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6 Welcome to the Elizabeth City Area
an introduction to the community 10 Festivals Waterfront Fun
Harbor gives residents plenty to celebrate

14 Downtown attracting arts
Creative destinations flow through downtown

18 Local Flavor Food With Flavor

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20 Arts & Culture a City of Festivities 22 Sports & Recreation beautiful on the Outside 24 Education in With the Knew 27 Health healthy residents


31 Community Profile
32 Business On Guard 34 Working Here Small town, big base
Coast Guard base generates jobs

36 Chamber Report 37 Economic Profile


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WaTErfrONT COmmuNiTy Located on the Pasquotank Winfall River and Intracoastal Waterway, Elizabeth City has long been tied 158 5 Hertford H He to its waterfront. Once a major international seaport, today the city’s “Rose Buddies” waterfront ambassadors welcome visitors who arrive by boat to take advantage Elizabeth City of 48 hours of free boat dockage Kitty Hawk city has to offer. Serene awk wk k and all the sunrise views over water transition to the city’s historic downtown lOCaTiON district, where neat blocks of The Elizabeth City Area is in the coastal plain region of historic buildings filled with northeastern North Carolina. interesting shops, restaurants, arts and historic attractions give way to pretty, tree-lined residential streets with sidewalks for strolling. POPulaTiON

Elizabeth City

Named among the best small towns in America and one of the best places to live on the East Coast by Money Magazine, the Elizabeth City area is quaint and scenic, yet progressive and growing. Most of all, it’s welcoming. The friendliness of its people have earned it the nickname “Harbor of Hospitality.”

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BaSE Of ThE ECONOmy Home to five major commands of the U. S. Coast Guard, Elizabeth City also has several companies that supply the base, the area’s largest employers. Many of these companies also help account for the area’s strength in the aviation industry. Service and government entities are also top employers here including northeastern North Carolina’s regional medical center, Albemarle Hospital; its largest bank, Gateway Bank & Trust Co.; and the area’s three institutions of higher learning, Elizabeth City State University, College of the Albemarle and Mid-Atlantic Christian University. Businesses and residents also benefit from proximity to the more urban area of Norfolk, Va., which is less than an hour away.


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Miles Lyman Clark Memorial Fountain

downtown elizabeth City’s miles lyman Clark memorial fountain, illuminated by street lights

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boats depart from the shore into the pasquotank river in elizabeth City. The pasquotank river opens up into the albemarle sound, a large estuary that is separated from the atlantic ocean by the outer banks.

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people walk along a marina in elizabeth City, where many community activities revolve around the water.


very May, nearly 25,000 people come together on Elizabeth City’s waterfront to celebrate one of the state’s top crops, the potato. The annual North Carolina Potato Festival is a fun-filled day for families, from the free French fries and Little Miss Tater Tot pageant to corn hole tournaments, kiddie games and the street dance that winds up the event late in the evening.

“We’ve got local vendors and vendors from out of state with crafts and food, music and lots of things to do all day,” says Rebecca Cross, executive director of Elizabeth City Downtown Inc., which hosts the festival. “It draws all ages and kinds of folks and is really a lot of fun.”

muSiC ON ThE WaTEr Though it’s Elizabeth City’s largest event, the Potato Festival is by no means the only celebration that enlivens the waterfront. With an annual calendar of festivals, art walks, farmers markets, concerts and films, downtown Elizabeth
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The NC Potato Festival, which is the largest festival in the area, takes place in downtown Elizabeth City each May. The family-friendly event includes food, games, live entertainment and more. The festival kicks off with a party on Friday and the main event follows the next day.

“We have one of the prettiest downtowns anywhere, especially being right on the water. Our family really enjoys the waterfront, so Mariners’ Wharf is where we like to take the kids and just go when we want to relax. Another thing we all love to do as a family is see performances by The Center Players, which is the Arts of the Albemarle youth theater group. We go to all of their shows.”

City indeed earns its “Harbor of Hospitality” nickname. Mariners’ Wharf park on Water Street, with its sweeping harbor view, provides ample green space for a variety of these activities. Tuesdays in August and September belong to Music on the Green, a free series featuring different local artists and musical genres. “SiT-iN” mOviES WiTh a harBOr viEW Folks also bring their lawn chairs and picnic blankets to the waterfront for a drive-in movie experience, sans cars and speakers. Each Tuesday night in June and July the Mariners’ Wharf Film Festival, sponsored by Elizabeth City Downtown, offers classic films, from musicals and westerns to romantic comedies, shown for free on a large screen. As many as 300 film fans turn out, enjoying dinner downtown first or bringing a picnic supper to the park. The

2012 season included such enduring classics as Casablanca, Singin’ in the Rain and Roman Holiday. “People have loved these films,” says Simone Cooper, who organizes the festival. “For many this is the first time they’ve seen these films on a big screen. It’s something fun that families can do for free. And that’s important in these economic times.” CElEBraTiNg frEEDOm, arT aND mOrE On June 15, Mariners’ Wharf hosts one of the city’s most joyous events, Juneteenth, a celebration of the end of slavery. A day honoring African-American culture is filled with music, food, family activities, entertainment and a reading of The Emancipation Proclamation. See www.rivercitycdc.org for more information on this special event. Big events, though, aren’t the only way Elizabeth City residents enjoy their waterfront. Each month


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the First Friday Art Walk brings locals and visitors downtown to explore galleries and businesses, enjoy local restaurants and get to know the area’s artists. And on Saturdays from May to October the Downtown Waterfront Market offers farm fresh produce, honey, eggs and other goodies. “Our downtown and our waterfront are the heart of our city, the place where the community gathers,” Cross says. “Downtown holds most of our history, too. There’s a lot of uniqueness to Elizabeth City, and with that, diversity. It’s important to have that kind of identity. It shows who we are and what we are made of.” by Laura Hill by staff photographer Michael Conti




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Boaters who take the Intracoastal Waterway along the Pasquotank River soon learn why Elizabeth City has earned its reputation as The Harbor of Hospitality. Whenever five boats or more happen to come into the harbor at the same time, they are feted with a wine and cheese party sponsored by the Rose Buddies, a group dedicated to extending a gracious Southern welcome to Elizabeth City’s visitors. In addition, each woman on board gets a rosebud as an extra treat. Rose Buddies can be identified by their shirts and Mariners’ Wharf caps.

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hen Arts of the Albemarle renovated and opened a historic downtown building for gallery and performance space in 2009, it became an arts magnet, attracting more artists and art-related businesses to the downtown area.

This downtown arts anchor is located just one block from the waterfront. The 15,000-square-foot visual and performing arts center brings many art patrons into downtown for events, programs, activities, camps, workshops and performances. “On the first Friday of every month, AoA opens a new exhibit featuring the work of several artists,” says Rhonda Twiddy, AoA’s interim executive director. “Locals make First Friday ArtWalk part of their regular social calendar and often include dining in one of the many local restaurants. With more traffic created by AoA, a number of new businesses have opened that are arts-based.” aTTraCTiNg arTS-BaSED BuSiNESSES For instance, Two and a Half Women is a co-op for artists from across the area including teens under the age of 16 with no commission taken from the young artists.

Tina Clancy, co-owner of Two and a half women
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A Splash of Color
Elizabeth City’s arts community and district led to its selection as the host city for the Watercolor Society of North Carolina’s annual exhibition and workshop. While the event was held in the Raleigh area in the past, organizers wanted to move the location to other parts of the state. When the group’s president visited Elizabeth City, she “totally agreed that the (Arts of the Albemarle) center was great, the town was unique and there were great expectations for community support,” says Mary Crutchfield, a local artist and workshop teacher and a former member of the WSNC board, who lobbied for Elizabeth City to serve as a host city. Carolyn Peel, wife of Mayor Joe Peel, served as chair of a fundraising project to create public art to welcome the Watercolor Society. Using grants from the Elizabeth City Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Watercolor Society, the project involved art teachers and more than 200 students painting banners to hang from the streetlights along Main Street. “We wanted to make the area shine with public art created by our own students,” Crutchfield says. “The project developed with fabulous partnerships between the teachers, the students and the community, who donated money to sponsor these banners. We even closed Main Street one afternoon to have a street party with all teachers, kids, parents and friends, which was a joy.” Hosting the WSNC exhibition and workshop “is indeed a win-win partnership with our Arts of the Albemarle, the school system, the students and the residents who are very supportive and anxious to see the great art that comes from artists all over the state,” Crutchfield says.

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works created by local artists are displayed at Two and a half women in elizabeth City’s downtown area.

At Kelly’s Color Studio, Kelly Cameron makes, teaches and sells art. And nearby at Serenity Studio Arts, local artists share working space, sell their works and teach classes. Owners of these businesses say that the community’s investment in the arts drew them downtown initially, and their presence is helping to draw additional artists, as well as artbased activities and businesses. “We have been wonderfully welcomed in Elizabeth City,” says Tina Clancy, co-owner of Two and a Half Women. “We offer space to artists that are not displayed in any other venue, so we can work in conjunction with other studios offering art for sale. We try to carry arts that cover all tastes, likes and prices.”

As more art businesses have arrived in the downtown area, the district has transformed to accommodate them and in turn, they have helped strengthen existing businesses. “Restaurants in the downtown area have shifted their hours and operations to accommodate arts patrons, particularly during First Fridays and with scheduled performances at The Center,” Twiddy says. “Local businesses utilize the works of artists represented in the gallery and add to their collections regularly. Several studios and galleries now offer retail arts supplies for sale.” Being located in an arts district allows these new businesses to work together to help satisfy customers.


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Owned by Elizabeth Cit y resident Kelly Cameron, kelly’s Color Studio offers artful items suc h as paintings.

“I’m able to send folks in any direction from here to enjoy the Museum of the Albemarle, Arts of the Albemarle, or any other local shopping venue or gallery,” Cameron says. lONgTimE COmmiTmENT This regional arts focus has long been in the making, Cameron adds. She grew up taking art classes from local artists, and has happily watched as the local newspaper increased coverage of the arts and as the city undertook its first public art project. “The streets were lined with beautiful wooden painted sailboats for a month, and then were auctioned off,” she says. “There is a lot going on and I am positively thrilled to see it.”

Local arts advocates are keeping the momentum going. “Continued collaborative planning and marketing are important,” Twiddy says. “Businesses benefit from foot traffic in the downtown and artsbased activities help to increase that traffic.” Twiddy and other arts advocates are focused on showing the value of the arts as an economic driver, strengthening partnerships with the local school systems, and providing arts education programming for people across Pasquotank, Gates, Chowan and Currituck counties. by Nancy Mann-Jackson by staff photographer Michael Conti

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Food With Flavor

elizabeTh CiTy eaTeries offer mouThwaTering meals, deliCious desserTs Elizabeth City is a food lover’s dream, featuring all kinds of flavorful meals and sweet treats for diners to enjoy.

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Enjoy a great meal in the warm, inviting atmosphere at montero’s. The extensive menu offers diners a little bit of everything, from juicy filet mignon to French Quarter shrimp and chicken. “In the recent past we were always known for our steaks,” says owner Andy Montero. “But in the last six months to a year, we have really been drawing in folks for our seafood. I think that having unique and one-of-a-kind entrees helps us most of all.” A few of the distinctive dishes on Montero’s menu include the chicken Ashley, brown sugar encrusted pork chops and gingered salmon. Cypress Creek grill offers gorgeous views of the Pasquotank River from every seat in the house including the bar. If you’re a fan of Tex-Mex, Creole and Gulf Coast seafood, you’ll find all your favorites here. The menu includes offerings like the smoked jalapeño and feta crusted chicken breast, Creole crab cakes and beef or chicken fajitas. Another great place to enjoy delicious hot dogs and so much more is famous franks. They have tasty Boar’s Head sandwiches, sweet potato fries, soups and even video arcade games for fun!

stay overnight or simply stop by living Waters bed & breakfast, Organic tea house & bakery for comforting teas, sweet treats and scrumptious sandwiches. Lunch Desserts

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Sidney’s Café and Bistro offers a wide variety of lunchtime favorites, from a tuna salad melt to a cheeseburger bacon meatloaf sandwich served on sourdough bread. Sidney’s is also famous for delicious cookies and scones. If barbecue is what you crave for your midday meal, drop by Currituck BBQ Company, which specializes in smoked barbecue pork, beef and chicken as well as homemade sides and desserts. Bob-B-Q serves a variety of tasty slow-cooked Eastern North Carolina pork barbecue favorites with its own special sauce and offers a delicious buffet loaded with home-cooked favorites. Spicy hick dogs, hot dogs with hot sauce and all the fixings, are the specialty at Bryon’s hot Dog Stand. Bryon’s also features daily specials like chicken pot pie, chili and taco salad.

The Cupcakery Cafe now serves breakfast and lunch as well as cupcakes, cakes and pastries that are as beautiful as they are delicious. Sweet rush Bakery offers a unique assortment of fresh-baked goodies and breads. Specialty cakes for weddings, birthdays and other events are available from both bakeries. kathy’s kreations and its sister restaurant, The Wildflower Café, have all kinds of desserts, like cheesecake bars and marble brownies, in addition to tasty specialty sandwiches and salads. Looking for an elegant place to escape and enjoy a special treat? Visit living Waters Bed & Breakfast, Organic Tea house & Bakery and select from a menu filled with international teas, sandwiches, pastries, mouthwatering jumbo cupcakes, muffins and whoopie pies.


