Expert shares tips to take control of work day How would you like to learn how to seize control of your workday, instead of allowing work stress to beat you down?
John Formica’s seminar, “Secrets to Taking Control of Your Workday. Reduce Stress, Be More Productive and Make Your Day a Little More Magical,” may be just what you’re looking for.
Formica, an “Ex-Disney Guy” known in many circles as “America’s Customer Experience Coach,” will be returning to the Richmond Community College c...
Cancer Survivors Day scheduled for June 2 PINEHURST — Organizers of 2013 National Cancer Survivors Day events hope that each survivor, relative, friend or cancer care provider who participates in the day’s activities will leave feeling like a “star” after the day of celebration. The focus will be on them and on their role in cancer survivorship.
Those attending the June 2 event hosted by the cancer care staff at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital will have the opportunity to put t...
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FSA urges Richmond County producers enroll in DCP/ACRE USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Juan M. Garcia encouraged Richmond County farmers and producers to enroll for the 2013 Direct and Counter-Cyclical Payment Program (DCP) or the Average Crop Revenue Election Program (ACRE) before the deadline.
“We understand that Richmond County producers have gotten busy, but they can’t forget to visit their county office and sign up for DCP or ACRE,” said Garcia. “Just as farmers plan their spr...
Praise band goes to competition A local praise band is competing in a gospel music competition for best gospel talent on the East Coast.
DiVine VII, a praise band made up of seven members from Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Rockingham, is one of many bands selected by L.J. Brown Enterprises to take the stage in this regional competition at Hill Song Church in Chapel Hill on Saturday, May 25, at 5 p.m.
The event is open to the public. Admission tickets in advance for adults...
4-H Summer Fun & Adventures registration open Next month, kids will get to do all the fun outdoor adventures you may recall doing when you were growing up, like canoeing.
Registration is now under way for 4-H Summer Fun & Adventures, which consists of a series of educational activities designed to make the most of summer vacation by encouraging youth to learn with productive activities that are fun. Activities will be held from June 17 to Aug. 7.
4-H Summer Fun & Adventures is open t...
Proceeds from Southern Side by Side Weekend benefit charity Annually celebrating vintage American gunmakers, 2013 marked the 10th Challenge Cup between the L.C. Smith Gun Collectors Association and the Parker Gun Collectors Association during the Southern Side by Side weekend, April 26-28. Proceeds from this event benefit a different charity each year.
Bill Kempffer of Deep River Sporting Clays & Shooting School presented Rick Mitchell of the North Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation with a donation ...
Law enforcement ceremony today This morning, members of the community will gather on the Richmond County Courthouse steps to recognize National Law Enforcement Week and Peace Officers Memorial Day.
At 11 a.m. Richmond County Sheriff James E. Clemmons Jr. will begin the ceremony by opening the program.
The guest speaker of the event will be Rockingham Police Chief Billy Kelly.
The event will last about an hour, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Nursing students earn pins After two years of study, 29 graduates of the Lillian Duer James School of Nursing at Richmond Community College celebrated completion of their Associates Degree Nursing (ADN) program at a pinning ceremony Thursday night, May 9, at the Cole Auditorium in Hamlet, N.C.
Ernest Grant, Outreach Coordinator for the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center and Professor at UNC School of Nursing, challenged the newly pinned nurses to be agents of change. ...
Prophets to gather for conference The Prophetic Believers Conference will be held May 19-24, 2013, at Greater Gospel Lighthouse, 552 Greenlake Road, Rockingham.
Over the course of next week, attendees will get to hear from eight different prophets, bishops, evangelists and a psalmist.
Greater Gospel Lighthouse’s Apostle Reginald White will lead the Commencement on May 19 with the Solemn Assembly.
The week begins May 19 at 11 a.m. with Bishop Kenneth Crumb, followed by P...
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Who let the dogs out? Mutt Strutt abounds this Sunday Richmond County Animal Advocates is gearing up for its inaugural pet walk, the “Mutt Strutt,” this Sunday, May 19, at Hinson Lake in Rockingham.
The pet walk is scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m. (rain date is June 2). The donation for the walk will be $10, which will be used to aid the organization as it continues to help Richmond County animals. This year’s event has been sponsored in part by the Dieffenbach GM Superstore in Rockingham.