61st Annual Macon County Fair :: September 17-20 @ Wayne Proffitt Agricultural Center - 441 South, Franklin, NC

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Ricky and Cecilia Teem of Franklin announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Nicole Teem to Shawn Michael Farrell, son of Michael and Charlene Farrell of Fletcher.

The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Rosa Lee Hopkins and the late Ralph Hopkins and the late George and Pearl Teem. She is currently employed with Lowe’s of Sylva as a kitchen designer.

The groom-elect is currently employed by Lowe’s of Waynesville as assistant store manager.

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Angel Medical Center recognizes Chris Watts for his contributions to the community.

Fatz Café has donated time, talent, and more to helping AMC raise funds for the Breast Health Center and for Cardiac Rehab Gap Services by having two pancake breakfasts at the restaurant. Fatz Café has also become a recent corporate sponsor for the Ladies Night Out Program.

LNO is a collaborative program with AMC and Macon County Public Health Dept to provide a monthly educational program for the women of Macon County.

 

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Macon Early College students Gaitry Aruwani and Emily Ritter, have been accepted to attend the 2011 Future Leaders in Healthcare Conference at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, in Pembroke, NC later this month.

The conference is for North Carolina high school students that have demonstrated interest in healthcare as a future career. Through educational workshops, and discussions, the conference provides students with an extraordinary opportunity to be exposed to college life, higher learning opportunities, decision making skills, college resources, and tools for personal growth. The greatest emphasis will be placed on addressing cutting edge and pressing healthcare issues.

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Members of the Macon County TRU Clubs at MVI, MMS and FHS are thanking their mothers for keeping them from smoking, and for protecting them from secondhand smoke.

For many youth, Mother’s Day means taking mom out to breakfast, giving her a gift, or just saying thanks. This year some NC youth are celebrating by pledging to give moms who currently smoke the kind of loving support, encouragement and information that could help them to be tobacco- free by Mother’s Day next year.

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