Wilmington Chapter

Welcome to the Our Stories/Wilmington North Carolina page. Wilmington is a historic port city in the southeastern part of North Carolina. Incorporated in 1739, it predates the Revolutionary War and boasts lots of history and attractions for city residents and tourists:

  • A National Register Historic District that spans numerous blocks of churches, classic architecture, moss-draped live oaks, brick-lined streets, and historic homes.
  • The first city in the nation to be designated a WWII Heritage City.
  • Restaurants that serve delicious food, everything from casual to fine dining.
  • Venues for live music and the performing arts like Thalian Hall, the Wilson Center, and the Live Oak Bank Riverfront Park Amphitheater.
  • Sightseeing cruises and water taxis on the Cape Fear.
  • The famous Battleship USS North Carolina, which saw action in the Pacific Theater during World War II, sits on the Cape Fear across from downtown.
  • The annual world-famous North Carolina Azalea Festival.

To learn more, visit www.wilmingtonandbeaches.com. Wilmington North Carolina is a great City for tourists…and a great place to live!

Meet Our Area Leaders & Facilitators

Allen Quigley

Facilitator & Area Leader

Terri Everett

Facilitator & Area Leader

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