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Performing art will be one of the art forms

celebrated in Fuquay-Varina Friday evening.

Art After Dark

puts local artists

in spotlight

If you are looking for a night out with art, music,

creativity, and fun for all, you need to look no further

than downtown Fuquay-Varina. On Friday, Oct.

14 from 5-9 p.m., and on the second Friday of every

month to follow, you can find the downtown streets

alive with “Art after Dark,” the art walk that showcases

the arts in its many forms.

The event will take place in and outside of local

businesses on both the Fuquay and Varina side of

town. Each participating business or organization has

created a unique event to showcase the arts in their

space. What results is a potluck of creative shows,

performances, and activities for everyone to enjoy.

Visitors can go downtown and walk around, from one

business to another, to enjoy all that is offered.

The Fuquay-Varina Arts Council, who presents this

event to the town, is pleased to have such a variety of

local artists interested in participating. Some artists

will be showcased at local shops, night spots, or galleries,

while others will be participating in the “Artist

and Crafter’s Market” in Centennial Square. This

month’s events also include a poet/writers’ group in

town launching and reading from their new book “The

Best of the Fuquay-Varina Reading Series” as well as

a Henna Tattoo Artist and even a jewelry and makeup

artist.

And of course, the night just wouldn’t be complete

without some live musical performances for adults

and kids, and inflatables for the kids to play on while

the grown-ups relax and enjoy some music. Add to the

mix a kids’ art show, and you have a family night in the

making. And don’t miss the Silent Art Auction, drum

circle, and jewelry making.

Participating locations will have balloons and red

blinking lights out front, making them easy to spot.

A map including a complete list of events is available

online at www.fuquay-varinaartscouncil.org and at participating

locations downtown.

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Chamber has

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Spotlight on two of seven vying for town board vacancies

Sean Hearn is no stranger to the Fuquay-

Varina community.

Hearn has

called Fuquay-

Varina home

for over 25

years. Hearn,

owner of LillingtonEmbroidery

and

Printing, is

hoping to do

more than just

live in the community. Hearn has thrown

Sean Hearn

his hat into the ring and is running for

one of the three positions available on the

Fuquay-Varina Town Council. Hearn hopes

voters will vote for him on November 8 so

that they can continue to have a voice in

the future of their community.

Hearn said he decided to run for the

Fuquay-Varina Town Council for several

reasons.

“There are a number of reasons why I

choose to run for the town board. My main

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The ong>Bengalsong> and the Jaguars hit

head to head Friday night, with the

Fuquay-Varina High School football

team taking the win during the

Homecoming game. Homecoming

King Ricky Fergerson made a 17-yard

run that got the ong>Bengalsong> rolling for

their win against Athens Drive High

School. The ong>Bengalsong> remain on top of

the Tri-Nine Conference standings.

Crowned as Homecoming Queen was

Hannah Wallace. She is seen with

Ricky Fergerson.

photos by cathy May Finch

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Food and entertainment from all over the world will

be featured at the international festival on Friday at

Fuquay-Varina Elementary School. Pictured are fifth

graders learning the Bali dance.

By Stephanie Eaton Harvie Staff Writer

Paxton Galvenek

Paxton Galvanek said he fell in love

with Fuquay-

Varina community

when

looking for a

place to live

in the Raleigh

area. Galvanek

said he wants

to support the

community he

loves and has

thrown his hat

into the ring and hopes to win a seat on

On Friday, Oct. 14, Fuquay-Varina Elementary

School will transform into its first ever International

Festival for the entire community. Visitors will explore

and celebrate some of the cultures of the world

we share. Each grade level will feature a country.

Guests will visit each country and have their passports

stamped. They can also visit the World Showcase

to enjoy songs, dances and demonstrations from

students and guest artists. Next, shop at the Global

Marketplace featuring handmade items and treats.

Local businesses have donated items to be part of

the silent auction. In celebration of the Melting Pot,

this festival will include a Spirit of America Midway

featuring bounce houses, games, food fresh off the

grill from the Grillin’ Dads and a dunk tank featuring

the FVES Principal Mr. Moore as well as other staff.

The school would like to thank the businesses that

have donated to make this event possible. Contact

Fuquay-Varina Elementary School at FuquayES-

PTA@gmail.com for more information. To purchase

ride wristbands, dinner tickets and game tickets online

go to http:fvespta.ecrater.com/

All proceeds will benefit the educational and advocacy

programs provided by the FVES Parent teacher

Association.

the Fuquay-Varina Town Council on Nov.

8.

Galvanek moved to the Fuquay-Varina

community 3 ½ years ago. However, he

did not move into the community without

a lot of thought.

“My family and I carefully researched

the Greater Raleigh area for six years before

choosing to make Fuquay-Varina our

hometown in 2008. We fell in love with

the quaint downtown areas, the history,

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What’s happening at the Fuquay-Varina Library?

With holidays approaching, many

readers start planning trips to visit

family and friends both near and far.

What could be better than an audio

book to pass the time on the road?

Especially, with stories set in North

Carolina to remind us of our favorite

state. We’ve selected a few titles

from a long list of stories set in and

around North Carolina. Stop by the

library and we’ll suggest a few more!

Staff Picks for Adults

These stories are chock full of

colorful characters and familiar settings.

Adult Fiction

“The Body Farm”

Patricia Cornwell

A small town in North Carolina

Universal Healthcare,

Inc. announces

a groundbreaking ceremony

at 11 a.m. on

Oct. 14 for Universal

Healthcare of Fuquay-

Varina, an 80-bed

skilled nursing and rehabilitation

center with

assisted living.

Scheduled to open

in October 2012, Universal

Healthcare of

Fuquay-Varina will

offer 31 assisted living

beds and 49 skilled

nursing beds.

The design of the facility

incorporates the

new “pod” or “neighborhood”

concept and

will include 50 private

rooms and 30 companion

rooms. The

plan breaks up traditional

nursing units

into smaller functional

areas which include

separate living and

dining areas for each

neighborhood. This

resident-centered approach

to design encourages

both a sense

of community and family.

“Fuquay-Varina is

such a welcoming town

and close-knit community.”

says Don Beaver,

President and Owner

of Choice Health Management

Services. “We

look forward to providing

high quality nursing

and rehabilitation

services to seniors and

families in this area for

many years to come”.

Universal Healthcare

of Fuquay-Varina

will feature programs

and activities designed

to have a positive impact

on residents.

Community features

include a state-of -theart

rehab gym, on-site

physical, occupational

and speech therapy,

24-hour nursing care,

recreation programs,

scheduled transportation,

housekeeping

services, beauty salon,

fireplaces, courtyard,

and covered porches.

Attending the groundbreaking

ceremony will

be local elected officials,

Choice Health

Management corporate

and regional personnel,

the developer, the contractor

and other local

is shaken when an 11-year-old girl

is brutally murdered. In this crime,

Scarpetta sees disturbing echoes of

a serial killer’s work. Unless she can

find the murderer, many more lives

will be in danger.

“Wild Orchids”

Jude Deveraux

A recently widowed mystery novelist

experiences a reawakening of

his emotions in a new relationship

with his assistant, in a romance set

against a decades-old ghost story in

North Carolina.

“The Bible Salesman”

Clyde Edgerton

Preston Clearwater is scoring

cash working a car-theft ring in post-

World War II North Carolina. When

he picks up 19-year-old Bible salesman

Henry Dampier, Preston convinces

the kid that he’s an FBI spy.

And before Henry knows what’s

up, he finds himself in way over his

head with no apparent way out.

“Motor Mouth”

dignitaries. Scheduled

speakers include

Mayor John Byrne of

Janet Evanovich

The racing season is over and Alexandra

Barnaby and Sam Hooker

are on the run, avoiding charges of

grand theft auto, multiple counts

murder, and the NASCAR awards

banquet. From Miami, Florida to

Concord, North Carolina and back

to Miami this is an action-packed

multi-car-crash of shady dealings,

stolen technology, drive-thru windows

and destruction of personal

property.

“Christmas Mourning”

Margaret Maron,

Book 16 in the Deborah Knott

series

It’s Christmas in rural North

Carolina’s Colleton County and

Judge Deborah Knott is looking forward

to a family celebration when a

tragedy clouds the holiday season.

A beautiful young cheerleader dies

in a car crash and the community is

devastated by her death. Sheriff’s

Deputy Dwight Bryant soon learns

that her death was not a simple accident,

and more lives may be lost

Fuquay-Varina and

Choice Health Management’s

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“Flash and Bones”

Kathy Reichs,

Book 14 in the

Temperance Brennan series

Race Week celebrations grind to

a halt when a body is discovered in

a barrel of asphalt near the Charlotte

Motor Speedway. As medical

examiner Temperance Brennan

investigates, she discovers a deadly

chemical in the barrel and a link to

a twelve year old mystery. Tempe

cannot overlook the coincidence

and investigates. (Book1, Deja

Dead)

“On Agate Hill”

Lee Smith

On Agate Hill is set in North Carolina

in the years from 1872 to1927,

and also in the present. The novel

evokes the South in Reconstruction

from an honest female perspective.

It is the exuberantly romantic and

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Fuquay-Varina turns out to ‘Shred It Days’

Melodie Estes

Correspondent

On Saturday, two “Shred-It Days”

were held. One was in Durham; the

second was held here at the Guardian

Angel parking lot. The Shred-It Company,

NBC-17 and the Fuquay-Varina

Chamber of Commerce can definitely

call this event a success, based on the

large number of participants, and the

massive volume of papers and documents

which were shredded to be recycled.

This was the first time that a

free shredding was done in Fuquay-

Varina.

There was a long line of cars at

the beginning of the day ready to unload

their cargo. More cars followed.

Those arriving late in the day left disappointed

that they didn’t have time

to go home and get their recyclable

papers, because they had missed

the notifications of the event. They

were, however given an email address

(alerts@ncdoj.gov) and a site (www.

ncdoj.gov) to inform them of the next

Shred-It Days.

On entering the parking lot, participants

were greeted by Chamber of

Commerce volunteers which included:

Joanne Hildago-Boyd, Lynanne Fowle,

Jeannette Ferrell and Melodie Estes,

directing them around the parking lot

to the line in front of five large white

trucks, equipped with shredders and

Shred-It employees to load the papers

into the shredders safely. Chamber

members Steve Tucker and Tommy

Broadwell, as well as Wes Hohenstein

from NBC-17 helped in unloading vehicles

and handing the recyclable papers

to the trained shredder employees.

Shuneca Harrington, the Local Sales

Manager for NBC-17 said the Shred-It

Day was started “in an effort to allow

viewers to shred and recycle papers

in a private and safe way.” There have

been other Shred-It Days, occurring

twice a year in other cities for the past

four-five years.

Robert Caviness, one of the Shred-

It employees was asked, “Are staples

left in the papers a problem when recycling

starts?” He answered that they

were not a problem because when

the shredded papers get to the plant

where they are processed, an electromagnet

pulls the staples out of the

shredded papers.

Thank you Shred-It, NBC-17 and

Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce

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Hearn

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objective for running is to continue to

ensure that the citizens of Fuquay-Varina

have a voice with the choices made with

regards to the direction of growth and future

development in our town. We need to

be proactive and not merely reactive to the

needs of the community. We need leaders

who will work diligently to see that our citizens

have jobs and that we will keep our

taxes low.”

Hearn is no stranger to public service.

He has served as the Post Adjutant for the

American Legion and the Vice-Chair of the

Lillington Area Chamber of Commerce.

According to Hearn, Fuquay-Varina has

one of the lowest tax rates in Wake County.

However, he said if he was elected he

would like to work to get them even lower.

“Currently Fuquay-Varina has the third

lowest tax rate in Wake County. While this

might be satisfactory for some leaders, I

believe we can lower them even more by

cutting wasteful spending.”

When the Fuquay-Varina Independent

asked Hearn what he felt the town could do

to attract new businesses and industries,

he said there were lots of things the town

Galveneck

CONTINUED FROM front

the kind and personable people

and the affordable cost of living.”

Galvanek said he decided to

run for one of the three seats

up for grabs on the Fuquay-

Varina Town Board in an effort

to stand behind the community

he calls home.

“I chose to run for office in

hopes to support and grow the

community I am fully invested

in,” Galvanek said.

Galvanek owns Galvanek &

Wahl Advertising Agency, Jump

and Laugh Inflatable Rentals

and Strafe Gaming Lounge. He

said there have been several

things that has concerned him

since he moved into the area

and brought his businesses to

the community. It was these

concerns that made him to decide

to run for the council.

“Since moving to Fuquay-

Varina I have witnessed a

delay and even a decline in

the growth and progress of the

town. Several Fuquay-Varina

businesses have closed down

or moved out of town and

many struggle to make ends

meet. New home development

and home sales, including in

my own neighborhood, has

virtually come to a halt. I have

brought my family of four and

three businesses to the town,

so Iam personally impacted by

a slowed economy and town

growth.”

Galvanek said he was encouraged

to run for the position

on the town board.

“As a community-involved

CLUES ACROSS

1. Membrane around

the lungs

7. Perennial trunked

plant

11. Upper side of a

building

12. Count on

13. W. Samoan

monetary

unit

14. Much ___ About

Nothing

15. Freedom from

difficulty

16. Person for whom

something is named

18. Filled with lead

20. Against

21. Upper surface of

the mouth

23. Belgian painter

James, 1860-1949

24. Miri or Dafla

25. Alaskan gold

rush town

26. ___ Lanka

27. Touchdown

29. Theater stage

scenery

30. A slight amount

31. Of she

33. Designated hitter

34. Lemon or

lime drink

could do. However, he also said it is important

to remember the existing businesses.

“There are a number of things we can

do to encourage new business to come to

town. At the same time we must remain

mindful of our existing businesses. More

than 80 percent of the new jobs and investment

in our community comes from businesses

that are already here. We should

work hard with those businesses, large

and small, to ensure their long-term viability

in Fuquay-Varina. We should also work

with economic developers in Wake County

and coordinate a comprehensive business

visitation program. I will ensure that every

business in Fuquay-Varina – large, small,

manufacturing, service or retail, receives

equal attention.

The Fuquay-Varina Independent also

asked Hearn if he felt that the town had an

adequate amount of parks. Hearn said yes.

“I believe our parks are sufficient to

meet the current needs of our community

at this time.”

When questioned about whether or not

he felt that the town’s building and inspection

requirements were too strict, Hearn

member, I’ve learned that

many citizens and businesses

of the Fuquay-Varina also share

my concerns. Several community

members and business

associates have also suggested

I run for office because of my

business sense, patience and

ability to make informed, unbiased

decisions which has added

to my decision to run.”

When not working with his

businesses, Galvanek has also

served as the president of the

Central Jersey Professional

Group, president of the Village

of Charleston Home Owners

Association and as president of

the Apex Peak Performers BNI

group.

When asked what he thought

the town board should do to

encourage new industries and

businesses to come to Fuquay-

Varina, Galvanek said the town

should do three things.

“Fuquay-Varina can encourage

business to open in town

in three ways. First, the town

should better educate companies

on opening and operating

a business in Fuquay-Varina.

Informational documentation

should be straight forward and

easily accessible for potential

business managers. Hosting

regular business seminars

would boost the confidence

to choose Fuquay-Varina by

answering questions and providing

face-to-face contact and

networking with local peers

and officials. Second, the town

can more aggressively seek

federal grants and loans that

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quantities

37. 4840 square yards

39. Sharpened a knife

41. Birch bark, dugout

& outrigger

43. Yellow

winter melon

44. Admirer

46. Hands on hips

47. Afrikaans

48. A flat cushion

or mat

51. European hop

52. Initial poker wager

53. Linking together

55. Precipitation

56. Satisfying an

appetite

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1. Synthetic wood

finish

2. Soils

3. After E

4. Reptile genus

5. A long thin

implement

6. Greek god of light

7. Goody

8. Duane _____: NY

pharmacy

9. Other, different

10. In a way, looked

11. Liberated by

support opening and operating

business in Fuquay-Varina.

Lastly, the town can offer incentives

such as tax breaks to

businesses that open and operate

within city limits and under

progressive strategies.”

Galvanek said the community

needs more businesses in

the community.

“With more businesses

comes more jobs, more revenue

and ultimately a thriving

economy and community.”

However, the opening of

a business in town is difficult

because of the town’s current

building and inspection requirements,

Galvanek said.

“The building and inspections

requirements of Fuquay-

Varina are not clearly

defined, making for an arduous

process when opening

a business in town. If better

documented and communicated,

the requirements

would not seem too stringent.”

Galvanek said he is also

not pleased with the town’s

tax rate.

“I believe the tax rate of

Fuquay-Varina is too high.

Surrounding towns comprised

of equal or more

amenities have lower tax

rates, creating an incentive

for potential residents and

businesses to choose other

towns over Fuquay-Varina.”

Galvanek said he is

pleased with the amount of

parks in the community.

