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Tar Heel Traveler: Stories from the Road

Farmville Public Library, 4276 West Church St., Farmville, NC 27828
The Farmville Public Library is pleased to announce that Scott Mason, “The Tar Heel Traveler,” will be making his way to Farmville Public Library on Monday, September 21 at 6:30 pm for a free program.

Scott Mason travels all over North Carolina, usually steering clear of highways and bounding instead along bumpy roads and off-beaten paths. He uncovers hidden gems everywhere he goes: people and places full of feeling and flavor—and wonder. In this presentation, he celebrates the colorful characters, out-of-the-way places, and rich history of North Carolina that are sure to educate and entertain.
Scott Mason is a broadcast journalist with 25 years of television experience. He has won dozens of awards for documentaries, writing and feature reporting, including three National Edward R. Murrow awards and 14 Emmys. In both 2004 and 2005, the Electronic News Association of the Carolinas named Scott the North Carolina Television Reporter of the Year. Scott graduated in 1984 from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, where he majored in both Journalism/ Communications and English. Scott works at WRAL TV in Raleigh where he researched, wrote and produced nine documentaries before adding his talents to the nightly news team as a reporter specializing in features. Today, Scott is known as the Tar Heel Traveler. His Monday through Thursday feature series on WRAL takes viewers along the back roads of North Carolina, where he meets memorable characters, finds out-of-the-way places, and unearths fascinating historical footnotes.

This program has been sponsored by the Friends of Farmville Public Library.

David Miller, dmiller@farmville-nc.com, (252) 753 3355


Senior Day at the Fairgrounds

Lenoir County Fairgrounds, Kinston, NC
Senior Citizens (55+), games, crafts, Medicare info, food , entertainment. Free

Lenoir County Cooperative Extension, 252-523-2191


Farmville VFB 100th Anniversary Event

Apr 11, 2015 10am to 3pm

3713 N Main St in Farmville
The Farmville Volunteer Fire Department is celebrating 100 years of service! Help us celebrate on Saturday, April 18th!

There will be antique fire trucks and equipment along with fun and games for the kids, food and drink and more!

Contact Hunter Walters at 252-754-4669 for more information.


Indoor Yard Sale at Westside Church

1205 Lynn Drive in Kinston (Off of Roseanne Dr., behind Bill Fay Park)
Join Westside FWB Church for an indoor yard sale Saturday, August 2nd from 7am to noon, rain or shine! Stop by to see what hidden treasures you may find!

There will be children's clothes and toys, books, movies, electronics, plants, sports items, skin care products, furniture, home decorations, holiday decorations, pet toys, and much more!

OR, take the opportunity to make room for new things in your home, and sell some of your items with us! Rent a 12x12 space with table and chairs for only $10. Contact Sandy Tilghman at (252) 522-5729 to reserve your space today.

Spread the word! Hope to see you there!




SUNDAY NIGHT SING featuring Made By Mercy Trio

Mar 30, 2014 6:00pm

Westside FWB Church in Kinston 1205 Lynn Drive, Kinston, NC 28504
Come celebrate, praise, and fellowship with the Made By Mercy Trio! You'll be entertained and blessed by this talented Southern Gospel group.

Westside Church
(252) 522-4505



CANDIDATES' FORUM

Apr 8, 2014 6:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.

BAYBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
Citizens Involved In Government, Inc. (CIG) is sponsoring a Candidates' Forum on 04/08/14 from 6 PM - 9 PM at the Pamlico Co. Courthouse. All candidates are invited to participate. This will give the community a chance to test the pulse of the candidates and the candidates a chance to test the pulse of the community. So, come out and listen to the candidates and ask questions you would like answered.

Monica Gibbs, 252 617-3067


Onslow County Public Library hosts Proposal Writing Basics – a free financial aid workshop

Mar 4, 2014 1 pm

Main Library Branch in Jacksonville
Onslow County Public Library is hosting Proposal Writing Basics at the Main Library Branch in Jacksonville March 4 at 1 pm.

Are you new to proposal writing? This class will cover how the proposal fits into the overall grantseeking process. Learn what to include in a standard proposal to a foundation, tips for creating a standard proposal, and what funders expect to see in your proposal. We will discuss how to best communicate with funders during the grant process and we will take a look at sample proposals that earned grant funding.

Onslow County Public Library is a Foundation Center Funding Information Network member. We offer print and digital resources for nonprofits as well as quarterly classes.

Nonprofits are invited to join us Tuesday, March 4 at 1pm. Registration is required.

For more information, please contact Karen Moore at Onslow County Public Library at 910.455.7350 ext. 1421 or visit us online at www.onslowcountync.gov/library.