Whiteville High School Athletic Director Todd Burney has announced that all Whiteville City Schools athletic events are moving to a cashless admission policy for 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 sinner, 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.
Starting July 20, every Tuesday and Thursday, beginning at 10 a.m. we will begin our Summer Reading Program for ages 4-12. The more books you read and the more activities
Starting July 20, every Tuesday and Thursday, beginning at 10 a.m. we will begin our Summer Reading Program for ages 4-12. The more books you read and the more activities you participate in, the more prizes you will be eligible to win! Go to the website and download the free printable reading log to document your progress or pick one up from the Whiteville Branch. https://ccplnc.weebly.com/kids–teens.html
Summer Reading is sponsored by the Columbus County Public Library System and the Local Government Federal Credit Union (LGFCU).
Register for the Summer Reading Program by going online or by calling the library at 642-3116. As you reach your milestones along the way, you will earn points that can be used to enter various grand prize drawings, which will be selected through random drawings to take place on Aug. 16.
In addition, once you have logged at least one book or activity after sign up, you will be automatically entered into our $25 gift card drawings. The gift cards will feature local and major retailers.
For more information call Rhonda Collins or Patricia Williams at 641-3974. Visit us at https://ccplnc.weebly.com/
July 28 (Tuesday) 10:00 am - August 31 (Tuesday) 10:00 am
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
COLUMBUS COUNTY LEGENDS
1021 TOON ROAD WHITEVILLE, N. C.
REGINALD WILLIAMS, RAISED IN CHADBOUN, N.C. A BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONIST AND NATIONIST SPEAKER FOR THE PAST 18 YEARS WILL HOST A WORKSHOP ON AUGUST 5, 2021 AT 6:00 P.M. WESTSIDE ALUMNI BUILDING SUBJECT COMMUNITY-CONVERSATION AND GUN VIOLENCE STRAGY! THE PUBLIC ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND! THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT ON THIS EVENT!
10 (Tuesday) 8:30 am - 12 (Thursday) 3:00 pm
Please bring $56.00 cash on the first day of class.
Columbus County Schools Board of Education-Professional Development Unit 1
817 Washington Street, Whiteville, NC 28472
Bus driver class.
Save the Date - The Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina announce the 2021 B&GH Rodeo is scheduled for Friday, August 13 & Saturday, August 14 at the Boys
Save the Date – The Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina announce the 2021 B&GH Rodeo is scheduled for Friday, August 13 & Saturday, August 14 at the Boys & Girls Homes Exhibition Center located at 215 Bill Thompson Ln in Lake Waccamaw. Ticket and event info will be updated as it becomes available.
13 (Friday) 6:00 pm - 14 (Saturday) 6:00 pm
Boys & Girls Homes Exhibition Center
8315 Sam Potts Highway
Save the date for the Great Tabor City Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet & Meeting on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. at The Ritz Center. More details to
Save the date for the Great Tabor City Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet & Meeting on Tuesday, August 24, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. at The Ritz Center. More details to follow.
(Tuesday) 6:30 pm
The Ritz Center
213 Hickman Road