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May 2022

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Page 16 of 53 | 13 New science/STEM wing and junior high classrooms Non-denominational Selective enrollment Great athletic, performing and fine arts programs Pre K through 12th grade 422 Ireland Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28304 (910) 483-3905 Voted Best Private School 10 years and counting! 17345 Spring Awakenings Planning to Plant? Have a smart plan! Don't plant tall-growing trees where they'll interfere with power lines. And plant strategically – for example, put trees where they'll provide shade and/or windbreaks to reduce your warm-weather energy costs. Consider Water-Wise Gardening. Landscape with plants, flowers and shrubs that require minimal watering and use mulch. Choose drought-resistant grasses, such as Centipede or Bermuda and reduce lawn area. Call NC811 Before You Dig. The utility companies serving your property will come and mark the location of underground lines, so you can dig carefully around them. Don't Crowd Our Transformers! If you have a green PWC transformer box on your property, it's important that you DO NOT PLANT anything within 9 feet from the front of the box and 3 feet from each side. It impedes our line workers ability to make repairs and restore your power. Visit our website for more detailed information on smart tree planting and avoiding utility conflicts, water-wise gardening, NC811 and our outdoor watering schedule – as well as warm-weather tips to conserve (water and power). If you have a green PWC transformer box on your property, we're asking you, please, DO NOT PLANT anything within 9 feet from the front of the box, and 3 feet from each side. We understand that a transformer may not be the prettiest addition to your yard. But having power is a beautiful thing. Power outage … not so much! If trees, shrubs and even flowers are too close to the transformer box, it impedes our linemen's ability to make repairs and restore your power. If they don't have room to work, they have to take the time to remove landscaping that's in the way, delaying power restoration for you and your neighbors down the line. Proper clearance also allows heat to dissipate, which prevents equipment malfunctions from overheating. At PWC, we're proud of our outstanding record for reliable power service and we appreciate your cooperation in helping us continue to provide exceptional service for our customers. Don't Crowd Transformers 9 ft. 3 ft. 3 ft. 3 ft. Walter Green is a current resident of the Manna Dream Center Shelter. tour on a handmade Amish wagon. Guides will entertain riders with tales of everything the farm has to offer. Guests will see animals, visit the reptile house and learn the history of the farm. ere are also two stocked ponds for fishing. Guests may bring their own poles or borrow one at the farm. Bait is available for purchase at the gi shop. Tents and chairs can be rented. Also new this year are one of the world's largest iguana exhibits and an exotic aviary where you can see East African crowned cranes. Seasonal events later in the year include Tiny's Corn Maze in the fall, named for the ranch's 2,500-pound mascot, Tiny the Bull; Backwood Terror Ranch in October; and the Festival of Lights at Christmas. Sweet Valley Ranch Address: 2990 Sunnyside School Road Hours: Vary with events Cost: Varies with events and activities; tickets are available on the website. Contact: 844-622-3276 or state's largest outdoor inflatable venues.

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