Storms Make History, Too!

Do you remember October 15, 2954? Or what about the storm that sparked the 500 year flood in 1999? 

Come and join WRAL-TV’s award winning Documentary Producer, Clay Johnson, as he shows his two 22 minute retrospectives of Hurricanes Hazel and Floyd. There will be a Question and Answer session after the viewings. AND if you have any photos, videos or memories you wish to share of your own hurricane stories – bring them, show them and talk about them! 

Date: THIS Saturday! June 7th, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Historic Bath Site Visitor’s Center (207 Carteret Street, Bath NC 27808)
Admission: Free of Charge
For More Information: Check out our webpage, facebook or twitter page or give us a call at (252)-923-3971


About Clay Johnson:

Along with being a current Documentary Producer for WRAL-TV and Capitol Broadcasting Company, Clay also is a contributing producer for UNC-TV, North Carolina’s Public Broadcasting Corporation. Clay also teaches a course in television journalism at Duke University He has operated his own production company, producing may programs including the ever-popular and acclaimed PBS documentary, “No Greater Calling”. Along with winning multiple Emmy Awards and multiple Associated Press rewards, Clay has also been honored with Columbia University’s Alfred I. duPont Award, broadcast journalism’s Poulitzer Prize, the regional Edward R. Murrow prize and the Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalist’s.

It is a true honor to have Clay come ad present his two retrospectives of Hurricanes Hazel and Floyd at Historic Bath Site!
We hope to see you here on Saturday, June 7th!


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