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Business Outlook A quarterly publication of the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce and The Daily Dispatch

Wednesday, February 16, 2011 • 1st Quarter

2011 Chamber banquet shines an encouraging light on local community

Chamber President Bill Edwards holds the microphone steady as Dorothy Hunt accepts the 2010 Henderson-Vance County Citizen of the Year Award at the annual Memberhsip Meeting and Banquet on Feb. 8 at the VanceGranville Community College Civic Center.

The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce celebrated 73 years at its annual Membership Meeting and Banquet on Feb. 8. The event was held at the VanceGranville Community College Civic Center. Honored guests at the banquet were the Vance County 16 and under girls’ fast pitch softball team, which won the Babe Ruth World Series championship in 2010. “Many of you remember that last summer our under 16 girl’s fast pitch softball team won the 2010 World Series in their age division,” Chamber President Bill Edwards said. “They earned this title by defeating teams throughout the U.S. and bringing the trophy home to us. In my opinion, they are some of our community’s greatest ambassadors,” Edwards added. Walmart Distribution Center #6091 honored each girl, coach and manager

of the team with a personalized plaque and also supplied banquet tickets for each of them and a guest. The 2009 Citizen of the Year, James Edwards, presented the 2010 Citizen of the Year Award to Lifeline Outreach Ministries founder, Dorothy Hunt. “Twentyseven years ago, in 1984, she founded a program called Lifeline Outreach,” Edwards said. “She had just $300, a handful of people who wanted to help her, a vision, a dream, and faith in a God who she knew would answer her prayers if she remained faithful. Dottie Wunker once wrote of Hunt in a letter to the editor of The Daily Dispatch: “An amazing woman whose loving heart far outweighs her tiny frame, she is Henderson’s Mother Teresa of homeless women. She gathers them to her like a mother hen,

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Henderson-Vance Business After Hours kicks off pg. 10 County Chamber of Commerce Upcoming Chamber Events pg. 10-11 Embers Holiday Concert a success pg. 11 P.O. Box 1302; 414 S. Garnett St., Henderson, N.C. 27536 Chamber Committee Goals for 2011 pg. 12-13 Phone: (252) 438-8414 Fax: (252) 492-8989 Chamber Membership Directory pg. 14-15 Ribbon Cuttings pg. 4-5 www.hendersonvance.org Inside This Issue

Leadership Vance 2011 Ambassador Spotlight Chamber “Member Spotlights” New Chamber Members Medical Oncology Center opens New Chamber Officers Board/Ambassador/Staff list

doling out love, guidance, transportation, more love, correction, admonition.” Hunt, who slowly made her way to the stage to receive her award, said that she was almost too choked up to say anything. While accepting the award, Hunt said of her shelter: “It started as one woman’s dream and became a community project. The plan is just to start where you are and make a difference.” Hunt expressed thankfulness to the Lord for everything that she has received and said: “I am accountable to the Lord Jesus Christ, who has enabled me to do everything that I do.” Keynote speaker for the evening was David Cutcliffe, Duke University head football coach. A graduate of the University of Alabama, Cutcliffe became Duke’s 21st head coach.

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Alison Proctor How many years have you been employed at P&G Pet Care? 8.5 years Favorite music? “I have to say I’m a country girl but with two “tweeny” girls, hip hop is normally playing.” Hobbies? “I love to read, visit the beach with friends and family, and go horseback riding.” Pet peeve? “Inconsiderate people — we’re all human beings and we all make mistakes.” Favorite quote/philosophy? “Life is meant to be enjoyed, not just endured!”

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2011 Leadership Vance participants named The Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce kicked off its 2011 Leadership Vance program with an orientation breakfast at Vance-Granville Community College on Feb. 3. “This program is one of my favorite parts of the job. The networks and bonds that will be formed among this group of people during this five-month period are more far-reaching than any of them can imagine,” said Rachel Hedrick, the Chamber’s director of Membership Services. “Through their involvement in Leadership Vance, the participants will be better informed about the assets and challenges facing our community, making them better suited for leadership roles within the community,” added Hedrick. Participants in this year’s class include: Shay H. Bennett, City of Henderson; Kristen H. Boyd, Vance County Schools; Tammy Care, Maria Parham Medical Center; Jonathan Clarke, Maria Parham Medical Center; Andre’a R. Crawford, Kittrell Job Corps Center; La’Shanda M. Daniels, Vance County Social Services; Tanya O. Evans, Progress Energy; Chereca Hargrove, Walmart DC

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2011 Leadership Vance class members participate in a “Getting to Know You” icebreaker. #6091; Kara Kovac, Eckerd Youth Alternatives; Kimberly Marino, Eckerd Youth Alternatives; Sherry Moss, City of Henderson; Derrick Nantz, VanceGranville Community College; Suzanne Roudebush, Eckerd Youth Alternatives; Sandra Standley, KerrVance Academy; Nancy Snyder, Eckerd Youth

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Cutcliffe was named SEC Coach of the Year in 2003, has participated in 22 bowl games, and has coached the likes of Andy Kelly, Heath Shuler, Tee Martin, Eli Manning and Peyton Manning. In his comments, Cutcliffe said: “I am truly impressed with what the Chamber has done here tonight.” He addressed the emphasis that was placed on education and commended the educators who were present on their work and the impact they have on individual lives and thus the community at large. He also praised the softball team on their accomplishments and encouraged them to continue to be champions both on the field and off. “As I tell my guys, these four F’s will help keep your priorities in line. They are faith, family,

future and then football,” Cutcliffe said. In offering advice taken from his coaching philosophy, Cutcliffe said: “Think of all the people who have helped you along the way and be grateful for what you have received. Your community is the product of the priorities, principals and values you embrace. As my dad told all six of the Cutcliffe kids, always leave a place better than you find it.” Vance County Schools presented the ninth annual Shining Moment in Education Award to the Townsville Lions Club as the top business partner for Vance County Schools for the 20102011 school year. The club is a valuable partner with New Hope Elementary School and has donated approximately $13,000 to the school’s media center over the last several years. The Townsville Lions Club also sponsors reading and writing incentive