“I feel that Fuquay-Varina

payment

of a demand

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16. Adam’s wife

17. Actor Sean

19. Of major

consequence

21. Festival

processions

22. Tolerate

26. Look at with

fixed eyes

28. Take a deposition

from

32. Rechristen

36. “Dragnet” actor

Jack

38. ______ Christi, TX

40. Taoism

41. Coon cat

42. Former U.S.

Senator

Spector

43. Sleeping room

on a ship

44. Essential oil from

flowers

45. “Church lady”

Carvey

49. Professional

nursing group

50. Telegraphic signal

54. Atomic #22

Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011 – 3A

said during certain cases the requirements

should be reviewed.

“While building inspection requirements

are necessary to assure the public safety,

I believe from time to time these requirements

should be reviewed to see which

ones are truly needed and which ones may

be outdated.”

Hearn also offered several ideas on what

he thought would make people want to live

or start a business in the community.

“What will bring individuals to Fuquay-

Varina will be opportunity,” Hearn said.

“They will want high quality schools, a safe

environment and close proximity to recreation

and other activities for their families

to enjoy.”

According to Hearn, the work force

would attract businesses to the community.

“What will bring businesses to Fuquay-

Varina will be low taxes and the availability

of a qualified/skilled work force. They’ll

want an environment where local government

supports their business, but not

stifles the growth by unreasonable regulations.”

has done an outstanding job in

allocating an adequate amount

of land that is clean, safe and

available to the community of

Fuquay-Varina.”

Galvanek said there were

things the town can do to

make it the type of community

people want to live and start a

business in.

“Fuquay-Varina can entice

new residents and businesses

by creating a unique and attractive

identity for the town, being

home to more arts and cultural

activities, increasing safety and

increasing job availability.”

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Election

Coverage

Over the next few weeks the Fuquay-Varina

Independent will introduce you to those who

are campaigning for seats on the Town Board

and those running for Mayor of Fuquay-Varina.

Their stories continue this week with

two more candidates. All candidates received

the same questions and were given the same

amount of time in which to respond. All of

their stories are available on our web site

www.fuquay-varinaindependent.com.There

are two incumbent commissioners, Bill Harris

and Charlie Adcock, along with five others

running for three open seats on Fuquay-Varina’s

Town Board.

Harris, who has served about 22 years on

the board, lost his seat four years ago, but was

subsequently appointed by the board to fill a

vacancy created by the death of Jeff Wells in

2009. The seat Harris currently holds is open

to be filled through election this fall.

Incumbent Commissioner Charlie Adcock

is also seeking reelection. He was elected to

the board four years ago and is seeking a second

term. A third seat is open as a result of

the death of Jimmy Johnson earlier this year.

Newcomers seeking seats on the board include:

Paxton Edward Galvanek, Sean Robert

Hearn, Edward Alan Ridpath, Thomas Allen

Williford and Jason Ora Wunsch.

John Byrne, who has served as mayor of

Fuquay-Varina for 10 years, is also seeking

reelection. A mayor’s term runs for only two

years while commissioners are elected to

four-year terms. Byrne is being challenged

by Michael Dorman, executive director of the

nonprofit Military Missions in Action, an organization

that assists disabled veterans.

The election is Nov. 8.

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4A - Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011

O pinion

No one should have to be wrestled to the polls

hope you exercised your right

I

to vote in the elections this

week. I marked my ballot early

that morning and spent the

rest of the day proudly displaying

my “I Voted” sticker and

encouraging my friends to go to their

local voting precinct

Much of the frustration with modern

day politics can be attributed to the

fact that a lot of Americans don’t take

time to participate in their democracy

by voting. I’ve heard a lot of people

complain about our political system

over the years, but, when I asked

them if they voted in the last election,

they look at me like I’ve insulted them.

“Vote,” they’ll usually snap. “Why do I

want to waste my time with that? One

vote is not going to make a difference

anyway.”

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congress approval rating is lower than

King George III when he was running

the colonies from England. Yet, we

seem to send the same representatives

to congress year after year. With

the gridlock in Washington and the

frightening decline of our economy, it

baffles me why so many eligible voters

decide to stay home on voting day.

Our political system is not going to

change until we demand change. As

long as politicians continue to coddle

up to special interests and lobbyists

with no consequences for their actions,

it’s going to be business as usual

in Washington.

It’s deeply troubling that in a great

country like ours, which has fought so

hard for its freedom and democracy,

It’s a good week to think

about retirement savings

You may not see

it posted on your

calendar, but Oct.

16 – 22 is National

Save for Retirement

Week. This annual

event, endorsed by Congress,

is designed to raise

awareness about

the importance of

saving for retirement

— so you may

want to take some

time this week to

review your own

strategy for achieving

the retirement

lifestyle you’ve envisioned.

If you’re not convinced

of the need

for an event such

as National Save for

Retirement Week,

just consider these

statistics, taken

from the Employee Benefit

Research Institute’s 2011 Retirement

Confidence Survey:

The percentage of workers not

at all confident about having

enough money for a comfortable

retirement grew from 22

percent in 2010 to 27 percent

— the highest level measured in

the 21 years of the Retirement

Confidence Survey. 56 percent

of respondents say that the total

value of their household’s savings

and investments, excluding

the value of their primary home

and any defined benefit plans

(i.e., traditional pension plans)

is less than $25,000. Less than

half of the respondents say they

and/or their spouse have tried

to calculate how much money

they will need for a comfortable

retirement.

These numbers are obviously

troubling — and they indicate

that most of us probably

need to put more thought and

effort into our retirement savings.

What can you do? Here are

a few suggestions: Determine

how much you’ll need in retirement.

Try to define the lifestyle

you want during retirement.

Will you travel the world or stay

close to home? Will you work

part time or spend your hours

volunteering or pursuing hobbies?

Once you know what your

retirement might look like, try

to estimate how much it might

cost. Identify your sources of

Financial

Focus

John T.

Braxton

retirement income. Take into

account your IRA, 401(k) or

other employer-sponsored retirement

plan, Social Security

and other savings and investments.

How much income will

they provide? How much can

you withdraw from

these vehicles each

year without depleting

them? Calculate any retirement

shortfall. Try

to determine if your

savings and investments

will be enough

to provide you with an

income stream that’s

adequate to meet your

retirement needs. If it

isn’t, develop an estimate

of the size of the

shortfall. Take steps

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reviewed to find a better balance

growth potential with risk.

Or you may need to take both

of these steps. Monitor your

progress. Once you’ve put your

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on track toward achieving

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make adjustments, if there are

changes in your objectives or

your specific situation.

Taking these types of action

can be challenging, so you may

want to work with a professional

financial advisor who has

the experiences and resources

necessary to help you identify

and work toward achieving

your retirement goals. In any

case, though, National Save

for Retirement Week is a great

time to consider your course of

action.

John T. Braxton is a Financial

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so many citizens all but refuse to get

involved in the political process. We

depend on our younger generation to

be willing to sacrifice

their lives

fighting for us, yet

thousands across

the country are

not willing to sacrifice

an hour once

or twice a year at

the voting booth

J.T.

Smith

to help them

keep our country

strong.

On a Thursday

evening in late

August, the presi-

dent addressed the congress and the

nation about our debt crisis. President

Obama delivered his speech in an ear-

lier time frame than normal because

the NFL was kicking off its season.

The president was rightly concerned

that more Americans would choose

football over the economic welfare of

their own country. It’s impossible for

the president and his staff to think of

everything and they were probably

not aware that one of the networks

was going to air professional wrestling

on the same night. Although I’m not

a wrestling fan, the so called sport is

extremely popular with thousands of

people across the country.

The satellite service to which I

subscribe provides an updated list of

the top five shows being viewed at a

particular hour. I checked the list periodically

during the president’s speech

to congress and I was disappointed to

see that more viewers were watching

wrestling than tuning into the leader

of the free world. Whether people

agree with the president, or not, they

need to be informed about the serious

issues this nation is facing. Watching

wrestling is no excuse for ignorance

about important current events that

are taking place in our country.

The day after the president’s

speech, I was disappointed to learn

that a couple of my friends were clueless

about what he said because they

had watched wrestling instead. It’s

enough to make me want to put these

uninformed citizens in a headlock and

hold them there until they agree to o

participate in our democracy. They

can start by voting and paying closer

attention to what our political leaders

have to say. No one should have to be

wrestled to the polls.

Sparks’s new book

is good news for the East

The launch of a North Carolina

author’s book this week

will give economic development

in eastern North Carolina

a nice boost.

New Bern’s Nicholas

Sparks’s “The Best of Me” made its

way on to the bestseller lists before

its official Oct. 11 release date. It is

bound to be another blockbuster for

Sparks, who has sold over 100 million

copies of his earlier books. Warner

Brothers has the movie rights to the

new book, and rumors have production

beginning next year with Sparks

as co-producer.

What does the new book have to

do with economic development in the

Coastal Plain?

First of all, the book’s royalty

checks will go to New Bern, where

Sparks lives. For every million copies

sold, there could be three to four

million dollars into Sparks’s mailbox.

Plus the movie income, which could

be considerable.

Secondly, like most of Sparks’s

books, his stories are set in Eastern

North Carolina, most often in and

around New Bern. Sparks does not

paint an idyllic picture of the region.

But the region he describes is small

town America, close to the water, and

full of mostly good people who would

welcome new businesses.

Thirdly, and most important,

Sparks’s success has given him the resources

to live anywhere in the world.

Having that choice, he lives in New

Bern.

The message for people looking for

good places to site their businesses:

There must be something pretty good

about this region.

Thomas Stith and Nick Didow at the

Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private

Enterprise are working on strate-

gies for economic development in the

East. They tell me that there are lots

and lots of good things already going

on there. Talking more about those

good things is an

important sales

one on

one

D.G.

martin

point in attracting

other good investments.

Nicholas

Sparks’s continuing

personal investments

in the

East can be a big

part of that positive

message.

Now about the

book.

“The Best of

Me” is set in Pamlico

Country’s Oriental,

not far from

New Bern. Tiny Oriental is best known

as the state’s sailing capital, but otherwise

it is an undiscovered jewel, and,

according to Sparks, a complicated

and diverse town.

Sparks’s central characters, Dawson

and Amanda, had been high school

sweethearts, inseparable and deeply

in love. But they came from different

backgrounds, Dawson from a lowlife,

petty crime family, and Amanda from

Oriental’s aristocracy.

After high school, Amanda was off

to Duke, marriage to a Durham dentist,

and two children. Meanwhile

Dawson was off to prison and then to

a solitary life working on an oil rig, still

so much in love with Amanda that he

never had a serous relationship with

another woman.

Both came back to Oriental to put

to rest a beloved mentor. They follow

his detailed instructions, which are

designed to bring them back together

to deal with their unresolved love for

each other while they are putting the

old man’s affairs in order.

They are drawn back to each other

immediately. Strong feelings push to

the surface. The question is whether

and how the old romance can be rekindled

without breaking up Amanda’s

marriage and family.

Sparks’s clever plot and story-telling

gifts will make readers rush to the

end, where, with the help of a mysterious

ghost and a student at Davidson

College, they will find how Sparks resolves

the challenge.

Sparks does not claim to write literary

fiction. Neither did Charles

Dickens or Mark Twain make such an

assertion. Nor does Sparks claim to

be another Dickens or Twain, but his

similar ability to craft stories that hold

readers to the page and develop characters

that call for an emotional and

sympathetic response make it quite

defensible to put the three names in

the same sentence.

D.G. Martin hosts UNC-TV’s “North

Carolina Bookwatch,” which airs Fridays

at 9:30 p.m and Sundays at 5 p.m.

For more information or to view prior

programs visit the webpage at www.

unctv.org/ncbookwatch/

This week’s (Friday, Oct. 14, and

Sunday, Oct. 16) guest is Morehead

Scholar and Rhodes Scholar Robyn

Hadley, author of “Within View,

Within Reach: Navigating the College-

Bound Journey.”

Robyn Hadley used her experience

in counseling students in the

Alamance-Burlington school system

to write a book for students planning

for college. The book is “Within View,

Within Reach: Navigating the College-

Bound Journey.” Hadley’s good advice

might be even more important for parents

of prospective college students.

(Oct. 14, 16)

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state, national or international concern. But there are a few rules. Letters are limited to 400 words

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admit that I am em-

I

barrassed to be even

writing this column.

I have this feeling

that people will have

this awful

vision of me dump-

ster diving to get

free stuff. However,

it happened

to me this week so

I had to share with

you.

When driving my

daughter to school

the other day, we

passed by a home

that was throwing

away a Step 2

outdoor playhouse.

Being the mother

of an active little

guy, the playhouse

caught my attention

and I found myself

stopping. Upon further inspection,

I found absolutely

nothing wrong with the outdoor

playhouse and discovered

the owners were truly

throwing it away because

they no longer wanted it

anymore. So being the frugal

person that I am, I threw

it into my car and took it

home. After taking a serious

can of Lysol to the

entire playhouse,

my son had a new

fort which he absolutely

adores. For

those of you who

know how much

those outdoor

playhouses cost,

know that I saved

between $200 and

$400.

However, I am

ashamed to admit

this is not the

first item I have

gotten off a neighbor’s

curb that was

meant for trash.

My son has a $200 slide

and I also have a television

entertainment center that

I got totally for free. Each

time I questioned the owner

because I found nothing

wrong with the items and

they simply were throwing

it away. In each case the

items looked brand new and

required absolutely no work

to be done on them.

So am I not saying that

I would encourage you to

go dumpster diving to see

what is in your neighbor’s

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Who wants coal in her Christmas

stocking? Shirley does, not me

on’t be surprised if

Dyou happen to see

Shirley Simmons,

retired school

teacher and local

historian, up to

some mischief in the coming

months.

What she’s probably doing is

attempting to catch the eye of

Santa Claus who is famous for

putting coal in the stockings of

bad girls and boys.

You see, Shirley needs some

coal, a few chunks of that hard,

black, smelly stuff many older

folks remember well, burning

in stoves or fireplace grates

or laundry heaters in the years

before fuel oil, natural gas and

electricity put coal dealers out

of business.

She can’t find anyone with

some left over coal he or she

Letters from a

College Student:

Walking in

your purpose

Dear Teen:

My senior

year in high

school was one

filled with anticipation, excitement,

anxiety and fear.

Graduation came and went

so very quickly on that

June morning in 2010. For

months leading up to my

senior year I believed

that I knew

what it was that I Letters from

was supposed to A CoLLege

do with the rest

student

of my life, like

most of you I had

some idea of what

my life would be

like after I graduated

and begun

the next chapter

in my life. I knew

in my heart that I

definitely wanted CeCe

to go to college

Willis

and pursue my degree,

but college

is not for everyone

and should not be looked

down upon when someone

makes that choice. Walking

in Your Purpose for me is to

follow your dreams, and not

that of someone else based

upon projected income, status

or title. Many of us are

defined by how we dress,

who our friends are, and our

lifestyle.Sadly far too many

people are not walking in

their purpose because they

are walking in someone

else’s and therefore are not

really happy. As I prepared

for high school graduation I

had so many questions and

my mom and I spent a lot

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firm believers in education,

and the importance of having

some sort of a trade.

I have learned in the last

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seek guidance from

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are at this very moment.

Third, and

probably one of the

most important lessons

instilled in me

is to never allow

anyone to define you. You

know your own strengths

and weakness, “WORK

WITH WHAT YOU GOT.”

You are a unique individual

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what it is that you are

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it in the end when you are

truly Walking in Your Purpose

with confidence knowing

that “You” are the best

“You” that “You” can possibly

be. Walking in your purpose

it’s not just a thought,

but a forever dream.

Yours Truly,

CeCe Willis

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Museums, specifically the

first post office building.

Shirley has a coal

scuttle for the post office,

but no coal.

Back in the town’s

early days most residents

of the Fuquay

Springs and Varina

areas burned coal

to keep their homes

warm. Many burned

wood in their cook

stoves, but coal was

the choice for general

heating.

Frances Clark

Snipes remembers

well. Her father, Carville

Clark, was the local coal

dealer, the only one as far as

his daughter knows. She re-

independentLy

speAking

shirLey

Hayes

members that the coal yard

was on a small street off Highway

42 west. Coal was ordered

by businesses and residents

by the ton and

delivered by truck.

Clark also owned an

Esso station on Main

Street.

I, too, remember

the coal-burning days

well. My family lived

in one side of a local

residence-turned –

duplex. In my day we

had a dark red enamelcoated

stove with a

swinging door on the

front. It burned coal

and had to be fed from

time to time during

the day—and maybe the night.

My parents went out behind

the house to the coal pile to

refill a scuttle. That stove kept

our four-room apartment warm

the best I remember.

We moved when I was eight

into a just-built five-room

house that was heated by a centrally

located oil stove. I never

remember thinking about coal

again. Don’t know when it vanished

from residential areas. It

appears no one around saved

any as souvenirs.

Maybe Santa Claus did.

There are probably a few

naughty children about and, of

course, there is Shirley Simmons.

P. S. If anyone out there

knows where Shirley can find

a few chunks of coal before

Christmas, let her know. She

would like to get goodies in

her stocking. Her number is

552-5562.

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Priority Associates for Women memorializes Pittman

Willa Adcock

Contributing writer

On Tuesday, Sept. 27, The

Women’s Priority Associates

met at Bentwinds Country Club.

