WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896
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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
Kathie Davis, left, executive director at the Wilson Family YMCA, receives a $2,000 donation from Sheila Wiggins of the Healthcare Foundation of Wilson Auxiliary. The Wilson Family YMCA, Wilson Parks … more
Earl Reaves, executive director of the Flynn Christian Fellowship Home, center, accepts a check for $708 from Jessy House on behalf Elm City Quarters for Charity, which House manages. Also pictured … more
The Golden Circle Optimist Club of Wilson held a Valentine's Day party on Saturday and donated $2,300 to the Free Will Baptist Children's Home of Middlesex. Pictured from left are Carrie Brown of the … more
Earl Reaves, executive director of the Flynn Christian Fellowship Home, receives a check for $500 from Melba Martin. The money is a portion of the proceeds from the St. Timothy's Episcopal Church … more
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