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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Holiday 1998
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Rowan LeCompte, who lives in Wilmington, creates stained glass art. One of his best-known works in the twenty-six-feet West Rose window in the Washington National Cathedral. He also created forty-five other windows there. He is a self-taught artist who has never been without work in his sixty-year career.
Founded in 1994 by Feather Phillips with a grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Pocosin Arts is a combination of studios, workshops, and gift shop that seeks to showcase the creativity of Tyrrell County's artists and craftspersons.
Bayard Wootten, who was born in New Bern in 1875, is one of the state's most noted photographers. Her career spanned fifty years, and her photographs of the Great Depression are among her best-known works.
Many coastal towns, including New Bern, Swansboro, Morehead City, and Beaufort, welcome in the Christmas season with a flotilla, boats lit with brightly colored lights.
The goal of the new federal Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point Program is seafood safety - to prevent such occurrences as salmonella poisoning and other hazards. It requires that before seafood can be sold, strict safety guidelines must be met by processors and seafood dealers.