Category: Lifestyles

A Life of Service, Love & Dignity

Former NC Governor reflects on the legacy of Marion native, Judge Richard Erwin. By Joe Elliott I interviewed former NC Governor James B. Hunt about Read more »

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Making Communities Stronger and Better

By Johnnie Grant Dan Leroy was born in Falls Church, VA to William and Nancy Leroy. His father’s family were non-practicing Jews with Eastern European Read more »

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Through Education, Yes YOU Can!

By Johnnie Grant At first sight, Eric Howard (“Big E”) could be intimidating. But up close and personal he is engaging and entrenched with a Read more »

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Empowering People Through Mentoring

By Johnnie Grant Asheville native Darryl Rhymes is the son of Harriett and Clifton W. Rhymes. After graduating from Asheville High School and Asheville-Buncombe Technical Read more »

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New Links Inducted

The Asheville (NC) Chapter of the Links Incorporated inducted nine new members on Wednesday, May 14 in a ceremony held at the Renaissance Hotel, followed Read more »

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WNCAP News: June, 2014

WNCAP News: June, 2014 (PDF)

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A Legacy of Peace

by Meta Commerse Dr. Vincent Harding died last week, at age 82. When I heard this news, I touched my body to be sure that Read more »

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Seniors, Straight and Gay Alike, Face Elder Care Issues

By Moe White On June 2, the Land of Sky Regional Council sponsored a forum on “Proactive Aging: Understanding Your Health and Long-term Care Choices” Read more »

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Why Celebrate Juneteenth?

In the fall of 1862, President Abraham Lincoln wrote the first draft of what would become the Emancipation Proclamation. After intensive disagreement among his cabinet Read more »

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Don’t forget: June 14 is Flag Day

Celebrate our flag—and honor the Republic for which it stands—by displaying your flag on June 14. It can be displayed indoors at any time, and Read more »

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