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Campsite renovations at Henderson Point complete Campers familiar with the Henderson Point campground at the Kerr Lake State Recreation area will find some new additions and improvements greeting them this Memorial Day weekend. The campground opened 53 newly renovated sites this week that replace previously eroded and worn-out sites, said Bryce Fleming, superintendent of the park. Area 1 includes 31 campsites that are nonelectric, and 15 of those sites are now defined by timbered borders and have graveled drives and pads. Two of the sites are duplex sites that can accommodate more than one group. Two of the sites are also handicapped accessible and include a concrete pad. Fourteen sites are located in low-lying areas, sandy areas that flood frequently, so no timbers were installed around the borders of those sites, Fleming said. But those campsites do have new fire rings, lantern hooks and picnic tables. “We’ve tried to take into account the size of the camping equipment people are using now,” says Bryce Fleming, superintendent of the Henderson Point campground at the Kerr lake State Recreation area. With larger recreational vehicles and camping trailers, more room is needed to access the campsites and longer driveways have been added.
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Area 1 also has a new shower house that replaces a 40-year old facility that was not handicap accessible. The 800-square-foot facility includes a solar hot water heater to reduce energy costs, Fleming said. Improvements have also been made to the wells that provide water for the campground and shower facilities. Some roads in the campground area have also been relocated to provide better access. Area 2 campsites are all electric. Sites 35-55 have not changed. Sites 56-75, H-4 and H-5 are the remodeled sites. The sites now have 50-amp electric service, timbered borders, fire rings and lantern hooks like the other Area 2 campsites. Two sites are handicap accessible with concrete pads and two of the sites are duplex sites, providing space for two groups of campers. “We’ve tried to take into account the size of the camping equipment people are using now,” said Fleming. With larger recreational vehicles and camping trailers, more room is needed to access the campsites and longer driveways have been added. Most of the sites in Area 2 have steps leading down from the driveway area to the tent pad because of the natural grade of the terrain, he added. “While the renovated campsites in both areas are in roughly the same locations as before, the site numbers have changed slightly,” said Fleming. Campers can go to www. ncparks.gov/Visit/parks/ kela/main.php to view the updated map of Henderson Point.
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Coast Guard Auxiliary announces ’11 class schedule The Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 09-12 of Kerr Lake and its Clarksville Detachment has released its schedule of public boating safety classes and safety inspection locations for the coming boating season. The following classes are free to the public. Enrollment details can be obtained from the contact persons listed below: • Saturday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. — “About Boating Safely” (required by North Carolina and Virginia law for certain persons). Class will be held at the Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department building, 1008 Virginia Ave.,
Clarksville, Va. (Virginia Avenue is also known as Hwy. 58 Business West). • June 10, 7-9 p.m. — “Suddenly in Command.” What do you do if the person normally in charge of the boat is disabled? Class will be hel at the Clarksville Volunteer Fire Department, 1008 Virginia Ave., Clarksville, Va. • June 25, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — “Suddenly in Command.” Steele Creek Marina, Kerr Lake. A hot dog lunch will be served by members of the Coast Guard Auxiliary’s AuxChef members. • July 23, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. —
“Suddenly in Command.” Satterwhite Point Marina, Kerr Lake. A hot dog lunch will be served by members of the Coast Guard Auxiliary’s AuxChef members. • Oct. 1, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. — “About Boating Safely” American Legion Post 60 Building, Garnett St., Henderson. The Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 09-12 will also conduct free vessel safety inspections at the following locations. All stations will operate form 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. North Carolina side of Kerr Lake • June 11, Nutbush Park
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N.C. State Parks announces mobile phone application for park visitors A free mobile phone application with comprehensive information about North Carolina’s state parks, including the Kerr Lake State Recreation Area, has been introduced by the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation in partnership with Friends of State Parks and ParksByNature Network, a developer of mobile, interactive networks. The downloadable Pocket Ranger Mobile Tour Guide
for Apple iPod and iPhone and Adroid smartphones allows visitors to plan and explore state parks with details readily at hand about park locations, trails, facilities, reservations, events and special news alerts. In addition, an upgraded “pro” version for iPod and iPhone offers GPS-aided, state-of-the-art navigation of state parks, storage of detailed topographic maps
Once downloaded, the quick-search information in the Park Ranger Mobile Tour Guide is accessible to smartphone users even when cellphone service is unavailable.
