The Daily Southerner, Tarboro, NC


November 9, 2012

Edgecombe Events November 9 thru December 1, 2012


Medicare Open Enrollment

If your are looking to change your plan or just want to see if they plan you are in is still the best plan for you call the E.L. Roberson Center at 641-4263 to make an appointment.

NOV 8 - 16


Spring Registration

Register November 6-16th for Spring 2013 classes at ECC. Call 823-5166, ext. 255.


Holiday Greenery Sale

The Tarboro TNR & Feline Friends and Friends of the Tarboro Animal  Shelter’s 3rd Hoiday Greenery Sale. Fresh fraser fir wreaths, garlands, and mailbox swags from Banner Elk will be available for pick up on Nov. 25th & 26th. Orders must be placed by today, Nov.  9th. Prices ranges from $16 to  $30. To request an order form, call 567-3053 or email

NOV 10

Function at the


Area Youth Football teams at SouthWest Edgecombe High School. Starting at 9am. Teams Participating are Wilson B&G Club, Little Tarboro Vikings, and SWE Cougar Cubs. Admission is $4 for adults, $2 for ages 6-12,  and free for kids 5 and under.

1st Annual Music

& Arts Festival

North East Carolina Prep School hosting at Indian Lake Park in Tarboro from 10am-4pm. This community event will feature various live music and dance performances, a cornhile tournament, concessions, baked goods, raffles, and much more. This is a fun-filled event for the whole family. $5 for adults and children are free with a paying adult.

Phoenix Historical Society

Will hold it’s  November educational program at 2pm at the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 1263 New Hope Church Rd., Battleboro. The topic will be Knights of Labor in Edgecombe County: 125th anniversary of Nathanuel Marriott’s letter to T.V. Podwerly.

NOV 11


At Saint Anne’s Chapel and Event Center, corner of Howard Ave. Ext. & McNair Rd. Beginning at 5pm. For more information call 904-2022.

NOV 12

Veterans Day Ceremony

   The Pilot Club of Tarboro and American Legion Post 19 will sponsor a Veterans Day Ceremony at 11am. The ceremony will be held next to the Veterans Memorial on The Town Common. The public is invited.

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