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Weekend Plans in Macon, Jackson, and Swain Counties!


The Friday edition of our weekly newsletter will be dedicated to letting YOU know what is happening in and around Western North Carolina. For FREE businesses, churches, and organizations can send us their sales, operating hours, events, worship services, yard sales, you name it. If it is happening Friday-Sunday in WNC, send it to with the who, what, where, and when details and I will publish it in the Friday newsletter!


Weekend Events and Activities:


Franklin Factory Easter Egg Hunt- Factory Easter Egg Hunt
Over 5,000 Eggs & Prizes!
Friday, April 15 at 11 am 
Saturday, April 16 at 11 am
We have planned two dates to allow for smaller hunts. Please pick only one date to attend. This will allow everyone the opportunity to have an Easter "Eggs"travaganza! 
$12 - 1 Hour Jump (socks not included) valid until 4pm 
Visit with the Easter Bunny
Easter Basket Giveaway! (Must be present to win

East Franklin Baptist Church Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday April 16, 2 p.m. The church is located at Lakeside Dr.

Maidens Chapel Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday April 16, at 3 p.m. The hunt is free to the public. Refreshments after the hunt. The church is located at 230 Maidens Chapel Rd.

Saturday April 16th: Easter Eggstravaganza On The Farm-
a FREE Easter Community Event for the Public that will include an Easter Egg Hunt for kids ages 0-2 years old, 3-5 years old , 6-9 years old, 10-12 years old, and then a separate hunt for Special Needs kids.
Registration for all ages is from 9:30am until 12:00pm 
••Registrations requires a mandatory waiver signed by parents listing their children’s name- this is required for any children’s even on an Agritourism Farm in the State of North Carolina••
Time Slots for Egg Hunting:
1) 11:00am - 11:15am - Infant -2 y/o (one Adult per child)
*15 minute Break*
2) 11:30 am - 11:45am - 3-5 years old
*15 minute Break*
3) 12:00 pm - 12:15am - 6-9 years old 
*15 minute Break*
4) 12:30 am - 12:45pm - 10-12 year olds 
*15 minute Break*
1:00pm - 1:15pm - Special Needs - all ages
*15 minute Break*
1:30pm - 1:45pm - *Anyone who was left out, depending on how many eggs that we have left!- cannot have participated at any other time slot*
*15 minute Break*
*Golden Prize Announcements 2:15pm at the Stage*
Also, don’t forget, we will have the following- 
Bounce House & Inflatables
Special Easter Dreamwhip Flavors 
Premade Easter Baskets for Sale
Face Painting
Food Trucks
Vendors with Easter Basket Stuffing Items
Music on the Stage
Easter Bunny Photo Session
Vendor apply here:

 Easter Egg Hunt April 9Th @ The Old Cherokee High School From 10 am- 1:00 pm They Will Have Food & Door Prizes and a Photobooth! You Must Pre Register To Receive Easter Egg Bag And Door Prize Ticket From 9:30 Am-10 Am 
Egg Hunt Age Groups 5 and Under / 6y-9y/ 10y-13y 

April 9th Easter Egg Hunt Deep Creek Missionary Hunt - Lunch Will Be Served at 12:30am with the egg hunt immediately following

Bunny Hopper Express April 15th & 16th  10:30Am-5 Pm The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad welcomes back The Bunny Hopper Express Easter Train April 15 & 16! This 4 and half-hour round trip special event train departs the historic Bryson City Depot at 10:30 am and will travel along the Nantahala Gorge River to our picturesque layover destination, for Easter-themed activities and Egg Hunt.

Easter Hat Parade Dillsboro - April 16th  Saturday Bring your Easter bonnet to our annual Easter Hat Parade or make your own Hat. Registration begins at 12 noon. Prizes for all categories.

Easter Weekend Downtown Celebra
tioon- Join us Saturday, April 16th for our Easter Weekend Downtown Celebration!!
Featuring an adult Easter Egg Hunt with three $50 PRIZES!!
The downtown merchants are having BIG sales, candy, an Easter basket giveaway, music, and...THE EASTER BUNNY!!
Dress the kids (or yourself) in your Easter Sunday best, and take your picture with the Easter Bunny!!
Brought to you by Streets of Franklin Heritage Association.

