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Commissioners honor Eagle Scout David Wilson
David Tanner Wilson, left, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson of Tabor City, is presented a proclamation of recognition by Chairman Trent Burroughs of the Columbus County Board of Commissioners Monday night for having earned the Eagle Scout award, Boy Scouting’s highest rank. The document was signed by all seven county commissioners and by County Manager Mike Stephens, County Attorney Amanda Prince and County Clerk June Hall. It said, in part, “…attainment of this rank demonstrates that you are a hard worker and have the dedication to see a job through …your knowledge, life lessons learned, and good character developed will enable you to be highly successful in any future endeavor or occupation.” The new Eagle is a 2019 graduate of South Columbus High School and a member of Boy Scout Troop 512, sponsored by First Presbyterian Church in Whiteville. Staff photo by Allen Turner
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North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville
415 South Madison Street, Whiteville
What do the Salem Witch Trials and the concept of zombies have in common? They are both strange incidents that were originally explained away as supernatural forces in play but now have been found to be related to actual physical and/or scientific phenomena! Join SCC Science Department instructors James Hutcherson and Molly Baxter to explore how such findings have been discovered regarding these and other ‘stranger things’.
Unify Columbus II will be held Saturday, Feb. 22, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Bowers Auditorium on the campus of Whiteville High School. The event was first held last spring
Unify Columbus II will be held Saturday, Feb. 22, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Bowers Auditorium on the campus of Whiteville High School. The event was first held last spring“to help the citizens of Columbus County remember that we are all neighbors, who live together and work together,” organizer Dalton Dockery said. This year’s event will include a panel discussion around the topic, “Moving toward better unity spiritually and in life: are we making progress?”
The Columbus County Community Farmers Market 2020 Annual Meeting is Friday, February 28, 2020. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the program starts at 7 p.m. at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Center at 45
The Columbus County Community Farmers Market 2020 Annual Meeting is Friday, February 28, 2020. Dinner is at 6 p.m. and the program starts at 7 p.m. at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service Center at 45 Government Complex Road, Whiteville, NC 28472. The guest speaker is Alma Galloway, owner & operator of Maze Craze at Galloway Farm, Hallsboro, N.C. The discussion topic is agri-tourism. The meal will be prepared by Farmers Market Manager Susie Rockel utilizing fresh, locally sourced farm products.
Due to limited seating space and meal planning, DINNER RESERVATIONS are REQUIRED this year.
Learn to contribute to science through observing the natural world around you at The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville at 415 S Madison St. in Whiteville, N.C.
Learn to contribute to science through observing the natural world around you at The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville at 415 S Madison St. in Whiteville, N.C. Participants will learn how to use the iNaturalist app to help identify, document, and discover local floral and fauna. Bring a device with a camera, such as a smart phone or tablet to download the free app. This free program is for ages 5 and up. Registration is not required.
Please call the museum at 910-914-4185 with questions.
Chefs and Chefs in training compete for cash and People’s Choice, entertainment by Dr. Jim Brooks, presentation of colors by WHS JROTC, on-site photos by Onsite Photography, silent auction, and lots of food, fun, and fellowship. Dress is casual. Kids can wear superhero or princess costumes. Celebrating 21st Anniversary for this faith-based non-profit organization. All funds go back into programs/education/festivals/scholarships/events/camps/other non-profits in the county benefiting everyone from birth through senior citizens. No paid employees, just volunteers who love Columbus County. Celebrity Host/Hostess, Chefs/Chefs in Training needed. For more information contact: Rhonda Dutton, 640-8080; Meleah Evers, 840-9295; or Selena Rowell, 445-6031.