Ketchie Inc.

CCM thanks Ketchie, Inc for closing shop for 4 hours and bringing 25 “soldiers” to volunteer at one of our teaching houses in Kannapolis. The Ketchie Army arrived at 8am ready to work equipped with their arsenal of handyman skills. Some scrubbed and cleaned inside while others dug a French drain outside and after donuts and coffee; they finished with replacing siding and soffits. A mother and her 3 children were able to move in the home because of what the Ketchie Army accomplished!  “I am thankful to play a small part in CCM’s mission and their passion to help the homeless community in Cabarrus County”, shared Courtney Ketchie Silver, President of Ketchie, Inc.          

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Ketchie, Inc has continuously grown since its formation in 1947; from a textile job shop serving the local mills to a third generation, ISO certified, woman-owned corporation operating CNC equipment. In addition to offering custom machine parts, they also manufacture their own line of heavy and standard mounting bearing units. Ketchie works with railroad, mining, lumber, aggregate, textile and many specialized original equipment manufacturers.  Ketchie is committed to fulfilling their mission: to be the most respected custom manufacturer for having the highest quality people, products and service.

Vulcan Materials Company – Cabarrus Quarry

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Vulcan Materials Company – Cabarrus Quarry participated with CCM by donating 50 tons of washed stone for improvements to the Carver Community in Kannapolis through Cooperative Christian Ministry’s neighborhood improvement project during I Love My City Weekend.  

The Cabarrus Quarry has received an Excellence in Community Relations Gold Award which recognizes a superior level of active involvement and positive contributions to the facility's neighboring community.  In addition, the quarry achieved Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) conservation recertification for its commitment to environmental stewardship.

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