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BILL GALLOWAY: THE FACE OF A CHAMPION By Amanda Johnson
running has also provided many bonding experiences for Galloway’s actual family. Bill’s wife, Amy, enjoys participating in 5 and 7K running events, and his son, David, runs 100-mile trail races all over the country, while his parents tag along as his crew members.
his wife, along with their dog Bailey, make time to run and hike four to six times per week and have tracked their runs and hikes on an office calendar on the kitchen bar for the past five years.
Though Galloway looks to David as the “real” runner of the family, he has also built up his own pretty impressive running resume, which spans decades. His fitness journey began as a casual runner in college, where he routinely ran six to eight miles per week. He continued running two-mile sessions for more than 25 years until his son encouraged him to expand his running distance.
Start your own fitness journey or add another participation medal to your collection at the Champions 5K/10K on April 13. The event is dog, stroller and family friendly, and it benefits local people in need. The course, which is USATF certified, is lined with friendly folks and offers an enchanting view of the town. It starts at the hospital entrance, winds through historic neighborhoods and follows a section of the Neuse River Greenway.
“It was a physical challenge, as well as a mental challenge, to go farther,” Galloway said of his first 8K race. “The mental aspect was learning to run more than an hour.”
SMITHFIELD — Bill Galloway has been a part of the Johnston Health Foundation’s Champions 5K/10K since its humble beginnings in 2012. “I signed up and ran the very first Champions 5K for fun,” Galloway said. “It rained and a small number of runners completed the run.” During most of his races, you will find Galloway sporting a shirt that says “Run Local.” He is drawn to races that support local charities, like the Johnston Health Foundation. “I love what the Foundation does and the consistent effort to improve the race,” he said. “The Champions event is well organized with high energy and is better supported than many of the much longer races that I
do each year. It is fun to do and that makes it easy to encourage others to participate.” As First Citizens Bank’s Eastern Piedmont Area Executive, Galloway serves as a team captain and encourages his co-workers to join him each year, as the event provides an opportunity for the staff to socialize outside of work in a fun environment. “Some associates train to prepare and others walk on race day,” he said. “It does not matter what someone’s time is on the race. Being outside and together is much more important.” While the annual event brings Galloway’s work family together,
Galloway then tackled the Uwharrie 8 Miler, followed by the Uwharrie 20 Miler and his first trail marathon at Medoc Mountain. Now, Galloway signs up for two trail marathons and several 10- to 20-mile events each year. Galloway says that running is his medicine. He acknowledges the impact that running has had on him, both mentally and physically. “Since I started running longer distances six years ago and doing the necessary training involved, I have lost 15 pounds and kept it off,” he said. “I have lowered my cholesterol by 15-20 points and my blood pressure has dropped about 15-20 points. Both are well within the normal ranges now.”
“It has become our norm,” he says.
Proceeds will benefit the Healthy Kids fund, which provides scholarships at HealthQuest for a nutrition and fitness program for at-risk children, and the Heart Fund, which provides assistance to financially challenged patients in need of life-saving heart care. The Champions 5K/10K is now a part of the new Johnston Health Race Series, along with the Gobble Waddle on Nov. 16. Participants can register for both events in one transaction by clicking the “bundle” option on the registration page. Those who complete both races will receive a special long-sleeved T-shirt at the Gobble Waddle. Visit www.johnstonhealth. org/raceseries to register as a participant or to make a donation. Amanda Johnson is a development coordinator for the Johnston Health Foundation.
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WILLOW SPRINGS FAMILY HAS BIG DREAMS IN BOXING By Randy Capps
That creativity shows up in his training, where he emulates boxing greats Roy Jones, Felix Trinidad and Floyd Mayweather. That's not the only link the Simmons family has to the Mayweathers. Jeffrey Mayweather, former professional boxer, current coach of WBC Silver Flyweight Champion Muhammad Waseem and the uncle of Floyd, is one of the more than 78,000 people that follow Christopher’s exploits on Instagram (big_rednc). The elder Simmons handed his phone to a visitor with a series of comments from Mayweather, congratulating Christopher on his upcoming recital. “Everybody in boxing knows these kids,” Chris said. Chris' roots in boxing date back to the mid 1990s, where he trained with Army boxing champion and former Olympic coach Anthony Bradley. He worked with Bradley five days a week and “soaked up” all the knowledge he could. Pictured are, from left, Tanya, Christopher and Chris Simmons. Photos by Chris Simmons.
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Judging decisions are a constant source of tension for boxers young and old, and Christopher is already well versed in that area.
While the brothers are getting the same training from Chris and his wife, Tanya, the boys have very different personalities.
For 14-year-old Willow Springs resident Christopher Simmons, his story started in a boxing gym.
“I was fighting a kid from Kansas (in the final), so I was pretty scared,” he said. “Because when I fight Kansas (boxers) I'm always getting cheated and robbed, you know? I've never won a decision in those fights. I was going for the knockout, and I almost knocked him out. … It was clear and I won a (unanimous decision). Thank God.”
Christopher is quieter. He's plays concert piano, sings and excels at distance running when he's not throwing that punishing right hand.
The latest plot twist in that tale took him and his family to Independence, Mo., where he won the National Silver Gloves championship in the 110-pound division in February. “It felt like a dream,” he said. “I couldn't believe it.” It was his first and, because of his age, only attempt at a national title because of years of frustration with judging at the regional level. “I'm very happy,” his father and coach, Chris Simmons, said. “I knew we were going to win when we won in D.C. (at regionals). Because they cheated us for six years, so I knew when he won over the boxers there, it was going to happen. I was so excited to get through D.C., I really didn't care if we won the national championship. It was that big of a victory for us.”
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If you ask the elder Simmons, hoping for fair treatment from judges won't be a problem someday. “He is one of the hardest hitters in boxing,” he said. “He hits like a 150-pound guy.” Chris thinks his oldest son will grow into a heavyweight, but he's certain that Norman, who's only 9, will wind up being even larger. Norman won the National Silver Gloves title in his weight class last year, fell in the semfinal at 95 pounds this year and holds the No. 1 ranking in both Silver Gloves and USA Boxing.
“He just gets all happy, then he forgets about it and wants to play video games,” his father said. “He's a simple guy. I think he's a pretty level-headed guy. He's going to be great.” Norman's voice, on the other hand, carries through the closed door of his father's office. “That's Norman talking,” he said, with a grin. “He's going to be the one talking the whole time. He's talking while everybody else is working. That's why Norman didn't win this year. He talks more than he works. “(He) is more outgoing and rambunctious. He's a grown man. He's got his own boxing style. You can't tell him nothing. He's going to fight how he wants to fight. … He makes it work, too. He's pretty slippery. He's so creative.”
“I was fresh out of college at N.C. State and couldn't find a job,” he said. “That's the only thing that kept me sane.” These days, he shares his boxing knowledge at The Simmons Team gym in Angier, where he trains area kids in the “sweet science.” “It's so expensive for kids to get into boxing in most places,” he said. “That's why we only charge $25 per month.” The Simmons Team is on the rise, but its leader has even bigger plans. He'd like to build a bigger gym, complete with dorms so that young fighters can come to train. “My vision is to have a gym where people come from all over the world to spar and get work,” he said. “I want to see Lamborghinis and Bugattis parked outside. Here in Angier — and it can happen. I want to raise two sons who become billionaires in boxing.” Whether or not those dreams come to fruition, following the careers of the Simmons brothers could prove to be quite the page turner.
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AFTER BENTONVILLE, THE FUTURE SITE OF CLAYTON PLAYED A ROLE IN THE FINAL DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR By Benjamin Sanderford
This month, 154 years ago, a train from Raleigh pulled up at a Johnston County crossroads called Stallings' Station, soon to be renamed Clayton. Aboard was a group of commissioners with a message from Governor Zebulon Baird Vance to Union General William Tecumseh Sherman. The message offered the surrender of the city of Raleigh in exchange for its preservation.
capital city of Milledgeville, during the March to the Sea, they pillaged the State House, destroying many priceless documents. (Atlanta would become the capital in 1868.)
This was not an action that Vance sanctioned lightly. After his election in 1862, he supported the Confederate cause to the hilt despite a troubled relationship with the government in Richmond. However, by April 1865, it was clear even to him that the South was on the verge of defeat.
They did not. The Northern army left South Carolina capital in smoking ruins.
The previous month, General Joseph Johnston’s Confederates had clashed with Sherman’s Federals in the fields and woods of Bentonville Township. The battle lasted three days, from March 19-21, and involved thousands of men. If “Old Joe” Johnston had won, the Yanks would have retreated and Raleigh would have been saved, but the Battle of Bentonville ended with the battered and bleeding Southern army in full retreat. “Uncle Billy” Sherman was coming. Vance was under no illusions as to what the arrival of the Northern commander could bring. State capitals tended to suffer under Sherman’s care. When Federal troops passed through Georgia’s
As for Columbia, Sherman wrote to his superiors that “I doubt if we should spare the public buildings there as we did in Milledgeville.”
These were the events foremost in the minds of the commissioners as they delivered their governor’s message to the Yankee general here in Johnston County. After reading Vance’s letter, in which the North Carolina leader combined an emotional appeal for Raleigh’s “defenseless inhabitants” and a reasoned observation that the destruction of state property “could advantage neither party,” Sherman composed a reply. There, at the future site of Clayton, he agreed to have mercy on North Carolina’s capital. The Federal commander kept his word when his forces occupied Raleigh on April 13. A few days later, Sherman met Johnston at Bennett Place. After his defeat at Bentonville, in the county that by an odd coincidence bore his name, Johnston understood the futility of continuing the war. As commander of all Confederate troops in Georgia and the
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A look at Harper House, on the Bentonville Battlefield site, in the early 1900s. Photo courtesy of the Johnston County Heritage Center.
Carolinas, he agreed on April 26 to surrender all forces, major and minor, in those states. Although Robert E. Lee had already surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant, only the Army of Northern Virginia had laid down its arms. It was Johnston’s surrender that effectively ended Confederate resistance. The Civil War was as good as over. Raleigh had been spared, but the conflict that just ended was an unmitigated catastrophe. Over 4,100 men became casualties at Bentonville alone. Death claimed almost 40,000 North Carolinians who served on either side out of about 130,000 soldiers, a ratio of roughly 1 out of 3. They were among 600,000 fatalities, 2 percent of the pre-war U.S. population.
Most people are familiar with the endgame in Virginia, the flight of Lee’s army from the trenches of Petersburg to Appomattox Court House, where the forces of Grant cornered it. The events in North Carolina are far less well known. Bentonville was the last major battle of the war and the surrender of Raleigh was the prelude to Johnston’s capitulation, which took place after Lee met Grant in Wilmer McLean’s parlor. Johnston County was the stage for the beginning of the end of the bloodiest war in American history. Benjamin Sanderford, a resident of Clayton, studied social science at UNC Greensboro. He can be reached at benwsanderford@ gmail.com.
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BENSON MUSEUM HOSTS EIGHTH-ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION Submitted by Town of Benson
BENSON — The Benson Museum of Local History welcomed around 150 attendees for its eighth-annual Black History Month Open House in February. Guests arrived early and mingled throughout the exhibits, sharing laughs and swapping stories about this year’s Black History Honoree — Nathan Alford.
former colleague, in her nomination letter. “He was still working after retirement until (a few) years ago with Benson Middle School as the athletic director. To this day, he is still on the sub-teacher list for Johnston County Schools.”
Alford spent his entire career inside Johnston County Public Schools — teaching Social Studies and coaching football and basketball. He began working there in 1969, a short time after graduating from St. Augustine’s College in Raleigh. He is a lifelong resident of Benson where he resides with his wife, Shirley.
Upon making the announcement on social media, the comments to Alford’s character began to roll in — more than 400 as of this press release. Former students, colleagues, peers and residents were also prepared with Alford stories for the event — all following the same theme of a man who was firm, yet beloved by students and staff because he truly cared about their well being and station in life.
