoppers and visitors to Mebane since its opening on November 5, 2010. For more information, visit their website at www.tangeroutlet.com/mebane or call 919-304-1520.

Alamance Arts Council The Alamance County Arts Council is located in the Captain James and Emma Holt White House at 213 S. Main Street in Graham, and is open Monday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Admission is free. The Arts Council, also known simply as Alamance Arts, promotes arts activities and programs of all kinds throughout Alamance County. In 2012, the Arts Council donated artwork to the City of Mebane from its public arts program. The sculpture, designed by Mike Roig, is titled “Out of This Whirled,” and its steel and stainless steel blades expand and spin in the wind. The sculpture is located in from of the City of Mebane Planning Office at 102 S. Fifth Street. The Mebane Arts and Community Center serves as one location for multiple, changing Arts Council exhibits from North Carolina artists throughout the year. MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


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Have you ever looked a tiger in the eye? Felt the wholebody impact of lions roaring? Watched wolves romp through the woods? These and other once-in-a-lifetime experiences are possible at the Conservators Center. A 501C3 nonprofit, independent zoological park, the Conservators Center was founded in 1999 in Mebane. In 2001 the Center relocated onto 45 acres of beautiful, forested land in Caswell County, of which only approximately 10 acres is currently developed. Over the next few years, the site grew to house three tigers and about 25 small wild cats and other small carnivores. The Center opened its doors to the public in 2007 with its first guided, walking tours. Today, it is home to more than 80 animals, and more than 21 species; employs more than a dozen full and part-time individuals; and is a hub of volunteer activity. The park welcomes over 16,000 visitors each year from all over the state and across the country. In addition, the Center participates in collaborative educational efforts with other institutions that expand the educational impact far beyond the park’s borders. The Conservators Center is located at 676 E. Hughes Mill

Play. Learn. Grow. Make memories for children to exercise their curiosity, develop their imagination, and discover their world through exploration with interactive exhibits with the Children’s Museum of Alamance County. The 14,000 square feet facility features nine interactive exhibits for children to play and create together in an environment that helps promote creativity and discovery through hands on learning. The Museum offers birthday parties, educational programs, summer camps, and whole facility rentals in addition to their regular exhibits and special events. Check out the Children’s Museum of Alamance County at 217 S. Main Street in Graham. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Admission is $5 per person and all ages 12 months and older are welcome. Group rates are also available. For more information, go the website at www.childrensmuseumofalamance.org or call 336-228-7997.

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Recreation Mebane Recreation and Parks Department The City of Mebane approved its first Recreation Master Plan in January of 2015 to guide the City in its decision-making for the next ten or more years. The city plans to add more greenways, tails, walking and biking access, more tennis courts, soccer, baseball, softball and field fields, parks and more. In addition, the Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan – also adopted by the City – provides broad vision, strategies and actions for the improvement of the bicycling and walking environment throughout Mebane. The purpose of the plan is to expand the existing network, complete network gaps, provide greater connectivity, educate and encourage the public, and maximize funding sources to meet the City’s needs. The City also has a Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission that plans and advocates on behalf of the Transportation Plan. For more information, visit the City of Mebane’s website at cityofmebane.com.

Facilities and Athletic Programs The Mebane Recreation and Parks Department offers little league contact football, cheerleading, boys’ baseball, girls’ softball, boys’ and girls’ youth basketball, summer youth athletic camps, adult co-ed volleyball, adult basketball, adult softball, adult tennis, and tournaments. Current Mebane facilities include: • The Mebane Arts and Community Center (633 Corregidor Street) with its inside sports and recreation area – including staging and classroom space – as well as baseball, softball and soccer athletic fields in an outside surrounding complex; • Walker Field baseball park and tennis courts is located at the corner of Second Street and W. Lee Street; • Mebane Recreation Center (corner of S. Second Street and Jackson Streets) featured tennis courts, sand volleyball court, indoor basketball courts and a playground area; • Holt Street Park is located between Holt Street and W. Jackson Street near S. First Street; and • Lake Michael Park located at 7300 Lebanon Road. The City is currently adding to its list of facilities through the creation of multiple “pocket parks” throughout the community, as well as a new community park located along west U.S. Highway 70 and a passive recreation park located on the former Cates Farm Property along Highway 119 N. and Stagecoach Road. For youth athletic program registration, call the Mebane Recreation and Parks Department at 919-563-3629 ext. 1. Boys’ baseball and girls’ softball signups are in January

