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Stephanie Thornsbury

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Nomination Message: "I would just like to mention all of the wonderful work that Stephanie Thornsbury has done in Hamlet since taking over duties as the Museum Manager and Downtown Coordinator. Her hard work has brought new life to downtown Hamlet. The weekly farmer's market, children's activities, and holiday events are all picking up steam and pulling people from the community together. As a Hamlet resident, especially one that lives near the downtown area, it's exciting to have things to do so close by. Thank you Stephanie for all that you do!"

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