WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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Carol Collier, treasurer of the Golden Circle Optimist Club, presents a $1,000 replica check to Gary Farmer of the Wilson Luncheon Lions Club for the purchase of the Spot eye screening machine used … more
Dennis Johnson, left, chairman of the Wilson County Tourism Development Authority, presents a check for $5,000 to Bill Myers for the Oliver Nestus Freeman Roundhouse Museum. Also pictured is Sandra … more
WhirliDogs advisory board member Natalie Catala, left, accepts a $500 donation from Anna Belle and Tripp Vaughan from Vaughan's Jewelers at the Shoppes at Brentwood. These funds will be used to … more
Joyner's Funeral Home President Dell Joyner, left, presents a $500 gift to Gary Farmer of the Wilson Luncheon Lions Club to help purchase a Spot vision screener. The handheld vision screening device … more
The Children's Hunger Elimination of Wilson recently received a $500 grant from Wilson's Walmart Neighborhood Market through its Walmart Giving program. Jamie Sonurant, manager of the 2700 Ward Blvd. … more
Dennis Johnson, left, chairman of the Wilson County Tourism Development Authority, presents a $1,000 check to Robert Hignite, an Old Wilson Neighbors Association board member. The donation is … more
Debbie Bradshaw of the Healthcare Foundation of Wilson, left, presents a $4,000 check to Stacy Wilson, immunization coordinator at the Wilson County Health Department.The funds will be used to … more
The Wilson County ABC Board recently gave a $5,200 grant to Wilson's Recovery Concepts Community Center's Easy Does It Café program. The money will fund the Monday night program where those in … more
The Breakfast Optimist Club of Wilson donated $500 to Nate and Drew O'Neil for expenses to compete in the Drive, Chip and Putt contest regional qualifier at the Atlanta Athletic Club. Pictured from … more
The All-American Kiwanis Club gave $2,500 to the Arts Council of Wilson to sponsor an ACT for Youth play. Pictured are Scott Windham, club president, left, with Cathy Hardison, the Arts Council of … more
Joyner's Funeral Home President Dell Joyner, left, presents a $2,000 gift to Mickey Grizzard to help sponsor Mulligans Fore Kids.   more
Wilson Shriners Tony Ferrell, left, and Jimmy Edmundson accept a $500 gift from Joyner's Funeral Home President Dell Joyner, center, to help with the Shrine Club's annual fish fry … more
Smithfield Foods plant manager José Pabon, left, presents a $250 donation to WhirliDogs advisory board member Gloria Vazquez. The funds will be used to help support the mission of opening a … more
United Tobacco Co. President Hewitt Poland, left, presents a $500 donation to Jimmie Lucas, WhirliDogs Cafe and Training Center advisory board member. The funds will be used to support WhirliDogs' … more
Billy Forbes, left, president of the Wilson Breakfast Optimist Club, presents Elm City Middle School eighth grader Ethan Boyette with a $500 donation to support his participation in the Optimist … more
Jeff Bell, left, executive director of the Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park, receives $10,000 in funding  from Dennis Johnson, chairman of the Wilson County Tourism Development Authority Board of … more
Dennis Johnson, chairman of the Wilson County Tourism Development Authority, left, presents a $10,000 check to Keith Barnes, board member of the N.C. Baseball Museum. The appropriation will be used … more
Ryan Simons, left, president of the Wilson Chamber of Commerce, receives a $3,400 check from Dennis Johnson, chairman of the Wilson County Tourism Development Authority Board of Directors..The money … more
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