It was a special day for this organization

of women who meet

to hear Christian speakers. This

time in addition to the speaker,

they met to honor the memory of

one of their own. Vickie Pittman

Atkins, 64, passed away Sept. 2,

2011 after a brief illness. She had

been an integral part of the core

group of Priority Associates from

its inception. Having worked diligently,

she had helped in the effort

to bring Christian speakers to

the area. Vickie, a teller at Patriot

State Bank, often asked coworker,

Renee Hayes, Corporate Secretary

and Executive Assistant, to

sing for the group. At the previous

meeting in July, Vickie had

obtained the speaker and asked

Renee to be the soloist.

A picture of Vickie was displayed

as Theresa Hamby, Doris

Weathers and Renee Hayes each

gave personal and heart-felt remembrances

of her. They told

how Vickie had supported Priority

Associates and how much she

had done for each of them as a

loving and close friend. All three

spoke of how she loved having her

friends attend Priority meetings.

We were all challenged to be more

like Vickie as she sought to follow

her Lord. Renee sang “Come to

Jesus” which she had sung at Vick-

Fuquay Varina - Roy Rufus Baker, 62,

passed away at Rex Health Care October 4,

2011. He was born in Wake county to the

late Rufus and Velma Baker. Roy was an

employee of the Town of

Fuquay-Varina for over 20

years, serving as Assistant

Fire Chief and dispatcher

for the fire and police departments.

Mr. Baker is survived by

his uncle, O.L. Baker (wife

Carolyn), friends Ronnie

and Lisa Murray, Cathy

Sykes, and Judith Dean as

well as numerous other friends and family

members.

A visitation was held at Williford Funeral

Home on Saturday, Oct. 8, with a memorial

service beginning at 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers,

please make contributions to Kipling Methodist

Church. Please visit www.willifordfuneralhome.com

to leave condolences.

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ie’s funeral service. It was a tribute

to a wonderful lady who will

be greatly missed by those who

knew, loved and worked with her.

The guest speaker for the luncheon

was Judy Herriott. Judy

grew up in England but came to

the US in 1979 with her husband

and two young daughters. Her

ministry as a Bible teacher and

prayer ministry leader is exceptional.

It reaches into many states

and back to several European

countries. Judy also established

the “Upper Room” prayer ministry

for both Providence Baptist

Church and Christ Church in Raleigh.

The title of Judy’s message was:

“There Must Be More to Life

Than This.” She told of a happy

and carefree childhood. Her father

was distant but a good provider;

her mother was loving and

cheerful. Judy’s teenage years

were filled with many things to

enjoy including her ponies. But

money and possessions were

not giving her what she needed.

She thought things would come

together for her when she got to

college. Yet, all the time, she kept

wondering if there could be more

to life.

Always the optimist, Judy

thought she would find what she

was looking for when she started

teaching or after marriage. She

realized at age 36, happily married,

with two little girls, that her

quest was just a “pipe dream”. It

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to the late Lonnie and Maggie

Arnold. He was preceded

in death by his siblings,

Savan Baker, Fate Arnold,

Kay Gunter, and L.F. Arnold

Jr. Mr. Arnold served in the

Army during the Korean War.

Mr. Arnold leaves behind

his loving wife of 61 years,

Eva B. Arnold; children, Janie

Braswell (husband Richard),

Susie Tart (husband Horace),

L.E. Arnold Jr. (wife

Christy), and Amanda Weaver

(husband Dale); brothers,

O’shea Arnold, Paul Baker,

Jr., Timmy Baker, and Pete

Baker Sr.; grandchildren, Ashley

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ing for anything more. But, she

was shaken into reality when they

moved six times in seven years.

Could there be more to life?

She had a desire to impress

others with her well dressed little

girls. She thrived on praise. While

buying material one day to make

dresses for the girls, she was told

of a play group for children at

Christ Church there in England.

What she didn’t understand was

that the mothers were to have

Bible Study while the children

were at play. She continued to

ask, “Surely there must be more

to life than this?”

Judy expressed that the Lord,

in His grace, brought her to

Christ Church. She soon found

that the ladies in the group had

a quality of life for which she had

been seeking. She stated that

she learned that she was a sinner;

that everyone was a sinner.

She had not thought of herself

as such. She thought murderers,

thieves, and big time liars were

sinners. She read Rom. 3:23: “For

all have sinned and come short of

the glory of God.” If all had sinned

then she, too, must be a sinner.

She had thought her good deeds

would outweigh her bad deeds,

and she would go to heaven. She

realized this was not what the

Bible taught. The ladies at the

study told her that Jesus was like

a bridge between her and God.

Rom. 5: 8: “God demonstrated

His love for us in this: While we

were still sinners, Christ died for

Obituaries

Roy Rufus Baker Lonnie Esmond Arnold, Sr.

Bethany Taylor (husband

Jeremy), Hannah Tart, Marty

Tart, Niki White, Brittany Arnold,

Lonnie Arnold III, Zack

Weaver, and Meagon Waever;

great-grandchildren, Saul

Braswell, Holden Braswell,

Cody White, Jacob White,

Jessie White, Gracie White,

Colby Tart, and Keelan Tart;

there were also many special

nieces, nephews, friends and

neighbors.

A visitation was held at

Baptist Grove Church in

Fuquay Varina from 1-2,

Monday, Oct. 10. Funeral

services followed the visitation,

with internment following

at Greenlawn Memorial

Gardens. Please visit www.

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Judy said she read John 14:6:

“Jesus said unto him, I am the

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she wasn’t sure she wanted Jesus

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Finally she decided to take the

plunge. She knelt by her bed and

prayed. She confessed that she

Staff Sgt. Glenn L. Rambeaut

Staff Sgt. Glenn L. Rambeaut,

age 73 of Broadway

died Wednesday, October 5,

2011 at Highsmith Rainey

Hospital in Fayetteville. A

longtime resident of Harnett

County, he was born October

1, 1938 and was preceded in

death by his father, Lacy Rambeaut.

Sgt. Rambeaut retired from

the United States Marine

Corps, serving two tours of

duty in Vietnam before he retired

after 20 years of service

to his country. After his retirement,

he worked as a painter

in the Broadway, Sanford, and

Barbecue Church area. Funeral

service was conducted

Saturday, Oct. 8, at O’Quinn-

Peebles Chapel with Rev.

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was a sinner; she asked Jesus

to forgive her. At that moment

God’s Spirit came into her life.

She began to spend time in the

Bible. Her restless spirit was quieted.

At age 37, she saw that life

had meaning for the first time.

As a result, she found that there

certainly was more to life than she

had ever dreamed.

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Kipling News: Annie Bullock celebrates 97 years

The Rev. Melinda Ivey, pastor and

members of Kipling United Methodist

Church thank everyone that patronized

their plate sale on Friday, making their efforts

a great success. May God continue

to richly bless you.

The Rev. Linda McLean, pastor and

members of Bethlehem AME Zion Church

invite the public to come and worship with

them on Sunday, Oct. 16, at the 11 a.m.

worship hour. They will have a layman

speaking, as the third Sunday in October

is their annual Layman’s Day.

At 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 9, Douglas

Chapel AME Zion Church in Holly Springs,

pastor Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell hosted the

Women’s Home and Overseas Missionary

Society Annual Candlelight Service of the

Raleigh District, Anna L. Anderson

Day Celebration 2007-2011.

A service of praise and thanksgiving

was held in memory of

Anna Lucille Green Anderson by

Life Members Council Woman’s

Home and Overseas Missionary

Society African Methodist Episcopal

Zion Church. There was a

processional of missionaries in

white, with the hymn “Walk in the

Light”, and lighting of candles by

district officers.

Douglas Chapel Church Choir

rendered the music, Mrs. Dora

Jones, Life Members Chairman,

presiding. Scripture: Ephesians

2:1-10 read by Mrs. Brenda Davis. Prayer

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was by Rev. Jimmy McLean.

Welcome was by Rev. Nathaniel

Mitchell. The introduction

of speaker was by Rev. Claude

Willie III. The message was by

Brother Alonza Burnett, member

of Rush Metropolitan AME Zion

Church in Raleigh. The service

closed with singing the Missionary

Theme song, “Lift Him Up”.

Rev. Lawrence R. Turner, Jr.,

Presiding Elder Mrs. Georgia

M. Thompson, Missionary Supervisor

The Right Rev. Richard

K. Thompson, Presiding Prelate

Mrs. Doretha Morgan, District

Missionary President Mrs.

Eula M. Turner, Coordinator Mrs. Elaine

McClain, Secretary of Youth Ms. Tama

Bouncer, Superintendent Ms. Gladys

Young, Secretary of Supply Mr. Dora

Jones, Life Members chairman.

Bishop and Mrs. Henry Williams of

Fuquay-Varina visited Mrs. William’s aunt

Annie Bullock Saturday afternoon.

Annie Bullock wishes to thank friends,

loved ones and relatives for the lovely

cards, beautiful flowers, telephone calls

and your thoughts on her birthday. May

God bless you for your concern and wishing

for me many happy returns.

Annie Bullock had a birthday on Saturday,

October 8, celebrating her 97th

birthday. She has been a columnist for the

Fuquay-Varina Independent for more than

50 years.

Mitch Norman officiating.

Burial will be in Harnett Memorial

Park with full military

honors. The family received

friends Friday at the funeral

home. In his honor, memorials

may be made to a favorite charity

of your choice. Mr. Rambeaut

is survived by his wife,

Carolyn Brown Rambeaut;

mother, Ruth Parrish Bellamy

of Raleigh; sister, Anne

Parrish Nowell of Garner;

stepdaughters, Kathy Norman

and husband Ed of Sanford,

Tammy Jones and husband

Chris of Grimesland; four

grandchildren, Mitchell Norman,

Ashley Jones, Natalee

Norman, and Kristen Jones;

two great-grandchildren, Rhett

Norman and Claire Norman.

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The Undead Wake a Quiet Town

The Triangle has been home to countless

5k races and unique fundraisers before, but

has it ever been invaded by zombies? One

thing is for certain, it will in 2011.

This Oct. 29, the quiet town of Fuquay-

Varina, will be wakened with the undead nipping

at their heels at the Strafe Zombie Run,

a zombie-themed 5k run and fundraiser. The

fearless living of all ages throughout the Triangle

will have the opportunity to participate

in this unique event as brain hungry zombies,

run-for-your-life survivors, go-get-‘em

slayers, defending zombie hunters or lookout

spectators. During and after the game

there will be plenty of live entertainment,

a Wee Zombie Zone for the little living, refreshments,

Halloween costume contests for

all ages and a survivor after party at Strafe

Gaming Lounge.

“We want to raise money for the Fuquay-

Varina Technology in the Classroom initiative

in a unique way and nothing goes better

with Halloween and video game play than

zombies” say Paxton and Jessica Galvanek,

creators of the Strafe Zombie Run and owners

of Strafe Gaming Lounge, the presenter

of the event. The 5k run will begin early

morning out front of Strafe Gaming Lounge

on Academy Street and will follow along scenic

residential roads of Fuquay-Varina. The

only catch is the route will be littered with

Fuquay-Varina Lieutenant Kenny Atkins

knows exactly what he’s going to do when

he retires on October 1st after more than

30 years of service as a police officer including

19 years of service in Fuquay-Varina.

He plans on spending lots of quality

time with his two year old grandson Carter,

tinkering with his 1963 ½ Ford Galaxy and

1923 Ford T Bucket, and generally enjoying

life. Atkins will also continue to run a

landscaping business.

Lt. Atkins began his career in law enforcement

in Lillington in 1979 where he

graduated from high school and has lived

his entire life. He served in Lillington until

May 1986, when he joined the Fuquay-Varina

Police Department. In January, 1988

he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

He returned to Lillington for three years in

1989 and left law enforcement in 1992 but

continued to serve at the Harnett County

Sheriff’s Office in a part-time capacity until

June of 1995. He returned to the Fuquay-

Sept. 25-Oct. 1

Arrests

Jacob David Limentani,

35, of Holly Springs was arrested

Sept. 25 on a driving

while license was revoked

charge.

Quentin Montel Burnette,

23, of Willow Springs

was arrested Sept. 25 on

assault inflicting serious injury

and assault on a female

charges.

Steven Alan Greer, 33,

of Cary was arrested Sept.

25 on assault on a female,

injury to personal property,

and breaking and entering

charges.

Michael Thomas Griffin

Jr., 28, of Fuquay-Varina

was arrested Sept. 26 on an

assault on a female charge.

Peter Steven Svartz, 24,

of Fuquay-Varina was arrested

Sept. 26 on an assault

on a female charge.

Anthony Keith Douglas,

36, of Raleigh was arrested

Sept. 27 on a probation violation

charge.

Kendrick Devon Bullock,

22, of Fuquay-Varina was

arrested Sept. 28 on speeding

to elude arrest, no operator’s

license and fictitious

tag charges.

Fanne Doriam Bounkazi,

20, of Fuquay-Varina was

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These zombies are ready for the Strafe Zombie Run, a zombiethemed

5k run and fundraiser planned for Oct. 29. Visit http://

www.strafezombierun.com/ or http://www.facebook.com/straf-

ezombierun for more information about the event.

brain hungry zombies that will appear and

follow participants that will have to run for

their lives so the zombies don’t take their

health in the form of flags around their beltline.

The race hosts three different groups:

those who want to run, those who want to

run from zombies and those who want to

walk, so individuals of all ages and skill levels

are welcome and encouraged to participate.

Immediately following the event is Strafe

Gaming Lounge’s after party and Fuquay-

Varina’s annual Day in Downtown where

arrested Sept. 28 on breaking

or entering into a motor

vehicle, simple affray, and

resisting or obstructing a

public officer charges.

An arrest was made in an

alleged property damage incident

reported Sept. 29 off

N. Main St. A shopping cart

allegedly was pushed at an

accelerated rate and struck

a vehicle.

Lloyd Desmond Gordon,

22, of Fuquay-Varina was

arrested Sept. 30 on simple

possession of marijuana,

possession of drug paraphernalia

and failure to appear

charges.

Jerome Edward Fogg Jr.,

24, of Fuquay-Varina was

arrested Oct. 1 on a failure

to appear charge.

Edward O’Donald Richardson,

63, of Fuquay-Varina

was arrested Oct. 1 on

a failure to appear charge.

Theft

Larceny was reported

Sept. 25 off Fleming Loop

Rd. when soccer nets

were removed. The case

was closed; leads were exhausted.

Larceny was reported

Sept. 26 off Fayetteville

Rd. when a license plate

was removed. The case

was closed; leads were ex-

hausted.

Breaking and entering

and larceny were reported

Sept. 27 off Ashview Dr.

when a glass door was

broken and jewelry was

removed from a residence.

The case is under further

investigation.

Breaking and entering

and larceny were reported

Sept. 27 off Depot St. A

game system, cell phone

and more were stolen. The

case was closed; leads were

exhausted.

Simple assault and attempted

larceny were reported

Sept. 28 off N. Main

St. The case was closed;

leads were exhausted.

Larceny of a bracelet

was reported Sept. 30 off

Windsor Wynd Pl. The case

was closed; leads were exhausted.

Armed robbery was reported

Sept. 30 off S. Main

St. The case was closed;

leads were exhausted.

Other crimes

Vandalism by spray painting

a wall was reported

Sept. 30 off Depot St. The

case was closed; leads were

exhausted.

Counterfeiting currency

was reported Oct. 1 off N.

Main St. The case is under

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When asked why he became a policeman,

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thing for me to do.” As Atkins reflected on

his career, he said, “I have loved working

with the public. There are times it has been

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is a kind of brotherhood and Fuquay-Varina

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mother passed away in 2005, I got tremendous

support from the department. Chief

Smith was just coming into his position

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I will never forget that gesture. This

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Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011 – 7A

family festivities continue throughout the

rest of the day.

Registration packages for the event start

at low as $20 and include a game-day shirt,

race bib, refreshments, after party admission

and a chance to win awards and prizes. Sponsor

packages start at $50 and proceeds from

the event will benefit the Fuqay-Varina Technology

in the Classroom initiative.

Visit http://www.strafezombierun.com/

or http://www.facebook.com/strafezombierun

for more information about the event or

to participate.

Lt. Kenny Atkins retires from Fuquay-Varina PD

Police Reports

served with them.”

More than 150 people gathered at the

Fuquay-Varina Community Center on

Thursday, September 29th to honor Lt. Atkins.

Police Chief Larry Smith said, “Kenny’s

humor, friendly demeanor, knowledge,

and love for the Police Department and its

officers will be sorely missed.” Chief Smith

returned Atkins service revolver to him in

a ceremony at Town Hall during the Board

of Commissioner’s meeting on October 3,

2011. Mayor John W. Byrne praised Atkins’

many years of honorable and distinguished

service calling him a “man who could always

be counted on to get the job done

right. Kenny is well known in the community

and well-liked by all.”

Atkins and his wife Teresa have been

married for 32 years. They have a daughter,

Paige, and son, Ken and his wife, and

of course, his grandson Carter, who he will

be spending a lot of time spoiling when he

retires.

further investigation.

Assault was reported

Oct. 1 off N. Main St. The

case was closed; leads were

exhausted.

Attempted breaking and

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case was closed; leads were

exhausted.

