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Tim Stevens, a Garner native, was a newspaper sports reporter for The News & Observer Publishing Co., for 48 years. He was once named among the Top 10 sports beat reporters in the country.
He was inducted into the N.C. Sports Hall of Fame in 2021. He also is in the National High School Athletics Hall of Fame and the N.C. High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame.
Stevens created the award-winning “Broadway Voices” concert series in Garner and won a national People’s Choice Telly Award for “A Different Kind of Christmas,” a musical special that he produced. Two fundraisers that he produced raised almost $100,000 for hurricane relief.
He has written five plays about his hometown and each has won N.C. Society of Historian honors for multimedia. Garner recognized him for his contributions to the community by awarding him the James R. Stevens Service to Garner Award, an award named for his father.
Tim has been the principle responsible for bringing The Wall That Heals, a 3/4 scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial that travels with a mobile education center, to Garner’s Lake Benson Park in 2022. For more information on this exhibit, hosted by Show N Tell Ministries and the Town of Garner, visit thewallthathealsgarnernc.org.
Chuck Fishbein is an experienced, award-winning Director of Photography, Cinematographer, Photographer, Editor, and Educator with more than 40 years of commercial experience.
He is a specialist in the field of entertainment, promotion, product marketing, and urban landscape imagery.
Chuck and his wife and Senior Producer Sarah own and operate Crazy Duck Productions, Inc., a small, independent video production company.
Chuck is a member of the prestigious Sony ICE team and is best known for his unique imagery of New York City, which has appeared world wide in feature films, commercials, and documentaries.