Selected Community Events
Foster Parent Information Session
St. James United Methodist Church Room 23, 2000 E. 6th Street,Greenville, NC 27858
Methodist Home for Children (MHC) will hold an information session in Greenville for anyone interested in foster care,
foster-to-adopt or therapeutic foster care.On the agenda: What it means to be a foster parent, What the training & licensing process is all about, What types of children are referred to our
foster care/adoption program.
Please RSVP to Foster Care Training & Licensing: 1-888-305-4321, ext.6 or via email to: FosterandAdopt@mhfc.org
Toastmasters of New Bern
Monarch Building, 1320 Health Drive, New Bern
Introduction to Toastmasters at all meetings during February and March. Guests welcome.
K Monroe, 757.343.4312, firstname.lastname@example.org
Duplin County Farm Transition and Estate Planning Conference
Duplin County Center NC Cooperative Extension
University of Mount Olive will host a free conference at Duplin County Cooperative Extension to provide a comprehensive review of farm transition, tools and resources to assist landowners with farm transition and estate planning. Registration is required. Please call: 910-296-2143.
Duplin County Cooperative Extension 919-296-2143
Free Day at BCCC
Apr 10, 2014 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Beaufort County Community College, Washington, N.C.
On Thursday, April 10, BCCC is opening its doors to give prospective students 16 years old or older the chance to attend actual classes and meet potential instructors in their classrooms for free. Attendees of Free Day at BCCC will also have the chance to talk to BCCC staff about admissions, career planning, financial aid, college transfers and academic counseling.
Daniel Wilson, Admissions Director, 252-940-6233, or email@example.com