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Index of Selected Contents
of the March 2003 Issue of the
North Carolina Magazine



Cover Story

Prescription for Success
A revamped format and an appearance by GlaxoSmithKline
executive Bob Ingram highlight the most important meeting 
in our state this year -- NCCBI's 61st Annual Meeting.

Regional Business Reports
Kinston Turns Blight Into Beautiful
Kinston makes the best of a bad situation, turning
a flooded private residence next to its nature park into a science
museum that this far has attracted more than 50,000 visitors.

Executive Profile

First Lady
Helen Powers, who broke glass ceilings in Asheville, Raleigh and cities 
in between, chalks up her many successes to teamwork, timeliness and tenacity.

Annual Golf Directory

Trees & Traps
Heavily wooded Heritage Club, accented with more than
100 pot bunkers, brings a little of Pinehurst to the Triangle
in winning honors as the state's Best New Course of the Year.

Tar Heel Travels

World Golf Village

Pinehurst's loss is northeast Florida's gain, as the World Golf Hall of Fame finds
its place in the World Golf Village near the PGA Tour's Jacksonville-area headquarters.

Departments
Editor's Desk
State Government
Executive Voices
NCCBI News
Publisher's Column

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