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and enhanced interactive features. A similar upgraded version for Android users is in development. A substantial portion of the annual subscription price for the upgraded versions will go to benefit the nonprofit Friends of State Parks. “This mobile application fits our commitment to broaden the visitor experience in our 41 state parks and state recreation areas, and it captures the diversity and excitement of outdoor recreation in North Carolina,” said Lewis Ledford, state parks director. “The
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their state park experiences and photos in real time. With the “pro” version and smart phone GPS technology, visitors can record hikes and mark way points, track plant and animal species, download maps and store them offline, keep track of friends and family members within a state park and send personal “alerts” to select contacts. A highlight is the ability to
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toward efforts to protect our natural resources.” The Pocket Ranger Mobile Tour Guide can be downloaded from the iTunes Store and Android’s Market – by searching N.C. State Parks or N.C. Pocket Ranger – or directly at officialstateparkapps.com. A YouTube tutorial is also available at www.youtube. com/user/PocketRangerApp.
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Nutbush Bridge campground soon to have new boat ramp A new boat ramp is finally under construction at the Nutbush Bridge campground area after many years of planning. The ramp is being constructed on the north side of the recreation area and will access the main part of Kerr Lake. Slated for completion in late August, the ramp will include four launch lanes with two courtesy docks, said Bryce Fleming, superintendent of the Kerr Lake Recreation Area. “Each of the launch lanes will also have its own dock.” The site near the ramp will include 100 paved parking places for vehicles and trailers, along
with 40 gravel overflow parking places. The existing ramp at the Nutbush Bridge location has only one launch lane with 25 parking spaces, said Fleming. “It’s a real safety hazard with just one lunch lane and that many vehicles trying to access that location.” The new ramp will also feature a new restroom area with flush toilets. “All we have at that location right now is a portable toilet. A special event area featuring its own dock and a large gravel lot that can accommodate special event tents and displays will also be constructed as part of the
boat ramp expansion. “The special event area will be especially useful when we have fishing tournaments and other large events that draw in a number of people,” said Fleming. The height of the new boat ramp will also make it usable even when the lake levels are high, Fleming said. “The top elevation will be 310 feet above sea level. A number of the ramps we have now are at 306 feet above sea level. Except for those rare times when we have extremely high or low lake levels, we should be able to better serve the public with this ramp.”
Getting your boat out onto the lake should not be a hassle. By the end of this summer, the construction planned for the Nutbush Bridge campground area will make this task much more convenient for visitors to Kerr Lake.
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3/20 Ministries to sponsor Lake Splash ’11 Lake Splash ‘11, a free community event sponsored by 3/20 Ministries, will be held Saturday from 4-8 p.m. at Camp Kerr Lake, 3111 Flemingtown Road. 3/20 Ministries is based in Durham and uses water sports as a tool for sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. In addition to sponsoring the Lake Splash event each year, the ministry also offers water sport camps throughout the year at Kerr Lake for interested groups. Saturday’s event will feature a concert by guest artist Humble Tip from
Lynchburg, Va. The event will also feature a 75-foot water slide, games, great music and swimming. Entry to Lake Splash is free but food will be available for purchase to help fund the day. Items for sale will include hotdogs, hamburgers, snow cones, funnel cakes, popcorn and soft drinks (no coolers please). Food wristbands will be available for $5. Each wristband will provide five punches and most food items will be one punch. For more information on the event, call 3/20 Ministries at (919) 621-2035.