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shrimp salad supreme
Elizabeth City’s waterfront location inspires a craving for seafood, and thanks to geography, it can be enjoyed at its freshest here. Enjoy seafood on menus throughout town, or try this recipe at home.
ingredienTs • 3 cups cooked shrimp, chopped • 1 cup celery, diced • 3 hard-boiled eggs, chopped • ¾ cup mayonnaise • ½ teaspoon garlic powder • 1 teaspoon salt • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce • ¼ teaspoon allspice
Recipe courtesy of FarmFlavor.com

insTruCTions 1. In a large bowl, combine shrimp, celery and eggs. 2. In a small bowl, combine remaining ingredients. 3. Pour dressing over shrimp mixture, and toss well. 4. Cover and refrigerate for at least 4 hours before serving. 5. Serve on lettuce leaves and garnish with lemon slices or whole boiled shrimp.
Prep time: 15 minutes


A City of Festivities

elizabeTh CiTy’s CulTure sCene springs To life Elizabeth City’s cultural attractions showcase the best of the area’s rich harbor history through exhibits, art and theater.

walking tours are a great way to take in local history. pick up the “Elizabeth City historic Walking tour” guidebook and stroll the historical main street district, which is listed on the national register of historic places.

Elizabeth City Historic Walking tour


“I would tell any newcomer to please be here the first Friday of the month, because that’s how I fell in love with the place and decided to move. I could not believe how much was going on for a city this size.”
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Visit the museum of the albemarle for a sampling of local history. Located near the waterfront, the 50,000-square-foot museum contains both long-term and changing exhibits showcasing more than 700 artifacts reflecting the history and culture of the region. The museum regularly holds free events and lectures that provide hands-on learning opportunities about music, history, art and more. theater

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The Encore Theatre Company has been a mainstay of the arts community in Elizabeth City for the past 20 years. Performances are held at the 250-seat Maguire Theatre inside Arts of the Albemarle. Encore’s season runs from November to May, and each year the troupe stages three shows, which include musicals, such as Annie Get Your Gun and Seussical the Musical, as well as comedies and dramas.


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the Center

In 2009, the old lowryChesson building – once an opera house and then a flagship department store – was once again brought to life. it is now known as the arts of the albemarle Center, commonly called the Center. home to the Jaquelin Jenkins Gallery, the maguire theatre and the School of the arts, The Center has become a cultural cornerstone in elizabeth City.


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residenTs have aCCess To many reCreaTional aCTiviTies Outdoor recreational activities from mild to wild are available to residents of Elizabeth City, whether you are a participant or a spectator.

The Pines at Elizabeth City, the only 18-hole golf course in the city, has been around since 1947 and underwent an extensive makeover in 2005. It has re-emerged as a gem that Golf Digest magazine compared to the legendary Pinehurst No. 2. The Pines is a 7,017-yard beauty with fairways that are wide and forgiving, and elevated greens that are small and fast. Meanwhile, for more casual golf outings, there are two 9-hole par-3 courses in Elizabeth City: knobbs Creek golf Course and matthew Creek golf Course. park

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fun junktion covers 133 acres and features a skate park, children’s playground, nature trail and picnic area. There are also two man-made ponds stocked with catch-andrelease fish. In addition, Fun Junktion has a driving range, disc golf course and basketball court. Admission is free. Racing

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From April through September, one of the most popular attractions is the Dixieland Speedway. It features three racetracks for stock car, go-cart and motorcycle racing, and is located just 12 miles north of Elizabeth City and 25 miles from Virginia Beach. The speedway is reasonably priced, with admissions of $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 6 to 11, and free for children under age 5.

A $2.7 million South Park Sports Complex opened in august 2011 as a joint venture between elizabeth City and pasquotank County. south park has five baseball/softball fields, all of which are equipped with lights for night games. There is also a playground, a pavilion for picnics, a concession stand and restrooms area, and an observation room. also on the grounds are a baseball batting cage, softball batting cage and golf driving range.

South park Sports Complex


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Youth soccer popularity in Elizabeth City has skyrocketed in recent years with the addition of the river road Soccer Complex. The complex, which features five lighted fields, is conveniently located across from River Road Middle School. Organized soccer had previously been played at Northeastern Park, but the new River Road facility has brought players together at a central location and sparked interest in the sport to lure new players.

want to explore a place that inspired written works by henry wadsworth longfellow and edgar allan poe? visit dismal Swamp State Park, which covers more than 14,000 acres of protected land on the north Carolina-virginia state line. open year round, the park includes a canal used regularly by boaters traveling the intracoastal Waterway. Great for bird-watching, the park also has 16.7 miles of logging trails open to hikers and mountain bikers.

Naturally inspiring

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Parks and Recreation – It’s a Way of Life!

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in With the Knew

higher eduCaTion insTiTuTions open new faCiliTies Yes, this will be on the test: A lot of interesting news has been occurring lately throughout the Elizabeth City educational community.
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College of the albemarle has opened its new Currituck County regional aviation and Technical Training Center. Located in the Currituck Community Park area in Barco, the 40,000-square-foot building debuted in December 2012 to provide the college with a top level aviation curriculum as well as machining and mechanical engineering courses. Departments at the center include aviation systems technology, computer integrated machining, and aviation sheet metal design. Known as the first community college to be established under the North Carolina Community College Act of 1960, COA continues to provide educational and workforce development opportunities for the northeast region of North Carolina. K-12

Two public school systems serve students in the Elizabeth City Area. Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Schools enrolls approximately 6,000 students in its seven elementary schools, two middle schools, two high schools and an alternative school. Camden County Schools enrolls approximately 2,000 students throughout its five schools, which include a primary, intermediate and middle school, as well as two high schools.

ECSu recently opened a new willie and Jacqueline gilchrist education and psychology Complex, named for the current chancellor and his wife. The three-story building on the southeast corner of campus contains 53 faculty offices, two faculty lounges, three conference rooms, 15 classrooms and five laboratories. The university dates back to 1891 when it opened as a two-year school. Today, the four-year college of 3,700 students offers 36 degree programs along with four master’s programs. in 2010, U.S. News and World Report ranked eCsu second in the magazine’s category of best Colleges: Top public schools.

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private and parochial Schools

Elizabeth City also has private school options. albemarle School accommodates students from preschool through 12th grade and strives to create a caring, safe and family-friendly environment. Elizabeth City’s parochial schools are New life academy and victory Christian School. Associated with New Life Assembly, New Life Academy offers instruction for students in preschool (2-year-olds through K4) and kindergarten through fifth grade. Victory Christian School, part of Victory Baptist Church, offers instruction for students from kindergarten (K4 and K5) through 12th grade. learn more about elizabeth City’s schools online at livability.com/ elizabeth-city.

Mid-Atlantic Christian university

maCu has an active fellowship of Christian athletes chapter that is open to all students who compete on the college’s sport teams. meanwhile, the university announced in 2012 that it will host big gospel concerts, and the concerts are open to the public. located along the pasquotank river, the school offers more than 20 majors in four-year and two-year programs.

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liviNg: HEALTH

Healthy Residents

elizabeTh CiTy area’s healTh-Care providers serve CommuniTy well With a major hospital, clinics, a rehabilitation center and more, Elizabeth City’s health-care offerings provide a broad range of quality care.
Health System Clinic

alBEmarlE hEalTh, ThE rEgiON’S largEST PrOviDEr
Elizabeth City residents have their health-care needs covered, thanks to providers like albemarle health. A Vidant Health Partner affiliate, Albemarle Health is northeastern North Carolina’s largest regional health and wellness provider. It serves a seven-county region and is made up of Albemarle Hospital, Regional Medical Center, Regional Oncology Center, Island Medical Center, Albemarle Health Sleep Center, Gateway Community Health Centers and the Albemarle Hospital Foundation. Albemarle Hospital is the cornerstone of the Albemarle Health system, with services that include inpatient hospitalization, advanced surgery, an expansive rehabilitation program, the region’s most sophisticated diagnostic center, same-day ambulatory surgery, urgent and emergency care, and a regional oncology center.

COmmuNiTy CarE CliNiC
To help meet the needs of uninsured patients, the albemarle hospital foundation operates the Community Care Clinic in Elizabeth City, offering free physician care, screenings and prescription drugs to those without insurance. The Foundation opened the Community Care Clinic to provide more comprehensive care to a six-county area, and the now-larger Elizabeth City location serves patients in Pasquotank, Camden and Currituck counties. With dedicated staff members and approximately 50 volunteers, the clinic is able to assist the under-served population in two areas: primary care and prescription services.

FaSt FaCt
albemarle health’s Elizabeth City outpatient/same-day surgery unit earned recognition for superior patient satisfaction in 2011, according to patient surveys performed by HealthStream Research.

Coastal pediatrics

also in elizabeth City is Coastal Pediatrics, a primary care pediatric practice affiliated with Children’s hospital of The king’s daughters, the region’s only freestanding, full-service children’s hospital, located in nearby norfolk, va. The board-certified pediatricians at Coastal pediatrics care for children from birth to age 21 and offer daily walk-in appointments and saturday appointments for sick patients. The practice is home to a lactation consultant and offers elizabeth City families easy access to a comprehensive array of pediatric specialists, surgeons, and diagnostic and treatment services through its affiliations with Chkd.

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Comprehensive rehabilitation in Elizabeth City treats people who have pain in their back, neck, knee, hip or shoulder before or after surgery. The rehabilitation physicians also treat people who have weakness from a stroke or some nerve injury, and even those who have had amputations or spinal cord injuries. The practice utilizes a comprehensive approach using medications, physical and occupational therapy, and appropriate injections into muscles or joints.

Twiford funeral Homes, llC CemeTeries and CremaTorium www.twifordfh.com Owned and Operated by: David H. Twiford, Sr. J.J. Twiford & David Twiford, Jr. funeral Homes: ElizabEth City, NC – (252) 335-4395 MaNtEO, NC – (252) 473-2449 hattEras, NC – (252) 986-2554

CemeTeries: NEw hOllywOOd CEMEtEry ElizabEth City, NC (252) 335-4395 laurEl MEMOrial GardENs POPlar braNCh, NC (252) 335-4395

albemarle hospital is the cornerstone of the albemarle health system, with services that include inpatient hospitalization, advanced surgery, an expansive rehabilitation program, the region’s most sophisticated diagnostic center, same-day ambulatory surgery, urgent and emergency care, and a regional oncology center. The hospital also provides education and support groups as well as charity care for patients in need. in addition to its health-care impact, albemarle hospital is an important economic resource for the region. The system employs more than 900 people regionally, with more than $54 million in annual payroll.

Albemarle Hospital

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COmmunity PrOFilE
White, 65.4% Black, 31.6% Hispanic, 3.3% Other, 4.1%

COST Of liviNg

Median Household Income

Median Home Price

19 and Under 20-34 35-54 55 and Over

Median Rent for a Two-Bedroom Apartment

Median Travel Time to Work
July Average High

January Average Low





12 minutes
Closest Airport: Norfolk International Airport

January Low National Low

July High

National High

53 miles


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on guard

many Companies supporT CoasT guard, aviaTion indusTry Since the U.S. Coast Guard Air Station opened in 1940, Elizabeth City has been in the business of flight. Today, several businesses contribute to the area’s aviation industry, which has become the backbone of Elizabeth City’s economy.
Air Station Ancillary Businesses the fields of logistics, workforce performance, training, engineering, aviation management and information technology. Launched in 2002, the company handles training and logistics solutions for the U.S. Coast Guard and the Department of Homeland Security. Telephonics provides integrated information, communication and sensor system solutions to military and commercial markets worldwide. It operates a Telephonics Technical Support Services Business at Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Regional Airport to provide long term technical support needed to ensure mission readiness of many critical U.S. Coast Guard assets. Telephonics specializes in aircraft intercommunication systems, wireless communication systems, radars, and identification friend or foe products. learn more about businesses in elizabeth City at livability.com/ elizabeth-city.

u.S. COaST guarD COmmaNDS
Officially opened as a seaplane base, the Air Station was the first of the five Coast Guard commands in Elizabeth City. The unit’s missions include search and rescue, law enforcement, marine environmental protection and more. u.S. Coast guard air Station Elizabeth City is one of the busiest air stations in the Coast Guard. Aviation Research and Development

WOrkiNg TOgEThEr
Many businesses in Elizabeth City help keep the Coast Guard Air Station going. For example, DrS Technologies specializes in repairing C-130s for the Coast Guard. The company operates two aircraft modification, repair and overhaul facilities. With more than 300 employees and growing, DRS is one of Elizabeth City’s top employers. TCOm lP has been committed to quality airship manufacturing, assembly, flight testing and training for nearly 35 years. TCOM LP recently opened a $3 million, 40,000-square-foot manufacturing facility that doubled its workforce in Elizabeth City to more than 100. The new facility produces the mooring systems for aerostats, which are helium-filled balloons used for surveillance. vectorCSP is a small business with headquarters in Elizabeth City. It was created by experts in

aviaTiON, aErOSPaCE COmPaNiES COmiNg
The new $13 million Elizabeth City-Pasquotank aviation research and Development Commerce Park will open in phases over the next few years and is expected to be a big draw for aviation and aerospace companies. Upon completion, the park will connect the 7,200-square-foot runway shared by the Coast Guard and the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Regional Airport.


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Business Spotlight
SOuThgaTE mall
Southgate Mall is open daily and has more than 30 shops such as The Shoe Dept., Hibbett Sports and Hallmark, as well as department store anchors JCPenney and Belk. www.southgatemallec.com

Hornthal, Riley, Ellis & Maland, L.L.P.
Attorneys Serving Northeastern North Carolina for Over 100 Years

Attorneys at Law

office Locations:
301 E. Main St. Elizabeth City, NC 27909 (252) 335-0871 Tel • (252) 335-4223 Fax 2502 S. Croatan Hwy. Nags Head, NC 27959 (252) 441-0871 Tel • (252) 441-8822 Fax 211 Main St. • P.O. Box 510 Columbia, NC 27925 (252) 796-8561 Tel • (252) 796-1083 Fax

Motion Sensors helped pave the way for speed sensors. The company has been manufacturing sensors for more than 40 years and produces all sizes for industries including military, rail and aerospace. www.motionsensors.com


At this science center in downtown Elizabeth City, kids enjoy hands-on activities such as the Experimentation Station in which they use the scientific method to complete fun experiments. www.portdiscover.org

A ministry of the Chowan Baptist Association, Cale offers planned programs as well as facility rentals for group meetings and outings on its 76 acres of woods and wetlands. www.campcale.com

hOffEr flOW CONTrOlS iNC.
Hoffer is a world leader in turbine flow meter technology. The company manufactures flow meters for the measurement of clean liquids and gases throughout the processing industries. www.hofferflow.com
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Small Town,
s the Harbor of Hospitality, it makes sense that Elizabeth City hosts the largest Coast Guard base in the United States, featuring five commands: Base Elizabeth City, Aviation Technical Training Center, Air Station Elizabeth City, Station Elizabeth City, and the Aviation Logistics Center.

