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Thanks go out to Karen Henderson, program support assistant with Transylvania County Planning and Community Development. She wrote in and accurately identified the people in one of... — Updated 2/20/2019

 

Rosenwald News

Congratulations are in order for Mike Hawkins, the owner of Team Hawkins Detailing, LLC, located at White Squirrel Car Wash in Brevard. Mike recently took a trip down the mountain... — Updated 2/13/2019

 

Rosenwald News

In June of 2015, I headed down the mountain to Greensboro to represent our area at the National Rosenwald School Conference. The learning, sharing and fellowship were incredible. A... — Updated 2/6/2019

 

Rosenwald News

How has 2019 been treating you so far? Children are back to school. The weather is taking us for a scenic ride and there is so much going on around the country. The government... — Updated 1/17/2019

 

Rosenwald News

Tomorrow, our Faces Of Freedom exhibit will open. This marks the fifth annual show, and I am so grateful to Tammy Hopkins and the Transylvania Community Arts Council for generously... — Updated 1/9/2019

 
 By Nicola Karesh    Features

Faces of Freedom

The Freedom Collection includes a variety of voices with the unifying theme of Freedom at the core. Artists come in various shapes, sizes, ages and fall somewhere along the... — Updated 6/3/2015

 

Creek Events Prove Popular And Inspirational – Brevard NC

By Nicola Karesh I echo Cecelia Howell's feeling that if you missed the May 3 "Down By The Creek" event, you missed something special. Magic was felt on every square inch of that... — Updated 5/20/2014

 

Cemeteries To Be Discussed At Creekside Chats – Brevard NC

The public is invited May 3 for a series of afternoon "Creekside Chats" which will include discussion about Bailey's and Shady Grove cemeteries. Information, stories and history... — Updated 4/30/2014

 

The Creative Topiary Genius Of Pearl Fryar – Brevard NC

Pearl Fryar was the son of sharecroppers. Poor, black, born on a tobacco and cotton farm in Clinton, N.C., he now makes Bishopville, S.C. his home. A visionary, philosopher and... — Updated 11/4/2013

 

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