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8A – Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Day in Downtown to feature

several contests

The Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce’s

9th annual Day in Downtown

street festival will again feature a number

of family-oriented contests for all ages. The

event will be held Saturday, Oct. 29 on

Main Street in Historic Downtown Fuquay.

There will be three contests held this year

that will be open to the public. They are:

Costume Contest: Your children can

show off their Halloween finery to those

gathered at the festival. This contest is

open to all children ages 14 and younger,

with participants divided into three age

groups with cash prizes in each. Children

will model their costumes to the crowd

while the judging is done. Registration for

this contest will be the morning of the festival

with the contest starting at noon.

Pumpkin Carving Contest: Show how

creative and scary you can get. Open to all

ages, entrants must pre-register with the

Chamber. Prizes will be awarded in three

categories: scariest; funniest; and most

creative. There will be a $25 prize awarded

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played at the festival. There is a $5 registration

fee.

Pumpkin Pie Contest: Attention everyone

who thinks they have the best pumpkin

pie recipe in town. This is your chance to

prove it. This contest is open to all nonprofessionals,

with an original recipe. First

place prize is $50 and second place is $25.

Entrants must pre-register with the Chamber

and pies delivered to the Chamber Friday,

Oct. 30. There is a $5 fee to enter.

Registration forms for all three contests

can be found on the Chamber’s website at

www.fuquay-varina.com.

We wish to thank Andy’s Tents & Events

as our Main Street Sponsor and Explore

Church as our Kids Kourt Sponsor for this

annual event. Additional sponsorship opportunities

are still available, primarily for

the Climbing Wall and the Stage. Registration

forms for registering as a booth vendor

for this event are also still available on the

Chamber’s website. Deadline for vendor

registrations is Friday, Oct. 14. Food vendors

must have their health department pa-

Cruise planned for 2012

About three months ago, at

a Wake Up Fuquay-Varina networking

breakfast at Golden

Corral, Chamber Executive

Director Tommy Broadwell

asked the participants if they

would be interested in doing

something new and different

in 2012—specifically, going

on a trip together as a way

of building camaraderie

within the Chamber membership.

Of course everyone

raised their

hands!

Taking that

response to

heart, Tommy

met with Dawn

and Brian Dorr

of CruiseOne,

and put together

a cruise package

for September

of 2012 that will

rival anything

available on the

open market!

As a result, the

Fuquay-Varina

Chamber is currently

offering a

cruise package for Sept. 9-16,

2012, departing from Port Canaveral

in Florida, and visiting

St. Martin, St. Thomas,

and a privately-owned island

in the Caribbean. The vessel

is called the “Freedom of the

Seas” and she is absolutely

gorgeous!

The inspiration for this

project was an attempt to find

unique and “out-of-the-box”

ways to provide social and fellowship

opportunities for our

membership that promotes

relationship-building over

straight business networking.

Just handing out a business

card does not guarantee

that people will remember a

businessperson when their

services are needed in the

community. The best guarantee

of generating REAL

LEADS is by personal referral

from people who really knows

each other. You can have a

pack of business cards from

all kinds of networking events,

but when someone needs a

plumber, people are more

inclined to recommend someone

they’ve already done business

with or gotten to know

through a shared project or

event than someone they just

met at a net-

working function.

Families are also an integral

part of what we do, both in

business and in civic involvement,

yet businesspeople

often attend Chamber events

on their own without involving

the rest of their family.

Whether families just provide

support from home, or

actively volunteer or work in

town as well, their support or

lack thereof can have a significant

impact on a person’s personal

success. Taking them

on a Chamber cruise can be

a great way to thank them for

their time and energy in the

quest to make your work the

best it can be. It can also be a

great way for families to meet

the people they hear about at

the end of the day — people

their loved ones work and

volunteer with during work

hours.

The Chamber would LOVE

to see a large number of residents

take advantage of this

great trip. The deposit to hold

a spot is only $100 through

Oct. 15, with no additional payments

due until March 2012.

Third and fourth registrations

(for kids,

primarily)

in a cabin

are MUCH

reduced

from the

first and

second

c a b i n

rates.

In comparison

to

other vacationpackages,

a

cruise like

this is a

very costefficient

vacation

for a family

of any size.

The rates

for this cruise start at $669

per person for an interior

room and include a $50 on

board credit. And, this cruise

is not just for Chamber members!

Anyone can join this

cruise, and can bring neighbors,

clients, friends, family,

or co-workers and their families,

friends, etc. This cruise

is open to all. It is a fundraiser

for the Chamber and the more

rooms that are booked, the

more money the Chamber

makes to fund programming

for business development in

Fuquay-Varina.

So, sign up today!! Call

Dawn or Brian at CruiseOne

and get that $100/person deposit

in before Oct. 15. The

Dorr’s can be reached at (919)

577-6674 and the website for

the cruise is located at http://

bit.ly/rbkYBF.

New Hope Valley Railway

Experience a bit of North Carolina history!

Ride the world famous New Hope Valley Railway!

Ride the Halloween Trains!

Travel through the spooky

woodlands of the Triangle as

all the witches and goblins

and ghosts come out to play!

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perwork submitted to Wake County by Oct.

14 as well. Day in Downtown will be held

rain or shine. There is no cost to attend and

parking is free.

The Fuquay-Varina Area Chamber of

Commerce is a private, voluntary nonprofit

organization of businesses and professional

people dedicated to improving the

economic environment of our community

and fostering the development of business

growth and prosperity. Through regular

networking events, access to business resources,

cooperative advertising, and a variety

of dynamic community partnerships,

the Chamber serves a robust membership

of more than 450 businesses. Fuquay-

Varina encompasses two thriving historic

downtown centers affording access to a

wealth of product, services and amenities,

For more information about the Chamber,

its activities, or how to establish your own

business or home in our community, contact

the Chamber by calling 919-552-4947

or visiting us online at www.fuquay-varina.

com.

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The New Hope Valley Railway is located off Old US1 in the historic

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Upcoming

Chamber

Events

n Oct. 13 ~ Business After Hours at

Comfort Inn; 5:30 – 7 p.m.

n Oct. 14 ~ Ground-breaking Ceremony

for Universal Healthcare-Fuquay

at 410 S. Judd Parkway; 11 a.m.

n Oct. 17 ~ Candidate Forum #3 at

STARS Theater & Art Center; 7-9 p.m.

n Oct. 18 ~ Chamber 101 Class at

Chamber offices; 9 a.m.

n Oct. 19 ~ Mandatory Meeting of

Stage Participants for Day in Downtown;

6 p.m.

n Oct. 28 ~ Wake Up! Fuquay-Varina

Networking Breakfast @ Golden Corral;

8 a.m. ($5/person)

n Oct. 29 ~ Day in Downtown Street

Festival in Fuquay Historic District; 10

a.m. – 4 p.m.

n Nov. 2 ~ Brown Bag Lunch at

Chamber Office; 12 noon – “Building

Your Financial House”

n Nov. 7 ~ Notary Public Class at

Chamber Office; 9 a.m.– 4 p.m. ($115/

person)

n Nov. 8 ~ Chamber 101 Class at

Chamber offices; 9 a.m.

Call 552-4947 to RSVP for any of

these events.

Kroger gets a surprise

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(Four Oaks Bank), Lauren Keilman (Four Oaks Bank), Fred McGhee

(Kroger manager), James Harte (Harte Electric), Jeannette Farrell

(Kangen Alkaline Water), Donna Friery (Edward Jones-Robin Wellings

Loftus), and Amy Freeman (Williamson Insurance & Financial Services.

Chamber welcomes

PuroClean

Mayor John Byrne (left) and Chamber of Commerce Executive

Director Tommy Broadwell (right) help celebrate the opening

of PuroClean’s new offices in the basement of Stephens ACE

Hardware on Broad Street in Fuquay-Varina. Owner Kevin Oakley

(center left) and Business Development Manager Betty Ann

Crump (center right) cut the ribbon on Sept. 14.

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Kelly Griffith

Garner News Editor

Readers of all ages can

delight as local author

Carol Crane visits David

Anthony’s on Saturday,

Oct. 15 for a book signing

from 1 to 3 p.m.

Crane wrote “T is for

Tarheel,” one of 51 books

used to share the history

and beauty of each state

and Washington, D.C.,

using letters and numbers.

“The good thing about

these books is every year

there’s a new fourth grader

that needs to learn about

his state,” Crane said. “It’s

just been a marvelous way

for children to get to know

their country.”

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enjoy this. And you don’t have

to eat out at an Italian restaurant,

when you can easily prepare

this speciality at home.

This recipe also makes for a

wonderful appetizer. Just slice

thin and your guests will love

it.

Recently,

we had a

family get

together.

With our

three kid’s

jobs and locations

in

opposite directions,

it’s

not always

easy to have

everybody

available at

the same

time. While

planning

the menu, I

knew they’d be arriving at different

times. I wanted to have

something ready and waiting.

Immediately, making Stromboli

came to mind! While their

views and thoughts may have

always been different, one

thing they can always agree

on. Stromboli, always a family

favorite! Here are two variations.

Hope you will try and

enjoy!

Stromboli

2 loaves frozen bread

1 lb. cooked hamburger

1/2 lb. provolone cheese,

sliced

½ lb. salami or deli ham,

sliced

1/2 lb. Mozzarella cheese,

sliced or shredded

Parmesan cheese

Oregano or Italian Seasoning

and Garlic Salt and pepper

to taste

OR

2 loaves frozen bread

1 lb. cooked sausage

½ lb. provolone cheese,

sliced

½ lb. salami or deli ham,

sliced

½ lb. Mozzarella cheese,

sliced or shredded

Parmesan cheese

Oregano or Italian Seasoning

and Garlic Salt and pepper

to taste

Allow frozen bread dough to

thaw and rise according to directions.

Sprinkle work space

Each page has lines of

rhyming text that help

children as young as Kindergarten

age learn about

their state.

But the books have many

different uses. Some have

used the books as tour

guides on vacation, while

Crane plans to use the

with flour, oregano, garlic salt

and pepper to taste in a rectangle.

Place thawed bread

dough on mixture and turn to

coat sides well. Roll out to form

large rectangle.

In middle of each rectangle

layer in order:

Cooked hamburger or sausage

Provolone cheese

Salami or deli ham

Mozzarella cheese

Sprinkle top with season-

South Carolina book to

help teach students math

in Charleston.

Crane, who moved to

Holly Springs seven years

ago, has worked on seven

of the books in the series,

more than any other

author associated with

the Sleeping Bear Press

series. She has enjoyed

spending time in each

state she writes about –

going white water rafting

in North Carolina and dog

sledding in Alaska. She

takes photos of all of her

adventures to help her

recall details and to help

the artist that hand draws

each picture in the books.

Crane said she loves

ings and Parmesan cheese to

taste. Fold one side over, then

the other side towards the

middle. Pinch and seal sides.

Sprinkle Parmesan cheese

on top and pat down. Place

Stromboli on greased cookie

sheet (which has been sprinkled

with corn meal, optional).

Bake at 375 to 400 degrees

for 20 to 30 minutes or until

golden brown. This can be

made ahead and frozen.

ALW

Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011 – 9A

Local author shares love of learning at David Anthony’s

photo by AnitA Weekes

Making stromboli at home is simple, with delicious results.

Stromboli – A simple,

easy family favorite

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Cooking

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teaching children something

new, but her big hope

for the book signing is just

to share the stories with

readers young and old.

“I hope that teachers

will come in and see what

a valuable resource (the

book) is,” she said. “I hope

students will come in and

meet a real author.”

David Anthony’s is located

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St. in Fuquay. Call 919-552-

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♫ Front Porch Music ♫

Sunday, October 16 th 5-7 PM

313 South Fuquay Ave

(near Downtown Fire Station)

FREE to the Public

Meet Ed Ridpath, Fuquay-Varina Town Board

Candidate and his family. Tour landmark home.

Enjoy refreshments. Listen to local musicians.

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10A – Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Rosa Fattahi

Correspondent

Urban legend and folklore

says that you can

stand raw eggs on end during

the vernal and autumnal

equinoxes, also known

as the first day of spring

and fall. So, some students

at Holly Springs charter

high school Southern

Wake Academy decided to

test the theory last week

in Ms. Tammy Tollison’s

Physical Science class.

On Friday, Sept. 23, the

first day of fall this year,

several Southern Wake

Academy high school students

conducted an experiment

to test the theory.

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Using a raw egg works

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inside a hard shell, all balancing

on an axis.

In order to conduct the

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had to exercise patience

and dexterity. On a balanced

and level surface,

the egg was held by the

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Perhaps what really

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experiment successful

after a mere two attempts

was the source of the eggs

themselves.

They were donated by

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computer teacher Christy

Students in Ms. Tollison’s

physical science

class are pleased with

their successful experiment.

Pictured, from

left, are Southern

Wake Academy students

Arianna Pappas,

Tom Broadhurst, and

Tyler Williamson.

Contributed photos

Students balance egg on autumnal equinox

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Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011 – 1B

U12 Flames: Columbus Day Classic Soccer Champs

One of the more important

parts of North Carolina’s (recently

fragile) economy is the tourism

industry. When hurricanes strike

or floods impair the tourism industry,

the entire state feels the

effects. It is because of this that

when something relatively new is

added to the list of tourist attractions

in our state, our government

takes a lot of interest in this new

source of income.

Visitors to our state come in

search of relaxation, sun, golf,

fishing and hunting and other

outdoor oriented sports but it is

a little unusual

when the visi-

tors come to

North Carolina

in search

of something

that is literally

millions

of years old

and is of great

interest to a

selected few

scientists.

One of the

focal points

of this new

source of the

tourist’s dol-

lars is the shark tooth hunter.

The epicenter for this growing

industry seems to be centered

around the small eastern North

Carolina town of Aurora where a

large Canadian mining company

by the name of Potash Corporation

(PC) now operates the Lee

Creek Phosphate Mine. Originally

coming to North Carolina

some 50 years ago as Texas Gulf

Sulfur (TGS) the mining of the

valuable phosphate ore from this

Beaufort County site has changes

ownership several times over the

years. Potash Corporation (PC) is

the current owner of what has become

known as the “largest phosphate

mine in the world.”

While this huge Canadian

company (one of the ten largest

companies in Canada) collects

the valuable phosphate ore from

deep underground it uses massive

equipment to strip-off the overburden

of fossils and other assorted

lesser valuable resources.

Much of this “overburden of fossils,”

while not of any use to the

mining company, becomes known

as “reject rock” and is a source of

great interest to historians and archeologists

because it is a source

of information about the plants

and animals that existed on this

planet millions of years ago. Of

particular interest to many are the

untold billions of fossilized sharks

teeth that are being uncovered as

the mine digs up even more of the

Beaufort County landscape to get

at the phosphate ore.

Several years ago the little

town of Aurora decided to capitalize

on the natural resources

of fossils being dug up from the

nearby mine and use this as a

tourist attraction. A small but

well-done fossil museum was

begun in Aurora and the visitors

started to visit the town with visions

of dinosaurs and other prehistoric

animals in their heads. A

full-blown Fossil Festival followed

and Aurora began to attract worldwide

acclaim as being a Mecca for

fossil hunters.

It seems that several European

and countries have become really

enamored with this source

of fossils with particular interest

centered on the millions of years

old shark’s teeth being uncovered

near Aurora. In increasing

numbers these specialized fossil

hunters are traveling from around

the world to visit Aurora, North

Carolina seeking fossils and, in

particular, shark’s teeth. Over

the past few weeks three visiting

tourist from Holland (the Netherlands)

have been digging through

the rocks and clays of Eastern

North Carolina and adding literally

thousands of shark’s teeth to

their already huge collections of

these fossils.

Two of these visitors, Cor de

Visser and Willhem Zanderink

were very high-ranking police

officers in Holland while Hans

Kamphius, a geologists, was the

Director of the Mineral Museum

in Borculo, Holland. The three

shared a common goal of gathering

shark’s teeth and other fossils

from the Pungo and Yorktown

Formations at the Lee Creek

Phosphate Mine owned by the

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan,

Canada.

Hoping to have gained some

limited access to actually enter

the huge open pit mine owned

by the Potash Corp. mine at Lee

Creek in order to dig for fossils in

some of the layers of overburden

known to hold vast numbers of

fossilized shark’s teeth, the visitors

were frustrated by the very

restricted access to this area. The

recent visit by Hurricane Irene

and the resulting flooding had

left not only the mine itself but

the surrounding countryside in

disrepair so their digging expeditions

were limited to digging in a

huge pile of reject rock owned by

the A-Wall Bulkheading and Dock

Construction Company in Aurora.

The three Hollanders would rise

early every morning, don their

coveralls and boots and, with

loads of suntan lotion and insect

repellant on hand, proceed to the

reject rock pile and begin their

search for shark teeth. Literally

crawling over and through the

thousands of tons of fossils and

clay their work was backbreaking

and eye-straining as even the tiniest

of teeth were added to already

bulging collecting bags and held

for the evening’s sorting out and

classifying their finds.

Every individual species of

shark’s teeth is unique and by

closely examining the teeth the

sharks exact species can be determined.

It is not unusual for the

collectors of sharks teeth to discover

an entirely new and, until

now, unknown, species of shark

from over a million years ago. For

the shark tooth collector, making

such a discovery is the ultimate

thrill. I suppose one could compare

this to a coin or stamp collector’s

finding a very rare coin or

stamp.