Big Base


retired Captain Jim Thomas enjoys spending time on the golf course at The pines at elizabeth City.


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A jet on display near the gate of United States Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City, which was founded in 1939

ECONOmiC imPaCT With more than 1,300 active duty and civilian personnel, the base is the city’s largest employer, with an estimated $117 million economic impact that reverberates throughout the area as a support industry magnet. Contractors serving the base employ some 700 personnel and contribute $30 million to the base’s overall economic impact. WOrk aND rETirE iN ElizaBETh CiTy And when local active duty personnel retire, they tend to stick around. Elizabeth City has the highest per capita population of retired Coast Guard employees in the country. Part of the attraction for Guard retirees is the ability to continue working after retirement within the contract industries that support the base. Phil Wentworth, a retired chief warrant officer, says contract work is well suited for a retired person working to supplement their income. The electronics skills he developed in the service made him an easy contractor hire. Camden resident John Tanis, a retired aviation maintenance mechanic, says, “For me and my wife, it was important to us not to uproot our daughter. We have

good schools and lots of good friends in Camden.” Elizabeth City’s small town atmosphere also helps keep retirees around. “It’s an urban town with a rural feel,” says retired Captain Jim Thomas. “Elizabeth City is small enough that if you want to make an impact, if you want to play a role in the community, you can. You can participate. You’re not just a number like you would be in a big city.” Thomas, who is employed by a local defense contractor, and his wife, a teacher, feel a personal connection with the city’s leadership and choose to live in the heart of town on Main Street. COaST guarD WEEk Elizabeth City formally shows its appreciation for service men and women and their families during Coast Guard Week, held annually the first week of August. Organized through a partnership

between the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce and the Guard, activities vary from year to year but always include free tickets to local sports attractions and merchant discounts for Guard personnel and retirees. Mainstays are the USO concert and Coast Guard Day at the base, a birthday party for the Guard celebrating its founding in 1939. One popular Coast Guard Week activity is the free day of golf for active duty personnel at The Pines at Elizabeth City golf course. The course also offers public as well as private membership golf. “You can’t find a better deal in the area,” Thomas says about the course. “It’s beautiful, challenging, and fairly easy to get a tee time. There is even a group of retirees called the Hoobie Goobies that tee off every day at 12:30. It’s a fun group to play with.” by Cyndie Todd by staff photographers Michael Conti and Jeffrey S. Otto

“It’s an urban town with a rural feel. Elizabeth City is small enough that if you want to make an impact, if you want to play a role in the community, you can. You can participate. You’re not just a number like you would be in a big city.”
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Championing the Region
new Chamber presidenT Takes lead in CommuniTy advoCaCy
The past couple of years have been significant for the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce, which celebrated its centennial anniversary in 2011 and installed a new president in 2012. New president Kelly Thorsby is serving the chamber’s membership by increasing networking and referrals while also taking a lead in advocating the community as a great place to live and work. “The chamber still serves as the voice of business in our area, and the majority of our businesses are small companies with fewer than 10 employees,” Thorsby says. “Chamber members of this size especially enjoy referrals from other members and the numerous networking opportunities the chamber provides.” The chamber draws its membership from Elizabeth City, Pasquotank County and the Camden County region. “The Elizabeth City area is a great place to work, and the numerous businesses that call this area home can attest to that,” Thorsby says. hEalTh, EDuCaTiON aND ENTErTaiNmENT She adds there are several reasons why Elizabeth City remains a fine place to live and raise a family. “Our health-care providers are first class for residents of all ages and abilities, and our population area can also enjoy the benefits of having Elizabeth City State University, College of The Albemarle, and MidAtlantic Christian University right in our backyard,” she says. “Our rural neighborhoods and charming towns

are surrounded by countryside and farmland, yet we’re close enough to the Outer Banks and Virginia to allow for a diverse spectrum of interests and activities.” In addition, Thorsby says that Elizabeth City and the surrounding area also have great places to play. “Whether enjoying one of our historical sites, museums, fine golf courses, ball fields, local theater groups, restaurants, retail shops, art centers, or any other number of varied entertainment outlets, we have something for everyone,” by Kevin Litwin she says.


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Annual Retail Sales

Accommodation and Food

High School Graduate Associate Degree Bachelor’s Degree Master’s Degree

Total Private NonFarm Establishments

$200,000+, 2.4% $25,000-199,999, 71.8% $24,999 and under, 25.8%



Sales Tax

Elizabeth CityPasquotank Public Schools Albemarle Hospital, Elizabeth City State University, U.S. Coast Guard Walmart, State of NC Dept. of Correction, Pasquotank County, Academi, Perquimans County Schools, Albemarle Regional Health Services,



6% to 7.75%
North Carolina Individual Income Tax

999500 499250

inter-County public Transportation authority

(252) 338-4480





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2013 Business guide
The following information was provided by the Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce. The area code is 252, the city is Elizabeth City Area and the state is North Carolina, unless otherwise noted. Highlighted businesses are 2013 Elizabeth City Area Chamber of Commerce sustaining sponsors and bold businesses are advertisers.
Culpepper inn Holly Koerber • 335-9235 609 W. Main St., 27909 www.culpepperinn.com Days inn Yashi Vahewala • 335-4316 308 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.daysinn.com Elizabeth City Bed & Breakfast Raymond Donnelly • 338-2177 108 E. Fearing St., 27909 www.elizabethcitybb.com Fairfield inn and Suites by marriott Jeff Barnett • 333-1003 1640 City Center Blvd., 27909 www.marriott.com/orfec Foreman house bed and breakfast Mel Powell, Andy Mason • 562-6539 311 W. Church St., 27909 www.foremanhousebb.com grice-fearing house Bed & Breakfast Vidal & Georgene Falcon • 333-1792 200 S. Road St., 27909 www.gricefearinghouse.com hampton inn Toni McGovern • 333-1800 402 halstead Blvd., 27909 www.hampton-inn.com/hi/elizabethcity holiday inn Express Monisha Patel • 338-8900 306 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.hiexpress.com/eselizabethcit living Waters Bed & Breakfast Organic Tea house & Bakery Terry Wilkinson • 679-7902 1937 N. Road St., 27909 Quality inn Mike Patel • 338-3951 522 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 hutchins allen & Company, Pa Frederick H. Hutchins • 261-1040 4720 N. Croatan Hwy., Kitty Hawk, 27949 www.obxcpa.com William r. Nixon, CPa, PC 338-6379 1100 W. Ehringhaus St., Unit C, 27909 Sykes & Company, Pa Sheila Anderson • 482-7644 401 E. Church St., Edenton, 27932 www.sykes-cpa.com

Emerald lake apartments Tiffany Alfaro • 335-9395 1500 Emerald Lake Cir., 27909 www.templetonproperties.us river’s Edge/river’s retreat Sarah Ownley • 337-7352 450 River’s Edge Cir., 27909 Southgate manor apartments Claudia Neff • 338-2409 828 Westway Dr., 27909 www.southgate-online.com Tanglewood lake apartments Caroline Forehand • 337-7155 3895 Waterside Dr., 27909 www.tanglewoodlakeapts.com

Administrative, professional & Engineering Services
NC Department of Commerce, Division Workforce Solutions Wade Deuney • 331-4798 422 McArthur St., 27909 Workforce resources, inc. Charlene Wade • 331-1874 905 Halstead Blvd., 27909 www.wkforceresources.com

arts of the albemarle Rhonda Twiddy • 338-6455 516 E. Main St., 27909 www.artsofthealbemarle.com footprint Christian resources & unique gifts Janice Craig • 562-6690 206 N. Poindexter St., 27909 www.footprintchristianresources.com kelly’s Color Studio Kelly Cameron • 202-1597 511 E. Main St., 27909 Serenity Studio arts Courtney Birdsall • 331-2940 104 E. Main St., 27909 www.serenityartsandbrew.com Two and a half Women Tina Clancy • 339-3868 116 N. Poindexter St., 27909

Adult Day Cares
Daybreak adult Day health Services Sheila VanKeuren • 338-4375 1407 Parkview Dr., 27909 www.arhs-nc.org

albemarle Trading Post Scott Perry • 312-2302 27909 www.albemarletradingpost.com homes & land of the Outer Banks Julie Walter • 305-0025 Nags Head, 27959 www.homesandland.com

Advertising – Marketing & public Relations
Binchmark marketing & agency Services Chance Wilson • (757) 447-6040 P.O. Box 68393, Virginia Beach, VA 23471 www.binchmarkmarketing.com Cahoon & Cross, inc. Margaret Cahoon • (757) 420-6944 4012 Raintree Rd., Ste. 100B, Chesapeake, VA 23321 www.cahoonandcross.com

Assisted Living
Carolina house – Brookdale Senior living Donna Pendleton • 333-1171 401 Hastings Ln., 27909 helping your loved Ones Pau Virts, Earl Virts • (757) 421-7344 238 Ballenhack Rd., Chesapeake, VA 23322 www.helpingyourlovedones.com heritage Care – Elizabeth City Janne Mills • 338-2816 100 Timmerman Dr., 27909 Waterbrooke of Elizabeth City Dana Rabon • 331-2149 143 Rosedale Dr., 27909 www.waterbrookeofec.org

Bailey, king & associates Barbara Bailey • 335-9298 407 S. Griffin St., Ste. N., 27909 karin h. ventura accounting Karin Ventura • 335-7839 1545 N. Road St., Ste. D, 27909 Tadlock & associates Milton Tadlock • 338-5134 301 S. Road St., 27909

Airports – international
Norfolk airport authority Charles W. Braden • (757) 857-3351 Norfolk International Airport, Norfolk, VA 23518 www.norfolkairport.com

Accountants – Certified public
austin, hedgepeth, foreman & Spaeth, ltd. Angela Magrini • 335-0814 300 E. Fearing St., 27909 Douglas a. hollowell, CPa, PC Donna Winborne • 338-8021 1880 W. City Dr., 27909 www.hollowellcpa.com gregory & associates, CPa, PC Rhonda L. Gregory • 426-9200 1082 Harvey Point Rd., Hertford, 27944 www.gregorycpas.com S.W. hibbard, CPa Sonja W. Hibbard • 338-4055 103 E. Main St., 27909

mary jane Eisenbeis law Office Mary Jane Eisenbeis • 338-8989 101 E. Elizabeth St., 27909 William h. morgan, jr., attorney at law 331-2277 • 410 E. Main St., 27907 michael P. Sanders, attorney at law 331-1628 • 406 A-1 S. Griffin St., 27909 www.michaelsanderslaw.com g.E. Small, PC, attorney at law Elvin Small • 335-2600 607 E. Main St., 27909

Airports – Regional
Elizabeth City regional airport Scott Hinton • 335-5634 1028 Consolidated rd., 27909 www.ecgairport.com

The framery Gene Scott • 335-1803 406 A-2 S. Griffin St., 27909 Thriftique Tammy Krueger • 455-2755 101 Ashton Ave., 27909


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Attorneys – Real Estate
hornthal, riley, Ellis & maland Gayle Eason, Firm Administrator • 335-0871 301 E. Main St., 27909 • www.hrem.com Twiford law firm, PC H.P. Williams • 338-4151 203 N. Road St., 27909 www.twifordlaw.com

Awards & trophies
Elizabeth City Trophy & awards, inc. Paul Bossi • 338-6920 1849 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.elizabethcitytrophy.com

h & r Block-Ehringhaus M.C. Brewer • 338-2157 515 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.HRBlock.com

The Cupcakery Café Heather Fletcher • 335-0211 1725 City Center Blvd., 27909 Spoonful of Sugar Sally Sharber • 340-3220 27909 Sweet rush Bakery Niki Jernigan • 331-2835 321 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909

footprint Christian resources & unique gifts Janice Craig • 562-6690 206 N. Poindexter St., 27909 www.footprintchristianresources.com

river City Outfitters Steve Magaro • 340-0900 Hertford, 27944 www.perquimansriveroutfitters.com

albemarle lanes Bowling Center Steven Marshal • 335-4213 603 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909

Nosae auction Co. Frank Eason • 771-5716 916 N. Hwy. 343, South Mills, 27976

BB&T Chris Langley • 335-0888 1000 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.bbandt.com first Citizens Bank & Trust Chris Haddock • 331-6055 310 S. Road St., 27909 www.firstcitizens.com first South Bank Robert Pfeiffer • 335-0848 604 E. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.firstsouthnc.com gateway Bank George Thomas • 334-1511 1145 N. Road St., 27909 www.gatewaybankandtrust.com Select Bank & Trust Mark Campbell • 337-9070 104 Nance Ct., 27909 www.selectbankandtrust.com Townebank of Currituck Tom White • 338-2165 178 US 158 W., Camden, 27921 www.bankofcurrituck.com Wells fargo Sidney Rabon • 331-6207 400 E. Main St., 27909 www.wellsfargo.com

