Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Fall 2018

The quarterly 27587 MAGAZINE is a must-read, in-you-hands publication that strives to give a deeper identity to rapidly growing Wake Forest, N.C. It highlights in-depth stories, targeting higher-income households.

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50 Autumn 2018 | Wake Forest 27587 Magazine of which is alongside waterfront dining at Mermaid Point, where legend has it that Revolutionary War tavern-goers swore they saw mermaids atop a river sandbar. At the waterside kayak hut, you're likely to €nd Allen Tyson, the 26-year-old general manager who has taken sightseers on white- water kayaking when river-water levels per- mit and has launched more than a few on "lazy river tubing" adventures at the conclu- sion of which a shuttle is ready to take adven- turers back upstream. "We get all walks of life in here," Tyson said. And venture out they do, something seen €rst-hand by Glenn McFadden, Lilling- ton's long-time mayor. "ˆey'll be hundreds of tubers going by," he said. "It's quite a unique sight." As for Green, he returned here in 1955, honored in Lillington during the €rst of a series of parades marking Harnett County's centennial and attending the Lillington pre- miere of his play, "ˆe Highland Call," based on the life of the Scottish heroine Flora Mac- Donald, according to newspaper reports. It was just a few years after he made 4,383+6%4,7&=4,-0-416)%( /E]EOWEVIEXXLIVIEH]EX'ETI*IEV 6MZIV%HZIRXYVIWMR0MPPMRKXSR [LIVIKIRIVEPQEREKIV%PPIR8]WSR MWMRLMWXLMVHWIEWSR

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