FILE – A model of the White House displayed on a giant planning map during a media tour highlighting 2017 presidential inaugural preparations. The annual North Carolina State Society Inaugural Ball will host nearly 1,000 attendees and feature several North Carolina-based businesses.
FILE – A model of the White House displayed on a giant planning map during a media tour highlighting 2017 presidential inaugural preparations. The annual North Carolina State Society Inaugural Ball will host nearly 1,000 attendees and feature several North Carolina-based businesses. Andrew Harnik AP
FILE – A model of the White House displayed on a giant planning map during a media tour highlighting 2017 presidential inaugural preparations. The annual North Carolina State Society Inaugural Ball will host nearly 1,000 attendees and feature several North Carolina-based businesses. Andrew Harnik AP

This black-tie inauguration ball has moonshine, biscuits – courtesy of North Carolina

January 13, 2017 01:20 PM

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