Rolesville Chamber of Commerce news
The Community Business Expo will be in the new Rolesville High, 1099 East Young St., July 23. A ribbon cutting for the school will take place at 11 a.m., followed by the Expo at 4 p.m. To participate, contact the Chamber at 919-562-7069 or visit rolesvillechamber.org.
Wake Forest chamber welcomes new members
The following businesses are the newest members of the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce:
•California Pizza Kitchen, Leah Iudice, 5959 Triangle Town Blvd., Raleigh, 919-792-0333, cpk.com
•Generous Community, Bob Winstead, 7128 Falls Glen Court, Raleigh, 919-889-1669, generouscommunity.net
•Labelle Nails & Spa, Phan Nguyen, 12279 Capital Blvd., Wake Forest, 919-554-2122, mylabellenails.com
•PDQ, Bryan Cole, Operating Partner, 10690 Northpark Road, Wake Forest, 919-648-4221, eatpdq.com
•Macallan Construction, Cristiana Wall, 900 W. Morgan St., Raleigh, 919-420-7801, MC1.biz
•Mary Kay Cosmetics, Jenny Spain, 1208 Golden Star Way, Wake Forest, 919-435-0504, marykay.com/jennyspain
•The Happy Tooth Orthodontics, Mimi Chan, 12215 Hampton Way, Suite 107, Wake Forest, 919-556-1422, HappyToothNC.com
•The Total Connection, LLC, Eddie King, P.O. Box 417, Wendell, 919-365-7395
•Visual Energy, Joel Young, 463 Shadowdale Lane, Rolesville, 919-404-9781, visualenergy.us.
Heritage sells 132 homes in 2013
Ammons Development Group announced that Heritage has sold 132 homes year-to-date.
Heritage credits its success to the award-winning sales team, 23 custom builders and quality amenity and recreational offerings. The community maintains the largest number of inventory homes in the Triangle in addition to pre-construction sales, and offers a wide variety of home styles, features and price points.
“2013 continues to be a successful year for all of our builders and for our community,” said Andy Ammons, president, Ammons Development Group. “We are proud that Heritage continues to be a destination for today’s homebuyer.”
Heritage was also named Best of the Best Neighborhood by The Wake Forest Weekly in 2011 and 2012.
Wake Forest library gets new management
Yvonne Allen, former manager of the Wake Forest Community Library, was recently promoted to the Southeast Regional Library.
The library welcomes new manager Sarah Lyon to the community.
The Wake Forest Community Library is at 400 E. Holding Ave.
Galland named team physician, medical director at Rolesville High
Dr. Mark Galland, orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist at Orthopaedic Specialists of North Carolina (OSNC), has been named team physician and medical director of Rolesville High School’s athletic teams. In this position, Galland will be responsible for leading and coordinating the medical staff and medical services for all of the school’s sports teams and student-athletes.
Rolesville High School will open in August with an anticipated enrollment of 600 to 700 students, with a maximum capacity of approximately 2,300 students. The school will offer football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, baseball, track, tennis, golf, swimming, wrestling, cheerleading and lacrosse programs.
Manufacturing forum July 18
Franklin, Vance and Warren counties, in combination with Vance-Granville Community College and the North Carolina Institute for Emerging Issues, host host a Manufacturing Works forum with discussion focusing on manufacturing in our community. The forum will be Thursday, July 18, from 8-10:15 a.m. at the VGCC civic center, 200 Community College Road, Henderson.
Panelists include Sharon Decker, secretary, N.C. Department of Commerce; Dr. Stelfanie Williams, president of Vance-Granville Community College; Mike Hess, Senior manager, science and technology, Novozymes North America Inc.; George Rusincovitch, vice president of manufacturing, Vescom North America; Todd Wemyss, general manager, Glen Raven Inc.
Register at tinyurl.com/ManufacturingWorksForum.