Lillington, North Carolina
The town of Lillington claims to have something for everyone, from young families to retirees. The Harnett County seat, it sits just off Interstate 95, a bit north of Fayetteville and Fort Bragg and not too distant from Raleigh, North Carolina's capital city. The Cape Fear River runs through town on its way to the Atlantic Ocean.
By all accounts, the town continues to prosper. Harnett County Economic Development recently announced that the construction of two new 9,000 square foot buildings is expected to draw new businesses to town. In addition, a new hospital is slated to open in 2011.
Lillington and Harnett County expect the town to grow to meet not only the needs of the North Carolina Research Triangle and Fort Bragg but the requirements of associated businesses. With an educated, skilled work force, close proximity to major metropolitan areas and transportation, the environment is ideal for economic advancement.
"Raven Rock State Park is just six miles from Lillington and offers nearly 5,000 acres for camping, canoeing, fishing and more along the banks of the Cape Fear River."
Lillington provides for the soul, also, through the Harnett County Arts Council which oversees a regional theater group, art guild, the Helena Wade Music Club and the Cape Fear Writers Guild. The Arts Council is instrumental in providing cultural events such as concerts, plays, lectures and exhibitions throughout the year.
Raven Rock State Park is just six miles from Lillington and offers nearly 5,000 acres for camping, canoeing, fishing and more along the banks of the Cape Fear River.
Does Lillington have something everyone? With an optimistic economic forecast, an involved community and a government dedicated to making the town the best it can be, it appears that statement just might be true.
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