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2018 Area Guide & Membership Directory

Celebrating 47 years of Service to Business & Community


This book is intended as a guide to the best in goods and services to be found throughout the greater Havelock area For the visitor who may be considering moving here, it is intended as an overview, a showcase of all the area has to offer. For the new or long-time resident, we hope the articles, photographs, and information will add to your knowledge and enjoyment of the area. A portion of the proceeds from this book goes directly to The Greater Havelock Area Chamber of Commerce for its work in the community. 2018 Area

NCCOAST 201 N. 17th St. Morehead City, NC 28557 Phone:(252) 247-7442 Email: editor@nccoast.com All rights reserved. No articles, information or graphics contained herein may be reproduced without prior written permission from the publisher. All contents are property of nccoast. Content & Copy Editor Bruce Fortin, Sue Cline Havelock Chamber of Commerce Designer Kim LaChance, Billy France Photography Bruce Fortin, Havelock Chamber of Commerce Drew Wilson, Havelock News Taylor Pigg Lance Cpl. Jason Jimenez

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This volume was produced by NCCOAST, under the auspices of and by prior agreement with The Greater Havelock Area Chamber of Commerce. While all information contained herein has been carefully researched and proofread to ensure utmost accuracy, neither NCCOAST nor The Greater Havelock Area Chamber of Commerce is responsible for errors or omissions of any kind. We appreciate the assistance of all those who helped make this volume possible.

HOW TO REACH US Mailing address: P.O. Box 21, Havelock, NC 28532 Physical address: 201 Tourist Center Drive, Havelock, NC 28532 (252) 447-1101 Website: havelockchamber.org Email:info1@havelockchamber.org Visitors Information Center – (252) 447-0014

You don’t have to travel for world-class learning opportunities in some of today’s hottest careers. Enjoy small class sizes, a quality education and low tuition _ right here in Craven County. We offer classes on campus and online. Our college transfer courses are accepted at all 16 of North Carolina’s public universities like ECU and N.C. State. • Two-Year Associate Degrees • Nursing and Healthcare programs • Robotics and Computerized Machining • Engineering partnership with N.C. State • Small Business Center • Workforce Development Certifications Financial aid and scholarships are available. Apply today!

New Bern Campus 800 College Court (252) 638-7200

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Havelock Campus 305 Cunningham Boulevard (252) 444-6005

MCAS Cherry Point Office Marvel Training & Ed. Bldg. (252) 444-6000


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n behalf of The Greater Havelock Area Chamber of Commerce, we are pleased to present the 2018 Area Guide and Membership Directory. We are proud to promote our businesses and community to our members, local residents, and visitors to our area. The Chamber understands that in order to have a strong economic environment you must have a strong community. We are truly blessed to have leaders, business owners, educators and citizens who realize that we all share in the commitment and responsibility of creating economic success and happiness within our community. We are an active Chamber that looks to advance its members’ growth and prosperity, and provide increased opportunities and value for its membership. The Chamber advocates for and unites the business community, conveys business interests to policy-makers and advances the region’s economic health. To carry out this mission, the Chamber serves as the voice of business and involves the public sector in community leadership. In addition to vibrant Military Affairs Committee work in partnership with Marine Corps Air Station Cherry

investment and get involved. There are opportunities for all types of needs, interests, and schedules. Contact the Chamber staff and they will help you customize your membership to your needs. If you don’t have time to attend meetings and events, know that we are here for you and your business and will continue to be your resource for information and assistance.

Bruce Fortin, Executive Director Point, The Greater Havelock Area Chamber provides unique opportunities for members. This includes our special events including the Annual Salute to the Veterans Dinner, Military Family of the Quarter Dinners and Havelock Chili Festival. Our more regular events include our “Lunch & Learn” luncheons and Business After Hours as well as community business ribbon cuttings. Our popular events provide our members an opportunity to network and meet new people, no matter what their schedule allows. If you are not already a member of the Chamber, we invite you to join us by going to www.HavelockChamber. org or by calling (252) 447-1101. If you are already a member, please take full advantage of your membership

Please do not hesitate to stop by the Chamber office, send us an email at admin@havelockchamber.org or give us a call at (252) 447-1101. Sincerely, Bruce Fortin

Sue Cline, Administrative Assistant

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Board of Directors George Cook, Chairman

Daniel Spangler, Vice Chairman

Individual

A Dog’s Dream

Mary Eastman, Secretary

Chris Rocci, Treasurer

TAGG/Whiteman’s Engraving

First Citizens Bank

Shannon Adcock

Michele Leo

Cindy Springston

BB&T

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Havelock Pregnancy Resource Center

Cindy King

Megan McGarvey

Brenda Wilson

Holiday Inn

CarolinaEast Health System

Keller Williams Crystal Coast

Barb Krcmar

Mike Sprague

Easter Seals – Craven Cherry Point Child Development Center

Edward Jones Investments

Ex-Offico Frank Bottorff

Timothy Downs

Dr. Raymond Staats

City of Havelock

Craven County Economic Development

Craven Community College

Ken Buday Havelock News

Leanna Radford FRC-East

Sue Thatch Federal Managers Association

Larry Squires MCAS Cherry Point

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Mission Statement

Our Mission is to strengthen and promote business in the Havelock region to facilitate a robust economic and community environment.

Our Vision

Our Vision is to be Havelock’s voice for business and community success 4

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elcome to Havelock, a city in transition with a vision towards the future. We are a wonderful city with a beautiful year round climate that has many activities to match it, including an annual Salute to the Veterans Dinner, the Freedom Festival, Music in the Park, National Night Out, and Annual Chili Cook-off and Christmas events such as a parade and community tree lighting. Havelock has a state of the art Tourist and Event Center that hosts a multitude of events from conferences and weddings to Marine Corps Balls and birthday parties. It also houses the Eastern Carolina Aviation Heritage Foundation. This group curates our aircraft collection and the dynamic and varied displays that are open for the public to enjoy every day. Their mission is to preserve the history of aviation in our region, and to encourage the next generation of aviation leaders through the use of education. Next to the Tourist and Event Center, we have

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the Slocum Creek Waterfront Park. This park provides access to some of our most beautiful natural resources of wilderness and water through opportunities to picnic, hike, kayak and fish. This park is one of many examples of the extensive recreation opportunities that are already available in Havelock. As we navigate forward, the city is focused on providing citizens and businesses a responsive and efficient government. Our new city hall is an integral piece of that plan as it brings all of our core services under one roof. Our infrastructure is a main concern and is being maintained and expanded to best provide for our current citizens and accommodate healthy growth. We maintain a bright outlook on Havelock’s future and our priority is encouraging that outcome. Havelock is the gateway to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. There is a long history of cooperation and partnership, and we take our role very seriously as we look to strengthen and grow that relationship. We are honored to be a community that can work and play alongside the heroes and their families that call Cherry Point home. Take some time to enjoy everything that Havelock has to offer. We are certain that you will find your place within our vibrant community. Sincerely, Mayor Will Lewis

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HISTORY H avelock has always welcomed visitors. Our lovely woods and creeks and Neuse River welcomed some of the earliest settlers in America. The area boasted permanent plantation sites as early as 1707 and provided plenty for the woodsmen, fishermen, and farmers living here before the American Revolution. The area welcomed the coming of the railroad in 1858, at a time when a British General was gaining worldwide fame for his heroic rescues of hostage citizens during a bloody uprising in India. When the Atlantic and North Carolina tracks came to a crossroads and the depot was built, it needed a name. The local folks embraced the name of General Henry Havelock, a devout Christian and military genius, for their budding community. The story of his courage gives inspiration to this day. This city is one of eight in the world named for Sir Henry Havelock, two of which are in Canada, three in the United States; one in Swaziland (Southern Africa) and two in New Zealand. An island in the Indian Ocean is also named for him. The town of Havelock Station saw action during the Civil War when elements of the Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, General Ambrose Burnside’s command, stormed ashore on the beach near what is now the Sound of Freedom Golf Course at Cherry Point. Union forces quickly took control of the hamlet and its railroad depot, using Havelock as a starting point for the capture of New Bern and Fort Macon. The operation in March, 1862, provided the Yankees their first major foothold in the South. The Union troops had few kind comments about the area calling it desolate, snake-infested, and muddy. A correspondent said the only comfort for the soldiers was “chainlightning whiskey” available from local stores and farm houses. 6

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Wills and other records indicated that production of “naval stores,” such as tar and turpentine, had a greater economic effect here than farming. While most people farmed, the greater income was produced through the operation of turpentine distilleries and tar kilns. Wooden ships were replaced with the advent of the steam engine during and following the Civil War, collapsing the market for tar, pitch and turpentine. Many local families switched from turpentine distillation to the distillation of something with a little more “kick” to it to make ends meet. Local legend has it that Havelock and nearby Harlowe became renowned for the quality of their “moonshine,” it was the basis of a few fortunes. For many years, Havelock was a good stopping place for hunters. The Trader Store was one place eventually visited by all hunters. Babe Ruth often stopped by for a drink during his hunting trips to Camp Bryan, walking the distance from the camp to the store and back. Folks waiting for the train would be seen waiting around the store, and others would visit to make use of one of the few telephones in the area. Trader Store closed in 1977 and fell into disrepair. Due to the efforts of citizens and the Havelock Historical Preservation Society, the building has been restored into a museum and educational resource for Havelock. They are now working to restore the Train Depot which was relocated next to the Trader Store. Havelock welcomed the United States Marine Corps in 1940. Today, visitors are often seen craning their necks as Harriers or a Prowler streaks by overhead. Local residents are used to the roar acknowledged by a sign near the base’s main gate, which reads: “Pardon our Noise; It’s the Sound of Freedom.”


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he Havelock Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee (MAC) brings the business community and the military together by sponsoring a number of functions for the Marines and Sailors at MCAS Cherry Point including: Military Family of the Quarter, Military Appreciation Game (football at ECU), Morehead City Marlins baseball game and Pig Pickin’. Our “jets” also appear in numerous parades to promote awareness of the military presence in the surrounding communities. For more information about joining the Military Affairs Committee, please contact the Havelock Chamber of Commerce at 252.447.1101.

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t is my pleasure to welcome you to the City of Havelock and to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Located in the heart of coastal North Carolina, Havelock is a tremendous place for Marines and Sailors to live and serve our country. The Eastern Carolina region provides superb training areas so that America’s Expeditionary Force in Readiness is prepared to respond to any crisis. The friendly and patriotic neighbors make this part of the country one of the most military-friendly in the nation and I am confident that your time spent here will be filled with wonderful memories. MCAS Cherry Point is home to the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, the Cherry Point Naval Health Clinic, and Fleet Readiness Center East – the state’s largest industrial employer east of I-95. Altogether, Cherry Point has a workforce of more than 14,200 Marines, Sailors and civilians who play a vital role in the economic stability of Eastern North Carolina, significantly contributing to the economic health of the entire state with over $2 billion in annual economic impact. Marine air assets, such as the AV-8B Harrier, EA-6B Prowler and the KC-130J Hercules are common sights over the city, where they fly daily training missions. The roar of the jet and turboprop engines is proudly known to local residents as “the Sound of Freedom.” As we move into the future, those sights will continue to evolve as the Marine Corps replaces

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its fighter and attack aircraft with the F-35B Lightning II. This highly sophisticated jet will serve as the backbone of America’s military air power for many years to come and Cherry Point will be the premier installation from which they will train to fight and deploy in defense of our nation. The residents of Havelock understand the Marine Corps’ mission and our rich history in this region is deeply interwoven into the fabric of the local populace. The warm support our service members and their families receive from the Havelock community is a strong factor in our success, both in peace and in war. This shared common bond is such that many of our Marines, Sailors and their families make Havelock their home during their military service as well as in retirement or during their second careers. The people of Havelock are a wonderful community and the Marines and Sailors of Cherry Point are fortunate to live among them as neighbors. Enjoy your stay in Havelock and please take the opportunity to learn more about your Marine Corps air station by browsing our website at www. cherrypoint.marines.mil, or following us on Facebook at www.facebook. com/MCASCherryPoint. Semper Fidelis, Colonel Todd Ferry, Commanding Officer

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t is my distinct pleasure to welcome you to the City of Havelock and to Fleet Readiness Center East, the Department of Defense Vertical List Center of Excellence. Havelock is a friendly neighborhood and a great place to live, work, play and stay. The Havelock community has been home to FRC East and many of our employees since World War II when the depot opened as the Assembly and Repair (A&R) Department in 1943. We are proud of our long-standing association with the city, and its continued support and enthusiasm for the work FRC East does generating combat air power for America’s Marines and Naval forces, both here and abroad. Since our early days as the A&R, we have evolved into a modern aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility, which has considerable economic impact on the state and the communities surrounding Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point. For a number of years we have been the largest industrial employer in North Carolina east of Interstate 95, with a current annual payroll in excess of $354.3 million. FRC East provides maintenance, engineering, in-service repair and logistics support primarily for Navy and Marine Corps aircraft, engines, and components, but our customers also include the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, other U.S. government agencies, and several allied nations. At MCAS Cherry