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rewards for students at New Hope, and hosts a reading celebration at Kerr Lake at the end of each school year for students who have reached their reading goals. Also recognized was Vance County Schools’ Teacher of the Year Jacqueline Boyd, who is a social studies teacher at Southern Vance High School, and Vance County Schools’ Principal of the Year Carolyn Harris, principal of New Hope Elementary School. Boyd has almost 40 years of teaching experience and Harris is in her third year as principal at New Hope Elementary which is the top performing elementary school in the local school system and has been designated as a N.C. School of Distinction. Also recognized at the event were the following teachers who have received certification by the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS): Bar-

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bara Currin, Lucy Landen and Jenny Waite, all of Zeb Vance Elementary; Barbara Slaughter and Lisa Finch, both of New Hope Elementary; India Joyce Kingsberry of Henderson Middle; Karen Holt of Dabney Elementary; Mary Williams of Pinkston Street Elementary; Nicholas Hendley and Shirley Lewis, both of Southern Vance High; Tamala Anderson of Eaton-Johnson Middle; and Volodymyr Babchenko of Northern Vance High. There are now approximately 40 educators working in Vance County Schools with NBPTS certification. The distinction is the highest certification possible for classroom teachers and guidance counselors. North Carolina leads the nation in the number of nationally certified teachers with 17,957 nationally certified teachers in the state. The 2010 Chamber board chairperson, Vanessa Jones,

touted the 2010 Chamber accomplishments and thanked board members for their dedication and hard work. Chamber President Bill Edwards and 2011 Board Chairman David Ruggles presented the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce Annual Report and Program of Work, identifying goals for the upcoming year. Sponsors for the event were: Progress Energy, presenting sponsor; Maria Parham Medical Center, P&G Pet Car and Walmart Distribution Center #6091, gold sponsors; BB&T, Express Employment Professionals, Supply Line Country Market and Time Warner Cable, silver sponsors; and Carolina Sunrock, CenturyLink, Chase Development, The Daily Dispatch, Franklin Brothers Nursery & Greenhouses, J.M. White Funeral Service, Kerr Lake Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, NCOL.NET and PSNC En-

David Cutcliffe ergy, bronze sponsors. Contributing sponsors were AAA Gas & Appliances, East Carolina Tire, H.G. Reynolds Company Inc., Kittrell Job Corps Center, Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse, Schewel Furniture Company Inc., Southern Chainsaw & Mower Parts, Staples, Wake Electric Membership Corporation and W.W. Properties.

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Belk Belk of Henderson held a ribbon cutting on Dec. 7, 2010, to celebrate the unveiling of its new logo and to welcome new store manager Fredrick Foster. The store has been a major local retailer for decades. To contact Belk, call (252) 492-1121 or go online to www.belk.com.

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Four County Health Network/ Community Care Partners On Dec. 9, 2010, Four County Health Network/Community Care Partners celebrated its recent move and expansion within the Medical Arts Building with a ribbon cutting. This is the third time the organization has expanded due to growth. The company is a local health-care network that promotes high value medical care in the four-county area through various products and programs. Jay Kennedy is acting director. The organization can be reached at (252) 430-0360 or kennedyj@mphosp.org.

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Roses Roses, located at the Henderson Mall on Dabney Drive, held a ribbon cutting to celebrate their recent remodel on November 4. A large group of employees and local dignitaries came out to support the long-time local retailer. The retail store is owned and operated by Variety Wholesalers, Inc.

Wimpy’s Wimpy’s held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the business on Dec. 2, 2010. A grand opening was held on Dec. 4, 2010, with a cruise-in by Tommy Keith with Creedmoor Cruise-In. Free barbecue sandwiches were served to all antique car drivers. Wimpy’s specializes in eat-in and take-out open flame-grilled ground chuck, hot dogs and rib-eye steak sandwiches, shrimp, fries and onion rings. The restaurant is located at 419 Raleigh Road in Henderson and can be contacted at (252) 430-1766. Owners are Larry Satterwhite and Danny Bowden.

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Smile Studio Smile Studio held a ribbon-cutting on Dec. 15, 2010, to celebrate the new dental practice at 451 Ruin Creek Road, Suite 201. Smile Studio strives to provide families the latest and most advanced dentistry available. The practice is owned and operated by Dr. Tina Gupta and can be reached at (252) 572-2520 or on the web at www.smilestudionc.com.

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Chamber “Member Spotlights” offer opportunity to spread the word The Henderson-Vance County Chamber offers its membership the added benefit of “Member Spotlights” each month. This special section of the Chamber website allows member businesses to list their upcoming public sales, special events, special products and/or services for free. A link on the Chamber home page takes all viewers to this special page. Each listing must be 50 words or less typed in a Microsoft Word or text document using 10-point Verdana font. The name of the company should be listed first, followed by the complete description of what is being spotlighted. Entries are listed monthly. Any entry to be listed in “Member Spotlights” must be received by the 25th of the month preceding when the entry should appear. Entries are listed alphabetically on the page with the company name in bold and the description in normal type. All are uniform in appearance. Chamber members who wish to have an entry listed should send information to info@ hendersonvance.org by the 25th of the month preceding when the listing should appear or call the Chamber at (252) 438-8414 with questions.