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Repellents A first try at keeping wasps and bees away from outdoor living spaces should involve some sort of natural repellent. Many insects are put off by certain smells. You can try citronella. Some people swear by baby powder, and dust it on themselves and other areas of the garden. One of the more effective repellents are mock wasp nests. Because these insects are territorial and will often fight to the death, they won’t build a nest too close to another wasp nest. Using a fake nest can deter wasps
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Traps For those who have found that repellents simply aren’t making a dent in the buzzing population, traps are the next option to try. It’s possible to make all-natural traps that don’t require harsh chemicals. One of the most common traps can be made simply from an empty soda bottle. Cut off the top of the bottle so that it is in two parts — the round reservoir and the pouring spout. Fill the reservoir with water and a little dish liquid. Tie the bait to the bottom of the spout and invert the top of the bottle so that it
forms a funnel into which the wasps will fly. Coat the entrance of the funnel with a little cooking oil or petroleum jelly so the wasp will slide into the opening. The wasp will investigate the bait and eventually tire of flying around inside of the bottle. The soapy water will be there to trap the wasp once it has fallen, and ensure that plain water tension will not suspend the wasp and prevent drowning. If these types of traps are placed out early enough, an individual can sometimes trap the queen and cause the nest to be built elsewhere. Some tips include frequently changPLEASE SEE INSECTS, PAGE 10
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FROM PAGE NINE ing the bait and burying the deceased wasps so they cannot warn their friends of the danger
through olfactory warnings. Different baits work better at different times of the year. In the spring, try hamburger meat. In the summer, sweet sources of food, such as crushed grapes, will work. There also are commer-
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Sprays Some people say that vinegar works to repel honeybees but can attract wasps.
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CALENDAR Here’s a listing of upcoming events happening this spring and summer in the Tri-County area: • May 28: N.C. Community Band will present a Memorial Day Concert at 7:15 p.m. at the Raleigh Road Outdoor Theater in Henderson. Contact: Michael Stephenson, (252) 738-3346, for more information. • June 4: Relay for Life Triathlon, Bullocksville Park, Kerr Lake. Sponsored by Vance County Relay for Life. Contact Pam Norwood at (252) 492-8047. • June 5: Dukes Children’s Hospital Charity Bike Ride. Registration at Brewers Cycles, Inc. Contact Chris Brewer at (252) 4928553 for more information. • June 14: 13th annual Henderson/Vance Chamber
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Challenge Gold Tournament at Kerr Lake Country Club. For more information, contact Sylvia Edwards, (252) 438-8414. • June 17: Free Movie Night in downtown Henderson. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a free movie under the stars on the grounds of the H. Leslie Perry Memorial Library on Breckenridge Street. For more information, call (252) 430-5734. • June 18-19: 54th Governor’s Cup Regatta, Henderson Point, Kerr Lake. For more information, go to www.carolinadsailingclub.org. • June 18: Carolina Sailing Club Championship Series, Henderson Point, Kerr Lake (guest sailors are always welcome). For more
information, go to www. carolinasailingclub.org. • July 2: Independence Day Weekend Celebration and Fireworks, Satterwhite Point, Kerr Lake, 6:30-10 p.m. Entertainment by Eric & Laurie and Hicksboro Station, performing a variety of tunes including country, rock, R&B, oldies and beach music. • July 9-10: Henderson RC Club Annual Fly-in, Old Bearpond Air Field, 1700 Bearpond Road, Henderson. Open to the public. Hosted by the Henderson RC Flying Club. For more information, contact: Charley Johnson, (252) 492-2642 or e-mail CJohnson029@nc.rr.com. • July 14: “Meet Me in the Street” concert featur-
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Calendar ing The Konnection Band, held along Breckenridge Street in downtown Henderson from 5:30-8:30 p.m. • July 14-16: The Henderson Rec Players present “The King & I” at E.M. Rollins Auditorium. For more information, contact Julie Beichner at (252) 431-6091. • July 15: Free Movie Night in downtown Henderson. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a free movie under the stars on the grounds of the H. Leslie Perry Memorial Library on Breckenridge Street. For more information, call (252) 430-5734. • July 17-18: Carolina Sailing Club Championship Series, Henderson
Point, Kerr Lake (guest sailors are always welcome). For more information, go to www.carolinasailingclub.org. • Aug. 19: Free Movie Night in downtown Henderson. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a free movie under the stars on the grounds of the H. Leslie Perry Memorial Library on Breckenridge Street. For more information, call (252) 430-5734. • Aug. 20-21: Carolina Sailing Club Championship Series, Henderson Point, Kerr Lake (guest sailors are always welcome). For more information, go to www.carolinasailingclub.org. • Aug. 26: Vance Coun-
ty Fire & Rescue’s fourth annual National Truck & Tractor Pull at the Vance County Fairgrounds (off U.S. 1 and N.C. 39 South in Henderson). Admissionadults $15, children 6-12 $5, under 5 free. Gates open at 4 p.m. Sanctioned by the United Pullers of the Carolinas and the National Tractor Pullers Association and sponsored by the Vance County Truck & Tractor Pullers Association. Contact: (919) 226-2146 or www.tpull. com. • Sept. 1: Final “Meet Me in the Street” concert. Concert will be held along Breckenridge Street in downtown Henderson from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
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Editor’s note: While we update this listing regularly, it is not possible to check with each restaurant for every publication. If you have a change or information on a new restaurant, call the newsroom at (252) 436-2837. A variety of tastes and styles are available at privately run restaurants and national chains throughout the Tri-County area. Following is a listing of restaurants in Vance, Granville and Warren counties, with a brief description of each.
