2021 Sponsors

Stokes County Farm Bureau Inc (level 1)

Kordick Family Farm (2),

Midsummer Brewery ( 2)

Surry Communications (2)

Surry Yadkin EMC (level 2)

Yadkin Valley Wildlife Federation (2)

Sauratown Farm (2)

Southview Farm (2)

Carolina Farms International (3)

Carroll Memorials (3)

 

If you would like to become a sponsor
this year, please contact :

Paul Blue - pauledblue@gmail.com
PH# 336-409-7103 or 315-317-8219

 

Our Communities would also like to acknowledge generous gifts from the following donors from 2020: The H.F. Wilson Foundation, Marilyn’s Agency, Surry Communications and Kordick Family Farm.

  Our Communities gratefully acknowledges all those who have supported us in the past.

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   2019  Sponsors

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Collins Angus Farm 

Bill and Linda Collins

Marilyn’s Model and

 Talent  Management 

Inman's Farm

Saurawood Farm

Southview Farm 

Walnut Grove Farm at Big Creek 

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   2018  Sponsors

  We are proud to help sponsor FarmFest 2018! Since 1993, Dan River Real Estate, Inc. has helped people buy and sell land and homes in this community. Our primary market area is Stokes and Surry County, but we are licensed to sell real estate in North Carolina and Virginia. Dan River Real Estate is owned by two men who grew up

in Francisco. We are not a franchise but are members of Triad Multiple Listing Service and Winston-Salem Association of Realtors. Our office is in Pilot Mountain. We are also on Facebook!

 Telephone Number 336-368-3933

  Located in the foothills of North Carolina, with gorgeous views of Pilot Mountain, Luna's Trail is the perfect venue for a wedding, a relaxing weekend getaway, a business meeting, or a fun family reunion! It's also a great place to buy beef, pork, eggs, and blueberries! 

TARHEEL Mobile RV Service, LLC

 Bill & Linda Collins

Carolina Farm Credit

C.C. Moore & Son, Inc.

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The first FarmFest was organized in 2016 by neighbors pulling together to create something good and new in a tough time. The Francisco School, which had been the heart of the region for almost a century, was closed in 2015. After the closure local folks dedicated themselves to finding ways to keep that heart beating in a repurposed facility. This tradition of self-reliance and resilience is as much a characteristic of the communities here as farming.

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