My husband and I are retired and decided to relocate to NC to be closer to our sons. After finding a house in Weaverville, we wanted to walk the neighborhood to see if it could help us decide if this is where we wanted to live. As we walked down the sidewalk with our sweet old dog, we saw quite a few “We believe” signs, which was encouraging, because we were looking for an area that was accepting and encouraging of diversity. Then we saw a house with your huge “Let’s be neighbors” banner running the entire height of the front of the home. Both of us were so taken by it and its lovely and inviting message, that we knew this was the neighborhood for us. We wanted a real neighborhood, so we bought the house, which is slowly becoming a true home. Also, when we first saw the banner, I told my husband that after we moved here, I was going to knock on the door of that home, introduce myself, and tell the owners that we were new neighbors and the effect their sign had had on us. It truly was instrumental in helping us to recognize that this neighborhood was one of which we wanted to be a part. Thanks, Bill. We’re glad we are neighbors and hope to become real friends when the pandemic allows.