WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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The Wilson Family YMCA received $3,200 from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation. The YMCA will use the gift to provide healthy snacks to the children in the Girls on the Run and STRIDE for boys … more
Tammy Daniel, YOUTH of Wilson executive director, left, accepts a $1,500 check from Cargill Animal Nutrition business support associate Shelia Plowman. The donation will be used for the agency's … more
Kelsey Newsome, special population and senior specialist with the city of Wilson Parks and Recreation, left, receives a $1,000 donation from Jack Schimick, Wilson Knights of Columbus grand knight. … more
Wilson Breakfast Optimist Club President Billy Forbes, left, presents Forest Hills Middle School teacher and Gentlemen's Agreement program mentor Ken Fontenot with a $1,000 donation to help fund … more
Recipients are shown awaiting food donations during the Opportunities Industrialization Center of Wilson's quarterly food distribution on March 27. Employees of Smithfield Foods' Wilson plant … more
Joyner's Funeral Home President Dell Joyner presents a $1,000 gift to Wilson County Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Elisabeth Farnsworth. The gift will help sponsor the annual Habitat Roast … more
Dell Joyner of Joyner's Funeral Home presents a donation to Elisabeth Farnsworth for the Habitat Roast on April 11 honoring Charles Pittman. In addition to Joyner's Funeral Home, Habitat Roast … more
The N.C. Martin Luther King Jr. Commission has awarded the Team Power Foundation $500 to support its mission of youth outreach through athletic training. Pictured from left are personal trainer … more
The Elm City/Wilson chapter of the Frederick Douglass High School Alumni Association presented a  $1,400 donation to Frederick Douglass Elementary School to fund a fourth-grade field trip to the … more
Morgan Matacale, left, and Christa Jones, center, of Wilson-based Scouts BSA Troop 789, accept a $300 check from Al Boulo of the Wilson Evening Optimist Club on the troop's behalf. The Boy Scouts of … more
Kurt Schmidt of Schmidt Law, left, presents an $850 gift to Wilson Education Partnership Executive Director Robin Williams to help sponsor Boots & Bow Ties. The WEP fundraiser will be held at … more
Billy Forbes, president of the Wilson Breakfast Optimist Club, center, presents a $500 donation to Wilson-based Boy Scout Troop 8. Optimists made the donation at their Monday meeting to allow new … more
Wilson Breakfast Optimist Club President Billy Forbes, left, presents a $500 scholarship to Alex Crosby to be applied toward his tuition and fees at Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory. … more
Wilson Education Partnership Executive Director Robin Williams, left, receives a $1,250 check from Hilton's Fine Clothing owner Walter Finklea as a presenting sponsorship for the WEP's Boots & … more
The St Timothy's Episcopal Church Women donated $500 from annual bake sale funds to Children's Hunger Elimination of Wilson. Lisa Stone, right, treasuer of CHEW, and Cindy Rhodes are … more
Lynne White, left, executive director at the Wesley Shelter, receives a $7,800 donation from Sheila Wiggins of the Healthcare Foundation of Wilson Auxiliary. The funds will be used to support … more
Ginger Williams of the St. Timothy's Episcopal Church Women presents a $500 donation from the group's annual bake sale proceeds to Lynne White, executive director of the Wesley Shelter. The Wesley … more
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