Chamber members, are you open?


With some restrictions beginning to lift with Phase 1, the Lillington Area Chamber of Commerce wants to know if you are open for business or have a change in business hours. It is also important to specify if you serve customers inside your business or offering curbside pickup or delivery only.

Email the chamber at or call 910-893-3751.


The Lillington Chamber is sharing acts of kindness demonstrated by people and businesses in the community during the Covid-19 Crisis. The following acts were reported Friday:

Dr. David Tillman and the students of Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences donated hand sanitizer to local child care facilities in Harnett County. Forty bottles of sanitizer are being distributed to centers in Harnett County through the Harnett County Partnership for Children.

Brick Capital Video reached out to local businesses to do free commercials for marketing during COVID-19. Each video states the shop's hours of operation and what their business is providing during this time.

Belleau Wood Brewing Company gave away left over grain from its brewing to local farmers to feed animals during this time.

Precision Ford of Lillington purchased lunch on Wednesday, April 22, for the Lillington Police Department.

The Central Carolina Community College, Health and Science Program has donated the following:

  • Transitions Life Care: 13 hand sanitizers; 10 gowns; 31 disinfectant wipes; 3 gallons of soap; 54 gloves; and 14 boxes of masks (50 masks per box).
  • First Health at 46 Memorial Drive, Pinehurst: 21 disinfectant wipes; 15 boxes (50 per box) of masks; four boxes of 100 headcovers; and 10 hand sanitizers.
  • Central Carolina Hospital in Sanford: 60 boxes of masks; 14 hand sanitizers; and 16 disinfectant wipes.
  • Harnett Health: 30 boxes of  masks; eight disinfectant wipes; 110 plus 11 cases of gowns; two boxes of face shields; 27 safety goggles; 63 boxes plus 6 cases of gloves; and six boxes of shoe covers.
  • TLC-Sanford: 14 disinfectant wipes; 3 gallons of soap; and three hand sanitizers.

Send us your COVID-19 Acts of Kindness at


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