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"Serving Pink Hill, Deep Run, Albertaon, Beulaville, And Their Surrounding Areas"
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# ' YPJL. 6 NO. 10 KENANSVILLE, NC 28349 MARCH 8,1984
New Health Care
Agency Receives *99000 Grant
nans are rapidly moving forward
for the development of a new agency
which will make available expanded
A home health care services to all
citizens of Duplin County.
, Duplin County Home Care, Inc.
will be a comprehensive home care
agency to coordinate and deliver
high quality home care services in
Since 1974, the county's home
health program has been operated
through the Duplin County health
department. Because of limitations,
alternative ways of expanding the
? available services were explored.
The result was the establishment
of DCHC, a non-profit, community
based health agency. Composed of
members of the professional and
medical communities, the Board of
Directors of DCHC has received a
grant of $99,000 from the Access to
Health Care program, a consortium
of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foun
dation, the Kate B. Reynolds Foun
dation and Duke Endowment. The
grant will provide the initial funds
necessary to organize and imolement
its service network and hire
personnel necessary to expend the
health services provided.
It is projected that home health
services will be transferred from the
county health department to DCHC
The agency will deliver skilled
nursing, physical therapy,, speech
therapy, occupational therapy, home
health aides, and social work along
with support services on a 24-hour,
The new agency has the support
and endoresement of the Duplin
County Board of Commissioner. The
Board of Trustees of Duplin General
Hospital, the hospital's medical staff
and the Duplin County Board of
The Board of Directors of DCHC
is: Donna Thigpen of Beulaville,
community college administrator,
chairperson; Russell Bostic of
Beulaville, pharmacist, vice-chair
man; Richard Harrell of Warsaw,
hospital administrator, secretary/
treasurer; Carolyn Ingram of
Warsaw, attorney; Rev. Madison
Highflll of HallsvUle; Dr. Edward
Boyette of Chinquapin, physician;
Dr. Doris Batts of Warsaw, phyr
sician; Dr. Anthony Mure of War
saw, physician; Irvin Graham of
Wallace, pharmacist; Robert Lee of
Warsaw, insurance agent; and Ray
Johnson of Wallace, banker.
Pro l b Duller V' J |
Duplin Pro Rick Green announces
several functions planned at Duplin.
Country Cub during the month of
March. Wednesday, March 7th, free
greens fees; Saturday, March 17,
steak fry at club house. Make
reservations at pro.shop - 296-0919.
Saturday-Sunday, March 31-April.l,
? annual spring Member-Member
tournament. Several teams have
already signed up to play including
Mark Vinson and Mickey Benton,
Frank Potter and Randy Bdens, Bob
Brumleve and Noble Martin, Bailey
Warren and Eddie Bass. Check at
the pro shop for details or call
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call or come by
Main St. 6W-41I3. Pink Hill.
Opan 8:30 ? 6. M-F. Sat ?:30 6
Charlie Sutton, chairman of the
Other clubs in the area report good
play but little planning at the present
time. Pro Jim Ftnch says Rockfish of
Wallace has a committee planning
golf outings that may be released
soon. Pro Doug Smith has good play
and hopes, to post activities within
the next several weeks.
A landscaping management work
shop will be held March 8 at 9 a.m.
at the Agricultural Extension Center
on Pink Hill Highway, Kinston. The
meeting should end around noon.
Dr. Kim Powell, extension land
scaping specialist, will be discussing
winter injury to ornamentals. Dr.
Arthur Bruneau, turf specialist, will
be discussing grasses for this area.
Dr. Bill Lewis, weed science spe-,
cialist, will be discussing weed
control in lawns and turf.
The Pink Hill Church of God is
sponsoring a gospel sing Sunday
night, March 11, at 7 p.m. with
Danny and the Ambassadors from
New Bern. The public is cordially
Susan Elizabeth Howard, 4,
daughter of Robert and Belinda
Howard of Grifton, was awarded the
title "Miss Eastern North Carolina
Pee Wee Hemisphere. The pre
liminary pageant was held recently
in Kinston. Judging was based on
good looks, charm, poise and peri
Susan will compete in early spring
again in Greensboro for the state
title and the winner there travels on
to Miami, Fla.
Susan has competed previously in
America's Little Miss pageant.
National Little Miss in which she was
awarded "best appearance" and
runner-up. Last year she carried the
title America's Miss Charm, Little
Miss Pitt County.
Susan is the granddaughter of
Horace A. Howard of Route 1, Pink
Hill, and the late Loretta Howard.
DOBSON CHAPEL REVIVAL
Everyone is invited to attend the
revival services at Dobson Chapel
Baptist Church on Hwy. 50, south
east of Kenansville.
Services begin March 18 and
nightly thru March 21 at 7:30 p.m.
The speaker will be the Rev. Paul T.
Mull, presently pastor of Cedar Fork
Baptist Church, Route 2, Beulaville.
He has served as pastor of Johnson
Baptist Church, New Hope Baptist
Church, and Calvary Baptist Church,
all of which are in the Eastern
Rev. Ed Johnson, pastor, urges
you to attend.
The Kenansville chapter of Aglow
will meet March 10 at Brown's
Restaurant in Kenansville at 8:45.
The speaker will be Phyllis Hinson
Turner of Goldsboro.
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Rev. Robert Hunter
The Rev. Robert Louis Hunter Jr.,
recently assumed the pastorate of
First Baptist Church in Deep Run.
Hunter is a Duplin County native,
hailing from Wallace. He is married
to the former Nancy Denise Rich.
Hunter graduated from Wallace
Rose Hill High School in 1978,
received a bachelor of arts degree in
religion from Gardner-Webb
College, having graduated cum
laude in 1982, and is presently
attending the Southeastern Theo
Wallace is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert L. Hunter Sr. of Wallace.
The Lesters from St. Mouis, MO,
will be singing at the 11 a.m. service
on Sunday, March' 11 at Christian
Chapel Free Will Baptist Church.
This family began in gospel music
more than 50 years ago and have
traveled over the U.S., Canada and
"Ain't Gpd Good," their first
nationally acchtimed hit, was rated in
the Top 40 in gospel music for over
17 months and was chosen as one of
theTop SO song? in the natiuon.
The pastor and congregation of the
church welcome the public for this ^
Local Girls To Compete In Miss Neuse
The Miss Neuse pageant will be
held Saturday, March 10 at Con
tentnea School at 7:30 p.m.
There are 11 contestants vying for
Among these are Shannon
Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Howard of Hugo, and Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Rose of Kinston.
Shannon in the granddaughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John William Howard
of Route 1, Pink Hill.
Also competing is Stephanie
Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Williams of Beuiaville, and
granddaughter of. hlrs. Christine
Wtjjiams of Route 2, Pink Hill.
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