Triad Local First Featured Business: Elliott’s Custom Sawmill

Elliott’s Custom Sawmill Ken Elliott never thought that a college assignment to design his own logo would ever come in so handy. Now, he uses the same logo he designed over 30 years ago for his independent, locally owned custom sawmill business. Elliott began his career in construction, which involved clearing many acres of woodland to make way for highways and developments. They often burned or hauled the cleared wood to the dump, which Elliott thought was a waste of a good resource. Elliott decided to be as resourceful as possible when fixing up his 100-year-old farm, where his family
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Celebrate “Buy Local Season” with TRIAD LOCAL FIRST

TRIAD LOCAL FIRST http://www.triadlocalfirst.com/ Celebrate “Buy Local Season” by shopping at more than one locally owned, independent businesses. On this special night, five businesses have planned to stay open “late” just for you! They will be offering refreshments, door prizes, goodie bags and MORE! Stop in and say hello, do some holiday shopping, and support the businesses that give our community its uniqueness! Antiques at the Carriage House – 2214 Golden Gate Dr. Greensboro, NC 27405 10% off items $50 and over – Wine and assorted treats Art and Soul NC – 1938 Spring Garden St. Greensboro, NC 27403 Jules
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Winston-Salem Jaycees Hold Holiday Parade & Christmas Cheer Service Project

Winston-Salem Jaycees Hold Holiday Parade & Christmas Cheer Service Project Two Christmas traditions return to Winston-Salem, both in their 24th year, courtesy of the Winston-Salem Jaycees. First, the annual Jaycees Holiday Parade kicks off the city’s Christmas celebrations on Saturday, Dec. 6. A week later, the Jaycees hold their biggest service project of the year, Christmas Cheer. The Winston-Salem Jaycees Holiday Parade begins at 5 p.m. at the intersection of Fourth and Poplar streets, then proceeds down Fourth through the heart of downtown to Liberty Street. The route continues on Liberty Street, ending at Corpening Plaza. The parade is immediately
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Greensboro Holiday Parade – Greensboro Jaycees

Greensboro Holiday Parade By Jennifer Kelly The Greensboro Holiday Parade has been a downtown tradition for over 37 years. In 2000, five organizations (Downtown Greensboro, Inc., the Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Greater Greensboro Merchants Association, The Bryan Foundation, and the City of Greensboro) approached the Greensboro Jaycees with a vision to revitalize the parade, showcase our downtown area, and bring back the crowds that our City’s parade once drew. The Jaycees accepted the challenge, and with the generous sponsorship of those 5 organizations, we were successful in bringing the state’s first giant balloon parade to Greensboro on December
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