By the time he was a teenager, his family moved back to Madison. A gifted athlete, Williams excelled in track and field, wrestling, and soccer and continued to play soccer and run at Lees-McRae College and Michigan Tech.
Only a few years after graduating from college, Larry married his beloved, Pam. For a time, they lived near Wilmington, and it was around this time that Williams developed an interest in the world of commercial fishing, he said. Soon after, the young couple moved to Rockingham County to raise their two young sons.
A seller who loves to engage his customers, Williams offers a plethora of fresh, organic produce. You’ll find seasonal produce from local farmers and vendors, such as Three Tigers, Reece Avis roasted coffee beans, local honeys, jellies and jams.
Her goal is to evolve her offerings from season to season and offer landscaping plants from her son’s business, St. Patrick’s Lawncare.
For this year’s holiday season, Carolina’s Best offers smoked turkeys and local cabbage and greens, along with camellias, poinsettias, Chilean sage, and jade plants. He also carries Fraser Christmas trees and takes custom orders for larger trees. You’ll also find a range of wreaths with locally made bows, and in the coming weeks, look for gift baskets filled with locally made homemade breads, nuts, creole cheese, oranges, coffee, honey. , jams and jellies.