The Paper Mill Lounge Will Host an Easter Egg Hunt on April 17th @ 2pm
Bring out the kiddies and let them snatch and grab for eggs in our yard during our annual Easter egg hunt! 


Franklin High School Percussion Camp and Auditions will be held on April 19, 4:30 to 5:30, Thursday, April 21, 4:30 to 6:30, Tuesday, April 26, 4:30 to 6:30 and Thursday, April 28, 4:30 to 6:30. Open to all rising 9th to 12th graders at FHS and MEC. For more information, contact Daniel Ball at or  call (919)428-1104. 

Spring Break -Arcade, Jump Factory, & Select Attractions
1 Hour Jump + $20 Bonus Play only $27.99 per person (socks not included, cannot be split, valid day of purchase only, bonus play cannot be used for food/merchandise or at the Jump Factory

Sylva Brew Hop April 8th- April 10th till 11 am- 10pm
Tickets are now available at Get 2 tastes from each of 5 participating hop stops. This year, we will have an Ale Pass style ticket so you and your friends and get together any time during the weekend - redeem your tastes all in one session or spread them out over the weekend. $35 gets you a souvenir glass and 2 - 4 oz. tastes at 5 different locations. Participating hop stops include: Balsam Falls, Innovation Brewing, Lazy Hiker, Nantahala Brewing and The Paper Mill. Check back soon for a link to buy your ticket.

 Highlands Nature Center invites birders of all skill levels to join Nature Center staff on Wednesday and Saturday mornings between April 13 and May 7 from 8 to 9 a.m. for an easy walk around campus to find what birds have arrived in Highlands. Interested participants will meet at the Highlands Biological Station’s North Campus at 111 Lower Lake Rd. The  walks are weather dependent. Binoculars will be provided and masks are encouraged. No registration is necessary.  For more information, visit

Come to the first-ever Justice Matters Tours at our Highlands/Cashiers office to find out how you can join Pisgah Legal Services in standing for justice.


This interactive in-person tour delves into how Pisgah Legal addresses domestic violence, housing, immigration, access to healthcare, and community economic development and explains how community members can get involved.  


Highlands/Cashiers Justice Matters Tour dates: •    Friday, April 22 10-11:30 a.m.•    Friday, May 20 1:30-3 p.m.Tours take place at Pisgah Legal Services, 209 Hospital Dr., Suite 203, Highlands, NC.   Limited space available. RSVP to Megan Quattlebaum at 828-575-1353 or email

Appalachian Trail thru-hiker & storyteller Nancy Reeder will perform and then answer questions as Grandma Emma Gatewood, the first female solo A.T. thru-hiker on Wednesday, April 13,  6 p.m. in the Macon County Public Library Meeting Room.

Greening Up The Mountain Festival April 23rd 10-4 
Join us for this amazing festival! Located in downtown Sylva on Main Street and in Bridge Park, you can enjoy perusing and purchasing hand-made art, and products, food, live music and more!

Alma Russ Band April 23 1pm 
Enjoy this amazing Singer/songwriter out of Western North Carolina, playing “patchwork music”: country, folk, & Appalachian styles pieced together. She will be on the Main Stage at Bridge Park for Greening Up the Mountains.

JAM is WNC makers and music festival every Saturday 1 - 5 with free entry on Main street in historic downtown Sylva. Connect with local creators selling handmade goods, demonstrating their artistic process and teaching with workshops, all while enjoying live music.

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission will discuss the Commission’s recent proposed changes that would allow hunting on three western bear sanctuaries at a meeting on April 5, at 6:30 p.m. at Tri-County Community College in the McSwain Building Lecture Hall. The rule change would permit limited bear hunting beginning in fall 2022 in sanctuaries in the Pisgah National Forest, Standing Indian and the Panthertown area in the Nantahala National Forest. NC Wildlife officials indicate they support the rule change. The meeting is open to the public for residents who are interested in attending.