“(He) has been a Social Studies teacher and football/basketball coach for students who are now in their 40s,” noted Beth Rogers, a
To kick off the program, Museum Board Chair Amy Adams welcomed the crowd and brought up Mayor Pro Tem Casandra Stack. She spoke
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about the beginnings of Black History Month both nationally and in Benson segueing into the day’s celebration. “It wasn’t until 2012 that someone had a vision to capture the African American history in Benson, which leads us to our trailblazer today in our town — Mr. Nathan Alford,” she said. Rogers was next to address the room. “My own children, who are former students of the Benson schools, were just as thrilled as I was to now be able to say ‘thank you’ to a most memorable teacher and a genuine great man,” she began. Rogers also presented Alford with a special hardbound book containing photos and selected comments encompassing the community’s admiration and respect toward this
year’s honoree. The St. James Disciples of Christ Choir were the afternoon’s special music before Alford himself said a few words. “As I stand here in this place and as my eyes gaze over the number of people here — faces that I recognize from many years ago. To think that God allowed me to have the opportunity for me to be your friend and for you to be my friend,” he said. “To have love in my heart for you. It is a great blessing.” The day’s festivities concluded with refreshments in the museum’s photo gallery, complete with a special cake from Jenny’s Sweet Creations featuring Alford’s photo and the Benson Middle School logo.
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SMITHFIELD — The annual Rotarians Against Drugs Speech Contest was held recently at the Medical Mall Auditorium. Eleven schools were represented, including Southside Christian School, which entered for the first time this year.
Lt. Walter Myers from the Garner Police Department was the keynote speaker and gave personal accounts of his life in law enforcement and how it relates to drug abuse. He ended his presentation with a question and answer session.
The contest was started by Rotarian Donald Hayman after a 1988 research study of 143 adolescent drug prevention programs reported that “peer programs are dramatically more effective in preventing drug use in students than all other interventions.” The Rotary Clubs of Johnston County have kept this a priority in their clubs for many years.
The winners for this year’s contest were: First Place — Alanah Farber, Smithfield-Selma; Second Place: Ashley Shabo, Corinth Holders; Third Place: Nate Willis, Southside Christian and Fourth Place: Dakota Klemm-Smith, Career and Technical Leadership Academy. All students received monetary gifts for winning and their participation.
GREATER CLEVELAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HANDS OUT AWARDS
The Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual awards banquet recently at the Hall and Gardens at Landmark. The honorees are, pictured left to right: Denton Lee, Volunteer of the Year; Rick Heilmann, Man of the Year; Mike Allen, Carfix, Business of the Year; Brandy Ricapito, Cleveland Middle, Teacher of the Year and Shanna Capps, Woman of the Year. The Never Forget 9-11 Foundation was also honored as Nonprofit of the Year. Christine Weber Livingston is not pictured.
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PIRATES PAINT PICTURE OF UNITY WITH SCHOOL OF FISH Submitted by Johnston County Public Schools
JCPS Superintendent Dr. Ross Renfrow, left, helps Corinth Holders High students Trinity Jeffreys, right, and Isabella Pettit, center, paint fish for the Sam’s Branch Greenway in Clayton.
WENDELL — One classroom at Corinth Holders High School is bringing students throughout the school together by designing and painting 80 large fish for a local greenway. For the past five months students in the Life Skills class at CHHS have been working diligently on their “Fish Project.” The rotating outdoor student art project was initially started in 2013 by a Town of Clayton volunteer board to help beautify the Sam’s Branch Greenway with wooden artwork painted by local schools. Sarah Jeffery, a Corinth Holders High teacher, approached the Town of Clayton after noticing the current fish on the greenway were beginning to look weathered. In return, the town asked for help from Jeffery and her class. “Originally when I took on this project I thought we would do about ten fish and our Life Skills students would work on them and really be proud of that work,” said Jeffery. “I thought this would really make them shine a little brighter.” However, the town requested Jeffery and her students tackle creating between 70 to 80 fish for the greenway. Knowing this would be quite the undertaking for her small class, Jeffery recruited several clubs from the school to help. “I thought this would be the perfect way to bring the student body together. We already have the Circle of Friends Club that comes in and works with my class on a regular basis,” said Jeffery. “This is a great way for students who don’t typically interact with our students to get into the classroom with them and work towards a common goal.”
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Students have thrown themselves into the Fish Project by painting different designs that represent the diversity of the Corinth Holders community. The project was a team effort among teachers as well. Art teacher Kristi Nobers designed the fish and agricultural science teacher Matthew Barnhill cut the pattern out of wood.
to those who helped provide supplies. Local businesses who supported the project are Hudson’s Hardware in Clayton, Sherwin Williams of Smithfield, Lowe’s Home Improvement of Smithfield and Guy C. Lee Building Materials. Substitute teacher James Faggart also arranged to have a $250 gift card donated to the project.
Isabella Pettit, a Corinth Holders High student and member of the Circle of Friends Club, has fallen in love with the project.
As a part of the project, students also decided to paint a fish in memory of Amy Renfrow, the late wife of Dr. Renfrow. Amy served as principal of Corinth-Holders Elementary School and assistant principal of Glendale-Kenly Elementary.
“I’ve been helping Mrs. Jeffery with the Fish Project for a few weeks now, and it’s amazing how different each of the clubs are but also how alike they are. It shows how unified we are here at Corinth,” said Pettit. The art project has not only brought students together, but members of the community have also come to the school to paint alongside Jeffery’s class. Johnston County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Ross Renfrow and Johnston County Board of Education members Tracie Zukowski and Ronald Johnson were just a few of the community members who came to the school to lend a helping hand. “To me the important part of this project is that it has shown all students have the capability to express themselves not only verbally but also through the arts,” said Zukowski. Jeffery received donations from the community for the wood and paint needed to complete the project, along with supplies purchased by the Town of Clayton’s Public Art Advisory Board. The students created a “thank you” fish dedicated
Corinth Holders High Student Body President Emma Hardy designed the fish dedicated to Amy with help from Dr. Renfrow. “I had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Renfrow at one of our student leaders meetings to learn about some of her favorite things,” said Hardy. “Her favorite flowers were yellow roses, so that is the focal point of the fish. I also included her initials on the mason jar that the flowers are in.” Jeffery’s class, along with the help of other clubs are still painting fish and encourage the community to come out and help them. The students will unveil their fish at the Clayton Visual Arts Meet-the-Artist Reception on April 4 at The Clayton Center at 6 p.m. before they are permanently added to the Sam’s Branch Greenway, a 1.25-mile stretch on the Mountainsto-Sea Trail in Clayton. “I’m excited about my family seeing my fish up on the greenway,” said Corinth Holder High student Trinity Jeffreys.
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DOZENS HONORED AT ‘LEADING WITH THE HEART’ EVENT Submitted by Johnston County Public Schools
Johnston County Public Schools honored 50 employees who demonstrate good character and go above and beyond in and outside of the classroom at the annual “Leading with the Heart” reception. Those who were honored are Alan Barnes, Joyce Bayles, Jordan Blackley, Ashley Branch, Candace Bullock, Ruth Michele Byrd, Brett Capps, Lisa Carr, Doug Denton, Allison Dunn, Cali Durning, Destiny Fullwood, Chief Chuck Green, Susan Hales, Elizabeth Ham, Tim Holder, Eric Honeycutt, Tracie Johnson, Amanda Johnson, Annis Kennedy, Allison Lawhorn, Patricia Lytle, Kelly Martin, Brody Massengill, Jennifer McClure, Ann Meigs, Becky Merrick, Michele Norman, Connie Norris, Lydia O’Keefe-Grady, William Overby, Beverly Parker, Katie Pilkington, Ashley Radford, Emily Rose, Allen Sasser, Jessica Scarboro, Liz Sinclair, Jerry Smith, Regan Steidl, Dana Tuggle, Anna Marie Wade, Laura Warren, Roni Westbrook, Sheron Wiggs, Latrieva Wilson, Carla Withrow, April Wood, Becky Worley and Myra Youngblood.
SMITHFIELD — Johnston County Public Schools honored 50 employees for going above and beyond in and outside of the classroom at the district’s annual “Leading with the Heart” reception recently.
Honorees often volunteer for extra work duties, or volunteer in the community. They are generous and constantly look for ways to help others, are consistently reliable, respectful, determined and passionate.
The event, which is inspired by Mike Krzyzewski’s book, “Leading with the Heart,” recognizes employees throughout the school system that demonstrate leadership, compassion and heart on a daily basis.
During the celebratory reception, each honoree was recognized by having highlights of his or her appreciated service featured in a special video. Recipients were also presented with a commemorative Leading with the Heart pin and thanked for their service to Johnston County Public Schools by Board of Education Chairman Michael C. Wooten and fellow board members, as well as Superintendent Dr. Ross Renfrow.
Each school and central services department selects one person from their staff to be honored at this special event. Those who were recognized all take pride in their work, are meticulous in their work ethic and are mentors and good role models.
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When the Johnston Now staff went out in search of Girl Scout cookies recently, their travels took them to Kenly. There, Anna Narveson, left, and Kahlan Bernier from Troop 4160 helped us get our Thin Mint fix.
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Miss America Nia Imani Franklin poses for a photo with several Clayton High School students. From left are Taylor Corpening, Riley Barnes, Hailey Stephens, Franklin, Amelia Black and Mary Grace Narron.
CLAYTON — Miss America 2019, Nia Imani Franklin, visited with students at Clayton High School in March to share an inspirational message about perseverance. Franklin, who spoke to about 200 students in the school’s auditorium, encouraged each of the students to follow their passion in life. “Whatever you’re doing in life you have to find your passion and let that inspire you,” said Franklin. “Believe in yourself. If you don’t, no one else will.” Franklin, originally from North Carolina, moved to New York to follow her passion for music, where she was crowned Miss New York. She said that she was thankful for the opportunity to return home and to be able to share her story with so many students. “This is my home state,” she said. “It makes me so happy to speak with them about my journey and encourage them to be their best selves, because that’s what we all should be striving to do in life.” During her presentation Franklin performed an original song while simultaneously playing the piano. She also took time to answer questions from students and take photos.
U.S. Navy Lt. Cody Walker, left, from Smithfield, and Lt. Cmdr. James Trogden, from Mines City, Montana, perform for sailors on the mess decks during an ice cream social aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis in the South China Sea last month. The John C. Stennis is deployed in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations in support of security and stability in the IndoPacific region. Photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jarrod A. Schad.
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“Miss America visiting our school today meant the world to me, and I know it did to the other students as well,” said Miss Clayton High Taylor Corpening. “We never thought someone so cool and philanthropic could come and visit us.”
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CLAYTON — The Town of Clayton rolled out newly-designed patrol cars recently. Officers were aiming for a modern take on the traditional police car of the past called a “Black and White.” FFA officers from 1969 and 2019 gather together to celebrate the chapter’s 50 year history at South Johnston High School. Photographed are: Front row, Emily Eldridge, Gracie Parker, Cheryl Lynn Moore, Paul Eldridge, Hannah George, Lexi Barefoot, Matthew Olive, Brittany Beasley and Ashton Allen. Back row: Lance Adams, Gary Parsons, Glenn Barefoot, Mike Adams, David Penny, Andy Parrish and James Langdon.
FOUR OAKS — South Johnston High School’s 2018-2019 FFA officers recently invited the club’s officers from 1969 to return for a visit and celebrate the program’s 50-year history at the school. The current students led the alumni on a tour of the school’s agricultural program. Following the tour, there was a meet and greet with time for fellowship and sharing memories.
