From Savannah, we made a quick trip to Winston-Salem, NC where my own AAFCS Affiliate was celebrating 100 Years at a beautiful old inn that once was a cotton factory and warehouse in 1837, the Brookstown Inn. The building has lovingly been restored with each room being a nice suite that felt like home. We even had cookies and milk served before heading to bed. This meeting brought together many past NCAFCS Past Presidents. We continued many Rich Conversations that were begun last year in Greensboro as we shared why we had entered the profession and how we had enjoyed out practice in the field. Myrtle Stogner (l) and Betty Penny were just two of our Past Presidents who joined us. Our eleven (11) students who joined us will continue the legacy that Ellen Richards left for us 100 years ago.