WHS’s Health Occupations Students of America and the American Red Cross collaborate to host their second blood drives of the year. Click the link to access “rapid pass” registration, which will make your blood donation process much quicker. Please bring ID to blood drive.
Smart Start annual pajama giveaway for children ages birth to fiveSmart Start Early Learning Center (ELF)107 W. Main Street
The Columbus County Partnership for Children (Smart Start) will host its annual “pajama distribution” on Thursday, December 12 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Smart Start Early Learning
The Columbus County Partnership for Children (Smart Start) will host its annual “pajama distribution” on Thursday, December 12 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Smart Start Early Learning Facility located at 107 W. Main St. in Whiteville.
The event will provide free pajamas to children ages birth to five. The sleepwear will be distributed free of charge until they are gone. Children must be present. Pajama sizes are standard for boys and girls up to age 5. Colors, styles, quantities and designs may vary.
Items will be pre-packaged for random and quick pick-up (only one package per child age birth to five). The Partnership is unable to accommodate special requests for styles, colors or designs of the sleepwear. All Columbus County children, ages birth to five, are invited to the event.
The National Pajama Program provides warm sleepwear and books to children who are in need. The program operates in the United States as well as in other countries. In the past, the Partnership collaborated with the Pajama Program and distributed sleepwear to local community service agencies. This year’s event is being supported by YWCA Lower Cape Fear and the Early Parenthood Program; Campbell Soup Supply Company and various vendors in Columbus County.
For more information about the Pajama Distribution or other services of the Columbus County Partnership for Children, call 910-642-8226, visitwww.columbussmartstart.org or follow the Columbus County Partnership for Children on Facebook.
Administrative office hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Dinner & Show Combo Ticket – $15 Show Only Ticket – $6
South Columbus High School
40 Stallion Drive Tabor City, NC 28463
South Columbus High School Arts Education Department presents “A Stallion Christmas Spectacular Dinner & Show.” This event will feature the following:
Stallion Concert Band & Colorguard, Mane Attraction Choral Ensemble, Stallion Small Vocal Ensemble, Mixed Chorus, Visual Arts Presentations, Showstoppers Dance Team, Southstage Theater, Piano & Guitar Students. Dinner menu is as follows: Roast Beef, Fried Chicken, White Rice, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Pasta Salad, Various Desserts, Sweet/Unsweet Tea, Lemonade, Water. Dining hall is open 5-6:30 p.m., including pre-show dinner entertainment. House doors open at 6:30 p.m., with the main show beginning at 7 p.m.
Whiteville Garden Club Annual Holiday GatheringFirst Baptist Church412 N Madison Street
Whiteville Garden Club is hosting its Annual Holiday Gathering of the Whiteville Garden Club with its members and guests. This special Christmas Tea will be held at 11 a.m. on
Whiteville Garden Club is hosting its Annual Holiday Gathering of the Whiteville Garden Club with its members and guests. This special Christmas Tea will be held at 11 a.m. on December 13th within the First Baptist Fellowship Hall, 412 N. Madison St., Whiteville. Hostesses for the Christmas Tea are Myrtle Corbett, Jeanette FormyDuval, Brenda Jolly and Hilda Ray. Everyone is invited to attend.
Vist the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville’s Teen Science Café at 415 S. Madison Street in Whiteville, from 5:00-6:30 pm on Friday, December 13,2019
Vist the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences at Whiteville’s Teen Science Café at 415 S. Madison Street in Whiteville, from 5:00-6:30 pm on Friday, December 13,2019 to hear about sustainable and alternative agricultural options that will allow us to continue enjoying the foods we love so much!
The speaker is Leroy Humphries who grew up in Mullins, S.C. and currently owns a local small farm with his wife. Humphries was recently appointed as the Lead Instructor for the new Agribusiness Technology program at Southeastern Community College where he has been a part of the Science Department since 2012. Humphries is a US Navy veteran serving in Operation Desert Storm and is currently working on his PhD in Marine Biology at UNC Wilmington with a focus on the effects of sea level rise on coastal forests and agricultural land.
Teen Science Café is an informal, interactive program with a visiting scientist or professional expert that promotes exploration, creativity and lifelong learning. Teen Science Café Whiteville programs are free. Free food is offered at the end of the event for all participating teens. Teen Science Cafés are recommended for ages 11-17.
Teen Science Café Whiteville is in its eighth year of free STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) based programs for teens. Teen Science Café Whiteville is part of a nationwide program. For more information about the Teen Science Café National Network, visit www.teensciencecafe.org.
Can’t come to the event? Cafés are recorded and archived on Facebook for your convenience. Link to our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/teensciencecafewhiteville. Café recordings are located under the “Videos” tab of the Facebook page.
SAVE THE DATE: on January 17, 2020, join TSC Whiteville for a presentation on comic book art by local comic book writer and illustrator, David Johnson.
Join us the 2nd Saturday of each month for a special story and hands-on exploratory activity. Storytime is recommended for children in pre-school to kindergarten, but all ages are welcome.
Join us the 2nd Saturday of each month for a special story and hands-on exploratory activity. Storytime is recommended for children in pre-school to kindergarten, but all ages are welcome. No reservations are required for this free program except for groups larger than 10.