The Daily Southerner, Tarboro, NC

September 28, 2012

We Salute....

FOR THE DAILY SOUTHERNER
FOR THE DAILY SOUTHERNER

TARBORO — • EDGECOMBE EARLY COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL, on on being one of 28 high schools in the state to have a 100 percent graduation rate. The state rate was an all-time high 80.4 percent.

• E.L. Roberson Senior Center seniors who are competing in the North Carolina Senior Games State Finals in Raleigh through Saturday. Representing Roberson are Morgan Whitehurst (senior activity coordinator), Debbie Owens, Fay Overton, Johnnie Fay Taylor, Earl Leggett, Lillian Kirkland, Reggie Moss, Harry Ballard, Opal Sills, Shirley Mays, Ann Corney, Charles Copeland, Maggie Murray, Joe Murray, Maebell Lawrence and Jesse Partee.

• JANE ROGERS WILSON, on being welcomed as the new rector of Calvary Episcopal Church and as the vicar of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. The first renewal of ministry to be held in Tarboro in at least two decades took place Tuesday..

• NORTH EAST CAROLINA PREP SCHOOL, on the occasion of its groundbreaking at its new facility on Howard Avenue Extended. The $12.7 million renovation and construction project at the former Mary Frances Center will also offer an economic shot in the arm in the community.

• Rikki Barfield, RN, Matthew Eiban, speech language pathologist, and Betty Powell, nursing assistant, for being recognized by their peers as "Best in their field" during National Rehabilitation Week at Vidant Edgecombe Hospital.

• Tim King, director of respiratory therapy clinical education and respiratory therapy instructor at Edgecombe Community College, on being named this year’s recipient of the Keihin Endowed Faculty Chair.

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