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31433
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Many National Park Service campgrounds and picnic areas in North Carolina continue to remain available for free public use. Additionally, three North Carolina National Forests charge only moderate fees to individuals at designated recreation areas, while there is no admission charge to any National or state park with the exception of Fort Raleigh National Historic Site at Manteo.
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31432
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The North Carolina Citizens Association is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary of service to the state. Throughout its career, the NCCA has garnered respect and trust among business leaders, professional leaders and statesmen. The organization took shape during the Great Depression, providing counsel for business, education, professions, agriculture, and government. Now the NCCA keeps growing, promoting a prosperous state economy and progressive state.
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31434
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Ferry service on the Cape Fear River, connecting Southport and Fort Fisher, was inaugurated in February by the North Carolina State Highway Commission. The ferry substitutes for the 51 mile drive between Fort Fisher on the southeastern coast and Southport. The ferry can also be used in combination with the state and federal highways for a loop trip touching points of interest.