Haywood Community College’s Professional Crafts Program received the 2005 Mountain Heritage Award during festivities at Western’s 31st annual Mountain Heritage Day on Saturday, Sept. 24. HCC representatives (right to left) Gary Clontz, chair of the department of professional crafts; Catherine Ellis, fiber arts instructor; and Bill Rhodarmer, assistant vice president for academic services; accept the award from Clifton Metcalf, Western’s vice chancellor for advancement and external affairs.
About The Digital Heritage Project
DigitalHeritage.org includes essays, video interviews, and other materials created by the students of Western Carolina University. It also includes regional lesson plans created by teachers participating in the Adventure of the American Mind project sponsored by the Library of Congress. Radio spots created by WCU faculty and students may be heard on stations WKSF-FM, WMXF-AM, WPEK-AM, WWCU-FM, and WWNC-AM. A print version is available each month in the Laurel of Asheville.