and February; youth football and cheerleading signups are in June and July; and youth boys and girls basketball signups are in August and September. Youth soccer spring signups are in January and fall signups are in June and July. The Recreation and Parks Department will end signup periods early if spots are filled. In addition, the Mebane Recreation and Parks Department’s facilities are open to arranged use by special organizations and are often host facilities for tournaments and events on a regional or state-wide basis.

Special Activities and Programs Along with the athletic programs, a variety of recreation activities are offered throughout the city The Recreation and Parks Department offers free exercise classes, Santa arrival in Mebane, the Winter Wonderland Craft Show, Sports Hall of Fame Gala, and TOPS club, as well as assisting with the Mebane Dogwood Festival and Mebane Fall Festival. The Department also sponsors the Mebane Fourth of July event, Sweet Heart Dance, and several live music concerts. The Department also takes programs such as the Eastern Rock Hunt to the local schools as part of its service during periods when organized sports are in transition. The Easter Rock Hunt is a long-standing Mebane tradition for lower elementary school aged students.

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The Mebane Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) has grown to more than 1,000 athletes, including many who play on challenge travel team. MYSA holds its annual summer soccer camp in midJuly at the Mebane Recreation and Parks Department fields. In association, with Challenger British Soccer camps, MYSA offers camp session from one hour to a full day for players’ ages 3 to 16 of any skill level. To learn more about MYSA, become involved as a sponsor or volunteer or to register, visit their website www. mebanesoccer.us or email them at info@mebanesoccer.us.

Mebane Running Club The Mebane Running Club has expanded its footprint with a new runners’ program in 2015 that has continued to grow in the years since. The program helps train participants to run in the City’s annual Mebane on the Move fitness race each September. The popular program features coached runs, mentions, information sessions, social gatherings and a fitness routine. Club members continue their weekly runs and are MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


always open to new members. The Mebane Running Club is a group of friends and neighbors, both new and experienced runners, who meet up for a run and coffee at various times throughout the week. New members and friends are always welcome. You do not need to be a member to participate in the weekly group runs. The Mebane Running Club has members of all speeds and fitness levels from all over the area. Baby joggers and friendly, leashed dogs are welcome, with the exception of track and trail events. The Mebane Running Club is a 501C3 non-profit organization and an active member of the Road Runners’ Club of America. For more information, visit their website at www. mebanerunningclub.com.

Ace Speedway Ace Speedway is a 4/10-mile asphalt track that is part of the NASCAR Nextel Racing Series with races held March through September. Racing divisions include Late Model, Modifieds, Super Stock, Mini Stock and Xtreme Cars. The track is a slightly banked, asphalt oval and is located at 3401 Race Truck Road in Altamahaw. For more information, call 336-266-5653 or visit www.acespeedway.net.

Orange County Speedway The Orange County Speedway is a 3/8 mile asphalt oval near Rougemont in Orange County. The track runs a variety of races from April through October, featuring Late Models, Limited Sportsmans, Pure Stocks, Street Stocks, and Super Mini Trucks. Visit www.ocstrack.net or call (336) 364-1222 for more information.

Bicycle Routes Alamance County has six bicycle routes that span more than 150 miles. For safety information and detailed maps and other crossstate, local and regional routes, contact the North Carolina Department of Transportation, Office of Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation, P.O. Box 25201, Raleigh or call 336733-2804. The City of Mebane also has a Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) that is committed to expanding and ensuring the Mebane area bicycle routes. For more information on BPAC, visit the City’s website at www.cityofmebane. com.

