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21746
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Sheila Lee of the Bear Grass Community has been crafting for the past thirty-three year. She creates primitive-looking figures of all sizes that appear old and antique looking. The majority of them are Santa Clauses and other Christmas items. But she also makes other items for the various seasons and holidays. Green and Lee discuss how her creative process works.
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38145
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A business founded in 1919 attributes its success to a solid foundation, one attributed to its founding families building good customer service and community presence. Its foundation has survived challenges such as competition from Bertie County Peanuts, changes in its cash crop’s storage and transportation methods, and hurricanes.
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39461
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The Aurora Fossil Museum was founded in 1976 and opened in 1978 as a non-profit science education resource center, This article features the museum and its outreach in the community.
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39475
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The article is a feature on Henry 'Hank' Stoop, Girls Basketball Coach at Pungo Christian Academy at Terra Ceia, Beaufort County
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39479
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This article features Lulu Eure, a basketball legend and coach from Gates County, NC
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39485
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This article features Valley Pine Country Club, in southern Northampton County adjacent to Northeast Academy. It opened in 1967 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2017. Mike Ordnung is the current owner, Robert Robbins is the club Pro and Robert Harris, age 84, has been the groundskeeper since 1967.
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39926
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This article features Joella Turner Brown, Athletic Director of Northeast Academy, Northampton County, NC.
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39931
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This article features Kay Overton, executive director of the Tyrrell-Washington Partnership for Children.
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39960
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This article features the Washington Underground Railroad Museum, created in 2016 in Washington, Beaufort County in a downtown caboose. The National Park Service named the Washington waterfront as Underground Railroad to Freedom site in 2014. The museum is run by Leesa Jones and gives a pictorial history of slavery in Washington and Beaufort County.
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39964
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This article features the Ava Gardner Museum, which opened in Smithfield, Johnston County in 200. It features more than 20,000 artifacts about the life of Ava Gardner collected by Tom Banks.