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Restaurant — 1812 N. Garnett St. 492-8084. Fresh seafood, chicken, barbecue. Children’s plates. Credit cards: VISA and MasterCard. ABC permits: none. Angela’s Grill — 2684 Raleigh Road. Sandwiches on select bread, grilled pork chops, grilled chicken, fish cake, chicken salad, bologna burgers and hamburgers. Bamboo Garden Chinese Restaurant — 1520 Dabney Drive. 4388080. Szechuan, Peking, Hunan, Cantonese cuisine and sushi bar. American cuisine, children’s and dietetic plates available. Daily full-time buffet. Credit cards: All major
credit cards. ABC permits: All. Big Cheese Pizza — Marketplace Shopping Center. 492-4500. Pickup only. Pizza, salads, subs. Chester’s — 1208 E. Andrews Ave. (inside the BP Station), Henderson. 430-6444. Specializes in fried chicken, sandwiches, wraps, potato wedges, vegetables and their famous field corn. Chex Truck Stop & Restaurant — I-85 at Fleming Road, Middleburg. 492-5189, 492-6833. Full menu. Breakfast served 24 hours. Daily breakfast bar 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Dinner 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Credit cards:
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Henderson Family YMCA 380 Ruin Creek Road • Henderson, NC • 252-438-2144
Serving our Community SinCe 1980
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Hours: Friday & Saturday 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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June 13 - July 1 July 11 - July 29 August 1 - August 19 MeMbers: $310/session non-MeMbers: $380
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Tri-County Dining Guide Full menu. Credit cards: none. ABC permits: none. Denny’s — 1524 Dabney Drive. 438-4800. Weekly specials. Credit cards: All major. ABC permits: none George’s Restaurant — 210 N. Garnett St., (252) 492-0090. Open daily serving lunch and dinner: pizza, pasta, subs, chicken, salads and more. Golden Corral Family Steak House — 103 N. Cooper Dr. 438-3660. Breakfast bar Saturday and Sunday. Steaks, seafood, chicken, potato bar, “super bar” of salad, vegetables, desserts. Credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Am. Express. ABC permits: none. Golden Skillet — 444 Dabney Drive, 492-4040. Featuring chicken, barbecue, seafood, sandwiches,
vegetables and desserts. Credit cards: MasterCard/ Visa. Checks accepted. Ichibar Japanese Steakhouse — Marketplace Shopping Center, 901 S. Beckford Drive. Casual. Serving “healthy Japanese food” including fresh-made sushi, plus a variety of appetizers, soups and lunch and dinner entrees, plus a cocktail bar. Dining area accommodates more than 100 guests, with smoking and non-smoking areas. Credit cards: Yes. ABC permits: All. J&J Fish & Chicken — 1202 E. Andrews Ave., (252) 431-0060. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Food and drink specials, senior specials. Eat in or take out. Jessica Charles Please see DINING GUIDE, page 14
SunSet Lane PLum nuttY ROaD WateRFROnt! GOOD VIeW On LaRGe BODY OF WateR. muSt See!! Great Lake view from sunroom, screened Well maintained, 3 BR/2 1/2 BA, 2 car garage. Fenced Yard, porch & MBR 3 BR/2BA. 2 car garage & work shop, 3 car Aluminum boat dock. $475,000. carport. Boat Dock Permit, Deep water. $279,000.