Brokers – investments
gateway investment Services, inc. Sharron Jones • 261-2110 2808 S. Croatan Hwy., Nags Head, 27959 www.gatewaybankandtrust.com Walnut Street Securities, inc. Bruce Wackelin • (800) 849-1880 1700 E. Arlington Blvd., Ste. E, Greenville, 27858 Wells fargo advisors, llC Jeff Mitchell • 331-6296 400 E. Main St., 27909 Whichard & Woolard Wealth management group William A. Whichard, Jr. & John H. Woolard, Jr. 338-5121 • 113 S. Water St., Second Fl., 27909 www.whichardwoolard.wfadv.com

Auto Dealers
alliance Nissan Hal Chappell • 338-5161 1712 N. Road St., 27909 www.alliancenissan.com Bedliners Plus accessories John Protain • 338-0552 1942 N. Road St., 27909 www.blp-a.com biggs Cadillac buick Gmc truck Bruce Biggs • 338-2131 1197 uS hwy. 17 S., 27909 www.biggspontiac.com Carolina Chrysler Dodge jeep Wayne Perry • 335-0724 1001 Halstead Blvd., 27909 www.carolinachrysler.com hall ford hyundai Nick Vendt • 338-4783 1310 N. Road St., 27909 www.hallhyundaielizabethcity.com hall honda of Elizabeth City David Rodgers • 435-6328 105 Tanglewood Pkwy. S., 27909 www.hallhondaelizabethcity.com midway auto group Roxanne Staples • 335-9800 1223 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909 Performance Chevrolet Wayne Perry • 338-9100 1005 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.driveperry.com Perry auto group Wayne Perry • 338-3925 1005 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.perryautogroup.com toyota of Elizabeth City Tom Simms • 335-4301 1002 halstead Blvd., 27909 www.toyotaofelizabethcity.com

hearndon Construction Corp. Douglas Smith • (757) 523-2569 1001 Scenic Pkwy., Chesapeake, VA 23323 www.hearndon.com home Builders association of Northeastern NC Sheryl Lovitt • 453-6668 P.O. Box 59, Aydlett, 27916 www.hbanenc.org Quality homes of Currituck Justin Old • (757) 816-2006 P.O. Box 743, Moyock, 27958 www.qualityhomesofcurrituck.com

Banks – Mortgages
BB&T Chris Langley • 335-0888 1000 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.bbandt.com PNC Bank James Furst • 331-6091 606 E. Main St., 27909 www.centura.com

Building Materials
Builder’s Discount Center Carl Debro • 338-2034 100 Big Daddy Pkwy., 27909 www.buildersdiscount.net Elizabeth City Brick Company Curtis Chambers • 335-2965 901 N. Hughes Blvd., 27909 griggs lumber & Design Center Terri Cahoon • 264-2323 109 Impact Blvd., 27909 www.griggslumber.com lowe’s Butch Osborne • 331-6160 1605 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

Beauty Salons
True images Salon Kim Bright • 334-9955 505 E. Church St., Ste. 1, 27909

Auto Racing
Dixieland Speedway Red Swain • Track: 771-5151 1520 Northside Rd. (track address), 27909 www.dixielandspeedway.net

Beauty Salons – tanning
Tankini Spa Janice Bowman • 384-0500 1245 Hwy. 17 S., Ste. D, 27909

Business Consulting
Empire management group Portia Codjoe • (678) 602-5845 2204 Bristol Cir., Johns Creek, GA 30022

Auto Repair & Service
hudson & Son garage Terry Hobbs & John Hudson • 771-2404 1366 Northside Rd., 27909 www.lchudsonandsongarage.com

Beverage Distributors
albemarle Distributing Company Alex Rowe • 338-8936 129 Charles St., 27909 City Beverage Company Jeff Dixon • 330-5539 1471 Weeksville Hwy., 27909 www.citybeverageco.com Coastal Beverage Company Mark Collins • 338-3690 888 Forest Park Rd., 27906 Pepsi Bottling ventures of Elizabeth City Phillip Johnson • 335-4355 109 Corporate Dr., 27909

Business Development
Professional association of Businesses – PaOB Chance Wilson • (757) 447-6040 P.O. Box 68393, Virginia Beach, VA 23471 www.societyofmembers.com

Auto tire & Service Centers
Norman young Tire Center Norman & Patricia Young • 338-3490 929 Halstead Blvd., 27909

griggs lumber & Design Center Terri Cahoon • 264-2323 109 Impact Blvd., 27909 www.griggslumber.com Noble Brothers Cabinets & millwork, llC Scott Noble • 335-1213 107 Marine Dr., Edenton, 27932 www.noblebrothers.com

Aviation Engineering Services & Support
DrSC3 & aviation Company Don Davis • 338-0288 1060 Consolidated Rd., 27909 www.drs.com

river City Cycling Club Ed Taylor • 335-1118 P.O. Box 295, 27909 www.rivercitycyclingclub.com

Cable television & Advertising
Time Warner Cable Rich Shafer • (866) 489-2669 701 N. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.timewarnercable.com

Aviation technical Services & Engineering
ETSC, llC David Allen • 331-1004 1026 Consolidated Rd., 27909

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Calibration Services
acucal, inc. Calibration repair & Services Tom Efaw • 337-9975 1910 Weeksville Rd., 27909 www.acucal.com

Thompson hospitality Susan Johns • 334-2052 715 N. Poindexter St., 27909 www.thompsonhospitality.com Topside restaurant & Catering Norma Madeira • 336-2611 910 S. Hwy. 343, Shiloh, 27974

Campgrounds & Rv parks
North river Campground Elton & Judy Sawyer • 336-4414 256 Garrington Island Rd., Shawboro, 27973 www.northrivercampground.com

greater Works full gospel Baptist Church Gailyn Manley • (757) 966-5573 P.O. Box 2093, 27909 www.greaterworksfgbc.com new Community Church Cindy Gothard • 335-0015 100 kathryn Ct., 27909 www.newcommunitychurch.net Newbegun united methodist Church Roger Braun • 334-9916 2119 Nixonton Rd., 27909 www.newbegunumc.org

uS Cellular Megan Dean • 338-9400 103 Tanglewood Pkwy., Ste. J, 27909 www.uscellular.com verizon Wireless Ray Duncan • 331-1650 900 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.verizonwireless.com

Camps & Conference Centers
Cale – Camp & Conference Center Matt Thomas • 264-2513 377 Camp Cale Rd., Hertford, 27944 www.campcale.com

Civic, Community & government organizations
albemarle area Committee of 100 Peter Thomson • 338-0169 405 E. Main S., Ste. 4, 27909 www.DiscoverEC.com albemarle area united Way, inc. Susan Trihy • 333-1510 P.O. Box 293, 27909 www.albemarleareauw.org albemarle Commission Senior Nutrition Program Darlene Harrell • 426-7093 220 D. Ocean Hwy. S., Hertford, 27944 albemarle Economic development Commission Wayne Harris • 338-0169 405 E. main St., Ste. 4, 27909 www.discoverec.com albemarle Family ymCa Dean Mattix • 334-9622 1240 N. road St., 27909 www.ymcashr.org albemarle hopeline Patricia Youngblood • 338-5338 P.O. Box 2064, 27906 www.albemarlehopeline.org albemarle regional health Services Jerry Parks • 338-4483 711 Roanoke Ave., 27909 www.arhs-nc.org american Cancer Society Crystal Herring • 495-1188 930-B Wellness Dr., Greenville, 27834 www.cancer.org american legion “Seth E. Perry” Post 84, inc. Bruce Simons • 562 5196 215 Dyer St., 27909 home.roadrunner.com/~nclegionpost84 american red Cross – greater albemarle area Carolyn Self • 335-2185 1409-B Parkview Dr., 27909 www.gaacarc.org american youth Soccer Organization (aySO) Charlie Porter • 336-4243 E.C. Parks & Rec., 200 E. Ward St., 27909 ayso1091.com Camden County Mike Renshaw • 338-1919 117 Hwy. 343 N., Camden, 27921 www.camdencountync.gov Camden County Education foundation D. Mike Aydlett • 336-4482 174 N. Hwy. 343, Camden, 27921 City of Elizabeth City Rich Olson • 337-6864 306 E. Colonial ave., 27909 www.cityofec.com Coast guard mWr John Welcome • 335-6932 Commanding Officer USCG Support Center, Attn.: MWR Bldg. 5, 27909 Coastal Carolina riders Al Lott • 331-2991 1119 Chestnut Dr., 27909 www.site.coastalcarolinariders.com Downtown Business & Professional association James Furst • 619-4022 P.O. Box 201, 27907 www.downtownelizabethcity.blogspot.com Education foundation of Elizabeth CityPasquotank Public Schools Molly Brite, Executive Director • 338-9115 508 E. Main St., Ste. 205, 27909 www.theeducationfoundation.net Elizabeth City area Chamber of Commerce Kelly Thorsby • 335-4365 502 E. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.elizabethcitychamber.org

Car Wash & Detailing
Smooth Touch Car Wash Gabriel Adkins • 331-5811 111 Byron Ct., 27909

Certified Fraud Examiner & Financial investigator
amaker & associates investigations, llC Larry Amaker • 264-4311 Hertford, 27944 www.amakerassociates.com

Cards & gift Shops
Deb’s hallmark Shop Ray & Debbie Potts • 335-5544 1409 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

Child Care
Creative kids Childcare Center, inc Jennifer Terranova • 333-1021 116 Corporate Dr., 27909 www.creativekidsec.com girls incorporated of the albemarle Denise Rodgers • 335-7346 304 S. Road St., 27909 www.girlsincofthealbemarle.com Northeastern Child Development Center i Lucy Lowe • 338-3435 151 Gumberry Rd., Camden, 27921 www.northeasterncdc.org Northeastern Child Development Center ii George Bright • 338-5466 154 Hwy. 158 E., Camden, 27921 www.northeasterncdc.org Winnie Wood Child Development Center Heather Blackford • 335-0313 104 Commercial Blvd., 27909 www.northeasterncdc.org

Carpet & Flooring
Carpet Connection Jon & Melba Van Dalsum • 338-2050 441 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 griggs lumber & Design Center Terri Cahoon • 264-2323 109 Impact Blvd., 27909 www.griggslumber.com interiors by h & W, inc. Ramona Humphries & Pauline Waters • 435-6376 433B Caratoke Hwy., Moyock Shopping Plaza, Moyock, 27958 mill-End Carpet Shops Jason Marshall • 335-2915 2 Mill End Ct., Mill End Center, 27909 www.millendcarpet.com Northeastern flooring, inc. Frank & Martha Cudequest • 337-7125 724 Pitts Chapel Rd., 27909 www.northeasternflooringnc.com Stumm’s hardwood floors & more Bob Stumm • 335-9288 620 Hull Dr., 27909 www.stummshardwood.com

Children & Family Services
albemarle Smart Start Partnership Dr. Denauvo Robinson • 333-1233 1403 Parkview Dr., 27909 www.albemarlessp.org

Carpet & upholstery Cleaning
Quality Carpet Care, inc. Flo Harrington • 338-2244 304 N. Hwy. 343, Camden, 27921

albemarle Chiropractic Offices Stephen Van Giesen, DC • 338-3206 808 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 Elizabeth City Chiropractic Richard Tynan, DC • 338-4137 900 Wilson St., 27909 Optimum Wellness & rehab Center Jason Jones • 335-2225 706 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.optimumwellnessandrehab.com river City Chiropractic Scott M. Mawhiney • 335-7709 224 N. Poindexter St., 27909

Carpet, Flooring & Countertops
Earth Stone industries, llC Kevin Chase • 333-1162 1249 uS hwy. 17 S., unit 10, 27909 www.ncearthstone.com mill-End Carpet Shops Jason Marshall • 335-2915 2 Mill End Ct., Mill End Center, 27909 www.millendcarpet.com

Case iH Dealer
B&S Enterprises Brian & Stuart Jennings • 264-2400 1395 US 17 S., 27909 • www.bandsent.com

Cann memorial Presbyterian Church Elizabeth Cluff • 338-6113 311 W. Main St., 27909 Christ Episcopal Church Diane Hendrix • 338-1686 200 S. McMorrine St., 27909 www.christchurch-ecity.org Church of the redeemer Craig Stephans • 337-7177 207 Hwy. 343 S., Camden, 27921 www.AnglicanChurchoftheRedeemer.org Cornerstone missionary Baptist Church Walter Smith, Jr. • 335-5838 507 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr., 27909 www.cornerstonemissionarybaptist.org freedom Baptist ministries Susan Buckner • 331-1493 768 Pitts Chapel Rd., 27909 greater anointing ministries Beverly Mercer • 312-7954 201 McMorrine St., 27909 www.greateranointingministries.org

Bob-B-Q/Catering Concepts Bob Carson • 331-7791 407 S. Griffin St., Ste. E, 27909 Currituck BBQ Co. Paul Robinson • 453-6618 4467 Caratoke Hwy., Barco, 27917 kathy’s kreations Kathy Parks • 331-1888 422 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.kathyskreationsonline.com kelly’s restaurant Mike Kelly • 441-4116 2316 S. Croatan Hwy., MP 10 1/2 Bypass, Nags Head, 27959 • www.kellysrestaurant.com montero’s restaurant, Bar & Catering Andy & Karin Montero • 331-1067 414 McArthur Dr., 27909 www.monterosrestaurant.com


