Dillsboro on Display was held on the lawn of A.K. Hinds University Center at Western Carolina University on Monday, April 12, to showcase the town’s food, art, merchandise, music and culture. The event was developed as part of the Dillsboro-WCU partnership to support community revitalization and was organized with assistance from students in a public relations class taught by Debie Connelly.
Dillsboro Smokehouse owner B.B. Hart serves ribs, barbecue, beans, hushpuppies and cole slaw as part of Dillsboro on Display.
Western Carolina University students visit Dillsboro on Display, an event held Monday, April 12, on the WCU campus to showcase the town’s food, art, merchandise, music and culture.
Walter Cook of Smoky Mountain Dog Bakery talks with Western Carolina University Chancellor John W. Bardo at Dillsboro on Display about the many treats that Bardo could get for Bob, the chancellor’s dog.
From left, Western Carolina University students Ace Moore, Daniel Dorsey and Lauren Gray meet Chancellor John W. Bardo at Dillsboro on Display, an event the students helped plan as part of a class in public relations campaigns taught by Debie Connelly.