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Latest Happenings and Things to do in New Bern through June 3rd

New Bern NC
May 1st – 31st: Tryon Civitan Food Drive benefiting Religious Community Services, drop off location is the UPS Store, 1822 S. Glenburnie Rd. Call 252-637-7500. 29th: Behind The Scenes: Museum Technology, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at Tryon Palace’s Waystation.  Call 252-639-3500. 31st: Knights of Columbus “Yard Sale”, Thurs: 7:00 a.m. – 12 :00 p.m.; Fri – Sat: […]
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Easter Seals UCP Gives Back

Easter Seals UCP
Our organization is holding a food drive on Friday, November 14th from 9am-5pm and Saturday, November 15th from 8am-12am to benefit local families in Craven, Pamlico, and Jones Counties. This is a great opportunity to help feed the hungry in eastern NC and I encourage you to join in our efforts. The food gathered will […]
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Our Kids Need You: Help Stop Hunger this Summer!

Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina
For more than 300,000 children living in the Food Bank’s 34-county service area, summer means a break from school, but also from much needed free and reduced-cost meal programs. In Carteret, Craven, Jones, Onslow and Pamlico counties, there are 23,665 children who rely on these free and reduced-cost meal programs. June, July, and August are […]
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Tryon Civitan Club Sponsoring Canned Food Drive for Salvation Army

Update: As of February 12th, The Tryon Civitans are less than 1/4 way to their goal and need our community’s help in collecting food for the needy. Listen to Laura Johnson’s interview with President Pat Drake airing on WNOS Talk Free Radio 105.9FM and 1450AM: https://www.newbernnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/NBN-salvation-army-food-drive-022913.mp3 For the month of February, The Tryon Civitan Club, […]
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2012 Kids Summer Stock – New Bern

Main Message Summer is historically a time when food drive donations tend to slow down for all food banks across the country.   People are out of their normal pattern.  They are on vacation. Hunger is not foremost on their minds. During the summertime, community-based non-profit agencies, such as food pantries and children’s programs, supported by […]
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