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Finding a volunteer role in local government is as easy as a click. The Town of Fletcher (www.townoffletcher.org) volunteer board opportunities are found by clicking on ‘Town Government on the left menu, then click on “Town Committees.’ to get information about each committee or board and a link to a volunteer application. Click on ‘Board Openings’ in the list to learn which Board and Committees have vacancies. Download the pdf application and deliver to town office. Find the Village of Flat Rock (www.villageofflatrock.org) volunteer application at its website by clicking on ‘Forms’, at the top of the page. Download the pdf application and deliver to village office. Laurel Park (www.laurelpark.org) has a list of boards and committees on their website. To apply for a position, visit the town office and request the application.


The League of Women Voters will celebrate its 89th birthday on February 14. The League is a non-partisan organization, for women and men, who have been working since our founding to improve our system of government and have an impact on public policies through citizen education and advocacy. League is an original grassroots citizen network, directed by consensus of its members nationwide. The League encourages active and informed participation in government. The organization remains true to its basics purpose: to make democracy work for all citizens. The League of Women Voters makes a difference in the lives of citizens because of the energy and passion of our members. Please check out


Explore the North Carolina government website for a vast array of information — www.northcarolina.gov. This site is the gateway to all the other state departments. There are links to job opportunities, tax information and other online services. In addition, there are links to visitor information, biographical information about state leaders and a link to ‘calendar.’ This nformative link notifies citizens of the various state government meetings. There is also an employee directory contact link on the left menu and a contact link for individual inquiries. Two links of interest on the home page: Shop NC Stores provides opportunities for shopping at state museums and for geological and historic information, maps and books. The other link is ‘NC Foreclosure Help’ providing information to citizens seeking help and information for citizens in this situation.


Exploring www.northcarolina.gov a citizen will find links to valuable information. It is easy to link to the site for the General Assembly. www.ncleg.net. This is another site that provides citizens with information on state government activity. There are calendars outlining committee meetings and the time for sessions convening. There on photos of the Chambers. When either the House or Senate are in session it is possible to click the ‘Chamber Audio’ icon and listen to the debate. This site includes information on the current House and Senate members, committee reports, archival links, law passed in 2008, and search of all NC Laws. This site will also allow research into pending legislation as the assembly convenes and begins its work.



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