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This event benefits Preservation North Carolina and the Bellamy Mansion Museum.  Oakland Plantation was built around 1780 by General Thomas Brown, and this event offers a rare opportunity to tour this historic Cape Fear River house and its beautiful grounds. The Neisler family purchased the property in 1941, restoring and modernizing the house to host deer hunters.

 

 

Noel is a former Board member for the North Carolina Coastal Land Trust.

 

 

This WilmingtonBiz After Hours event brought together the Cape Fear business community with people who are visiting our region for the Wells Fargo Championship. Attendees enjoyed music, food from local food trucks and a cash bar at the new Pier 33 concert venue on the river in downtown Wilmington to kick off this historic weekend.

 

 

BarCares is a North Carolina Bar Association program which provides referral for counseling services to lawyers. BarCares has a network of counselors and therapists across the state who specialize in treating a wide variety of mental health conditions that could interfere with lawyer performance and/or quality of life

The featured speaker was Tracie McMillion, head of global asset allocation strategy for Wells Fargo Investment Institute, a subsidiary of Wells Fargo & Company that is focused on delivering the highest quality investment expertise and advice to help investors manage risk and succeed financially.  Professional golfers Matt Jones and Luke List also spoke at the breakfast at Eagle Point Country Club.

This year marked the 16th Annual Golden Hammer Breakfast fundraiser. Individuals and businesses met at the Wilmington Convention Center to support Habitat’s mission of making home ownership a reality for families in the Cape Fear region. This year’s speaker was Kendall Alley from Wells Fargo. Kendall is the regional president for Charlotte and the executive host for the Wells Fargo Championship PGA Tour.

This year’s conference brought together Elder and Special Needs Law Attorneys from across the country to hear presentations covering Advocating for a client’s right to remain in the community, consumer rights and debt collection for an aging population, advanced Medicaid planning, and divorce and practical planning for special needs children. The conference also provided a congressional outlook on health reform and the future of elder law and special needs planning. While in Boston Mr. Craige and Mrs. Roden also had the opportunity to attend a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park

The Spring Social enhances the union and fellowship among the practicing attorneys of New Hanover County by providing an opportunity to socialize outside of the office or courtroom.  The NCBA hosted this year’s Spring Social at New Anthem Brewery in downtown Wilmington.

Kids Making It is a nonprofit youth program that teaches woodworking, life and entrepreneurial skills to at-risk youth from age 8 into young adulthood.  KMI endeavors to help young people to stay out of trouble, stay in school, graduate and go on to the workforce or college, thereby maturing into successful adults.  The fundraising breakfast provided an opportunity to hear from the young participants first-hand, and to receive an update on the planned expansion of the KMI building on Castle Street

Jennifer spoke with groups of students about how she chose her career and the things she enjoys most about her work.

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