Mebane Community Park The Mebane Community Park, which opened officially in the spring of 2019, offers residents walking trails, a dog park, splash pads, playground, and open play space. The Park also includes two regulation-size artificial turf soccer fields. The Park is located at 550 W. Center Street, Mebane. Hours 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Splash pad hours 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m..



Lake Michael Park Noteworthy as a regional park destination, Mebane’s Lake Michael Park is located one mile east of Mebane in Orange County at 7300 Lebanon Road. The 59-acre site offers paddleboats, fishing, walking trails, playgrounds for the kids, sand volleyball, and plenty of open and covered picnic shelters. Restroom facilities are also available on site. While there is no general park admission, paddleboats are $1 per person per hour. Fishing is $2 per person, though children six years old and under and adults 60 and over are free. Fishing licenses are required. A boat launch is available for $4, while Jon Boat rentals are also $4. Pontoon boat rides are $1 per person. Picnic shelters can be reserved for $10 for four hours. Lake Michael Park is open seasonally from March through October. Hours of operation are Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. or dusk, whichever is earlier; and Sunday 1:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. or dusk, whichever is earlier. The park is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Alcohol is not permitted at Lake Michael Park. Lake Michael Park is a 200-plus acre lake that includes a 59-acre lake, Lake Michael, consisting of bass, crappie, and bream fishing with two piers and boat access. The City of Mebane has partnered with the Haw River Canoe and Kayak Co. to offer more rental opportunities. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, the Haw River Canoe and Kayak Co. rents canoes, kayaks, pedal boats and jon boats Wednesday through Sunday and Holidays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Absolutely no wake is allowed on Lake Michael. The park gate is open to Lake Michael at all times unless the park is closed due to dangerous weather. For more information, visit the City of Mebane’s website at cityofmebane.com.

Graham-Mebane Lake Graham-Mebane Lake, formerly known as Quaker Lake was expanded from 150 acres to its present size of 650 acres in 1994. The lake now serves as a raw water source for the cities of Graham and Mebane. The lake also serves as a recreation source for the citizens of the area offering skiing, bank fishing, sport fishing and more. The lake supports one of the best catfish populations in the area, with the lake record channel catfish (caught in 1985) weighing in at 19 ¾ pounds. The lake consistently produces trophy bass throughout the year with the lake record large-mouth weighing in at 12 pounds. Other species sought after are crappie and redear (shellcracker) sunfish. Crappie fishing is considered fair by local anglers and the best time of the year for shellcrackers is when they are bedding. Fish attractors have been installed to provide cover and improve angling success. Attractions and activities offered at Graham-Mebane Lake include boat or pier fishing, a designated bank fishing area, tackle loaner program, sailing, boat and kayak launching ramps, water skiing, seasonal permits, concessions and miscellaneous supplies, playground area, picnic area, restrooms and drinking water.

There are fees charged depending on the type of activity and residency. There is also a speed limit on the lake and boat size restrictions. Hours of operation vary depending on the season. Graham-Mebane Lake is closed during the months of December and January and open for weekends only during the months of February and November. Operating hours during the other eight months are general sunrise to sunset but can vary. Graham-Mebane Lake is located 3218 Bason Road in Mebane. For more information, call 919-563-6544.

Bowling Center For affordable family fun and an alcohol-free facility, check out Buffaloe Lanes Family Bowling Center. Located in historic downtown Mebane at 103 S. Fifth Street, Buffaloe Lanes is open Sunday through Thursday, noon to 11 p.m., Friday noon to 1 a.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. For more information on specials and more, call 919-563-9999 or visit their website at www.buffaloelanes.com.

