It may have been a cloudy day, but the streets of Asheville were lined with bright colors for the Asheville Mardi Gras parade on Sunday, March 2. Following the parade, folks in feathered costumes followed one another across downtown to pack into Pack's Tavern for the Queen's Ball.
An interview with departing costume shop head Bev Ohlder, who is leaving her post after 50 years passionate service. “Everybody did things they loved in those early years at Warren Wilson,” Ohler tells Micah Wilkins, web editor for Warren Wilson College's The Echo. “If you did something and you were trained to do something and you could do something well, you just did it. Nobody cared about what they were compensated for. It was just a joy to be a part of it.”
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