At the 7:30 kickoff at Legion Memorial Field Friday night, the temperature was an unseasonably warm 70 degrees. Two hours and 40 minutes later, the...Read more
The Whiteville High School Marshals 1992-93 left to right, front row: Melissa McIntyre, Amanda Davis, Jennifer Floyd, Amy Harrelson. Back row: Shawn Enojado, Charles Ransom, Dave Eichman, Charlton Hudson, William Gore III, William Hardie, Jeremy Sessoms, John Lewis, David Dimitrious and Mark Harritan, Chief Marshal.
Tool Identification state champions named at the state FFA convention last week were Dearl Butler, Lew Bartrop, Ricky Buffkin, Carroll Blackwell, Scott McDaniel (inset) and Coach John Faulk of the West Columbus FFA Chapter. The chapter also had another first place team winner, and two individual first place winners.
Youngsters enjoyed a sack race during their recreation period at Whiteville First Baptist Church’s vacation Bible school. Area churches hosted a dozen or more schools during the past weeks.
The NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville offers the Let's Go Fishing! An ecoEXPLORE Skill Session on Saturday, Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. at Helm's Nature Preserve. This event
The NC Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville offers the Let’s Go Fishing! An ecoEXPLORE Skill Session on Saturday, Oct. 23 at 11 a.m. at Helm’s Nature Preserve. This event is free, but registration is required.
Participants can build their own simple fishing pole and catch some fish to make observations towards an Ichthyology Badge! Wildlife Action is allowing the use of their private pond for this program, so no fishing license is required. Just bring a device to take pictures of your catch!
This program is geared towards current participants in the free ecoEXPLORE citizen science program for kids ages 5-12. If you are interested in joining this initiative, please register and come learn all about it. Sign up for your free ecoEXPLORE account ahead of time at ecoEXPLORE.net.
Space is limited in this program so register soon! Register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of children and adults attending. Each child will build their own fishing pole to keep.
Helms Nature Preserve is located at 543 Sunset Terrace in Whiteville.
(Saturday) 11:00 am
Helms Nature Preserve
543 Sunset Terrace