February “Member Spotlights” • AA Self Storage — First month’s rent price on any available standard or climate controlled storage unit (great for inventory or business record storage). Now available: new covered boat & RV storage! Please give Teri a

call today and mention that you are a Chamber member! (252) 433-0236. Also check out our website for additional money saving coupons! 420 Raleigh Road/henderson@aa-self-storage. com www.aa-self-storage.com • Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central North Carolina — Time to renew club memberships for our youth participants ages 6-18. Membership is only $5 for the entire calendar year. Boys & Girls Clubs offer hope for entire neighborhoods. The annual two-man team bass fishing tournament will be April 23. Please call 430-1871 or www.bgcncnc.org. • Character Antics — Spring is coming! Book your Easter bunny characters now. Also we have a new day-care special. Get one moonwalk with either face painting, balloons or cotton candy for two hours: $149. Offer good for Monday-Friday bookings only. Call (252) 430-6775 for bookings. • Collins Collision Repair Center: (“The Body Shop”) we make your damage disappear! Where quality matters! Located at 3688 Raleigh Road. Call Brad Collins at 438-3133. • Community Workforce Solutions — Gain a great employee, support your community, and start earning work opportunity tax credits for 2011!! Community Workforce Solutions currently has strong candidates looking for all types of positions. We specialize in matching worker skills with your job openings! Let us handle your hiring needs! (252) 492-9555 • Dabney Drive Animal Hospital: coming soon!! Bridget Waters, DVM, and her won-

derful staff will be opening for business and welcoming new patients by the end of February! We want to remind you that February is National Pet Dental Health Month! Please call for an appointment: (252) 430-8008 • Enterprise Rent-A-Car — Whether it’s due to an accident, corporate travel, or for leisure, Enterprise specializes in renting to customers who need a temporary replacement vehicle. To better serve our customers, we have moved to a new location. Please come visit us in person at 1340 Dabney Drive, via phone at (252) 433-8405 or online at http://www. enterprise.com. We offer a free pickup service, competitive rates, and welcome all business. • Franklin Brothers Nursery & Greenhouses — Proper landscaping can make your business more inviting and “greener.” We can help. Simply take a few pictures. Get some measurements. Email or come by for a free consultation. We can partner with a local landscaper to get you a complete make over or simply do it yourself. • Generations Community Credit Union — only $10 to join!!! Christmas club accounts available; money market & CD accounts; $250 minimum to open; financial counseling also available; please contact Bernice Bullock or Oita Snow at (252) 492-5854 for additional information and ask us about our credit building programs. • Golden Skillet — we offer great family dining! Convenient dine-in or take-out! Dinners, snacks, sandwiches, sandwich combos,

homemade vegetables and desserts, freshly prepared-to-order fish and seafood, award-winning chicken tenders, entertainment platters and kids’ meals. Whatever your dining needs, our slogan: “Good food, good service, fair price” says it all!!! We welcome call-ahead orders. 444 Dabney Drive, Henderson, (252) 492-4040. • Heather’s Thirty-One Gifts — new spring/ summer catalog! For every $31 you spend, you’ll get 31% off any item! Host a $450 party and purchase the Cindy tote at 70% off! Visit www.mythirtyone.com/htabor to place your order or call Heather Tabor at (252) 204-1305 to host a party and earn free and/or discounted products. • Henderson Collegiate invites you to our Business Before Hours on Thursday, Feb. 17 from 7:30-9 a.m. If unable to make it, please feel free to stop by anytime during school hours for a tour of the school! www.hendersoncollegiate.com • Johnson’s Block & Concrete Co., Inc. — Your commercial and residential solution to the following needs: ready mixed concrete, concrete supplies, blocks, mortar, sand, and stone. Family owned & operated. We’re proud to say that we have been serving this area for 50 years. Call us for quality service and products at (252) 438-6028. • Lakeland Theatre Company presents the amazing Stephen Sondheim musical “Into the Woods” beginning Feb. 18 and continuing through march 5t See what happens after the “happily ever after” in the tales we all know

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and love! Call (252) 586-3124 or toll free at 1-877-330-0574 for reservations and more information. See you at Lakeland! • Lifeline — Maria Parham Medical Center offers Philips Lifeline, an easy-to-use medical alert service that ensures that older adults living at home get quick assistance whenever it is needed. Lifeline helps you to be safe 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call Denise Smith at (252) 436-1118 for more information. • Marketplace Cinema — Hosting first annual live telecast of the Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 27. Proceeds from this event will benefit Henderson Collegiate. Tickets limited! Tickets on sale at Marketplace Cinema box office. For more info, visit us online at www. marketplacecinemas.com. • Pete Smith Lube & Tire — located at 946Z W. Andrews Ave. in the Crossroads Shopping Mall. We are your full service auto repair & tire dealer. Stop by & see Donnie or Rick. Given the chance, we feel confident that we will give you “the best automotive experience that you’ve ever had.” • Pizza Inn of Henderson — Ever come in to eat and it was too late for the lunch buffet, but it was too early for the dinner buffet? We have the answer! Pizza Inn is now running the buffet all day, every day. For a limited time, come

BusIness OuTlOOk out between 2:30-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and receive our early bird buffet special buffet. Buffet and drink for only $5.99! • Premier Women’s Health Professionals, PA — flu shots for members, family and friends during the month of February for $15. Stop by Fridays 11 a.m.- 1 p.m., $11. • Prim Residential Rentals — quality apartments, townhouses, and corporate units fully furnished and available for lease. Flex office space at Parkview Office Plaza off Beckford Drive; 1780 sq. ft. for sale/lease. Gated community with waterfront homes/lots for sale on beautiful Kerr Lake. Call (252) 738-9771 or visit our website: www.primedevelopment.com • Progress Energy — We’re here to give you the energy help you need. Visit us at www. progress-energy.com to find our “Lower my bill toolkit.” • Satterwhite Point Marina on Kerr Lake — enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Kerr Lake at one of our lakeside cabins. Accepting rental reservations now for the coming season. Select used Crest pontoon boats are also available. See our website at www.satterwhitept.com for boat and cabin details. Call (252) 430-1300. • Servpro Franklin, Vance & Granville counties — remember, now that cold weather has set in, homeowners will experience frozen