They hope the classic color along with the modern sweeping lines will help capture the spirit of Clayton’s growing town, which turns 150 this month. Most importantly, leaders wanted the Dodge Chargers to be instantly recognized as public-safety vehicles. They stress that drivers need to heed the flashing lights of law enforcement no matter what the shade of car. All Clayton patrol cars feature “POLICE” in very large letters. Clayton Police officers also recently redesigned their patch adding three white stars to honor the three fallen officers lost in the history of the department. And, last summer, the department freshened up its uniforms, switching to all navy color and more functional, durable and breathable materials to help officers on the job.
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BENSON — Acera Wealth Management, headquartered in Smithfield, has added a new office in Benson. Acera Wealth Management, which offers access to investments and financial planning, was founded December 2010 and now has 9 offices across central and eastern North Carolina. Amy Adams, is very excited to add a location in Benson and says, “Benson is very close to my heart and I could not be more thrilled to be able to serve the people in the community I call home.”
Amy Adams is a financial advisor with, and offers securities and financial planning through, LPL Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor. She has an extensive background in the financial industry, building client relationships since 2013. “Amy has been with us for the last five years,” said Chris Key, managing partner of Acera Wealth Management. “Her experience and commitment to helping those she serves will help her serve clients and their families in the Benson area.”
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SMITHFIELD MIDDLE WINS BATTLE OF THE BOOKS Submitted by Johnston County Public Schools
The Smithfield Middle Battle of the Books team took home the first place trophy at the JCPS Middle School Battle of the Books competition on Feb. 22. Team members are: Front row, from left, Jude Reece, Kevin Chen, Silvia Franco, Britney Arana Alberto, Yuridia Hernandez Martinez and Jessica Antonio-Juarez. Second row — Coach Allison Beadle, Stefani Robeson, Allana Massey, Catherine Cepin, Iyana Sanders and coach Stephanie Worley.
SMITHFIELD — The Smithfield Middle School Knights took home the top prize at the Johnston County Public Schools Middle School Battle of the Books Competition recently. Students on teams from Archer Lodge Middle, Benson Middle, Cleveland Middle, Four Oaks Middle, McGee’s Crossroads Middle, Meadow School, North Johnston Middle, Princeton Middle, Riverwood Middle, Selma Middle, Smithfield Middle and Swift Creek Middle participated in the competition held at the West Campus Conference Center. Each team read a total of 27 books and answered questions to show their overall knowledge of the novels. The competition encourages a love of reading in middle school students by exposing them to high quality literature in a variety of genres.
Smithfield Middle took top honors, Riverwood Middle was second and Swift Creek Middle and Cleveland Middle tied for third place. “This is the third year these students have competed together. Many of these students have been competing in the Elementary School Battle of the Books competition since third and fourth grade in different elementary schools and came together in the sixth grade here at Smithfield Middle School,” said coach Stephanie Worley. “Their goal was to win this year since this would be the last year for our eighth graders.” The Smithfield Middle Battle of the Books teams will compete in the regional competition this month at the Harnett Health Sciences Center in Lillington.
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The basics of the program are: • The program is a registered pre-apprenticeship with ApprenticeshipNC that teaches the basics of electric linework over 10 eight-hour Saturday sessions between October 2018 and May 2019. • Students who complete the program will receive pre-apprenticeship credit through Apprenticeship NC. Pre-apprenticeship hours can be applied to a registered Apprenticeship program through a future employer and allows the student’s tuition to be waived if they enroll in an Electric Lineworker Certification program through a N.C. Community College like the Nash Community College Electric Line Construction program. • Through the instruction, students will also receive OSHA-10, CPR and First Aid certifications. • Students who complete the program will be considered for a paid summer internship with one of the Public Power electric utilities in Johnston County.
BENSON — ElectriCities of North Carolina has announced the recipients of the 2018 Public Power Awards of Excellence. The awards align with ElectriCities’ five strategic priorities and recognize achievement in the areas of communicating the value of public power, grid modernization, continuous improvement, workforce development and wholesale power cost. Benson received the Workforce Planning and Development Award for its Lineworker PreApprenticeship Program. The program was spearheaded in Benson along with several other partners — Johnston County Public Schools, Johnston County Industries, ElectriCities and Nash Community College. The idea began with a need to draw interest
to Benson’s Electric Department, but quickly expanded to a countywide program bolstered by several communities and organizations. Students interested in the program are presented with a clear goal — to become a lineworker. The initial classes are designed to inform and gauge the interest of the students, and as the course continues those that want to focus on linework as a career are essentially guided through the entire process. “We wanted to do something for not only the future of Benson’s Electric Department, but for the future of public power in Johnston County,” Benson Town Manager Matt Zapp said. “We hope this program — with the help of surrounding towns and key sponsors like Johnston County Public Schools and ElectriCities — will continue to provide an avenue for area students to pursue an interest in public power across North Carolina.”
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RIVERWOOD MIDDLE STUDENT TO COMPETE IN NATIONAL SPELLING BEE Submitted by Johnston County Public Schools
Riverwood Middle student Sarah Fuccello won the 2019 Johnston County Middle School Spelling Bee held on Feb. 28 at Selma Elementary School. Standing with her is RMS Principal Jamie Stoke.
SELMA — Riverwood Middle student Sarah Fuccello will compete in the National Spelling Bee after being the first place winner of the 2019 Johnston County Middle School Spelling Bee.
Fuccello was named the winner of the Spelling Bee in the 63rd round after spelling the word “opossum.” She was coached by Riverwood Middle teacher Caroline Daily.
Students from 13 of the JCPS middle schools participated in the Spelling Bee held at Selma Elementary. Students from other schools in Johnston County also participated in the county-wide event.
Fuccello will now go on to compete in the National Spelling Bee from May 26-30 at Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.
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JCC’s 2018 NCLEX-RN first time pass rate was 99 percent. JCC’s NCLEX pass rate is 99 percent over the past three years. The state average for 2016-2018 is 83 percent. In addition to the associate degree nursing program, nursing students at JCC can also consider the RN to Bachelor of Science Nursing Program, which allows them to move from the community college to public universities and obtain their bachelor’s degree. For more information about nursing at JCC, visit johnstoncc.edu/programs/health-sciences/associate-degree-nursing/.
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WOMEN’S SOCIETY HONORS PHILANTHROPY OF LINDA LASSITER Submitted by Johnston Community College Foundation
Pictured are: Front row, from left, Crystal Roberts, chief of communication and engagement for Johnston County Public Schools; Chris Germanowski, principal of Selma Middle; Kia Ruffin, Selma Middle teacher; Sarah Godwin, scholarship recipient; Marlene Godwin, Godwin’s mother; Sara Massey; Emma Massey and Dr. Twyla Wells, executive director of the JCC Foundation. Back row, Trent Lassiter, Donnie Lassiter, Michael Massey and John Massey.
SMITHFIELD — Johnston Community College Foundation celebrated the life and philanthropy of the late Linda Vann Lassiter recently at the inaugural luncheon and women’s event named in her memory. Lassiter, of Selma, died unexpectedly Dec. 12. A faithful and passionate member of the JCC Foundation Board of Directors at the time of her death, she and her husband Donnie have been longtime supporters and philanthropists of JCC. The Linda Vann Lassiter Women’s Society has been created to honor her philanthropic spirit. The society offers an opportunity for women in the Johnston County community to come together to participate in philanthropy through education, mentoring and various college and community-wide activities. Each year, the society will honor a woman in the community who emulates the values Lassiter held so dear — faith, family and philanthropy.
After her passing, the Lassiter family directed a generous gift to the JCC Foundation to start the Linda Vann Lassiter Women’s Society Endowment. The annual distribution of this fund, once fully endowed, will support scholarships for young women in Johnston County. The long-term goal of the society is to build the endowment to ensure all rising eighth-grade female students in Johnston County will be able to receive the Linda Vann Lassiter Women’s Society Scholarship to attend JCC after graduation from high school. Sarah Godwin, an eighth grader from Selma Middle School, is the inaugural recipient of the scholarship. Chris Germanowski, principal of Selma Middle, said Godwin is well liked by her peers and teachers and is a most deserving student. “When Sarah sets her mind to do something she is determined to do it well,” he said. “She does not
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let challenges deter her when she sets her mind to getting something accomplished. We believe she has the strength and the perseverance to follow through and to accomplish whatever career path she decides to take.” Meredith Wilson, a JCC alum, spoke about Lassiter’s caring and giving personality. As a student ambassador in 2018, Wilson said she witnessed her generosity firsthand. “I remember seeing Mrs. Linda taking pictures with students at the Foundation’s Donor Appreciation event and pulling the students over to the side and talking to them and asking them how they were and it was so heartfelt,” Wilson said. “I remember thinking to myself, ‘wow she really does care.’” The generosity of the Lassiters have supported many programs and initiatives at the college over the years including performing arts public safety, and the learning resource center.
Dr. Twyla Wells, executive director of the JCC Foundation, said offering the scholarship to eighth graders is an opportunity to expand the college’s outreach to potential students. “As part of the JoCo Works initiative, JCC will welcome all eighth graders to our campus in November of this year,” she said. “It is our goal through the Linda Vann Lassiter Women’s Society to build an endowment that will sufficiently support every eighth grader in our county such that when they are seniors in high school, there will be funding waiting for them to further their education.” To learn more about the Linda Vann Lassiter Women’s Society, contact the JCC Foundation at 919-209-2222 or at jccfoundation@ johnstoncc.edu.
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NEW CABIN OPENS AT HOWELL WOODS Submitted by Johnston Community College
Pictured, from left, are: Dr. Twyla Wells, executive director of the JCC Foundation; Scott Henley, chair of the Johnston County Tourism Authority; Butch Lawter, JCC trustee and county commissioner; Dr. David Johnson, JCC president; Lyn Austin, chair of the JCC Board of Trustees; Owen Daughtry, JCC alum; Donna Bailey-Taylor, president and CEO, Johnston County Visitors Bureau and N.C. Rep. Larry Strickland.
FOUR OAKS — Johnston Community College celebrated the opening of a new cabin at Howell Woods Environmental Learning Center recently.
an outdoor classroom for environmental education as well as a place for the public to be able to come and recreate,” said Jordan Astoske, Howell Woods director. “The addition of the cabin will allow us to attract larger organizations to participate in company retreats, team building activities and programs and activities at Howell Woods.”
The cabin’s cost is $171,916.01 and is funded from three sources — $50,000 from Johnston County Visitors Bureau Grant, $50,000 from JCC Foundation’s Howell Woods Endowment and $71,916.01 from JCC’s capital budget provided by Johnston County.
In 1995, Rudolph A. Howell, a member of the Johnston Community College Board of Trustees and major benefactor to Johnston Community College Foundation, donated over 2,800 acres of land on the Neuse River to the College. Now called the Rudolph Howell and Son Environmental Learning Center (Howell Woods) is thought to be the largest gift ever donated to a North Carolina community college by a private citizen.
In 2016, Hurricane Matthew destroyed one of three existing lodging facilities (a 45-year-old residence house) at Howell Woods. The new cabin complies with American Disabilities Act regulations, sleeps 16 and includes a fully furnished kitchen, two bunk rooms, washer and dryer and two bathrooms. With the addition of the third cabin, Howell Woods will now have the capacity to house 32 individuals overnight in three bunk-style lodging facilities, impacting tourism for the county and the community.
In December 2005, Howell donated over $1 million for Howell Woods, half of which is endowed for the perpetual preservation of the center located at 6601 Devil’s Racetrack Road in the Bentonville community of southeastern Johnston County.
