Spring Frolic

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March 30, 2019. Raleigh, North Carolina.

The North Carolina Museum of History Associates held thier 22nd Annual Spring Frolic at the Carolina Country Club in Raleigh. This year the Associates honored Lyl & Aaron Clinard and Mary Powell & Dunlop White.

Spring Frolic Co-Chairs were Amy Brooks & Buck Copeland, Sally & Charles Corpening, Joan & Ran Johnston and Billy Wilson.

Spring Frolic Dance Only Co-Chairs are Ivy & Roger Black, Nancy & Darren Brewer and Clai & Jimmy Keel.

Honoring Jamie

Our clients know her as “the Enhancer.”  The person on the Aesthetic Images team that made all things pretty.  Jamie Dinkins worked with our clients to design their books and albums, create their Christmas cards, retouch and enhance their photographic prints and envision stunning wall displays.  They also knew her to be prompt and friendly and just a pleasure to work with on their projects.

We are celebrating her and the last decade on our team.  Join us on Thursday,  January 31, to toast her.

Jamie Dinkins joined the Aesthetic Images Photography team as a one-day-a-week intern in 2009, while she finished her degree at Guilford Tech. She became full time after graduation and has been an important part of our team ever since.

After spending the last decade with our family, she is joining the growing Dinkins’ family business, SDI Surfaces.

Although we will miss her, we wish her all the best as she begins a new journey in her professional life.

The Sunday Supper

Come Together for the Coast

 Sunday Supper Photo Gallery 

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“The Sunday Supper” is sponsored by The Supper Table, Inc., a North Carolina nonprofit corporation. (Application for tax exemption under I.R.C. 501(c)(3) has been filed with the Internal Revenue Service.) EIN#82-3054299

The Sunday Supper is dedicated to bringing people together through the supper table, born out of a national award-winning event (PRSA Non-profit Event of the Year 2016) in

November 2016, where 1,000 people were fed from a two-city-block-long table on Fayetteville Street in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Sunday Supper aims to spread the community supper table concept to cities and towns throughout America with the hope of restoring unity.

Learn More Here about The Sunday Supper.