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Elizabeth City Downtown, inc. Rebecca Cross • 338-4104 507 E. Main St., Ste. N., 27909 www.ecdowntown.com Elizabeth City habitat for humanity Norma James • (866) 259-5325 P.O. Box 267, 27907 • www.ecityhabitat.org Elizabeth City historic Neighborhood association Cookie Stokes, Treasurer • 338-3348 531 Water Crest Cir., 27907 • www.echna.org Elizabeth City housing authority Denise Mercer • 335-5411 440 Hariot Dr., 27909 Elizabeth City jaycees Jan Willingham • 331-0330 P.O. Box 1883, 27906 Elizabeth City junior Woman’s Club Jen Mercer • 312-4764 P.O. Box 1521, 27906 Elizabeth City Shrine Club Joe Elliott • 339-5461 172 Chantilly Rd., Camden, 27921 www.ecshrineclub.com Elizabeth City State university foundation William Smith • 335-3226 1704 Weeksville Rd., 27909 www.ecsu.edu food Bank of the albemarle Liz Reasoner • 335-4035 109 Tidewater Way, 27906 www.afoodbank.org girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast Beven Owens • 335-2291 912 Cedar Rd., Chesapeake, VA 23322 www.gsccc.org girls incorporated of the albemarle Denise Rodgers • 335-7346 304 S. Road St., 27909 www.girlsincofthealbemarle.com NC Division of vocational rehabilitation Services Patti Delano • 331-4768 401 S. Griffin St., Ste. 100, 27909

North Carolina’s Northeast Commission Vann Rogerson • 482-4333 119 W. Water St., Edenton, 27932 www.ncnortheast.com Northeast Coalition to End homelessness Gus Smith • 335-1596 • P.O. Box 37, 27909 Northeast NC fellowship of Christian athletes Scott Williams • 564-2465 5535 N. Croatan Hwy., Southern Shores, 27949 www.nencfca.org Northeastern Coalition for Small minority farmers & landowners Shirley Brown • 330-2428 469 New Rd., 27909 • www.ncmslf.com Northeastern Workforce Development Board Wendy Jewett • 426-5753 512 Church St., Hertford, 27944 • www.nwdb.org Pasquotank County Randy Keaton • 335-0865 206 E. Main St., 27909 www.co.pasquotank.nc.us river City Community Development Corporation Lenora Jarvis-Mackey • 331-2925 501 E. Main St., 27909 • www.rivercitycdc.org Salvation army Sterling “Butch” Mallard • 338-4129 602 N. Hughes Blvd., 27909 Skills, inc. Theo N. Bohn • 333-3755 307 Commerce Dr., 27909 SPCa NENC Kim Parrish • 338-5222 100 Wilson St., 27909 www.petfinders.com uSCg air Station Elizabeth City Joseph Kelly • 335-6859 1664 Weeksville Rd., 27909 uSCg aviation logistics Center Werner A. Winz • 335-6192 1664 Weeksville Rd., 27909 www.uscg.mil/hq/arsc

uSCg aviation Technical Training Center Capt. Thomas Hastings • 335-6186 1664 Weeksville Rd., 27909 www.uscg.mil/hq/attc uSCg Base Support unit Capt. Donald Culkin • 335-6537 1664 Weeksville Rd., 27909 uSCg Boat Station Elizabeth City BMC S. S. Mansfield, Officer in Charge • 335-6090 1664 Weeksville Rd., Bldg. 53, 27909 uSCg National Strike force Coordination Center Capt. David Haynes • 331-6000 Ext. 3008 1461 N. Road St., 27909 uSO of North Carolina John Falkenbury • (919) 840-3000 P.O. Box 91536, Raleigh, 27675 www.uso-nc.org vfW Post 6060 Greg Stafford • 338-2828 1433 N. Road St., 27909 www.post6060.com vietnam veterans of america Chapter 631 Fred Hatch • 335-1480 • 1034 Davis Rd., 27909

Cleaning – Commericial & Residential
Servicemaster of the albemarle Danny Teachey • 331-1331 1445 Old Hwy. 17 S., 27909 www.servicemasterofnc.com

Clock, jewelry Repair & Engraving
Don’s Clock & jewelry repair & Engraving Don & Connie St. Aubin • 330-4414 1117 Florida Rd., 27909

Coffee & Cafes
muddy Waters Coffeehouse Audra Marx • 338-BREW (2739) 100 W. Main St., 27909 www.muddyscoffee.com

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Coins & Bullion
Eclectic jewelry Designs Maria George • 331-2770 1409 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

godfrey Bros. Builders, inc. Frankie Godfrey • 331-1200 105 Barnhill Rd., 27909 john E. Bassett, inc. John E. Bassett • 482-7925 518-C Coke Ave., Edenton, 27932 www.johnebassettinc.com meads homebuilders inc. Troy Meads • 335-7900 1700 Darian Dr., 27909 Tommy james Builders, inc. Tommy James • 330-4855 320 Esclip Rd., 27909 Tri B Construction Gilbert Baccus & John Bulman • 330-7777 1379 Weeksville Rd., 27909

mediacom Tom Bass • (302) 732-9332 32441 Royal Blvd., Dagsboro, DE 19939 www.mediacomcable.com

Computer Networking
Compro Computer Professionals Ben & Lauri Krause • 338-5379 P.O. Box 384, 27907 • www.eccompro.com

alison l. Boone, DDS, PllC 331-2050 • 905 Halstead Blvd., Unit 4 Winchester Station, 27909 Coastal Endodontics Thomas M. Buttke, PhD, DDS, PA • 331-5777 200 N. Water St., 27909 • www.obxendo.com m.S. Denbar, DDS, PC Diana Denbar • (757) 382-9336 1245-L Cedar Rd., Chesapeake, VA 23322 www.denbargentlefamilydentistry.com karen m. Wuertz, DDS 335-4341 • 408 E. Colonial Ave., 27909 www.karenwuertzdds.com

Distributors – Electrical & plumbing
jordan Company, inc. Randy Jordan • 335-2947 1701 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

Computer on-Site Services
Compro Computer Professionals Ben & Lauri Krause • 338-5379 P.O. Box 384, 27907 • www.eccompro.com Expert PC John Baker • 338-5612 428 N. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.expertpcnc.com

Contractors – grading
Bear garden, inc. Phillip Harrington • 335-4520 760 Pitts Chapel Rd., 27909

Dry Cleaners
rochelle Cleaners, inc. Chris & Patsy McGee • 338-6196 100 S. Water St., 27909

Contractors – Heating & Air Conditioning
Piedmont Service group Corey Brown • 355-5051 102 Regency Blvd., Greenville, 27834 www.piedmontservicegroup.com

Electric utilities
albemarle Electric membership Corporation Jonetta Long • 426-5735 125 Cooperative Way, Hertford, 27944 www.aemc.coop Dominion North Carolina Power Michael Thompson • (866) 366-4357 1707 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.dom.com

Coastal Office Equipment & Computers Jeff Meads • 335-2927 501 E. Church St., 27909 www.coastalofficeequipment.biz Compro Computer Professionals Ben & Lauri Krause • 338-5379 P.O. Box 384, 27907 • www.eccompro.com

Contractors – Heating, Air Conditioning & Electrical
george & Company George Harrell • 335-2596 105 Beau Pkwy., 27909

in-Stitches Miranda Duncan • 338-3094 509 E. Main St., 27909 www.institchesec.com The monogram Shoppe, a Division of flowers Printing 335-0181 • 1725 City Center Blvd., 27909 www.flowersprinting.com

Christian’s Treasures Consignment Store Gail Byberg • 333-1224 264 US Hwy. 158 E., Camden, 27921 Phase ii Consignments Brad Strobel • 333-1334 1332 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

Contractors – Heating, Air Conditioning & plumbing
Doug Williams/rick gilbert refrigeration Rick Gilbert, Lee Jones, Preston Kight & Brian Rollinson • 338-3051 201 Barnhill Rd., 27909 Norris mechanical Hersey Norris • 331-2673 1330 US 17 Hwy. S., 27909 www.norrismechanicalnc.com

a.r. Chesson Construction Company, inc. Ed Powell • 338-9171 138 Rich Blvd., 27909 www.archesson.com r.P.C. Contracting, inc. Robbie Parker • 261-3336 P.O. Box 333, Kitty Hawk, 27949 www.rpcontracting.com

Employee Benefits
legalShield Leonard Harrison • (757) 563-4704 www.leonardh.legalshield.com

Contractors – Remodeling
Swimme & Son Mark Swimme • 338-8443 184 Lovers Ln., Ste. A, 27909 www.swimmeandson.com

Employment Services
Coastal Staffing Service, inc. Amber Joseph • 338-9133 1601C N. Road St., 27909 www.coastalstaffingservice.com Wolff Enterprises inc., dba global recruiters of Elizabeth City Suzanne Wolff • 331-2775 106 Capital Trace, 27909 www.grnelizabethcity.com

Construction – Concrete
Commercial ready mix Products, inc. Angie Lilley • 335-9740 168 Knobbs Creek Dr., 27909 www.crmpinc.com Northeastern ready mix, inc. James G. Gaskins, Jr. • 335-1931 1001 Knobbs Creek Dr., 27909

Contractors – Roofing
Bright’s Construction, llC Gregg Bright • 339-5534 110 Eyrie Ln., 27909

Convenience Stores
Duck Thru food Store #16 Michael Harrell • 335-9155 103 E. Hwy. 158, Camden, 27921 www.jerniganoil.com

Energy – Renewable
invenergy, llC April Montgomery • (919) 219-1530 51 Monroe St., Rockville, MD 20850 www.invenergyllc.com

Construction – paving
r.P.C. Contracting, inc. Robbie Parker • 261-3336 P.O. Box 333, Kitty Hawk, 27949 www.rpcontracting.com

Cosmetic Laser Centers
northeastern Ob/Gyn, ltd. Paul R. Moncla, MD • 338-0101 1141 N. road St., Ste. i, 27909

Bowman Consulting Paul Toti • 333-1181 145 E. Rich Blvd., 27909 www.bowmanconsulting.com

Consulting – Management
vectorcsp Stan Walz • 338-2264 405 E. Main St., Second Fl., 27909 www.vectorcsp.com

Cub Cadet Authorized Dealers
B&S Enterprises Brian & Stuart Jennings • 264-2400 1395 US 17 S., 27909 • www.bandsent.com

Engineering & Construction Materials testing Services
g E T Solutions, inc. Gerald (Jerry) Stalls • 335-9765 106 Captial Trace, 27909 www.getsolutionsinc.com

Contractors – Electrical & Air Conditioning
B & m Contractors, inc. Tom Harris • 338-6090 790 Pitts Chapel Rd., 27909 www.hvacnc.com

Custodial & janitorial Supplies
mickey’s Sales & Service Bill Summerour • 264-5000 187 Old US 17 Rd., Hertford, 27944 www.22mss.com

Engineering Logistics
DlS Engineering associates, inc. Jim Thomas • 338-0042 208 N. Road St., 27909 www.dlsengineering.com

Contractors – general
The Bradford Corporation Stacey J. Bateman & Scott Mummert • 338-3434 109 Beau Pkwy., Ste. A, 27906 www.thebradfordcorp.com Bright’s Construction, llC Gregg Bright • 339-5534 110 Eyrie Ln., 27909 C & l Concrete Works, inc. Delores Lamb • 335-1994 210 E. Hwy. 158, Camden, 27921

Demonstration parties
homemade Cupboard Celeste Gray • 722-3415 409 Cedar St., 27909 www.homemadegourmet.com

Engineers – Consulting
mcDowell & associates, Pa William McDowell, III • 338-4161 1899 Weeksville Rd., 27909

Dental Services
jason a. Banks, DDS, Pa 331-2304 • 103 Tanglewood Pkwy., Ste. K, 27909 www.banksdentistry.com Scott Blanchard, DDS, Pa 335-4332 • 200 N. Water St., First Fl., 27909 www.obxperioimplant.com

EC Photo Booth Latoyia Bailey • 455-0768 102 Tiara Ct., 27909 www.ecphotobooth.net


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kelly’s restaurant Mike Kelly • 441-4116 2316 S. Croatan Hwy., MP 10 1/2 Bypass, Nags Head, 27959 • www.kellysrestaurant.com

Foresters – Consulting
frazier Consulting foresters, PC John Kight • 335-4047 141-A US Hwy. 158W, Camden, 27921

Wanda’s all in One Sauce, llC Wanda Dean • (877) 743-4157 P.O. Box 3183, 27906 www.wandasallinonesauce.com

Entertainment – Djs
Dj Taz-2 Productions Jerry Newell • 338-4650 101 Flint Trail, 27909

Frozen yogurt
Berrilicious frozen yogurt, llC Darlene Harrell • 331-7703 103 Tanglewood Pkwy., 27909 www.berriliciousfrozenyogurt.com

grocery Stores
farm fresh Supermarkets David Conner • 331-1301 683 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.farmfreshsupermarkets.com food lion John Mercer • (704) 633-8250 P.O. Box 1330, Salisbury, 28145

Skintuition Tiffany Barker • 267-1774 206 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

Fuel oil Dealers
Crystal Enterprises, inc. Tony Abeyounis • 335-2951 1003 Wilson St., 27909 lowry Oil Company, inc. Robert Lowry • 335-4283 1506 N. Road St., US 17 N., 27909

Simply Divine fabrics & Things Tanaya Ewell • 267-7568 400 S. Road St. #2B, 27909

Health & Wellness
jusuru Doris Willis • 202-1329 27909 • www.jusuru.com/yellowjackets Nutrition Pair, llC Angela Lamberson • 335-9355 1001 Lessie Ln., 27909 www.nutritionpair.com Nyr Organic Tammi Middleton • 336-2341 Camden, 27921 www.us.nyrorganic,com/shop/tammimiddleton Shaklee independent Distributor Gwen Maddrey Bell • 338-8656 1924 Rivershore Rd., 27909 www.shaklee.net/gwen-m-bell

george Wood farms, inc. Juanita Staples • 335-4357 113 S. NC Hwy. 343, Camden, 27921 james Bros., inc. Reuben Earl James • 330-5561 1375 Salem Church Rd., 27909 john E. ferebee farming, inc. Martha Ferebee • 338-6401 217 Lamb’s Rd., Camden, 27921

Funeral & Cremation Services
twiford Funeral homes, Cemeteries & Crematorium J.J. Twiford • 335-4395 405 E. Church St., 27909 www.twifordfh.com