Point we support the AV-8B Harrier, V-22 Osprey, UH-1N Huey, EA6B Prowler, H-53E Super Stallion, MH-53E Sea Dragon, and F-35B Lightning II. We also support the F/A-18 Hornet, UH-1Y Venom, and the KC-130 Super Hercules at offsite locations. We also service four aircraft type engines (F402, T400, T58 and T64); produce annually more than 20,000 components supporting nearly 200 different types, models and series aircraft; manufacture nearly 120,000 parts; and provide engineering and logistic support for all Navy Rotary Wing, vertical and/or short take-off and landing aircraft, C-130 and other systems. The forecast is bright for FRC East’s future workload, as we have been selected as the site for the F-35B Vertical Lift Fan Repair and Test Facility, and named the designated repair facility for the AH-1Z Viper. I hope you enjoy your visit to Havelock, and see firsthand why Semper Fidelis so many people consider the city an excellent place to work, play and stay. If you would like to learn more about FRC East, please visit our Website at http://www.navair.navy.mil/frce/, or contact our Corporate Communication Department at 252.464.9111. Semper Fidelis, Col. Clarence T. Harper III Commanding Officer, Fleet Readiness Center East

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FLEET READINESS CENTER EAST

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herry Point is one of the largest Marine Corps Air Stations in the world and the Fleet Readiness Center is the largest civilian employer in Eastern North Carolina. Military and civilian employees at Cherry Point and FRC East pump more than $1.2 billion into the local economy every year. During its more than seven decades of operation, Fleet Readiness Center East has supported the warfighter by providing maintenance, repair and overhaul support to virtually every weapons platform the Marine Corps has flown – from the inverted gull-winged F4U Corsair of World War II fame, to the Corps newest aircraft, the tilt-rotor V-22 Osprey, the UH-1Y Venom, and the short takeoff/vertical landing F-35B Lightning II (Joint Strike Fighter). It is one of eight fleet readiness centers operated by the United States Navy, and the only fleet readiness center commanded by Marines. Located on Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, it is also the Department of Defense Vertical Lift Center of Excellence. FRC East’s primary goal is generating combat air power for America’s Marines and Naval forces, both here and abroad. The command is a forerunner in performance-based logistics with its initiatives to partner with private industry and make assets more readily available to the Fleet. Simply put, FRC East’s purpose is to deliver its customers on-time quality products and services at the best value available. FRC East performs maintenance, modernizations, modifications, and repair on more than 10 types of aircraft, several types of engines, and rebuilds or repairs more than 18,000 types of 10

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aircraft avionics and dynamic components. It Estimated Replacement Value (Equipment is also the depot repair & Buildings) $1.6 Billion point for the drive and Acres 147 rotary systems of the vertical-lift Scout, and Number of Buildings 123 was recently selected as the site for the F-35B Vertical Lift Fan Repair and Test Facility. The facility’s In-Service Support Center provides worldwide engineering and logistics management in both the maintenance and design fields, and works side-by-side with FRC East production artisans developing and refining overhaul, repair, test and troubleshooting procedures. The command’s customers include more than 180 Navy and Marine Corps activities, 17 foreign nations, nine Air Force activities, three Army activities, one federal agency and 11 industrial partnerships. Its emerging workload includes the AH-1Z Viper helicopters. With a workforce of about 3,700 civilian, military and contractor employees, FRC East is one of the largest tenant commands on Cherry Point, and the largest industrial employer in North Carolina east of Interstate I-95. Its annual payroll exceeds $296 million. FRC East’s primary facility is centrally located on the eastern seaboard, accessible by air, rail, highway, waterway and deep-water port facilities. The command also has permanent detachments at Marine Corps Air Station New River, NC, and Beaufort, SC, and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ.


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RIBBON CUTTING C E R E M O N Y A ribbon cutting ceremony is a service provided to businesses in the Havelock Chamber of Commerce. This is an opportunity for our new businesses and old, to host an open house for the public, to have the official ribbon cutting ceremony pictures taken, and to be published in our local Havelock Newspaper. We will provide a banner to be used to advertise the event, a special email to be sent to all members, and the event will be listed on our website. This is an exciting way to announce your business to the city of Havelock and the surrounding communities!

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Business After Hours is the premiere networking event for business professionals in the Greater Havelock Area. It is held on the second Thursday of each month from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m and is free to attend. This two hour time frame gives you the opportunity to discuss and share ideas while learning about other local businesses. It is a relationship-building experience held in a relaxed setting that benefits you and your company through added contacts and resources. Each event includes complimentary food and beverages, and door prizes are often given out. Stay for 20 minutes or enjoy the full two hours. Get out there! Give people the chance to get to know you so they will want to do business with you. This is a tremendous opportunity to support our Havelock community and local businesses.

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ith the help of our community, the Havelock Chamber of Commerce honors our veterans and active duty military with a “thank you� dinner, entertainment and cake-cutting ceremony for their service over the years, thus giving them time to reminisce with old friends, and enjoy their time together. This event is sponsored by our local businesses and individuals who contribute by buying a table of eight which they may fill with veterans, active military or their friends and spouses. We can also fill the table with those people who apply for free tickets. Since 2003, we have received such positive and wonderful response from those who helped, supported and attended this event that we continue this tradition each year. If you are interested in sponsoring a table or attending this event, please contact the Havelock Chamber of Commerce for details about this year’s event being held on May 15th, 2018, by calling our office at 252.447.1101. 12

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GOVERNMENT C I T Y • C O U N T Y • S TAT E City of Havelock Animal Control................252.444.2712 Appearance Commission..........Vacant Board of Adjustment George Corbin...............252.447.9391 City Clerk Cindy Morgan................252.444.6406 City Commissioners Jim Kohr........................252.447.2408 Karen Lewis...................252.447.3094 Peter Van Vliet...............252.665.1213 Danny Walsh.................252.447.5630 Brenda K. Wilson...........252.447.2718 City Manager Frank Bottorff.................252.444.6401 City Planner Katrina Marshall.............252.444.6411

North Carolina State Elected Officials

Craven County Government County Commissioners Scott Dacey...................252.636.0633 Jason Jones..................252.672.5656 George Liner .................252.447.8898 Tom Mark.......................252.635.6448 Theron McCabe.............252.447.5257 Johnny Sampson...........252.636.0791 Steven Tyson.................252.638.6868 County Manager Jack Veit III....................252.636.6601 Directory of Economic Development Timothy Downs..............252.633.5300 Assistant County Manager Gene Hodges................252.636.6600 Sheriff Jerry Monette.................252.636.6620

Customer Service (Water)...........................252.444.6404

Transportation Committee Terry Jordan...................252.636.4917

Fire EMS Chief Rick Zaccardelli.............252.444.6441

District Attorney Scott Thomas................252.639.3010

Havelock Parks and Recreation Travis Adams.................252.444.6439

Havelock City Government

Information Technology (IT) Chad Ives......................252.444.6432

Havelock is served by a city manager who answers to a five person board of commissioners chaired by the mayor.

Mayor Will Lewis.............252.229.9300

The city work force consists of eight departments: Administration, Finance, Planning/Inspections, Information Technology, Recreation, Police, Fire/Emergency Medical Services and Public Services.

Planning Board Marion Sykes, Jr............252.447.7366 Police Chief Marvin Williams.............252.447.3212 Public Services Director Mark Sayger..................252.444.6410 Senior Citizens Center Ginger Sims...................252.444.6445 Tourist and Event Center Pam Holder....................252.444.4348

The Havelock Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department provides paramedic level services responding to over 1,400 EMS calls annually. The Police Department maintains a 24-hour seven day a week readiness posture, with patrol, investigations, records and communications divisions as well as animal control services.

Governor of North Carolina GOVERNOR ROY COOPER Office of Governor 20301 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-0301 800.662.7952, NC Only - 919.733.2391 Fax 919.753.2120 Lieutenant Governor LT. GOVERNOR DAN FOREST 20401 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-0401 919.733.7350, Fax 919.733.6595 NC Senate (2nd District) SENATOR NORMAN SANDERSON 16 W. Jones Street, Room 1121 Raleigh, NC 27601-2808 919.733.5706, Fax 919.834.0499 norman.sanderson@ncleg.net NC Representative (3rd District) REP. MICHAEL SPECIALE 16 W. 16 Jones Street, Room 1206 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 919.733.5853, Michael.speciale@ncleg.net NC Representative (12 District) REP. GEORGE GRAHAM 300 N. Salisbury St. Room 301F Raleigh, NC 27603-5925 919.733.5995, George.graham@ncleg.net US Senators SENATOR RICHARD BURR 217 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202.224.3154, Fax 202.228.2981 SENATOR THOM TILLIS Washington, D.C. 185 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202.224.6342, Fax 202.228.2563 US House of Representatives CONGRESSMAN WALTER B. JONES, JR. 2333 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, NC 20515 202.225.3415, Fax 252.225.3286 congjones@mail.house.gov

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TRANSPORTATION 40

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is 2,500 acre, multi-modal transportation complex. It features a 26K sq. ft. terminal and one of the longest runways in the nation.

home of the 4th Fighter Wing, had an economic impact of $705 million in 2016. To receive the KC-46 Tankers in 2020.

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North Carolina Global TransPark

Early College and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math

Wayne Executive Jetport

(STEM) Centers available throughout the region

Kinston 258 Regional Jetport

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Wilmington International Airport

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he North Carolina Aerospace Corridor exists to establish Wayne,

Lenoir and Craven counties in Southeastern North Carolina as a world-class aerospace and aviation corridor, and to promote the region’s common assets to take advantage of opportunities for growth in the corridor. The region is anchored by the North Carolina Global TransPark, a multi-modal transportation and industrial complex designed to meet the present and emerging needs of domestic and global commerce. The NCAC is also centrally located on the eastern seaboard of the United States and offers unparalleled access to air, rail, highways and North Carolina’s two international ports, and provides convenient access to the region’s four major military bases. The North Carolina Aerospace Corridor has an aggressive economic development model in place and has found great success utilizing this model while transitioning from tobacco and textile industry clusters to aerospace, food, housing, biotech and pharmaceutical. The North Carolina Aerospace Corridor’s central location provides oneday trucking service to major metropolitan markets, such as Atlanta, Baltimore, New York and Philadelphia. Two-day motor freight services reaches deep into the Northeast, Midwest and Southeast, connecting the North Carolina Aerospace Corridor with target cities like Boston, Miami, Chicago and Pittsburgh.

Major Highways US Primary Highway: US 70 & US 70 Bypass State Primary Highway: NC 101 lanning is underway to build a bypass on the southwest side of Havelock and U.S. 70 beginning north of the Havelock city limit and extending

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south approximately 10 miles to north of the Craven-Carteret county line. The Havelock Bypass will be a four-lane, median-divided highway that will provide a high-speed alternative to using U.S. 70 through Havelock, which is hampered by numerous traffic signals at intersecting side streets. The roadway will help improve traffic and freight movement along the U.S. 70 Corridor – a major connection from the Morehead City Port to Raleigh – and assist economic development in eastern North Carolina’s rural areas. Planned construction begins in September 2018 and concludes in 2021. Source: NCDOT

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isit an exciting aviation exhibit highlighting Marine Corps aviation in Eastern North Carolina. Five restored aircraft on loan from the U.S. Marine Corps and Department of the Navy are on display along with scaled models depicting the aircraft lineage of the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing at Cherry Point from its inception in 1942. Historic photographs, videos and artifacts round out the exhibit. The adjacent waterfront park along Slocum Creek features a nature boardwalk and boat ramp. It is located at 201 Tourist Center Drive, behind the Havelock Hampton Inn. For directions and information, or Tourist Center reservations call 252.444.4348, or go to www.havelocknc.us

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avelock will be hosting the 37th Annual Havelock Chili Festival on Friday, October 19, 2018, and Saturday, October 20, 2018. The festivities will be held at the Walter B. Jones Park in the middle of town. Friday night opening ceremonies start at 5:00 pm, followed by free live entertainment and the Chicken Wing Cook-off Competition. Chicken Wings will be available for purchase on Friday night after 5:00 pm and with your purchase you will get to vote for the People’s Choice Award. Saturday’s festivities start at 10:00 am with free live entertainment, the Chili Cookoff and booth competition and the Salsa Competition. There will be many vendors and displays. Chili will be available for purchase until it runs out on Saturday. Awards presentations will be on Saturday. Some of the displays could be a fossil dig for children, face painting, fire trucks, and City of Havelock Public Works vehicles. A variety of vendors usually participate including crafts, art, hobbies, purses, jewelry, household items, and much more. There will also be food vendors which may sell everything from funnel cakes to crab cakes and everything in between. Parking is plentiful and within easy walking distance. Mark your calendar for one of the oldest festivals in Eastern North Carolina with a small town flavor and lots of free things to do! The Havelock Chili Festival raises money to support local charities. Some of the nonprofits benefiting from previous festivals include: our Easter Seals Craven-Cherry Point Child Development Center, Early College E.A.S.T., Cherry Point Young Marines, Rainbow Unit Girl Scouts, Double B’s Motorcycle Club and the Havelock Chamber of Commerce. If you would like to participate in the planning of the Havelock Chili Festival, the committee meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm at the Havelock Tourist and Event Center. More information and participation guideline forms are available on our websites: www.chilifestival.org or www. havelockchamber.org

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Calendar Events All dates are subject to changes. You are welcome to participate. Please verify with the Havelock Chamber of Commerce before making any plans at (252) 447-1101.