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MasterCard, VISA. ABC permits: none. China King — 383 Raleigh Road. 433-8088. Featuring Hunan, Szechuan and Cantonese-style dishes; dine in or carry out. Lunch buffet 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Credit cards accepted. ABC permits: none. China Kitchen — 511 E. Andrews Ave. 492-4150. Featuring Mandarin, Hunan and Szechuan-style cooking. American dishes available. Credit cards: none. ABC permits: none. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store — 1002 Ruin Creek Road, 431-9111. Country cooking. Breakfast available all day. Credit cards: All major. Dabney Drive Restaurant — 946-G W. Andrews Ave. 438-5643.
LOt 45 SOmeRSet PLantatIOn: 3 BR, 2 BA screened porch, slip in community dock. Gated Community. $279,900.
LOt 35 LakeShOReS PLantatIOn: 3/ BDRM, 2 BA Cottage in Community with GAted entrance. Slip in Community Boat Dock, Graveled Golf Cart Path to Dock $219,900.
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LOt 11 LakeShOReS PLantatIOn: New Gated Community. New Modular 3 BR/2BA, 1707 Sq. Ft., Private Dock Permit or Slip in Community Dock. Golf Cart Path to Docks. $239,900.
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LOt 35 SOmeRSet PLantatIOn: A “WOW” Lot. Just a Stones throw from water & 180 degree view. A RARE find on Beautiful Kerr Lake. Only $324,900
from $69,900, to $99,000 w/Slip in Community Boat Dock. Available Lots at Somerset Plantation
from $84,000 to $135,000. (Some join Lake Property.) All have Slip in Communty Boat Dock.
Available WATERFRONT Lots @ Somerset Plantation from $220,900-$324,900. Each Lot has Private Boat Dock Permit with either Buoy or Boat dock in Place.
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Tri-County Dining Guide Restaurant — 200 S. Garnett St., Henderson, 4300069. Specializes in items from the grill, sandwiches and a variety of salads, with separate items for children ages 12 and under. The restaurant also offers wine, beer and mixed drinks. Lam’s Garden — Henderson Marketplace. 430-1711. Specializing in Cantonese, Szechuan and Hunan. Credit cards: none. ABC permits: none. Mayflower Seafood Restaurant and Oyster Bar — 201 N. Cooper Dr., 738-2393. Specializing in Seafood, including Greek & Italian specialties. Full bar. Oysters on the half-shell. Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant — 1601 Ruin Creek Road, 438-6062. Authentic Mexican cuisine.
Dine-in, Take-out. Credit cards: Visa, MC. Middleburg Steak House — U.S. 1 North & I-85 at Middleburg, Exit 220. 492-7088. Steaks, seafood, salad bar. ABC permits: Beer and wine; setups available. Credit cards: MasterCard, VISA. Nunnery-Freeman Barbecue — Norlina Road. 438-4751. Dinner plates featuring barbecue pork, fried chicken, seafood, Brunswick stew. Credit cards: none. The Olde Place — N.C. 39 (Townsville Road). 4384770. Featuring seafood, steak beef ribs, chicken, sandwiches and a vegetable bar loaded with fresh, home-cooked vegetables. Banquet facilities and party planning services. Reservations recommended. Credit
cards: None. Permits: Beer. Pino’s Italian Restaurant — 901 S. Beckford Drive (Marketplace) 438-1341. Homemade pizza, subs, salads, pastas. Chef’s daily specials. Credit cards: All (includes check cards). ABC permits: Beer and wine. Pizza Hut — 160 North Cooper Drive 433-6040. Pizzas, pasta dishes, salad bar, sandwiches. Lunch buffet. Credit cards: All major cards. ABC permits: beer. Pizza Inn — 1250 Coble Blvd. 492-2144. Pizzas, pasta dishes, salad bar, sandwiches. Credit cards: All except Discover. ABC permits: Beer. Smithfield’s Chicken and BBQ — 100 Exchange St. (Dabney Exchange); 4923655. Barbecue, fried chicken and seafood.
