“I wanted to create a film that does have Biblical messages, but does not come across preachy to people who may be on the opposing side of that,” McNeely said. “It has a lot of forgiveness and love and this is the type of movie that I know people will go watch and (afterwards) probably pick up their phone and go apologize to somebody that they have done wrong.”
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Treat is delicious restaurant that offers a variety of foods from classic entrees such as eggplant parmesan to unique dishes such as unicorn fish. Their signature cocktails and divine desserts are also a fabulous addition to your palate. The setting is intimate and service is...
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
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Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
We are a community oriented market where food matters. We work hard to support local producers and sell healthy food grown in the region. We believe in helping our area’s economy and preserving our natural resources. Quality Matters, Local Matters, Health Matters, Food Matters…Morganton Savings Bank is Burke County’s only local financial Institution, serving our friends and neighbors since 1903. We are perennially ranked in the top 1% of institutions Nationwide for safety and soundness, a testament to our Conservative business principles and common sense. At Morganton Savings your money is always safe and sound. Morganton is a city in Burke County, North Carolina, United States. Reader's Digest included Morganton in its list of top ten places to raise a family. The town was recently profiled in The 50 Best Small Southern Towns. The population was 17,310 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Burke County.
Morganton is one of the principal cities in the Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, NC Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Near the city is the significant archaeological and historic site of Joara, a regional chiefdom of Mississippian culture and the location where the Spanish built Fort San Juan in 1567. It was settled by the Mississippian culture by 1000 CE. It was also the first European colonial settlement in the interior of the United States, built more than 40 years before the English settled Jamestown, Virginia.
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