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Habitat for Humanity Macon/Jackson County had its second annual Cabin Fever fundraiser at the Rathskeller Coffee Haus & Pub in Franklin on Feb. 22.

An estimated 125 supporters crowded into the Rathskeller for an evening of fun, food, prizes and companionship.

“We were very pleased with the turnout for this event,” said Rick Westerman, executive director. “The community support we get for our mission is very gratifying and we hope that events such as this help to get our message out to more and more folks in the area while providing a fun evening out in the middle of winter.”

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Margaret Perry, president of the Macon County Democratic Women (L) recently presented the quilt “North Carolina Beauty” to the raffle winner Ken Ring and his wife, Chris.

The quilt was made by world renowned quilter Frances Benton and donated by Margaret Ramsey to be raffled off by the Macon County Democratic Women.

Diana Wang and John Robert Wells were married Saturday, Jan. 19, at Elysian Park in Los Angeles, Calif. Rev. Jeremy Weese performed the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Emily Hsu and the late Stanley Wang of Garden Grove, Calif. The groom is the son of Faye Lear Wells and John D. Wells Jr. of Franklin, N.C. He is the grandson of the late Nettie Mae Stanfield Lear, Robert A. Lear, Olatta Baldwin Wells, and John D. Wells Sr.

Presented in marriage by her brother, Stephen Wang, the bride was attended by her childhood friend, Talene Lee Burrell as matron of honor. Christopher Ambridge of Washington, DC was the best man.

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Franklin firefighters will be equipped to save a pet’s life in the event of smoke inhalation during a house fire. Invisible Fence® Brand is donating pet oxygen masks to Franklin Fire and Rescue.

This donation is a part of Project Breathe, which was established with the goal of equipping every fire station in America and Canada with pet oxygen masks. These masks allow firefighters to give oxygen to pets who are suffering from smoke inhalation when they are rescued from fires. The masks often save pets’ lives.

Invisible Fence has donated more than 1,290 masks to more than 430 fire stations in the Carolinas. The company started donating pet oxygen masks in the Carolinas in 2008. Nationally, Invisible Fence has donated more than 10,000 pet oxygen masks to fire stations all over the U.S. and Canada throughout the life of the program. A reported 70-plus pets have been saved by the donated masks so far.

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