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Established in 1925, the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown teaches classes, including weaving, photography, pottery, and wood carving, that allow individuals to learn a new skill or refine an existing one.
The state ranks fifth in the nation for older individuals seeking a retirement location. Around 20,000 retirees move to the state every year. This creates a demand for services and products, including real estate and banking, that benefit local economies.