ASHEVILLE, N.C. (ABP) -- The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina has called Ka’thy Gore Chappell as leadership development coordinator. Chappell was introduced March 25 during the evening worship service of the state CBF general assembly at First Baptist Church of Asheville.
Plans to move forward with development of land once owned by Windermere Baptist Conference Center won’t be dampened despite bankruptcy court proceedings. Windermere Development Co., owned by William R. Jester of Springfield, filed a bankruptcy petition on Jan. 14 to halt a foreclosure sale in
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent CAMDENTON — For a third time, Camden County Planning and Zoning commissioners delayed action on a zoning change that would allow land formerly owned by Windermere Baptist Conference Center to be developed. Although county planning director Chris Hall had sought
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent CAMDENTON — Pinnacle Pointe Development will have to wait another month before moving ahead with planned residential communities on former Windermere Baptist Conference Center property. Camden County Planning and Zoning commissioners delayed action on a request to change
Roach — Windermere Baptist Conference Center will sell some property as part of its long-range strategic plan, board chairman Arthur Mallory clarified by phone on Dec. 2.The center's master plan, developed at least five years ago, calls for selective development by private companies to construct
By Bill Webb Editor, Word&Way On Aug. 17, the Word&Way Board of Trustees voted with regret to eliminate the newspaper's development officer position and release Kevin Quinn, who had served in that role since May 2003. The board also approved a severance as Kevin