J A N UA R Y 1 Chamber Closed 8 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 9 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 15 Chamber Closed 17 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm 22 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 24 7:30 am - 8:30 am

New Year’s Day Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Chili Festival Meeting - Havelock TEC Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday BOD Exec Meeting - Havelock TEC MAC Exec Committee Meeting 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Board of Commissioners Meeting - City Hall Chamber BOD Meeting - Havelock TEC

F E B R UA R Y 6 6:00 pm 8 5:00 pm 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 12 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 13 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 14 Chamber Open 15 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm 19 Chamber Open 21 Noon - 1:00 pm 22 5:00 pm 23 5:30 pm 26 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 28 7:30am - 8:30 am

MAC Family of the Quarter - Musashi’s Ribbon Cutting at Jilians Furniture and Mattress - 1 West Main St. Allies of Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg - Havelock TEC Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall MAC Exec Committee Meeting 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Havelock Chili Festival Mtg - Havelock TEC Valentine’s Day Business After Hours - Regional - Trent New Bern President’s Day Lunch ‘N Learn - Havelock TEC Ribbon Cutting at Cricket Wireless ECHAF “A Night with Eddie Ellis” -Havelock TEC City Board of Commissioners Mtg - City Hall Chamber BOD Mtg - Havelock TEC

MARCH

8 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 11 Chamber Open 12 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 13 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 19 12:30 -2:00 pm 21 7:30 am - 8:30 am 1:00 pm 24 10:00 am 26 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 29 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm 30 Chamber Closed

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Business After Hours Allies of Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg - Havelock TEC Daylight Saving Time Starts Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Havelock Chili Festival Mtg Havelock - TEC MAC Exec Committee Mtg at 1:00 pm 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Chamber Board of Directors Mtg - Havelock TEC Lunch ‘N Learn - Havelock TEC Havelock City Easter Egg Hunt - City Park Board of Commissioners Mtg - City Hall MAC Spring Pig Pickin - Hancock Lodge Good Friday

APRIL 1 Chamber Closed 9 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 10 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 13 16 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 19 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm 20 11:30 am 23 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 24 Noon - 1:30 pm 24 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm 25 7:30 am - 8:30 am

Easter Sunday Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Allies for Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg - Havelock TEC Chili Festival Mtg - Havelock TEC Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday (chamber open) MAC Executive Committee Meeting 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Business After Hours Nationwide – Frank Amato Lunch N Learn – Google Your Business - Havelock TEC Havelock Board of Commissioners Mtg - City Hall Community Fabric Awards - New Bern Convention Center MAC Family of the Quarter Location TBA Chamber Board of Directors Mtg - Havelock TEC

M AY 4 5:00 pm 5 - 6 8:00 am 10 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 12 9:00 am - 10:00 am 13 Chamber Closed 15 5:30 pm - 7:00pm 16 Noon - 1:00 pm 17 TBA 21 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 23 7:30 am - 8:30 am 24 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 28 Chamber Closed

Cherry Point Air Show - MCAS Cherry Point Cherry Point Air Show MCAS Cherry Point Business After Hours - TAGG/ Whiteman’s Engraving Allies for Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg - Havelock TEC Craven Community College Commencement - New Bern Campus Mother’s Day Salute to Veterans - Havelock TEC Lunch ’N Learn - Location TBA Business Before Hours - Navy Federal Credit Union MAC Executive Committee Mtg 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Chamber BOD Meeting - Havelock TEC Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - Havelock TEC Memorial Day

JUNE 8 5:00 pm 11 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 12 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 14 5:30 pm - 7:00pm 17 Chamber Closed 18 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 20 Noon - 1:00 pm 25 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 27 7:30 am - 8:30 am

ECHAF Fly-In Havelock TEC – Not just for children Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Chili Festival Mtg - Havelock TEC Business After Hours - Location TBA Father’s Day MAC Executive Committee Mtg 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Lunch ‘N Learn - Havelock TEC Board of Commissioners Meeting - City Hall Chamber BOD Meeting - Havelock TEC


2018 J U LY 4 Chamber Closed 9 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 9 - 13 8:30 am - Noon 10 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 12 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 5:30 pm - 7:00pm 16 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 18 Noon - 1:00 pm 23 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 23 - 27 8:30 am - Noon 24 6:00pm 25 7:30 am - 8:30 am

Independence Day - Havelock City Park Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall ECHAF Summer Day Camp - Havelock TEC Chili Festival Meeting - Havelock TEC Allies for Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg. Havelock - TEC Business After Hours - Location TBA MAC Executive Committee Mtg 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Lunch ‘N Learn - Location TBA Havelock City Commissioners Mtg. - City Hall ECHAF Summer Day Camp for rising 4th, 5th, and 6th graders - Havelock TEC MAC Family of the Quarter - Location TBA Chamber BOD Meeting - Havelock TEC

AU G U S T 9 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 9 5:30 pm - 7:00pm 13 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 14 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 15 Noon - 1:00 pm 20 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 22 7:30 am - 8:30 am 27 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Allies for Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg. - Havelock TEC Business After Hours - Location TBA Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Chili Festival Mtg - Havelock TEC Lunch ‘N Learn - Location TBA MAC Executive Mtg 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Chamber BOD Meeting - Havelock TEC Board of Commissioners Meeting - City Hall

SEPTEMBER 3 Chamber Closed 10 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm 11 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 13 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm 17 Noon - 2:00 pm 19 Noon - 1:00 pm 20 5:00 pm 26 7:30 am - 8:30 am

Labor Day Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Chili Festival Mtg - Havelock TEC Allies for Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg. - Havelock TEC Business After Hours - Location TBA MAC Exec Mtg Noon Lunch - Musashi’s Lunch ‘N Learn - Location TBA MAC Fall Pig Pickin’ - Hancock Lodge Chamber Board of Directors Mtg. - Havelock TEC

OCTOBER 5 - 7 8 Chamber Open 9 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 11 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 5:30 pm - 7:00pm 12 - 14 15 Noon - 2:00 pm 17 Noon - 1:00 pm 19 - 20 22 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 23 6:00 pm 24 7:30 am - 8:30 am 31 Chamber Open

North Carolina Seafood Festival - Morehead City Waterfront Columbus Day Chili Festival Mtg - Havelock TEC Allies of Cherry Point Tomorrow Meeting - Havelock TEC Business After Hours - Location TBA New Bern Mumfest - Downtown New Bern MAC Executive Committee Mtg Noon Lunch - Musashi’s Lunch ‘N Learn - Location TBA Havelock Chili Festival - Havelock TEC Board of Commissioners Mtg. - City Hall MAC Family of the Quarter - Location TBA Chamber Board of Directors Mtg - Havelock TEC Halloween

NOVEMBER 4 8 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm 5:30 pm - 7:00pm 11 12 Chamber Closed 7:00pm - 8:00 pm 13 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 19 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm 21 7:30 am - 8:30 am Noon - 1:00 pm 22 Chamber Closed 23 Chamber Closed 26 7:00pm - 9:00 pm

Daylight Savings Time Ends Allies for Cherry Point Tomorrow Mtg. - Havelock TEC Business After Hours - Holiday Inn/FMA Veterans Day Veterans Day Observed Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Chili Festival Mtg - Havelock TEC MAC Executive Committee Mtg - Musashi’s Chamber Board of Directors Mtg - Havelock TEC Lunch ‘N Learn - Location TBA Thanksgiving Day Thanksgiving Holiday Board of Commissioners Meeting - City Hall

DECEMBER 10 7:00 pm 11 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 13 7:30 am - 8:30 am 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm 15 10:00 am 17 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm 19 Noon - 1:00 pm 24 Chamber Closed 25 Chamber Closed

Havelock City Commissioners Workshop - City Hall Chili Festival Meeeting - Havelock TEC Business Before Hours - First Citizens Bank Allies for Cherry Point for Tomorrow Mtg. - Havelock TEC Havelock Christmas Parade - Havelock Main Street MAC Executive Committee Mtg 12:30 Lunch - Musashi’s Lunch ‘N Learn - Location TBA Christmas Eve Christmas Day

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COMMUNITY STATISTICS

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avelock is the most populous city in Craven, Pamlico, or Carteret County with an official population listed in the 2014 U.S. census www..city-data.com of 20,706. The “Gateway City” continues to be one of the fastest growing urban areas of the state. Although the area was among the first settled in North Carolina, the official population in 1950 was 100. The population in 1965 was about 3,500. Many of the city’s current residents are affiliated with the adjacent Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station. A recent survey indicated that one of the largest groups of residents in Havelock has been here less than two years. The median age, according to the 2013 census, is 23.9. Havelock provides a home for nearly every race and creed known to the world. Because of Cherry Point, the city is an international crossroads including Filipinos, Koreans, Japanese, Indians, and Hispanics.

RANKED #5 OF THE 20 SAFEST CITIES IN NC.

TOP EMPLOYERS

1. 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing – 7,698 2. Fleet Readiness Center East – 3,425 3. Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point – 2,160 4. Marine Corps Community Services - 593 5. Craven County Schools – Havelock - 451 6. Naval Health Clinic – 358 7. Walmart - 254 8. City of Havelock -122 9. UPS - 95 10. LTM – 90 11. Food Lion – 61 12. UPS – 59 13. McDonalds - 55 14. Burger King – 51 15. Tandemloc – 51

MCAS CHERRY POINT

ECONOMIC IMPACT SUMMARY *

* FY 2015

SALARIES

VIOLENT CRIME PER 1,000: 0.24

$1,214,913,346

PROCUREMENT

$564,058,237

CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENCE & SERVICE CONTRACTS

$72,501,982 & SERVICE C

UTILITITES

$13,882,389

EDUCATION, TRAINING & TRAVEL

$17,494,675

HEALTH & MEDICAL

$86,432,869

CONTRIBUTIONS

PROPERTY CRIME PER 1,000: 10.54

CONCESSIONARE REVENUE OPPORTUNITIES

GRAND TOTAL

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$1,757,651 $37,421,894 OPP

$2,008,463,043

TOTAL WORKFORCE * FY 2015

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MAW 2D MAW

FLEET READINESS CENTER

NAVAL HEALTH CENTER

OTHER TENANTS

TOTALS

Officer Enlisted Civilian NAF TOTALS

62 724 746 628 2,180

741 6,945 12 0 7,698

13 22 3,390 0 3,425

65 181 112 0 358

44 264 285 0 593

925 8,136 4,545 628 14,334

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HAVELOCK EDUCATION

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avelock Students attend schools in the consolidated system of Craven County Schools. All Havelock schools are accredited by the North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction and the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges. For more information visit: www.craven12.org

Elementary Schools (Grades K-5) Arthur W. Edwards Elementary - 252.444.5140 Havelock Elementary - 252.444.5106 Graham A. Barden Elementary - 252.444.5100 Roger Bell Elementary - 252.444.5133 W. J. Gurganus Elementary - 252.444.5150

Middle Schools (Grades 6-8) Tucker Creek Middle School - 252.444.7200 Havelock Middle School - 252.444.5125

High Schools (Grades 9-12)

Havelock High School 252.444.5112 Early College EAST High School – Eastern Applied Sciences and Technology - 252.444.5194

Special Needs

Craven-Cherry Point Child Development Center, Inc. Comprehensive program of services for the developmentally disabled child. 252.447.3892

Parochial Schools

Annunciation Catholic School (Grades Pre K3-8th Grade) 252.447.3137, www.annunciationcatholicnc.org

Universities/Colleges

Craven Community College – Havelock Campus - 252.444.6005 Cherry Point Campus - 252.444.6000 New Bern Campus - 252.638.7200, www.cravencc.edu Carteret Community College - Morehead City - 252.222.6000, www.carteret.edu

Closest 4-Year University Campuses

Boston University – Cherry Point 252.466.2491, www.bu.edu Craven Community College – NC State Engineering 2x2Program 252.444.3357 Craven Community College – SECU Partnership East Program – ECU 252.638.6492 East Carolina University – Greenville, NC - 252.328.6131, www.ecu.edu Mount Olive College, New Bern - 252.633.4464, www.moc.edu National University - 703.357.3880, www.nu.edu Park University, Cherry Point - 252.466.2655, wwww.park.edu/cher Southern Illinois University, Cherry Point - 252.466.2779, www.sius.edu/~asaccap/cherrpt.htm University of Phoenix - 910.545.9585

PARTNERS IN EDUCATION

EDUCATION IS EVERYONE’S BUSINESS

For 28 years, PIE has partnered with area educators, businesses, individuals, and community leaders to develop quality programs to benefit the students and teachers of Craven County. It is PIE’s mission to support and advance the educational experience within Craven County Schools through collaborative community involvement. It is this kind of community involvement that enhances the quality education our schools provide. It focuses on:

PIE GRANTS - These grants reward creative and innovative projects in the classroom. THE BEGINNING TEACHERS’ STORE - The Harold H. Bate Foundation BEGINNING TEACHERS’ COTTAGE - In memory of Cheryl Marteney, Book Drive EDWARD JONES TEACHER RECOGNITION AWARD GOV. JAMES B. HUNT, JR., LITERACY GRANT – Optimum studen achievement During the 2015-16 school year, PIE awarded over $100,000 through a variety of grants and programs that have been successful in getting the extra resources our students and teachers need to purchase newequipment and supplies.