Skipper’s/Forsyth’s BarB-Q — Norlina Road. 4385228. Dinner plates featuring chicken, pork, barbecue, Brunswick stew, fish. pork, barbecue, Brunswick stew, fish. Daily specials. Credit cards: VISA, MasterCard. Ruby Tuesday — 101 Exchange St. (Dabney Exchange); 492-6243. Menu includes steaks, pasta, chicken, burgers, SmartEating choices. Permits: All. Soul Delicious — 1502 Raleigh Road. Regular menu includes soul food and home-cooking (meat loaf, cube steak, ribs, pork chops, chitterlings, pig’s feet, home-style vegetables and desserts). Cooks and staff are volunteers; all profits support the ministries of the Rock of Prayer and Deliverance Church.
Time-Out Sports Pub & Cafe — Parham Road at I-85. 492-1126. Northernstyle menu. Appetizers, sandwiches, salads. Credit cards: All major cards. ABC permits: All. Village Kitchen — 919 S. Beckford Drive, Henderson. (252) 738-9998/9999. Wide assortment of Chinese dishes, from egg rolls to shrimp with lobster sauce, from wonton soup to Mongolian beef. For the less internationally minded, sandwiches and burgers are available.. Waffle House — 1135 Ruin Creek Road; 4319102, and W. Andrews Ave. (Crossroads Shopping Center). Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open daily. Wimpy’s — 419 Raleigh Road Henderson. 430-1766.
Specializing in char-grilled burgers and fries, in addition to home-cooking. Fast-food restaurants: Arby’s — 403 Raleigh Road (adjacent to Dabney Shopping Center); Bojangles (two locations) — 1518 Dabney Drive and Cardinal Shopping Center, 1425 E. Andrews Avenue; Burger King (three locations) — 1817 N. Garnett St., 391 Raleigh Road, 565 Ruin Creek Road; Chick-fil-A, 200 Trade Street (in Dabney Exchange); Moghadass Subway Inc. — 1520 Dabney Dr.; Subway — 1417 E. Andrews Ave. and 1400 N. Garnett St.; Hardee’s — Dabney Drive; Kentucky Fried Chicken (two locations) — 130 Raleigh Road, 1553 Dabney
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Kerr Lake, Lake Gaston, Lake Royale, North Carolina and Virginia
KERR LAKE HOME w/VIEW
UNBELIEVABLE PRICE for water front on Kerr Lake. View of cove from the screened Mostly furnished, view of cove, 3 BRs, 2 porch, dock on point with great water and gorgeous view, peaceful wooded lot gently slop- baths, great retreat! $179,900. ing to the water just bring your fishing poles and lake toys! $169,900.
lake view w/dock in place, screen porch plus deck area, spacious family room w/pine panelling,kitchen w/serving counter, lots of cabinets, major appliances, 2 large BRs, 2 baths, laundry room, $275,000
Open to the water, dock in place, lots of decking, 3 BRs, 3 baths. $289,900.
private 2 plUS acreS, waterfront home w/dock in place, open floor plan, greatroom w/FP, 3 BRs, 2 baths, $279,900.
1004 Dabney Drive 431-6250
Majestic view, spacious home, private boathouse w/lift, community amenities. $549,000.
Own to the water, 4 BRs, 2 bath home, sunroom, 2 family areas. $399,000.
