Serving Denton, NC & Surrounding Communities



Dear Friends,

It has been a wonderful week in the district and in the legislature. Let’s see what’s been going on.

Voter ID in North Carolina has been an ongoing topic as election season approaches. Several lawsuits have been enacted over the topic but a resolution is in sight.

This week, The Annual Everybody’s Day celebration took place in Thomasville. I was honored to be a part of this beloved community tradition and celebrate the people of Thomasville!

The Board of Directors of United Way of Davidson County and leadership donors across Davidson County will honor Todd and Jodi Hunt at the 2022 Benefactors Reception on Friday, October 7 at Sapona Country Club. The reception will start at 6:00 p.m.

The Denton Street Festival is right around the corner! The 2022 Denton Street Festival will take place Friday night, October 7 from6-9 pm and Saturday, October 8 from 9am-3pm. Coming off the 2021 success which included a FREE concert in Harrison Park, FREE ice cream, snacks and activities for the children and over 70 vendors, this year’s event promises to be even bigger.

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein visited Davidson County on Wednesday to highlight local efforts to fight the opioid epidemic and to discuss the county’s $12.5 million allocation of the state’s opioid settlement funds.

The Lexington BUILD Grant is officially planned to be used to construct a new trains station and railroad through the piedmont of NC. This grant will bring new life to Davidson County and surrounding areas through transportation opportunities.

The Hunter Education Program of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission provides free hunter education courses throughout the year in all 100 counties.

If you have concerns, or questions, you can reply to this newsletter, email, or call my office at (919) 733-5743.

I also take time each day to personally call citizens in our district to listen to their concerns. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve you!