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Alumni to meet

The North Carolina Central University Johnston County Alumni Chapter will meet at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at Johnston Piney Grove Baptist Church, 1691 Barber Mill Road, Clayton. Contact Margaret Barbee 919-585-2934 or email: margbarb@aol.com.

Newcomers welcome

The Newcomers and Neighbors Club meets at 7 p.m. the fourth Wednesday of the month at the Woman’s Club on Church Street in Clayton.

Double letter value

The Johnston County Scrabble Club meets from 6-8 p.m. Mondays at Melody’s Coffee Shop and Book Store, 117 N. Third St., Smithfield.

Speech anyone?

Clayton Area Toastmasters meet from 6-7 p.m. Thursdays at the Workforce Development Center, 135 Best Wood Drive. Call Anthony Allen at 919-585-2098 or visit claytontm.com.

Bricks support ECA Clubs

Was your mother, grandmother, aunt or sister a member of a Home Demonstration Club or ECA? Honor her with a lasting legacy.

To celebrate the Centennial of the Extension & Community Association, the NCECA Foundation is selling commemorative bricks that will be placed in the Dr. Jane S. McKimmon Garden on the N.C. State Campus. McKimmon first organized Home Demonstration Clubs (now called ECA Clubs) in 1913; these clubs later raised money to help build the McKimmon Center in her honor, where the garden is located.

Bricks measuring 4x8 are available for donation of $100; bricks measuring 8x8 are $500. Bricks will be printed with a special message and this donation is 100 percent tax deductible. Make donatations by March 1.

For information or to receive an order form, call Jayne McBurney, 919-989-5380 at Johnston County Cooperative Extension.

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