Sawyer’s house of furniture, inc. Bryant Sawyer • 338-3901 1015 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909 www.sawyershouseoffurniture.com

Fashion Accessories & gifts
miss Daisy’s Mary Alice Tilley • 340-9956 400 S. Water St., ,302, 27909 www.missdaisysllc.com

Furniture & Bedding – interior Design
ambrose furniture, inc. Tammy Ellenburg • 335-2584 505 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.ambrosefurniture.com

Health Clubs
albemarle Family ymCa Dean Mattix • 334-9622 1240 N. road St., 27909 www.ymcashr.org The fitness Warehouse Daniel Corridean • 331-2850 216 N. McMorrine St., 27909 goTrainingCamp Donnie Markham • 312-1789 2406 Red Gate Dr., 27909 www.gotrainingcamp.com

Fence Companies
Seegars fence Company, inc. of Elizabeth City John Beard • 335-7790 774 Pitts Chapel Rd., 27909

garden Centers – Landscaping Services
kenyon Bailey Supply Gary Cooper • 335-5882 407 McArthur Dr., 27909 The Plant Park Suzanne Stallings • 338-2773 407 Selden St., 27909 www.theplantpark.com

Fence Companies – pet Services
invisible fence of Northeastern North Carolina Bill & Vickie Stafford • 771-2574 102 Lake Dr., South Mills, 27976 nenorthcarolina.invisiblefence.com/ Your-Local-Dealer

Health Foods Stores
Soho Organic market John & Audra Marx • 338-8378 406 E. Griffin St., 27909 www.sohoorganicmarket.com

Financial Advisors & planning
Edward jones Andy Elliott • 335-0557 425-A McArthur Dr., 27909 www.edwardjones.com Edward jones-David Simpson aamS Dave Simpson • 335-0352 207 N. Water St., 27909 www.edwardjones.com

gas – propane
albemarle Propane, inc. Paul Pipkin • 338-1900 121 Gumberry Rd., Camden, 27921 www.albemarlepropane.com ferrellgas Jesse Joseph • 335-2683 505 Cardwell St., 27909 www.ferrellgas.com reed Oil Company Gary Reed • 426-5458 206 N. Covent Garden, Hertford, 27944 Western, lP Stewart Johnson • 482-4483 708 Virginia Rd., Edenton, 27932

Healthcare Services
Coastal Pediatrics Louise Woodworth • 338-2155 1735 City Center Blvd., 27909 Physician Services, llC Roger J. Tolson • (336) 398-6935 1207 Fairfax Ave., 27909 vidant health Joel Butler • 847-5983 690 Medical Dr., Greenville, 27835

Financial Services & Advisors
atlantic Discount Corporation dba atlantic financial Services Craig H. Jalmarson • 338-9008 145 Rich Blvd., 27909 www.atlanticfinancialsvc.com BB&T investment Services, inc. Aaron M. Brown • 335-0756 1000 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.BBandT.com East Carolina Bank loan Services Anna Riggs • 338-9010 406 S. Griffin St. Sq., Ste. H, 27909 www.myecb.com h & r Block-Ehringhaus M.C. Brewer • 338-2157 515 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.HRBlock.com

Hearing Aids
albemarle audiology, PllC Sarah Noble • 331-2437 330 Camden Causeway, Ste. C, Camden, 27921

gifts, Collectibles & Decorative Accessories
The Nicholson house Tammi Byrum • 297-2400 1500 Belvidere Rd., Belvidere, 27919 Scentsy Wickless Candles Heather Stuart • 619-1112 27909 • www.heatherstuart.scentsy.us

Home Care & Hospice
albemarle home Care and albemarle hospice Sabrina Sanders • 338-4066 311 Cedar St., 27909 • www.ahc-nc.org Community home Care & hospice Vicki Armstrong • 335-4594 1601 N. Road St., Ste. B, 27909 www.communityhch.com

glass Companies – picture Framing
Perry glass Company Ricky Perry • 335-4353 621 W. Broad St. Extended, 27909 www.perryglass.com

Home Health Services
rescare home Care Jessica Diaz • 331-2708 905 Halstead Blvd., Unit 15, 27909 www.rescare.com

First Aid instruction
mobile CPr & first aid Jared Turner • 339-5410 Hertford, 27944

golf Clubs
albemarle Plantation Cyndi Maier • (800) 523-5958 One Plantation Dr., Hertford, 27944 www.albemarleplantation.com The Pines at Elizabeth City David Mascitti • 335-0278 1525 N. Road St., 27909 www.thepinesatelizabethcity.com

Floral Designers
jeffrey’s greenworld & florist Jeffrey Rogerson • 338-1303 1115 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909 mildred’s florist Shop, inc. Carol Overton • 335-4319 710 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.mildredsflorist.com

albemarle health Wick Baker • 384-4600 1144 N. road St., 27909 www.albemarlehealth.org Chesapeake regional medical Center Marcia Rand • (757) 312-8121 736 Battlefield Blvd. N., Chesapeake, VA 23320 www.chesapeakeregional.com

gourmet Foods
Providence Preserves, llC Debbie Roberts • 338-3278 27909 • www.providencepreserves.com

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feel Better hypnosis Sidney King • 455-5285 706 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.feelbetterhypnosis.com

insurance Agencies
a&a insurance & investments Hayley Huggins • 338-2677 1800 W. City Dr., 27909 www.aa-insurance-investments.com bankers insurance, llC Suzette Ward • 338-3322 400 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.bankersinsurance.net financial management group Gene Chory, CLU, ChFC • 335-7011 1406 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 g.r. little agency, inc. David Wright • 335-2967 203 E. Church St., 27909 www.grlittle.com jim kaighn insurance & financial Services Jim Kaighn, CLU, ChFC, RHU • 335-5983 407 Hickory Dr., 27909 www.jimkaighninsurance.com Nationwide insurance Lynn Merritt • 331-7774 197 US Hwy. 158 E., Camden, 27921 Nationwide insurance-Tommy Davis agency Tommy S. Davis • 335-5433 857 S. Halstead Blvd., 27909 Nationwide insurance-Weatherly insurance agency, inc. Lisa K. Weatherly • 333-1150 1805 W. City Dr., Ste. J, 27909 www.weatherlyinsuranceagency.com Pasquotank farm Bureau insurance Services Kent Hill • 338-0173 911 Halstead Blvd., 27909 • www.ncfbins.com robert Tadlock insurance agency Gina Wharton • 338-2222 436 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 Southern insurance agency, inc. Ellen Sutton • 335-0811 114 kathryn Ct., 27909 www.southerninsurance.com State farm insurance Company Dawn Cooper Elliott • 338-0116 101 E. Church St., 27907 www.dawncooperelliott.com Towne insurance Paul O’Neal • 435-2892 250 Caratoke Hwy., Moyock, 27958 www.towneinsurance.com

lazy Weekends landscaping and yard Care Sean Tunney • 482-7720 124 Marine Dr., Unit 303, Edenton, 27932 www.lazyweekendslandscaping.com

independant Consultants – Kitchen products
The Pampered Chef Janet Moore • 771-2516 Camden, 27921 www.pamperedchef.biz/justaskjan

Lawn & garden Equipment
Sun gro horticulture Steve Larson • 338-5174 841 Sun Gro Dr., 27909 www.sungro.com

griggs lumber & Design Center Terri Cahoon • 264-2323 109 Impact Blvd., 27909 www.griggslumber.com

independent Consultants – Beauty
arbonne international Cathy Ellison • 619-5678 www.rncathyellison.myarbonne.com avon Echelle Franklin • 619-7896 www.youravon.com/echelecopeland

Manufactured Home Dealers
Carolina housing, inc. Lynette Ruff • 338-4703 1522 N. Road St., 27909 www.carolinahousingofnc.com forbes homes Harley Cole • 338-8759 1603 N. Road St., 27909

Bill & Carol allen 338-7540 • 202 Captains Ct., 27909 Steve Baker 338-5612 • 428 N. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.expertpcnc.com grafton g. Beaman 335-4831 • P.O. Drawer 403, 27907 rick & kelly Boyd 313 W. Main St., 27909 randy Cartwright, Sheriff of Pasquotank County 338-2191 • 1817 Darian Dr., 27909 Simone Cooper 338-6389 • 1203 Raleigh St., 27909 www.simonecooper.com mickey & roy golden 335-2484 • 901 Riverside Ave., 27909 johnnie r. johnson 335-7641 • 200 Princess Anne Cir., 27909 marie jones 336-4324 • 108 Riverview Ave., Camden, 27921 andrew & maryann kreutzer 338-2906 • 1903 Rivershore Rd., 27909 Bill luton 1094 Florida Rd., 27909 • www.billluton.com Buddy & Beverly madrin 330-1333 • 122 Bayshore Dr., 27909 Donald & roberta mcCabe 335-5998 • 577 Water Crest Cir., 27909 geoff mcNamara 1209 Carolina Ave., 27909 www.companionway.net Bren O’Sullivan P.O. Box 1526, 27909 joe & Carolyn Peel 337-6864 • 1525 Rivershore Rd., 27909 Tommy & julia Peters 335-7242 • Old Brick House, 27909 herbert & annette Small 335-7364 • 1207 W. Church St., 27909 Everett & Dru Thompson 331-2700 • 208 Small Dr., 27909 Bob & judy Thorne 335-7041 • 2066 Rivershore Rd., 27909 Connie Thornley 1190 Folley Rd., 27909 Thomas & linda Tilley 335-0256 • 1709 Darian Dr., 27909 David & rhonda Twiddy 338-7700 • 310 Harrier Ct., 27909 W. h. ‘Beans’ Weatherly, iii 338-6139 • 25 Camden Causeway, 27909

hockmeyer Equipment Company Tanya Sylvester • 338-4705 6 Kitty Hawk Ln., 27909 www.hockmeyer.com hoffer flow Controls, inc. Kenneth Hoffer • 331-1997 107 Kitty Hawk Ln., 27909 www.hofferflow.com j.W. jones lumber Company, inc. J.W. Jones • 771-2497 1443 Northside Rd., 27909 www.jwjoneslumber.com motion Sensors, inc. Marcy Bergman • 331-2080 786 Pitts Chapel Rd., 27909 www.motionsensors.com TCOm, lP Charlie Knauss • 330-5555 190 TCOM Dr., 27909

albemarle Plantation Cyndi Maier • (800) 523-5958 One Plantation Dr., Hertford, 27944 www.albemarleplantation.com Pelican marina, inc. Josh Owens • 335-5108 43 Camden Causeway, 27909

interior Design – Home Staging
innteriors Kathryn Scott • 560-6602 1105 Park Dr., 27909

Marine Construction
Earth Shakers marine David Parks • 330-2425 1252 Florida Rd., 27909

D&k fresh Start janitorial Services Larry McMillan • (336) 765-8930 3015 Maplewood Ave., Winston-Salem, 27103 www.dkfreshstart.com

Mental Health Services
family advantage, llC Willie Gilchrist • 326-0090 111 N. McMorrine St., 27909 www.family-advantage.org

Premier Designs jewelry Amy Herlihy • 312-4269 www.premierdesigns.com Silpada Design jewelry Mary Cunningham • 562-3530 mysilpada.com/mary.cunningham Silpada Designs Kelly Boyd • 340-1431 27909 • www.silpada.com

Moisture Control
Bottomline Crawlspace moisture Control Michael Gilmartin • 339-7395 27909 • www.bottomlinemoisturecontrol.com

Clifton & Clifton monuments, inc. Jollish Clifton • 335-1570 1146 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909 Davis monument Company Brenda Copley • 335-4049 1558 N. Road St., 27909

jewelry & giftware
Seligs Allison Cianciulli • 335-2991 513 E. Main St., 27909

industrial Medicine – Mobile
henderson & associates, inc. Sarah Noble • 331-1494 330 Camden Causeway, Camden, 27921 www.hendersonandassoc.com

jewelry Stores
Eclectic jewelry Designs Maria George • 331-2770 1409 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 Saslow’s jewelers Shellie Hurdle • 338-9032 1409 W. Ehringhaus St., Ste. 10A, 27909

BB&T Chris Langley • 335-0888 1000 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.bbandt.com gateway Bank mortgage Lance Forehand • 331-4005 1145 N. Road St., 27909 www.gatewaybankandtrust.com homeowners mortgage Enterprises, inc. Nevin Rohrbaugh • 331-2979 1100 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.homeownersmtg.com

insurance – Financial Services
The Dashiell agency C. Scott Dashiell • 338-5821 1502A W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 quotes4insurance.org

Landscaping Services
adam’s landscaping & lawn Care, llC Adam White • 562-1000 1307 W. Church St., 27909


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monarch mortgage Tracey Dickson • 333-3120 406-a S. griffin St., 27909 www.monarchmortgage.com Suntrust mortgage, inc. Darla Semonich • 335-4663 405 E. Main St., Ste. 2, 27909 www.suntrustmortgage.com/dsemonich Townebank mortgage Trish Fecker • 337-6210 529 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 Wells fargo home mortgage Bob Abbitt • 331-6259 400 E. Main St., 27909

paper Shredding
Shred x, llC Jill Ware • 473-8155 P.O. Box 2004, Manteo, 27954 www.shredxonline.com

physicians – general Surgery
Carolina Surgical Care Michelle Temple • 335-4890 1138 N. Road St., 27909

party Rentals
hondu Party Supplies & rentals Johana Quiroz • 338-3407 114 Mill St., 27909 www.hondupartysupplies.com

physicians – gynecology
Coastal Women’s Center Tracy Williams • 338-2151 112 Medical Dr., 27909

physicians – gynecology & obstetrics
northeastern Ob/Gyn, ltd. Paul R. Moncla, MD • 338-0101 1141 N. road St., Ste. i, 27909