Once a new species of prehistoric

shark is discovered the

new scientific name of the shark

usually reflects the name of the

person who discovered this new

species and may refer to the place

that the new species was discovered

and also might reflect something

that’s unique to the new

species. For instance, the massive

(Est. 90 feet long) prehistoric

great white shark goes by the

scientific name of Carcharodon

megalodon. (Carcharodon=genus.—

megalodon=species. megalodon=

a Greek word meaning “Big

tooth”). Should a modern day

shark’s tooth collector identify a

fossilized shark’s tooth here in

Eastern North Carolina belonging

to a hitherto unknown species

of great white shark it might be

named Carcharodon bubbadon

in honor of the discoverer of the

FVAA U12 Flames Red brought

home the gold over the weekend.

The girls, coached by Larry

Henson, went undefeated in

four games, scoring 17 points

and allowing only 1 goal. Pictured

in the top row from left

are Coach Larry Henson, Olivia

Baez, Carissa Olivares, Hannah

Nutt, Amanda Claudio, Amanda

Sales, Abigail Burke; bottom

row, Sarah Frost, Kristin Davis,

Jordan Kaplan, Alexis Noel, Angelina

Anderson.

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Outdoorsmen Visit Eastern N.C. To “Hunt” Shark’s Teeth

In the

outdoors

Fred

Bonner

Warriors

place

in national

tourney

The Fuquay-Varina Tri County Warriors

girls Basketball team placed

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National Tournament held late

summer in Myrtle Beach, SC. The

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Miller, Armoni Guy; middle,

Camille Baker, Jalisia Campbell,

Tiana Hunter, Kiyana Stokes; top

row, HC Charles Baker, Shebria

Kersey, Maya Banks, Assistant

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This fossilized sharks tooth may look small but, after carefully

identifying it, it could turn out to be from a prehistoric

shark of a species that is entirely new to science. These

fossil hunters are as dedicated to their sport as many

whitetail deer hunters are to their chosen sport. Finding

a rare tooth, systematically determining its origins and

former owner’s identity and assigning to it to an entirely

new scientific name is one of the goals of these rather

unique “hunters.”

new species. After their day’s digging

the Hollanders would retire

to the Hickory Point peninsula

community of Isle Vue Beach

where they would have supper

and spread their day’s findings

on a table to begin to clean and

sort the shark’s teeth by species.

Each hunter had a well written

and worn identification key to the

species of prehistoric sharks and

magnifying glasses aided them

in the intricate work of pinning

down the exact species of sharks

that originally owned the teeth.

The hundreds of teeth were then

placed on heavy zip-loc bags and

made ready for transport back to

Holland.

As I watched the three Dutch

fossil hunters pack their suitcases

with heavy fossils and ready them

for their flights back to Holland

I wondered just how they were

going to get around the weight

limitations an the airlines. I don’t

think they would have worried

even if their excess baggage

fees had amounted to thousands

of dollars. Those shark’s teeth

were headed back to Holland with

them.

It’s very understandable that

Potash Corp. wouldn’t allow these

scientists to actually get into the

open pit phosphate mine near Aurora.

The American mining laws

are very strict when it comes to

safety within the actual mine but

it would seem reasonable if some

“special” piles of reject rock could

be set aside for scientists or tourist

that travel from across the

Atlantic Ocean to collect these

valuable prehistoric relics that

could be unique to our area. With

a lot of emphasis being placed on

jobs and the economy these days

we need the tourism business to

go along with the Canadian heavy

mining industry. The Aurora Fossil

Museum does a good job of answering

some of the educational

needs of school children and the

average fossil collectors but the

potential for bringing into our

state some heavy-duty scientists

might add a lot to bringing in the

tourist’s dollars we so desire.

Maybe if we could discover a new

prehistoric shark species through

it’s fossilized teeth and give it a

new scientific name of Carcharodon

pcsodon it might spark more

interest in Potash Corp in keeping

its public relations interest on

an even keel.


2B – Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Legals

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF WAKE

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 10SP5298

AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE

SALE

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST FROM

ANTONIO SEAWELL AND MARISSA

SEAWELL, TO NEUSE INCORPORATED,

TRUSTEE, DATED DECEMBER 30,

2005 RECORDED IN BOOK 11761,

PAGE 1627, WAKE COUNTY REGISTRY

Pursuant to an order entered March

16, 2011, in the Superior Court for

Wake County, and the power of sale

contained in the captioned deed of

trust (Deed of Trust), the under-

signed Substitute Trustee will offer

for sale at auction, to the highest

bidder for cash, AT THE COURT-

HOUSE DOOR IN RALEIGH, WAKE

COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA

ON OCTOBER 24, 2011 11:00 AM

the real estate and the improvements

thereon encumbered by the Deed of

Trust, less and except any of such

property released from the lien of the

deed of trust prior to the date of this

sale, lying and being in Wake County,

North Carolina, and being more par-

ticularly described as follows: BEING

all of Lot 115, Woodchase Subdivi-

sion, Phase 3, as shown on map re-

corded in Book of Maps 2003, Page

1083, Wake County Registry. In the

Trustees sole discretion, the sale may

be delayed for up to one (1) hour as

provided in Section 45-21.23 of the

North Carolina General Statutes. The

record owners of the real property

not more than ten days prior to the

date hereof are Antonio Seawell and

Marissa Seawell. A five percent cash

deposit, or a cash deposit of

$750.00, whichever is greater, will be

required of the last and highest bid-

der. The balance of the bid purchase

price shall be due in full in cash or

certified funds at a closing to take

place within thirty (30) days of the

date of sale. The undersigned Substi-

tute Trustee shall convey title to the

property by nonwarranty deed.

This sale will be made subject to all

prior liens of record, if any, and to all

unpaid (ad valorem) taxes and spe-

cial assessments, if any, which be-

came a lien subsequent to the recor-

dation of the Deed of Trust. This sale

will be further subject to the right, if

any, of the United States of America

to redeem the above-described

property for a period of 120 days

following the date when the final up-

set bid period has run. The purchaser

of the property described above shall

pay the Clerks Commissions in the

amount of $.45 per $100.00 of the

purchase price (up to a maximum

amount of $500.00), required by

Section 7A308(a)(1) of the North

Carolina General Statutes. If the pur-

chaser of the above described prop-

erty is someone other than the Bene-

ficiary under the Deed of Trust, the

purchaser shall also pay, to the ex-

tent applicable, the land transfer tax

in the amount of one percent (1%) of

the purchase price. To the extent this

sale involves residential property

with less than fifteen (15) rental

units, you are hereby notified of the

following:

a. An order for possession of the

property may be issued pursuant to

Section 45-21.29 of the North Caro-

lina General Statutes in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession by the clerk of

superior court of the county in which

the property is sold; and

b. Any person who occupies the

property pursuant to a rental agree-

ment entered into or renewed on or

after October 1, 2007, may, after re-

ceiving the notice of sale, terminate

the rental agreement upon 10 days

written notice to the landlord. Upon

termination of a rental agreement,

the tenant is liable for rent due under

the rental agreement prorated to the

effective date of the termination.

This 14th day of September, 2011

POYNER SPRUILL LLP

Deborah Sperati

Attorneys for Spruillco, Ltd.

130 S. Franklin Street; P.O. Box 353,

Rocky Mount, NC 27802

Telephone: (252) 972-7067

FCB003-00000208

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, WAKE

COUNTY, IN THE GENERAL COURT OF

JUSTICE, DISTRICT COURT DIVISION

NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY

PUBLICATION, FILE NO.01-CVD-7966

JOSEPH OCONNER MAYNARD and

DEBRA ANN MAYNARD, Plaintiffs

v.

CRYSTAL ANN DORMAN (now

MCCLAIN) and ERIC B. JONES,

Defendants

TO: ERIC B. JONES

TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking

relief against you has been filed in

the above-entitled action. The nature

of the relief being sought is as fol-

lows: MOTION TO MODIFY CUSTODY.

You are required to make defense to

such pleading not later than the 14th

day of November, 2011, and upon

your failure to do so, the party who is

seeking service against you will apply

to the Court for the relief sought.

This the 22nd day of September,

2011.

CRYSTAL ANN MCCLAIN, Defendant

2005 Treetop Road

Clayton, NC 27527

919-553-0634 or 919-239-9787

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF WAKE

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBT-

ORS Of Blanche M. Krein DECEASED

The undersigned having qualified as

Administrator, of the estate of

Blanche M. Krein, deceased, late of

Wake County, this is to notify all per-

sons, firms and corporations having

claims against said estate to exhibit

them to the undersigned on or be-

fore the 30th day of December,

2011, or be barred from their recov-

ery. All persons indebted to said es-

tate are asked to please make imme-

diate payment to the undersigned.

This the 28th day of September,

2011.

Ann Stanley

10916 Stage Drive

Raleigh, NC 27603

BMK FV 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19

Notice to Creditors

Having qualified as Administrator of

the Estate of Dennis Lee Brown, late

of Wake County, North Carolina, the

undersigned does hereby notify all

persons, firms and corporations hav-

ing claims against the estate of said

decedent to exhibit them to the un-

dersigned at c/o Linda F. Johnson,

Attorney at Law, P.O. Box 446, 114

Raleigh Street, Fuquay-Varina, North

Carolina 27526, on or before the

12th day of January, 2012, or this

notice will be pleaded in bar of their

recovery. All persons, firms and cor-

porations indebted to the said estate

will please make immediate payment

to the undersigned.

This the 28th day of September,

2011.

Wendy Brown, Administrator of the

Estate of Dennis Lee Brown

c/o Linda F. Johnson

Attorney at Law

P.O. Box 446

114 Raleigh Street, Fuquay-Varina,

North Carolina 27526

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NORTH CAROLINA

WAKE COUNTY

All persons, firms and corporations

having claims against Patrick Leigh

Pendry, deceased, of Wake County,

NC, are notified to exhibit the same

to the undersigned on or before De-

cember 30, 2011, or this notice will

be pleaded in bar of recovery.

Debtors of the decedent are asked to

make immediate payment.

This 28th day of September, 2011.

Michael Leigh Pendry, Administrator

3653 Wickersham Way

Raleigh, NC 27604

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Notice to Creditors

Having qualified as Executor of the

estate of the late Elizabeth Jan

Blanchard formerly of 6408 Willake

Court, Holly Springs, Wake County,

North Carolina, the undersigned does

hereby notify all persons, firms and

corporations having claims against

the estate of said decedent to exhibit

them to the attorney of the under-

signed at Wallace Mercogliano, PA,

7621 Purfoy Road, Suite 222,

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina

27526 on or before the 31st day of

December, 2011, or this notice will

be pleaded in bar of their recovery.

All persons, firms and corporations

indebted to the said estate will

please make immediate payment to

the undersigned.

This the 28th day of September,

2011.

Robert C. Blanchard, Executor of the

Estate of Elizabeth Jan Blanchard

Janna M. Wallace, Esq.

Wallace Mercogliano, PA

7621 Purfoy Road, Suite 222

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF WAKE

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBT-

ORS Of Hersey Smith Hester

DECEASED

The undersigned having qualified as

Executrix, of the estate of Hersey

Smith Hester, deceased, late of Wake

County, this is to notify all persons,

firms and corporations having claims

against said estate to exhibit them to

the undersigned on or before the

30th day of December, 2011, or be

barred from their recovery. All per-

sons indebted to said estate are

asked to please make immediate

payment to the undersigned.

This the 28th day of September,

2011.

Elaine Smith Reardon

762 Clayton Road

Angier, NC 27501

HSH FV 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19

Notice to Creditors

Having qualified as Collector of the

Estate of Keith R. Schroeder, late of

Wake County, North Carolina, the

undersigned does hereby notify all

persons, firms and corporations hav-

ing claims against the estate of said

decedent to exhibit them to the un-

dersigned at c/o Linda F. Johnson,

Attorney at Law, P.O. Box 446, 114

Raleigh Street, Fuquay-Varina, North

Carolina 27526, on or before the

28th day of December, 2011, or this

notice will be pleaded in bar of their

recovery. All persons, firms and cor-

porations indebted to the said estate

will please make immediate payment

to the undersigned.

This the 13th day of September,

2011.

Manfred Schroeder, Collector of the

Estate of Keith R. Schroeder

c/o Linda F. Johnson

Attorney at Law

P.O. Box 446

114 Raleigh Street

Fuquay-Varina, N.C. 27526

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Having qualified as Executor of the

Estate of Michael A. Lahoud, late of

1905 Grove Point Court, Raleigh,

North Carolina 27609, the under-

signed does hereby notify all per-

sons, firms and corporations having

claims against the estate of said de-

cedent to exhibit them to the under-

signed at PO Box 711, Raleigh, Wake

County, North Carolina 27602, on or

before the 16th day of January 2012,

or this notice will be pleaded in bar

of their recovery. All persons, firms

and corporations indebted to the

said estate will please make immedi-

ate payment to the undersigned.

This the 30th day of September,

2011.

Garland L. Askew, Executor of the

Estate of Michael A. Lahoud

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF WAKE

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBT-

ORS Of Mozelle H. Carroll DECEASED

The undersigned having qualified as

Co-Executors, of the estate of

Mozelle H. Carroll, deceased, late of

Wake County, this is to notify all per-

sons, firms and corporations having

claims against said estate to exhibit

them to the undersigned on or be-

fore the 23rd day of December,

2011, or be barred from their recov-

ery. All persons indebted to said es-

tate are asked to please make imme-

diate payment to the undersigned.

This the 21st day of September,

2011.

Donna Carroll Watkins

8516 Bells Lake Road

Apex, NC 27539

Connie Lynn Carroll

8524 Bells Lake Road

Apex, NC 27539

Russell K. Carroll, Jr.

8529 Bells Lake Road

Apex, NC 27539

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF WAKE

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBT-

ORS Of Raymond Glenn Haire

DECEASED

The undersigned having qualified as

Administrator, of the estate of Ray-

mond Glenn Haire, deceased, late of

Wake County, this is to notify all per-

sons, firms and corporations having

claims against said estate to exhibit

them to the undersigned on or be-

fore the 14th day of January, 2012,

or be barred from their recovery. All

persons indebted to said estate are

asked to please make immediate

payment to the undersigned.

This the 12th day of October, 2011.

Jenny Woodrow Haire

1212 Wishaw Court

Cary, NC 27511

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF WAKE

NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBT-

ORS Of Sharon Denise Moser Livesay

Holloman DECEASED

The undersigned having qualified as

Administrator, of the estate of

Sharon Denise Moser Livesay Hollo-

man, deceased, late of Wake County,

this is to notify all persons, firms and

corporations having claims against

said estate to exhibit them to the un-

dersigned on or before the 7th day of

January, 2012, or be barred from

their recovery. All persons indebted

to said estate are asked to please

make immediate payment to the un-

dersigned.

This the 5th day of October, 2011.

David A. Livesay, Jr.

600 Karen Drive

Willow Spring, NC 27592

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that a public

hearing will be held before the Plan-

ning Board of the Town of

Fuquay-Varina, NC on Monday Octo-

ber 17, 2011 at 7 p.m. or as soon

thereafter as possible in the Town

Hall Board room of the Town of Fu-

quay-Varina to consider amending

the Town Code of Ordinances, Article

L, Off-Street Parking and Service Re-

quirements, Section 9-4123, Mini-

mum Number of Parking Spaces Re-

quired. (Reference CTA-2011-04).

This request is subject to change due

to the discussion, debate and possi-

ble objections at the public hearing.

All interested persons will be heard.

To accommodate disabilities and to

comply with ADA regulations, please

contact the Town office if you need

assistance. For further information

visit the Town of Fuquay-Varina

website at www.fuquay-varina.org or

call the Planning Department at

919-552-1429.

Town of Fuquay-Varina

Planning Director

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

WAKE COUNTY

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 11 SP 4208

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXE-

CUTED BY HOUSEMAN CUSTOM

HOMES, INC., RECORDED IN BOOK

12163, PAGES 818 ET SEQ. ON SEP-

TEMBER 12, 2006, IN THE WAKE

COUNTY REGISTRY, BY RYAN J. AD-

AMS, APPOINTED SUBSTITUTE TRUS-

TEE BY INSTRUMENT RECORDED IN

BOOK 14060, PAGES 2305, ET SEQ.

IN THE WAKE COUNTY REGISTRY.

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES

FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROP-

ERTY AND FIXTURES Under and by

virtue of the power and authority

contained in the Deed of Trust and

Security Agreement executed and

delivered by Houseman Custom

Homes, Inc. (Grantor) dated Septem-

ber 11, 2006, and recorded on Sep-

tember 12, 2006, in Book 012163,

Pages 818, et seq., Wake County

Registry (the Deed of Trust), and be-

cause of defaults in the payment of

the indebtedness secured by the

Deed of Trust, and pursuant to the

Order of the Superior Court for Wake

County, North Carolina, entered in

this foreclosure proceeding, the un-

dersigned, Ryan J. Adams, Substitute

Trustee by instrument recorded in

Book 14060, Pages 2305, et seq. of

the Wake County Registry, will ex-

pose for sale at public auction, to the

highest bidder for cash, those certain

tracts of real property and fixtures

located in Wake County, North Caro-

lina (including any improvements

thereon) is more particularly de-

scribed as follows: Being all of Lot

2724 Bedford at Falls River, Phase

30, 32, 33, 35 and 36 as shown on

Book of Maps 2006, Page

1208-1216, Wake County Registry.