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CLAYTON! CLAYTON — 1969 was a year to remember in Clayton. The men grew beards and families dressed in pioneer clothing. There were special tours, three grand balls, class reunions, old-fashioned bargain days with merchants, a Miss Centennial coronation and a time capsule burial. Clayton came together in incredible solidarity to mark the 100th anniversary of our town and now, 50 years later, it’s time for the community to celebrate Clayton’s sesquicentennial. The town is joining forces with civic, church and non-profit groups to plan a year-long celebration marking Clayton’s anniversary. It will begin with a big birthday party kick-off on April
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12-13 — which marks 150 years since the town’s founding on April 12, 1869. Clayton has come a long way from that sleepy village by the railroad tracks. It’s an international biopharmaceutical hub and a community repeatedly recognized as one of the best, safest and most affordable places in the state and country to live and raise a family. Leading up to this milestone, the Clayton Downtown Development Association is teaming up with area schools and planning a fun Spirit Week. They’re encouraging students, teachers, business owners/employees, anyone and everyone to dress up each day of the week to help capture the spirit of our proud past, present and future. Monday, April 8: CLAYTON DAY — Wear your spirit by throwing on some Clayton
gear or your school colors! Tuesday, April 9: 1869 DAY — Dress as if it was the year Clayton was officially born. No idea what to wear? Check out the costumes everyone wore 50 years ago when we celebrated Clayton’s centennial at www.ClaytonNC.org/150 or head to the History Room at Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library in Downtown Clayton to research. Wednesday, April 10: 2169 DAY — Take your best guess at how you think people will be dressing 150 years from now. No idea is too futuristic.
2019 and sport it. The roaring ‘20s, the wild ‘60s or maybe the wacky ‘80s. On April 12 at 9 a.m., join Mayor Jody McLeod, the Clayton fire department and Clayton Police Department as we raise our coffee mugs at the popular gathering place Boulevard West to launch this incredible milestone. We'll be doing a birthday toast with limited edition sesquicentennial coffee mugs — free to the first 150 people. And Boulevard West is supplying some free sesquicentennial sweets.
Thursday, April 11: 150 YEARS OLD DAY — Dress like you’re as old as Clayton.
The Clayton Police Department will reveal its specialized 150th badges that will be worn by all officers throughout our 150th year.
Friday, April 12: THROUGH THE AGES DAY — Pick your favorite decade from 1869-
The Fire Department will have its antique fire engine on display and its siren will help
kick-off a loud and celebratory salute to this anniversary year. Just as they did for the town's centennial celebration in 1969, we're asking all Clayton churches to ring their church bells in unison at 9 a.m. and join the chorus. Honk your horn. Give a shout. The Town of Clayton is turning 150! The following day, Saturday, April 13, the Town is throwing a big birthday bash in Town Square from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy a giant birthday cake, free ice cream, food trucks, music, free kids’ inflatables, entertainment and have the first sip of a special 150th anniversary beer by Deep River Brewery. Jamaal Porter/Massive Motives
Plus, the community is needed to help create a super cool, billboard-sized work of art. Celebrating and supporting the arts has been such a mission for the town, so we encourage Claytonites of all ages to come be part of this collaborative community mural. The day will also feature a giant volunteer fair, bringing together all of the many organizations and groups who work to make Clayton a better place. Whether you’ve just moved here or you’ve lived in the area all your life, we’re always hearing people ask, “How do I get involved? Who’s doing good things in Clayton?” This fair will be a way for you to find out. Maybe you love animals, maybe you have a soft spot for the elderly or maybe you have building skills you want to put to work. We’re hoping this volunteer fair, organized by the Clayton Rotary, will help us create a permanent database of all the incredible efforts underway in Clayton. It’s working together as a community that’s made so
many great things happen in Clayton. More events are spread throughout the year with more ways to celebrate Clayton’s past, present and future. Clayton Visual Arts is hosting wonderful art exhibits in April, May and June. April will showcase the work Corinth Holders students who rallied around the Life Skills students to help create colorful wooden fish to adorn Clayton’s beloved greenways.
Ellington Memorial Library to capture historic buildings, homes and sites in Clayton and will work to juxtapose them with visuals of how those locations appear today. The first Town Square Concert in Town Square on May 16 will be a throwback to the past with “Larger than Life” — a great, 90s cover band. On June 13 at 6 p.m., the Woman’s Club of Clayton and the Friends of HocuttEllington Library are hosting a
night of celebrating local lore and hometown stories with WRAL’s Tar Heel Traveler Scott Mason. The Clayton Historical Association is planning a Fall “Ghost Walk” — a special guided tour of Clayton’s historic City Cemetery, where small groups of visitors will hear brief stories from fascinating personalities in Clayton's history. Check out details on all these events and more at www. ClaytonNC.org/150.
In May, it’s CVA’s Paint the Town contest, where local artists this year were invited to create their own interpretations of Clayton — past and present. Then, in June, the lobby of the Clayton Center will be filled with a chronicle of Clayton through the lens of Ben Chadwick who will be presenting a photographic exhibit called “Now & Then.” Chadwick worked with the History Room at Hocutt-
A parade during Clayton’s centennial celebration in 1969
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WOMAN'S CLUB OF CLAYTON HOSTS MISS AMERICA FOR TEA Submitted by The Woman's Club of Clayton
CLAYTON — The Woman’s Club of Clayton had the honor of hosting a tea for Miss America, Nia Franklin, recently so young ladies (Carolina Princesses) from across the state could meet, hear a presentation from her and ask some questions. Franklin also autographed her official photo with personal messages for the young ladies as well as other attendees. The tea was a thrill for younger ladies and Nia admitted that this was the first tea party she ever attended. The Woman’s Club of Clayton has hosted teas before but in their 100 year
history, they have never hosted a tea for Miss America. Nia’s pageant roots began in Clayton in 2016 when she was crowned Miss Capital Cities. When she won Miss America, she was representing the state of New York. Nia graduated from North Davidson High School in Welcome, North Carolina in 2011. She then attended East Carolina University and graduated with a degree in music composition in 2015.
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Edward Bert Lassiter Scout Hut Reaches 20th Anniversary Submitted by Friends of Scouting of Four Oaks
FOUR OAKS — This year we are celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Edward Bert Lassiter Scout Hut. In honor of that accomplishment, we would like to share a little information about our Scouting programs with our community. As Girl Scouts celebrates its 107th anniversary and Boy Scouts marks its 109th anniversary, we wanted to remind our communities who we are. Scouts do more than sell cookies and popcorn — though that’s when the public sees them the most. Both organizations were formed to help girls and boys develop self-confidence and build their self-esteem while learning practical skills, raising outdoor awareness and developing leadership skills. Every year when our Scouts plan their year of activities, community service tops the list. If you look around your neighborhoods, especially in the spring and autumn of the year, you will see an outdoor project that involves Scouts. Cookie and popcorn sales help to pay for some of these projects. Over the past 60 plus years, Scouts in Four Oaks have completed hundreds of service projects. These projects have encouraged our young members to explore their communities, learn more about nature and have even helped them to gain knowledge about career choices. Some of the many service
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projects completed in our area are: planting trees, flowers and shrubs, gathering canned foods for the needy and for the Backpack Buddy Program, sponsoring families with meals and gifts during the holidays, picking up trash along the roadways and waterways, which includes participating in Project Big Sweep, gathering gently used clothes, toys and games to donate to shelters and having flag retirement ceremonies for United States and North Carolina flags. For the last 20 years we have been blessed to have a house to call our Scout meeting place. Joseph A. Johnson built the house for his daughter and son in law; Jessie J. and Wilson Creech. The Creeches raised six children, Joseph, Margaret, Philip, Carol, Kay and Joan in this house. Later, the house and lot on Highway 301 were purchased by Four Oaks Bank and Trust. The house consisted of five rooms, one bathroom, a kitchen and a back porch. Today, the hut has five rooms with two half-baths, and a closed-in back porch to make a long storage area. A deck was built off the back of the house with steps leading down to the back yard. The house also has a basement with a half-bath. The Four Oaks Civitan Club has sponsored local Scouts for years, and they wanted a permanent
home for local Four Oaks troops and packs to meet. Civitan members Jim Best and the late Edison Temple approached the bank about donating the house to the Scouts of Four Oaks, and the bank agreed. As long as there are Scouts in Four Oaks, we will get to use the building. In return for their donation, Four Oaks Bank and Trust asked that the house be named in honor of Edward Bert Lassiter. Lassiter was the former president of Four Oaks Bank and a past Four Oaks Boy Scout Scoutmaster. The E.B. Lassiter Scout Hut was dedicated on April 17, 1999.
have seen more than 500 Scouts pass through this building. Hundreds of these Scouts have earned the highest honors available in their Scouting Organizations. All of these awards require several hours of community service and a great deal of commitment from the Scout. What has been the most rewarding is that some of these young people have come back to be the leaders some of the troops and packs now. They are sharing their knowledge and love of Scouting with our newest members.
The Four Oaks Civitan club is still sponsoring the Scout hut and owns the property where the house is now located.
Currently, the Scout Hut is accommodating more than 100 Boy, Girl and Cub Scouts in Four Oaks.
To move the house to its current location, the Civitans helped form an organization called Friends of Scouting of Four Oaks, (FOSFO) in the summer of 1995. After moving the building, the organization helps maintain the house and seeks to serve all Four Oaks Scouting organizations by providing a safe, clean environment in which to meet.
In order to maintain the house, fundraisers are necessary to raise money to pay for utilities and repairs. The first fundraiser was held in November 1995. Since then, mud slings, pastry dinners, silent auctions, pizza sales, pancake breakfasts, tractor pulls concessions and volunteering at stations for the Atlantic Beach Tuna Runs have all helped to finance the Scout Hut.
FOSFO continues to hold monthly meetings on the fourth Thursday of each month to determine the needs of the Scout Hut. These meetings are open to registered Scouts and their parents.
We are in need of annual sponsors to help provide for the E. B. Lassiter Scout Hut. For more information, call Brenda Lee at Four Oaks Small Engine at 919-963-2054 or 919-868-8319.
