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Connie Gibson Hedden and Michael Denton Hodgins cordially invite friends to the exchanging of their wedding vows on June 1, at The Snow Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast, located in Cowee Valley, in Franklin, 2 pm.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Jerry C. Gibson and Mary Sue (Sprinkle) Tedder of Franklin, and the granddaughter of the late Carroll and Ruby (Cloer) Gibson and the late John L. and Anna (Candler) Sprinkle, of Franklin. She has one son, Hayden Price, of the home. She is employed with Southwestern Community College, as a Cosmetologist Instructor.

The groom-elect is the son of Wille and lotla (Sitton) Hodgins of Franklin, and is the grandson of the late Ed and Arlee (Tallent) Hodgins of Franklin, and the late Richard and Suddie (Brendle) of Webster, N.C. He has one son, Cameron Hodgins, of the home. He is employed at Franklin Body Shop in Franklin.

All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. A reception will follow.

North Carolina Creative Autistic Living and Learning, Inc. (NCCALL, Inc.) made an Earth Day donation to Macon Citizens Habilities (MCH) of Franklin, in recognition of their service to persons living with Autism.

MCH has plans to start a greenhouse program for their clients to grow and market organic herbs.

NCCALL, Inc. is pleased to contribute to this green program which will enable clients to experience the process of cultivation in a healthful, happy environment.




Franklin High School held its annual Junior-Senior Prom this past Saturday at the FHS gym. The theme was “Medieval Knights.”

DJ Tony Curtis provided the tunes for dancing.

Prom goers dressed up in their finery and posed for pictures at various venues around town including area restaurants and the clock tower on the square.

more photos and a full photo gallery after the jump!


Members of the Macon County Horse Association (MCHA) gathered at the Macon County Fairgrounds to show off their horses and their handling and riding skills.

Participants of all ages were allowed to compete, with children 13 and under considered to be in the Junior class.

Participants ages 14 and older were in the Open class. MCHA members compete for show points for end of the year awards.


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