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pipes, causing water damage to crawl spaces as well as the interior of the dwellings. If this happens to you, call the experts here at Servpro Franklin, Vance & Granville any time day or night at (252) 433-0005. We are proud of the work that we do ...”Make it like it never happened!” • Shortcakes Embroidery/Screen Printing — February special: screen printed T-shirts, jerzees 50/50 / style 29m, full front/ $8. Each/ minimum 15 pieces special only for Chamber members, call Clareese at (252) 492-5769 or email clareese@shortcakesembroidery.com • Southern Chainsaw and Mower Parts — 1030 S. Williams St. Henderson, 27536: small engine company that repairs outdoor power equipment such as riding lawn mowers, blowers, trimmers, generators, chain saws, tillers and more. We are Jonsered and Kohler dealers. We sell new and used equipment. We

also sell parts for many makes and models. Big mower blade sale going on. Best prices around. (252) 436-9507. • The Teacher Store — Show your teachers the love with a gift certificate from us. We have a fully stocked store, catalog and website for teachers or parents to keep children learning all winter long. www.teacherstoreonline, 135 S. Garnett St., (252) 436-0037. • Vance County Cooperative Extension — Feb. 24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., “Serving Latinos in NC,” County Office Building. Call 438-8188 for information. • Vance County Senior Center — 126 S. Garnett St., Henderson: free tax preparation by trained tax-aide volunteers offered to seniors and low-to-middle income individuals of any age each Wednesday through April 13 Please see SpOTLIgHT, pAgE 8

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Welcome to these new Chamber members Dabney Drive Animal Hospital 1 South Cooper Drive Henderson, N.C. 27536 Phone: (252) 430-8008 FAX: (252) 430-8020 Veterinarians Bridget Waters

Don Lorenzo’s Mexican Restaurant 130 W. Montgomery St. Henderson, N.C. 27536 Phone: (252) 430-1137 FAX: (252) 430-0034 Restaurant/Food Service/ Lounge Sergio Resendez, manager

Jessica Charles Restaurant 200 South Garnett St. Henderson, N. C. 27536 Phone: (252) 430-0069 Restaurants & Food Service George Lawson

Ribeyes Steakhouse 2002 Graham Ave. Henderson, N.C. 27536 Phone: (252) 430-1117 Restaurant/ Food Service/ Lounge David Woodlief, manager

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Maria Parham Medical Center sponsors Medical Oncology Center/MRI open house On Dec. 7, Maria Parham Medical Center hosted an open house to unveil its newly renovated Medical Oncology Center. Maria Parham has been providing treatment to cancer patients for over 20 years, but the size of the facility could not accommodate the number of patients requiring treatment. The new center better meets local needs at four times the size of the old facility, consisting of about 6,000 square feet. It features a 14-patient treatment area, five examination rooms and a large triage room. Leslie Carswell, director of the oncology unit, said: “In recent years, we have experienced a greater patient load, and now feel like we can better accommodate our patients and their families in this much bigger facility.” The new center includes a 67-foot glass wall that provides patients with a view of an outdoor garden that is accessible from the treatment area and is filled with flowers and shrubbery. The treatment area also has two large screen televisions for the patients.

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“The new unit offers patients more privacy and it also offers the staff more space to function,” said Bob Singletary, president and CEO of the hospital. “It will allow us to expand the staff in the oncology unit.” The facility also includes a Cancer Resource Center, a joint effort of The American Cancer Society and Maria Parham, which will house information to educate patients and families on different illnesses. A conference room and a library are also included in the unit. This will provide a suitable meeting place for the local Tumor Board and the staff of the unit. The new unit also includes a large waiting room for patients and their families. The art of local artists decorates the walls. Live music welcomed the large crowd of guests and continued as they were toured around the center. The tours were followed by a ceremony in which Bob Singletary, president and CEO of Maria Parham Medical Center, and Dr. Bev Tucker, chairperson of the medical center’s

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board of directors, welcomed guests. Comments were also made by Dr. Joseph Melamed, medical director of digital radiology at MPMC (Wake Radiology); Dr. Linda Sutton, medical director, Duke Oncology Network; Dr. Bob Noel, chairman, ACOS/COC Accreditation Committee (Northern Carolina Surgical Associates); and Dr. David Mack, medical director of MPMC’s medical oncology program (associate, Duke Oncology Network). Also unveiled at the open house was Maria Parham Medical Center’s new wide-bore MRI machine, the only one of its kind in the region. An MRI uses strong magnets and radio waves to produce high quality images of a patient’s organs and tissue. The wide-bore MRI has an opening for the patient that is 15 percent larger than a traditional MRI machine, giving it the capability of obtaining MRIs on larger patients. “It is a big improvement,” said Melamed. “It will allow us to do all new types of imaging including breast imaging,” he added.

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appointment only. Call the senior center at (252) 430-0257 to schedule an appointment. • WW Properties & Rentals — For 30 years WW Properties has provided quality residential rental homes & apartments at affordable prices. We now have available several excellent retail locations. We also have offices — single suites & up to 4,000 sq. ft. with 9 offices in a professional building, commercial, industrial & warehouse units for lease and for sale. We also have retail/commercial units available on Capital Boulevard in Youngsville. Save money and call (252) 492-8777 or find us on the net at wwproperties.net. • WIZS, “Your Community Voice,” has a great advertising package available to Chamber members starting, in February. The WIZS business card package: your business card ad run six times each weekday for $65: a month for four months. Call (252) 492-3001 for more information about saturation advertising.

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New Chamber officers elected The Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce recently elected the 2011 officers for the board of directors. David Ruggles, director of marketing for Maria Parham Medical Center, will assume the responsibilities of board chairman. Other newly elected Chamber officers include Catherine Hughes of Satterwhite Point Marina Inc., first vice-chairwoman and Hal Muetzel of Express Employment Professionals, second vice-chairman. Mel Manning of Harris Incorporated of Henderson will serve as treasurer and Vanessa Jones, Vance-Granville Community College vice president of community and economic development, will serve as immediate past chairwoman. Kathy Brown of P&G Pet Care, Gina DeMent of Five County Mental Health Authority, Dave Genetti of Toyota/Scion of Henderson and Curtis Tyndall of BB&T were all added as new board members. Ex-officio board members include Dennis Tharrington, chairman, Henderson-Vance Partnership; Eddie Wright, chairman, Vance County Board of Commissioners; the director of the HendersonVance Economic Development Commission; Phil Lakernick, director, Henderson-Vance Downtown Development Commission; Randy Parker, president, Vance-Granville Community College; Pete O’Geary, mayor, City of Henderson; Norman Shearin, superintendent, Vance County Schools and Bob Singletary, president and chief executive officer, Maria Parham Medical Center. All new, existing and outgoing Chamber officers and directors were recognized during the Chamber’s 2011 annual Membership Meeting and Banquet on Feb. 8 at the Vance-Granville Community College Civic Center.

