Author: Kerri Lindley

Easter Egg Hunt

Lakeside Park Church of God welcomes you to join us for an Easter egg hunt and fun activities. Egg-citing fun for everyone! 1,000’s of eggs to find. Egg hunt starts at noon. Activities last until 2:00PM.
Easter Egg Decorating • Visit the Easter Bunny • Free Cotton Candy, Snow Cones and Popcorn • Egg Toss• Fun Games

Saturday, March 23rd at Riverside Park in Franklinville

Do you forget to pay your water bill on time?

We can help you by setting up a bank draft!

Payments will be drafted from your account on the 8th of the month. You will receive a bill for your records to remind you that your payment will be deducted from your account. To set up a draft, just come to Town Hall to sign the Authorization Form. Bring your bank account number, routing number and a voided check if possible. It is so easy!

Poll Worker Recruitment Fair

Interested in working elections?  Recruitment Fair June 20th from 5:30pm – 7pm at Randolph County Board of Elections.

• Received training and compensation

• Learn all about the voting process

• This is a paid position.

1457 North Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, NC  27203

Year of the Trail

On Sunday, January 1st, the Town of Franklinville celebrated the Kick-off of the Year of the Trail! A large crowd of our citizens and trail enthusiasts gathered to hear Mary Joan Pugh, the Randolph County Trail Coordinator, speak on the beginning of the trail system and future improvements and extension of the trail. Franklinville’s Mayor, AC Hurley, welcomed the crowd and invited them to come and enjoy our trail and park at anytime. Several dignitaries were in attendance: CountyCommissioners Hope Haywood and David Allen, Franklinville Commissioners Mac Whatley, Richard Goodwin, and Mayor Pro Tem Priscilla Dunn, and State Trails Coordinator, Smith Raynor. A group picture was taken to commemorate the occasion. Mayor Hurley then lead the group on a walk on the rail trail. The weather turned out perfect for the walk and it was a great NC First Day Outdoors!

Virtual Care Advocate – A Patient Resource Center

TryinTrying to understand Medicare in North Carolina can be overwhelming and oftentimes complicated, especially when plans continue to change and grow. In fact, over 50% of seniors enrolling in Medicare nationally find choosing the right plan confusing, and less than half of beneficiaries say they review or compare Medicare coverage options annually.

As a patient resource center (Note: we do not sell or provide healthcare plans), we’ve made it our mission to tackle these complicated issues by creating an easy-to-read guide empowering those who qualify for Medicare with the knowledge to help them choose the right plan specific to their needs. We compare North Carolina Medicare plans, costs, and most importantly provide local medicare resources to help residents with any questions they may have.

You can view our guide here:

For more information, contact Nicole Lee,Virtual Care Advocate. | [email protected]