Golf Courses Mill Creek Golf Club (Semi-private) 1700 St. Andrews Drive Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 919-563-4653 Website: www.golfmillcreek.com Quaker Creek Golf Course 2817 Barnett Road Mebane, NC 27302 Phone: 336-578-5789 Website: www.quakercreekgolf.com

Paramount Theater The Paramount Theater, a renovated theater located in historic downtown Burlington, features an art-deco motif and seating for nearly 400 guests. Scheduled events vary throughout the year and include a variety of community theater performances. The Paramount features a lobby and mezzanine level for small private receptions. The theater is located at 128 E. Front Street in Burlington. Hours and admission vary according to scheduled events. For more information, call 336-222-5001 or for tickets, call the box office at 336-222-8497. Movie Theaters Graham Cinema 119 N. Main Street Graham, NC 27253 Phone: 336-266-1488 Website: www.grahamcinema.net Southeast Cinemas, Alamance Crossing Stadium 16 1090 Piper Lane Burlington, NC 27215 Phone: 336-538-9900 Walking Trails With support from the City of Mebane, a group of citizens

(now known as Mebane on the Move) launched the Mebane City Trails in the fall of 2011. Trails vary in length from one mile to just over four miles and will take walkers through various part of town, typically via well-marked, well-maintained city streets with good sidewalks. The trails include Stagecoach, the historic route, mini Mebane loop, Dogwood trail and Arrowhead route. Trail heads are located at City Hall and the Mebane Arts and Community Center. Check out www.mebaneonthemove.com for more information. More walking trails, including the J.J. Knox Trail, are also located at Lake Michael Park.


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Raleigh Durham International Raleigh Durham International Airport (RDU) is located in the heart of the Research Triangle region, 10 miles southeast of Durham and 10 miles northwest of Raleigh. RDU serves most major cities with non-stop service on several of the major airlines. For more information, visit the Raleigh Durham International Airport Website at www.rdu.com. For RDU guest services, call 919-840-2123.

TRAINS Although Mebane once had its very own train depot, the closest one to the city is now located in Burlington. The Burlington station is at 101 N. Main Street near downtown. A new service terminal is located in the Walker Warehouse Building at 601 W. Main Street in Durham. The facility is 10,000 square feet and serves the daily four trains that provide service to Raleigh, Greensboro, Charlotte and eight other North Carolina cities. The trains are part of the North Carolina Amtrak system. From Burlington to Raleigh, the Amtrak trains stop in Durham and Cary. The Piedmont and the Carolinian are paid for by state funding, Amtrak and passenger fares. Many locals, for example, have found that the train is a perfect solution to the attending professional football games in Charlotte, saving money on travel. The terminal is an easy walk from the stadium. A complete train schedule and more information are available at www.ncbytrain.org/ or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-8727245) for an automated agent. E-tickets are available. As always, travelers are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes prior to their train’s departure to ensure time for passenger check-in, ticketing and baggage check-in. Reservations are required and passengers are encouraged to book early.



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Ashbury Square Apartments 202 Ashbury Boulevard Mebane, NC 27302 919-887-7096 www.ashburysquare.com Brighton Place Apartments 1139 N. First Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-2001


Deerfield Crossing Apartments 600 Deerfield Trace Mebane, NC 27302 833-459-5845 www.deerfieldcrossing-apts. com

Keystone at Mebane Oaks 3001 Bermuda Bay Lane Mebane, NC 27302 336-215-2424 www.keystoneatmebaneoaks. com The Flats at Arrowhead 1010 Flats Ave. Mebane, NC 27302 (919) 568-0261 The Lofts at White Furniture 201 E. Center Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-717-0400 www.loftsatwhitefurniture.com

Elmwood Apartments 616 E. Oakwood Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-2977

Mebane Downs Apartments 300 E. McPherson Drive Mebane, NC 27302 919-636-3073

Fieldstone Apartment Homes 510 Quaker Creek Drive Mebane, NC 27302 336-290-6632 www.fieldstoneapartmenthomes.com

Mebane Mill Lofts 301 W. Washington Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-568-9176 www.mebanemilllofts.com


