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This Weeks Program

Description for August 29, 2015

Storytelling: Amy gives you another episode of her early married life with “Welcome to the World, Veronica” (Music:  Background Music:Cats in the Cradle” Acoustic Guitar music)

Creative Corner:  Doreyl interviews Tiffany Henry, Director of Small Business at Southwestern Community College. They discuss what is available for small business, non profits, artists and farmers at the community college level. (Music: “Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down” by Jim Greer)

Stories of Mountain Folk: Amy spends time once more with cousin Ellen Moss Bryson, who talks about her life growing up on Pine Creek in Glenville.  (Music: “Cullowhee” by Henry Queen)

Let Us March On: Mary Sue Casey’s guest is once more Bishop Adam West from Macon County who continues with a review of his life—Part 2. (Music: “Shadrack”  by Golden Gate Quartet )

Down Another Road: Judy has Jim Holbrook from Arden in Buncombe County as her guest, who talks about civil war ancestor and history of the Holbrook family.  (Music: “When Johnny Comes Marching Home” by The Cockman Family )

Closing Song: “River Tuckasegee” Betty Brown

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