Snowden appointed to state historical commission
A well-known Currituck County resident is now a member of a state-appointed commission charged with preserving local and state history throughout North Carolina. Barbara Snowden has been selected by Gov. Roy Cooper to serve on the North Carolina Historical Commission. She was sworn-in to this post on July 26, 2017 by Judge Edgar Barnes at the Currituck Judicial Center.
Mrs. Snowden served as a history teacher at Currituck County High School and is president of the Currituck Historical Society. Over the years, she has been involved in many events and activities in the county to highlight Currituck County history, including a large Civil War anniversary event at the Historic Courthouse and several Independence Day ceremonies.
Mrs. Snowden is pictured with her husband, Wilson Snowden, and Judge Barnes at the swearing-in ceremony.