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Frankly Speaking Show 114 Guests “Ray Allen” and “Susan Hartley”

December 10, 2007 [corrected]

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An old friend is back at mikeside on Monday’s Frankly Speaking. Ray Allen and Frank will talk about a myriad of subjects, and both will try to keep it interesting and fun.

Also on Monday, Susan Hartley from Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau will talk about that area’s Christmas activities. Speaking of Christmas activities, Kathryn Paulhamus and Sarah Weeks will talk about the goings-on at the Newbold-White House.
Discover EC
The City of Elizabeth City is centrally located in northeastern North Carolina, midway between New York and Florida and between Hampton Roads to the north and the Outer Banks to the east. The city is on the Pasquotank River and is an attractive stop for boaters on the Albemarle Sound and the Intracoastal Waterway.

The Elizabeth City Area offers a variety of visitor experiences from water sports and beaches, to biking, paddling, pedaling, and birds. There are great places to eat, wonderful museums, and attractions for the whole family. It is also a wonderful place to stay and relax while seeing the whole region during day trips. Within easy driving distance are North Carolina’s Outer Banks, Virginia Beach, historic Edenton, exciting Busch Gardens, and 18th-century Williamsburg.

Visitor Info Center

For more information, contact the Elizabeth City Area Convention & Visitors Bureau:
400 South Water Street, Ste 101
PO Box 573
Elizabeth City, NC 27907-0573

866-ECITY-4U (866-324-8948)
Phone: 252-335-5330
Fax: 252-335-1733

Learn about the foundations of the North Carolina Colony and what life was like for settlers in the Albemarle Region of Colonial North Carolina. The Newbold-White House Historic Sites tells the story Abraham and Judith Sanders, a Quaker Family, from 1730 to 1750.

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Today, this architectural gem stands as the oldest brick house in North Carolina- with much of the original structure intact. Volunteer at the historic 1730 Newbold-White House, a colonial Quaker home. Volunteer opportunities are available for tour guides and receptionists.

Personal training, materials and shirt are provided to volunteers. For more information about volunteer opportunities, contact the site manager at 252-426-3534

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