Youth Volleyball League For Girls and Boys Grade 3rd-8th Registration From March 1st the 31st Register Online at Fee is $50 Knee Pads Recommended Practice Starts April 18th Games Will Be Saturdays Starting May 7th 
Volunteer Coaches Needed Call For More Information 828-293-3053 ext.6 

WNC Farm to Table is proud to announce that we have partnered with Ilda for an unforgettable evening of exquisite dining. Tickets for this debut event are $100 and that includes a 4-course meal, including lamb from Moody Bluff Farm, and wine pairings. Seating is limited. Purchase tickets here:
Ilda was voted Mountain Restaurant of the Year by Eater Carolinas. WNC Farm to Table has provided much of the local produce, meat, and other items for Ilda since they opened last April.
WNC Farm to Table is opening in the upcoming months just around the corner on Mill Street. We will announce soon when online ordering will be open to the public.
For more information and how to support WNC Farm to Table opening its doors, please visit

Smoky Mountian Sk8way & Fun Zone Host Adults Only Skate every Thursday Night 7 - 10 pm with DJ Ken Brandenburg Cost is $8 and Includes Skates 

Smoky Mountain Pregnancy Care Centers in Cullowhee and Franklin have an educational parenting program to earn “Points” to use to obtain free items for your family. The centers carry formula, diapers, wipes, baby items, and clothing up to size 6, as well as strollers, car seats, high chairs, pack n’ plays, etc. Donations are always welcome. Services are free and confidential. For more information or an appointment, call (828)349-3200, (828)293-3600 or

Dillsboro After Five” will take place from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays in downtown Dillsboro. Start with a visit to the Jackson County Farmers Market located in the Innovation Station parking lot.

Jackson Arts Market- Saturdays & Sundays 1:00-5:00 PM

533 West Main St Sylva, NC
Free outdoor art experience with LIVE MUSIC, 20+ artists, and demos sharing their artistic process of creating handmade pieces. The Jackson Arts Market is coming to our gardens with beautiful, handcrafted items! Shop Vendors booths with everything from craft jewelry to canned goods and bread, all the while enjoying the sounds of local musical artists! ALL OUTSIDE!! Visit for more info and a complete line up of musical artists! 

Smoky Mountain Farmers & Artisans Market- Farmer’s Market (with artisans) will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays through October at 117 Island Street in Bryson City. Stop by the old barn by the river for local, homegrown produce, as well as baked goods, jellies and preserves, authentic crafts, and more. Food truck, picnic tables, and a strolling musician

Food Pantries :

Franklin Covenant Church- Host a Free Lunch And Pantry Once a Month on the fourth Saturday of the month. It runs from 11:00 am until we either run out or there are no more people coming. It is a drive-through and to-go service. In addition to a free hot lunch, we give out dry goods and pantry supplies, like cleaning supplies, etc. 

Franklin Covenant Church Drive through Hot Lunch, Food Pantry and prayer as requested will be held on Saturday, March 26, starting at 11 a.m, at Franklin Covenant Church, 265 Belleview Park Rd. They look forward to serving you

Holly Springs Baptist Church, 2nd Mile Ministry is open 10 to Noon Mondays providing a food pantry, children's clothes, and financial aid (rent and utilities) for families and seniors in need. 

Five Fire Departments in Macon County – Nantahala, Cullasaja, Sky Valley, Clarks Chapel, and Burningtown – are open Monday thru Friday for drive-up food deliveries from 1 to 4 p.m. for anyone who needs food.

Local Pubs in the area:


Lazy Hiker Brewing (Franklin) Will Host  Fundraiser 4/9 11am  and Dustin Martin 4/15 
 Dustin Martin on 4/16, and EVERY Friday Night Is Karaoke 7 pm- 10 pm 

Lazy Hiker Brewing 4/9 11 am This day is dedicated to raising money for one of our local children here in Franklin, 16-year-old Noah Carpenter. Noah has been diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma and has already begun chemotherapy. It can be extremely difficult financially for the family and I want to do everything I can to alleviate some of that burden. All money raised will go directly to Noah and his family to help them concentrate on the one and only thing that matters....getting Noah healthy

Currahee Brewing Co Will Host
Friday 4/8- Redneck Ricky's Food Stand 12-9, Lil Sting Rays 12-8 and Tie Dye Food Truck 3-9 
Saturday 4/9- Redneck Ricky's Food Stand 12-CL, Lil Sting Rays 12-8 , Tie Dye Food Truck 3-9 And Live Music Amongst The Tree 7-10  
Sunday 4/10-Redneck Ricky's Food Stand 12-9,  Tie Dye Food Truck 12/7
 Live Music Blue Jazz From 7-10
Open Mic Night Every Other Wednesday @ 7pm  Mondays  @ 7 Is Team Trivia Night 


Unplugged Pub (Bryson City)  Will Host 4/7 Blackjack County, 4/8 Carolina Freightshakers, 4/9 Genepool Open Mic Night On Thursday Nights and start 'whenever' after we open until 11:00 pm.  All shows begin at 8 p.m. Free and open to the public. 828.538.2488. 