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Cyoouandntroof Jnewre tlomoa theCoes fprien pag he dica t fea l bus ton ne a pirin ve, “ the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm re te h w c e v n r lo v oh s g g e o s r e b e l ri s w o l in N e g u o d t l p frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” srts,itfircst,heepar ee'reoundeedntstennteigcael brsyns,t anshinaziinnsnpty.sCitivs an s of to s d to ures ess ow. ight stor ood s h e n o n i Jo hin the po es. We on ies ne d Co or ie c a n hety. ca in fe hb u in n d e e iri o , d Co nds es o ere ated ture sses We an thegaztor.i Conewlocapohl nslte hineur hce yi evsitivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem h th s e Y a w r ag c unies ndrim ge ou re Yo te Jo at or sin th Nwe a l de ng nt “g lo n e ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezoinmmty. Cabso ane osr ogf h bto sur dl tohnusress, fresse poaw.'re ihghtdicastoerntofodcal b nsto a li insp itive ou'l belie e h nd c s” st h n ow noht oty. Ying in Joodhbo fin in pt eod w of e dun onut d loco Johad hinoca theton poiendes. geWeereon tedieseatnewusi n N ght iring , “g l ne ve app om an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim i n s u o t t e o n y u s d e p o l h e t v n . Y a r t o od er hat ier mu n tur absse e oW ghn thoursto ohnne s, f po e ple 're ur dicy e en ou cal tronst ew a mainsCo itivs a ou of belto she to t ndress” sess w. s the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm s W th to f e o s r e b e l ri s w ri l a h h c a v t f r b v on s lig g p u e nd 'l J ie h h h c p ostoriees. Y e b e ha ries new ind p peop ide o frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” set nidtics,geesar eereountedentseantueigusienrsy N,oanht aoziinrinngty.,C“gololcneovhnvse tihneappei insompm s a i s s s h n n e e t d C t y h t u t s o a o e p s n a w o h h o . t m r e e i i l n t y s Co nds es o ere ated ure ses We an thegaztori Co ewlocapol nste hineur ce i evitiv ur 'll nrovve et wspier agd c ou riesancrimof Jnouo sh. Yo thn J es bor ssien th . Wwe th detoront d nl bur ftion at pligr spi irinunve, abou'll liev pie nd c ” sto olitic le he n i d o e o n ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezoinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, frs. Ye pae b're eh hadiciaeseant ef wssinned N o eohpt odne og stty e“vgoout nyev e tha r sid omm ries s, cr a h n . le h thf ouori en d nouer f t p e o u ab im ow noht ty. Ying in oodhbo fin in peod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendou' geelieereppited ndeat” st sspolw an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim n r i o gh l ming C , “ s ll n s o ve to er to co ur or esiticW e e t f tur absse e .oWugohn thourstoJohnners,df ptohe pplee'reourediitcy etenyouusnintro Nonew t o a s ou go an ev f J th s sid th m es ies. Ys, ec beear ehar cosuans inewsnenigd p eopl our ity e ut y the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm t e w r r h v v w e r p h b a s s c e l i o d m o r l n g t e d Jo ” s hboli e h co ve o o s r f a h i l a p frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” set nidtics,geesar eereountedentseantueigsseersy. W,ean theazionriensty. dC neloecr foinhnst peinee oef insunpiosiabou'll imeievenoupiernty. com hn tor or tics ea un nts s s h g n n n t d C t u y h t u s t s Y t a o i s s s n a o h o h o . m t r e o i i l t y d i s e o W r p t e a t o p o e y w c n t g n v , u t h e l v n e i h r e d n p u e . t s b ' y o Co ds s o re ted re es e an theaz ori Co ewoca ol nst h ne r ce i evitiv ur ll n ov e t ws ier ag c ou riesan rim f J ou sh. Y th J s or Yo thbel we ap deand nt s”l bu poon plelig ur irin eve, yo ve r chat b ideourmuton s a, fri cr en . Y in n d o e o n nt stosin liticNo heht ocoug s en“go ur r finont pead of locnity Cobo enidme oug ou ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezoinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, fru'lle piaeve're hpiedr icacoem h n ow noht oty. Ying in Joodhbo fin in pt eod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendnev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesesss, wc. War en thntyt.orites inod nneigd provoeplneewosur al meveunutyt yos aonr c h ba r an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim ug n ou st oh n rs d p he plee'r ou edity te yo usntr N negh l ming C , “g s er s o t p to e o to un ur abes rim e no e h Yo s Jo ewhb olit rsy he , aco ag nt . C ur d on . o e s d i h n e o a t W n a e e n l s e s m , the we e d ten bu n N lig pirCo “g ds ver s oat re ideted mure aboses or e h bthe r l ori nsew , fri ol pa h e h r c icaev nt fur ineov owwst onag stou ooan fin f J eo sh f o th ity es ou. Yo e bel ug ap ur andhn s” orsics in ar ndunt azs in on neloc tro d o p h d tonsto, fri, cr theenowey. Yine Jotenighal bver frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” set nidtics,geesar eereountedentseantueigsseersy. W,ean theazionriensty. dC nelodc poohnpsle ihneur ec inesvepnosti youu'll r cieove bapielrocacosm r e im s h n n C o s ' o d h t b u t d d i lm m h s l t t t a o Co nds es o ere ated ture sses We ann thegaztor.i Conewlocapohl nslte hineur hce yi evsitivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem de a uCoieus nds e opagughre hur l edinstfeaors s agd coounriesancdrimof Jnoouo syh. Yoo thineJroes bpor. Yion thbel wehaep deandontwsa”l biuticston ear lighunpt irints iinve,r neeventrothat nesw r n e e e i e e n s i d e s i , s y h n N g b e o , t t “ o ' a p i . u a e d e s e g n u i e a r l s nt tosin cri ow not o . Y s Jo go ghrbfinverspeo s, of gaznityntay.bouandr coes obadereocacl atoen tCure, ma nty nd f Jo o s to t po Yo theeliewehape ds a ten” st buics,n Nar elig unspirnts, “geig verrsy at an idezinmmty. Caboloc orhnsh bneur l inshnsosi, fr 'll pa vee h ier icacom o r t o h n e m f i h p n ow noht oty. Ying in Joodhbo fin in t eod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveendnev ge thaeresidted meaties ss e . Wugh th ur orie ns d norsd p y inpleanodurine eveCot yolocntrof Jonetwo smad toou an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim gh l ming C , “ s er s o t p to e to un ur abes or e b e lo s ton ew , f oli th h w co de n nt ur al ve hn s hinga t tur absse e .oWughn thoursto ohnners,df pohe pplee'reourediitcy etenyouusnintro Nonew t e h c e o the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm e o s r e b e l ri s w ri l a h h c a v t f r e v w st onag stou gooandfin f J eo sh f o th ity es ou. Yocobel ad ap al and Cos” rsientidcs,e paar ee'reuntdy icas in nt fneibgusrsysto,naned azin p c un to s cri geno he. Y tedJo ea hbinein N w li frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” set nidtics,geesar eereountedentseantueigsseersy. W,ean theazionriensty. dC nelodc poohnpsle ihneur ec inesvepnosti youu'llntroievvenewpiem ty. rie an me s ug re ou tohn tur o ss the ow e s h nd Co or s a cr o n to ty. to in re hb s. in bd w h e a o w al liti to e a ou p tstiv r ne er th s,r saigaozmm Co nds es o ere ated ture sses We ann thegaztor.i Conewlocapohl nslte hineur hce yi evsitivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem i s f d l o o e i a n c d a a v d s C r Y s o t i n n a s n s h e i i e n a b r o th l e p e d t n” s us s, c N r eght ty.ing in J, “geiger y i t p nde one un onab locor f Jo btao rsloc thsetones rps, fer s. Ypa.gW r g c un s nd m J u h Yo h Jo n e ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezoinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, fru'lle piaeve're hpiedr icacoem t to in r o nouon Yo sto oh oo hbfoindn theop wef o deidty etenout al con hn d nhinal minsCoosiien ou e h n ow noht oty. Ying in Joodhbo fin in pt eod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendnev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesessimew. W gh th ur rie ns d n rs p e le 'reur ic ve t f yobu tro st e e a agpir untiveds ' an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim g i i u e n y d p l h e t n s li a in ty , a tur absse e .oW ghn thoursto ohnners, f po e ple 'reour dicy eten ouusintro No ewht omang sCo, “gos aer sfi of t peto es ofto ut niut resabeos. oYr ce b bae halocas atnon ews, froielitipcagheahecouantedntseatuur snineveor n w the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm es ous. r ce b ba e lo rie stows rie liti aghe he co at ve t fer n esve w. s, n ga toun odnd nd Jo op hi ouhe y e p ut ouonelied n pp l m d Co ” s nds, es r ere ty to in reseigss syNo,wangdhtzoineg s.toCo“g p o s h i t t u u ' e a o n f e o s t f e r n c a r e h n ” r i o o h t p frie ag e h dic fea ne w. t o ma g nty d nd ind Jo op s f oto t nit po t yYo onelied n ap al a n st nd cs, es r ere un d ts atu ig se sy Wean hezin iesy. C neloc po nsle he r c insvenosi you'll trovve ewier agcomunt tor s acrimof Jnoto s. Yo th Joh pohbes.in t . W w n t de rien s s h n n t d C t y h t u s l t s o a o s n d c ou rie ancrimof no o sy. Yo thin Jres bo . Yin t be w hae d an on wsal bitic ton ea lig unpir ts ive r nnev ersthas, asidazinmy. Cies nd e ohughhinur e in ns sitorsYohue e be'rehe dic s Co nds es o ere ated ture ses We an thegaztor.i Co ewlocapohl nslte hineur hce i evitivour 'll ntrovve et wspiem a i t i J i u s n u , o l e p e d t n” s us , N r e ht ty. ng n J “geiger y i t p nde o e n onab loc r s b e aoc sp on ve , fr 'll pa el h ha a h o r o h l r g n o e n s d irin C , “ ie nege iever p ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezoinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, fru'lle piaeve're hpiedr icacoem t to in cr o nouon Yo sto oh oo hbfoindn theop wef o deidty etenout al contonad n ligal m h n ow noht oty. Ying in Joodhbo fin in pt eod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendnev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesessimew. W gh th ur rie ns d n rs p e le 'reur ic ve t f yobu tro No e ht agg sot ungoondds vesr ofe teht an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim g i i s u , e e n y d p l h e t n . n r t t o u o o s s o n e C y h s, on az oriety. neandfindJoha tur absse e oW gh th ur to hnne s, f po e ple 're ur dic e en ou sintro No ew t oma g s o “go a r fi of peto es ofto ut niut resabeos. oYr ce b bae halocas atnon ews, froielitipcagheahecouantedntseatuur sninever w.wW the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaetedmm t C s e e y e w r d n r u r o h n v s v h w u e r r p l d o ” s nds, s r e e t ty. to in eseig sey eandtheine s C h c a b e l i s s n g t w o d J o h o o e o s r f l i l a p c un to s cri of no o Y th Jo p hb s.in be w ha deanodntes”loscapo frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” set nidtics,geesar eereountedentseantueigsseersy. W,ean theazionriensty. dC nelodc poohnpsle ihneur ec inesvepnosti youu'llntroievvenewpiem s o e h o t t r a m J l s h nd Co or s a cr o n to ty. to in re hb s. in bd w h e a o w al liti to e a ou p tstiv r ne er th s,r saigaozmm ohe lieve'reppidic cont fetori Co nds es o ere ated ture sses We ann thegaztor.i Conewlocapohl nslte hineur hce yi evsitivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem f J ou sh Yo th Jo s or Yo th el e ap de nd nt s” bu cs n ar lig nt irin ine, ne ve sy at ande in uy. Cieos and le oohunghhinuer loinsnstositiovrsY i a i e n u c m g r s n d e n o e e i a enht oy. Yg s Jo“goighr fi in pe d of e dnit nt bo ocar c stoba a ca pir n Ce,, fruie'll pnage thheer satedmm nt stosin, crN ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt buticso,n eNaraeligounspirnts, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, fru'lle piaeve're hpiedr icacoem o