Working to create an atmosphere where residents thrive, Dana Rabon Smith has been the executive director of Waterbrooke Assisted Living for close to a decade.
Smith said residents of the assisted living facility participate in at least 130 hours of activities each month.
Whether they are…
Virginia Noblitt Matthews will never meet the children who receive her surgical hats, but she hopes the vibrant hats will bring smiles to their faces at a challenging time in their lives.
“It is a little thing I can do for them,” said Matthews. “Little things make a big…
Helping kids discover a love of reading, Taneshia Jernigan provides engaging children’s programs at the Pasquotank County Library.
As love blooms Carol Overton’s floral designs produce smiles on her busiest day of the year.
In November Kathy Parks will celebrate providing delicious delights at Kathy’s Kreations for a quarter of a century.
As the Arts of the Albemarle School of the Arts Director, Jo Ellen Aspinwall hopes to make the arts a part of people’s lives.
As director of operations at the SPCA of Northeastern North Carolina, Judy Anthony is passionate about helping animals.
Nancy Jennings was dedicated to helping her students excel at Sheep-Harney Elementary School for the last 36 years.
Yoga therapy teacher Laura Jones helps her students achieve health and well-being goals through her classes at Body Kinect Wellness Center on Main Street in Elizabeth City.
Every weekday morning as the sun rises on the Pasquotank River, Cathy Coppola begins baking bread at the Flour Girls Café and Bakery on Water Street in Elizabeth City.