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DID YOU KNOW? Did you know?

Affordable and accessible college and continuing education training is offered in Craven County, with many unique programs right here in Havelock. Now for a series of “Did You Know?” questions that will inform you about what programs are offered at Craven Community College Havelock – Cherry Point Campus.

Did you know that Craven CC offers a weekend college?

Fast and flexible. Students enrolled in our Weekend College at our Havelock-Cherry Point Campus will earn an Associate in Arts (AA) degree in 3 semesters (instead of 4) by going to school online and over the weekends. Classes are offered on Saturdays on the campus, with additional instruction online; and are completed in 8 or 16 week units. New classes are offered throughout the year. www.CravenCC.edu/weekendcollege.

Did you know that Craven Community College offers an engineering degree in partnership with NC State?

Students can earn a four-year engineering degree without leaving Havelock! The NC State Mechanical Engineering System (MES) BSE program is a site-based program located on the campus of Craven Community College in Havelock. Students in the program earn a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a concentration in Mechanical Engineering Systems. www.engr.ncsu.edu/mes

Did you know that Craven Community College has an Institute for Aeronautical Technology?

Craven Community College’s Havelock Campus is home to 147 Federal Aviation Administration approved academic programs. The Institute for Aeronautical Technology (IAT) offers two specialized Aviation Systems Technology (AST) programs, one for military and the other for civilian students. Both programs prepare students to take the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Powerplant certification exams. www.Cravencc.edu/IAT

Did you know that Craven Community College offers support services to military?

Craven Community College’s Military Affairs Resource Center (MARC) is committed to providing veterans with quality assistance and guidance throughout their academic career. The MARC is located on the Havelock-Cherry Point campus. Its staff provides one-on-one assistance to ensure that Craven Community College’s current and former military students have positive college experience. www.CravenCC.edu/military

Did you know that Craven Community College offers free college classes to high school students through Career and College Promise? Qualifying high school students can get a jumpstart on their college by taking college classes through Career & college Promise (CCP). CCP classes are tuition-free! High School students have two pathways— College transfer or Technical Careers. The credits are transferrable to a four-year university or can be used toward a certificate, diploma or associates degree at a North Carolina community college.

Did you know that Craven CC provides a wide variety of workforce development training certifications that benefit members of military and civilians? Workforce Development (WFD) division provides many quick, affordable opportunities for training and re-certification. WFD is an essential resource to help learners better prepare for the job market, and enhance their professional and trade skills. WFD also partners with local industry to provide tailored programs for their employees. WFD at the Havelock-Cherry Point campus offers a few unique programs such as welding, aircraft maintenance/repair, Lean Six Sigma, and advanced manufacturing tools for veterans. www.CravenCC.edu/WFD

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he availability of medical care in the area is excellent. Two hospitals serve Havelock. Numerous doctors and dentists practice here. The local volunteer rescue squad provides superior emergency response. With CarolinaEast Health System in New Bern and Carteret Health Care in nearby Morehead City, local residents have quick access to every medical specialty from surgery and cardiac care to obstetrics, cancer therapy and emergency medicine incorporating the latest technology. have been meeting the urological needs of coastal North Carolina from offices in New Bern and Jacksonville. CarolinaEast Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery cares for the most critical cardiac patients. CarolinaEast Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physicians help individuals return to a productive lifestyle following stroke or other physical injury. CarolinaEast Ear,Nose and Throat Associates serve patients from offices in New Bern and Morehead City. Leading edge technology has been a hallmark of the CarolinaEast mission since opening the doors in 1963. Proud of it’s many “firsts” was first to bring Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to the area and have continued to upgrade this valuable technology as capabilities increase. CarolinaEast was the first non-academic medical facility in North Carolina to offer PET-CT Scanning. The most effective imaging available for staging cancers. The first to bring lifesaving radiation therapy to the region and the area’s first digital mammogram with computer aided detection was performed at CarolinaEast Diagnostic Center. Truly the region’s trusted leader in health care. CarolinaEast Health System: Experience our experience. Feel our care. For more information, visit www.carolinaeasthealth.com and www.carolinaeastphysicians.com

CarolinaEast Health System has more than 250 physicians representing nearly all medical specialties work with a staff of over 2,100 medical and support personnel to deliver exceptional, leading edge care. The flagship of the Health System, CarolinaEast Medical Center is licensed for 350 beds and cared for over 186,000 patients from five counties last year. Specialty care areas for obstetrics, orthopedics, adult mental health, cardiac and all levels of critical care are available at CarolinaEast. Freestanding CarolinaEast Diagnostic and Surgery Centers provide the finest in outpatient care from the heart of the thriving McCarthy Square medical community. CarolinaEast Internal Medicine cares for patients from offices in New Bern, Havelock, Pollocksville, Vanceboro and Cape Carteret. The physicians of CarolinaEast Heart Center with offices in Morehead City and New Bern have brought the latest in interventional and therapeutic cardiology and electrophysiology to Eastern North Carolina. CarolinaEast Pediatrics cares for the very young to the young adult from their growing office in New Bern’s Berne Square. Since 1952, the physicians of CarolinaEast Urology Center 26

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Fifty-six active staff physicians, 45 consulting physicians and 12 visiting /courtesy physicians cover a comprehensive range of specialties work with a staff of approximately 1,000 medical and support personnel. The hospital has 135 licensed beds.

Other Medical Services

The Havelock Rescue Squad’s fleet of lifesaving ambulances is on standby 24 hours a day. Staffed by state-certified emergency technicians, the rescue squad serves a broad region of eastern Craven County.


RELOCATION S E R V I C E S

Utilities

Carteret-Craven Electric Cooperative - 252.247.3107 P.O. Box 1499, Morehead City, 28557 or 450 McCotter Blvd., Havelcok, NC 28532 Duke Energy Company Service and Billing - 800.452.2777 New Bern Electric - 252.639.2750 Emergencies after 4:00pm - 252.636.4070 P.O. Box 1710, 249 Craven St., New Bern, NC 28562

Telephone Service

CenturyLink - 252.633.9011 4000 US Hwy 17S., New Bern, NC 28562

Water Department

Havelock City Water & Sewer (M-F 8am-5pm) - 252.444.6404 1 Cunningham Blvd., Havelock, NC 28532 Water Line Damage (After Hours) - 252-671-6372 Sewer (After Hours) - 252-671-6373 Public Works Office (M-F 8am-5pm) - 252-444-6409 Street Maintenance (After Hours) - 252-675-2812 Solid Waste/ Debris - 252-444-6414

Trash Collection

Coastal Regional Solid Waste Management Authority - 252.633.1564, 7400 Old Hwy 70 W., New Bern, NC 28560 Waste Industries, Inc - 252.223.4176 P.O. Box 758, Newport, NC 28570

Infrastructure

The Havelock Industrial Park The Havelock Industrial Park is located off NC Highway 101 at the intersection with Outer Banks Drive. It encompasses 55 acres subdivided into twelve industrial sites. All sites have available city water, sewer, paved streets, three-phase electrical power, and there is an elevated water tower located in the park. Residents include: Tandemloc: a manufacturer of container lifting and securing devices. DPD Concrete: a ready mix concrete supplier. AAR: a logistical contractor for aircraft parts and supplies. East Coast Electric: an electrical contractor specializing in commercial and government contracting. Osprey Construction: a local general contractor. New Breed: a logistical contractor for aircraft related parts and supplies. The Havelock Regional Development Corporation manages the Park. For more information contact: Martin Cieszko at 252.447.2096, martin@cieszkocontstruction.com

Craven County Industrial Park

Craven County has a new Economic Development Strategic Plan that will focus efforts on recruitment and retention. The New Economic Department is a full service economic development organization ready to assist you locate or grow your business in Craven County. The Craven County Industrial Park, which is situated at the intersection of US 70 and Clarks Road, encompasses over 500 acres subdivided into industrial sites. There are over 230 acres available for development at the park. All essential infrastructure for industrial facilities is available. Other sites and buildings are available in Craven County. For more information contact: Timothy Downs, Craven County Economic Development, 406 Craven Street, New Bern, NC 28560, 252.633.5300, timothy.downs@cravencountync.gov

Parcel Services USPS - 252.447.3819 133 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 www.usps.com

UPS - 800.742.5877 201 Belltown Road Havelock, NC 28532 www.ups.com

Emergency Communications EMERGENCY: 911 CarolinaEast Health Care 2000 Neuse Boulevard New Bern, NC 28560 Info - 252.633.8111 Emergency Room - 252.633.8104 www.carolinaeasthealth.com www.carolinaeastphysicians.com Carteret Health Care 3500 Arendell Street Morehead City, NC 28557 Info - 252.499.6000 Emergency Room - 252.247.1541 www.carterethealth.org Cherry Point Naval Hospital Building 4389 Beaufort Road Cherry Point, NC 28532 Info - 252.466.0266 Emergency Room: 252.466.0255 Sexual Assault Resource Center 1401 Park Avenue New Bern, NC 28560 252.636.3381 Crisis Line - 800.656.HOPE (4673) North Carolina Sex Offender Public Protection Registry http://sexoffender.ncdoj.gov/ HAVELOCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 27


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PARKS & RECREATION

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avelock’s Park and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of programs for people of all ages. These programs are held at the Recreation Center and its adjoining 50 acre athletic complex, the Havelock Senior Center, and a number of parks that are operated and maintained throughout the city. The Recreation Complex is located off Highway 101 and was dedicated in 1989. It includes eight baseball / softball fields and has multiple facilities for soccer, football, and lacrosse. Aerobics, selfdefense, Pilates and Yoga classes are offered in the 1800 square foot fitness center which is open to the public Monday through Saturday 6am – 10pm and Sunday 1pm – 9pm. A one-mile walking

trail, encircling the complex itself gives fitness enthusiasts a chance to run and walk. Sports-related activities keep the complex lively on a year round basis. Local athletic leagues offer various sports that include: Baseball, Softball, Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, and Basketball. Havelock T-ball plays its games at Rachide T-ball complex, introducing its variation of America’s pastime to a younger generation. The Recreation Department is in charge of its own Adult Slow-Pitch Softball League, offering the program twice a year, and runs an eightweek Summer Day Camp Program for local youths ages 6 – 12. The renovation of the old post office, located on Trader Avenue was converted to a Senior Center. Activities at the Havelock Senior Center may include bingo, various line-dancing, ballroom dancing, monthly socials, exercise groups, games and cards, Wii bowling and a knit and crochet group. Neighborhood parks offer an opportunity

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to get outdoors with shelters available for rentals for cookouts, family reunions, or birthday parties. City-wide special events held in the parks are the Annual Easter Egg Hunt, the July 4th Freedom Festival, the Annual Havelock Chili Festival, and the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting. So if you are just visiting the area, or have lived here all your life, know that the dedicated Parks and Recreation staff is working hard to give you the best recreation experience possible. A new recreation area is now open at the Slocum Creek Waterfront Park, allowing access to the scenic waterways surrounding the area. A state of the art kayak launch is available to make access easy and enjoyable for all. Should you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact Havelock Parks and Recreation at (252)444-6429 or (252)444-6439. Here’s to a fun and positive recreational experience!

