Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Summer 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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46 Summer 2018 | Wake Forest 27587 Magazine PHOTOGRAPHS BY PHILIP M. READ Customers are known to line up at Britt's, but don't be tempted to pull out a digital-age credit card, this being a cash-only business. Lynn Prusa, left, daughter of Britt's Donuts owners and the newly retired town clerk of Carolina Beach, with one of the boardwalk destination's creations. "I started working here as a young girl," she said. "It's a true Southern beach town," said Kelsey Whitley, 26 and a newly arrived trans- plant from Maryland who now works at Havana's, a "fresh island restaurant" housed in an authentic 1916 craftsman bungalow. is being the Carolina coast, there's an appropriately named Hurricane Alley Restaurant & Tap Room, whose upper deck one weekday was the ocean-view perch of Cheri Yocum, now of Pinehurst, and her son, Nate Christensen, accompanied by his girlfriend, Jessica Demke. "is is our first time to the Atlantic Ocean," said Christensen, who hails from Wrightwood, Calif., and admits to being unaccustomed to the southern humidity. Still, he was looking on the bright side. "I think the ocean breeze makes it bear- able," he said. "It's very dry where we live," Demke said. Continued on Page 48 ❱❱

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