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Board/Ambassador/Staff List 2011 Chamber Officers David Ruggles Catherine Hughes Hal Muetzel Mel Manning Vanessa Jones

Chairman First Vice-Chairwoman Second Vice-Chairman Treasurer Immediate Past Chairwoman

Board of Directors 2009-2011 Rudy Abate Joel Harris Jenny Hester Catherine Hughes Vanessa Jones Hal Muetzel

Liberty Kennels Inc. Vance County Farm Bureau Prim Development and Rentals Satterwhite Point Marina Vance-Granville Community College Express Employment Professionals

2010-2012 Dave Genetti Mel Manning Leslie Mills Tanya Evans Walter Pegram David Ruggles

Toyota/Scion of Henderson Harris Incorporated of Henderson Leslie Ann Mills Photography Progress Energy NCOL.net Maria Parham Medical Center

2011-2013 Johnny Bobbitt Kathy Brown Gina Dement Maurice Gray Curtis Tyndall John Zollicoffer

Dennis Tharrington Phil Lakernick Randy Parker Eddie Wright

Print Enterprise Inc. P&G Pet Care Five County Mental Health Authority Walmart Distribution Center #6091 BB&T Stainback, Satterwhite, Burnette and Zollicoffer

Liberty Kennels Inc. Liberty Kennels Inc. Generations Community Credit Union

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Ex-Officio Directors Vacant

2011 Chamber Ambassadors Cindy Abate Rudy Abate Bernice Bullock

Bob Campbell John Cho Gina DeMent Gina Eaves Fern Ellington Cheryl Elman Sarah Falkner Linda Fletcher Julia Langston Clareese Moss Alison Proctor Susan Rogers Kendall Stafford Sandra Wilkerson

Pete O’Geary Norman Shearin Bob Singletary

Director, Vance County Economic Development Commission Chairman, Henderson-Vance Economic Partnership Director, Henderson-Vance Downtown Development President, Vance-Granville Community College Chairman, Vance County Board of Commissioners Mayor, City of Henderson Superintendent, Vance County Schools President/CEO, Maria Parham Medical Center

Chamber Staff Bill Edwards Rachel Hedrick Sylvia Edwards Jimmie Terry Sheri Jones

President Director of Membership Services Office Manager Work First Coordinator Communications Consultant

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Business After Hours kick-off for 2011 The first Business After Hours of 2011 was hosted by Henderson Wellness Center on Jan. 27 from 5:30-7 p.m. A large crowd attended the event at the business’ location at 414 Dabney Drive. Guests were served food from Chick-fil-A and given free spicy chicken biscuit coupons along with numerous door prizes from Henderson Wellness Center. A Business Before Hours to be held on Thursday from 7:30-9 a.m., will be hosted by Henderson Collegiate Charter School, 906 Health Center Road. Also scheduled for sometime in April will be a Business Before Hours hosted by Belk at Henderson Square. Time and date will be announced. For information on how your business can host a Business After Hours, contact the Chamber at (252) 438-8414 or e-mail membership@hendersonvance. org. Sponsorships are limited to one Business After Hours per month, so call now to schedule yours.

April 8: Nominations for the 2010 Small Business of the Year deadline for submission. April 26: Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon at Henderson Country Club beginning at noon. Featured Speaker for the event is noted speaker, storyteller, publisher and author AlexSandra Lett.

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Feb. 17: Business Before Hours hosted by Henderson Collegiate from 7:30 - 9 a.m. at their location at 906 Health Center Road. Feb. 22: First Speed Networking Event of 2011 at Don Lorenzo’s Mexican Restaurant at 130 W. Montgomery Street in Henderson from 5:30 - 7 p.m.

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Embers mark fourth holiday concert with best attendance ever

May 26: First Meet Me in the Street concert featuring The Castaways and presented by Harris Incorporated of Henderson. Concert will be held along Breckenridge Street in Downtown Henderson from 5:30 to 8:30.

For the fourth year, Henderson kicked off the holiday season with The Embers Christmas concert. The North Carolina band brought their special holiday show to the Vance-Granville Community College Civic Center stage on Dec. 3. The Civic Center buzzed with excitement as the almost sold-out crowd enjoyed the many religious and secular musical favorites presented by the popular band. “The Embers continue to be a local favorite and this year we enjoyed our best attendance ever,� said Chamber President Bill Edwards. The concert was coordinated by the Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by CenturyLink, presenting sponsor; Progress Energy and P&G Pet Care, platinum sponsors; Walmart Distribution Center #6091, gold sponsor; and Maria Parham Medical Center and Satterwhite Point Marina, silver sponsors. Media sponsors were The Daily Dispatch, WIZS and US 98.3.

July 14: Second Meet Me in the Street concert featuring The Konnection and presented by Harris Incorporated of Henderson. Concert will be held along Breckenridge Street in Downtown Henderson from 5:30 to 8:30. Sept. 1: Third and final Meet Me in the Street concert presented by Harris Incorporated of Henderson. Concert will be held along Breckenridge Street in Downtown Henderson from 5:30 to 8:30. Featured band to be announced.

Saturday, April 16th Henderson Family YMCA 9AM - Noon

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*Join us for health information, demonstrations and various activities. * Music, dancing, face painting and crafts. * T-shirts and snacks while they last. For more information call (252) 438-2244 or email julia@henfamymca.org A Fun Run will conclude the day at NOON.

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Henderson-Vance County Chamber of Commerce Education Committee: The Education Committee advocates for quality education in Vance County by partnering with the school system to work toward initiatives that will show a measurable improvement in graduating students, and by partnering with the Vance County Public School Foundation to assist with the recruitment and retention of teachers. Specific objectives include: • Continuing to co-sponsor the annual Teacher Executive Institute with the Vance County Public School Foundation • Working with the school administration to enhance business-education partnerships • Continuing the Life Skills Day program to teach students basic skills in getting a job • Working with Vance-Granville Community College and the Vance County

public/private schools on the School of Excellence for rising tenth graders. The committee will also promote the Shining Moment in Education Award winner and recognize national board certified teachers, the Vance County Principal of the Year and the Vance County Teacher of the Year at the Chamber’s annual banquet.