Chauncey’s Robert Chauncey • 337-7296 404 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 Elizabeth City Pawn & jewelry Faith Rainwater • 335-7296 900 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.ecpawn.com

museum of the albemarle Bill McCrea • 335-1453 501 S. Water St., 27909 www.museumofthealbemarle.com Port Discover Robin Kelly-Goss • 338-6117 611 E. Main St., 27909 www.portdiscover.org Whalehead Club Ray Meiggs • 453-9040 1100 Club Rd., Corolla, 27927 www.whaleheadclub.org

physicians – internal Medicine
albemarle medical associates Tejwant S. Chandi • 335-2963 1507 N. Road St., Ste. 3, 27909

pest Control Services
albemarle Termite & Pest Control, inc. Jay Corprew • 331-1069 104 Tarheel Ct., 27909 Bottomline Crawlspace moisture Control Michael Gilmartin • 339-7395 27909 • www.bottomlinemoisturecontrol.com Pestar Gary Filarecki • 338-1010 262 E. Hwy. 158, Camden, 27921 www.Pestar.com

physicians – Nephrology & internal Medicine
albemarle Nephrology Karl Brandspigel • 335-1083 206 Hastings Ln., 27909

physicians – Neurology
albemarle Neurology associates Stephanie Cooper • 384-4925 1121 N. Road St., Ste. A, 27909

Natural gas utilities
Piedmont Natural gas Jeff Klein • (800) 752-7504 105 B Impact Blvd., 27909 www.piedmontng.com

physicians – ophthalmologists & optometrists
albemarle Eye Center, PllC Eric M. Burns, OD, Gary Lehman, OD, Melody Morrow, MD, Janet I. Riddick, OD & Jitendra Swarup, MD • 335-5446 • 1503 N. Road St., 27909

pet Supplies
Eastern Pet Company Ryan Cooper • 338-6883 1116 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909

New Homes
Portfolio real Estate Services Lynn Weeks-Bulman • 333-1211 407 S. griffin St., Ste. j, 27909 www.portfolioliving.com

Tarheel Pharmacy inc. Jim Robertson • 384-1000 902 Roanoke Ave., 27909 Todd’s Pharmacy, inc. William Owens • 335-2901 207-209 S. Poindexter St., 27909

physicians – ophthalmology
Coastal Eye Center Shellie Evans • 338-3909 1855 W. City Dr., 27909

Newspaper publishing
The Daily advance Ann Hoffman • 335-8107 215 S. Water St., 27909 www.dailyadvance.com

physicians – optometrists
Eyecarecenter, OD, Pa Tina White • 333-1155 1813 W. Ehringhaus St., Port Elizabeth Centre, 27909 • www.eyecarecenter.com

pharmacies – gift Shops
Overman & Stevenson, Pharmacists Nick Stevenson • 335-5401 512 E. Main St., 27909

Nonprofit Management Firm for Cities With public power
Electricities of NC, inc. Brenda Daniels • (919) 760-6305 1427 Meadow Wood Blvd., Raleigh, 27604 www.electricities.com

physicians – orthopedics
albemarle Orthopedics Carol Swet • 338-3993 1134 N. Road St., 27909

picture Framing
The framery Gene Scott • 335-1803 406 A-2 S. Griffin St., 27909

physicians – pediatrics
Children first Pediatrics Kathryn King • 338-9080 1177 N. Road St., 27909 Coastal Pediatrics Louise Woodworth • 338-2155 1735 City Center Blvd., 27909

Nursing Homes
kindred Transitional Care & rehabilitationElizabeth City Latisha Midgette • 338-0137 901 Halstead Blvd., 27909 www.kindredelizabethcity.com W.r. Winslow memorial home Michelle Grandy • 338-3975 1075 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909 www.winslowmemorial.com

joe richardson imageworks Joe Richardson • 202-5731 Camden, 27921 www.joerichardsonimageworks.com

photography – graphic Design & Website Development
liza franco Photography & graphic Design Liza Franco • (305) 764-0587 www.designography.webs.com

physicians – pulmonary Medicine
albemarle Pulmonary medicine associates/ Sleep Center Jasvinder Singh MD, FACP, FCCP, FAASM 338-6167 • 1507 N. Road St., Ste. 1, 27909 www.apma-nc.com

office Supplies & Equipment
Coastal Office Equipment & Computers Jeff Meads • 335-2927 501 E. Church St., 27909 www.coastalofficeequipment.biz

physicians – Allergies & Asthma
albemarle allergy & asthma, PC Tim Tolson, MD • 338-0373 410 E. Main St., 27909

physicians – urgent Care
first Choice urgent Care Charles R. Hoidal, MD & A. Price Monds, MD 338-3111 • 615 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909

office Supplies & Equipment – Retail
Officemax Ed Shannon • 331-1163 834 Halstead Blvd., 27909 www.officemax.com

physicians – Allergies & Asthma, Ear, Nose & throat
albemarle ENT, asthma & allergy associates, Pa Margaret R.Donohoe, MD & Alison M. Neal, MS PA-C • 335-2923 1134 N. Road St., 27909 • www.aentaa.com

physicians – urologists
urology associates of the albemarle, PC Clifford Kirkland • 335-0976 1134 N. Road St., Ste. 8, 27909

office technology
Electronic Systems, inc. P.J. Yates • 338-3810 904 W. Ehringhaus St., Ste. 9, 27909 www.esi.net

portable toilets
albemarle rent-a-jon Ike Jackson • 334-1616 209 Charles St., 27909

physicians – Cardiologists
Eastern Carolina Cardiovascular Lindsey L. White, MD • 331-1100 1134 N. Road St., Bldg. 9, 27909 www.easterncarolinacardiovascular.com

Doctors morris & Taylor, ltd. Connie White • 338-0143 416 E. Colonial Ave., 27909 www.str8ners.com

pressure Washing
mid-atlantic mobile Wash & Spray-On liners Colin Berninger • 722-6856 612 Old US 17, 27909 www.midatlanticmobilewash.com

physicians – Ear, Nose, throat
Ear, Nose & Throat head, Neck & Sinus Surgery, PC Anthony Jackson, MD, FACS • 337-7409 105 Medical Dr., 27909

painting & pressure Washing
james Stanley’s Painting James Stanley • 562-5939 114 Planters Run, 27909

Carden Printing Company Mark Carden • 338-8452 306 W. Grice St., 27909

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mmT Printers, inc. Tim Williams • 338-2328 605 E. Fearing St., 27909 www.mmtprinters.com

printers – t-Shirts
flowers Printing Danny & Carol Flowers • 335-0181 1725 City Center Blvd., 27909 www.flowersprinting.com

process Serving
amaker & associates investigations, llC Larry Amaker • 562-9372 1072 Harvey Point Rd., Hertford, 27944 www.amakerassociates.com

long & foster real Estate Jean Baker • 333-7202 1100 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.northeastnchomes.com long & foster real Estate Diana Gardner • 339-9085 1100 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.dianamgardner.com long & foster real Estate, inc. Gary Hobbs • 335-8600 1100 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.longandfoster.com Portfolio real Estate Services Lynn Weeks-Bulman • 333-1211 407 S. griffin St., Ste. j, 27909 www.portfolioliving.com Portfolio real Estate Services Janet Lane • 619-2011 412 S. Griffin St., Ste. J, 27909 www.janetlanesells.com Sam Davis & associates realty Sam Davis • 267-5865 508 Continental Dr., 27909 www.samdavisrealty.com Taylor mueller realty Norma M. James • 331-2233 440 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.tmrealty.com William E. Wood and assoc. realtors Stacey White • 338-7653 529 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.williamewood.com

hen house recycling Al Sturgeon • 771-8300 138 Conner Farm Rd., South Mills, 27976

Rehabilitation Services & pain Management
Comprehensive rehabilitation & Pain Specialists, PC Jessica Gorr • 333-1277 135 Rich Blvd., 27909 www.comprehabandpain.com

Rental Houses
BmD rentals Margaret Wakefield • 335-7161 143 Rich Blvd., Ste. D, 27909 www.bmdrentals.com lfm Properties, llC Frances M. Norrell • 337-7146 407-L S. Griffin St., 27909 rick White Property rentals Rick White • 202-5226 1500 W. Church St., 27906 www.rickwhitepropertyrentals.com

property Management
The Bradford Corporation Stacey J. Bateman & Scott Mummert • 338-3434 109 Beau Pkwy., Ste. A, 27906 www.thebradfordcorp.com William E. Wood and assoc. realtors Stacey White • 338-7653 529 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.williamewood.com

prosthetics, orthotics & Mastectomy
albemarle Orthotics & Prosthetics, inc. Sylvia Meads • 338-3002 106 Medical Dr., 27909 www.albemarleop.com

Rental properties
The Bradford Corporation Stacey J. Bateman & Scott Mummert • 338-3434 109 Beau Pkwy., Ste. A, 27906 www.thebradfordcorp.com lfm Properties, llC Frances M. Norrell • 337-7146 407-L S. Griffin St., 27909

journal Communications Ray Langen • (615) 771-0080 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 400, Franklin, TN 37067 www.jnlcom.com

Real Estate – Commercial

The rich Company William D. Rich • 338-5432 400 S. Water St., Ste. 204, 27909 www.rich-company.com Portfolio real Estate Services Lynn Weeks-Bulman • 333-1211 407 S. griffin St., Ste. j, 27909 www.portfolioliving.com Sam Davis & associates realty Sam Davis • 267-5865 508 Continental Dr., 27909 www.samdavisrealty.com

Rentals – Kayaks & Canoes
river City Outfitters Steve Magaro • 340-0900 Charles Creek Park, 27909 www.perquimansriveroutfitters.com

purses, Bags & gifts
Thirty-One gifts Lauren Hill • 312-9945 174 Ainsley Rd., Hertford, 27944 www.shop31withlauren.com

Rentals – Linen Services
Ocean atlantic Event rentals Joe Southern • 441-7272 2001 S. Croatan Hwy., Kill Devil Hills, 27948 www.oceanatlanticeventrentals.com

Quick-Lube & Service
Texaco xpress lube of Elizabeth City Robert & Roberta Symuleski • 338-5823 308 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

Real Estate – property Management
William E. Wood and assoc. realtors Stacey White • 338-7653 529 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.williamewood.com

Rentals – party & Event Equipment
Ocean atlantic Event rentals Joe Southern • 441-7272 2001 S. Croatan Hwy., Kill Devil Hills, 27948 www.oceanatlanticeventrentals.com

Radar Communications
Telephonics Joe Mihelic • 337-6503 1014 Consolidated Rd., 27909 www.telephonics.com

Real Estate Developers
albemarle Plantation Cyndi Maier • (800) 523-5958 One Plantation Dr., Hertford, 27944 www.albemarleplantation.com lfm Properties, llC Frances M. Norrell • 337-7146 407-L S. Griffin St., 27909 Owens & robertson W.C. “Bill” Owens, Jr. & Zack Robertson, Jr. 335-1850 400 S. Water St., Ste. 203, 27909 Portfolio real Estate Services Lynn Weeks-Bulman • 333-1211 407 S. griffin St., Ste. j, 27909 www.portfolioliving.com The rich Company William D. Rich • 338-5432 400 S. Water St., Ste. 204, 27909 www.rich-company.com river City Development group Brant Wise • 335-0887 504 E. Elizabeth St., Ste. 2, 27909 www.rivercitydev.com

Residential & Commercial Construction
Portfolio real Estate Services Lynn Weeks-Bulman • 333-1211 407 S. griffin St., Ste. j, 27909 www.portfolioliving.com

Radio Stations & Broadcasting
East Carolina radio group of Elizabeth City Connie Duncan Cone • 482-2104 1331 Paradise Rd., Edenton, 27932 max radio of the Carolinas Lynn Davis • 449-6065 103 W. Woodhill Dr., Nags Head, 27959 www.beach104.com WrvS fm 89.9/ECSu Melba Smith • 335-3985 1704 Weeksville Rd., 27909 www.ecsu.edu/wrvs

albemarle Plantation Cyndi Maier • (800) 523-5958 One Plantation Dr., Hertford, 27944 www.albemarleplantation.com andy’s Pancake & Steakhouse Kim Owens • 335-4700 913 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 Big Daddy’s Gregori Alexopoulos • 338-5599 103 Capital Trace, 27909 Bob-B-Q/Catering Concepts Bob Carson • 331-7791 407 S. Griffin St., Ste. E, 27909 Bryon’s hot Dog Stand Bryon & Stacey Hickman • 331-2986 110 N. Poindexter St., 27909 Burger king Burley Sweeney • 335-4465 1601 W. Ehringhaus St. & 1333 N. Road St., 27909 C & h Oyster Bar, inc. Thomas B. Cox, Jr. • 338-3300 1524 N. Road St., 27909 Captain D’s Robert Weedon • 338-1026 1411 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.captainds.com Chick-fil-a Ian Moody • 331-1907 1706 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

Real Estate

albemarle area association of realtors Stephanie Bateman • 335-5933 1103 B W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.ar-nc.com Camden Plantation homes, inc. David Rudiger • (757) 271-0078 544 Newtown Rd., #128, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 www.camdenplantation.net Century 21 Nachman realty Sheilah Stone • 331-1300 1805 W. City Dr., Ste. H, 27909 Coldwell Banker Seaside realty Pam Kulsa Smith • 255-6504 918-C Halstead Blvd., 27909 www.coldwellbankerobx.com David Cross real Estate David Cross • 338-5786 429 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.crossre.com Diana m. gardner 339-9085 1100 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.dianamgardner.com

Real Estate Magazines
homes & land of the Outer Banks Julie Walter • 305-0025 P.O. Box 1057, Nags Head, 27959 www.homesandland.com

Portfolio real Estate Services Lynn Weeks-Bulman • 333-1211 407 S. griffin St., Ste. j, 27909 www.portfolioliving.com


