Announcements: Eastern Star Missionary Baptist Church Spring Revival

Spring Revival at Eastern Star Missionary Baptist Church, 718 E. Church St, Tarboro, NC, Rev. Kelly Andrews, Pastor:

Tues. May 23 – Thurs May 25 with the Rev. Dr. Ricky Banks, pastor of St Stephen Missionary Baptist Church, Elizabeth City, NC & 1st Vice President of the General Baptist State Convention.

Devotions at 6:30 pm, service begins at 7:00 pm nightly.

Different choirs: Tues- Born Again Ministry Church Choir, Wed – St Stephens MB Church Choir, Thurs- Conetoe Chapel Baptist Church Choir.

Happenings In Princeville NC March 11th – 19th

Greetings to All:

Princeville, NC, will host an exhibit featuring the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation from February 17th, 2015 through March 21st, 2015.

The Town has planned a series of events and lectures in conjunction with the exhibit.

PRINCEVILLE, NC – The Princeville Museum will host a special exhibit created by the North Carolina Museum of History to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation. The museum has planned a series of lectures and special events in conjunction with the exhibit.

Wednesday, March 11th at 10am – Mr. Bullock will also lead a discussion on ‘Kid’s Day’ on

Saturday, March 14th at 1pm – Lawrence Auld, PhD will give a presentation on African American Sites of Interest in Edgecombe County.

Thursday, March 19th at 6pm – Mr. Earl Ijames, a curator with the North Carolina Museum of History, will give a presentation on the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation.

Please come out and support The Princeville Museum and Welcome Center!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Princeville Museum is located at 310 Mutual Blvd, 252-823-8500. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am to 5pm.

More information, including a schedule of events, is available on the Town’s website: www.townofprinceville.com, Facebook: Princeville Museum and Welcome Center or by calling or visiting the Princeville Museum.

Please feel free to share the events with everyone!!!!!!!!!!  

Yours Truly,

Tabatha A.  Powell

Princeville Museum Curator

Princeville, NC

(252)823-8500-phone

(252)823-8500-fax

310 Mutual Blvd.

PO Box 1527

Princeville NC, 27886

tpowell@townofprinceville.com – E-mail

Eastern North Carolina Civic Group Will Meet Saturday In Edgecombe County For The First Time Ever

The Eastern North Carolina Civic Group will meet on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 11:00 AM at Edgecombe County Administration Building 201 St. Andrews Street in Tarboro NC 27886. Special guest will be Peter Grear Attorney and Editor of Greater Diversity News Wilmington NC. Betty Selby, Secretary Eastern North Carolina Civic Group

Pinetops, NC – beGlobal Community Day to be held August 22, 2009

May 25, 2009

To Whom It May Concern:

be GlobalTM is a non-profit organization that targets high school students to participate in international summer service abroad programs. beGlobal’s mission is to challenge the thinking and motivations of our youth by exposing them to different cultures and customs. The anticipated result is that the youth will create more extravagant plans for their lives and aspire to create legacies. Graduate of the Southwest Edgecombe Class of 2000, Quenesha McNair would like to continue her efforts to expand this program in Edgecombe County, but needs your help.

beGlobal is organizing its first beGlobal Community Day!!!! We are planning for a day of fun and education as community members partner together to create excitement in our community. Your resources are needed! We would like for your organization(s) to set up booths at which the citizens can receive information about their health and tips about the prevention of various health issues such as HIV/AIDS, hypertension and diabetes. The event will held August 22nd, 2009 from noon until 5pm at the Pinetops Community Center.

Please respond by July 15th 2009 to state your commitment. I can be reached via email at founder@teensbeglobal.com or call 202.489.2178. Also, please visit us on the web: www.teensbeglobal.com!

Thank you in advance and Best Regards,

Quenesha McNair, beGlobal Founder

2009-07-03_18-08-39-390

Updated: Originally posted May 27, 2009. Added Flyer

New York – Press Release: BLACK COWBOYS "SADDLE UP" TO RAISE MONEY AND AWARENESS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 5, 2009

CONTACT:
Ghana O. Wilson
646-678-5046
Ghana@ghanawilson.com

BLACK COWBOYS "SADDLE UP" TO RAISE MONEY AND AWARENESS

Funds Raised at Inspirational Rodeo Will Fund Programs Aimed at Improving the Health, Education and Welfare of Children

New York, NY (BlackNews.com) – Saddle Up 4 Good (SU4G), an organization founded by urban cowboys, Dr. Ray Charles Lockamy and Mr. Morris, will host its first annual Saddle Up 4 Good "Spur Into Action" Inspirational Showdeo, June 18-21 at Gloucester Dream Park in South Logan Township, New Jersey. The traditional rodeo, has been transformed into a Showdeo, and will feature an IPRA sanctioned rodeo, a Polo demonstration, barrel racing, bull riding, livestock auction, western line dance, gospel performance and Sadie Hawkins dance, all to raise funds for area charities aimed at improving the lives of children.

"Our primary goal is to provide education, motivation and skill building for young men and women in an effort to teach them personal responsibility and accountability," said Dr. Lockamy. "Our ultimate goal is to motivate young men and women to make decisions about their goals and values, and act in ways that support their decisions," he added.

The Showdeo will open Thursday with a Competitive Rodeo, with over $5,000 in prize Money at stake, and close on Sunday with a Father’s Day Gospel Performance by a national act. "We wanted to connect with today’s youth to educate them about the contributions of the Black cowboy, empower and teach them the life skills that will help them improve their communities," said Raymond Lewis, president of RPL Consulting and SU4G producer. "We are very excited about the line-up and the support we have received from the corporate and rodeo community," Lewis added.

Saddle Up 4 Good began on July 1, 2008 with a benefit ride by Morris and Lockamy from Portland, Maine to Jacksonville, Florida. The ride concluded on August 16th with over $50,000 pledged to help fund Doorways for Woman and Families, a shelter that aids victims of domestic violence. At the conclusion of the 1,641 mile trek, the duo decided to expand their focus and raise money and awareness for cancer research, at-risk youth and AIDS Awareness.

Tickets for the Saddle Up 4 Good "Spur into Action" Inspirational Showdeo are available online at www.saddleup4good.com or by calling 877-860-SU4G (7844).

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