Mountain Layers Brewing (Bryson City) Will Host  Scott James Stambaugh live 4/8, Granny's Mason Jar Live 4/9, 4/15 Aly Jordan, Steve Heffker 4/22, Twelfth Fret 4/23, George Ausman 4/24, Kate Thomas 4/29

Mountain Layers Brewing (Bryson City) 

There will be a free wine tasting from 6 to 8 p.m. every Thursday and 2 to 5 p.m every Saturday at The Wine Bar & Cellar in Sylva. 828.631.3075.

Bryson City Wine Market offers a glass of wine and a Market Plate Monday through Saturday as well as special flight tastings from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. every Friday and Saturday


 Lazy Hiker Brewing (Sylva) will host Fire Towers & Beer @6:30 April 5th Sylva Taproom   Colby Deitz on 5/20 

Balsam Falls Brewing (Sylva) will host an open mic from 8 to 10 p.m. every Thursday. Free and open to the public.

PaperMill Lounge Will Host -  4/23 Terri Lynn Queen With Scott Baker And Tim Queen 

Nantahala Brewing's Sylva, NC Outpost Will Host 

Innovation Brewing Will Host  Live Music By David Potter 4/14 @ 7 
Open Mic Night Friends Night Out 

Bryan will be hosting an open mic night from 7-9pm. Our WNC Artist Spotlight/Open Mic is a great chance for local musicians to try out new songs, get some practice in front of an audience, or even book a future gig at one of our taprooms!
Musicians can swing by that night to take part, but if you want to secure a time slot go ahead and direct message us on here or email


Historic T M Rickman Store is open Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at   259 Cowee Creek Rd. Dulcimer music in the morning and music jams begin at noon.

Volunteer drivers are needed at Macon County Senior Services. Mileage will be reimbursed. For more information, call (828) 349-0211.

Macon County CareNet is in need of volunteers. Positions open are in the food pantry, soup kitchen, and file room. If interested stop by for an application at 130 Bidwell St., or call (828)369-2642.

Appalachian Animal Rescue Center is looking for volunteers to help at the thrift store. Call for information about the store (828)369-3046 or the shelter (828)524-4588 if you are interested in volunteering.

Macon Medication Assistance Program located at the back of the First Baptist Church is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information call (828)524-5258.

Men’s Teen Challenge Needs Good Quality Lumber for its woodworking Shop. Pick up in the Franklin area. To donate, call (828)369-1177. 

Gem & Mineral Museum, located in the Old Jail on Phillips Street in downtown Franklin is now open Fridays and Saturdays from 12 to 4 p.m., featuring gems and artifacts from North Carolina as well as all over the world.

Winding Stair Farm and Nursery. Not to Miss: New Retail Center with house plants, giftware, and pottery and outside, our range of diverse and healthy plants for your garden.
Open Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm. Call 828-369-9778 with questions.

Friends of the Greenway  FROG Quarters is now open Wednesday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to  2 p.m.,  at 573 E. Main in Franklin. Stop by for coffee or a soft drink and a snack, use our free internet.  You can also reserve the shelters for your events there.

Smoky Mountain Pregnancy Care Centers in Cullowhee and Franklin have an educational parenting program to earn “points” to use to obtain free items for your family. The centers carry formula, diapers, wipes, baby items, and clothing up to size 6, as well as strollers, car seats, high chairs, pack n’ plays, etc. Donations are always welcome. Services are free and confidential. For more information or an appointment, call (828)349-3200, (828)293-3600 or

CareNet on Bidwell Street will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  A box of food may be picked up once a week.