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Membership

DIRECTORY

AD AGENCY

AEROSPACE

APARTMENTS

Jacque Sumner (704) 747-5498 P.O. Box 1097 Gastonia, NC 28053 jacquesumner@sumnergroup.com www.sumnergroup.com

Craig Perry (252) 463-7401 529 Hwy 70 W Havelock, NC 28532 FAX: (252) 463-7449 craig.perry@aarcorp.com www.aarcorp.com

Stacy Hunter (252) 223-0388 900 Old Fashioned Way Newport, NC 28570 Stacy@compasslandingnc.com www.compasslandingnc.com

Sumner Group

ADVERTISING MEDIA / OUTDOOR Lamar Advertising

Mark Odell (252) 443-0521 516 English Road Rocky Mount, NC 27804 modell@lamar.com www.lamar.com

ADVERTISING/TV Biz Time TV

Scott Brown (252) 296-1002 1404 Scotch Pine Ct. Havelock, NC 28532 biztimetv@gmail.com BizTime TV/facebook.com

AAR Corporation

Boeing Company

John Gumbel (252) 444-4329 224 Stonebridge Sq. Havelock, NC 28532

AIRCRAFT DEALERS EQUIPMENT AND REPAIR

Fleet Readiness CenterEast John Olmstead, Public Affairs Officer PSC Box 8021 MCAS Cherry Point, NC 28533-0021 john.m.olmstead@navy.mil

AIRPORT

Coastal Carolina Regional Airport Andy Shorter (252) 638-8591 P.O. Box 3258 New Bern, NC 28564 ashorter@newbernairport.com www.newbernairport.com

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ATTORNEY

Ward and Smith, PA

(252) 672-5400 1001 College Court P.O. Box 867 New Bern, NC 28563-0867 www.wardandsmith.com

AUTO PARTS Kittrell Auto Parts

Buddy Kittrell (252) 648-8353 1012 East Main Street Havelock, NC 28532 shannon1@kittrellautoparts.com www.kittrellautoparts.com

AUTOMOBILE DEALERS

Mike Toler Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Fiat Mike Toler (252) 247-2003 P.O. Box 989 Morehead City, NC 28557 mike@miketoler.com www.miketoler.com

Riverside Ford, Inc.

Chris Biondo (252) 447-3177 101 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 det@riversidecjd.com www.riversidefordnc.com/dealership/about.htm

Tim Newton Auto Sales, Inc. Tim Newton (252) 447-7372 407 West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 newtonautos@ec.rr.com www.newtonautos.com

Trent Cadillac-Buick-GMC Mike Deichmann (252) 633-2213 1707 Hwy 70 E P.O.Box 1310 New Bern, NC 28563 FAX: (252) 514-4020

AUTOMOBILE SERVICES - TIRES Baldree’s Tire Pro

Gary Baldree (252) 444-3600 110 Catawaba Rd. Havelock, NC 28532 garybaldree@gmail.com www.baldreetire.com


The following is a list compiled by the Greater Havelock Area Chamber or Commerce. Anyone interested in joining the Greater Havelock Chamber of Commerce is invited to call 252.447.1101

G & H Tire & Auto Inc. Frank Perri (252) 444-8766 242 Hwy 70 W. Havelock, NC 28532 ghtireinc@gmail.com www.ghtire-grays.com

AVIATION ARTIST Lisa Venema

104 Magnolia Lane New Bern, NC 28560 lisavenema@ec.rr.com www.lisavenema.com

BANKS BB&T

Shannon Adcock (252) 447-0611 1303 East Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 sadcock@bbandt.com www.bbt.com

First Citizens Bank

Chris Rocci (252) 447-1171 132 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 chris.rocci@firstcitizens.com www.firstcitizensbank.com

BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS Pepsi Cola

Minges Bottling Group Wade Cline (252) 746-9706 128 Pepsi Way P.O. Box 520 Ayden, NC 28513 wade.cline@mbgpepsi.com

BOAT SALES BayRacer Marine

Mark Christensen (252) 447-2277 213 Highway 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 mark@bayracermarine.com www.bayracermarine.com

BUILDERS

Tarheel Building Systems Bud Stilley (252) 633-3633 P.O. Box 12666 New Bern, NC 28561 bud@tarheelbuilding.com

CATERING

Strange & Sons Catering Jenny Strange (252) 636-3663 2307 Neuse Boulevard New Bern, NC 28560 FAX: (252)637-4553

CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITY The Flame Catering & Banquet Centre

James Boyd (252) 633-1193 2301 Neuse Blvd. New Bern, NC 28560 www.theflamecatering.com

CATERING AND WEDDING PLANNING Class Act Catering, Inc.

Phyllis Manning (910) 389-7498 P.O. Box 1718 Swansboro, NC 28584 phyllis_manning@hotmail.com www.classactcateringnc.com

CEMETARY AND CREMATIONS Munden Funeral Home & Cremations

Steve Odom (252) 444-6248 908 Lake Road Havelock, NC 28532 FAX: (252) 447-0600 steve@mundenfuneralhome.net www.Mundenfhhavelock.com

CHILDCARE

Excel Learning Center

Joanie Barnhill (252) 288-5181 610 Fontana Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 info@excelkids.com www.excelkids.com

CHIROPRACTOR Cherry Point Chiropractic Dr. Russ Davis (252) 444.3377 318 East Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 wellnessdr@hotmail.com www.cherrypointchiro.com

CHURCHES

Cherry Point Baptist Church Rev. Steve Epperson (252) 447-5462 212 Church Road Havelock, NC 28532 office@cherrypointbaptist.com www.cherrypointbaptist.com

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DIRECTORY

First Baptist Church

CONTRACTORS - HEAVY INDUSTRIAL

COUNTY MUNICIPALITY

Martin Cieszko (252) 447-2096 P.O. Box 690 Havelock, NC 28532 contact@cieszkoconstruction.com www.cieszkoconstruciton.com

Timothy Downs (252) 633-5300 406 Craven St. New Bern, NC 28560 tdowns@cravencountync.gov www.cravenbusiness.com

Dr. Donald Hadley (252) 447-8478 111 Hollywood Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 staff@fbchavelock.org www.fbchavelock.com

Fountain of Life Ministries

St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church

(252) 447-3912 1100 East Main St. P.O. Box 626 Havelock, NC 28532 sthristophershavelock@gmail. com

Pastor Larry Taylor (252) 447-6596 301 Greenfield Heights Blvd. P.O. Box 326 Havelock, NC 28532 folmhavelocknc2@gmail.com

St. Paul Lutheran Church

New Commission Fellowship C.O.G.I.C.

CITY MUNICIPALITY

Gary Cypress (252) 808-5107 600 Fontana Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 garycypres@yahoo.com

Piney Grove A.M.E. Zion Church

Rev. Robert Little (252) 447-1600 1430 Temples Point Rd. Havelock, NC 28532 zpineygroveame@ec.rr.com www.pineygroveamez.tripod.com

Pastor Jim Daub (252) 447-3826 305 US Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 st.paul@eastnc.twcbc.com www.stpaulhavelock.com

City of Havelock

Frank Bottorff (252) 444-6401 P.O. Box 368 Havelock, NC 28532 fbottorff@havelocknc.us www.havelocknc.us

COFFEE AND ICE CREAM SHOP Havelock Donut LLC (252) 444-3030 113 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 www.dunkindonuts.com

Cieszko Construction Co.

CONVENIENCE STORE - FUEL OIL DIST. Fisher Fuel Markets - Fisher Oil

Wendy Fisher (252) 633-6300 110 Riverdale Rd. New Bern, NC 28562 wendy@fisherstores.com www.fisherstores.com

COPIERS / SOLUTIONS Copy Pro, Inc.

Tracey Mitchem (252) 341-6823 3103 Landmark St. Greenville, NC 27834-6950 www.copypro.net

Craven County Economic Development

CREDIT UNIONS First Flight Federal Credit Union

Julian Tripp (252) 463-1705 x2204 1815 Kildaire Farm Rd. Suite A Cary, NC 27518 julian.tripp@efirstflight.com www.efirstflight.com

Marine Federal Credit Union Diana Barnes 1(800) 225-3967 P.O. Box 1551 Jacksonville, NC 28541 mfcu@marinefederal.org www.marinefederal.org

Navy Federal Credit Union Mandy Kosner 1(888) 842-6328 121 US Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 www.navyfederal.org

DENTAL OFFICES

Stonebridge Dental Assoc. Gerald L. Coates, Jr. DMD (252) 447-3100 92 Stonebridge Trail Havelock, NC 28532 FAX: (252) 447-0144 care@stonebridgesmiles.com www.stonebridgesmiles.com

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DEPARTMENT STORE Wal-Mart

(252) 444-2055 566 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 www.walmart.com

DOG BOARDING/ DAY CARE/ GROOMING A Dog’s Dream

Daniel Spangler (252) 514-2502 1819-A Racetrack Rd. New Bern, NC 28562 info@adogsdreamnc.com www.adogsdreamnc.com

ELECTRIC UTILITY

Carteret Craven Electric Cooperative

(252) 247-3107 450 McCotter Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 1300 Hwy 24 P.O. Box 1490 Newport, NC 28570 customerservice@ccemc.com www.carteretcravenelectric.coop

Duke Energy

Millie Chalk 1(800) 452-2777 2637 Gumbranch Rd. Jacksonville, NC 28540 FAX: (910) 346-1455 www.duke-energy.com

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Holden Temporaries

Jessica Duffy (252) 636-3111 P.O.Box 12765 New Bern, NC 28561 Cell: (252) 259-5349 jessica@holdentemp.com www.holdentemporaries.net

EMPLOYMENT TESTING, DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTS Blue Arbor, Inc.

Jaime Gossin (252) 447-8374 P.O. Box 12780 New Bern, NC 28561 hr@bluearbor.com www.bluearbor.com

ENGRAVING – PLAQUES, SCREEN PRINTING/ EMBROIDERY TAGG / Whiteman’s Engraving

Mary Eastman (252) 447-2895 235 W. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 tagg@ec.rr.com whitemansengraving@yahoo.com

Snap Fitness Havelock

John Mullins (252) 652-6474 965 E. Main St. Suite 100 Havelock, NC 28532 Havelocknc@snapfitness.com www.snapfitness.com/gyms/ havelock-nc-28532/1199

FLOOR COVERINGS Cheap Charlies

Charles Mizelle (252) 447-3106 608 East Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 cheapcharlies@hotmail.com

FROZEN DESSERTS/ FUNDRAISING Kona Ice ofThe Crystal Coast, LLC

David Engelhard (252) 515-6108 4915-J Arendell St. Suite 247 Morehead City, NC 28557 coastalkona@kona-ice.com www.facebook.com/coastalkona

FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY Cotten Funeral Home & Crematory

Russ Hackett (252) 637-3181 2201 Neuse Blvd. New Bern, NC 28562 cottenfhc@yahoo.com www.cottenfuneralhome.com

EVENT RENTAL, PARTY SUPPLIES Jump N Thump Bounce Play & Party Rental

Jamel Carter & Ryan George (252) 617-3258 707 Ironwood Drive Havelock, NC 28532 jumpnthump@gmail.com www.jumpnthump.com

FITNESS

Planet Fitness / Jacksonville Fitness

Brad Driver (252) 652-6339 514 US Hwy 70 W Havelock, NC 28532 brad.driver@planetfitness.com www.planetfitness.com

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Membership FURNITURE

Wells Wayside Furniture

Patti Rackley (252) 447-3648 P.O. Box 303 Havelock, NC 28532 bowdencarr@yahoo.com www.bowdenandcarrfurniture.com

Frances Diffee (252) 447-8101 901 Highway 70 W, Route 5 P.O. Box 334 Havelock, NC 28532 wellswaysidelive.com www.wellswaysidefurnishings.com

Furniture Distributors

GIFT SERVICES

Bowden & Carr Furniture

Laura McCamy (252) 444-6960 509 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 Imccamy@yahoo.com www.furnituredistributors.net

Jillian’s Furniture

Sheila Mueller (252) 231-2890 402 West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 service@jilliansfurniture.com www.jilliansfurniture.com

Miriam Monroe, Consultant with Mary Kay (848) 448-2522 4211 Arbor Green Way New Bern, NC 28562

HEALTH DEPT.

