Nonprofit Spotlight: Veterans Healing Farm

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Get Involved with Veterans Healing Farm

After serving our nation with honor, it’s reasonable for veterans to want to return home and start a new life of civilian service. Unfortunately, many veterans who leave the tightly-focused community of the military struggle with feelings of isolation after rejoining civilian life. The lack of tools, support networks, and resources available leads to alarmingly… Read more »

8 Places in WNC that Prove that Art Should be Accessible to All

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There has always been a rich atmosphere of creation throughout Western North Carolina. The Appalachian mountains have a storied history of handmade crafts, ranging from weaving to woodworking, pottery to jewelry. Fine artists have been attracted to the area for more than a century, as well. Innovative artists like Robert Rauschenberg, Josef and Anni Albers,… Read more »

Join Beverly-Hanks for Our Annual Silent Auction & Chili Cook-off

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Join Beverly-Hanks for Our Annual Silent Auction & Chili Cook-off

For more than 40 years, Beverly-Hanks & Associates has invested in community. Our commitment to service across Western North Carolina is inspired by our long-lasting relationships with our customers, clients, and the community at large. But more importantly, our agents and staff are members of these unique communities, and we’re always excited to support them… Read more »

Henderson County has the Perfect Climate for Apples—and You!

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Henderson County has the Perfect Climate for Apples—and You!

  Henderson County is located in North Carolina’s mountain region, but it’s characterized by an extensive plateau along the French Broad and Mills River valleys. The terrain and climate have historically been a haven for apples, the traditional agricultural crop in Henderson County. The tradition of honoring the local apple industry persists through the county’s… Read more »