Uptown Gallery on Main Street's new hours are Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Employment assistance is offered by NC Works Career Center from 1:30-4 p.m. on the first Friday of every month at Marianna Black Library in Bryson City. 488.3030 or



To have your yard sale included here for FREE, email it to

Spiritual Light Center on Sunday, April 10, 11 a.m., Doug VanOrsdall will share. On Tuesday a movie is shown at 3 p.m. and then out to eat afterward. The church is located at 80 Heritage Hollow Dr., behind the Gazebo Restaurant.  For more information or to stream services go to

Spiritual Light Center WIll Host Every Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. Join our group in the Hall for Movie Afternoon!   We choose something fun to watch and afterward pick a place and go out to eat!

All Saints Episcopal Church, Franklin  Services are held Rite I, 8 a.m. without music and Rite II,  10:15 a.m. with music, every Sunday. First and third Sundays at St. Agnes Chapel, 66 Church St. and second and fourth Sundays at St. Cyprian’s Chapel, 216 Roller Mill Rd. Sunday 10:15 a.m. services can be viewed live on the website: and past Sundays can be viewed on YouTube search “All Saints Franklin”.

Franklin First United Methodist Church Sunday In-person Worship is held at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. or on Facebook at Franklin First United Methodist Church, either live or later on recorded video. The church is located at 66 Harrison Avenue in downtown Franklin; the senior pastor is Rev. David Beam. For more information, call (828)524-3010 or visit us at

Grace Baptist Church Services are held on Sunday, at 11 a.m.  Frank Rodriguez is the pastor. All are welcome to attend. The church is located at 130 Setser Branch Rd. 

First Alliance Church will hold Sunday Service, April 10, at 10:30 a.m., Sunday School for all ages is held at 9:30 a.m., Pastor Scott Eichelberger will speak on “A Great Day”, based on 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18. Pinnacle Brass will be providing special music. The church is located at 31 Promise Lane (off Womack, next door to Trimont Christian Academy).

Celebrate Recovery at Discover Church every Monday night at 6 p.m. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life. Free childcare up to five years old for attending parents. Discover Church is located at 47 Macon Center Dr (behind Bojangles). For more information, email for questions.

Prentiss Church of God is holding a Sunday worship service in its sanctuary beginning at 10:30 a.m.  Services are also streamed online on the Prentiss Church of God Facebook page. The church is located at  59 Church Hill Lane, off Addington Bridge Road. Phone: (828)369-3885.

Memorial United Methodist Church  Worship Services in person and on Facebook at 11 a.m. every Sunday.   They have communion the first Sunday of each month. The church is located at 4668 Old Murphy Rd. (across from Loafers Glory).  The pastor is Evan W. Hill.  For more information,  call (828)369-5834.

Tellico Baptist Church is now having in-person Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship service at 11 a.m. inside the church building with the Reverend L. E. Angel. Everyone is welcome.

County Road Farms Nursery-
We Are Looking To Hire A Front House Sale Associate!
Apply in person and for more information call The Store at 828-586-5515

Macon County Public Library 

The Macon County Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic and energetic candidate to fill the part-time position of Library Assistant I/Courier driver. Macon County Public Library is a member of Fontana Regional Library, a public library system with six-member libraries providing service in Jackson, Macon, and Swain counties. The ideal candidate for the Library Assistant I will be a team player who can provide library services to meet the needs of the public. If you thrive in a rapidly changing environment while maintaining a friendly and helpful attitude, this may be the job for you.
Macon County Dept. of Social Services 
Child Welfare Social Workers needed.  Advanced, professional-level casework providing protective and ongoing case management services.  Details at
To Apply – Complete State of NC Application PD-107 submitted to NC Works at 5 West Main St. Franklin, NC 28734.

Macon Citizens Habilities, Inc

MCH is seeking caring and dependable Direct Support Professionals and an RN to work with individuals with developmental disabilities. We Have Multiable Positions Open!

***$1500.00 SIGN-ON BONUS and referral bonus after 6-months of employment. CNA not required. Starting hourly salary is $13.00-$13.50 for DSP's following a brief training period. Competitive annual salaries will be discussed with qualified RN applicants. Paid holidays and personal leave are offered to all employees.
The application can be filled out online at or through Facebook.
RN: Mon-Fri (830-430). Applicant needs to be flexible with after-hours and weekend calls.

