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County Manager Jack Horton has announced that Lori Hall has been selected as the new finance director for Macon County. Hall replaces Evelyn Southard, long time county finance director who retired at the end of October.

Hall assumed her duties with Macon County Monday, Oct. 31. Hall was selected from among some two dozen applicants for the job according to Horton. “The selection process has been extremely thorough and time consuming,” stated Horton, “but necessary due to the tremendous responsibility this vital position carries for Macon County.”

Before accepting the position with Macon County, Hall had served as finance director for the City of Kings Mountain beginning in 1996. Prior to that appointment, she worked as a clerk in accounting and collections for the city.

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Dr. Nathan L. Brenner (R) of Franklin Family Dentistry was recently recognized by Larry Stenger and the Franklin Daybreak Rotary club for his humanitarian donation of dental equipment to help children in developing countries.

Rotary is a world wide professional organization in 200 countries with more than 1.2 million members whose mission is to provide fellowship and humanitarian services to both local and global communities.

The Franklin Daybreak Rotary Club meets every Tuesday morning at 7:30 a.m. at Angel Medical Center for breakfast.

 

 

Sloan McDowell (L), a senior at Franklin High School was selected as the Rotary Club of Franklin's October student of the month.

McDowell receives recognition from Rotary Club of Franklin member Gary Shields at a recent Rotary Club of Franklin Meeting.

McDowell earned the honor for her academic achievements and she is also president of the FHS Interact Club.

For the eighth year in a row, the Angel Medical Center Auxiliary has received the coveted Five Star Award from the North Carolina Hospital Volunteers, which is the highest award available for N.C. Hospital Volunteer organizations.

The auxiliary, 160 members strong, contributed well over 30,000 hours to Angel Medical Center last year, representing an economic benefit in excess of $300,000.

The volunteers also enhance patient comfort and safety with generous donations of the money they raise through the Angel Touch Gift Shop, Angel Thrift Shop, bake sales, craft shows, uniform sales, and jewelry sales.

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