Fairfield Harbour announced that the community has adopted “The Accessible Icon”, which serves as a revamped version of the past symbol used to indicate facilities available for disabled individuals. Fairfield Harbour residents Darcy Hildreth and her 23-year-old son, Brendon, are spearheading the project in North Carolina. The new image displays an active, in-motion depiction of life with a physical disability in select locations offering accessibility.
Fairfield Harbour has announced that the representatives from the community will attend the 2013 New Bern Business Expo on Thursday, Aug. 15 from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Craven County Convention and Visitors Center, located at 203 S. Front St. At the expo, Fairfield Harbour will host an exhibit at booth #77 which will display the many activities, organizations and luxuries available to community residents. Several residents as well as members of the board of directors will be in attendance to share their experiences living in Fairfield Harbour. The New Bern Business Expo will feature displays from various businesses in the area to attract and inform the community on the exciting news and daily activities in the local business community.
Submitted by: Kathleen Donnelly, MMI Public Relations on behalf of Fairfield Harbour Community