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Nashville’s Chamber of Commerce offered their support last week to two businesses that have opened up in town.
Joyner-Silk-Reams Market Leader Realty and Wallace Appraisal recently opened in a renovated home at 915 Eastern Avenue.
A ribbon cutting was held for the businesses last Thursday morning, hosted by Nashville’s Chamber of Commerce.
A larceny by bypass of an anti-theft device was reported on 9/16/14 at Wal-Mart, 1205 Eastern Avenue
A larceny was reported on 9/17/14 at Just Save, 731 E Washington Street
A damage to property (vandalism) was reported on 9/19/14 at 112 Village Lane
A larceny from a trailer was reported on 9/15/14 at 5376 Highway 264 Alt
A larceny of a computer was reported on 9/16/14 at 11379 Old US 64
A breaking, entering and larceny of a residence was reported on 9/16/14 at 8005 Old Bailey Highway
A damage to property was reported on 9/16/14 at 534 Worth Road
Nash County Planning and Inspections issued the following building permits from September 15 through September 19
Wesley and Della Parrish celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a reception at Corinth Baptist Church in Nashville on September 13, 2014. The reception was given by their children. They were married September 12, 1964 at Maple Creek Methodist Church in Rocky Mount. Wesley retired from Carolina Steel Corp. where he worked for 46 years.
Laura Anne Kornegay and George Bradley Hearn were united in marriage on September 20, 2014 at 5 p.m. in Swansboro. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Ford Jordan.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Eugene Harris and Mr. William Ennis Kornegay, Sr., of Rocky Mount.
Randall and Elaine Hull of Nashville announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Elaine Hull, of Kill Devil Hill, to Dr. David Reide Corbett, of Kill Devil Hill, the son of Col. David Corbett of Punta Gorda, Florida and Be Beasley of Hayesville, North Carolina. The wedding is planned for 3 p.m. on Sunday, October 12, 2014 in Manteo.
Olivia Knightlinger of Spring Hope was recently selected to participate in the 2014 Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Rocky Mount/Raleigh pageant competition that will take place on Saturday October 4, 2014.
Olivia learned of her acceptance into this year’s competition when the pageant announced their selections following interviewing in the local Rocky Mount/Raleigh area.
Sheila Moore of Red Oak, a nurse manager at Nash General Hospital, recently earned her certification in Maternal Newborn Nursing from the National Certification Corporation.
A native of Kinston, Moore started as an LPN in 1987 at Pitt County Memorial Hospital, and she earned her nursing degree from Pitt Community College in 1992.
Monday, October 13 from 3 until 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 200 South Church Street, Rocky Mount
Tuesday, October 14 from 2:30 until 7 p.m. at Englewood Baptist Church, 1350 Winstead Avenue, Rocky Mount
Wednesday, October 15 from 12 until 4 p.m. at Eason Corporation, 8171 Planer Mill Road, Middlesex
Isaac Dewitt, 5, of Greenville, visited The Country Doctor Museum on Saturday and had a chance to experience pill making with Play-Doh as it was done in the earlier days.
The Country Doctor Museum brought history alive on Saturday, as it hosted its annual celebration of rural health care.
The Country Doctor Museum in Bailey is the oldest museum in the nation dedicated to the history of rural health care.
At the fourth annual “History Alive!” celebration, young and old came out for a glimpse into the past. Various activities were held, including museum tours and a horse drawn carriage rides.
Nash Community College faculty, staff and students gathered recently to remember the events of September 11, 2001.
Nashville Police Chief Tom Bashore was the guest speaker for the event, which was held at the College’s Business and Industry Center flag pole.
Bashore reflected on where he was that day and how that moment was etched in his memory, never to be forgotten.
The Nashville General Store hosted Coffee with a Cop on August 22 at its downtown store. Nashville Police Chief Tom Bashore (second from left) and Community Services Officer Jennifer Bull (far left) spent a few hours chatting with customers. The police department regularly holds Coffee with a Cop events at various Nashville businesses to allow the community to get to know the police department and to ask questions.
Students from Nash County and Johnston County’s Sheriff’s Department recently completed Detention Officer training at Nash Community College. The certification includes 181 hours of training designed to train qualified participants to function as officers in detention facilities. The course is governed by the North Carolina Sheriffs’ and North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commissions.
At the September board meeting of Nash UNC Health Care held on September 4, Dr. Frederick A. Frobose, President of the Medical Staff, announced that Gastroenterologist Dr. Mark Anderson is replacing Dr. Peter Muller as President-Elect of the Medical Staff. Anderson also replaces Muller as an ex-officio member on the Board of Commissioners.
Sunday was National Back to Church Service. We want to thank each of you who attended and made it a really great day of service and fellowship. We estimated our attendance at Beulah Church of Christ was almost twice what we have had lately on a regular Sunday service. I believe our regular members worked harder inviting friends to attend the special planned service.
On a beautiful autumn morning, Peachtree folks gathered for Sunday worship. Sanctuary flowers were given by Linda and Kenneth Edwards in memory of her father, Melton Manning. Pastor Whitehouse opened the service with the observance of “Believer’s Baptism” for Debbie King. The choir sang ‘The Longer I Serve Him, the Sweeter He Grows”.
Red Oak Baptist Church welcomes new members, Wayne and Jonah Faye Hardy.
Women in Action of Red Oak Baptist Church met on Thursday, September 18 at the church. They enjoyed a delicious spaghetti supper , discussed upcoming missions opportunities, and learned what specific missionaries are doing to spread the gospel and ways we can do the same.
The Voice of Nashville Community Group welcomed The Honorable Carol Allen White, NC Clerk of Superior Court of Edgecombe County, to their meeting on September 15 in the Town Council Chambers. They also welcomed Edgecombe County Sheriff James L. Knight to the meeting and members of the community.