News & Notes -Teen Summit; propagandize reserve collection; guided debate of Forest Hills
August 15, 2014 - School Supplies
Held during a Community Boys and Girls Club, a giveaway eventuality welcomes village members. The bar is located during 901 Nixon St., in Wilmington.
For some-more information, call 910-762-1252.
Back to School Buddy Program collecting supplies, donations
WILMINGTON | Wilmington Elks Lodge #532, a Wilmington Police Department, and a New Hanover Sheriff Department are teaming adult to allow propagandize reserve to area students during an eventuality to be hold during 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 20, during 5102 Oleander Drive.
The Back to School Buddy Program invites a open to benefaction propagandize reserve or income during a event. Following collection, propagandize reserve will be delivered to a Wilmington Housing Authority Creekwood Center. Supplies will also be accessible to youths from noon-6 p.m. Saturday Aug. 23, during a Martin Luther Center, 401 S. Eighth Street. All students requesting propagandize reserve contingency have a primogenitor or defender benefaction when picking adult items.
For some-more information, call Alfredia McDonald during 910-233-2544.
Stroll by Forest Hills with guided tour
WILMINGTON | The Historic Wilmington Foundation is charity dual opportunities to wander by a area by guided debate 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 21; and Tuesday, Aug. 26. Reservations for a Aug. 21 debate are due by Aug. 19; and reservations for a Aug. 26 debate are due Aug. 22.
The tours start during Forest Hills Elementary School, 602 Colonial Drive. The cost is $10 per person.
To RSVP or obtain some-more information, call Angie during 910-762-2511.
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