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American Civil Liberties Union of Western North Carolina
Regional chapter of the ACLU. Features local action, meetings, college chapters. Based in Asheville.
Blue Ridge National Heritage Area
Designated by Congress in 2003, the project celebrates the cultural history of the state's mountain area. Features regional crafts, music and agriculture plus national treasures.
Childers-Shepherd Family Histories
This site presents the history of the Childers and Shepherd families and their connections in western North Carolina. Includes introduction, surnames, related historical sites.
Community Foundation of Western North Carolina
Creating a pool of charitable capital available for the eighteen western counties of the state. Information for advisors, donors, grants, and scholarships.
Daniel Boone Council, Boy Scouts of America
Information on programs and activities for Scout council which covers most of Western North Carolina.
The Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina
Information on Diocese, programs and ministries, and member churches.
Lost Pets of Western North Carolina
Free service where users may post and view lost, found, and sighted pets in the region. Also offers contact information for area shelters and veterinarians.
Mountain Area Red Cross
Provides volunteer disaster services, blood collection and emergency assistance to western North Carolina.
North Carolina Bartram Trail Society
Official site of the society that maintains a 100-mile memorial trail walked by botanist William Bartram in 1775.
Western North Carolina Vote Tracker
Compiles a record of regional legislators' votes. Includes details on state bills, budget and tax plan plus a list of state senators and state representatives from the mountain counties.
YMCA of Western North Carolina
Builds strong kids, strong families, strong communities.
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