Clay Aiken’s Clay For NC bus tour spent most of Friday in Cumberland County.
Clay was scheduled to make stops in Fayetteville at Operation Inasmuch, the Center for Economic Empowerment and Development, and Capitol Encore Academy. He also planned a stop at the Canady Farm Corn Maze & Wagon Ride in Hope Mills in the afternoon.
Because of social media, we know that Clay and bus visited each of these places…plus a few more!
Clay started the day with a visit to Sherry’s Bakery in Dunn.
Clay visited the Center for Economic Empowerment and Development. According to their website:
The Center for Economic Empowerment and Development is a nonprofit with a 21 year history of serving individuals and families.
The mission of CEED is to serve as a resource and advocacy center to help clients find their strength to succeed.
Clay also visited The Capitol Encore Academy. This is a free public charter school in Fayetteville. It’s unique curriculum includes Fine and Performing Arts integrated with Core Academics.
The next stop for Clay and the bus was the Canady Farm Corn Maze & Wagon Ride in Hope Mills.
Canady Farm is open during the fall season and features a six acre corn maze, wagon rides, feeding farm animals, story time, narrated nature trail, green house and much more! Seasonal produce is also available. They also have an educational nature trail. According to those who have visited the Farm, it is fun for the whole family and great for all ages! The pictures look like Clay had a great time!!
Because it was Friday night, Clay attended a high school football game. It was homecoming for Jordan Matthews High in Siler City.
And…finally… a tweet from Clay!
According to the schedule, Clay will be making a visit to the Ramseur Fall Festival in Randolph County today.
I hope it is lots of fun and that people will share their pictures with us!!