The governor of North Carolina, largely because of various organizations, businesses, and lobbying groups, spends a great deal of time proclaiming special observances, days, weeks, and months. So numerous have these proclamations become that the governor has to hold two proclamation days a month to take care of the signings and attendant ceremonies. In 1969, Gov. Robert Scott signed 143 proclamations. Carolina Country visited the governor and describes what a proclamation day is like.