THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN TO THE WONDERFUL COMPANIES FOR SPONSORING A DAY IN THE COUNTRY EVENT ON APRIL 29TH.
This wonderful event helps to raise money for so many people right here in our local community. And if it were not for our amazing team of subcontractors and suppliers, this event would not be possible.
For More Details and Sponsorship Information, go to the Harrelson Center
Click the link below for information and how to buy tickets:
A BEAUTIFUL DAY AT GENTEEL PLANTATION FOR THE ANNUAL "A DAY IN THE COUNTRY" EVENT.
McKinley Building Corporation would like to send a special Thank You out to the Subcontractors and Suppliers who contributed to The Harrelson Center. The Harelson Center provides it's nonprofit partners social and educational opportunities, marketing and promotions, volunteer recruitment and a place of collaboration for them to help those in need right here in our local community. They work to meet the needs of the community in such areas as safe and affordable housing, education, employment, health care and family support.
To Learn More about The Harrelson Center, Click the following link: The Harrelson Center
Bert Exum, Ken Dull, Vicki Dull, Bobby Harrelson...Leaders of this Wonderful Event!
JOIN US FOR A DAY OF FUN IN THE COUNTRY AT GENTEEL PLANTATION.
THURSDAY APRIL 28TH, 11:00 AM TO 7:00 PM.
SKEET SHOOTING, FISHING, HOT DOG LUNCH, COUNTRY DINNER, CORN HOLE, PUTT PUTT GOLF, BOURBON & WINE TASTING, CIGAR STATION, SHOTGUN RAFFLE & PRIZES, MUSIC & LINE DANCING, FIRE PIT & S'MORES, DOG FIELD TRIALS, ARCHERY
Read more about "A Day In The Country" at The Harrelson Center "A Day In The Country"
McKinley Building Corporation is a Proud Sponsor of "A Day in the Country" Fundraising Event for the Harrelson Center. We have sponsored the Harrelson Center for many years and believe strongly in their mission that contributes 100% to our local community.
To learn about this special event that will be held on Friday, April 17th, 9am-7pm and how you can contribute, click the link below:
Read about the beautiful "Genteel Plantation" where the event will be held:
The Harrelson Center is a nonprofit center that supports and partners with other nonprofit organizations in the Wilmington community. The center works with its partners to meet the needs of the community such as safe and affordable housing, education, employment, health care and family support. The center recognizes the critical needs of others and encourages, uplifts and assists them in rebuilding their lives through the services provided at the center.
The law firm of Hamlet & Associates PLLC will move next week from leased space in Barclay Commons to a new office condominium the firm has purchased and custom finished in the Monkey Junction area.
Firm principal Mark Hamlet said Tuesday that he and his associates and staff will move to its new space at 5215 Junction Park Circle, Unit 202 on June 26 and 27; the practice will reopen in its new location June 30.
Monkey Junction is "one of the few remaining areas of the county with available real estate, and it is uniquely positioned to grow,” Hamlet said, explaining the firm’s choice to locate there.
"We are excited that the opportunity presented itself to own our space and up-fit it from the ground up,” he said, adding that the four-unit condo structure was developed in 2007 by John Vincent. Three of the four units were purchased and the interiors finished at that time, but the one recently purchased by Hamlet & Associates remained.
Architect Michael Kersting designed the new interior and McKinley Construction – which did the original construction – built it out, Hamlet said.
The firm is moving from offices of just under 3,000 square feet of space to quarters that measure about 3,400 square feet. "We will have the space for growth potential for two additional attorneys and staff to support them,” Hamlet said.
Currently, the firm consists of four attorneys in addition to Hamlet. They are Rebecca Scherrer, Patricia Cowart-Coughlan, Nicole Slaughter and Jessica Soles.
Hamlet and Associates, formed in 2012, focuses primarily on construction, insurance defense and commercial litigation, according to its website. It also provides legal services in areas such as civil litigation, business planning and mediation.
ALL IN A DAY'S WORK
Posted in Wilmington Magazine May-June 2014
"Wilmington Magazine talks with Ken Dull, owner of McKinley Building Corporation, about fostering the friendship between preservation and growth"
BY JENNIFER GLATT Photo by Salt Studio
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In Support of the Jo Ann Carter Harrelson Center, McKinley Building Corporation along with Park Sterling Bank, and Compass Pointe recently sponsored a unique fundraising event "A Day in The Country" at the magnificent Genteel Plantation in Atkinson, NC.
Thank You to our subcontractors and suppliers for their tremendous support. The Event was an Overwhelming Success!
We are already looking forward to the "Second Annual", next Spring!
Skeet Shooting, Fishing, Hotdog Lunch & BBQ Dinner, Cornhole, Bourbon Tasting, Cigar Station, Music, Raffle & Prizes!
We are proud to be part of the Mission at the Harrelson Center, a nonprofit organization that supports and partners with other nonprofits in Wilmington. The Center works with its partners to meet vital needs of our community such as safe and affordable housing, education, employment, health care and family support.
They are "Making a Difference Everyday!"
To find out more about the Harrelson Center's Mission and how you can get involved:
Ken Dull of McKinley Building Corp. recently shared a panel discussion with Dr. William Hall, Senior Economist at the Swain Center for Business & Economic Services, at UNCWs annual OUTLOOK Conference at the Burney Center in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Click here more information about the UNCW Cameron School of Business-Swain Center Professional Development: https://www.facebook.com/SwainCenter?ref=hl
UNCW - Cameron School of Business - Swain Center Professional Development
October 23, 2013, By J. Elias O'Neal
Officials overseeing the development of a new 250-unit retirement apartment community kicked off construction during a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday.City, local business and project investors gathered at the site of the future Cambridge Village Senior Living of Wilmington to launch phase one of the development, according to a news release.
Crews hope to complete construction by early 2015. Meanwhile, advanced reservations for apartments are now being accepted at the Cambridge Village information office in a unit next to the Harris Teeter in the Mayfaire Community Center development on Military Cutoff Road.
Excerpt taken from Greater Wilmington Business Journal
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