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Ashe County Magazine is positive, upbeat community publications dedicated to representing, encouraging and celebrating the great area we call home by focusing on the lifestyles, talents, gifts and contributions of the people who live and work here. Our goal is to provide readers with the most informative and professional community publication in the state of North Carolina. Because the editorial content is of a hyper-local nature, it is relevant to everyone that resides in Ashe County and thus, is read cover-to-cover.

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  • Jefferson, NCSample Magazine

    FEATURE - MEMORIES OF A DAY AT DEWITTS GAME FARM | ZOO ZEAL- EARTHS TRUSTEES

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  • LIFE IS FULL OF MOTION, which is precisely why we have a Human Motion Institute with dedicated specialists ready to help if you ever have muscle or joint pain. With the addition of Dr. Shakeel Durrani, Randolph Orthopedics and Sports Medicine now offers expertise in comprehensive spine care, too. Highly skilled at both surgical and non-surgical techniques to alleviate neck and back pain, Dr. Durrani is ready

    if chronic pain or injury is slowing you down.

    Does it hurt when you bend? LEAN ON US.

    (Literally.)Weve Got Your Back.

    DR. SHAKEEL DURRANI Randolph Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

    364 White Oak Street, Asheboro, NC 27203

    Our partner in orthopedic care: The Human Motion Institute has earned The Joint Commissions Gold Seal of Approval for Hip and Knee Replacement.

    www.randolphhumanmotioninstitute.org | 336-629-8818

    THE HUMAN MOTION INSTITUTE AT RANDOLPH HOSPITAL Spine Care You Can Trust

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    LIFE IS FULL OF MOTION, which is precisely why we have a Human Motion Institute with dedicated specialists ready to help if you ever have muscle or joint pain. With the addition of Dr. Shakeel Durrani, Randolph Orthopedics and Sports Medicine now offers expertise in comprehensive spine care, too. Highly skilled at both surgical and non-surgical techniques to alleviate neck and back pain, Dr. Durrani is ready

    if chronic pain or injury is slowing you down.

    Does it hurt when you bend? LEAN ON US.

    (Literally.)Weve Got Your Back.

    DR. SHAKEEL DURRANI Randolph Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

    364 White Oak Street, Asheboro, NC 27203

    Our partner in orthopedic care: The Human Motion Institute has earned The Joint Commissions Gold Seal of Approval for Hip and Knee Replacement.

    www.randolphhumanmotioninstitute.org | 336-629-8818

    THE HUMAN MOTION INSTITUTE AT RANDOLPH HOSPITAL Spine Care You Can Trust

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    COMMUNITY NEWS2013 Heart of North Carolina Visitors Guide Now Available06COVER STORYSome Beach Tanning - Life's a Beach08ASK THE EXPERTYour Feet - Tight Calf Muscles12ASK THE EXPERTInterior Design - The ABCs of Window Fashion14LIBRARY CORNERLearning Express Library16CITIZEN JOURNALISMBalance17

    PUBLISHERS LETTER05

    DAILY DEVOTIONA Child Leads Them18AT THE YMCAGrubb Family YMCA to host 11th Annual Jack Frost Soccer Tournament

    19ZOO ZEALWe're all Earth's Trustees20BUSINESS BUZZThe Recruiting Specialist22FEATURE STORYMemories of a Day at Dewitts Game Farm24COMMUNITY NEWSWake 'N Flake27NATURE'S NUANCESLife is Still Alive in the Winter Garden28

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  • PUBLISHERDavid A. Johnson dave@atmagnc.com

    ADVERTISING DIRECTORSherry B. Johnsonsherry@atmagnc.com

    ADVERTISING SALESSherry B. Johnsonsherry@atmagnc.com

    STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERLauren E. M. Johnsonlauren@atmagnc.com

    CONTRIBUTORSTriad Foot CenterTina Gri nMatt Shawjacquie ReiningerAmanda WeinerTom GillespieDick JonesFaylene WhitakerRev. Peter PanagoreGreg Hodgin

    ADDRESSPO Box 1369Asheboro, NC 27204Phone. 336-698-3889

    FACEBOOKfacebook.com/atmagnc.com

    www.atmagnc.com

    Dear Readers,

    If you watch the news on TV or read the newspapers, which I dont, you might think the economy is still struggling. If, on the other hand, you are out and about on any given day, you can see that there is a tremendous amount of activity taking place in your community. There are new businesses opening their doors, there are established businesses expanding and signs of a growing economy all around. A friend of mine, who happens to be an economist, says that all the indicators that suggest our economy is still sluggish, have little or nothing to do with most people. He goes on to say that if we ignored the news, which is all doom and gloom anyhow, our economy would rebound completely and wed all be the better for it. But, he said, if you get ten economists in a room and ask them whats wrong with the economy, youll get 100 different answers.