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Cypress Creek grill Bobby Plough • 334-9915 113 S. Water St., 27909 www.cypresscreekgrill.com Dairy Queen of Elizabeth City Kash Patel • 335-4912 509 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.dairyqueen.com famous franks hot Dogs and grille, inc. Tiffany Jefferson • 337-7202 225 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 firehouse Subs DBa jCP management inc. Jennifer & Chris Parcell • 337-9111 316 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.firehousesubs.com golden Corral Dale Horn • 338-6651 406 Halstead Blvd., 27909 ihOP Jonathan & Lance Reas • 337-9838 1700 City Center Blvd., 27909 www.ihop.com la fogata mexican restaurant Roberto Angel • 202-0124 109 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 www.lafogatanagshead.com mamasitas Gerardo Ojeda & Hector Preciado • 333-1665 512 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 mcDonald’s Sarah Johnson • 338-1793 1321 N. Road St., 27909 www.mcdonalds.com montero’s restaurant, Bar & Catering Andy & Karin Montero • 331-1067 414 McArthur Dr., 27909 www.monterosrestaurant.com The Nicholson house Tammi Byrum • 297-2400 1500 Belvidere Rd., Belvidere, 27919 The Pines at Elizabeth City David Mascitti • 335-0278 1525 N. Road St., 27909 www.thepinesatelizabethcity.com Pizza hut of Elizabeth City Paul Keown • 338-3964 1209 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.pizzahut.com Quality Seafood Company, inc. Russell Barclift • 335-7648 309 E. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.nextdayseafood.com The Sandwich market Jack Blindt • 338-8181 410 Selden St., 27909 Sidney’s Cafe & Bistro Karen Patrick • 331-1944 507 E. Main St., 27909 www.sidneyscafeandbistro.com Sonic Drive-in Eddie Frey • 335-9836 307 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.sonicdrivein.com Subway-Elizabeth City Crossing Ed & Ron Perva • 338-5678 681 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909 Taco Bell Terry Sale • 338-2000 301 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.tacobell.com 3 amigos of Elizabeth City ii Francisco Peres • 331-6500 1720 City Center Blvd., 27909 Thumpers Downtown Bar & grille Dave Clake • 333-1243 200 N. Poindexter St., 27909 www.thumpersdowntown.com Toyama japanese restaurant Yuey (Anna) Zheng • 338-2437 218 N. Poindexter St., 27909 Track i restaurant Amy Merritt • 338-0081 143 US Hwy. 158, Camden, 27921 van’s Pizza Spiros Giannakopoulos • 335-0150 800 N. Hughes Blvd., 27909

volcano Hang Huang • 335-9899 103 M Tanglewood Pkwy., 27909 Wildflower Cafe Linda Pritchard • 333-1116 407 McArthur Dr., 27909

Seafood – Fresh Retail
Quality Seafood Company, inc. Russell Barclift • 335-7648 309 E. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.nextdayseafood.com

adore your Décor Ashlee Harrington • 331-2722 800 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 Belk Kathy Taylor • 335-2957 1409 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.belk.com The Board room Scott Cumberland • 340-0855 1805 Weeksville Rd., ,B, 27909 The Cotton gin-Sanctuary vineyards John & Candace Wright • 491-2387 6957 Caratoke Hwy., Jarvisburg, 27947 www.sanctuaryvineyards.com footprint Christian resources & unique gifts Janice Craig • 562-6690 206 N. Poindexter St., 27909 www.footprintchristianresources.com gregg Shoes Charles Gregg • 338-6596 510 E. Main St., 27909 hoffer gallery Mamie Hoffer • 331-1430 1775 Weeksville Rd., 27909 Shay leslie Boutique Kathy Munden • 331-2550 613 E. Main St., 27909 Sherwin Williams Paint Company Brandon Cowper • 335-5473 1760 City Center Blvd., 27909 www.sherwin-williams.com Wal-mart Bobby Marchbanks • 338-3367 101 Tanglewood Pkwy., 27909

Seafood – Wholesale
Quality foods from the Sea, inc. Susan Martin • 338-5455 173 Knobbs Creek Dr., 27909

Security Audits & Consultation
amaker & associates investigations, llC Larry Amaker • 264-4311 Hertford, 27944 www.amakerassociates.com

Security Systems
i-max Billy Joe Dickens • 482-4104 121 Brayhall Rd., Edenton, 27932 www.asasinc.net

Self Storage
air-Tight Storage, inc. Glenda Harvey • 338-8850 184 Lovers Ln., 27909 www.air-tightstorage.com

Septic tanks
Parks land Development, inc. David Parks • 330-2425 1252 Florida Rd., 27909

Shipping, packing & Copying Services
The uPS Store Tony Meads • 331-1133 1851 W. Ehringhaus St., Port Elizabeth Centre, 27909 www.theupsstorelocal.com

Shopping Centers
Southgate mall Vincent Freeman • 338-2848 1409 W. Ehringhaus St., Ste. 11, 27909 www.southgatemallec.com Tanger Outlet Center Debbie Moore • 441-5634 7100 S. Croatan Hwy., Ste. 45, Nags Head, 27959

Retail – groceries
rose’s apparel home & grocery Craig Kintner • 337-9779 830 Halstead Blvd., 27909

Schools – Colleges & universities
College of the albemarle Kandi Deitemeyer • 335-0821 1208 N. road St., 27906 www.albemarle.edu Elizabeth City State university Dr. Willie J. Gilchrist • 335-3228 1704 Weeksville rd., 27909 www.ecsu.edu mid-atlantic Christian university D. Clay Perkins • 334-2034 715 N. Poindexter St., 27909 www.macuniversity.edu victory Christian School R.L. Parker • 264-2011 684 Old Hertford Hwy., 27909 www.victorybaptistministries.com

Shuttle Services
m&m Shuttle & Taxi Service Dennis Mitchell • 338-2738 315 S. Hughes Blvd., 27909

Sweet Sign Designs Danny Flowers & Steve Hallett • 338-0123 1725 City Center Blvd., 27909

Signs – outdoor Advertising
ambrose Signs, inc. Roger & Gary Ambrose • 338-8522 123 Sawyer’s Creek Rd., Camden, 27921 www.ambrosesigns.com

Site Work & Demolition
r.P.C. Contracting, inc. Robbie Parker • 261-3336 P.O. Box 333, Kitty Hawk, 27949 www.rpcontracting.com

Schools – pre-K to 12th grade
albemarle School Billy Stallings • 338-0883 1210 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909 www.thealbemarleschool.org Blackwell Preschool & kindergarten Ingrid Chaney • 334-9582 700 N. Road St., 27909 www.blackwellbaptist.com Camden County School System Melvin Hawkins • 335-0831 174 NC Hwy. 343 N., Camden, 27921 www.camden.k12.nc.us Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools Linwood Williams, Superintendent • 335-2981 1200 Halstead Blvd., 27909 www.ecpps.k12.nc.us New life academy & little People Preschool Lynn Waddell • 335-5812 1958 N. Road St., 27909 www.newlifeassemblyec.com

Sleep Centers
albemarle health Sleep Center Jessica Dodd • 384-2350 110 Medical Dr., Ste. 8, 27909 albemarle Pulmonary medicine associates/ Sleep Center Jasvinder Singh MD, FACP, FCCP, FAASM 338-6167 1507 N. Road St., Ste. 1, 27909 www.apma-nc.com Chesapeake regional Sleep Center Tammy Buck • 337-9701 1805 W. City Dr., 27909

Small Business Centers
College of the albemarle Small Business Center Ginger O’Neal • 335-0821 Ext. 2370 1208 N. Road St., 27909 www.albemarle.edu/sbc Small Business & Technology Development Center George M. Brown • 335-3247 1704 Weeksville Rd., 27909 www.sbtdc.org

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Ad Index
IFC AlbemArle eConomIC Development CommIssIon 5 AlbemArle FAmIly ymCA 26 AlbemArle HospItAl 36 bAnkers InsurAnCe llC 5 bIggs CADIllAC buICk gmC truCks 19 CIty oF elIzAbetH CIty 8-9 CoAstAl peDIAtrICs 25 College oF tHe AlbemArle 21 College oF tHe AlbemArle AuDItorIum 37 eArtH stone InC. 33 elIzAbetH CIty AreA ConventIon & vIsItors bureAu 23 elIzAbetH CIty pAsquotAnk County pArks & reCreAtIon 41 elIzAbetH CIty stAte unIversIty 2 FAIrFIelD Inn & suItes elIzAbetH CIty IbC HAmpton Inn 33 HorntHAl, rIley, ellIs & mAlAnD llp 30 lynn Weeks bulmAn – portFolIo reAl estAte

Ad Index (cont.)
32 mID-AtlAntIC CHrIstIAn unIversIty 31 monArCH mortgAge 30 neW CommunIty CHurCH 28 nortHeAstern ob/gyn 1 portFolIo reAl estAte servICes 4 soutHern InsurAnCe AgenCy InC. 17 soutHgAte mAll bC toyotA oF elIzAbetH CIty 29 tWIForD FunerAl Homes llC

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Small Business Legal plans
legalShield Leonard Harrison • (757) 563-4704 www.leonardh.legalshield.com

Smoke & Water Damage Clean-up
Quality Carpet Care, inc. Flo Harrington • 338-2244 304 N. Hwy. 343, Camden, 27921

Elizabeth City area Convention & visitors bureau Charlotte Underwood • 335-5330 400 S. Water St., Ste. 101, 27909 www.discoverelizabethcity.com

trash Disposal
Waste industries, inc. Beverley Hurdle • 264-2996 657 Old US 17 S., 27909 www.waste-ind.com

Specialty Desserts
Spoonful of Sugar Sally Sharber • 340-3220 27909

travel Agencies
first Class Travel Margene Curtice • 335-4033 500 E. Colonial Ave., 27909 World Class Travel Meg Jefson • (757) 546-1010 561 Cedar Rd., Ste. 1, Chesapeake, VA 23322 www.time4vacation.com

Storage Rental
W.W. Owens & Sons moving & Storage, inc. W. C. “Bill” Owens, Jr. • 335-1850 400 S. Water St., Ste. 203, 27909

Subcontracting & Business Consulting
Empire management group llC jC Portia Codjoe • (678) 602-5845 27909

truck Accessories
Bedliners Plus accessories John Protain • 338-0552 1942 N. Road St., 27909 www.blp-a.com

Surveyors & Engineers
hyman & robey, PC Eddie Hyman & Sean Robey • 338-2913 150 US Hwy. 158 E., Camden, 27921 www.hymanrobey.com

truck Repair
Sawyer’s garage, inc. George Sawyer • 771-2782 949 Hwy. 158, 27909 Truck alignment Center, inc. Bill Temple • 338-0017 864 Berea Church Rd., 27909

tax preparation
h & r Block-Ehringhaus M.C. Brewer • 338-2157 515 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.HRBlock.com h & r Block-Tanglewood Amy Manning • 335-1512 106 Tanglewood Pkwy., 27909 vine Enterprises, inc. dba jackson hewitt Tax Service Barbara Sawyer • 335-0307 900 B W. Ehringhaus St., 27909

tutoring & Education
Selah Concepts international Carolyn Demery • 297-2024 155 Joppa Rd., Belvidere, 27919 Sylvan learning Center Michelle Tynch • 334-9700 1831 Weeksville Rd., Ste. N, 27909 www.educate.com

telephone Companies
Centurylink Derek Kelly • 338-5186 114 Sycamore St., Clinton, 28328 www.centurylink.com Centurylink Fred Womble • 335-2937 104 Cobb St., 27909 www.centurylink.com

vending Services
atlantic Dominion Distributors Elson Myers • 475-7269 2220 S. Lark Ave., Nags Head, 27959 www.atlanticdominion.com

veterinarians – Animal Hospitals
Pasquotank animal hospital L.D. Cooper • 264-3371 1351 US Hwy. 17 S., 27909 Small Paws veterinary Clinic, PllC Robin L. Temple • 384-0109 1505 N. Road St., 27909 www.smallpawsvet.vetstreet.com

telephone Directories
ziplocal Ginger Cohen • (757) 424-6381 6465 College Park Sq., Ste. 306, Virginia Beach, VA 23464 www.yourcommunity.com

telephone Services & Systems
Centurylink Derek Kelly • 338-5186 114 Sycamore St., Clinton, 28328 www.centurylink.com Northeastern Telecom Wil Roughton • 338-6245 128 Zack Cir., 27909

video Electronic Equipment
Subsea video Systems, inc. Janet Meyer • 338-1001 611 Hull Dr., 27909

Water purification & ionization
Enagic independent Consultants Bruce Wells • (757) 660-3087 3840 Waterside Dr., 27909 www.enagic.com

theaters – performing Arts
Performing arts Center at College of the albemarle Rebecca Holleman • 335-9050 1208 N. road St., 27909 www.albemarle.edu/theater_elizabeth. php?cat=35 Encore Theater Company O. Lamar Phillips • 338-3ETC P.O. Box 2692, 27906 www.encoreTHEATER.org

Web Design
river City Computers and Electronics Ken Morgan • 562-0987 1857 W. Ehringhaus St., Ste. B11, 27909 www.rivercitycomputers.com

Wholesale – Candy & tobacco
jackson Wholesale Co., inc. Mark Winslow • 426-7331 300 S. Ocean Hwy., Hertford, 27944

thrift Stores
gCf Donation Center & Store Becky Lytle • 562-6610 502 W. Ehringhaus St., 27909 www.goodwillenc.org

Wrecker Services
hudson & Son garage Terry Hobbs & John Hudson • 771-2404 1366 Northside Rd., 27909 www.lchudsonandsongarage.com

Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center Donna Stewart • 771-8333 2356 N. Hwy. 17, South Mills, 27976 www.dismalswampwelcomecenter.com


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