The Stokes County Arts Council would like to say “a special thank you” to Nancy Markle and Tory Mabe, Stokes Stomp Co-Chairs; Dallas Carroll and Carol Carroll, Stage Management and Hospitality; Ken Bridle, Master of Ceremonies; Mayor Janet Whitt and Danbury Town Council, and to the many SCAC board members and community volunteers for their assistance with the 42nd annual Stokes Stomp Festival, held on September 10th and September 11th, at Moratock Park, 1077 Sheppard Mill Road, Danbury, North Carolina.
Major sponsors for the event included Reynolds American, Duke Energy, Pepsi Bottling Ventures, Danbury General Store, NewBridge Bank, Fidelity Charitable – Lenora J. Brown, River Street Networks, YVEDDI Transportation, Arts North Carolina, and the North Carolina Arts Council, as well as community and business sponsors: Artist’s Way Creations, Burroughs Funeral Home, Dan River Company, Industrial Fire and Safety, Rainbow Print and Copy, River Rock Café, Sam’s Pizza, Etc., Stokes County Economic Development, Stokes Pharmacy, Tar Heel Paddlers Association, Dan River Company, and the Town of Danbury.
A special thank you to assisting county departments and agencies: Danbury Volunteer Fire Department, Stokes County District Resource Center, Stokes County Sheriff’s Department, Stokes County Emergency Services, Stokes County Fire Marshal’s Office, and Sandy Ridge Cub Scouts Troop #465. Your service is inspiring and deeply appreciated.
The Stokes County Arts Council would also like to say thank you to our entertainers both on the Main Stage and on the Next Generation Stage, our vendors and our patrons for coming out and enjoying the Stokes Stomp Festival, two-day celebration. The Stokes Stomp would not be possible without each of you!
Eddy McGee, Stokes County Executive Director