Wednesday, January 23, 2013


Hayesville, North Carolina is 100 years old and still making history.  We'll hold events during 2013 to celebrate our town's centennial.

Mayor Harrell Moore, the Town Council, and Clay County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution requesting the North Carolina General Assembly designate 2013 as the Town of Hayesville Centennial Celebration.

Hayesville was named for Representative George Washington Hayes who introduced a bill to form Clay County, NC in 1861.  The town was incorported March, 1913.

The kick-off celebration of Hayesville's centennial will be held Monday, March 11, 2013; 11:00 a.m. at the Town Hall.  The event includes guest speakers, historical displays, and refreshments.

Please join us as one of "America's Prettiest Towns" enters its first century.  We'll be celebrating all year.

The Hayesville Town Hall will host the kick-off celebration of the centennial.

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