Craven County Health Dept. Thomas Smith (252) 636-4930 2818 Neuse Blvd. P.O. Drawer 12610 New Bern, NC 28561 Thomas.smith@ cravencountync.gov www.cravencountync.gov

DIRECTORY HEATING AND COOLING

Sea Air Heating & Cooling / Trent Heat Scott Gaudette (252) 247-1122 176 US Hwy 70 W Havelock, NC 28532 debbie@jvilleheating.com www.jvilleheating.com

HOME REPAIR R-2 Home Repair & Maintenance Randy Ramsey (252) 444-0753 Cell: (252)241-2293 420 Jacqueline Drive P.O. Box 127 Havelock, NC 28532

HOSPITAL / HEALTH CARE

CarolinaEast Health System Megan McGarvey (252) 633-8154 P.O. Box 12157 New Bern, NC 28561 mmcgarvey@ carolinaeasthealth.com www.carolinaeasthealth.com

Carteret Health Care

Michelle Lee (252) 808-6000 P.O. Box 1619 Morehead City, NC 28557 mlee@ccgh.org www.carterethealth.org

HOTEL LODGING Econolodge

Heather Whichard (252) 444-8444 1013 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 gm.nc848@choicehotels.com www.choicehotels.com/nc848

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Hampton Inn and Suites / Atlantic Beach Michelle Breedlove (252) 247-5118 118 Salter Path Rd. Atlantic Beach, NC 28512 FAX: (252) 247-5705 www.hamptoninn.com

Hampton Inn Havelock Anand Maheshwari (252) 447-9400 105 Tourist Center Dr. Havelock, NC 28532 anand@h2-group.com www.hamptoninn.com

Holiday Inn Express & Suites

Cindy King (252) 447-9000 103 Branchside Dr. Havelock, NC 28532 www.hiexpress.com/hotels/us/ en/havelock/ewnes

Sherwood Motel

Andy Patel (252) 447-3184 318 West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 sherwoodmotel@hotmail.com

Springhill Suites-Marriott

Gwendolyn Fuller (252) 637-0017 300 Hotel Dr. New Bern, NC 28560 shsnbsales@1stcarolina.net www.springhillsuites.com/ewnsh

INCOME TAX PREPARATION H & R Block

Marilyn Brewer (252) 447-1040 410 West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 sheila.young2@tax.hrblock.com www.hrblock.com


Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Mike Duncan (252) 447-3401 327 West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 FAX: (252) 447-5439 Jh.emg@hotmail.com

INDIVIDUAL Don Beaver

Tom Braaten James Casti George Cook Kathleen Cook Bill Egen Eddie Ellis, Author (321) 549-9394 Flexspae2@aol.com www.edwardellis.com

Sue Kinner Michele J. Leo Theron McCabe Mike Sullivan, Maj Gen USMC, Retired Barbara Whiteman Linda Jo Wynn

INSURANCE Aflac - Bares, Mary

Mary Bares (252) 474-7178 131 Secretariat Dr. Havelock, NC 28532 mary.bares@us.aflac.com www.aflac.com

Chalk & Gibbs

Steve Chalk (252) 726-3167 1006 Arendell St. Morehead City, NC 28557 www.chalkandgibbs.com

Nationwide Insurance -Amato Insurance Group

Frank Amato (252) 447-8178 138 US Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 frank.amato@nationwide.com www.nationwide.com/frankamato facebook.com/ amatoinsurancegroup

State Farm Insurance Donna Comer

LIQUOR STORE

MARTIAL ARTS

Paul Brown (252) 638-1318 3493 Martin Dr. New Bern, NC 28562 ccabc23@embarqmail.com

Steve White (252) 447-1000 130 East Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 atama1006@gmail.com www.whitesatamartialarts.com

Craven County ABC Board

MANUFACTURING Tandemloc, Inc.

Katie Pratt (252) 468-8220 824 Fontana Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 www.tandemloc.com

ATA Martial Arts

MASSAGE THERAPY

Massage Solutions

Karen Conroy (252) 447-1100 1202 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 mymassagesolutions@gmail.com

Donna Comer (252) 444-1700 288 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532

INVESTMENTS

Edward Jones Investments Mike Sprague, AAMS® (252) 463-0406 Wolfcreek Professional Center 199 Highway 70 W Havelock, NC 28532 mike.sprague@edwardjones. com www.edwardjones.com

Edward Jones Investments Lou Balogh (252) 447-7383 Cell. 252-665-0906 101 Dolphin Ln Havelock, NC 28532 louisjbalogh@gmail.com

LIBRARY NONPROFIT

Friends of the Havelock Library Margie Garrison (252) 447-7509 301 Cunningham Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 mmgarrison@live.com www.havelocklibrary.org

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Membership MATTRESS/ BEDDING STORE Mattress 1st by Furniture Distributors

Jill Thigpen (252) 631-0847 215 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 jillthigpen@furnituredistributors.net www.mattress1st.com/havelock-nc.inc

MEDIA NEWSPAPER

Gatehouse Media Havelock News/Cherry Point Post Ken Buday P.O. Box 777 Havelock, NC 28532 ken.buday@havenews.com www.havenews.com

MILITARY AGENCY

Community Plans and Liaison Larry Squires (252) 466-4197 MCAS PSC Box 8003 Cherry Point, NC 28533

MOBILE TELEPHONE PROVIDER Cricket Wireless

Matt Bergevin (252) 652-7373 497 Highway 70 W Havelock, NC 28532 asim.hussain@nfinitewireless. com www.cricketwireless.com/

DIRECTORY NON-PROFIT

American Red Cross Coastal Carolina

Craven County Partners in Education Darlene Brown (252) 514-6321 3600 Trent Rd. New Bern, NC 28562 darlene.brown@craven.K12. nc.us www.craven.k12.nc.us

Vicki Labelle, Exec. Director (252) 637-3405 35 Shoreline Drive P.O. Box 12247 New Bern, NC 28561 vicki.labelle@redcross.org www.redcross.org/local/ Craven Smart Start north-carolina/eastern-northern-carolina/chapters/cape-fear Pinkie S. Moore (252) 636-3198 2111 Neuse Blvd. Suite F Boy Scouts of America, New Bern, NC 28560 Eastern Carolina FAX: (252)672-5922 Nathan Broce pmoore@cravensmart.org (252) 522-1522 www.cravensmartstart.org P.O. Box 1698 Kinston, NC 28503 Double B’s Motorcycle Club Nathan.broce@scouting.org Willie Kearse www.eccbsa.org (252) 646-3006 P.O. Box 483 Boys & Girls Club of Havelock, NC 28532 Coastal Plains kearsewj@yahoo.com Gerrod Green (252) 444-5437 Easter Seals UCP NC & VA 199 Webb Bvd. Mark Germann Havelock, NC 28532 (252) 636-6007 www.bgccc.net 2801 Neuse Blvd. New Bern, NC 28560

Coastal Women’s Shelter

mark.germann@eastersealsucp.com

Tova Hairston www.nc.eastersealsucp.com (252) 638-4509 P.O. 13081 Eastern Carolina Workforce New Bern, NC 28562 Development Board, Inc. cwsdirector@ Tammy Childers coastalwomensshelter.net www.coastalwomensshelter.org (252) 636-6901 1341 S. Glenburnie Rd. New Bern, NC 28562 Craven Community College FAX: (252) 638-3569 Foundation childers@ecwdb.org Charles Wethington www.ecwdb.org (252) 638-7351 800 College Court Federal Managers Assoc. New Bern, NC 28562 Sue Thatch wethingc@cravencc.edu (252) 464-7414 www.cravencc.edu P.O. Box 807 Havelock, NC 28532

Havelock Civitan Club Henry Sermons

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Havelock Pregnancy Resource Center

Cindy Springston (252) 444-4772 926 E. Main Street, East Plaza #18 P.O. Box 1158 Havelock, NC 28532 FAX: (252) 631-0664 havelockprc@gmail.com

Havelock Touchdown Club

Neuse River Assoc. of Realtors Darlene O. Spivey (252) 636-5364 1433 S. Glenburnie Rd. New Bern, NC 28562 darlene@nrrar.com www.nrrar.com

Salvation Army Family Store

Beckie Baldree (252) 571-0925 466 HWY 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 havelockTD@gmail.com HavelockTouchDownClub.com

Maj. Eugene Gesner (252) 637-2277 1228-1230 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 PO Drawer E New Bern, NC 28563 www.salvationarmyusa.org

Havelock/Cherry Point Rotary

SECU Crystal Coast Hospice House

Diane Menger (252) 675-2204 P.O. Box 1837 Havelock, NC 28532 havelockcherrypointrotary.org

Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Dianne Powell 3702 Darby Rd. New Bern, NC 28560 Kdpowell88@centurylink.net

Montford Point Marine Association, Inc. Chapter 36 Randy Holman (252) 659-2717 P.O. Box 1189 Havelock, NC 28532 MPMA36a@yahoo.com facebook.com/mpma36chpt

Neuromuscular Disease Support Org. (NMDSO)

Charlie Miller (252) 808-2244 100 Big Rock Weigh P. O. Box 640 Newport, NC 28570 Charlie.miller@cchhnc.org www.cchhnc.org

United Way of Coastal Carolina

Sandra K. Phelps (252) 637-2460 601 Broad St. P.O. Box 1385 New Bern, NC 28563 FAX: (252) 637-4190 info@unitedwaycoastalnc.org www.unitedwaycoastalnc.org

OBSTETRICS/ GYNECOLOGY

Eastern Carolina Women’s Center, PA Debbie Farnham (252) 633-3942 801 McCarthy Blvd. New Bern, NC 28562 dfarnham@womensctr.com www.easterncarolinawomens. com

OPTOMETRISTS Banks Eye Care

Dr. Joel Banks (252) 444-2020 1401 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 info@bankseyecare.com www.bankseyecare.com

PAINTINGINTERIOR, EXTERIOR, RESIDENTIALLIGHT COMMERCIAL Fresh Coat New Bern

H. James Yaeger (252) 670-7550 1822-6 S. Glenburnie Rd. #355 New Bern, NC 28562 jyaeger@freshcoatpainter.com www.freshcoatnewbern.com

The Harold Bate Foundation

Joyce Henricks (252) 638-1998 3515 Trent Rd Unit 4 P.O. Box 14298 New Bern, NC 28561 FAX: (252)636-1985 info@batefoundation.org www.batefoundation.org

Tryon Palace

William J. McCrea (252) 639-3500 529 South Front St. New Bern, NC 28562 info@tryonpalace.org www.tryonpalace.org

Sandi Sanderson, Exec. Dir. (252) 733-0799 202 Miller Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 nmdsojjsf@gmail.com

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Membership PARTY RENTAL Ultimate Party & Rental LLC

Edward Pridgen (252) 665-2047 1465 Blades Rd. Havelock, NC 28532 eddie-06@hotmail.com FAX: (252) 652-9197 ultimatepartyandrentalnc.com

PEDIATRICS

Coastal Children’s Clinic, Inc. Dr. Marston Crawford, MDFA (252) 447-8100 218 Stonebridge Square Havelock, NC 28532 703 Newman Road New Bern, NC 28562 www.coastalchildren.com

PERSONAL CARE Miriam Monroe Consultant with Mary Kay (848) 448-2522 4211 Arbor Green Way New Bern, NC 28562

PEST CONTROL SERVICES May Exterminating

The X-Team Termite & Pest Control

Phil Kaylor (252) 634-1779 2607 Old Cherry Point Road New Bern, NC 28564 Xt1999@gmail.com www.xteamtermiteandpest.com

PET GROOMING Paws and Affection Dog Grooming

Edward and Tiffany Carroll (252) 444-1470 304 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 pawsandaffection@yahoo.com facebook.com pawsandaffectiongrooming

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Peak Performance Sports & Phys. Therapy Judy Hickes (252) 447-4005 1202 East Main Street Havelock, NC 28532 P.O. Box 12830 New Bern, NC 28561 FAX: (252)447-4001

greggers@peakperformanceclinics. com peakperformanceclinics.com

DIRECTORY PHYSICIANS - INTERNAL MEDICINE

CarolinaEast Internal Medicine - Havelock

Barbara Hall (252) 447-7088 532 Webb Blvd Havelock, NC 28532 www.carolinaeasthealth.com

PROPERTY RENTAL

Mento Mento Real Real Estate Estate Services, Inc. Services, Phyllis MentoInc.

