“It’s about my culture, the African-American experience in the US.
It’s important to remain grateful and enjoy your achievements and opportunities that come. You must be well prepared and knowledgeable of your trade. Don’t take short cuts. There are no guarantees, so be adaptable.
In the 1930’s, Dr. W. Houston Moore, a local physician and civic leader was circling the lake in his car when he got the idea for an Azalea Festival. Dr. Moore’s dream became a reality in 1947.