Angela Bryant, State Representative, recently spoke to students at the Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Center about the duties of being a representative as well as those of other leaders.
Mildred Moore, Executive Director of the Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Foundation served as guest speaker at Princeville Elementary School. She spoke to a third graders about Garrett A. Morgan, the inventor of the traffic light. She also talked to students about ways to show and give respect to others.
Children at the Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Center recently received the opportunity to make flower and greenery arrangements with the help of the Master Garden Group. Children created arrangements to give to their parents. They even made a visit to Our Community Hospital in Scotland Neck to deliver arrangements show their care to the residents there.
The Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Foundation was one of the highlights of the Tillery Christmas Parade. The float created by SNERF volunteers placed third in the annual Christmas parade in Tillery.
The Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Foundation recently held a 50/50 Raffle fundraiser. The center is grateful for all those who contributed to the center.
The Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Foundation is thankful for its many volunteers. Pictured here are volunteers for a recent fundraiser for the center. Front row (left to right): Greg Boyd, Archie Moore, Mildred Moore, and Eddie Braxton. Back row (left to right): James Gunnells, Gra Whitehead and Chuck Hutaff.
Students at Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Center were all smiles as they opened packages of supplies donated by Mr. Larry Smith of Las Vegas, Nevada, Ms. Mary Martin of Norfolk, Virginia, and Ms. Mamie Ruth Moore of Chesapeake, Virginia. The three are all relatives of the center’s director, Mildred Moore. They visited the center during a family reunion outing and were so impressed with what they saw that they wanted to help. The students and volunteer staff members thanked the family members for their timely donations.
Mildred Moore, director of Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Foundation, recently escorted a group of senior citizens from the Scotland Neck Senior Center to Rocky Mount OIC Center to participate in an Older Adult Health Care Luncheon. The luncheon was sponsored by the Health Access Coalition of the NC Justice Center and AARPNC. Scotland Neck Education and Recreation Foundation and Scotland Neck Senior Center are two community facilities working together for the good of Scotland Neck and surrounding Halifax County.