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Vote #256. NHS is up a spot to 10th place!
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We could really move up here folks!!
Thanks to all for supporting NHS every day!
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 22:48:53 -0400
From: Gene Galin
Subject: Carolina Premium Foods to hire 700 in Siler City
Carolina Premium Foods, a Moore County company establishing an antibiotic free chicken processing plant at a former Townsend Chicken facility in Siler City, hopes to hire 700 employees at full-scale production, with 200 anticipated hires by next summer.
CEO Brian Thomsen says contracts to distribute antibiotic free chicken are in place with distributors across the country.
“We have agreements with distributors to carry 2 million pounds of chicken per week,” he says. “The Siler City plant at full operation for us will generate 3.5 million pounds per week.â”
Thomsen’s goal is to source local chicken by partnering with 200 local family farms from within an 80-mile radius. With 200 employees in the first phase of production, he hopes to reach 700 employees by the time the plant scales up to the third planned phase.
Read the entire story at http://www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2014/09/17/carolina-premium-foods-to-hire-700-in-siler-city.htmldocument.getElementById("post-17485-blankimage").onload();
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 21:06:12 -0400
From: Debbie Cosentino
Subject: SonShine & Blessings Celebration 9/20 in Pittsboro
Want to help your friends and neighbors in need? SonShine & Blessings (SS&B), a local non-profit Christian-based ministry, is having a 10th anniversary birthday celebration Saturday, Sept. 20 from 5 until 7 pm at Hanks Chapel Church just east of Pittsboro.
SS&B volunteers provide in home and institutional respite care, transportation and errands for Chatham County adults in need as well as music education through private lessons for children, youth and adults.
The day’s events include raffle prizes, music, and free hot dogs and hamburgers. If you’d like to offer a helping hand to folks needing one, know someone who would benefit from SS&B’s services or just want to learn more about the organization while visiting with friends, you’re welcome to attend.
Hanks Chapel Church is approximately four miles east of the courthouse in Pittsboro. Watch for the sign just past Pittsboro Christian Village.document.getElementById("post-17483-blankimage").onload();
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 19:39:52 -0400
From: “Lee – Computer Therapy, Inc”
Subject: A word of warning about computer scams
First of all, this is not a solicitation for services but rather a word of warning to hopefully protect computer users from NEEDING service.
Today alone I have had calls from 4 county residents whose computers were displaying a warning message about possible security vulnerabilities, virus activity, etc. Each of these warning presented a phone number to call. One such number is 855-763-0456; if you Google that number you will find that it is for a variety of “technical support” companies. You will also find many posts that report these types of companies as frauds.
Once the computer user called the phone number, a person with a distinct accent (trying to be politically correct here) talked the caller through allowing a remote access, planted a small application on the computer, displayed error messages, etc . and then proceeded to try to sell the caller anti-virus and adware protection, computer maintenance contacts, etc.
I am not mentioning the protection software they were hawking but in at least one case, it was FREE software that they were attempting to charge for.
Should you get such a bogus warning message, before you call the number on the screen, call whoever you get your local support from to verify that you are not really at risk.
Companies like mine and Tritech in Siler City will often provide this analysis at no charge over the phone.
One simple solution is to use a system restore to return your operating system to a date prior to when the situation occurred.
Along these same lines, over the past months I have had customers (usually those in retirement communities as I suspect the fraudsters think they will be more susceptible) that have been called directly and the caller states that they are calling from Microsoft, etc .. The end result of which is a credit card charge for $300 to $400.
Bottom line is that you should check with someone that you know before trusting anyone to log in to your computer.
Computer Therapy, Inc.
VOTED BEST COMPUTER SERVICE IN CHATHAM COUNTY
(919) 932-4357 – office
(919) 218-8115 – Lee’s cell
(919) 218-5509 – mobile technician