e y r d w i o e n ou n ou to hn od bo d th op e ou ed e n ut l b n n n lig l m ng o “go nd ev s at e ide to utnu h n ow noht oty. Ying in Joodhbo fin in pt eod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendnev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesessimew. W N h t t t e r u g t e ' y o v p i l e r r o p r r an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim gh l ming C , “ s er s o t p to e to un ur abes or e h bhe r loies stonnews, f oli pae h e h cocateen feaourusinoveow wst oangasto ntyod s anr fi f J eo shof oth tur absse e .oWughn thoursto ohnners,df pohe pplee'reourediitcy etenyouusnintro Nonew t h c e r ne d nd oh ple in u o the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm e o s r e b e l ri s w ri l a h h c a v t f r e v w st onag stou gooandfin f J eo sh f o th ity es ou. Yocobel ad ap al and Cos” rsientidcs,gesar eereuntyd tso inturenseiegssrsy. W,eandthzeineies. C n w e p c un to s cri of noto . Y th Jo p hbes.in be w ha deanodntes”loscapolist tonheaa frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” set nidtics,geesar eereountedentseantueigsseersy. W,ean theazionriensty. dC nelodc poohnpsle ihneur ec inesvepnosti youu'llntroievvenewpiem s o t h o t r a m J sto . C ne lo p hn le hin u he y esit ouu'l tro v ewp m nd Co or s a c o n to ty. to in re hb s. in bd w h e a o w al liti to e a ou p tstiv r ne e th s,r saigaozmm n s t W a e n g e u t fetorl ibuiscs, No s t ohue plievee'reppideicaconm Co ds s o re ted re es e an heaz ri o w ca ol st h e r c i v iv r l n v e t s ier ag c u ies n rim f J ou sh Y th J s or Yo th el e ap de nd nt s” bu cs n ar lig nt irin ine, ne ve rsy at ande in uy. Cies and le oohunghhinuer eloinsnstositiovrsY e , c n d o e o n o o e e i e e n p ' h i a o e s o i e d e s i a , t s y r h h b n N g b e s o , n t p t “ r o ' l a p s r i . u a n e d e nt stosin cr o not o . Yg s Jo go ghbfin in peod wof deity ntebou ca co tonad a l cal irinn Ce, “frie l nege thaer sided mutur abesri ma nty and f Jo o s to t po Yo theeliewehanpe ds a ten” slt buics,n Nar elig unspirnts, “geig verrsy at ansidezinmmty. Caboloce orhnsh bineur l inshnsosi, fru'll paevere h ier icacom h n u n ou to hn od o d th p e ou d e n t l b n n ig m g o go nd v s t e e to n e o s ow noht ty. Ying in oodhbo fin in peod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendnev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesessimew. W an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim gh l ming C , “ s er s o t p to e to un ur abes or egh tbhe r lories stonnerws, pf olei plae h're hr coicavteent feyaourustirnovNeowewhst oangastountyod s aenr foi f Jpetoo shof otheity sepout tur absse e .oWugohn thourstoJohnners,df ptohe pplee'reourediitcy etenyouusnintro Nonew t o a s ou go an fin f J eo s of th ity es ou. Y cobe adha cal an C s rie tics geea er un d ts i tur n es rs . W, a thzinrie . C ne d nd oh ple in ur in ve si the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm t e w r r h v v w e r n p h b a e r s s s n e s w l c ” i g e e o o s l l t a o n h n n y e d t r o f l s n t e i p d e n e n i o e d s e n p o o o m o e s i t s s e e , y h e p o b i , t t t n t frie pag 're h edic fea ine ow. t o manguntyodandfindf Joeopo s of oto ut nit pout .yYoconeliaed nhapcals a on ” st ndics,gesar eereounted nts atueigssersy. Wean theazinriesty. dC neloc pohnsle ihneur c insvenosi youu'll troevve ewpier agcomunst tords acrimofeJnoto s. Yo th Johs pigohbes.in et bed we hea deanodntes” oscaplolistitonheaa lci oupnirint s h n n C o s e t d h s l t t t u a o y i t fetoribuscs, Nor enght ty. ohue plievee'reppideicaconm Co nds es o ere ated ture sses We ann thegaztor.i Conewlocapohl nslte hineur hce yi evsitivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem agd coounriesancdrimof Jnoouo syh. Yoo thineJroes bpor. Yion thbel wehaep deandontwsa”l biuticston ear lighunpt irints iinve,r neeveerstyhast , asnidaezinmu. Ceos and le oohnghhinuer loinsnstositiovrsY es in cr w. ouon , r n e e e i e e n ' a s o i e d e s i a , t s y r h h b n N g b e s o , n t p t “ r o ' l a p r i . u a e d e e f s e g n b u i e a n p r l e s c l d f s g i o s h s u t n m n o , g a r a m e h o . n ” r i t nt to in cr o no o Y s Jo o hbfin n eo w f deity te ou ca co tonad l al irin C , “ ie nege thaer sid d utur abes im W gh ma nty nd Jo sh to t po Yo theeliewe ape d anten st bu cs,n N r elighuntypiri ts i“goighver sy ai t pandidezinemuy. Cabolocaorhnsh bae ar loinspnst sit,i frie'll npa veet heier iscact om u n ou to hn od o d th p e ou d e n t l b n n ig m g o go nd v s t e e to n e o s e e ow no t . Yng n od bo fin n eo w of d n onut l bco ton d li ca ir on ve nd ev ge ha re id ed mfeartiesessimew. W an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim gh l ming C , “ s er s o t p to e to un ur abes or egh tbhe r lories stonnerws, pf olei plae h're hr coicavteent feyaourustirnovNeowewhst oangastountyod s aenr foi f Jpetoo shof otheity sepout eys. oYr cb tur absse e .oWugohn thourstoJohnners,df ptohe pplee'reourediitcy etenyouusnintro Nonew t h c e r ne d nd oh ple in ur in ve sit ou ouo o the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm es ous. r ce b ba e lo rie stows rie liti aghe he co at ve t fer n esve w. st, onagastooungooadndfindf Joeopshif outheity ees pou.t Yocuonbeliaed nappal amnd Cos” rsientidcs,gesar eereuntyd tso inturenseiegssrsy. W,eandthzeineies. C n s n iv r w l e p o s h i t t u u ' e a o n f e o s t f e r n frie pag e h dic fea ine w. t o ma g ntyod nd ind Jo op s of oto t nit po t yYo onelied nhapcal a n ” st nd cs, esar ere un d ts atueig sersy Wean thezinriesy. C neloc pohnsle hne r c insvenosi you'll trovve ewier agcomunt tor s acrimof Jnoto s. Yo th Joh pohbes.in t be w ha deanodntes” oscaplolistitonheaa lci oupnirints ien, “gne'li s h nd Co or s a cr o n to ty. to in re hb s. in bd w h e a o w al liti to e a ou p tstiv r ne er th s, si az my. ie n e o ug hi u e i n s or Yohe lie e'r pp di c nt to b cs N r egh ty g J o Co nds es o ere ated ture sses We ann thegaztor.i Conewlocapohl nslte hineur hce yi evsitivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem i s f r d l s o h i e i a n c d a n a n v d s C r Y s o t s i n n a s t n v s e h e i i e n a b Y i n u J c t u g eariesusin, crow nout on. Yosto ohno h r o h l e p e d t n” s us s, c N r e ht ty.ing in J, “geiger y i t p nde one un onab locor nst bae aloc sp ton ive , fr 'll page t heercateomfm r g n o e n s dm J u h o . t i i i s c t n f e n m , ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezoinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, fru'lle piaeve're hpiedr icacoem o o u h i a t o in r ouon Yousto ohnoodhboind theop wef oudedty eten ut al bonon d n lig l mringCo “goendneves at re ided to un re aboss e Wegh theurrlioes h n ow noht ty. Ying in oodhbo fin in peod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendnev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesessimew. W an gaz . Co loca hnst ine he in sitiv fruie'll npagve 'tre hpieer dicd ct feoariessinecrim gh l ming C , “ s er s o t p to e to un ur abes or egh tbhe r lories stonnerws, pf olei plae h're hr coicavteent feyaourustirnovNeowewhst oangastountyod s aenr foi f Jpetoo shof otheity sepout eys. oYr cbebl adhapc tur absse e .oWugohn thourstoJohnners,df ptohe pplee'reourediitcy etenyouusnintro Nonew o i t h c n o p e s r n o g e . t a o i f the d we ine d nten l bu on N a lig spirCeo, “gndseveer s hoat eresidaeteodmm o f e t a f o i Y s t o s s t y e w n r u r h n u ocobel ad ap al and Cos” rsientidcs,gesar eereuntyd tso inturenseiegssrsy. W,eandthzeineies. Co ewds lod phnsle ihneur cinsvpentitivoeur onu'llntreovenewp e o s r ri l a h c av f b e l i s o d J o h o h ev w s n g t p c un to s cri of noto . Y th Jo p hbes.in be w ha deandnte ” sca olit ton eaa l ou irins in, “ ei ne vetha frie pag 're h edic t fea sine ow. ht o mianguntoyodandfindf Joeotpo s of oto ut nsit pout .yYocobneliaed nhaopcaels atons” set nidtics,geesar eereountedentseantueigsseersy. W,ean theazionriensty. dC nelodc poohnpsle ihneur ec inesvepnosti youu'llntroievvenewpiem ty. rie an me Jo ugsh ou e hn os o Y the lie e' pp di c nt to l b ics N r eigh nty g J go gh ve rs s h nd Co or s a cr o n to ty. to in re hb s. in bd w h e a o w al liti to e a ou p tstiv r ne er th s,r saigaozmm ins sto itivrs, ou p vere ie ca omfe rieus , c o n t o . Yst oh od bo r y i Co nds es o ere ated ture sses We ann thegaztor.i Conewlocapohl nslte hineur hce yi evsitivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem i s f r d l o h e i a n c d a a n v d s C r Y s o t i n n a s n s h e i i e n a b Y n u J c t g h m n i J i u s n u , o l e p e e e r ” g e h e n a o h r r n y t d t o l n o e o n s d nt stousin, crNo enhot oty. Yg s Jo“goighrbfin in penod wof e dneityonteboluocar costobnad aol calpirinn Ce, “frie'll naege thhaerr sitded mauturs ainbesrimw. Wughn thouorrie nstoners,fif ma unty and f Jo to s to t s po . Yo thbeeldiewehainpe ds antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at , ansidaezoinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, fru'lle piaeve're hpiedr icacoem hi u ugn t ou tor hn od o d the p e' ou d ev nt t y l b nt N n igh m g ou go nd ves o t pe t e to ni es o se e o e b e lo s a n ws s h h . g v ' p e nd t o s c o noht oty. Ying in Joodhbo fin in pt eod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveiendnev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesessimew. W l nd azin Con ocal nsto ne a e ins itivefrie'lnl npeagee trhe heier dsicacofeartiesinesrimw . ug n ou st oh n rs,d p he plee'r ou edity tenyo usntr N neght l ming C , “g s er s o t p to e o to un ure abes. or e bh bhe hr loices satonnerws, pfrolit plaeghree hr coicuateentfeaot urusirnoveowe.wst, oangastorntyo. d snanr finf Joeoopshof othety evpoust yso. Yr cboeliaedhnapcal nmd cCo”u h bthe r l ori nsew fr ol p h e h r c icaev t ur in ov owws o ag stou ooan fin f J eo s f o th ity s ou Y co e ad ap al n C s” ie ics e ar ere n d s i ur ne es rs W a thzin ies C ewd d hn le ineur ins eniti ur ou nt v ewpie a om we e d ten bu n N lig pirCo, “g ds ver s oat pre idetedmmure abosese oW e d c ou s nd , c s o e t ty. to n J es ig sey i e nd e e a on s loc po st he a co pi tsve n 'll ro e t s r s ga pa 're edi t fe sine ow ht o minguntoodandfindf Joeoto s of to unsi pout .yYrocobneliad haocaes atons” sienidticsageesar ereountedentfseantueiegsseersy. W, ann theazionrienty. d nd lodc poohnplehineur ec inevepost yoou'llntrloievenewpiem nt tori s a rim f Jnouo s Yo theoh pohb s. n thbel wehapdednd ten” st al liticon ar lig unring in, “geignevverhat , anidez ge he ca atu ss . W n tag stoy. C ne lo p hnple hinou thety esi ouu'l tr ev ne pp l m nd Cotor s a, c o en to ty. to in re hb s. in e bd h e s aCo ew al liti sto he a ousp ntsitiv ur ne ve th s,r saigaozmm i t feoribus s, No enht ty. s Jo oo hboer sy pe d pieicacom insnst sitiorsYoueJoy e n v r t ande in uy.Ward, ies ndrim f J ou sMissy heaz to s b c n ar ligh nt irin Director, Ces nd e oohnghhinuer lHampton, e w a pde nd nteJoan e an left Y th J s porsYo th with ri right, e r c i v tiv Chamber r l n ov e ws ieBoard p ev 'reMcGee, o w ca oTim s a s of re to tePictured e Cecelia Banks, l s h Barbour, r ag c unPresident, d t res es. are, ouon Yo tor hn d n rs fin in t op w No en t y. g in J, “goeigehr sf y ainTabitha dic co n”t stousisn,Pritchett, pe d wof e dnityonateboloLatissa ty. ab lo e oohnghhineour e inohMedlin os , fru'lle plievee'repHTR, c r c stoba aoca piron ve,, frie'll nage thhe r s ted matu s ainecrimw. W c i Yo