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Mission Statement: Our goal is to save all 306 acres of the Dorothea Dix Campus for a World Class Destination Park for future generations.

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About Dix306

The sole purpose of Dix 306 is to conserve all 306 acres of the historic Dorothea Dix property as a destination park for every citizen of North Carolina - and every guest.

We need you to share this issue with your friends, neighbors, co-workers, relatives, online friends, and anyone else you know.

Dix 306 is a grassroots organization - this means you can take part not only on behalf of yourself, but for the children - yours or your friends' and neighbors' - their children, and on for generations.

By displaying the Dix 306 yard sign, you make a clear statement to our elected representatives: We want the Dorothea Dix destination park to be a place that people go to rest, gather with family and friends, enjoy the arts, celebrate our history, and perhaps connect with this breathtaking creation in which we live - our land.

As a grassroots citizen action group, we welcome the participation of every North Carolinian - and any friends of North Carolinians. Participation can include anything from proudly displaying the Dix 306 yard sign, making a donation, or actively working to spread the word about Dix 306. It is your voice - use it as you see fit.

Dix 306 members are acutely aware of our responsibility as citizens of North Carolina to the mentally ill and their families - to provide unrivaled services and family support for them. As such, Dix 306 will remain resolutely heedful of any impact that conversion from a world-class mental health facility to a world-class destination park will have.

Dix306 is a 501c4 non-profit organization.









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From The Dix306 Petition

"We will not regret making a lasting statement about the need for a place of beauty in the midst of our city. Think of citizens 20 even 100 years from now, and how they will applaud our vision."
Sally P. Bloom

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