Entries by John C. Rose

Granville Chamber: HR Meeting June 20 at Noon

According to information from the Granville County Chamber of Commerce, the HR meeting for June is Thursday, June 20th, 2019 at 12 noon. The host for the meeting will be the Granville Vance Public Health Dept. (101 Hunt Dr., Oxford, N.C.). Lindsey Bickers Bock, Health Educator will be speaking on the educational programs that are […]

Noon News 06/13/19

Vance County Budget; Fire Tax Triangle North Healthcare Foundation GRACE Ministries Spaghetti Fundraiser June 14 Meet In The Street; H-V Chamber of Commerce tonight

Triangle North Healthcare Foundation Buys Garnett Street Station

— press release from Triangle North Healthcare Foundation Triangle North Healthcare Foundation Announces Community Investment Triangle North Healthcare Foundation’s Board of Directors has announced the acquisition of the historic Henderson landmark, Garnett Street Station. Through its newly formed limited liability company, Garnett Street Station, LLC, the Foundation closed on the property purchase on June 10. […]

GCPS: Summer Book Bus 2019

— cover photo and press release courtesy of Granville County Public Schools Did You Know…. Granville County Public Schools – We’re Going Mobile Again this Summer! Look for the Book Bus in a neighborhood near you. Did you know? Reading for pleasure makes a big difference to children’s educational performance. Evidence suggests that children who […]

Safe Plates Training Program July 1-3

— info courtesy Warren Co. Cooperative Extension Safe Plates Training Program for Food Protection Manager Certification Safe Plates course and test will take place on July 1-3 Class will be held on July 1st & 2nd Time: 9am-4:30pm Test: July 3rd: 9am-11am Location: Hawkins Center: 427 West Franklin Street Warrenton, NC What is Safe Plates […]

Town Talk: June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month; #ENDALZ

More than 5 million Americans live with Alzheimer’s, but less than half are ever diagnosed.  Acknowledging why your loved one is acting differently is hard, but early detection and care can make a significant difference, according to a public service announcement recently received at WIZS. Today’s edition of Town Talk featured Lisa Roberts, Executive Director, […]