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Smithfield Wine Walk TOMORROW!
Harbor Shelter will host the 9th annual Downtown
Smithfield Wine Walk, a wine tasting to raise money for Harbor and its
programs tomorrow evening, November 15th, from 5-9pm. You can
visit approximately twenty businesses in downtown Smithfield and sample
a different wine at each location.
begin at Harbor Shelter’s Pizazz, located at 119 North Third Street.
There, walkers will have their IDs checked and be given commemorative
wine glasses and a wristband to wear, which will allow them to taste
different wines at the participating businesses. Advance tickets can
still be ordered and are $20 (a $5 savings). Order
online at www.harborshelter.org.
Cinemas Customer Appreciation Day this Saturday!
Cinemas invites you to their Customer Appreciation Day this Saturday,
November 16th. All day long, enjoy $.15 popcorn and drinks (NOT
A TYPO)! Plus, all first responders who wear their uniform or
show ID get in FREE! Our friends at Country Superstars 102.3
will broadcast live from 12-2pm and you can register to win a movie
party for up to 15 people, including refreshments.
Annual Johnston Health Gobble Waddle, presented by
HealthQuest Fitness and Wellness Center, takes place this
Saturday beginning at 9am. It is a timed run and fun walk event
for all ages and fitness levels – definitely family, stroller, and dog
participants are asked to bring at least five items of canned food to
the event or drop them off at HealthQuest. Canned goods will be donated
to our partner food bank agencies right here in our community.
registration ends TODAY at 5:00pm; onsite registration will also be
Waddle is part of the Johnston Health Race Series.
Heel Traveler" at
County Heritage Center
County Heritage Center in Smithfield will host a book signing by author
Scott Mason on Saturday, November 16, from 11am to 2pm. Mason
will have copies of his newest book, Tar Heel Traveler: New Journeys
Across North Carolina, as well as other popular books he has
written about North Carolina cuisine and encounters with unique
individuals throughout the state. His book Faith and Air: The
Miracle List (2017), includes a miracle story about Johnston
County’s own J. D. Lancaster, a Pearl Harbor survivor.
On the following
Saturday, November 23 at 11am, the Heritage Center will
unveil its next exhibit, “A Generation Goes to War, 1941-1945.”
The displays will feature direct quotes from Johnston County soldiers
and other local individuals who experienced the Second World War.
for the Spartan Regiment!
equals another big win for the Smithfield-Selma High School Marching
Band! On November 2nd, the Spartan Regiment were crowned
at the 2019 Crystal Coast Band Classic. Go Spartans!
If you have not
had the chance to see this awesome band perform, you can do so at this
year's Smithfield Christmas Parade on December 12th at 7pm!
Senior Selected as National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist
to Neuse Charter School's Alicia Spencer, who was recently
selected as a Semi-Finalist for the 2020 National Merit Scholarship.
Alicia, who also runs track for the Cougars, was selected from over 1.5
million students for her high PSAT/NMSQT scores. If selected as a
winner, Spencer will receive $2,500 towards her freshman year of
college. Way to go, Alicia!
Christmas Tree Lighting December 5th
Join us for
Smithfield's Christmas Tree Lighting from 7-8pm on Thursday, December 5
at the corner of Third and Market streets. With performances by local
choruses, bands, and dance groups, cookie decorating, hot chocolate, a
chance to win prizes, and other fun games and activities. This event
offers something for the entire family to get in the holiday spirit!
Plus, a special visitor from the North Pole will help us light the
full job advertisements may be obtained at the Smithfield Town
Hall, located at 350 East Market Street in Smithfield, or by
visiting our website at www.smithfield-nc.com/jobs. Only qualified applicants
should apply. The Town of Smithfield is an ADA/EEO Employer.
Smithfield Town Board Opportunities:
Appearance Commission - 3 Positions
Board of Adjustment - 2 In-Town Position, 1 In-Town
All positions are three year terms,
unless otherwise specified. Interested citizens can download an "Application
for Board Appointment" on the Town's website or call
Town Clerk Shannan Parrish to request
one by mail at 919-934-2116.
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