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Hurricane Matthews – Edgecombe County Donations

Good Sunday to everyone! Thank you for your generous outpouring to help those displaced by Hurricane Mathew get through this time.

Please share: Anaconda Road is the primary donation drop off location.

For today only: SUNDAY, October 16, these locations are distributing clothing and drinks:

Michael’s Angels
216 Main Street, Tarboro

St James Temple Missionary Baptist Church, McNair Road, Tarboro


Pinetop’s Baptist Church, Pinetops – will continue to take donations until further notice

The Chamber office located at 509 Trade Street is distributing products for displaced flood persons.

The Chamber’s hours for donations will be 10:00am – 4:00pm. Monday – Wednesday and then it will be a day to day operation.
This is a temporary location. Please watch future posts for permanent location.

Items needed:
toothpaste and toothbrushes
cleaning products: buckets, mops, bleach
canned goods
ziploc storage bags
insect repellent
Underwear for ALL

If your church or organization are wishing to help; assembling individual comfort kits would be greatly appreciated:
razors, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, washcloth, etc.

FEMA is on site at the Tarboro High School until 7:00pm today

Meals: are available at the High School: breakfast, lunch and dinner. You will need to sign in, so the team can coordinate meals.

Prayers to everyone, please share this post

Donations Via Go Fund Me For George Dickens Jr.

On February 28th 2015, 4 kids unexpectedly had their hero taken away from them. Their father George Dickens Jr. was fatally shot at his place of business. Four kids ages 16, 14, 5 & 3 lives have been forever changed.

George was well known throughout his community as a local barber and well known from state to state as a music writer, producer and artist.
Our goal is to provide some support and assistance for his kids. George was a family man. He put time in with his wife and kids & while nothing outside of him being here can replace that, the plans & dreams he had for them should still be carried out in his honor. In his honor we can all help make this possible.

Click on photo to go directly to GO FUND ME Legitimate Site. The site is set up by a family member and we made contact today.


Seeking Donations

Just look at all of the places and events that I recorded via DVD and Photos just over the past week alone that I have shared with you. You have some powerful videos of the Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Celebrations ending on yesterday however if you missed those over the past week, Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II will be in Rocky Mount Sunday evening at 7 PM.

The local newspapers give you a summary of their opinion of the events, however I give you my opinion but I also give you the opportunity to watch the event and form your own opinion. Now you can’t get it no better than that and free too!

If I had the finances I could do so much more and could also be able to pay for you to be able to watch my videos on your cell phone/tablet. I could also pay to Livestream (broadcast live) the events as I am recording them.

Individuals, organizations, churches, political events, weddings and other events see what The DCN News Blog/Online TV can do to showcase your events.

Send your donations today.

See what is playing on The DCN TV and view photos.

Thanking you in advance!

Barnhill Contracting Co. donates former headquarters to school district – Rocky Mount Telegram

TARBORO – Edgecombe County Public Schools will be moving its central office into a new $1.3 million building in 2015.

If that was not good news enough, the better news is the facility will put no strain on the school system’s budget and will not cost taxpayers anything.

The Edgecombe County Board of Education recently passed a resolution accepting a gift from Barnhill Contracting Co. of the company’s former headquarters building and adjacent storage facility on Main Street.

“I was blown out of the water by that kind of gift,” Superintendent John Farrelly said. “It speaks dramatically to their support of education and what we’re doing. It also says a lot about how they feel about the community. (Source: Read more)