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Rouse Family Foundation Appreciation Evening

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It promises to be a very special event! The Greene County Museum is offering to the public the Rouse Family Foundation Appreciation Evening. It all begins at 4pm til 5pm, with wine and cheese at a "Meet and Greet" at the Greene County Museum, 107 NW Third Street, downtown Snow Hill, NC.

The festivities will then move to the 5pm Dedication of the Greene County Recreation and Tourism Center located at 470 Hwy. 13 South. Immediately following, a Prime Rib Dinner will be served in the Elaney Wood Heritage Farmers Market. The $40 ticket includes entrance into the "Meet and Greet" and the Prime Rib Dinner. Proceeds from this event will begin an endowment fund for the Greene County Museum. Tickets may be purchased at the Greene County Museum, Stick's and More (216 SE Second Street), Beaman's Restaurant (341 Hwy. 58 South), and Greene County Office (229 Kingold Blvd. Suite A).

For more information, please call 252-747-1999.


7th Annual Card and Game party

Washington Yacht and country Club
Bring you games and friends and enjoy a delicious lunch with door prizes and a 50/50 drawing to benefit Literacy Volunteers of Beaufort County in their work to provide free tutoring for adults who need help in reading, writing, speaking, and math.

Jane Weaver, Program Coordinator, 252-974-1812


Quilt Show, "Bee by the River", sponsored by the Twin Rivers Quilters Guild of New Bern, NC

New Bern Riverfront Convention Center
Over 300 quilts will be on display at our non-juried, judged quilt show as well as a large vendor mall, demonstrations, guild boutique, quilts for sale and a beautiful opportunity quilt raffle. Admission fee is $7.00.

October 31, 2014 10:00-7:00
November 1, 2014 9:00-5:00

Lynn Peck-Collins
410-302-2929



The 1st Greenville NotWedding

Certus Loft 101 West Broad Street Greenville, SC 29601
The NotWedding is a bridal show alternative in the form of a big, fake wedding. “Wedding guests” are brides-to-be who enjoy an emotional ceremony, a tasty dinner and a dance-party reception while truly experiencing the wedding vendors in action.

labruce@thenotwedding.com


WSOP ANNOUNCES 2014-2015 Season With Two Stops in Cherokee, NC

Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort 777 Casino Drive, Cherokee, NC 28719


WSOP ANNOUNCES 2014-2015 Season
With Two Stops in Cherokee, NC
November 27 - December 9
April 16 - 27

The eleventh season of the World Series of Poker Circuit has been formalized with 21 stops on tap for this year's series with two Circuit Events at Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort.

A WSOP gold bracelet and a minimum $1,000,000 prize pool will again be on the line in the season-culminating National Championship. ESPN will televise the finale as part of the their annual coverage of the World Series of Poker.

In its April, 2014 Circuit Event, Harrah's Cherokee continued its trend of breaking attendance records contributing to a prize pool of over $4 Million. Buy-ins for the upcoming 2014-15 events will range from $65 to $1675.

About Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort:
An enterprise of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation, Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort is located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina. The Casino has 150,000 square feet of gaming space, and offers traditional table games such as black jack, roulette and craps. The property also features over 1,100 hotel rooms, the Le Fu Men gaming area, 10 restaurants, the ESSENCE Lounge, the luxurious 18,000 square feet Mandara Spa and seven retail shops. In addition to the 56-acre property, guests have privileged access to the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation-owned Sequoyah National Golf Club, named one of Golf Magazine's best new golf courses. For complete details please click here.
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For further information contact:

Michael Fisher
Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort
777 Casino Drive, Cherokee, NC 28719
Tel. 828-497-8463
E-Mail: mifisher@cherokee.harrahs.com










MLK Grande Parade-Midtown Houston 2015

Midtown Houston-(San Jacinto Street & Elgin Street)-Houston, Texas 77004
The MLK Grande Parade Is The Largest Single Day Multicultural Activity In The U.S. That Commemorate The MLK National Holiday Observance. The Parade Originate On January 19, 2015 In Houston's Midtown On San Jacinto Street & Elgin Street Beginning @ 10A Featuring More Than 200 Culturally Diverse Performing Groups From Across The Nation Including 20 Award Winning Marching Bands. Learn More @ http://www.mlkgrandeparade.org Or Call 713-953-1633

Charles Stamps
713-953-1633



Blue13: Fire & Powder

UNCW's Kenan Auditorium; 601 S. College Road; Wilmington, NC 28403
With their modern, colorful energy and theatrical performances, Blue13 has been established as one of the world’s most innovative and unique dance troupes. Known for signature urban and Bollywood dance styles, Blue13’s Fire & Powder is an imaginative adaptation of Romeo and Juliet bound to delight lovers of hip-hop, Bollywood and Shakespeare. Featuring a live drum line and energetic Indian soundtrack, this show fuses Bollywood with Hollywood, remaining true to Indian heritage while maintaining a modern edge.

For more information, visit www.uncw.edu/presents.

Stefanie Mancuso
910.962.2522
mancusos@uncw.edu



Cherry Poppin' Daddies

UNCW's Kenan Auditorium; 601 S. College Rd; Wilmington, NC 28403
Renowned for their infusion of swing and ska, the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies first broke into the musical mainstream with their 1997 swing compilation, “Zoot Suit Riot.” While the band’s earlier releases were rooted mostly in funk and punk rock, their subsequent studio albums have incorporated elements from many diverse genres of popular music and Americana, including rock, rhythm and blues, soul and world music. Their performance features hits from the 1960s, a tribute to the music of the legendary Rat Pack.

