Fayetteville/Fort Bragg/ Sandhills NC

VOL6 ISS1 2016

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — FAYETTEVILLE | FORT BRAGG | SANDHILLS REGION VOLUmE 6 — ISSUE 1 50 lee COunty your health. your hospital. your choice. CENTR AL CAROLINA HOSPITAL As a woman, you know how important a plan is. A good plan. Particularly where your health is concerned. At Central Carolina Hospital, we want to develop that plan with you. Our WOMEN'S CARE NETWORK offers you a full complement of healthcare professionals along with the latest technology to address any woman's healthcare needs. Call 855-966-3633 to connect with a physician in our WOMEN'S CARE NETWORK today. CCHwomenshealth.com If you're looking for something more spectacular, paddling the 76-mile trek on the Deep River or diving into the action at the 1,400 acres of Jordan Lake is sure to get your adrenaline pumping. The area is actually surrounded by parks and lakes. For 37 years Devils Ridge Motocross on King Farm Road has provided over 5 miles of thrills (and spills). Each April, Devils Ridge hosts the North Carolina State Championship Race. For gun enthusiasts there's Deep River Sporting Clays with 13 diferent shooting felds and 65 acres scenic woodlands. Each April, Deep River hosts the premier Southern Side by Side Championship and Exhibition, a 3-day classic event celebrating shooting with side by side shotguns. The experience includes more than 26,000 sq. ft. of exhibits. Attendees can admire and handle fne American, British, and Continental made guns; watch engravers as they work; browse through shooting clothing and accessories as well as many other gun-related items such as prints, paintings, sculptures, even jewelry. Gun experts are also available to appraise frearms. There's truly something for everyone who wants to be active in Sanford-Lee. Lee County's Parks and Recreation can provide more in depth information on what's available from youth and adult recreational activities, seniors' aquatic classes, tennis, soccer, softball, to a tiny tot playground and a dog park. We would be remiss to conclude any discussion about Lee County without talking about their commitment to education. But not just grades and scores - a foundation for learning and life. Lee County's student-centered PK-14 schools provide a rigorous and enriched education that sees graduation not as an endpoint but as a launching point for students creating the future of their dreams. Students earn their marks, and then they make them; meanwhile local businesses support education by providing a strong tax base to the county. Two public high schools provide career-oriented courses along with a full range of academic programs. Lee Early College ofers high school students a diploma and college associate degree within fve years. Central Carolina Community College in Sanford is the leading area college with two-year academic degrees, certifcates and online courses and due to the need for specifc corporate training, the school has developed an expertise in training and retraining courses for workers. Training competencies range from in-plant production skills to campus-based manufacturing curricula and short courses using software applications as well as other essential occupational skills. Whether it's attending the Lee Regional Fair each September, attending a church social, enjoying a play, or just going to a local park for a walk or picnic Sanford-Lee is beyond your expectations, yet well within your means.[]

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