Jackson County
Smoky Group Home
• 34 Hour Shift: Thurs (5PM-9PM) Fri, Sat, Sun (11PM-9AM)
• 36 Hour Shift: Mon-Fri (6AM-11AM) Mon-Wed (5PM-9PM)
• 60 Hour Shift (7 on 7 off): Mon-Fri (4PM-10PM) Sat, Sun (7AM-10PM)
• 68 Hour Shift (7 on 7 off): Mon-Fri (3PM-11PM) Sat, Sun (9AM-11PM)
Webster Group Home
• 22.5 Hour Shift: Mon-Fri (630AM-11AM)
• 28 Hour Shift: Fri (11PM-7AM), Sat (10PM-7AM), Sun (10PM-9AM)
• 30 Hour Shift: Mon-Fri (7AM-1PM)
• 30 Hour Shift: Mon-Fri (5PM-11PM)
• 35 Hour Shift: Mon-Fri (3PM-10PM)
• 19 Hour Shift: Mon (4P-9P) Sat, Sun (7A-2P)
• 19 Hour Shift: Tues (4P-9P) Sat,Sun (2P-9P)
OR 38 Hour Shift: Mon, Tues (4P-9P) Sat, Sun (7A-9P)
• 35 Hour Shift: Fri (4p-9p) Sat, Sun (7A-10P)
• 40 Hour Shift: Wed, Thurs (4PM-9PM) Sat, Sun (7AM-10PM)
Macon County
Macon Group Home
• 30 Hour Shift: Sat, Sun (7AM-10PM)
• 39 Hour Shift: Mon, Thurs, Fri (5PM-10PM) Sat, Sun (7AM-7PM)
Iotla Group Home
• 32 Hour Shift: Tues, Fri (5PM-9PM) Sat, Sun (7AM-7PM)
• 32.5 Hour Shift: Wed (5PM-930PM) Sat, Sun (7AM-9PM)
Yonce House
• 7 on 7 off Shift: Wed PM-Wed AM (6a-930a, 3p-sleep at group home)
PRN Positions available in both Macon and Jackson Counties

Visit our Facebook Page "Macon Citizen HabliBes, Inc" for Benefits and Requirements.


Grandview Manor Care Center

We are looking to hire two individuals to join our personal care team! Both positions will work directly with our residents to ensure all of their needs are met. 

We have an opening on our second shift (3PM-11PM) and an opening on our third shift (11PM-7AM). Both positions can be full or part-time and come with flexible scheduling, educational opportunities, and a great team to work with. Please apply on here, or send us a direct message with any questions. 


Marketing Administrative Assistant (PT), Graphic Design & Layout Professional, Marketer, Catering Manager, Assistant F&B Manager, Banquet Captain, Banquet Supervisor, Restaurant Reservationist, Host, Server, Breakfast Server, Server Assistant, Bartender, AM Sous Chef, Breakfast Cook, Cook, Assistant Pastry Chef, Pastry Sous-Chef, Pastry & Bread Cook, Dishwasher, Reservations Specialist, Front Desk Supervisor, Front Desk Agent, Bellman, Room Attendant, Houseman, 2nd Shift Laundry, Retail Associate, Fitness Manager, Spa Concierge, Massage Therapist, Spin Instructor. Special Retention Bonus, $1000 Full-time / $500 Part-time, For these Licensed Positions: Cosmetologist, Hair Stylist, Makeup Artist, Nail Tech. Benefits and PTO for Full-time Apply online:
Human Resources  |  828-787-2697  |


Hampton Inn Franklin

 Front Desk Person Fri thru Sunday 8am-4pm $9.45 Personable & Reliable, Housekeepers full and part-time $9.25. Applications at front desk 244 Cunningham Rd., No phone calls.


Habitat for Humanity of Macon/Jackson County
Habitat needs volunteers to share some of their skills or gain some experience learning new ones. From carpentry to cleaning, marketing to moral support, computer skills, planning and organizing or just plain common sense, the greatest gift you could ever give is your time. Any amount is good. Some great times, lasting friendships and rewarding experiences await.  Call (828)369-3716 or (828)371-5442.


PRN Nursing Services is Now Hiring!
Join our Amazing team of healthcare workers! We are currently accepting applications for RNs, LPNs, and In-Home Aides! RNs and LPNs needed in Jackson Swain and Haywood counties. Enjoy a fulfilling career working one-on-one with clients in their homes. Contact our office today for more information or begin the application process online. Office 828-631-4838 Office 828-226-4191 
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