The People’s Interactive Network

This week on Finding Asheville, we spend a little time with one of the busiest women in Buncombe County. NuAnna Horn talks to us about the many different hats she wears as she juggles multiple jobs and charities. NuAnna is founder of The People’s Interactive network, a local not for profit whose goal is “To bridge the gap between waste and want” -or, one man’s junk= another man’s livelihood. In doing so we also reduce waste, decreasing the impact on our landfills, and create sustainability for those who are in need and lack resources or funding.”

Learn about NuAnna’s other roles at Earth Guild Ministries. NuAnna explains – “I offer personal counceling & provide spiritual support to others. I also perform handfasts, weddings, and marriage of any denomination or non-denominational selection. I am an ordained Minister, Pastor, Reverend, and Priestess. I am ordained through three separate Ministries and a Monestary. I also perform baptisms, funerals, and service Celebration of Life ceremonies.”

All of this and more on this latest episode of Finding Asheville:

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