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

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Franklin's first baby of the year Riley Irene Wood was born on Jan. 2, 2013, at 4:40 a.m., at Angel Medical Center.

She weighed in at 6 lbs., 14 oz., and is 18 3/4 inches long.

Her parents are Sterling Whorton and Duran Wood both of Franklin. 

Grandmother Glenda Kelly is also pictured.

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Following a potluck luncheon at its annual Christmas Party, the Franklin Garden Club announced its officers for next year. From left to right, Jeanne Vaughters – President; Nancy Taro – Past-President; Nancy Wiley – Vice-President; Susan Simmons – Secretary; and Barbara Hazazer – Treasurer.

Afterwards, the Carolines entertained with a selection of Christmas carols and, in lieu of exchanging gifts, the members of the garden club made donations to the Macon County Care Network.

The Franklin Young professionals recently donated $100 toward REACH of Macon County’s Holiday Program. REACH of Macon County is a local Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault 501(c)3 non-profit working in Macon and Jackson County to eradicate Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. The holiday program provides Christmas gifts and food to clients and their children. Recipients of this program do not receive holiday assistance from any other agency. On average REACH adopts out approximately 17 families; however, with the addition of Jackson County these numbers are much higher.

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The Macon County affiliate of Habitat for Humanity (HFH) International is now Habitat for Humanity Macon/Jackson. At the request of HFH International, the Macon County affiliate has assumed responsibility for restoring operations in Jackson County. Full transfer of the Jackson County assets and responsibilities occurred on Oct. 5.

In restoring Habitat operations in Jackson County, the merged organization has taken responsibility for the seven Habitat houses that were built there. “We’re using the same business model that was developed by International in that Habitat Macon/Jackson holds the mortgage for the homes and the mortgage payments from current homeowners feed into a revolving fund that allows us to build more homes” said Rick Westerman, executive director of the new organization.

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