Executive Committee: The Executive Committee ensures the financial viability of the Chamber by overseeing day-to-day operations as well as developing new ideas to foster the growth of the Chamber for the future. The committee will work with the staff, other committees and volunteers to oversee Chamber budgetary activities and policies, develop and maintain revenue producing events such as the Chamber Challenge Golf Tournament, and work

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Business Growth & Development Committee: The Business Growth & Development Committee will continue to provide support to member businesses to assure their growth and sustainability and will assist in the job growth of the area through education and promoting/encouraging a favorable business climate. The committee will continue to partner with other chambers and Vance-Granville Community College’s Small Business Center. The committee will work to: • Promote the importance of small business through the hosting of Small Business Roundtables. • Continue to recognize the Small Business of the Year in partnership with

other county chambers of commerce and the Vance-Granville Community College Small Business Center. • Strive to enhance the Chamber’s role in job growth in the county by partnering with the Vance County Economic Development Commission, the HendersonVance Downtown Development Commission, the Henderson-Vance Economic Partnership, the Vance County Department of Tourism, city and county government and any other entity that will bring jobs to the area. • Continue to update the booklet “How to Start and Grow a Business in Vance County” and make it available to anyone seeking to begin or expand a business in the local area.

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committee goals outlined for upcoming year implement new programs to benefit all Chamber members and to encourage nonmembers to join. Specific objectives include: • Continuing to use all means possible with an emphasis on diversity to recruit, promote and retain business while providing as much individual attention as possible, including recruitment events. • Enhance existing programs and develop new programs that will spotlight businesses including Business Before/ After Hours, ribbon cuttings, radio and website promotions. • Encouraged members to get involved with the Chamber by volunteering and offering in-kind services, • Provide education about the benefits of volunteerism through new member orientation events to be held at least two times yearly. The committee will also maintain the Ambassador Program and empower ambassador members to be the liaison between the Chamber and its members. In addition, the committee will promote, expand and support Vance County networking through face-to-face meetings, local networking groups and events, as well as electronic media and social

networking vehicles as a membership benefit as well as a membership recruitment tool. The committee will also continue to promote the member-to-member discount program and member spotlights.

Government & Public Affairs Committee: The Government and Public Affairs Committee will be the pro-active advocate for the business community at the city, county, state and national levels to further enhance our communication and voice with our elected governmental and law enforcement officials. The committee will: • Promote the importance of the Leadership Vance program and encourage community involvement after graduation. • Partner with local government by attending meetings of the city and county to remain informed. • Continue business and government partnership forums on a regular basis to maintain a dialogue on key issues affecting the city, county, community and all law enforcement entities. Committee members will also continue

the support of the Henderson-Vance County zoning process and its implementation, support the possibility of one government for Henderson and Vance County, and plan a state and federal Legislative Day.

Marketing Committee: The Marketing Committee works to increase the visibility of the Chamber and its member businesses, to promote the Chamber’s mission, and to enhance the Chamber’s role as the hub of the business community. Specific objectives include: • Promoting and maintaining the Chamber’s website to be real-time and user-friendly and to provide links to member businesses via e-mail. An e-mail newsletter will be provided to all members and organizations. • Promote the Chamber and Chamber

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• 2010 Country Kitchen, Home of PCT Catering • 220 Seafood Restaurant • A Dominos Pizza Store A&S Pest Control A.B. Hair Carpets, Inc. • A.M. Davis Electrical Services, Inc. • A.R. Perry Glass/Henderson Oxygen • A.R.E. Mechanical, Inc. • AAA Gas & Appliance • ACS-Health Management Solutions • ACTS (Area Christians Together in Service) • Adcock, Wayne • Advance Printers • Advanced Lighting Technologies • Advantage Care In Home Services • Adventure Island • A-Fresh Potti By Foster • Ahner Security, Inc. • Air Control, Inc. • Allen, Dr. Robert F., Optometrist • Allen’s Frameworks & Gallery Alliance Rehabilitative Care, Inc. • Allstate Insurance Co./Nunnery Insurance Agency • Allstate Insurance Company/Jeff Ayscue Agency • Ambassador’s Inn & Suites/Cornelius’ Restaurant • American Cancer Society • American General Finance • American Red Cross Ashland Construction Company • ASIS Counseling, PLLC • Auto Connection AutoBrite Car Washes, Inc. Aycock Elementary School Ballet Arts, Inc. Bamboo Garden Chinese Restaurant • Bank of America • Barnett Properties, Inc. • BB&T • Beckford Medical Center • Bees’ Knees, The • Belk, Inc. • Berger, Sen. Douglas E. Bill’s Flowers and Gifts • Bobbitt Signs, Inc. • Bojangles • Bowers & Burrows Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central NC - Vance Unit • Brass Shoppe, The • Brassfield Commercial Realty Breedlove Electric, Inc. • Brewer Cycles, Inc. • Brooks Appraisals, Inc. Buffaloe Milling Co., Inc. • Builder Tony Hirst, LLC • Builder’s Discount Center of Henderson

