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Better Carolina Award
The Mountaire Better Carolina Award is a monthly award designed to highlight individuals, businesses, organizations or classrooms who are going above and beyond to assist others in their community or to improve/protect the environment. Each month a winner is chosen by a Mountaire selection committee from submitted nominations.
Each winner receives a crystal engraved trophy and will be highlighted in print and online with the Fayetteville Observer Newspaper.
Our goal is not only to recognize those who are already making a difference in the state of North Carolina, but to encourage others to take on a greater role in bettering their local communities or improving the local environment. Anyone who is volunteering at community events, performing wonders in a local hospital, teaching in a classroom, helping the homeless, or something as simple as cleaning up the trash along our roadways, can be a candidate for this award.
If you would like to nominate someone for the Mountaire Better Carolina Award please click here to bring up the nomination form. We will also encourage you to send photos of the nominee in action. These photos will be used online and in the commercial vignettes. All photos can be sent to Roger Marino at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Month's Winner is:
Bladenboro Historical Society
Preserving the past and documenting the history of Bladenboro, North Carolina. For their efforts our January 2014 Better Carolina Award goes to the Bladenboro Historical Society. Members of the society work to preserve the area’s history and educate residents and students. Some of their projects include a book, The First Hundred Years – A Pictorial History. This book contains pictures and stories of Bladenboro and the surrounding area. All profits from the book go directly to the Bladenboro Historical Society for the upkeep of the museum and building.