The record owner of the above-de-

scribed real property as reflected by

the records in the Wake County Reg-

istry not more than ten (10) days

prior to posting this Notice is the

Grantor. The above-described real

property and fixtures will be sold

subject to any and all superior mort-

gages, deeds of trust and liens, in-

cluding, without limitation, the lien

of all unpaid ad valorem taxes and

assessments, as well as easements,

conditions, restrictions and other

matters of record filed prior to the

Deed of Trust.

The above-described property will be

sold AS IS, WHERE IS. The property is

not being sold subject to or together

with any subordinate rights or inter-

ests. Neither the Substitute Trustee,

nor the holder of the Note secured by

the Deed of Trust being foreclosed,

nor the officers, directors, attorneys,

employees, agents or authorized

representatives of either the Substi-

tute Trustee or the holder of the Note

make any representation or warranty

relating to the title or any physical,

environmental, health or safety con-

ditions existing in, on, at or relating

to the property being sold, and any

and all responsibilities or liabilities

arising out of or in any way relating

to any such conditions expressly are

disclaimed. Pursuant to N.C.G.S. Sec-

tion 45-21.10 and the terms of the

Deed of Trust, any successful bidder

may be required to deposit with the

Substitute Trustee immediately upon

conclusion of the sale a cash deposit

or certified check in an amount not

to exceed the greater of five percent

(5%) of the amount of the bid or

$750.00. Any successful bidder shall

be required to tender the full balance

purchase price so bid, in cash or cer-

tified check, at the time the Substi-

tute Trustee tenders to the success-

ful bidder a deed for the property or

attempts to tender such deed, and

should said successful bidder fail to

pay the full balance purchase price

so bid at that time, the successful

bidder shall remain liable on the bid

as provided for in N.C.G.S. Sections

45-21.30 (d) and (e). The owner and

holder of the indebtedness secured

by the Deed of Trust may make a

credit bid. This sale will be held

open for upset bids as required by

law. Please be advised that an order

for possession of the property may

be issued by the Clerk of the Supe-

rior Court of Wake County pursuant

to N.C.G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession. Please be fur-

ther advised that any person who oc-

cupies the property pursuant to a

rental agreement entered into or re-

newed on or after October 1, 2007,

may after receiving this notice of

sale, terminate the rental agreement

upon 10 days written notice to the

landlord. Upon termination of any

such rental agreement the tenant is

liable for rent due under the rental

agreement prorated to the effective

date of the termination. The sale will

be held open for ten (10) days for

upset bid as the law requires.

DATE OF SALE: October 13, 2011

HOUR OF SALE: 11: 00 A.M.

PLACE OF SALE: Downstairs on Salis-

bury Street Side of Courthouse

Wake County Courthouse

316 Fayetteville Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27602

Please note that although the prop-

erty described below is described in

the Deed of Trust, THE PROPERTY

DESCRIBED BELOW IS NOT BEING

SOLD AT THIS FORECLOSURE SALE:

BEING ALL OF LOTS 2738, 2781, and

2793 Bedford at Falls River, Phase

30, 32, 33, 35 and 36 as shown on

Book of Maps 2006, Page 1208

-1216, Wake County Registry.

This the 21st day of September,

2011.

Ryan J. Adams

Shirley & Adams, PLLC

N.C. State Bar No. 27687

115 West Morgan Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

Telephone: 919.899.6278

Facsimile: 919.899.6279

E-mail:

ryanadams@shirley-adams.com

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NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS

BY PUBLICATION

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

WAKE COUNTY

IN THE DISTRICT COURT

ROBERT VOGT

vs.

WENDY VOGT

11 CVD 7135

TO: Wendy Vogt

TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking

relief against you has been filed in

the above entitled action. The nature

of the relief sought is as follows: di-

vorce based on one year's separation.

You are entitled to make a defense to

such pleadings not later than the

21st day of November, 2011, said

date being forty (40) days from the

first date of this publications notice,

and upon your failure to do so, the

party seeking service against you will

apply to the Court for the relief

sought.

This the 12th day of October, 2011.

Susan D. Hendrick

Hendrick Law Firm, PLLC

Attorney for Robert Vogt

Post Office Box 956

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526

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SOUTHVIEW SELF STORAGE

6008 NC HWY 55 South

Fuquay-Varina, NC, 27526

Has a Possessory lien on all of the

goods stored in the prospective units

below:

NAME UNIT#

Vincent Bond 109

Vincent Bond 232

Alberta Williams 278

Eileen Rustad 329

George Rodrigues 331

Anita Stancil 419

All property in units listed above are

being sold to the assertion of liens at

the location of Southview Self Stor-

age, 6008 NC HWY 55 South, Fu-

quay-Varina, NC 27526, on the date

of October 19th, 2011 at the time of

11:00 AM.

This day of September 28th, 2011.

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

WAKE COUNTY

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 11 SP 4210

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXE-

CUTED BY HOUSEMAN CUSTOM

HOMES, INC., RECORDED IN BOOK

12163, PAGES 835, ET SEQ. ON SEP-

TEMBER 12, 2006, IN THE WAKE

COUNTY REGISTRY, BY RYAN ADAMS,

APPOINTED SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE BY

INSTRUMENT RECORDED IN BOOK

14060, PAGES 2308, ET SEQ. IN THE

WAKE COUNTY REGISTRY.

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES

FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROP-

ERTY AND FIXTURES Under and by

virtue of the power and authority

contained in the Deed of Trust and

Security Agreement executed and

delivered by Houseman Custom

Homes, Inc. (Grantor) dated Septem-

ber 11, 2006, and recorded on Sep-

tember 12, 2006, in Book 012163,

Pages 835, et seq., Wake County

Registry (the Deed of Trust), and be-

cause of defaults in the payment of

the indebtedness secured by the

Deed of Trust, and pursuant to the

Order of the Superior Court for Wake

County, North Carolina, entered in

this foreclosure proceeding, the un-

dersigned, Ryan J. Adams, Substitute

Trustee by instrument recorded in

Book 14060, Pages 2308, et seq. of

the Wake County Registry, will ex-

pose for sale at public auction, to the

highest bidder for cash, those certain

tracts of real property and fixtures

located in Wake County, North Caro-

lina (including any improvements

thereon) is more particularly de-

scribed as follows: Being all of Lot

2744, Bedford at Falls River, Phase

30, 32, 33, 35 and 36, as shown on

Book of Maps 2006, Pages

1208-1216, Wake County Registry.

The record owner of the above-de-

scribed real property as reflected by

the records in the Wake County Reg-

istry not more than ten (10) days

prior to the posting of this Notice is

the Grantor. The above-described

real property and fixtures will be sold

subject to any and all superior mort-

gages, deeds of trust and liens, in-

cluding, without limitation, the lien

of all unpaid ad valorem taxes and

assessments, as well as easements,

conditions, restrictions and other

matters of record filed prior to the

Deed of Trust. The above-described

property will be sold AS IS, WHERE IS.

The property is not being sold sub-

ject to or together with any subordi-

nate rights or interests. Neither the

Substitute Trustee, nor the holder of

the Note secured by the Deed of

Trust being foreclosed, nor the offi-

cers, directors, attorneys, employees,

agents or authorized representatives

of either the Substitute Trustee or

the holder of the Note make any rep-

resentation or warranty relating to

the title or any physical, environ-

mental, health or safety conditions

existing in, on, at or relating to the

property being sold, and any and all

responsibilities or liabilities arising

out of or in any way relating to any

such conditions expressly are dis-

claimed. Pursuant to N.C.G.S. Section

45-21.10 and the terms of the Deed

of Trust, any successful bidder may

be required to deposit with the Sub-

stitute Trustee immediately upon

conclusion of the sale a cash deposit

or certified check in an amount not

to exceed the greater of five percent

(5%) of the amount of the bid or

$750.00. Any successful bidder shall

be required to tender the full balance

purchase price so bid, in cash or cer-

tified check, at the time the Substi-

tute Trustee tenders to the success-

ful bidder a deed for the property or

attempts to tender such deed, and

should said successful bidder fail to

pay the full balance purchase price

so bid at that time, the successful

bidder shall remain liable on the bid

as provided for in N.C.G.S. Sections

45-21.30 (d) and (e). The owner and

holder of the indebtedness secured

by the Deed of Trust may make a

credit bid. This sale will be held open

for upset bids as required by law.

Please be advised that an order for

possession of the property may be

issued by the Clerk of the Superior

Court of Wake County pursuant to

N.C.G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession. Please be fur-

ther advised that any person who oc-

cupies the property pursuant to a

rental agreement entered into or re-

newed on or after October 1, 2007,

may after receiving this notice of

sale, terminate the rental agreement

upon 10 days written notice to the

landlord. Upon termination of any

such rental agreement the tenant is

liable for rent due under the rental

agreement prorated to the effective

date of the termination. The sale will

be held open for ten (10) days for

upset bid as the law requires.

DATE OF SALE: October 13, 2011

HOUR OF SALE: 11: 00 A.M.

PLACE OF SALE: Downstairs on Salis-

bury Street Side of Courthouse

Wake County Courthouse

316 Fayetteville Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27602

This the 21st day of September,

2011.

Ryan J. Adams

Shirley & Adams, PLLC

N.C. State Bar No. 27687

115 West Morgan Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

Telephone: 919.899.6278

Facsimile: 919.899.6279

E-mail:

ryanadams@shirley-adams.com

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

WAKE COUNTY

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 11 SP 4207

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXE-

CUTED BY HOUSEMAN CUSTOM

HOMES, INC., RECORDED IN BOOK

11983, PAGES 1300, ET SEQ. ON MAY

31, 2006, IN THE WAKE COUNTY

REGISTRY, BY RYAN J. ADAMS, AP-

POINTED SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE BY IN-

STRUMENT RECORDED IN BOOK

14060, PAGES 2299, ET SEQ. IN THE

WAKE COUNTY REGISTRY.

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES

FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROP-

ERTY AND FIXTURES Under and by

virtue of the power and authority

contained in the Deed of Trust and

Security Agreement executed and

delivered by Houseman Custom

Homes, Inc. (Grantor) dated May 26,

2006, and recorded on May 31,

2006, in Book 11983, Pages 1300, et

seq., Wake County Registry (the Deed

of Trust), and because of defaults in

the payment of the indebtedness se-

cured by the Deed of Trust, and pur-

suant to the Order of the Superior

Court for Wake County, North Caro-

lina, entered in this foreclosure pro-

ceeding, the undersigned, Ryan J.

Adams, Substitute Trustee by instru-

ment recorded in Book 14060, Pages

2299, et seq. of the Wake County

Registry, will expose for sale at pub-

lic auction, to the highest bidder for

cash, those certain tracts of real

property and fixtures located in Wake

County, North Carolina (including any

improvements thereon) is more par-

ticularly described as follows:

Being all of Lot 46 & 98, Hasentree

Golf Community, as recorded in Book

of Maps 2006, Pages 829-835, Wake

County Registry. The record owner of

the above-described real property as

reflected by the records in the Wake

County Registry not more than ten

(10) days prior to the posting of this

Notice is the Grantor. The above-de-

scribed real property and fixtures will

be sold subject to any and all supe-

rior mortgages, deeds of trust and

liens, including, without limitation,

the lien of all unpaid ad valorem

taxes and assessments, as well as

easements, conditions, restrictions

and other matters of record filed

prior to the Deed of Trust. The

above-described property will be

sold AS IS, WHERE IS. The property is

not being sold subject to or together

with any subordinate rights or inter-

Legals

of Maps 2006, Pages 829-835, Wake

County Registry. The record owner of

the above-described real property as

reflected by the records in the Wake

County Registry not more than ten

(10) days prior to the posting of this

Notice is the Grantor. The above-de-

scribed real property and fixtures will

be sold subject to any and all supe-

rior mortgages, deeds of trust and

liens, including, without limitation,

the lien of all unpaid ad valorem

taxes and assessments, as well as

easements, conditions, restrictions

and other matters of record filed

prior to the Deed of Trust. The

above-described property will be

sold AS IS, WHERE IS. The property is

not being sold subject to or together

with any subordinate rights or inter-

ests. Neither the Substitute Trustee,

nor the holder of the Note secured by

the Deed of Trust being foreclosed,

nor the officers, directors, attorneys,

employees, agents or authorized

representatives of either the Substi-

tute Trustee or the holder of the Note

make any representation or warranty

relating to the title or any physical,

environmental, health or safety con-

ditions existing in, on, at or relating

to the property being sold, and any

and all responsibilities or liabilities

arising out of or in any way relating

to any such conditions expressly are

disclaimed. Pursuant to N.C.G.S. Sec-

tion 45-21.10 and the terms of the

Deed of Trust, any successful bidder

may be required to deposit with the

Substitute Trustee immediately upon

conclusion of the sale a cash deposit

or certified check in an amount not

to exceed the greater of five percent

(5%) of the amount of the bid or

$750.00. Any successful bidder shall

be required to tender the full balance

purchase price so bid, in cash or cer-

tified check, at the time the Substi-

tute Trustee tenders to the success-

ful bidder a deed for the property or

attempts to tender such deed, and

should said successful bidder fail to

pay the full balance purchase price

so bid at that time, the successful

bidder shall remain liable on the bid

as provided for in N.C.G.S. Sections

45-21.30 (d) and (e). The owner and

holder of the indebtedness secured

by the Deed of Trust may make a

credit bid. This sale will be held open

for upset bids as required by law.

Please be advised that an order for

possession of the property may be

issued by the Clerk of the Superior

Court of Wake County pursuant to

N.C.G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession. Please be fur-

ther advised that any person who oc-

cupies the property pursuant to a

rental agreement entered into or re-

newed on or after October 1, 2007,

may after receiving this notice of

sale, terminate the rental agreement

upon 10 days written notice to the

landlord. Upon termination of any

such rental agreement the tenant is

liable for rent due under the rental

agreement prorated to the effective

date of the termination. The sale will

be held open for ten (10) days for

upset bid as the law requires.

DATE OF SALE: October 13, 2011

HOUR OF SALE: 11: 00 A.M.

PLACE OF SALE: Downstairs on Salis-

bury Street Side of Courthouse

Wake County Courthouse

316 Fayetteville Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27602

This the 21st day of September,

2011.

Ryan J. Adams

Shirley & Adams, PLLC

N.C. State Bar No. 27687

115 West Morgan Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

Telephone: 919.899.6278

Facsimile: 919.899.6279

E-mail:

ryanadams@shirley-adams.com

SA FV 10/5 10/12

NORTH CAROLINA, WAKE COUNTY

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 11 SP 4290

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST FROM

STEPHEN DILGER, INC., DATED FEB-

RUARY 10, 2005, RECORDED IN

BOOK 11217, PAGE 2036, WAKE

COUNTY REGISTRY

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

Pursuant to an order entered Sep-

tember 22, 2011, in the Superior

Court for Wake County, and the

power of sale contained in the cap-

tioned deed of trust (Deed of Trust),

the undersigned Substitute Trustee

will offer for sale at auction, to the

highest bidder for cash, AT THE

COURTHOUSE DOOR IN RALEIGH,

WAKE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA

ON OCTOBER 24, 2011 AT 11:00

A.M. the real estate and the improve-

ments thereon secured by the Deed

of Trust, less and except any of such

property released from the lien of the

deed of trust prior to the date of this

sale, lying and being in Wake County,

North Carolina, and being more par-

ticularly described as follows: Being

all of Lot 10, containing 1.853 acres,

as shown on that plat entitled The

Barony-Cluster Subdivision Lots 1-29

recorded in Book of Maps 2004, Page

2329, Wake County Registry.

