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12 results for North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine Vol. 9 Issue No. 6, Dec-Jan 2018
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39427
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The article tells the story of Lucy Elizabeth Douglas Gibbs (d. 2016) of Hyde County, who passed down the recipe and enjoyment of making 'Pull Candy.'
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39423
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This article features sisters, Dixie Stanley and Gen Stanley Harrell, daughters of Dr. John Stanley and his wife, Neva, of Woodland, NC. The sisters do beautiful tatting, crocheting and knitting.
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39424
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The article is about the old ways to make butter. Pat Sawyer of Hope Plantation demonstrates how to do it.
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39425
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The Story of Making Soap and Candles is written by Janice Cole Hopkins, an artist in Bertie County and author of 10 inspirational novels.
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39426
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This article by Abbey Sutton, a volunteer weaver, features the history, process and use of cotton, linen and wool at Hope Plantation
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39432
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This feature gives the story of how a nurse named Maggie Lebo, who while walking her dog at Kitty Hawk, came upon a man face down in the sand. She immediately started CPR and out of nowhere came two Dominion Energy lineman named Jeremy Aycock and Quentin Conner, based out of Williamston, NC. They used their new AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) and the three saved the tourists life.
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39430
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In 2017, two veterans, David Steckel and Robert Greene Sands, purchased a dilapidated house on Third Street in Washington, NC and named it Rose Haven. These men formed the Pamlico Rose Institute for Sustainable Communities, a nonprofit focused on building strong communities and preserving history. Rose Haven is an initiative of the Institute.
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39429
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The article talks about the life of a the Australian Brush Turkey. The Sylvan Heights Bird Park has three of these turkeys.
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39428
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The author, Debbie Spruill, of Tyrrell County gives us the story of Dora Roughton Voliva, who remembers Christmas in the 1930's in Columbia, Tyrrell County, NC
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39433
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The Ahoskie Christmas Tour of Homes began in the 1970's by the Ahoskie Woman's Club as a biennial event.
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39434
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Downtown Enfield Restoration & Preservation (DERP) is holding its Fifth Annual Christmas Homes Tour.