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Important meeting at 1 p.m. today… Bladen County Commissioners and members of the Board of Education talk money…all about a budget for the coming fiscal year. The meeting will be held at the Ag Center on Smith Drive. Crunch time…
Relay for Life festivities were delayed recently due to inclement weather… It is re-scheduled for this weekend, beginning Friday PM.
Plans are being made for Bladen Mission 2015. Youngsters will spend a few days at Wesley’s Chapel UMC multi-purpose building. It’s a non-denominational effort. Young folks and adults will be operating a mission effort assisting with numerous projects in the area… Adults are needed to assist… The dates are June 14 through June 18… The cost for the youngsters is $50. Call 910-874-0601 for more info.
A salute to the Bladen County DOT employees who were winners in the Division Six Safety Roadeo held recently in Fayetteville. See our article on this news page.
Have any desire to run for President? The line is forming…. suggest you get your name in the hat… Early announcements are important… Every time someone else announces, your name is spread around as, “others who have announced.”
I am so proud of our local news efforts. BladenOnline covers the landscape…from one end of the county to the other. We cover more local meetings than anyone and happy to provide the service…It’s the only way I know to cover local news…local folks covering local activities for our local, regional, national readers… Our interest is LOCAL but others are welcome… Bladen County… Thanks for your support… It is so much fun… Oh yes, not only do we cover, we participate in making Bladen Better… See you Friday evening at Relay of Life.
It’s hard to be nostalgic when you can’t remember anything. Harding’s Happy Homily
You never know how much a man can’t remember until he is called as a witness. Will Rogers
Marriage is the alliance of two people, one of whom never remembers birthdays and the other who never forgets them. Ogden Nash
Creditors have better memories than debtors. Benjamin Franklin
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