Donors recognized at Alive After Five in Oxford
The Granville County Chamber of Commerce’s third and final Alive After Five event of the year was recently held in downtown Oxford.
At the event, the chamber named its new stage and recognized donors.
The stage was named “Newton Stage,” in honor of William and Earlene Newton of W.I.N. Customs, Inc., who designed and engineered two eight-foot, fold-out extensions for the stage, and provided parts and labor for installation.
Also recognized were Clayton Homes of Oxford, which donated a mobile home frame; Talbert Building Supply, which donated plywood for the stage floor; A-1 Mini-Storage, which donated labor to install the floor and stage storage; and Oxford Ace Hardware, which donated paint.
North Tower Band performed at the event.