Where Young and Main streets cross in Rolesville, the recognizable buildings of Rolesville Furniture stand guard over the intersection. Next to the main building along East Young Street is Rick Eddins’ “outdoor office,” a row of unfinished garden chairs where he kicks back and enjoys the rhythm of the community. Lately, however, it’s also a place for reminiscence about the man who for decades was the town’s heart – his father, Herbert Eddins.
Part Seven of a Series on Local Food Sourcing
Starbucks. Caribou. Port City Java. They’re all familiar coffee shops. But who are the people who buy, test, roast, and sell thebeans? In Wake Forest, there are several purveyors of coffee beans, two of which grew out of more than just the love of a good cup of coffee. What better place to have conversations with them than over coffee at Ollie’s in downtown Wake Forest?
The American Cancer Society sponsors an annual Relay for Life, bringing together survivors, friends, families, and caregivers to celebrate the lives of those who have battled, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. On Saturday, May 16, the local relay is returning to Richland Creek Community Church on Burlington Mills Road in Wake Forest.
“You want to be treated like adults. That’s what we’re going to do,” began Darrell Cash with VIP for a VIP. The 11th Grade of Rolesville High School was the latest of many North Carolina school classes to have an assembly and demonstration by Vehicle Injury Prevention for a Very Important Person.
Will travel to Singapore, Malaysia this Summer
Eleven years ago, Angela Morris became a media specialist. Three years ago she started working at Rolesville Middle School. “I love middle schoolers and all their challenges,” Morris said. “I feel like I can be a little more compassionate and understanding from this vantage point.”
Mother’s Day: a welcome excuse for grown kids to come home for dinner (and to help Mom with the dishes, ahem), hand-made gifts from young ones, and a lifetime of bubbling anticipation for the first timers. But what is this time like for the grandmothers; the ones who have watched their daughters grow and become mothers themselves?
Gardening will return
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