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The Martin County Players, like most community theatres, started small. Now a mainstay for over twenty-five years, Stotesbury recounts how the group began and developed over that period.
The Inner Banks Artisan Center in downtown Washington provides space for artists and craftsmen to work on site. Stotesbury visits silk painter Jan Lamoreaux to discuss how she became interested in the art, what techniques are used, her finished products which reflect both antique and modern designs, and her newest art project--anodized jewelry.
Pinetown's story revolves around one man--Surry Parker. He worked for the Roanoke Railroad and Lumber Company in Virginia, and the company sent him to build a railroad between Plymouth, North Carolina and the Dismal Swamp. He then developed Pinetown by building homes and businesses, as well as bringing technology to the small town.
After losing a leg to flesh-eating bacteria, Shane Coltrain now works for a prosthetics company to help other people who do not have access to prosthetics