    The truth is there is an abundant amount of opportunity in any economy. Those that prosper, dont let the economy sway them one way or the other; they are going to succeed regardless of the external infl uences. Locally, these people are your small business owners who, as we all know, are the real driving force behind a prosperous economy. This is why it is vitally important to shop local as often as you can. Weve come up with a saying, Think Local First. What this means is simply before you head off to Greensboro and Winston-Salem, consider your local merchants. Can you fi nd what you need locally even if it is a tad more expensive? Remember, there is a cost to driving to Greensboro in the form of time and money. Plus, the money that is so important to the growth of your community is spent elsewhere.

    One of our goals in publishing positive community magazines is to highlight local businesses. We understand that if they grow, the community grows and if the community grows everyone benefi ts. While you are reading this months magazine, take special note of the advertisers that support our effort to bring a positive message to Archdale & Trinity. These are people that are the driving force of growth and have put their money where their mouth is in regards to supporting the community. When you shop locally, thank the merchants for taking a risk to bring you a product or service that you might not otherwise have. And, most of all, dont take your local merchants for granted; if you do, they might not be there when you need them most. If nothing else, before you part with your hard earned dollars - Think Local First.

    Thanks for Reading,

    Dave5atmagnc.com

    Archdale & Trinity Magazine is published monthly by Asheboro and More Marketing, Inc. Any reproduction or duplication of any part thereof must be done with the written permission of the Publisher. All information included herein is correct to the best of our knowledge as of the publication date. Corrections should be forwarded to the Publisher at the address above.

    Disclaimer: The paid advertisements contained within Archdale & Trinity Magazine are not endorsed or recommended by the Publisher. Therefore, neither party may be held liable for the business practices of these companies.

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    The 2013 Heart of North Carolina Visitors Guide is now available at the Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau (HNCVB) in downtown Asheboro, and the Randolph County Visitors Center in Seagrove. This comprehensive guide contains

    valuable information on what to see and do while

    visiting Randolph County, including an About the Area

    section and a detailed listing of festivals and events,

    local dining, distinctive shopping, museums and

    attractions, outdoor fun, arts and entertainment, history

    and heritage sites, golf, sports and racing, parks and

    recreation, vineyards and wineries and places to stay

    throughout the County.

    There is also a special removable map section

    located in the center of the guide featuring the

    Seagrove area potteries and Things to Do area

    map. Guides can be picked up at the HNCVB anytime

    Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 4:30 pm, located

    2013 HEART OF NORTH CAROLINA VISITOR'S

    gUIDE NOW AVAILABLE

    //COMMUNITY NEWS

    inside the Randolph County Historic Courthouse, 145-

    B Worth Street, Asheboro, or at either of the Randolph

    County Visitors Centers on Hwy 220 one mile south

    of Seagrove anytime Monday through Saturday from

    8:30 to 4:30 pm, or Sundays from 12:30 to 4:30 pm.

    Requests can also be made directly to Vicki Bloxham

    at 336.626.0364, ext. 201; or by email at 2013guide@

    HeartofNorthCarolina.com.

    The Heart of North Carolina Visitors Bureau is

    the official destination marketing organization for the

    Randolph County Tourism Development Authority,

    representing Archdale, Asheboro, Franklinville, Liberty,

    Ramseur, Randleman, Seagrove, Staly, and Trinity;

    and operates solely on occupancy taxes generated

    by overnight guests in Randolph County. Tourism

    spending contributed $115.43 million to Randolph

    Countys economy in 2011. For additional information,

    call 336.626.0364 or go to www.HeartofNorthCarolina.

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