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Storytelling: Our story today is called “Falling in Love with the Mountains,” and reflects the true meaning of “Catch the Spirit of Appalachia” to Amy, it’s co-founder. (Background music: “The Offering” )
Creative Corner: (100th anniversary of Jackson County Extension) Amy talks with Ann Hall and Marilyn Hipps, two retired employees who worked in the office of the NC Cooperative Extension. They tell about some of the fun of working with the extension people. (Music: “Smoky Mtn Memories” by Betty Brown)
Stories of Mountain Folk:(100th anniversary of Jackson County Extension) The interview with Ann Hall and Marilyn Hipps continues, as the two tell about setting up the can goods and bake goods for prize judging at Mountain Heritage Day. (Music: “Smoky Mtn Days” by Keith Shuler)
Stories of the Cherokee: Shawn continues his interview with Nadia Dean, a past journalist from Washington, DC, who has done some extensive research on the Cherokee history.(Flute music by Bo Taylor)
Down Another Road: Once again, Judy talks with her mother, Arbie Cook Rhodes, about an incident that happened in her life at 12 years old. (Music: “Back Then” by the Smoky Mtn Boys)
Closing Song:“Smoky Mtn Emerald Bridge” by Ron Smith
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