Every weekday morning as the sun rises on the Pasquotank River, Cathy Coppola begins baking bread at the Flour Girls Café and Bakery on Water Street in Elizabeth City.
“The bread yeast has a really nice fragrance,” said Coppola. “It smells delicious.”
Ann Goodwin creates toys, totes and gifts for all ages that are sure to bring smiles on Christmas morning.
Jennifer Strathearn designs decor for your door for every season.
Faye Knowles is working to fight hunger and provide food to people who are in need.
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, and Sandra Stanley is promoting the prevention of type 2 diabetes through lifestyle change.
With a large variety of gifts and decor, Holley Metzger hopes to give back to the community while offering a fun experience for attendees at the Elizabeth City Junior Woman’s Club Mistletoe Show.
Utilizing dominoes and Scrabble tiles, Sherri McDaniel creates unique jewelry.
For more than three decades, Greg Barco has shared his craft of making stools and caning at the Albemarle Craftsman’s Fair.
Barco and his wife, Elaine, will demonstrate their work at their booth at the 59th Albemarle Craftsman’s Fair this weekend at Knobbs Creek Recreation Center.
As an organizer for Bark for Life, Barbara Ferrell Roberts wants to honor pets who play a vital role in the lives of their owners while raising funds for the American Cancer Society.
With compassion and a love for her profession, Licensed Practical Nurse Kelly Berry provides care for her patients.