WRAL-TV News Photographer Richard Adkins (left) sets up panelist Felton Capel (right) with a microphone.
WRAL-TV recently visited Moore County for the latest installment of the WRAListens series. The Triangle station has made it a mission to visit counties in our viewing area, to hear the issues that citizens feel most affect their communities. WRAListens Moore County will air on WRAL-TV on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 7pm.
The taping took place at the Sandhills Community College in Pinehurst. The panel included:
WRAListens Moore County panelists include: (back row, l to r) Caroline Eddy, Chuck Frock, Rose Highland-Sharpe, Felton Capel (front row, l to r) Kelly Miller, Rev. Marvin Lee, Dr. Susan Purser, Dr. John Dempsey (not pictured here: David Woronoff)
Felton Capel, business and civic leader
- Dr. John Dempsey, President of Sandhills Community College;
- Caroline Eddy, Executive Director of Sandhills/Moore Coalition for Human Care
- Charles Frock, CEO of FirstHealth of the Carolinas
- Rev. Rose Highland-Sharpe, pastor, educator, columnist & radio host
- Rev. Marvin Lee of Trinity A.M.E Church
- Kelly Miller, President of Pine Needles and Mid Pines golf clubs
- Dr. Susan Purser, Superintendent of Moore County Schools
- David Woronoff, Publisher of The Pilot
Panelists covered issues from the U.S. Open to growth and development. Intern Katherine Evans wrote a story for the The Pilot about the panel discussion.
From The Pilot
Thanks to The Pilot for permission to reprint this story.
Evans has her own round about connection to Capitol Broadcasting. Her father, Johnny Evans, calls “color” for the Wolfpack football radio network; Wolfpack Sports Marketing is a division of CBC. The elder Evans is a former standout quarterback for N.C. State and has been calling exciting games this season as his son, Daniel, has stepped into the first-string QB position during this season. Katherine & Daniel are two in a set of quadruplets.
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Thanks to WRAL-TV’s Loretta Harper-Arnold for these capcom photos.