On the 100th anniversary year of when the United States declared war on Germany during World War I, three local ladies personally remember that war and shared their memories.
About Peggy Van Scoyoc
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Entries by Peggy Van Scoyoc
Most of all, Dr. James Templeton was a pillar of Cary society. He ministered to the sick and tended to the growth and well-being of the community in equal measure.
My dad had such a passion for education. I don’t know that he had all the advantages when he was growing up, so he wanted every boy and girl in Cary to have better opportunities and a better school system.
Walter Hines Page: Publisher, activist, writer and ambassador. Son of the town’s founder, he is arguably Cary’s most famous citizen.
Cary, NC – The half-century after World War Two saw a gathering steamroller of growth in Cary – residential, commercial and recreational.