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36992
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For the February event spotlighted, it was called a “snow moon,” for the November event highlighted it was called a “supermoon.” Pictures taken of the moon in places like Asheville’s Pack Square and DuPont State Recreational Forest proved that, whether the moon was seen in the city or out in the county, it offered a spectacular view of lunar phenomena.
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36567
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A Cleveland, Ohio native made an impact on the town that prompted his self-identification as an “Ashevillian.” How his influence continues is through philanthropic contributions to the city. Those noted include the Asheville Public Library, Vance monument, and Montford Residential Park. Such endeavors generated the city’s nods to his name such as Pack Square.