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Partnering with many organizations through the Short Stacks For Big Change fundraiser program, FATZ® announces it has raised more than $1,000,000 to benefit local communities across North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. FATZ® introduced the idea of Short Stacks for Big Change in 2009 with the specific purpose of making a difference and helping the local community grow where each of its 49 restaurants are located.

Early on Saturday mornings, Operating Partners and FATZ® employees open their restaurant hours before their scheduled shift to flip pancakes with volunteers from various local organizations, transforming FATZ® into a hot spot for hotcakes.

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Emily’s Elves to the Franklin business community with a ribbon cutting celebration. Emily’s Elves has expanded their services to the Franklin area from their established location in Hayesville.

Emily’s Elves delivers high quality services to the Franklin community through its four divisions. Senior Elves Care and Concierge Services provide affordable in-home senior care services, relief care for permanent caregivers, after-surgery care when needed, grocery shopping, errand-running, or any companion services needed. 24-hour care is available.

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce welcomes The Motor Company Grill to its membership recently with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Located at 86 W Main Street, the Motor Company Grill continues to offer a blast from the past with their ’50s style diner. Owners Bill Stike and Peter Apostolu welcome you to drop by any day for lunch or dinner where the menu features appetizers, salads, sandwiches, burgers and hotdogs, soups, entrees and desserts from the old fashioned soda fountain. The Motor Company Grill is open Monday through Thursday 11am – 8pm; Friday and Saturday 11am – 9pm; Sunday from 11am – 4pm. Be sure to watch for winter hours.

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The Franklin Main Street Program welcomed another new business to the district with a special “Red Carpet” event on Thursday, Oct. 13. Kimberly and Kevin Baldwin, owners of Appalachian Harvest were welcomed to the Main Street District by members of town government, downtown business owners, board members of the Main Street Program along with family and friends.

Appalachian Harvest specializes in preserves, jams, jellies and pickled items. If you enjoy good home canned goodness, you’ll love the products from Appalachian Harvest. Everything is made from scratch, using nothing but the best of ingredients. Appalachian Harvest is family owned and operated and uses recipes that have been passed down through the generations.

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