Phyllis447-4477 Mento (252) (252) 447-4477 17 Park Lane 17 Park Lane Havelock, NC 28532 Havelock, NC 28532 mentorealestateservicesinc mentorealestateservicesinc @hotmail.com @hotmail.com www.havelockrentals.com www.havelockrentals.com

Real Estate Management, Inc. Shannon Anderson (252) 447-7368 120 Crocker Rd Havelock, NC 28532 remshannon@earthlink.net www.remicherrypoint.com

Terry Millard (252) 447-8663 424-A West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 mayexterminating@yahoo.com www.mayexterminating.com

REAL ESTATE - COMPANIES/ REALTORS

First Carolina, REALTORS Tracy Campbell (252) 447-7900 347 West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532

tracycampbellrealestate@gmail.com www.havelock.com

Keller Williams Realty Brad Pino (252) 637-2010 1320 McCarthy Blvd. New Bern, NC 28562 kwnewbern.com

REALTOR

Tema Barnes /Realtor Tema Barnes (252) 447-7900 347 Ste. E West Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 temabarnes@gmail.com

REALTOR/ BROKER

The Adkins Team Keller Williams Realty

Miriam Adkins (252) 349-1927 1320 McCarthy Blvd. New Bern, NC 28562 FAX: (252) 638-3655 miriamadkins@ec.rr.com www.cherrypointrealtor.com

www.bowdenandcarrfurniture.com 211 Hwy 70W, Havelock, NC Phone: 252.446.3648 Fax: 252.444.3686 bowdencarr@yahoo.com www.bowdenandcarrfurniture.com

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REALTOR ASSOCIATE

RESIDENTAL BUILDER

RESTAURANT / CATERING

(252) 349-2493 5113 Highway 70 Suites A&B Morehead City, NC 28557 info@brendawilson.com www.brendawilson.com

Keith Thompson (252) 355-5805 200 E. Arlington Blvd., Ste.A Greenville, NC 27858 keith@billclarkhomes.com www.billclarkhomes.com

George Aswad (252) 444-1211 411 W. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 info@crabbypattys.com www.crabbypattys.com

Brenda Wilson

REFUSE HAULING AND RECYCLING SVCS Waste Industries

Anita Buttry (252) 223-4176 427 Roberts Road P.O. Drawer 1388 Newport, NC 28570 www.wasteindustries.com

RENTALS

Rice’s Rentaland

Kim Smith (252) 447-1515 558 US Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 FAX: (252) 447-7790 www.ricesrentaland.com

Bill Clark Homes

RESTAURANT La Casa Del Patron

The Quezada-Barajas Family (252) 444-1431 109 US HWY 70W Havelock, NC 28532 thepatronnc.com

Musashi Japanese Steak and Seafood

Tuan Nguyen (252) 444-1389 219 US Hwy 70 W Havelock, NC 28532

RESTAURANT / BAR & GRILL El Cerro Mexican Bar & Grill

Antonio Quezada (252) 444-5777 1331 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 comments@elcerrogrill.com www.elcerrogrill.com

Crabby Patty’s

Fat Fellas BBQ & Grille Jeremy Cannon (252) 223-3299 133 E. Chatham St. Newport, NC 28570 jcreeldoctor@gmail.com www.fatfellasbbq.com

Kings Catering

Joe Hargitt (252) 527-2101 405 East New Bern Rd. Kinston, NC 28504 oinkexpress@kingsbbq.com www.kingsbbq.com

RESTAURANT / TAKE-OUT

McDonald’s of Havelock

Bill Purcell 252) 638-3890 511 Hwy 70 W - (252) 447-2788 1221 E Main St. - (252) 4442608 Havelock, NC 28532 www.mcdonalds.com

RESTAURANT/ TAKE-OUT, CATERING

Smithfields Chicken & BBQ Jimmie Montieth (252) 447-5885 1419 East Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 havelock@scnbnc.com www.scnbnc.com

Little Caesars

Tom Baker (252) 447-5600 217 East Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 TNTPizza@embarqmail.com www.littlecaesars.com/en-us/ locator?q=28532

SCHOOL BOARD Craven County Schools

Dr. Meghan Doyle 252.514.6300 3600 Trent Rd. New Bern, NC 28562 (252) 514-6300 Fax: (252) 5146351 jennifer.wagner@cravenk12.org www.cravenk12.org

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Membership SCHOOLS

Annunciation Catholic School

Mrs. Anna Bragg (252) 447-3137 246 E. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532 info@acsnc.net www.annunciationcatholicnc.org

Arthur W. Edwards Elementary School

Kathy Leffler (252) 444-5140 200 Education Lane Havelock, NC 28532 kathy.leffler@cravenk12.org www.cravenk12.org

Early College East High School Allan Quinn (252) 444-5194 104 Middle School Lane Havelock, NC 28532 allan.quinn@cravenk12.org www.craven.k12.nc.us

DIRECTORY

Havelock Elementary School

Roger Bell Elementary School

Havelock High School

Tucker Creek Middle School

Kathy Barber (252) 444-5106 201 Cunningham Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 kathy.barber@cravenk12.org www.cravenK12.org Dr. Jeffrey Murphy, Principal (252) 444-5112 101 Webb Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 jeffrey.murphy@cravenk12.org www.cravenk12.org

Havelock Middle School

William Byland (252) 444-5125 102 Middle School Ln. Havelock, NC 28532 william.byland@cravenk12.org www.cravenk12.org

Pamela Holloway (252) 444-5133 804 Fontana Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 pamela.holloway@cravenk12.org www.cravenk12.org Mrs. Claudia Casey (252) 444-7200 200 Sermons Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 claudia.casey@cravenk12.org www.cravenk12.org

W. Jesse Gurganus Elementary School

Debra Hurst (252) 444-5150 535 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 FAX: (252) 444-5154 debra.hurst@cravenk12.org

SCHOOLSCOLLEGES/ UNIVERSITIES Craven Community College- Havelock

Wally Callabrese (252) 444-6005 305 Cunningham Blvd. Havelock, NC 28532 www.cravencc.edu

Brad and Susan White (252) 652-6620 160 US Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 info@abcsignsnc.com www.abcsignsnc.com

SMOOTHIES Hardcore Nutrition

Chris and Heather Wilson (252) 652-7732 476 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 heatherwilson86@yahoo.com facebook.com/hardcorenutrition

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Coastal Environmental Partnership Bobby Darden (252) 633-1564 P.O.Box 128 Cove City, NC 28523 miriam@crswma.com www.crswma.com

SWIMMING POOLS & SPAS Havelock Pool & Spa

Craven Community College

University of Mount Olive

TELEPHONE & INTERNET SERVICES PROVIDER

Michael Lane (252) 633-4464 2912 Trent Rd. New Bern, NC 28562 clane@umo.edu www.umo.edu

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ABC Signs & Graphics

Sue Faught (252) 463-3731 269 Hwy 70 West Havelock, NC 28532 sue@havelockpoolandspa.com www.havelockpoolandspa.com

Dr. Raymond Staats (252) 638-7200 800 College Ct. New Bern, NC 28562 staatsr@cravencc.edu www.cravencc.edu

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SIGNS/BANNERS

CenturyLink

(252)636-1514 1910 S. Glenburnie Rd Ste H New Bern, NC 28560 www.centurylink.com


TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Local 360 Media

Chris Oliver (252) 756-0133 113 Firetower Rd. Suite D Wintervile, NC 28590 c.oliver@local360media.com www.local360media.com

TRAVEL AGENT Accent Travel Rosetta Ruth

(252) 447-7889 207 Cindy Lane Havelock, NC 28532 rruth@ec.rr.com www.travelingwithrosetta.com

TRAVEL, VACATION

Your Time Vacations

Michael and Teri Richards (252) 665-3256 134 Craven Dr. Havelock, NC 28532 mrichards@dreamvacations.com www.yourtimevacations.com

UTILITIES NATURAL GAS Piedmont Natural Gas

Tammy S. Thurman (910) 321-2982 1069 Wilkes Rd. Fayetteville, NC 28306 michael.durham@piedmontng.com www.piedmontng.com

VETERANS

Disabled American Vets, Chapter 26 - Havelock James Hunter (252) 652-9166 468 US Hwy 70 W Havelock, NC 28532 davnc26cmdr@gmail.com www.dav.org

Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7315 Daniel J. Ellis (252) 447-8555 120 Lynnwayne Circle P.O. Box 331 Havelock, NC 28532

Women Veterans of Coastal NC

Colly Beck (252) 247-2431 136 Stonebridge Tr. Havelock, NC 28532 iCB2431@ec.rr.com

VETERINARIANS 70 West Veterinary Hospital

Dr. Jeffrey Ward, DVM (252) 447-9525 310 W. Main St. Havelock, NC 28532

Havelock Animal Hospital Dr. Larry S. Paul, DVM and Laura Kucera, DVM (252) 447-7119 415 Miller Blvd. P.O. Box 993 Havelock, NC 28532 havelockanima@gmail.com

WEB DESIGN Click Mine Design Lisa Seeber (252) 652-7357 603 Salem Court Havelock, NC 28532 lisa@clickmine.com clickmine.com

YELLOW PAGES, ADVERTISING, DIRECTORY Community Yellow Pages of Eastern NC (252) 637-7730 P. O. Box 10629 Goldsboro, NC 27532 blutz@enc.info.com www.encinfo.com

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Alpha 70 West Veterinary Hospital Dr. Jeffrey Ward (252)447-9525 VETERINARIAN

BayRacer Marine Mark Christensen (252)447-2277 BOAT SALES

A Dog’s Dream Daniel Spangler (252)514-2502 DOG BOARDING/DAYCARE

BB&T Shannon Adcock (252)447-0611 BANK

AAR Corporation Craig Perry (252)463-7401 AEROSPACE

Bill Clark Homes Keith Thompson (252)355-5805 RESIDENTIAL BUILDER

ABC Signs and Graphics Brad White (252)652-6620 SIGNS/BANNERS

Biz Time TV Scott Brown (252)296-1002 ADVERTISING-TV

Accent Travel & Cruises Rosetta Ruth (252)447-7889 TRAVEL AGENT

Blue Arbor, Inc Jaime Goosin (800)633-9715 EMPLOYMENT / DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING / PATERNITY TESTING

AFLAC Mary Bares (252)474-7178 INSURANCE American Red Cross Coastal Carolina Vicki Labelle (910)545-0076 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION Annunciation Catholic School Anna Bragg (252)447-3137 SCHOOL Arthur W. Edwards Elementary Kathy Leffler (252)444-5140 SCHOOL ATA Martial Arts Steve White (252)447-1000 MARTIAL ARTS Baldree’s Tire Pro Gary Baldree (252)444-3600 AUTOMOBILE SERVICES/TIRES Banks Eye Care Dr. Joel R. Banks (252)444-2020 OPTOMETRISTS

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Carteret County Chamber of Commerce Tom Kies (252)726-6350 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Carteret Health Care Michelle Lee (252)808-6000 HOSPITAL/HOME HEALTH & HOSPICE – MEDICAL GROUP Carteret-Craven Electric Coop Jake Joplin (252)247-3107 ELECTRIC UTILITY CenturyLink (252)636-1514 TELEPHONE SERVICES & INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER Chalk & Gibbs, Inc Steve Chalk (252)726-3167 INSURANCE

Coastal Carolina Regional Airport Andy Shorter (252)638-8591 AIRPORT Coastal Children’s Clinic, Inc Dr. Marston Crawford, MD FAAP (252)447-8100 PEDIATRICS Coastal Environmental Partnership Bobby Darden (252)633-1564 SOLID WASTE Coastal Women’s Shelter Tova Hairston (252)638-4509 NONPROFIT Community Plans and Liaison Larry Squires (252)466-4197 MILITARY AGENCY Community Yellow Pages of ENC Business Manager (252)241-2050 ADVERTISING/DIRECTORY GUIDE/YELLOW PAGES

Boeing John Gumbel (252)444-4329 AEROSPACE

Cheap Charlie’s Charles Mizelle (252)447-3106 FLOOR COVERINGS

Bowden and Carr Furniture Patti Rackley (252)447-3648 FURNITURE

Cherry Point Baptist Church Rev. Steve Epperson (252)447-5462 CHURCH

Compass Landing Apartment Homes Stacy Hunter (252)223-0388 APARTMENTS

Boy Scouts of America, East Carolina Council Nathan Broce (252)522-1522 NONPROFIT

Cherry Point Chiropractic & Rehab Dr. Russ Davis (252)444-3377 CHIROPRACTORS

CopyPro, Inc Tracey Mitchem (252)341-6823 COPIERS/SOLUTIONS

Boys & Girls Club of Coastal Plains Gerrod Green (252)444-5437 NONPROFIT

Cieszko Construction Co., Inc Martin Cieszko (252)447-2096 CONTRACTORS HEAVY INDUSTRIAL

Cotten Funeral Home & Crematory Russ Hackett (252)637-3181 FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY

CarolinaEast Health System Megan McGarvey (252)633-8154 HOSPITAL/HEALTH CARE

City of Havelock Frank Bottorff (252)444-6401 CITY MANAGER

CarolinaEast Internal Medicine Barbara Hall (252)447-7088 PHYSICIANS INTERNAL MEDICINE