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Chamber Membership Directory • Bullock’s of Henderson, LLC Burgess Farms Care Chiropractic Center Care, Jonathan S. Attorney, PA • Carolina Bed Center • Carolina Classic Transport, LLC Carolina Cooling & Heating, Inc. • Carolina Country Snacks • Carolina Greenscapes, Inc. • Carolina Lanes • Carolina Quality, Inc. (Burger King) • Carolina Sunrock LLC Carver Elementary School Carver’s Family Restaurants • Cawthorne & Associates • Central Baptist Church • Central Community Services • Century 21 - Country Knolls Realty • CenturyLink • Character Antics • Charles Boyd Chevrolet-Cadillac-Buick-GMC, Inc. • Chase Development Chick-fil-A • Church of the Holy Innocents, The (Episcopal) • Citizen Schools-North Carolina • City Tire, Inc. • Civitan Club of Henderson Clarke Elementary School • Coast Guard Auxiliary Henderson/Kerr Lake • Coca-Cola • Coffeys Bail Bonds & Investigations • Cokesbury United Methodist Church • Coldwell Banker Advantage-Henderson • Collins Collision Repair Center • Colortyme • Comfort Zone Designers, Inc. • Community Home Care & Hospice Community Workforce Solutions, Inc. • Consolidated Marketing, Inc. Cooper Company II, LLC • Cordell’s Lawn Care, Inc. • Courtyard/Woods Apartments • CPI Designs, LLC • Cracker Barrel • Crafts On Wheels Inc/100 Years of Flight • Craving Inc. DBA Simply Delicious Catering • Crawford Properties • Crossroads Christian School • Currin’s Real Estate • D.D. Residential Services, Inc. • Dabney Drive Animal Hospital Dabney Elementary School • Daily Dispatch, The • Dataforge • Dave Elman Hypnosis Institute • DaVita Vance County Dialysis • DB’s Windshield Chip Repair & Headlamp Restoration

• DeCillis and Turrentine, PLLC • Designs By You • Dex One Corporation • Document Systems, Inc. Don Lorenzo’s Mexican Restaurant • Dot’s Hallmark Shop • Drake, Dr. Alex E.M. Rollins Elementary School E.O. Young, Jr. Elementary School • Eagle PCS, Inc. • EarlyFalsom Properties, Inc. • East Carolina Tire Co. Eastern Minerals, Inc. Eaton-Johnson Middle School • Eckerd Youth Alternatives, Inc. • Edward Jones - Clem Seifert Edward Jones - Jeff Perry Edward Jones - Tony Adams • Elmer A. Deal & Sons Inc. • Embassy Cultural Center Foundation, Inc. • Embroidered Image Employment Security Commission • Endrusick Enterprises, LLC • Enterprise Rent-A-Car • Equipping Faith Church Destiny Center • Express Employment Professionals • Faith to Freedom, Inc. • Family Eye Center, OD PA • Family Intervention & Prevention Services, LLC • Faulkner Grading & Landscaping, Inc. • F-G-V Partnership for Children • Fidelity Bank • First Baptist Church • First Citizens Bank & Trust Co. • First United Methodist Church • Five County Mental Health Authority • Five Star Physical Therapy, Inc. • Florida Marine Tanks, Inc. • Flowers Funeral Home • Fogg’s Exxon Service Station • Food Lion, LLC • For Your Occasion Party Rentals • Four County Health Network, Inc./ Community Care Partners • Four County Primary Care, RLLP • Fox, Stan • Franklin Brothers Nursery & Greenhouses, Inc. • Frazco, Inc. Freedom Federal Credit Union Garden Walk Villas • Gateway Community Development Corporation • Generations Community Credit Union • George’s • Glover’s Landscaping & Grading, Inc. • Golden Corral • Golden Skillet • Granville County Cattlemen’s Association

• Granville Health System • Granville-Vance District Health Department • Greater Ransom Way of the Cross Temple Greystone Concrete Products, Inc. • Griesinger, Roger • Guardian Care of Henderson Gupton Services, Inc. • Gupton’s Sporting Goods, Inc. H & R Block H. Leslie Perry Memorial Library • H.G. Reynolds Company, Inc. • Hampton Inn - Henderson • Handcrafted Homes, LLC • Harperprints, Inc. Harris Equipment Company • Harris Incorporated of Henderson • Henderson Auction Gallery • Henderson Collegiate • Henderson Community Concert Association • Henderson Convention Center • Henderson Country Club • Henderson Family Medicine Clinic/A Duke Health System Affiliate • Henderson Family YMCA • Henderson Florist & Gifts Shoppe • Henderson Fruit & Produce Company • Henderson Furniture Outlet, Inc. • Henderson Indoor & Outdoor Flea Market Mall • Henderson Institute Graduates & Former Students Association, Inc. Henderson Lions Club Henderson Middle School Henderson Wellness Center, PA • Henderson, City of Henderson/Vance County Economic Development Commission Henderson-Vance Chamber of Commerce • Henderson-Vance Crime Stoppers, Inc. Henderson-Vance Downtown Development Hight Warehouse, Inc. • Hill’s Music Shoppe, Inc. • Holden Moss Knott Clark & Copley, P.A. • Holiday Inn Express Holland Industrial • Home Credit Corporation, Inc. Homes and Land Magazine • Hoyle, Wilson S., Jr., DDS • Hughes Insurance Agency • Hughes, Jack H., Attorney • Humphries Construction Co./Triangle North Exteriors • Humpty Dumpty Day Care • Hunt Investments LLC • Ichibar Japanese Restaurant • Innovative Green Builders/WDT Development, LLC • Interiors and Gifts Too • J & E ScreenPrint • J.L. Williams Construction Company, Inc.

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• J.M. White Funeral Service • Jameson Inn • JCPenney Co., Inc. Jerry’s Artarama NC, Inc. Jessica Charles Restaurant Joel T. Cheatham • John Foster Homes Johnson’s Block & Concrete Co., Inc. Journigan’s Tire & Battery Sales Kearney, Rhonda DDS, MS • Kennametal, Inc. • Kentucky Fried Chicken • Kerr Drug, Inc. • Kerr Lake Country Club • Kerr Lake Glassworks/Chex Car Care • Kerr Lake Nursing and Rehabilitation Center • Kerr Lake Orthopaedics • Kerr-Vance Academy • Kids World, Inc. • Kilian Engineering, Inc. • Kimball Roofing/KBL Exteriors • Kittrell Job Corps Center L.B. Yancey Elementary School • Lakeland Theatre Company & Cultural Arts Center, Inc. • Lakes Media, LLC- US98.3 WLUS-FM • Lamplight Inn & Tobacco Farm Camp • Lemmond, Melissa Carraway • Leslie Ann Mills Photography • Liberty Kennels, Inc. Life Line Outreach, Inc. • Little Caesars Pizza Little River Corporation • Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse • Loyd Plumbing Co. M.R. Williams, Inc. • Maintenance Plus Landscaping • Manpower Services Maria Parham Medical Center • Maria Parham Nephrology & Hypertension • Maria Parham Pain & Physical Medicine Clinic • Marketplace Cinema Markson Scientific, LLC dba Markson LabSales • Mast Drug Company • Maxim Healthcare Services • Mayflower Seafood Restaurant of Henderson Medical Arts Pharmacy Mid-South Electric Service, Inc. • Middleburg Steak House, Inc. • Mike Brooks Productions & D.J. Services • Mike Brummitt Heating and Cooling, LLC • Milkam Hospitality, Inc. • Moody Brothers Jewelers • Morgan Stanley/Smith Barney/ Virginia Clay • Nails to Tails Dog Grooming • NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services • NCOL.NET New Hope Elementary School

