As Fort Mill grows, many residents lament the loss of the small-town lifestyle.
Lakeview Farms is doing its part to keep “the personalized and dedicated service of the neighborhood milkman of years gone by.”
It delivers fresh milk and other products to your door. Sign up online at www.lakeviewfarmshomedelivery.com or visit the office at 2752 Pleasant Road. There is no minimum order.
You buy an insulated dairy box when you sign up. The $39.95 cooler keeps products cold in all types of weather.
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Lakeview Farms milk contains no RBGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone) and comes in several flavors.
Eggs from ISE Newberry are also available. So is cheese from Cady Creek Farms in Wilson, Wis., and juice from Homestead Creamery.
Other items include pancake, muffin and gingerbread mixes from The Old Mill of Guilford, bacon, coffee, ice cream, ready-to-bake cookies, and frozen pizza and waffles.
New auto store
The dirt is flying next to Sonic on S.C. 160. An Advance Auto Parts store is expected to open in Fort Mill late this year. Based in Roanoke, Va., Advance Auto Parts is the second-largest automotive aftermarket retailer in the U.S.
Another school option for the younger set is coming to Fort Mill with an anticipated winter 2008 opening. The Goddard School, 868 Gold Hill Road, will offer year-round extended day programs from 7a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays. They accept children from 6 weeks to 6 years of age and provide after-school enrichment and a summer program for children up to age 7. Details: 803-802-2112.