Reference is also made to that plat

entitled Recombination Map: The

Barony Lots 10R & 11R, A Cluster

Subdivision, recorded in Book of

Maps 2009, Page 658, Wake County

Registry which designates Lot 10 as

Lot 10R. Subject to Quitclaim Deeds

recorded in Book 13580, Page 1272

and Book 13580, Page 1269 and Af-

fidavit of Correction recorded in Book

13582, Page 567 and in Book 13582,

Page 569, Wake County Registry. In

the Trustees sole discretion, the sale

may be delayed for up to one (1)

hour as provided in Section 45-21.23

of the North Carolina General Stat-

utes. The record owner(s) of the real

property not more than ten days

prior to the date hereof are Stephen

Dilger, Inc. A five percent cash de-

posit, or a cash deposit of $750.00,

whichever is greater, will be required

of the last and highest bidder. The

balance of the bid purchase price

shall be due in full in cash or certi-

fied funds at a closing to take place

within thirty (30) days of the date of

sale. The undersigned Substitute

Trustee shall convey title to the

property by nonwarranty deed. This

sale will be made subject to all prior

liens of record, if any, and to all un-

paid ad valorem taxes and special

assessments, if any, which became a

lien subsequent to the recordation of

the Deed of Trust. This sale will be

further subject to the right, if any, of

the United States of America to re-

deem the above-described property

for a period of 120 days following

the date when the final upset bid pe-

riod has run. The purchaser of the

property described above shall pay

the Clerks Commissions in the

amount of $.45 per $100.00 of the

purchase price (up to a maximum

amount of $500.00), required by

Section 7A308(a)(1) of the North

Carolina General Statutes. If the pur-

chaser of the above described prop-

erty is someone other than the Bene-

ficiary under the Deed of Trust, the

purchaser shall also pay, to the ex-

tent applicable, the land transfer tax

in the amount of one percent (1%) of

the purchase price. To the extent this

sale involves residential property

with less than fifteen (15) rental

units, you are hereby notified of the

following:

a. An order for possession of the

property may be issued pursuant to

Section 45-21.29 of the North Caro-

lina General Statutes in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession by the clerk of

superior court of the county in which

the property is sold; and

b. Any person who occupies the

property pursuant to a rental agree-

ment entered into or renewed on or

after October 1, 2007, may, after re-

ceiving the notice of sale, terminate

the rental agreement upon 10 days

written notice to the landlord. Upon

termination of a rental agreement,

the tenant is liable for rent due under

the rental agreement prorated to the

effective date of the termination.

This 22nd day of September, 2011.

Charles E. Nichols Jr. Esq.

Nichols Law, PA

16 W. Martin Street, Suite 701

Raleigh, NC 27601

PS FV 10/12 10/19

Legals

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

WAKE COUNTY

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 11 SP 4209

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST EXE-

CUTED BY HOUSEMAN CUSTOM

HOMES, INC., RECORDED IN BOOK

11983, PAGES 1327, ET SEQ. ON MAY

31, 2006, IN THE WAKE COUNTY

REGISTRY, BY RYAN J. ADAMS, AP-

POINTED SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE BY IN-

STRUMENT RECORDED IN BOOK

14060, PAGES 2302, ET SEQ. IN THE

WAKE COUNTY REGISTRY.

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEES

FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROP-

ERTY AND FIXTURES Under and by

virtue of the power and authority

contained in the Deed of Trust and

Security Agreement executed and

delivered by Houseman Custom

Homes, Inc. (Grantor) dated May 26,

2006, and recorded on May 31,

2006, in Book 11983, Pages 1327, et

seq., Wake County Registry (the Deed

of Trust), and because of defaults in

the payment of the indebtedness se-

cured by the Deed of Trust, and pur-

suant to the Order of the Superior

Court for Wake County, North Caro-

lina, entered in this foreclosure pro-

ceeding, the undersigned, Ryan J.

Adams, Substitute Trustee by instru-

ment recorded in Book 14060, Pages

2302, et seq. of the Wake County

Registry, will expose for sale at pub-

lic auction, to the highest bidder for

cash, those certain tracts of real

property and fixtures located in Wake

County, North Carolina (including any

improvements thereon) is more par-

ticularly described as follows:

Being all of Lot 30, Hasentree Golf

Community, as recorded in Book of

Maps 2006, Pages 829-835, Wake

County Registry. The record owner of

the above-described real property as

reflected by the records in the Wake

County Registry not more than ten

(10) days prior to the posting of this

Notice is the Grantor. The above-de-

scribed real property and fixtures will

be sold subject to any and all supe-

rior mortgages, deeds of trust and

liens, including, without limitation,

the lien of all unpaid ad valorem

taxes and assessments, as well as

easements, conditions, restrictions

and other matters of record filed

prior to the Deed of Trust. The

above-described property will be

sold AS IS, WHERE IS. The property is

not being sold subject to or together

with any subordinate rights or inter-

ests. Neither the Substitute Trustee,

nor the holder of the Note secured by

the Deed of Trust being foreclosed,

nor the officers, directors, attorneys,

employees, agents or authorized

representatives of either the Substi-

tute Trustee or the holder of the Note

make any representation or warranty

relating to the title or any physical,

environmental, health or safety con-

ditions existing in, on, at or relating

to the property being sold, and any

and all responsibilities or liabilities

arising out of or in any way relating

to any such conditions expressly are

disclaimed. Pursuant to N.C.G.S. Sec-

tion 45-21.10 and the terms of the

Deed of Trust, any successful bidder

may be required to deposit with the

Substitute Trustee immediately upon

conclusion of the sale a cash deposit

or certified check in an amount not

to exceed the greater of five percent

(5%) of the amount of the bid or

$750.00. Any successful bidder shall

be required to tender the full balance

purchase price so bid, in cash or cer-

tified check, at the time the Substi-

tute Trustee tenders to the success-

ful bidder a deed for the property or

attempts to tender such deed, and

should said successful bidder fail to

pay the full balance purchase price

so bid at that time, the successful

bidder shall remain liable on the bid

as provided for in N.C.G.S. Sections

45-21.30 (d) and (e). The owner and

holder of the indebtedness secured

by the Deed of Trust may make a

credit bid. This sale will be held

open for upset bids as required by

law. Please be advised that an order

for possession of the property may

be issued by the Clerk of the Supe-

rior Court of Wake County pursuant

to N.C.G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession. Please be fur-

ther advised that any person who oc-

cupies the property pursuant to a

rental agreement entered into or re-

newed on or after October 1, 2007,

may after receiving this notice of

sale, terminate the rental agreement

upon 10 days written notice to the

landlord. Upon termination of any

such rental agreement the tenant is

liable for rent due under the rental

agreement prorated to the effective

date of the termination. The sale will

be held open for ten (10) days for

upset bid as the law requires.

DATE OF SALE: October 13, 2011

HOUR OF SALE: 11: 00 A.M.

PLACE OF SALE: Downstairs on Salis-

bury Street Side of Courthouse

Wake County Courthouse

316 Fayetteville Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27602

This the 21st day of September,

2011.

Ryan J. Adams

Shirley & Adams, PLLC

N.C. State Bar No. 27687

115 West Morgan Street

Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

Telephone: 919.899.6278

Facsimile: 919.899.6279

E-mail:

ryanadams@shirley-adams.com

SA FV 10/5 10/12

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF WAKE

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 11-SP-2504

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST FROM

JIMMIE A. BAILEY JR. AND MIA D. BAI-

LEY, TO MARTHA L. MUSSER, TRUS-

TEE, DATED JULY 27, 2000 RE-

CORDED IN BOOK 8642, PAGE 1897,

WAKE COUNTY REGISTRY

Pursuant to an order entered Sep-

tember 21, 2011, in the Superior

Court for Wake County, and the

power of sale contained in the cap-

tioned deed of trust (Deed of Trust),

the undersigned Substitute Trustee

will offer for sale at auction, to the

highest bidder for cash, AT THE

COURTHOUSE DOOR IN RALEIGH,

WAKE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA

ON OCTOBER 24, 2011 11:00 AM

the real estate and the improvements

thereon encumbered by the Deed of

Trust, less and except any of such

property released from the lien of the

deed of trust prior to the date of this

sale, lying and being in Wake County,

North Carolina, and being more par-

ticularly described as follows: Being

all of Lot No. 6, Block H, of the Strat-

ford Park Subdivision as shown in

Book of Maps 1960, Page 129, Vol-

ume 2 Wake County Registry. In the

Trustees sole discretion, the sale may

be delayed for up to one (1) hour as

provided in Section 45-21.23 of the

North Carolina General Statutes. The

record owners of the real property

not more than ten days prior to the

date hereof are Jimmie A. Bailey Jr.

and Mia D. Bailey. A five percent cash

deposit, or a cash deposit of

$750.00, whichever is greater, will be

required of the last and highest bid-

der. The balance of the bid purchase

price shall be due in full in cash or

certified funds at a closing to take

place within thirty (30) days of the

date of sale. The undersigned Substi-

tute Trustee shall convey title to the

property by nonwarranty deed. This

sale will be made subject to all prior

liens of record, if any, and to all un-

paid (ad valorem) taxes and special

assessments, if any, which became a

lien subsequent to the recordation of

the Deed of Trust. This sale will be

further subject to the right, if any, of

the United States of America to re-

deem the above-described property

for a period of 120 days following

the date when the final upset bid pe-

riod has run. The purchaser of the

property described above shall pay

the Clerks Commissions in the

amount of $.45 per $100.00 of the

purchase price (up to a maximum

amount of $500.00), required by

Section 7A308(a)(1) of the North

Carolina General Statutes. If the pur-

chaser of the above described prop-

erty is someone other than the Bene-

ficiary under the Deed of Trust, the

purchaser shall also pay, to the ex-

tent applicable, the land transfer tax

in the amount of one percent (1%) of

the purchase price. To the extent this

sale involves residential property

with less than fifteen (15) rental


Deadlines

Thursday by 5 p.m. (7

days prior to publication

date) is the deadline for

submission of items to be

submitted for the following

week’s paper, and they can

be faxed to 919-552-7564.

E-mailed submissions go to

jkangas@heartlandpublications.com.

Third Thursday

Mic Night

Third Thursday Open

Mic Night for poets and

writers will be held on

Oct. 20, from 6 to 8 p.m.,

at Lazy Lion Books, 601

E. Broad St., Suite 101,

Fuquay-Varina. Featured

readers will be Sharon

McDermott, Sarah Claytor

and Jessie Carty. For more

information call 919-552-

9639.

Pleasant Grove Baptist

Pleasant Grove Baptist

Church of Fuquay-Varina,

1005 Lake Wheeler Rd.,

will hold services Sundays

at 8:30 a.m. and 10:45

a.m., Wednesday at 6:15

p.m. For more information

call 919-552-4634 or go to

pleasantgrovebaptistonline.org.

Friends of

the Museums

The Friends of the Museums

General Membership

Meeting will be held

Thursday, Oct. 27, at the

Fuquay-Varina Woman’s

Clubhouse, 602 N. Ennis

St., Fuquay-Varina, at 7

p.m. This is the general

meeting for all interested

citizens. Come and help

us! Come and learn about

our plans! Come and lend

your ideas!

Upward Basketball

and Cheerleading

Raleigh First Church of

the Nazarene, Garner, is

registering now

through Nov. 11 for Upward

Basketball and Cheerleading.

This

community-wide event is

open for boys and girls in

K5 - 6th grade.

Registration forms are

available at the church office

between the

hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30

p.m., Monday through Friday.

Please call the church

office for more information

at 919-772-0515.

Children’s

Fall Festival

Mount Zion United

Methodist Church invites

families to our Children’s

Fall Festival on Saturday,

Oct. 29, from 2 to 4 p.m.

We will have games, prizes,

and a bounce house. This

event is geared towards

children preschool through

elementary school. We ask

that all children wishing to

dress up, wear non scary

costumes. This event is

free.

Mount Zion is located

at 15772 NC 50 N, ¼ mile

south of the intersection of

Hwy 50 and Hwy 42 in Garner.

Mount Zion welcomes

visitors to its fellowship!

For additional information,

please contact the church

office at 772-8415 or email

info@mountzion-umc.

org Additional information

about Mount Zion can be

found at www.mountzionumc.org.

Hearts for Hope

Haunted Vineyard

Adams Vineyards will

hold a benefit on Saturday,

Oct. 22, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Many, many years ago a tyrant

resided over the vineyard

who tortured workers

until the day they had

enough and he was brutally

murdered. Now, Joe

haunts the vineyards along

with the ghosts of his early

victims. You’re invited out

for a night of food, wine

tastings, and a guided tour

through the haunted vineyard.

$10 will cover your

entrance into the party and

a tour through the vineyard.

Wine tastings are $5

(complimentary wine glass

included) or purchase by

the glass for $5. A portion

of the night’s profits

will be donated to Have a

Heart-Children’s Cancer

Society.

(http://www.haveaheartcharity.org/mission.htm)

Children are welcome.

Parental discretion advised

and must be accompanied

by an adult.

Fall BBQ

Broken Wing Fellowship,

3236 Hwy 50, Garner, will

hold its Fall BBQ Chicken

Plate Sale on Friday, Ict.

21, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Plates

will include half a chicken,

green beans, boiled potatoes,

rolls and dessert. Eat

in or take out. Can deliver

with orders of five plates

or more. For more information

call Mark Williams

at 919-524-8693 or Yates

Whitley at 919-524-0953.

Plates ar $7.

Band Festival

The Festival of Bands

(FOB) is sponsored by the

Band Boosters of Fuquay-

Varina High School as the

primary fund-raising event

for the Fuquay-Varina

High School Marching

ong>Bengalsong>. It is held on the

third Saturday in October

at the Football Stadium

at Fuquay-Varina High

School, 201 Bengal Blvd.

Tickets include the program.

Prices are as follows:

Adults $9; Children (5-10)

$5 (4 and under) free. Tickets

are sold at the stadium

box office on the day of the

event.

State Fair Tickets

Advanced NC State Fair

tickets are going to be sold

at the Liberty Tax Office

on Main St. in Fuquay.

Advanced Ticket sales are

available 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

daily except the last day,

Oct. 13, when they are

available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sheets of ride ticket will

also be sold.

Harmony Male Chorus

Anniversary

The Harmony Male

Chorus of Holland Chapel

AMEZ Church, 360

Burgess Road, Apex will

celebrate their 68th Anniversary,

Saturday, Oct.

15, at 6 p.m., and Sunday,

Oct. 16, at 3 p.m. Guests

on program are New Hope

Missionary Baptist Church,

Apex, Bro. Rufus Poole

and the Stars of Faith and

many others. The public

is invited to attend. Please

call 919-362-7831 for more

information. Host Pastor,

Rev. Dr. Orlando R. Dowdy.

Needmore Ruritan

Club Pork BBQ

The Needmore Ruritan

Club will hold its Fall Pork

BBQ at 1812 Bass Lake

Road, Friday, Oct. 14, from

11 a.m. – 8 p.m. The BBQ

is Eat-in or Carry-out for

$7 per plate. The Fall Pork

BBQ is one of the two fundraising

efforts the club

uses to support its previous

or continuing community

service work such

as: two Wake Technical

Community College Scholarships

for Fuquay-Varina

High School Graduates,

$600 college scholarship,

Fuquay-Varina Athletic Association

and other sports

teams, Rudy Bears donated

to the Wake County Sheriff’s

Department, Humanitarian

Award and other

projects as they become

aware of a need. For more

information about joining

and serving your community

through Ruritan contact

Club President Jim

O’Donnell at 919-610-7612

or any club member.

Wake Chapel

Cookbook

The Women’s Fellowship

of Wake Chapel Christian

Church has published a

second edition of its cookbook,

“Feed My Sheep”.

From simple salad recipes

to desserts, or main course

meats, the cookbook contains

a variety of recipes

contributed by members

of the church. The cost is

$14 and “Feed My Sheep”

may be purchased by calling

552-4300. Proceeds to

benefit the church.

FVMS Holiday Fair

and Talent Show

Fuquay-Varina Middle

School’s Second Annual

Holiday Fair and Community

Talent Show will

be held Nov. 19, from 9

am. to 3 p.m. The cost of

a table is $35 and vendors

are needed. There will also

be a local talent show, soles4soulsdonation,

class

raffle baskets, Santa, kids

games and tea room. For

more information contact:

Carmen Miller: Carmen@

pinkytoespartypalace.com

Craft Consignment Sale

There will be a Craft

Supply Consignment Sale

on Saturday, Oct. 15, 9

a.m.- 5 p.m., at Hope Chapel,

6175 Old Jenks Road,

Apex. You can find anything

from paper, wool,

fabric, quilting, crocheting,

cross stitch, beads and

knitting supplies. The list

goes on and any supplies

that pertain to crafts will

be for sale at great prices.

For more information

please contact secondxtreasures@gmail.com

Food Drive

at Football Game

On Oct. 14, a Food

Drive will be held at the

Holly Springs vs Fuquay-

Varina Varsity Football

game. All football fans are

encouraged to support

the Hawks by making a

donation or bringing nonperishable

food items. The

Food Cupboard is in need

of peanut butter, oatmeal/

cereal, canned vegetables,

dried beans, rice, powdered

milk, canned meats

(tuna), canned fruits, mac

& cheese, toilet paper,

baby formula and diapers.

(Plastic containers are

preferred as glass is heavy

and can break.) All proceeds

will benefit the Holly

Springs Food Cupboard.

Revival Services

Revival Services will

be held at Broken Wing

Fellowship Original Free

Will Baptist on Hwy 50 in

Garner Sunday, Oct. 30 –

Wednesday, Nov. 2. Service

starts at 7 p.m. with

Rev. Lloyd Hargis. Special

singing each night.

Craft Fair

Fuquay-Varina United

Methodist Church will hold

its 4th Annual Craft Fair

and Bazaar on Saturday,

Oct. 22, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., 402

N Main Street, Fuquay-Varina.

For information go to

www.fumcfv.org

Sleep Apnea

Support Group

Free Sleep Apnea Support

Group will be held

Thursday, Oct. 20, 5:30-7

pm.

Held at Active Healthcare

Corporate Office,

9104 Falls of Neuse Rd,

Raleigh, NC 27615

Quarterly Meeting of

A.W.A.K.E. (Alert, Well

& Keeping Energetic) in

Wake sponsored by Active

Healthcare. Join us for a

Pre-meeting Mask Fitting

and Equipment Check

Clinic from 4-5:30 p.m.