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Chamber Membership Directory Noel, Richard, DDS, PA • Norlina Christian School • North Carolina Institute Of Minority Economic Development • North Carolina Pediatric Associates • Northern Carolina Surgical Associates Northern Vance High School • Occoneechee Council, Boy Scouts of America Ogle, Dr. Adrian • Optimist Club of Henderson • Optimum Lighting, LLC • O’Reilly Auto Parts • Overby Marine • P&G Pet Care • Pacific Coast Feather • Paradise Family Dentistry Paul Heidepriem Photography • Peanut Roaster, The, Inc. • Peck, Hazel P. • Pegram Agency, Inc. The /Nationwide Insurance • Pepsi-Cola of Durham • Perry & Waters, LLP • Pete Smith Automotive Group • Phillips, Dorsey, Thomas, Waters & Brafford, PA Pinkston Street Elementary School • Pinnell Insurance Agency, Inc. • Pino’s Italian Restaurant • Pizza Hut • Pizza Inn of Henderson • Platinum Cuts IV Barbershop • Postal Plus Business Center • Premier Chiropractic Premier Women’s Health • Prestigious Housing, Inc. • Prim Development and Rentals Print Enterprise Inc. Private Wealth Management of NC, LLC • Progress Energy • Prudential Select Properties • PSNC Energy, A Scana Company • Pulley, Charles • Quality Equipment, LLC • Quick Print of Henderson, Inc. • Raemac Transportation • Raleigh Road Outdoor Theatre Ransom, Kirby, DMD,PA • RBC Bank • RE/MAX Carriage Realty • Recovery Innovations of North Carolina, Inc. • Revlon • Ribeyes Steakhouse • RiceWrap Mfg., LLC • Richardson, Arline • Rick Edwards Electric • RK & B Plumbing • ROBCO Manufacturing

• Robert B. Lloyd Plumbing, Inc. • Rogers Group, Inc. • Rose Gin & Supply Co. • Rose Oil Company Rosemart, Inc. • Rosemyr Corporation/AA Self Storage Rotary Club of Henderson • Rural Health Group at Henderson • S.T. Wooten Corporation • Sachs Woodcrafts L.L.C. • Saint Augustine’s College Salare, Inc. • Salvation Army, The • Sams Furniture & Sams Furniture 2 • Sanford Milling Company • Satterwhite Chiropractic • Satterwhite Point Marina, Inc. • SBC Painting Schewels Furniture Company, Inc. • School of Graphic Arts • Schriver, Michael • Scottish Inns • Screen Master Sears • Servpro of Franklin, Vance & Granville Counties • Shortcakes Embroidery/ Screen Printing • Skateeum, The • Skipper Forsyth’s Bar-B-Q • Smile Studio of Henderson • Smithfield’s Chicken ‘N Bar-B-Q • So-ul Delicious • Southern Chainsaw & Mower Parts • Southern Laundry and Dry Cleaners Southern Vance High School • Southside Office Supply • St. John’s Episcopal Church • Staffmark • Stainback, Satterwhite, Burnette & Zollicoffer, PLLC • Staples • State Employees Credit Union • Sterling Park Apartments • Stuf-It-Storage and Rentals • Success & Beyond Global Enterprises, LLC • SunTrust • Supply Line Country Market • Sylvan Learning Center of Henderson • Tabet, Munther S., MD, PA Taco Bell • Tarheel Publishing Tarheel Woodcrafters, Inc. • TARMAC Educational Services • Team National/ Mona.vie • The Bullpen Sports Bar & Grill • The Guest House At Burnside Plantation • The Master’s Touch Hair Salon • The Teacher Store • Thirty-One Gifts

• Thompson’s Landscaping and Lawn Care/ Plume Ridge Nursery • Tidal Wave Car Wash • Time Warner Cable • Toyota/ Scion of Henderson • Tri-County Power Equipment • Trilake Granite & Stone, Inc. • Tucker, Dr. Beverly • Tutor Doctor • U.S. Cellular Union Bank & Trust Company • United Home Care, Inc. • United Way of Vance County/Volunteer Center Vance Athletic Supply Co., Inc. dba Sportrax • Vance Charter School • Vance Construction Company Vance County • Vance County Arts Council Vance County Community Foundation Vance County Early College High School • Vance County Farm Bureau, Inc. • Vance County Habitat for Humanity • Vance County Public School Foundation Vance County Schools Vance County Tourism TDA Vance Family Medicine • Vance Furniture Company • Vance Granville Home Builders Association Vance-Granville Business Network • Vance-Granville Community College Variety Wholesalers, Inc. • Verallia North America • Vescom America, Inc. • Vulcan Materials • W. W. Properties • Wake Electric Membership Corporation • Walmart DC 6091 • Walmart Store 2256 Waste Industries, Inc. • West Hills Veterinary Centre • Wester Realty & Insurance Agency, Inc. Wester, M. W., III, DDS Western Vance High School • Wheeler, Ted dba Ted’s Service Company • Whitco Termite & Pest Control • White’s Utility Buildings William D. Hoyle, CPA, PLLC • William L. Stark and Company • Wimpy’s WIZS Radio • Woodruff Trucking, Moving & Storage, Inc. Wooten, William S. DDS, PA • Wray, Michael, N.C. Rep. • Wright, Danny W., CPA, PLLC • Yancey Hines Special Events Photography • Yarny and Sassy Zeb Vance Elementary School • — denotes 110% members


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