Retiree Annie Moore stays busy delivering meals, preparing MLK celebrations, and planning for Zebulon’s future.
We had all kinds of businesses downtown. You didn’t have to leave town to do much. Now, a lot of the businesses are gone and people have to leave town for certain things. It is just not like it used to be. I mean, we are friendly. We are the town of friendly people – that hasn’t changed. And I realize things change and they cannot always stay the same, but the town has not changed for the better. I am so glad we finally got the Boys & Girls Club. Kids would have to leave town to do certain things and now they don’t have to. I was on the board for the Boys & Girls Club. I have run for town commissioner three times. I am a member of Zebulon First Baptist Church. I sing in the choir and I am chairman of the Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast. We started that about eight years ago. I work with the Food Bank. I deliver meals for Meals on Wheels. I was on the planning board for nine years and I am on the Board of Adjustment now.