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Craven County Partners In Education Announces 2016-17 Board Members

Craven County
Craven County Partners In Education Announces 2016-17 Board Members

Craven County Partners In Education announces the appointment of its new Board of Directors, as well as the Standing and Ex-Officio members.

Joining the Board of Directors are Stephanie Edwards, Mike McCoy, and Randy St. Clair. “All three of our newest Board members embody the spirit of community and bring talent, expertise and energy to the table. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to strengthen the educational opportunities of teachers and students through classroom grants,” explained Don Brinkley, President.

Stephanie Edwards, 2015-16 Teacher of the Year for Craven County Schools is a teacher at Brinson Memorial Elementary. She has been a teacher for 11 years, holds a Master of Arts in Education degree from East Carolina University, and is a National Board Certified Teacher. Prior to joining Craven County Schools, Ms. Edwards taught in Pamlico County Schools and at Pamlico Community College. She is an active member and upcoming treasurer for the Alpha Psi chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.

Mike McCoy is the Store Manager at the Wells Fargo branch located on Dr. M.L.King, Jr., Blvd., in New Bern, where he also serves as Assistant Vice President. After graduating from the University of Mount Olive with a degree in Business Management, he moved back to Cove City and worked in retail and insurance prior to entering the field of banking in 2006. Mike is president of the New Bern Twin Rivers Volleyball Club and has recently served on boards for the American Red Cross and Craven Smart Start.

Randy St. Clair is the Principal at West Craven High. Prior to joining Craven County Schools, Mr. St. Clair was principal at Farmville Middle School in Pitt County. He worked in Pitt County as an administrator for six years. Mr. St. Clair earned his Masters of School Administration as well as his Educational Specialist in educational administration and supervision (Ed. S) at East Carolina University.

Partners In Education is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, Local Education Foundation for Craven County Schools. The mission of Craven County Partners In Education is to support and advance educational experiences within Craven County Schools through collaborative community involvement.

Since 1989, PIE has been changing the lives of students and families in our community by providing our educators with financial resources that enhance and reward innovative approaches to educational excellence.

The slate of board members is listed below.

Craven County Partners In Education
2016-17 Board of Directors

Executive Committee
President – Don Brinkley, the little bank
1st Vice President – Ervin Patrick, Craven County Schools
2nd Vice President – Adrian Fonville, Havelock Middle School
Past President – Sherry Forrest, Craven Community College

Board Members
David Baxter, Sumrell Sugg, Attorneys at Law
William Byland, Havelock High
Sandy Carlaccini, Craven County Schools
Stephanie Edwards, Brinson Memorial Elementary
Bruce Fortin, Havelock Chamber of Commerce
Joey Haddock, Harvey’s Fertilizer
Georgia Lucas, NCAE/Havelock Middle School
Mike McCoy, Wells Fargo
Alison Parker, AlphaGraphics
Brandy Popp, CarolinaEast Health System
Melissa Riggle, New Bern Riverfront Convention Center
Kevin Roberts, New Bern Area Chamber of Commerce
Cathy Rock, J.T. Barber Elementary School
Kimberly Scott, New Bern High School
Randy St. Clair, West Craven High
Jeff Taylor, BSH Home Appliance Corp.
Christy Wilson, Ben D. Quinn Elementary School, Teacher Ambassador of the Year
Lori Worley, Weyerhaeuser
Leah Yurk, Oaks Road Elementary, Beginning Teacher Representative

Ex-Officio Members
Craig Warren, Finance Officer, Craven County
Jason Jones, Craven County Commissioner

Staff/Ex-Officio Board Member
Darlene Brown, Executive Director


For more information about Partners In Education, visit our website at www.CravenPartners.com



Learn How to Use Your Smartphone for Summer Travel Preparation

US Cellular Retail 103 Tanglewood Parkway Elizabeth City, NC
With summer quickly approaching, it means warmer weather, more outdoor activities and travel with family and friends. U.S. Cellular associates want to help you prepare for fun under the sun or a road trip with a free Device Workshop in Elizabeth City. Attendees will learn how to utilize their device, such as the iPhone 6s or Samsung Galaxy S7, to prepare for a family vacation, reunion or adventure with friends. You don’t have to be a U.S. Cellular customer to attend.

“Our associates are available to show you how your smartphone or tablet can simplify and enhance your summer plans,” said Jeremy Taylor, U.S. Cellular’s director of sales in eastern North Carolina. “The right devices and our nationwide network will help you stay connected no matter where you are.”

This free Device Workshop starts at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 28 at 103 Tanglewood Parkway. You may call 252-338-9400 for more information or to RSVP.

Additional data charges may apply. 4G LTE service may be provided through King Street Wireless, a partner of U.S. Cellular. LTE is a trademark of ETSI.


252-338-9400


Learn How to Use Your Smartphone for Summer Travel Preparation

US Cellular Retail 1067 Wal-Mart Drive Williamston, NC
With summer quickly approaching, it means warmer weather, more outdoor activities and travel with family and friends. U.S. Cellular associates want to help you prepare for fun under the sun or a road trip with a free Device Workshop in Williamston. Attendees will learn how to utilize their device, such as the iPhone 6s or Samsung Galaxy S7, to prepare for a family vacation, reunion or adventure with friends. You don’t have to be a U.S. Cellular customer to attend.

“Our associates are available to show you how your smartphone or tablet can simplify and enhance your summer plans,” said Jeremy Taylor, U.S. Cellular’s director of sales in eastern North Carolina. “The right devices and our nationwide network will help you stay connected no matter where you are.”

This free Device Workshop starts at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 28 at 1067 Wal-Mart Drive. You may call 252-809-4955 for more information or to RSVP.

Additional data charges may apply. 4G LTE service may be provided through King Street Wireless, a partner of U.S. Cellular. LTE is a trademark of ETSI.


252-809-4955


Learn How to Use Your Smartphone for Summer Travel Preparation

US Cellular Retail 875 West 15th Street Washington, NC
With summer quickly approaching, it means warmer weather, more outdoor activities and travel with family and friends. U.S. Cellular associates want to help you prepare for fun under the sun or a road trip with a free Device Workshop in Washington. Attendees will learn how to utilize their device, such as the iPhone 6s or Samsung Galaxy S7, to prepare for a family vacation, reunion or adventure with friends. You don’t have to be a U.S. Cellular customer to attend.

“Our associates are available to show you how your smartphone or tablet can simplify and enhance your summer plans,” said Jeremy Taylor, U.S. Cellular’s director of sales in eastern North Carolina. “The right devices and our nationwide network will help you stay connected no matter where you are.”

This free Device Workshop starts at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 28 at 875 West 15th Street. You may call 252-946-0273 for more information or to RSVP.

Additional data charges may apply. 4G LTE service may be provided through King Street Wireless, a partner of U.S. Cellular. LTE is a trademark of ETSI.


252-946-0273


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