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Eastern AHEC hosting symposium on rural healthcare


ECU offers free hearing and speech screenings for adults and children


Annual walk-a-thon features free kidney screenings


Gala benefits young women's organization


Community Pops Singers giving free concert


Free health symposium for women happening Saturday


Registration open for Down East Walk to Defeat ALS


Paws for the Cause bbq cook-off benefits animal services


Art teacher exhibition benefits classroom art funds


Resource fair for senior citizens happening May 9


Greenville youth group raising money for homeless shelter


Umbrella Market returns to Uptown Greenville


Nulook Steppaz hosting 1st line dance community event


16th annual Derby Dash Bash benefits Rocking Horse Ranch


Cycling event looks to introduce all ages to the sport


Vidant Edgecombe hosting 2nd annual Stroke Walk


Pitt County Wildlife Club hosting Ladies Day shoot


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