Class Act Catering Phyllis Manning (910)389-7498 CATERING/WEDDING PLANNING

Crabby Pattys George Aswad (252)444-1211 RESTAURANTS/CATERING/ CAFES/COFFEE SHOPS/FISHING TACKLE/FRESH SEAFOOD

Click Mine Design Lisa Seeber (252)652-7357 WEB DESIGN

Craven Community College – Havelock Campus Wally Calabrese (252)444-6005 SCHOOLS - COLLEGES


Craven Community College Dr. Raymond Staats (252)638-7200 SCHOOLS - COLLEGES

Duke Energy Millie Chalk 1(800)452-2777 ELECTRIC UTILITY

Craven Community College Foundation Charles Wethington (252)638.7351 NONPROFIT

Early College EAST High School Allan Quinn (252)444-5194 SCHOOL

Craven County ABC Board Paul Brown (252)638-1318 LIQUOR STORE Craven County Economic Development Timothy Downs (252)633-5300 GOVERNMENT Craven County Health Department Home Health-Hospice Thomas Smith (252)636-4930 HOME HEALTH - HOSPICE

Easter Seals UCP NC & VA Mark Germann (252)636-6007 NONPROFIT Eastern Carolina Aviation Heritage Foundation Amanda Ohlensehlen (252)444-4348 NONPROFIT Eastern Carolina Women’s Center Debbie Farnham (252)633-3942 OBSTETRICS/GYNECOLOGY

Craven County Partners in Education Darlene Brown (252)514-6321 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION

Eastern Carolina Workforce Development Board, Inc. Tammy Childers (252)636-6901 NONPROFIT

Craven County Schools Dr. Meghan Doyle (252)514-6300 SCHOOL BOARD

Econolodge Heather Whichard (252)444-8444 HOTELS/LODGING

Craven Smart Start, Inc Pinkie S. Moore (252)636-3198 NONPROFIT

Edward Jones Investments Lou Balogh (252)447-7383 INVESTMENTS

Cricket Wireless Matt Bergevin (252)652-7373 MOBILE TELEPHONE PROVIDER

Edward Jones Investments Mike Sprague (252)463-0406 INVESTMENTS

Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 26 Havelock James Hunter (252)349-0006 NON-PROFIT Double B’s Motorcycle Club, Inc. Willie Kearse (252)646-3006 NONPROFIT

El Cerro Mexican Bar & Grill Antonio Quezada (252)444-5777 RESTAURANTS/CATERING/ CAFES/COFFEE SHOPS Excel Learning Center #6 Joanie Barnhill (252)288-5181 CHILDCARE Fat Fellas BBQ & Grille Jeremy Cannon (252)223-3299 RESTAURANT

Federal Managers Assoc. Sue Thatch (252)464.7414 NON-PROFIT First Baptist Church Pastor Donald Hadley (252)447-8478 CHURCH First Carolina, REALTORS Tema Barnes (252)447-7900 REAL ESTATE REALTORS First Carolina, REALTORS Tracy Campbell (252)447-7900 REAL ESTATE COMPANIES First Citizens Bank Chris Rocci (252)447-1171 BANK First Flight Federal Credit Union Julian Tripp (252)463-1705 CREDIT UNION Fisher Stores - Fuel Markets Wendy Fisher (252)633-6300 CONVENIENCE STORES - FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR Fleet Readiness Center-East John Olmstead, Public Affairs Officer (252)464-7001 AIRCRAFT DEALERS, EQUIPMENT AND REPAIR Fountain of Life Ministries Pastor Larry Taylor (252)447-6596 CHURCHES Fresh Coat New Bern H. James Yaeger (252)670-7550 PAINTING - INTERIOR, EXTERIOR, RES-LT COM Friends of The Havelock Library Margie Garrison (252)447-7509 LIBRARY/NON-PROFIT Furniture Distributors Laura McCamy (252)444-6960 FURNITURE

G & H TIRE & AUTO Inc. Michael Gray (252)444-8766 AUTOMOBILE SERVICES/TIRES Greater Topsail Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Craig Stinson (910)329-4446 CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE H & R Block Marilyn Brewer (252)447-1040 INCOME TAX PREPARATION Hampton Inn and Suites Mohak Thokia (252)247-5118 HOTELS/LODGING Hampton Inn Havelock Anand Maheshwari (252)447-9400 HOTEL/LODGING Hardcore Nutrition Chris & Heather Wilson (252) 652-7732 SMOOTHIES Havelock Animal Hospital Dr. Larry S. Paul & Laura Kucera DVM (252)447-7119 VETERINARIAN Havelock Civitan Club Henry Sermons (252)447-5660 NONPROFIT Havelock Elementary School Kathy Barber (252)444-5106 SCHOOL Havelock High School Jeffrey Murphy (252)444-5112 SCHOOL Havelock Middle School William Byland (252)444-5125 SCHOOL Havelock News Ken Buday MEDIA - NEWSPAPER

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Alpha Havelock Police Department Chief Marvin Williams (252)447-3212 POLICE DEPARTMENT Havelock Pool & Spa Sue & Joe Faught (252)463-3731 SWIMMING POOLS & SPAS Havelock Pregnancy Resource Center Cindy Springston (252)444-4772 NONPROFIT Havelock Touch Down Club Beckie Baldree (252)571-0925 NONPROFIT Havelock Tourist and Event Center Pam Holder (252)444-4348 CONVENTION CENTER Havelock/Cherry Point Rotary Club Board of Directors NONPROFIT Holden Temporaries Jessica Duffy (252)636-3111 EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Holiday Inn Express & Suites Cindy King (252)447-9000 HOTEL/LODGING Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Mike Duncan (252)447-3401 INCOME TAX PREPARATION Jillian’s Furniture Sheila Mueller (252)231-2890 FURNITURE Keller Williams Realty Brad Pino (252)636-6595 REAL ESTATE COMPANIES Keller Williams Realty Brenda Wilson (252)349-2493 REAL ESTATE REALTORS

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Keller Williams Realty, The Adkins Team Miriam Adkins (252)349-1927 REAL ESTATE REALTOR Kings Catering Joe Hargitt (252)527-2101 RESTAURANTS/CATERING Kittrell Auto Parts of Havelock Buddy Kittrell (252)648-8353 AUTO PARTS Kona Ice of the Crystal Coast, LLC David Engelhard (252)515-6108 FROZEN DESERTS/ FUNDRAISING La Casa Del Patron Elizabet Quezada – Barajas (252)444-1431 RESTAURANTS Lamar Advertising Company Mark Odell (252)443-0521 ADVERTISING,MEDIA, OUTDOOR Lisa Venema (252)444-3296 AVIATION ARTIST Little Caesars Pizza Tom Baker (252)447-5600 RESTAURANT-TAKE-OUT, CATERING Local 360 Media Chris Oliver (252)756-0133 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Diane Powell NONPROFIT Marine Federal Credit Union Diana Barnes (800)225-3967 CREDIT UNION Massage Solutions Karen Conroy (252)447-1100 MASSAGE THERAPY

May Exterminating Company Terry Millard (252)447-8663 PEST CONTROL SERVICES

NC Life Media and New Bern Now Wendy Card (252)638-6858 MEDIA - ONLINE

McDonald’s of Havelock Bill Purcell (252)638-3890 RESTAURANT – TAKE-OUT

Neuromuscular Desease Support Organization Sandi Sanderson (252)665-5308 NONPROFIT

Mento Real Estate EstateServices ServicesInc. Inc. Phyllis Mento Phyllis Mento (252)447-4477 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Edward Jones Investments Mike Sprague (252)463-0406 INVESTMENTS Mike Toler Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Mike Toler (252)247-2003 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS Miriam Monroe, Consultant with Mary Kay (848)448-2522 GIFT SERVICES, PERSONAL CARE Montford Point Marine Association, INC. Randy Holman (252)659-2717 NONPROFIT Munden Funeral Home & Cremations Steve Odom (252)444-6248 CEMETERY - CREMATIONS Musashi Japanese Restaurant Tuan Nguyen (252)444-1389 RESTAURANT Nationwide Insurance Amato Insurance Group Frank Amato (252)447-8178 INSURANCE Navy Federal Credit Union Mandy Kosner (888)842-9328 CREDIT UNION

Neuse River Regional Assoc. of REALTORS Darlene Spivey (252)636-5364 NONPROFIT New Bern Area Chamber of Commerce Kevin Roberts (252)637-3111 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE New Commission Fellowship C.O.G.I.C. Pastor Gary Cypress Sr. (252)808-5107 CHURCH Paws and Affection Pet Grooming & Self-Serve Dog Wash Edward & Tiffany Carroll (252)444-1470 PET GROOMING Peak Performance Sports and Physical Therapy Judy Hickes (252)447-4005 PHYSICAL THERAPY Pepsi Cola – Minges Bottling Group Wade Cline (252)746-9706 BEVERAGE DISTRIBUTORS Piedmont Natural Gas Tammy Thurman (828)304-8038 UTILITIES/NATURAL GAS Piney Grove A.M.E. Zion Church Rev. Robert Little (252)447-1600 CHURCH Planet Fitness Brad Driver (252)444-1473 FITNESS


Plaza Mini Storage Bea Cosans (252)447-8189 STORAGE

St. Paul Lutheran Church Pastor Jim Daub (252)447-3826 CHURCH

Tim Newton Auto Sales Inc Tim Newton (252)447-7372 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS

R2 Home Repair & Maintenance Randy Ramsay (252)444-0753 HOME REPAIR

State Farm Insurance Donna H. Comer (252)444-1700 INSURANCE

Trent Cadillac Buick GMC Mike Deichmann (252)633-2213 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS

Real Estate Management Inc. Shannon Anderson (252)447-7368 PROPERTY MANAGEMNET

Stonebridge Dental Assoc. Dr. Gerald Coats, DMD (252)447-3100 DENTAL OFFICE

Tryon Palace William McCrea (252)639-3500 NONPROFIT

Rice’s Rentaland Kim Smith (252)447-1515 RENTALS

Strange & Sons Catering Danny Strange (252)636-3663 CATERING

Tucker Creek Middle School Claudia Casey (252)444-7200 SCHOOL

Riverside Ford, Inc. Chris Biondo (252)447-3177 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS

Sumner Group Jacque Sumner (704)747-5498 AD AGENCY

Ultimate Party & Rental LLC Edward Pridgen (252) 665-2047 PARTY RENTAL

Roger Bell Elementary School Pamela Holloway (252)444-5133 SCHOOL

TAGG/Whiteman’s Engraving Mary Eastman (252)447-2895 SCREEN PRINTING/ EMBROIDERY, ENGRAVINGPLAQUES

United Way of Coastal Carolina, Inc Sandra Phelps (252)637-2460 NONPROFIT

Sea Air Heating & Cooling/ Trent Heating & Air Scott Gaudette (252)247-1122 HEATING & COOLING SECU Crystal Coast Hospice House Charlie Miller (252)808-2244 HOSPICE Sherwood Motel Andy Patel (252)447-3184 HOTEL/ LODGING Smithfield’s Chicken ‘N Bar-B-Q Jimmie Montieth (252)447-5885 RESTAURANT-TAKE-OUt Snap Fitness Havelock Mullins John (252)652-6474 FITNESS Springhill Suites by Marriott Gwendolyn Fuller (252)637-0017 HOTEL/LODGING St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church (252)447-3912 CHURCH

Tandemloc, Inc Katie Pratt (252)447-7155 MANUFACTURING

University of Mount Olive Michael Lane (252)633-4464 SCHOOL - COLLEGE UNIVERSITY

Tarheel Building Systems of New Bern Inc Bud Stilley (252)633-3633 BUILDERS

Veterans of Foeign Wars Post 7315 Daniel Ellis (252)447-8555 NON PROFIT

The Flame Catering and Banquet Centre James Boyd (252)633-1193 CATERING AND BANQUET FACILITY

W. Jesse Gurganus Elementary Debbie Hurst (252)444-5150 SCHOOL

The Harold H. Bate Foundation Joyce Hendricks (252)638-1998 NONPROFIT The Salvation Army Family Store Maj. Eugene Gesner (252)637-2277 NONPOFIT

Wells Wayside Furniture & Design Center Frances Diffee (252)447-8101 FURNITURE Women Veterans of Coastal NC Colly Beck (252)247-2431 VETERANS X-Team Termite & Pest Control Phil Kaylor (252)634-1779 PEST CONTROL SERVICES Your Time Vacations Mike and Teri Richards (252)665-3256 TRAVEL/VACATIONS

Walmart (252)444-2055 DEPARTMENT STORES Ward and Smith, P.A. (252)672-5400 ATTORNEYS Waste Industries Anita Buttry (252)223-4176 REFUSE HAULING & RECYCLING SERVICES

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