For more information, visit www.uncw.edu/presents.

Stefanie Mancuso
910.962.2522
mancusos@uncw.edu



Quincy & Rashida Jones-Stand Up 2 Cancer :30 TV PSA

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Music industry icon and prostate cancer survivor, Quincy Jones, and his daughter, actress Rashida Jones, have joined together in collaboration with Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) and the Prostate Cancer Foundation in a :30 TV PSA designed to raise awareness about the importance of speaking with your doctor about prostate cancer. Please find the links to preview and download this PSA below (this PSA can air through 12/31/14). And, let us know if we need to provide you with any other format or deliver this PSA to you in any other method.

PREVIEW/DOWNLOAD LINKS:
HD :30 TV PSA (ISCI code: SU2CPCFH):
http://vimeo.com/boombroadcast/review/67156094/d9baa5304f
SD :30 TV PSA (ISCI code: SU2CPCFS):
http://vimeo.com/boombroadcast/review/67158283/6403cf1b9e
DIRECTIONS for Vimeo:
• To preview, press play button icon.
• If you want to download the PSA, scroll down on this page and click on "Clip Info/Download" to see the available downloadable files - you will want to click on "Original .MOV file" for a broadcast quality PSA. And, if you clicked on "Original .MOV file" and your browser just started to load and play the video instead of downloading it, please try right-clicking on "Original .MOV file" and choosing the 'Save as,' 'Save target as,' 'Save link as,' or 'Download linked file' option.
Alternate Links to Download the PSA if Vimeo doesn't work for you:
HD Version: http://we.tl/HP5Q2BF9Si
SD Version: http://we.tl/5ku3eiyoAv

Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death for men in the United States. 2.5 million American men are currently living with prostate cancer, yet according to SU2C President & CEO Sung Poblete, PhD, RN, “Men are 40 percent less likely than women to have visited a healthcare provider in the past year… talking to one’s doctor about prostate cancer is critically important.”

Help us spread the message and to empower men to speak with their doctors about developing a plan for prostate cancer health. As Rashida Jones states, “We have to protect the men we cherish, so please talk to your fathers, your grandfathers, husbands, brothers and sons and make sure they speak to their doctors about this disease and how to reduce their risk.”



If you have any questions or problem previewing/downloading video, please contact our team at psa@boombroadcast.com or at (609) 748-7411.


A Health Fair for Community Members of Wilson

First Baptist Church 311 W. Nash Street Wilson, NC 27893


A health fair for community members of Wilson will be held on Wednesday, September 24th from 9 AM until 5 PM. The health fair will be located at First Baptist Church, 311 West Nash Street, Wilson, NC 27893.

The Health Fair is free of charge to participants. Activities include health screenings by community organizations and health information.

The Lions Vision Van and the North Carolina Baptist Dental Van will be available.


(252) 246-1392
(252) 399-7447
dwatson@wilsoncc.edu



Family Night Open House

Feb 27, 2014 Thursday, February 27

Roseleaf Academy in Farmville
Looking for an all girls’ school? Roseleaf Academy, the only girls’ middle school in eastern North Carolina, is hosting their Family Night Open House on Thursday, February 27 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The school is located in a new facility in Farmville.

Visit www.roseleaf.org or call (252) 753-0230 to learn more.


Girl Power! The 5th Annual Women's Expo

Sep 18, 2010 See Summary of Event

American Legion Bldg,
Girl Power!
Lots of Women Plan to Spend the Day with Their Girlfriends at the 5th Annual Women's Expo at the American Legion Bldg, Saturday, September 18, 2010
Plan a day with all your best gals at the Crist Clinic Jacksonville Women’s Expo, coming to the American Legion Bldg / Fairgrounds, September 18, 2010. The Jacksonville Women's Expo offers something for every woman.
Attendees can visit exhibits and see the latest trends in hair and fashion, educational and interactive experience, product and food samples, entertainment, demonstrations, on-site services, health screenings, women’s community organizations, networking, door prizes, and fabulous marketing potential all while helping to benefit the Onslow Women’s Center.
In addition to the fabulous and unique shopping opportunities, attendees will also be able to enter one of our many raffles. Fabulous prizes will be handed out every 15 minutes.
New this year, The Mega Purse and Chic Shoe Sale Fundraiser! Purchase high quality gently used purses and shoes, pricing starts as little as .50 cents! All proceeds benefit Onslow County Literacy programs and Onslow Women’s Center.
The event, which is a partnership between The Daily News and the Onslow Women‘s Center, will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday the 18th at the American Legion building on Broadhurst street. Part of the proceeds from this event benefit the Onslow Women’s Center which is the only sexual assault center covering Onslow County.
There's still time for vendors who wish to exhibit. For applications and information, please contact ENC Marketing at (252) 635-5658.
This is an extraordinary event is not to be missed. Show hours run: 10am to 4pm Admission is $2.00 for adults and children under 12 are free. For more information, call Terri Cone 910-219-8403



. For more information, call Terri Cone 910-219-8403