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23987
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Murphy introduces readers to musician David Holt, whose tunes reveal information about music and life in the Southern Appalachians. Holt created the Appalachian Music Program at Warren Wilson College in 1975.
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23994
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The new Sunshine Chevy location in Arden, North Carolina makes use of eco-friendly designs in its building, such as an energy-controlling roof and walls, and windows that prevent heat loss.
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23997
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Cindy Threlkeld is the executive director of MANNA FoodBank; she discusses the challenges she faces in her position and how she ended up in Asheville.
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24005
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Suzanne and Hunter Hale own Killarney House in Hendersonville. The house has been owned by a number of families for over a hundred years and is part of the Hyman Heights Historic District.
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24009
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Heart of Horse Sense is a nonprofit organization in Madison County that offers equine assisted psychotherapy and learning.
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24017
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Western North Carolina's Model Railroaders hosts Eliada Home's weekly Model Train Program, in which participants design and paint elaborate cities and farms for the model trains to travel through.
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24016
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John Stack, director of FATE (Funding American through Entertainment), an Asheville-based non-profit organization, seeks to bring attention to various hunger-related issues while generating revenues to address them.
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24027
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Dianne Trammel is the executive director of Meals on Wheels in Asheville and Buncombe County. She works to recruit volunteers to deliver food to more than five hundred elderly; the program is not only a food service, it provides volunteers a chance to build relationships with some of the area's most vulnerable populations.
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24023
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Mountain Area Radio Reading Service provides readouts of the news to Asheville locals over the radio. This Service is particularly geared towards helping those with vision and print disabilities.
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24020
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Mountain BizWorks in a non-profit organization in Asheville that helps local entrepreneurs get their businesses up and running by providing start-up and expansion loans and training to clients.
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24030
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Old time Appalachian musician Roger Howell recorded a collection of fiddle tunes in 2007 and donated them to the Southern Appalachian Archives. Normally, Appalachian folk sounds are passed down by oral tradition and played by ear. Howell decided to record this part of Appalachian history before it was lost forever.
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24039
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The non-profit organization, Guardian Ad Litem, serves 435 children in Buncombe County by acting as their advocates in court cases involving their neglect or abuse.
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24043
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Start From Seed is a local non-profit birth service provider, giving support to new low-income, high-risk mothers through its doula services. Volunteers act as advocates for new mothers and provide advice, support, and a sense of community.
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24040
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Open Hearts Art Center is a non-profit organization that serves Buncombe County adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities by providing them with community, creative, expression, and income from the sale of their artwork
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24071
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Warrior Service Dogs is a non-profit organization in Western North Carolina that helps train dogs to assist veterans in navigating life after military service. Tasks include calming the symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, assisting amputees, and bringing veterans back from seizures or flashbacks.