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34383
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Earl Bailey has dedicated much of his life to the art of printmaking at the Martin County Enterprise and Weekly Herald in Williamston. When Bailey began his career in the 1960s, the newspaper used letterpresses to print type on newsprint. Though the newspaper is no longer printed in Williamston, Bailey still does a lot of press work on stationary, letterheads and business cards.
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38126
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This trail includes ten churches representing Baptist, Episcopal, and Christian Churches, with nine of the churches on the National Register of Historic Places. In towns such as Bear Grass, Hamilton, Robersonville, Everetts, Jamesville, Williamston, and Oak City, they include St. Martin’s Episcopal, Skewarkey Primitive Baptist Church, and Oak City Christian Church.
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38140
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A Martin County resident was inspired to participate in the fight to end the modern age equivalent of slavery. Helping individuals like Jeannette Biggers and groups like AGLOW to end human trafficking is factors increasing the likelihood of involvement in human trafficking and resources that someone involved with human trafficking or suspects its occurrence can refer to.
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39385
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Larry Stephens, a native of Jacksonville, NC, is now the singing pastor of Piney Grove Baptist Church in the farm Life community in Martin County. Being naturally talented, he had no formal training in playing guitar or singing. With a background in Rock music, he listens to music that is Christ centered now, and many times incorporates a song in his sermons to highlight a certain point.
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39402
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This article is a feature on Rev. Cheryl Denton, a native of Washington State and is an ordained minister with the assemblies of God. The wife of Rev. R. O. 'Buddy' Denton, Jr., of Askewville, Bertie County, Cheryl has worn many hats from teaching at the Bethel Assembly Christian Academy, Bible Studies teacher, sign language and home economics teacher, music, writing and performing in dramas which has taken her to over 27 countries and 42 States spreading the message of faith.
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39416
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The camps held in the Martin County Arts Council building, taught kids to paint, cut paper, do origami and make crafts.
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39923
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This article features Charlotte Griffin, Mayor of Bear Grass, NC since 2003. She is involved in numerous organizations and is a member of Macedonia Christian Church.
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39929
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This article features Janie Spencer, a member of the Tyrrell County Board of Education. Spencer is the executive director of the Tyrrell County Inner Banks Hotline, operated 'Support Our Students,' a tutoring and incentive program and received several distinguished service awards.
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39954
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This article features the Fort Branch Museum, located near Hamilton, Martin County. Fort Branch is believed to be the only earthen fort left intact in the South with its original artillery. In the first weekend of November and December, Fort Branch comes alive with re-enactors.
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39951
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This article features the Northampton County Museum, founded in 1986 in Jackson, NC. It was one of the first in the State that allow's visitors to touch and interact with the many displays.