From the monthly archives: November 2018

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FALL BACK INTO HISTORY: Park View Hospital: A Look at the Nurses Who Made a Difference in the Community

The nurses of Park View Hospital shared more than a mission; they established a bond with each other as they honored their calling to care for the sick and wounded. Fast forward almost six decades, and you’ll find that while the nursing school and hospital are no longer in existence, the memory and legacy of these stellar caregivers lives on. Learn more about their history and the new nursing scholarship.

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Remembering the Days of the June Germans

The June German was the social event of the year, and it was a huge part of the social tapestry of Eastern North Carolina. The party started in the evening and was “officially” over at 5 a.m. the next morning. June Germans were extravagant and elegant. After these events, it wasn’t unusual for activities such as swimming and barbecues to round out the weekend. Learn what Hollywood celebrities were in attendance by reading more.

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