“Waterfront and off water lots”
aGent on Site SatUrDay & SUnDay 1 to 5 pm
Pool Rock Shores
Pool Rock Plantation
3 waterfront lots Dock slip included $89,000 EACH
1.66 and 1.335 acre lots Buoys available $189,900 EACH Owner financing County Line Park area
Waterfront with view and buoy $225,000 No restrictions
1.24 acres w/buoy $99,900 County Line Park area
3 off water lots $49,000 EACH Dock slip included
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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2011
TRI-COUNTY DINING GUIDE
Drive; McDonald’s (three locations) — 1695 Dabney Drive, inside Walmart on Cooper Drive, and at the Cardinal Shopping Center, U.S. 1 at the N.C. 39 exit; Sunrise Biscuit Co. — 333 N. Garnett St.; Taco Bell, 1737 Dabney Dr.; Carver’s Family Restaurants (two locations) — 1620 N. Garnett St. and Raleigh Road; Wendy’s — 1516 Dabney Dr.; Biddie’s Grill (home of Jerry’s Hot Dogs) — 1155 E. Andrews Ave., 438-7172. Delivery services: Domino’s Pizza — 119 Raleigh Road, 438-2727; Papa John’s Pizza – 1526 Dabney Dr., 431-1999; Pizza Hut, 433-6040.
Oxford/ Granville County
96 Buffet — 913 Linden Ave. (N.C. 96) (919) 6030486. Located inside the Regency Inn. Mazatlan of Oxford — 705 Lewis St. (919) 603-
0001. Authentic Mexican cuisine. Milano’s — 127 Williamsboro St.; (919) 6936444; Pizza, Italian entrees. House of Ribeyes — 102 Roxboro Road Oxford; (919) 693-9282. Menu includes steak, seafood and chicken. Nightly specials. Credit: Visa, MasterCard. Permits; beer and wine. George’s Oxford Village Family Restaurant — I-85, Exit 202 and 204 (104 Industry Dr.) (919) 603-3760. Pizza, subs, pasta and salad. Zerdo’s Family Restaurant — 5593 Tabbs Creek Road; (919) 603-6175 (location of former Tony’s Restaurant). Menu includes Middle Eastern cuisine, subs, pizza, pasta, steaks, sandwiches, soup and salad bar. Open daily. Indoor and outdoor dining. Pizza Hut — 907 Linden Avenue, Oxford. 693-4696. Pizzas, pasta, salad bar, sandwiches. No checks accepted. Credit
cards: VISA, Master Card, American Express. ABC permits: Beer. Rumors Bar & Grill — 130 Main St.; 693-5300; pizza, burgers, specialty wings. Fast-food restaurants: Burger King — 825 Linden Ave; China Wok — 412 Granville Corners. 6908501; 15 North Take-out — 935 College St.; Hardee’s — 220 Hillsboro St.; Kentucky Fried Chicken — 527 E. Industry Dr.; McDonald’s — Granville Corners Shopping Center; Subway — 913 Linden Ave.; Sunrise Biscuits — 128 Williamsboro St.; Taco Bell — 525 E. Industry Dr.; Wendy’s — 900 Linden Ave. Delivery services: Domino’s Pizza — 125 Broad St. 693-8001.
Warrenton/ Warren County Midway Cafe and
Grill — 195 U.S. 158 Business, Warrenton. 2571180. Featuring homestyle meals and homemade desserts. Credit cards: none. ABC permits: none. Clem’s Place — U.S. 1 South, Norlina. 456-2407. Dinner plates featuring barbecue, fried chicken, seafood, Brunswick stew. Made-from-scratch desserts. Credit cards: none. ABC permits: None. Milano’s Pizza — Main St. Warrenton. 257-5800. Pizza, subs and a variety of Italian food. Credit cards accepted. ABC Permits: none. Newt’s Grill — 112 Madison St., Warrenton. 257-0663. The Hardware Cafe — 106 S. Main St. Warrenton. 257-2779. Southern City Grille & Restaurant — 137 S. Main St., Warrenton. 257-1306. Open daily. Full menu featuring breakfast,
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home-cooked meals, vegetables, daily specials. Credit cards accepted. Whistle Stop Café — 123 Hyco St., Norlina. (252) 456-0855. Open Monday through Friday for lunch and dinner.
Fast-food restaurants: The Burger Barn — E. Macon St., Warrenton; Hardee’s — U.S. 158; Subway — E. Macon St., Warrenton; Burger King, 117 U.S. 158, Norlina.
Williamson’s Country store & Grill 9023 US Hwy 15 Bullock, NC
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Published on May 27, 2011