Our topic for the evening

is “Successful CPAP Users

& their Supporters Share

their Secrets”. CPAP Sleep

specialists will be on hand

to showcase the latest

equipment and to provide

educational resources. Refreshments

Provided. For

more info and to RSVP

call Active Healthcare at

919.870.8600 x290 or

email donna@activehealthcare.com

.

Office Volunteers

Needed

Military Missions In

Action is looking for office

volunteers which

can assist with a variety

of clerical and project

responsibilities. No set

hours are necessary, however

it would need to be

during regular business

hours at the MMIA office

at 411B North Judd Pkwy

in Fuquay-Varina. MMIA

is a nonprofit organization

which provides home modification

services to veterans

with disabilities as well

as supports our troops

currently serving on active

duty. Contact sblock@militarymissionsinaction.org

or 919-552-1603.

Coupon Class

“Advanced Couponing”

class on Thursday, Oct. 20

at 7 p.m.

It will explain the details

of the coupon policies and

rewards programs for area

grocery and drug stores

and teach strategies to find

and create your own great

coupon deals. Both classes

will include door prizes,

handouts, and lots of fun!

Location: Triangle Baptist

Church, 9713 Old

Stage Road, RAleigh, NC

27603, Ph. - 919-661-7755

( www.tribaptist.org

under construction)

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Corn Maze

Mrs. Ruth’s Farms Corn

Maze, 1361 Greenlevel

Road in Apex. Acres of fun

for the whole family. Friday

1 p.m. until dark, Saturday

10 a.m. until dark and Sunday

1 p.m. until dark. Enjoy

the nature walk through

the woods, picnic areas,

conquer the “explorers

conquest” challenge game

within the maze . Visit the

General Store for food,

gifts and Halloween Fun.

Cost, $10 for Adults, $5 for

children 12 and under, $8

for Seniors and Military.

For more details e-mail

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GriefShare

GriefShare is a friendly

and caring group of people

who walk with each other

through one of life’s most

difficult experiences. You

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The group is led by someone

who wants to help

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gain access to valuable

resources to help you recover

from your loss and to

look forward to rebuilding

your life. In addition to the

support from others, the

weekly dvds provide solid,

reliable teaching from the

best experts in the field.

New Horizons Fellowship,

820 E. Williams Street,

Apex, NC 27502. Mondays,

beginning Sept. 12,

7-8:30 p.m. For additional

information, please contact

Terri Risdon at New Horizons

Fellowship, 303-5266

x 200.

Sleep Apnea

Support Group

Free Sleep Apnea Support

Group. Thursday, Oct

13, 2 5:30-7 p.m., will be

held at the Clayton Center

(Rotary Room) 111 East

Second Street, Clayton,

NC.

Quarterly Meeting of

A.W.A.K.E. (Alert, Well

& Keeping Energetic) in

Johnston County sponsored

by Active Healthcare. Our

topic for the evening is

“Successful CPAP Users

and their Supporters Share

their Secrets”. CPAP Sleep

specialists will be on hand

to showcase the latest

equipment and to provide

educational resources.

CPAP pressures checked.

Sleep Apnea Screenings

performed. Refreshments

Provided. For more info

and to RSVP call Active

Healthcare at 919.870.8600

x250 or email donna@activehealthcare.com

Depression

Support Group

Wake County Human

Services and NAMI (Nation

Alliance of Mental Illness)

have joined forces

in an effort to help people

with mild - moderate depression.

St. Bernadette

Church at 1005 Wilbon Rd.,

Fuquay-Varina is allowing

us to offer a free peer support

group in room #4 on

Thursday nights from 7 to

8:30 p.m.

Are you experiencing any

of these symptoms:

* Irritability

* Exaggerated guilt and

self-criticism

* Different sleep patterns

* Lack of energy

* Lack of interest

* Feelings of hopelessness

* Lack of appetite or increased

appetite

* Inability to concentrate

If so, you could be experiencing

stress or mild

depression.

Most people have short

periods in their lives

when they feel depressed,

have setbacks or feel uninspired.

NAMI Wake

County and Wake County

Human Services are offering

FREE peer support

groups where people

facing difficulties have a

safe place to voice their

concerns and explore options

for making positive

changes in their lives with

others who have similar

experiences.

Mount Zion’s 7th

Annual Christmas

Bazaar

Mount Zion United

Methodist Church invites

you to its Annual Christmas

Bazaar to be held

on Saturday, Nov. 5 from

8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

in the Fellowship Hall &

Chapel. You’ll be able to

shop many displays of

arts, jewelry, crafts and

holiday gifts showcasing

local, unique items.

There will be a snack bar

with breakfast and lunch

items, drinks, snacks and

desserts. We are expanding

our space this year

to our Chapel to have

more open space. Vendor

tables are available and

forms are available on our

website. Mt. Zion UMC is

located at 15772 NC 50

N, ¼ mile south of the intersection

of Hwy 50 and

Hwy 42, in Garner. Contact

the church office at

772-8415 or e-mail info@

mountzion-umc.org Additional

information about

Mount Zion and its services

and events can be

found at www.mountzionumc.org.

Fuquay-Varina

Garden Club

Learn more about gardening

in the piedmont

by coming to the F-V

Garden Club on the third

Thursday of every month,

August through May. We

meet at 602 N. Ennis

Street. Social time begins

at 7 p.m. with a program

and meeting at 7:20

p.m. Call Bev McDougall,

Membership Chair, at

577-6510 for more information.

Guests are welcome.

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you’re not hungry? Do

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for no apparent reason?

Is your weight affecting

the way you live your life?

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offers a program of recovery

from compulsive eating

using the OA Twelve

Steps and Twelve Traditions.

OA is not just about

weight loss, gain or maintenance;

or obesity or

diets. There are no dues,

fees, weigh-ins. Meetings

are held at the Fuquay-

Varina United Methodist

Church, 100 S. Judd

Pkwy. SE Room 127 at 1

p.m. on Tuesday. Contact

557-7712 or 771-1393 for

more information.

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Legion History

The American Legion Post

116 in Fuquay-Varina is searching

for information on the history

of the American Legion

in Fuquay-Varina over the last

50 years. If you have any information

about the American

Legion please contact Verne

Beckman at 919-772-1199.

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ford Park Subdivision as shown in

Book of Maps 1960, Page 129, Volume

2 Wake County Registry. In the

Trustees sole discretion, the sale may

be delayed for up to one (1) hour as

provided in Section 45-21.23 of the

North Carolina General Statutes. The

not more than ten days prior to the

date hereof are Jimmie A. Bailey Jr.

and Mia D. Bailey. A five percent cash

deposit, or a cash deposit of

$750.00, whichever is greater, will be

required of the last and highest bidder.

The balance of the bid purchase

price shall be due in full in cash or

certified funds at a closing to take

place within thirty (30) days of the

date of sale. The undersigned Substitute

Trustee shall convey title to the

property by nonwarranty deed. This

sale will be made subject to all prior

liens of record, if any, and to all unpaid

(ad valorem) taxes and special

assessments, if any, which became a

lien subsequent to the recordation of

the Deed of Trust. This sale will be

further subject to the right, if any, of

the United States of America to redeem

the above-described property

for a period of 120 days following

the date when the final upset bid period

has run. The purchaser of the

property described above shall pay

the Clerks Commissions in the

amount of $.45 per $100.00 of the

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purchase price (up to a maximum

amount of $500.00), required by

Section 7A308(a)(1) of the North

Carolina General Statutes. If the purchaser

of the above Legals described property

is someone other than the Beneficiary

under the Deed of Trust, the

purchaser shall also pay, to the extent

applicable, the land transfer tax

in the amount of one percent (1%) of

the purchase price. To the extent this

sale involves residential property

with less than fifteen (15) rental

units, you are hereby notified of the

following:

a. An order for possession of the

property may be issued pursuant to

Section 45-21.29 of the North Carolina

General Statutes in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession by the clerk of

superior court of the county in which

the property is sold; and

b. Any person who occupies the

property pursuant to a rental agreement

entered into or renewed on or

after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving

the notice of sale, terminate

the rental agreement upon 10 days

written notice to the landlord. Upon

termination of a rental agreement,

the tenant is liable for rent due under

the rental agreement prorated to the

effective date of the termination.

This 21st day of September, 2011.

POYNER SPRUILL LLP

Deborah Sperati

Attorneys for Spruillco, Ltd.

130 S. Franklin Street; P.O. Box 353

Rocky Mount, NC 27802

Telephone: (252) 972-7067

FCB003-00000241

PS FV 10/12 10/19

NORTH CAROLINA, WAKE COUNTY

IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK, 11 SP 4317

IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLO-

SURE OF A DEED OF TRUST FROM

STEPHEN DILGER, INC., DATED

MARCH 30, 2007, RECORDED IN

BOOK 12473, PAGE 1619, WAKE

COUNTY REGISTRY

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

Pursuant to an order entered September

22, 2011, in the Superior

Court for Wake County, and the

power of sale contained in the captioned

deed of trust (Deed of Trust),

the undersigned Substitute Trustee

will offer for sale at auction, to the

highest bidder for cash, AT THE

COURTHOUSE DOOR IN RALEIGH,

WAKE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA

ON OCTOBER 24, 2011, AT 11:00

A.M. the real estate and the improvements

thereon secured by the Deed

of Trust, less and except any of such

property released from the lien of the

deed of trust prior to the date of this

sale, lying and being in Wake County,

North Carolina, and being more particularly

described as follows: Being

all of Lot 144 as shown on that map

entitled Subdivision Plat of Hasentree

Golf Community- Phase 2 dated June

5, 2006 by Elingburg Land Survey

Co., P.A., and recorded in Book of

Maps 2006, Pages 1197 through

1201, Wake County Registry. Subject

to the Amended and Restated Declaration

of Covenants, Conditions,

Easements and Restrictions for Hasentree

recorded in Book 14414,

Page 266, Wake County Registry

In the Trustees sole discretion, the

sale may be delayed for up to one (1)

hour as provided in Section 45-21.23

of the North Carolina General Statutes.

The record owner(s) of the real

property not more than ten days

prior to the date hereof are Stephen

Dilger, Inc. A five percent cash deposit,

or a cash deposit of $750.00,

whichever is greater, will be required

of the last and highest bidder. The

balance of the bid purchase price

shall be due in full in cash or certified

funds at a closing to take place

within thirty (30) days of the date of

sale. The undersigned Substitute

Trustee shall convey title to the

property by nonwarranty deed.

This sale will be made subject to all

prior liens of record, if any, and to all

unpaid ad valorem taxes and special

assessments, if any, which became a

lien subsequent to the recordation of

the Deed of Trust. This sale will be

further subject to the right, if any, of

the United States of America to redeem

the above-described property

for a period of 120 days following

the date when the final upset bid period

has run. The purchaser of the

property described above shall pay

the Clerks Commissions in the

amount of $.45 per $100.00 of the

purchase price (up to a maximum

amount of $500.00), required by

Section 7A308(a)(1) of the North

Carolina General Statutes. If the purchaser

of the above described property

is someone other than the Beneficiary

under the Deed of Trust, the

purchaser shall also pay, to the extent

applicable, the land transfer tax

in the amount of one percent (1%) of

the purchase price. To the extent this

sale involves residential property

with less than fifteen (15) rental

units, you are hereby notified of the

following:

a. An order for possession of the

property may be issued pursuant to

Section 45-21.29 of the North Carolina

General Statutes in favor of the

purchaser and against the party or

parties in possession by the clerk of

superior court of the county in which

the property is sold; and

b. Any person who occupies the

property pursuant to a rental agreement

entered into or renewed on or

after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving

the notice of sale, terminate

the rental agreement upon 10 days

written notice to the landlord. Upon

termination of a rental agreement,

the tenant is liable for rent due under

the rental agreement prorated to the

effective date of the termination.

This 22nd day of September, 2011.

Charles E. Nichols Jr. Esq.

Nichols Law, PA

16 W. Martin Street, Suite 701

Raleigh, NC 27601

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of Maintenance.

877-300-9494.

Your classified ad could be

reaching over 1.6 million

homes across North Carolina!

Place your classified on

the NC Statewide Classified

Ad Network and run in 107

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or visit

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6B – Fuquay-Varina Independent, Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Lions’ cross-country team excels

Joshua Foltyn crossed the finish

line in 8th place in the meet against

Woods Charter School, earning the

highest finish in the history of

Lions cross-country events.

Rosa Fattahi

Correspondent

During the month of September, the

cross-country Lions team from Southern

Wake Academy charter high school

in Holly Springs displayed the well-deserved

results of their hard work and

training.

At East Wake Academy in Zebulon

on Sept. 7, competing with a total of 33

runners, Josh Foltyn earned 10th place,

and Ivan McNeil (pictured) followed him

with an 11th place finish.

The cheering roars of the proud Lions

continued on Sept. 14, when the team

faced Pittsboro’s Woods Charter School.

At the event, boys’ runner Josh Foltyn

crossed the finish line at 8th place,

achieving the highest placement for

boys’ cross-country in the school’s history.

Lions’ runner Ivan McNeil finished

in 9th place, and Ashlar Sargent earned

13th place.

For the girls, Rebecca Notini earned

a 6th place finish, and Shaynne Cisneros

crossed the line in 8th place.

On Sept. 20, at Emerson Waldorf

school, the Lions continued their success.

With 33 runners total, Ivan McNeil

finished in 9th place, and Josh Foltyn

earned a 12th place finish.

For the girls’ event, Lions athlete

Shaynne Cisneros achieved an impressive

3rd place finish against six other

runners, the best in the school’s history

for girls’ cross-country. Go Lions!

Get your discount

admission and

ride tickets now!

On sale at the

Liberty Tax Service Office,

1156 N. Main Street. in

Fuquay-Varina until

6pm on Oct. 13.

For more information, visit

www.ncstatefair.org

Lions’ runner

Ivan McNeil

placed in

the top 10

in all three

of Southern

Wake

Academy’s

September

cross-country

meets.

contributed

photos

ong>Bengalsong> take on Apex in last home meet of season

Seniors Clay

Jones, left, and

Parker Stewart,

center, ran what

would be their last

home meet for

the ong>Bengalsong> and

the last one for

them as seniors,

Wednesday, Oct.

5. The Fuquay boys

team narrowly

defeated Apex 28

to 30.

photos by nancy catrine

Junior Pierce Holloway and Freshman Parker Lee gave it all they had for

Fuquay and finished in second and third place, respectively, as the ong>Bengalsong>

took on Apex during the last home meet of the season.

contributed photo

The 23rd Annual Festival of Bands will end with an exhibition performance

by The Fuquay-Varina High School Marching ong>Bengalsong> and The East

Carolina University Marching Pirates at 8:15 pm. The awards ceremony

will begin at 9 p.m. The Marching ong>Bengalsong> are shown at Homecoming on

Friday, Oct. 8.

Boosters to host 23rd

Annual Festival of Bands

The community is invited

to join the Fuquay-Varin

High School Band Boosters

in welcoming 17 amazing

high school marching bands

to the 23rd Annual Festival

of Bands. The event will be

held this Saturday, Oct. 15

at the FVHS Football Stadium.

Opening ceremonies

will begin at 2 p.m.

The marching bands will

compete in their different

classes over the following

7 hours with a break in the

middle for dinner.

The night will end with

an exhibition performance

by The Fuquay-Varina High

School Marching ong>Bengalsong>

and The East Carolina University

Marching Pirates at

8:15 pm. The awards ceremony

will begin at 9 p.m.

The following is a list of

the high schools perform-

ing and their repertoires:

Greene Central HS, Georgia

On My Mind, Land of

Make Believe, & Sing Sing

Sing; Harnett Central HS,

Bushido-Way of the Warrior;

Terry Sanford HS,

Espionage-The Art of Deception;

Hobbton HS, The

Classics; Southern Lee

HS, The Music of Fiddler

on the Roof; Garner Magnet

HS, Urban Enterprise;

Holly Springs HS, When I

Was Younger; Cedar Ridge

HS, 2 Sides to Every Story;

South Creek HS, Pirates

of the Caribbean; Bunn

HS, Elements of the 70’s;

Wake Forest-Roseville

HS, The Last Crusade;

Middle Creek HS, Cirque

du Soleil-Ka; Enloe HS,

Lyrical By Nature; Cary

HS, Call of the Mountain,

Yosemite Autumn, & Death

Hunt; Panther Creek HS,

Red, Into the Woods, The

Wolf, The Hunter, & The

Rescue; Union Pines HS,

La Nouba from Cirque Du

Soleil; Wakefield HS, Ladder

of Life.

After the bands finish

their competitions the

Fuquay Varina High School

Marching ong>Bengalsong> will perform

their show entitled At

the Exhibition and The East

Carolina University Marching

Pirates will perform

their football half time show.

Tickets to the event will

be sold at the stadium box

office for the following

amounts: Adults $9; Children

(5-10) $4 (4 and under)

free.

Programs are included in

the ticket prices. Concessions

and baked goods will

be available.

Senior runner, Jarely Parada, makes her way around the course against a

tough Lady Cougars team.

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