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Tuesday, May 3,2011

  • Aired: 05/03/2011
  • 27:10
  • Rating: NR
Clay Johnson goes to New Bern to meet Ben Watford, a former science teacher, college professor, folk artist and author. Mr. Watford creates "face jugs," replicas of what slaves often used as grave markers since they were not allowed to have tombstones. (Craven Co.)
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Tuesday, May 3,2011
Ms. Erin Campbell will speak about how people can prepare financially before a disaster
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