- Posted: September 24, 2018
- Category: Onslow County
Onslow County Updates 9-24
Brigade Boys & Girls Club announces it will open Onslow County operations on Tuesday, September 25th and will remain open until traditional school schedules resumes. In an effort to serve the community, all program fees are waived. In addition, the Club is open to all children, with any non-current members needing to complete necessary paperwork. Please note there are capacity maximums at each site.
The following locations are operating:
Trinity United Methodist Church located at 301 Marine Blvd / 8:00am-6:00pm / Grades K-8 / Bag lunch needed / Capacity of 50
Jacksonville Youth Center located at 804 New Bridge St / 8:00am-6:00pm / Grades K-8 / Bag lunch needed / Capacity of 35
Richlands United Methodist Church located at 101 E. Hargett St / Grades K-8 / Bag lunch needed / Capacity of 75
First United Methodist Church in Sneads Ferry located at 305 Lakeside Drive.
N.C. Dept of Insurance sets up Insurance Camps, relief sites in hard hit New Bern, Jacksonville
RALEIGH — Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has organized Insurance Camps to be held in flood-ravaged New Bern and Jacksonville this week to help storm victims recover from Hurricane Florence.
Representatives from approximately 20 insurance companies and FEMA will set up Tuesday in a village-like setting at the Lowe’s Home Improvement store parking lot, 1400 Lowe’s Blvd., New Bern, NC 28562 from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Agents will be on hand to answer questions and help file insurance claims.
On Wednesday, the camp will move to the Lowe’s Improvement Store parking lot at 425 Yopp Rd., Jacksonville, NC 28540 and take place from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
“We are going in to areas devastated by wind, rain and flooding to assist people whose homes and lives have been torn apart by Hurricane Florence,” said Commissioner Causey. “We want to give victims direct contact with their insurance company and others who can answer questions and address concerns so they can file insurance claims and can get their lives back on track as soon as possible.”
For more information, visit www.ncdoi.com.