thbeeldi wehainpees antesn” slt biutictso,n eNaraeligounnspei ntes, “gneigeveersthy at , ansidaezoinmm p nd Jo o g t u ie s e , d h l e n Y i o o s r s n o w o o i c r . C lo hn hin the siti f u'll p eve 're pideednd t feori sin cr ow noht ty. ring in oo hbor fin in peod w o e dunCoout al r costobad a llocaspisrtonitiveien neav ge thher siadtedmmfeariesessme . Wugn thourtori hnsod bor d pthe plee'rouredicev ntuft yal bountrn Nd nelighltmiangCsou“goondsevees oat rpe tiode oto ut nirtyes bosusese o e bh bhae hr locs atnon wCs”frienpole pe igh l in C , ds e s at e t e t untu a es o e h b e lo es to ne s, ol pa h e h co at en eaou si ov ow ws o ga to nty d a r f f J eo s f he epo t y . r c e d ap al d o st d itic rie neag th h and im . ugon YPrincipal. n N npictured. e a in vePrincipal Jo d n rs d Brandy the pl e' f o ePeters ity nte yobis on cal sto Assistant icacDavid nnot atues aessPearce, r u o s o “ r o r m t i r n h d n i f e o W g e b o o e e w n n n p r e r s o c t u t s h e n s e h s u r n p e m r o , o t g p . . v e . e d ten bu n N lig pirCo “g ds ver s oat pre ideted m re boes or e h bthe r l ori nsew , fri ol pa h e h r c icaev nt fur ineov owwst onag stou ooan fin f J eo sh f o th ity s ou Yocobel ad ap al and C s” rienics gesar ereunt d ts inturene es rsy W, an thzin ies C ewd l d hn le ineur ins enitiv uYr ouonltievenewpiemacomuntories an d e n o p e n i o e d s e n p o c o e o si ht in u o a f f e to o t u s u . cobe ad h ca s tons” en tic ge ar ereou ted nt ea ei ss rs . W, a thaz ri ty d lo poh ple in ur e i ev o t y u'l tr iev ne piema c u sto ds, c o en toy. Yo t J s igh es in e b d he d an nt s” oc ol sto he a oupir ts e, ne'll nrov th s, r s ga my. Cs a t e o o n lie n ap l an Csto ds s, c s o en tonty tos i tur gh es y i e nd e inees . C newca oli nst he a conspentsiti ourl n ovee t ws r s gaomnty rie anrim f Joou sh ouheohnpo bo . Y th el we ap ed d en st al bitic n ar lig nt ing in “g ighev ersat anidezin un on he dica featu ness w. W on g sntoty. d nned ilnod Jpohopleshinf oou thnityposti yY h s n e b . n b e d o r a a o e ie ' p i c t eori us s, No enht y. st Jo ood boer y pe d o e dity h , u g s v e . z m. l t o e re ted re es e the rieCo w ca ol nst h e r ce inev tivouur 'll ntrovve et wspiem e c r ag co unies ndrim f J ou sh Yo th Jo s or Yo th el we ap de nd nt sn” sbuiscs, nc Nar leightntyir.ing ineJ, “gneivgerrsy ai t panidde oine unCosnabd locorhnsht binaeraloicnspstonitivres, foru'll pagveret heiercateomfm ouon Yo or hn n rs fin in t op wef ou ed e s b t . o to iri C , ie n e h r si d atu s aine rimw. W po Yo elie hap s antesn” slt biuticso,n eNaraeligounspeirntes, “gneigeveerrshy at ,pansidaezinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, frui 'llenpiaeve're hpiedr icacoem g t u ie st e , d h le 'r Jo i t to in r o nouon Yo sto oh oo hbfoindn theop wef o deidty etenout al conon d n ligal m s t h n t u s h h t o s ur rie ns d n rs p e le 'reur ic ve t f yobu tro No e ht ang sou“ngoondsevesr oaf t peetode oto ut nirtyes bposusese ore bh bhae hr locs anon wCs”frienpole pahee hreco ow noht oy. Ying in Joodhbo fin in t eod w of e dun onut al bco tonad a lioca pirtontiveend ev ge thaeresidted mfeartiesessimew. W g t h h ca nsto ine a e in itive 'll ne ve th pier d cofeariesinecsrim w g . Wug n ou st oh n rs,d p he plee'r ou edity tenyo usntr N ne ht l ming C , “g s er s o t p to e o to un ure abes. or e b b e h loc s aton ew , frolit paghe h couate nt eat ur sin ve w. s, onga tor ty. d nan fin Jo opsh f ohe ev ost yo. Y coelied nap al md c ousto dsitics gear ere t e lb s s m , u s a a e e a s a o o z e h v u n i u t e i c i i f e o i i w o r o id in p r c n ewd l d phn le ne r cns enitiv ur ou' ntr ve ewpie agomntyrie an , c s o n l h r “ e o p r s, onagastoruntoodnd indf Joeopshinf outhety es pout Youontelied nappal mnd Cosu” siendcs, esar ere tntyd. to in urenseigssesy iWeandtheinees C o o r s p t fe usin Now ight iring goo er fin t peo e o muens bpoust . oYr ceobebade halocriaes stowns”frienliticagheeahr erceouatevdent tferaneiesvsersw. W h l s o d t r e f n l a n s o a o s a m . a loim J h t J t s p f o ity os yoou n lie n p l and Csto ds s, c s o en tonty tos intureghbes.y in eandhezhineiesy.aConelowcapolitnslte hee ar coinusvpentsityivou'rll nreovvee ethwiser sagcaomntyto. ries acnrimof Jnoouo shYoutheohnpohsbos. nY thbeeliwehapdednd tcen”t sctoal blititcosn eNar elighunirtying in,J“goeignhevverhsat , asnidezineunC atu ess . W on onbo c e s dn d e ' p i g b o , s e . o r a z m l res es e the torie ews poli le he ur c eveitiveur 'nll ntrovvee ethwspiem e rieus , c o nout on. Yosto ohnod boer r fiy inpeod woef o diety etenutt yal b r ag co unies ndrim f J ou sh Yo th Jo s or Yo th el we ap de nd nt sn” sbuiscs, nc Nar leightntyir.ing ineJ, “gneivgerrsy ai t panidde oine unCosnabd locorhnsht binaeraloicnspstonitivres, foru'll pagveret heiercateomfm irin C , “ ie ne e ha resid d auturs ainbesrimw. W po . Yo belie hap s a ” st tics, ar e oun nts, “geigeverrsy at ,pansidaezinmmty. Caboloce oorhngsh bineur el inshnpsossi, frui 'llenpiaeve're hpiedr icacoem gh th urries stonews, fnr d ptheple 'reur dicven feoau t fetoriine rimow.nouon Yo sto oh oo hbfoindn theop wef o deidty etenout al conon d n ligal m e n g s t e n t d t o h s a c n o e o a o l sit u'll e e e t a v o g t e o h i e a i t n i y i s u u ive n ve th pier d co ries crim nou . Yo n Jood bnorfsindn theop weof o denityonutet y l bcuonton dN n ligchalpirinon vCe, ndsevegesthatre tideed tmuatues sasese oWegh tbheur loriesnstdo ners, pole plae h're hr coicavt ent feyaoubustirovNowewht oagastountoyodds aer fof Jpetoo s of theity sepout eys. or cbebadhaopcaal nd Cso” sendolitipcageahr eroeuntedts int s n h e , p e le 're ur di e n ou si tro o ew t oma g s ou“go anr finof pe o s of o t nityres bo . Yr cobe adha ca an n Cws frieitic geea er un ed ts tu r n nesers . W u r . nend ind oh plehinour in ve sit ouYouonliev ne pi maco untori s a s, es en toty. to , “g eve at sid mm ab e o gh s, n ga tor nt od d d Jo op hinouhe e pout ou nt lie n pp l m d ou” s nds, s r e e t ty. to in reseig sey i ,eandthzeineies C ws lo pons h e a cosp ntsive r n 'll tro e wser gammty. es nd cr of ou shYo o oo r fi pe e o un out r co bad r loc nstows”frieonlitipcagheeahercocuatevent feranenesvsersw. 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First and third Tuesdays, 6 p.m. Smithfield Lions Club Golden Corral, Smithfield This group gathers for fellowship and a meal (self-paid), and the meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. Come learn about the club and how it helps with local community service projects. For more information contact, Karen Brown at 919-934-2555. Second Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. Johnston County Chapter of National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees Golden Corral, Smithfield Join the Johnston County Chapter of National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees for their monthly meeting on the second Wednesday of each month at Golden Corral. Stay up to date on the latest educational programs and federal and state legislation affecting current federal employees and retirees. To learn more, email email@example.com. Second Wednesday, noon The Woman’s Club of Clayton meeting 109 Church Street, Clayton The Woman’s Club of Clayton (TWCC) is a nonprofit philanthropic organization made up of professional women who share a common goal: to work together to improve our local community, socially, physically, culturally and educationally. Please consider joining us and help serve those in need of assistance. TWCC meets at noon the second Wednesday of each month (except June, July and August). Second Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Johnston County Writers Group Selma Public Library Facilitated by retired educator Gary Ridout, check out the Johnston County Writers Group and meet visiting local authors, hear craft talks, enjoy networking and more. Free to the public. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Third Wednesday, 11:45 a.m. Clayton Women in Networking meeting Rainbow Lanes, Clayton Clayton WIN’s core purpose is to support emerging and established women entrepreneurs, leaders and other professionals, empowering them through mentoring, learning, development and professional networking thereby giving back to the community. For more information, visit www.ClaytonWin.com.
Third Monday, 6-7:30 p.m. Kiwanis Club of Clayton, N.C. Cleveland Draft House, U.S. 70 Business The Kiwanis Club of Clayton, N.C., serves the community with emphasis on school youth Kiwanis programs. It advises two local high school KEY (Kiwanis Educating Youth) clubs and one elementary school club and meets each month. For more information, email president Jack Tucker at email@example.com or call 805-3779573. Third Tuesday Widowed Persons Fellowship Group Parkside Cafe, Pine Level The Widowed Persons Fellowship Group, Johnston County, cordially invites widowed males and females to join them at their monthly self-pay dinner meeting. There is no charge to join their group. Come and see what they’re all about. Call 919-965-3865 with any questions. Third Tuesday Johnston County African-American Caucus meeting Smithfield The Johnston County African-American Caucus meets every third Tuesday of the month at 17 Noble St. in Smithfield at Dr. Gettys Cohen Jr.’s office. For additional information, email dwcsw610@yahoo. com. Every Thursday, 6:45 a.m. Clayton Rotary Morning Club Rainbow Lanes, Clayton Every Thursday morning, 70 serviceminded people, representing all ages, genders and races meet at Rainbow Lanes in Clayton. Breakfast is served at 6:45 a.m. and the hour-long meeting starts sharply at 7 a.m. Every Thursday, 8-10 a.m. Plant a Row for the Hungry - Johnston County JCC Arboretum Volunteers plan and take care of vegetable gardens and an orchard year round, and all of the harvest is donated to local soup kitchens and food pantries. No previous gardening experience is required and training is provided. Adults welcome, and anyone under 16 must be accompanied by a parent. For more information, please contact Tiffany at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Thursday, 12 p.m. Central Johnston County Rotary Club The Central Johnston County Rotary Club meets every Thursday for lunch at the Johnston Medical Mall and serves the Smithfield and Selma areas. Every Thursday, 6:15 p.m. Clayton Area Toastmasters meetings JCC Workforce Development Center, Clayton Clayton Area Toastmasters is a public speaking club in affiliation with Toastmasters International. For more, visit claytontm.com. Every Third Friday, 6-9 p.m. Free Carriage Rides Downtown Smithfield The Downtown Smithfield Development Corporation hosts free carriage rides, starting on the corner of Third and Market, around the beautiful, historic downtown area each month. Have dinner and drinks at locally owned restaurants, catch a movie at the Howell Theatre and enjoy some small town charm. First Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Four Oaks American Legion meeting American Legion Building, Hwy. 301, Four Oaks All veterans are encouraged to attend the monthly meeting of Four Oaks American Legion Post 346 on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
Third Thursday, 6 p.m. Four Oaks American Legion Ladies Auxiliary meeting American Legion Building, Hwy. 301, Four Oaks All veterans’ wives are encouraged to attend the monthly meeting of Four Oaks American Legion Post 346 on the third Thursday of each month at 6 p.m.