Oakwood Apartments 714 N. Carr Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-2796 Spring Forest at Deerfield 100 Willow Brook Court Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-1758 www.springforestliving.com Stonebrook Apartment Homes 1301 E. Dogwood Drive Mebane, NC 27302 844-561-6068 www.stonebrooknc.com Tanglewood Apartments 600 S. First Street Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-3558 Westhampton Apartments 1015 Mebane Airport Road Mebane, NC 27302 919-563-3700

Utilities Electricity For applications for service, billing and payment options, moving needs and customer service, call Duke Energy at 1-800-777-9898. To report an outage, call 1-800-POWER-ON (1-800-7693766). Customers may also handle applications and services by going online to www.duke-energy.com. Since Duke Energy bills for electricity after it is used, there may be a security deposit required before completing your application for service. If a deposit is required, a customer service representative will contact customers by e-mail or phone to provide additional instructions. It takes at least three business days from the day you submit your application to get your electrical service started. Electricity service through Piedmont Electric Membership Corporation is also available in some parts of Mebane. For more information, contact their Hillsborough office at 1-800222-3107 or visit their website at www.pemc.coop. To report an outage with Piedmont Electric, call 1-800449-2667.

Water and Sewer Services For connection of water and sewer services inside the city limits of Mebane, customers need to submit a complete application to the Mebane Municipal Building, located at 106 E. Washington Street. For problems with water or sewer during business hours, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., call the Public Works office at 919-563-3401. For emergencies, during holidays and weekends, and after-hours, call 919-5639031 (the Mebane Police Department). Orange Alamance Water System Inc., located at 5900 W. U.S. Highway 70 toward Efland, offers water services for customers outside the city limits of Mebane. For more information on their services, contact 919-563-6212.

Garbage and Recycling Services Garbage and recycling pickup is available to all residents within the Mebane city limits. The pickup begins at 6 a.m. on the designated day. With the railroad as the divider line, the side of town you reside on determines the day of pickup. The City of Mebane will provide a 95-gallon trashcan and a 65-gallon recyclable bin when new residents sign up for service at the Water Department. Residents are asked to remove their empty trash and recycling containers by midnight on collection day and not to leave containers by the curb on weekends.

For information regarding which items must be recycled, please call Waste Industries at 336-229-0525 or www. wasteindustries.com. Yard waste collection is also available on alternating Wednesdays. (Note: no one part of town is covered on a particular Wednesday, so the number of weeks between yard waste pickups will vary.) Bulky items, such as appliances and furniture, will be collected only if the Public Works Department is notified. For a garbage pickup schedule, yard waste collection information or to have bulky items collected from your residence, call the Public Works Department at 919-563-3401. Residents living outside of the city limits can have garbage pickup service from an independent contractor. There is a fee for this service. Contract pickup for recycling us also available. For more information, visit the City of Mebane’s website at www.cityofmebane.com or call 919-563-5901.

Telephone Service Local telephone service and long distance service are also available through CenturyLink. CenturyLink also offers Internet services. These services are billed monthly on the same bill as your telephone service. For information on various service packaged offered by CenturyLink, call (919) 205-0288 for the local Mebane office at 202 E. Washington Street. For additional information about Century Link services, call 1-800-261-1691.

Natural Gas Call PSNC Energy at 1-877-776-2427 to find out if natural gas is available in your area and for further information on how to obtain this service.

Spectrum Spectrum (formerly known as Time Warner Cable) offers regular and digital cable television services throughout most of Mebane, as well as high-speed Internet services. For more information about Spectrum’s services, call them at 1-866-874-2389. or visit their website at www.spectrum. com.

Propane Gas Propane gas service is also available in our area. For more information on this type of heating source, contact McLeod Oil Company, 933 W. Center Street in Mebane, at 919-5633172 and the emergency center of Foust Fuels, 411 E. Center Street in Mebane, at 919-563-5953. MEBANE NEWCOMERS & VISITORS GUIDE


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