The Chowan herald. online resource (Edenton, Chowan County N.C.) 1934-current, August 16, 1979, Image 1
Community of Excellence Alburn Welcome Judges Today, those who meander along the Public Parade alter the N.C. Governor’s Community of Excellence Program. And we want to welcome the judges who will make the decision as to whether this community measures up to the standards established for the program. Naturally, we feel the com munity not only meets, but ex ceeds, the criteria in this self analysis, or inventory, of what is needed for economic growth. It is, however, beneficial to improve our competitive position in at tracting business, and industry which results in more jobs and increased investments. The program’s objectives are positive. They are: to help our community become better prepared for industrial and economic development; and to provide the state’s Economic Development Divisions and their allies a better inventory of com munities to bring to the attention of industrial firms seeking new plant locations. Designation as a Tar Heel Community of Excellence opens many doors. It also puts us in a select group of communities across the state whose names will Continued On Page 3 B Edenton’s Mayor Roy L. Harrell, Mrs. Peggy Anne Vaughan, C. A. Phillips, chairman, County commissioners. •„*'/ SB *'"*?.?■■■ W. T. Culpepper, HI, left, chairman, Chowan *4/ >*»■■ County Industrial Facilities & Pollution Control y -.ix^^^^p; ;C-- jSf Financing Authority and Cliff Copeland, Chowan Ralph Parrish, toning administrator. Recreation and Darlene Leary? I*"** 1 *"** T’m" * if)'• ; f*lii'trifrtV ~ : 't £ ) tV* " ' i .-.a • ,: : >. Hey, Look Us Over rn A 1 Allan Asbell, photographer for the slide-tape presentation, with Mrs. Peggy Anne Vaughan, project coordinator, and Mark Storie. ' XLV. - No. 32 Edenton, North Carolina, Thursday, August 16, 1979 Single Copies 15 Ceni^fl ' Rosa Davenport, site manager for Historic er > Edenton, Inc., with Norm Bullard and Robert W.