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Club members help out with ‘A Case for Smiles.’

Deb Heatherly moved to North Carolina in 2002 and three years later, opened Deb's Cats N’ Quilts on East Main Street in Franklin. After a short stay in that location, she moved her shop to West Palmer Street where it can be found today.

The building that the shop resides in was originally Franklin's first Buick dealership back in the 1940s.

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Robert and Edith Belding, married in Oceanside, N.Y., on Feb. 7, 1948, are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary. They resided in Hyde Park, N.Y. for 32 years and retired to Franklin, N.C. in 1986. They are both World War II veterans.

Mr. Belding served in the Navy and Mrs. Belding served in the Marines. Mr. Belding was the president of the Nantahala Hiking Club for two years and the director of the Franklin Consort for 25 years.

They have two children, Dianna Gilbert of Franklin, Jeff Belding of Albany, N.Y. and four grandchildren.

Rotary Club of Franklin Kid's Place Club Champion John Henning (L) presents Alisa Ashe (R) of Kid's Place a check for $2000 from the Rotary Club of Franklin.

The club alone, was able to generate $1500 to support Kid's Place from member contributions.

 

 

James A. Wilt, 2012 graduate of Franklin High School, graduated from the United States Marine Corps basic training at Parris Island, S.C. on Jan. 22.

Wilt entered the service in May 2012.

Wilt is the son of Sadie Lavada Rowe of Franklin and Edward Lewis Wilt of N. Charleston, S.C.

 

 

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