First Friday of the month, 7:30-9 a.m. Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce Member Breakfast Triple Barrel Tavern, Garner Join the Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce for its free member breakfast each month. Contact the chamber at 919773-8448 for more information.
Third Friday Clayton Area Parkinson’s Group All people with Parkinson’s and their caregivers are invited to learn, socialize and exchange ideas in friendly and casual meetings. Meeting locations and times vary. To learn more, call Mark or Jane Wilson at 919-359-0633 or 919-631-2628. Or email retiredones@ earthlink.net.
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Friday, April 5, 6 p.m. Benson’s First Friday Visit Downtown Benson for its monthly First Friday event. Participating shops will remain open until 9 p.m. Some shops will offer light refreshments (i.e: wine, beer, etc.) DIY projects, crafts or an exclusive First Friday sale. There will also be a food truck set up in Benton Square. Saturday, April 6, 6 a.m. Yard Sale and Bake Sale Smithfield Rescue Mission, Glenn Street Come out for a yard sale and bake sale to benefit the Smithfield Rescue Mission. All proceeds will go to the mission, and to help men, women and children in our community. You’ll also have the opportunity to tour the mission and learn more about what we do. Saturday, April 6, 8 a.m. Customer Appreciation Day C.E. Barnes Store Check out Customer Appreciation Day at C.E. Barnes Store. There will be food trucks, local vendors and kids’ activities. For more information, call 919-553-6551. Saturday, April 6, 8:30 a.m. Johnston County Writers Conference Selma Woman’s Club, West Oak Street, Selma Unbox your creativity at the Johnston County Writers Conference, hosted by the Johnston County Writers Group. Session 1 will feature “The Road to Publication,” by Stephanie Allen of BLF Press in Clayton while Session 2 will focus on “How to Pitch Perfect” with Diane Wolfe of Dancing Lemur Press in Goldsboro. The cost is $20, which includes a box lunch from Hula Girl Café. At 1 p.m., the doors open for a FREE book talk and book signing with Celia Rivenbark, New York Times best-selling author and newspaper columnist. For more information, email brookshire1014@ verizon.net or call Cindy Brookshire at 919202-5990. Saturday, April 6, 9 a.m. Clayton Health and Wellness Expo The Clayton Center The Church at Clayton Crossings Come and get some great information about Health and Wellness with local businesses. There will be prizes given away every 15 minutes, and you can hear health and wellness speakers from the community. Saturday, April 6, noon Open House Amelia Grace Animal Hospital Amelia Grace Animal Hospital is hosting an open house on April 6. There will be door prizes, pet portraits, a wellness panel for cats and dogs, gift baskets, a microchip clinic, teddy bear surgery, pet photo booth and more. For more information, call the hospital at 919-243-8105.
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Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. Jade’s Jam 2019 Benson Singing Grove Come be a part of the fifth-annual Jade’s Jam, where they strive to bring the community together to support furbabies in need. There will be animal rescue groups, animal welfare organizations, direct sales vendors, crafters, artisans, food trucks, music and more.
Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. 2019 GHUMC Carry your Cross Run Double Barley Brewing Mark your calendar for Greater Heights United Methodist Church Carry Your Cross 5K Run/Walk. This year’s event will be held at Double Barley Brewing.
Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. WJHS Annual Car/Truck Show & Cornhole Tournament West Johnston High School Help support Wildcat Athletics at the 2019 West Johnston High School Annual Car/ Truck Show & Cornhole Tournament. For additional information, or to register online, visit www.wjhswildcatclub.com.
Saturday, April 6, 7 p.m. Brother Lucky in concert Double Barley Brewing Check out Brother Lucky, live at Double Barley Brewing.
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Saturday, April 6, 8 a.m. Johnston County Master Gardener Plant Sale Clayton Community Center Johnston County’s annual Master Gardener Plant Sale will take place Saturday, April 6. Natives, annuals, perennials, vegetables, herbs, house plants and more — from the usual to the unusual — will be sold at very reasonable prices. Trees and shrubs grown by local nurseries and a selection of handmade crafts and garden art are also for sale. Proceeds from the sale help fund the school and community outreach programs run by the Johnston County Extension Master Gardeners Volunteer Association.
April 12-13 10th-annual Classic Antique Power Farm Heritage Days Benson Chamber Park Don’t miss the 10th-annual Classic Antique Power Farm Heritage Days at the Benson Chamber Park on April 12-13. There will be a large display of antique tractors and farm equipment, a Parade of Power, field demonstrations, food and craft vendors and entertainment. This event will be held rain or shine. For more information, contact Steven Stanley at 919291-5648. More information is available at classicantiquepower.com.
April 13, 10 a.m. Clayton’s Sesquicentennial Celebration On Saturday, April 13, the Town of Clayton is throwing a birthday bash in Town Square. Enjoy a giant birthday cake, free ice cream, food trucks, music, free kids inflatables, entertainment and have the first sip of a special 150th anniversary beer by Deep River Brewery.
Friday, April 12, 8 a.m. Good Morning Clayton Clayton Chamber of Commerce Start your morning off in Clayton by sharing your business news, giving your 20-second commercial to the group and leaving with new contacts and deeper relationships.
Friday, April 12, 5 p.m. Bingo Night Clayton High School Join us for a fun filled night of Bingo. The Clayton High School Marching Comets are hosting a bingo night in the Clayton High School Cafeteria. There will be a dinner, bingo and awesome prizes. Cash prizes up to $150. $40 Entry gets you nine games and supper. Childcare provided for potty trained children. https://www.facebook. com/events/250260015912712/
Friday, April 12, 9:30 p.m. Rockzilla in concert Cleveland Draft House, Clayton Check out Rockzilla, live at Cleveland Draft House.
Saturday, April 13, 8 a.m. Capturing Our Past: Painting Class Tobacco Farm Life Museum, Kenly For more details, call the museum at 919-284-3431.
Saturday, April 13, 8 a.m. Four Oaks Car, Truck, Motorcycle show and Swap Meet The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce will host a car, truck, motorcycle show and swap meet in Downtown Four Oaks on April 13. In addition to the show and swap meet, visitors will also enjoy Take Apart T, a show presented by the Antique Automobile Club of America/Triangle Chapter. A crew will dismantle a 1917 Model T car, put it back together, crank it up and drive it all in a matter of 10 minutes! There will be a raffle, food trucks, music and more. For more information, call the chamber office at 919963-4004 or email info@fouroakschamber. com. Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m. Selma Saturdays Arts and Crafts Market Gather with friends and enjoy live local entertainment and browse local artists with hand-crafted items For complete information, please contact, Melissa Dooley at 919-965-9841, ext. 8003 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m. Johnston Health Champions 5K & 10K Johnston Health, Smithfield The eighth-annual CHAMPIONS 5K & 10K event, presented by HealthQuest Fitness and Wellness Center, is a timed run and fun walk event for all ages and fitness levels. For more information, check out www.runsignup.com/champions5K.
Saturday, April 13, 10 a.m. Great Egg Scramble Selma Middle School Check out the annual Great Egg Scramble, presented by the Selma Parks and Recreation Department. Grab your basket and get ready to find colorful eggs. Children, in their age group, will hunt for eggs that were left behind by Peter Cotton Tail. Prizes will be awarded in each age division for children who find the “special” eggs. For more details, email Melissa Dooley at mdooley@ selma-nc.com or call 919-975-1411. Saturday, April 13, 11 a.m. Fundraiser and auction Lanwood Chapel Church Don’t miss the second-annual BBQ pork plate sale followed by an auction. Door prizes will also be available for only $1 per ticket. The auction will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 13, 1 p.m. Writing Workshop Public Library of Johnston County and Smithfield Sway Writes is promoting this free writing workshop open to anyone who enjoys writing and looking for a safe space to share their craft. Feel free to come with poetry, a story that you’re working on or even a school essay you need help with.
Saturday, April 13, 7 p.m. Taylor Schiess in concert Vinson’s Pub + Eatery Check out Taylor Schiess, live at Vinson’s Pub + Eatery. Saturday, April 13, 8 p.m. Lee Roy Parnell in concert The Clayton Center Check out Lee Roy Parnell, live at The Clayton Center. Saturday, April 13, 9 p.m. Cross 13 in concert Flipside, Clayton Check out Cross 13, live at The Flipside. Sunday, April 14, 3 p.m. Easter Egg Hunt Smithfield Community Park Bring out the kids to collect Easter eggs and meet and greet with the Easter Bunny. Everyone will receive a small gift from the Easter Bunny. Please bring an Easter basket and don’t be late for an important date. Sunday, April 14, 1 p.m. Community Garden Volunteer Work Day Artmosphere, Raleigh Road, Clayton If you love gardening and want to be part of something beautiful, join Artmosphere for our community garden work day. You will have the opportunity to get to know, prepare and plant the multiple beds for the upcoming season. Snacks and drinks will be provided.
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Friday, April 26, 6 p.m. Last Friday in Clayton Last Friday in Clayton’s main purpose is to showcase all the amazing things downtown Clayton has to offer. On the last Friday of the month, from 6-10 p.m., local businesses open their doors for free events, exclusive savings and lots of fun. Neighborhood design studios, eateries and bars stay open late, put on extraordinary events and regularly offer refreshments. For more information, call Andria Merritt, Ambassador at Large for Last Friday in Clayton, at 919-747-148 or email andria@ lastfridayinclayton.com.
Saturday, April 27, 8:30 a.m. Walk to De-feet Dementia Selma Civic Center Johnston County will host its fifth-annual walk on Saturday, April 27. Walk to Defeet Dementia benefits Dementia Alliance of North Carolina (formerly Alzheimers North Carolina). The event will include a walk, miraculous mile run, vendors, food, music and fun. For more information, contact Sanjay Das at 919-600-1679 or email@example.com.
Saturday, April 27, 9 a.m. Strawberry Festival Garner Check out the annual Strawberry Festival, presented by the Greater Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit www. greaterclevelandchamber.com/strawberryfestival1.html. Saturday, April 27, 9 a.m. Fourth-annual Annie D. Jones Child Enrichment Fund 3K Walk Smithfield Community Park, Smithfield A walk to benefit the Annie D. Jones Child Enrichment Fund is set for Saturday, April 28, at Community Park on Booker Dairy Road in Smithfield. All proceeds will fund scholarships to help disadvantaged children attend summer camp and other recreational and cultural activities. Saturday, April 27, 10:30 a.m. Fifth-annual Susan S. Allen Memorial Golf Tournament Riverwood Golf Club Each golfer receives range balls, 18 holes of golf, a light lunch, buffet dinner and, in celebration of our fifth year, they are giving polo shirts as a golfer gift. This year, tournament proceeds will benefit the Caring Community Foundation of N.C. The cost is $80 per player through April 15.
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JCPS school social workers photographed are: Front row (left to right) — Kristen Percy, Phyllis Brown, Ashlie Pope, Elizabeth Ashley, Susan Kelly and Nan Jones. Second row — Danielle Pleasant, Serreda Jenkins, Michele Norman, Jamie Sessoms, Whitney Kelbaugh, Julie Hodge and Carla Pearce. Third row — Anita Godwin, Brittany Shedrick and Gay Hicks. SMITHFIELD — Johnston County Public Schools celebrated National School Social Work Week from March 4-8 by showcasing the role school social workers play in the lives of students. JCPS school social workers joined thousands nationwide participating in the week, themed “Lucky Enough,” to highlight their vital role in helping students meet the academic, social and emotional challenges on the road to becoming successful and productive young adults. Students and staff throughout JCPS are sharing the reasons why they are lucky enough to work with a school social worker. “The connections and relationships that are built through the efforts of social workers enable students to find success both in school and in their future endeavors,” said JCPS Director of Social and Emotional Learning Dr. Amanda Allen. More than 37,000 students in the district’s 45 schools are served by 17
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