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APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY: ARTtalk with Elizabeth Alexander to be held April 17

As part of the ARTtalks series at the Turchin Center, Elizabeth Alexander and Todd Bowser will discuss their exhibition, “The Great Enemy of Truth,” a site-specific installation currently showing in the Main Gallery at the Turchin Center.

ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Before Hours Networking Breakfast to be held April 16

Green Opportunities will co-host a Before Hours Networking Breakfast (8am-9am at GO) for area business owners to come network and learn about GO's mission.

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY: Bernice King Book Signing & Gathering to be held April 11

Dr. Bernice A. King is a global thought leader, orator, peace advocate, and Chief Executive Officer of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center

ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Third-generation business Carolina CAT shares its legacy

Caroline Marston shares the legacy of Carolina CAT, a construction equipment, power generation, and on-highway trucks company that was founded in 1926 and is a third-generation family owned business.

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY: WBI Title Caps Emotional Ride for App State Players & Coaches

The tears and other emotional byproducts briefly concealed the fulfilled smile on Angel Elderkin's face.

ASHEVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: WomanUP presents Conquerors: Stories of Reaching for Success to be held March 28

What better way to be inspired than to hear personal stories of other women in business who've "been there" or dug deep inside themselves to find the strength, courage and perseverance needed to keep climbing, keep reaching, keep moving forward?

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY: Good news for the Smokies — Appalachian researcher cites air quality improvements

New research led by Appalachian State University professor Dr. Howard Neufeld, as reported in the journal Atmospheric Environment: X

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY: Open Access Week @ App State to be held March 18–22, 2019

Did you know that journal subscriptions cost universities and libraries millions of dollars?

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY: Common Reading Program announces ‘Just Mercy’ as its 2019–20 selection

The Common Reading Program at Appalachian State University announces its 2019–20 book selection — “Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption” by Bryan Stevenson.

TSI HEALTHCARE: Hiring-Add-On Modules Support Analyst

The selected applicant will be responsible for responding to customer questions regarding several Add-on modules that work in conjunction with NextGen EHR such as NextGen Patient Portal, automated patient reminders, and more!

TOURTECH: Hiring-Crew Chief (Contractor)

This position requires excellent work ethic, flexibility and willingness to work long hours, ability and desire to travel, and a strong interest in event production.

DICKINSON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Business After Hours | Dan Porter Motors to be held Mar. 12

Please join us at Dan Porter Motors for food, drinks, door prizes, music, a photo booth and an opportunity for networking.

CALDWELL COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Caldwell Soil & Water District Board of Supervisors Meeting to be held February 5

The Caldwell Soil & Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors meet on the first Tuesday of every month unless otherwise advertised at the Lenoir Library.

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