Up & Coming Weekly

March 17, 2020

Up and Coming Weekly is a weekly publication in Fayetteville, NC and Fort Bragg, NC area offering local news, views, arts, entertainment and community event and business information.

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WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM MARCH 18-24, 2020 UCW 31 In celebration of Women's History Month, avolia Glymph, professor of history and law at Duke University, will discuss her recently published book e Women's Fight: the Civil War's Battles for Home, Freedom and Nation. Sunday, March 29 at 2 p.m. Headquarters Library, 300 Maiden Lane avolia Glymph Author Visit United States Census 2020 CUMBERLAND COUNTY COMPLETE COUNT CENSUS 2020 Why is the Census important to Cumberland County? Political Representation N.C. is projected to gain a seat in Congress. 2020 Census data will be used for redistricting. Funding Census data is used to allocate $675 billion a year. N.C. receives about $16 billion annually. Cumberland County could lose at least $240 million over the next 10 years as a result of projected under counting. Community Impact Census data will be used to plan for highways, school lunch funding, emergency response, families in need and more. 2020 Census Facts By April 1, 2020, every home will receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. You may respond online, by phone, or by mail. During the 2020 Census you will never be asked for: • Social Security number • Money or donations • Anything on behalf of a political party • Your bank or credit card numbers Your personal information is kept confidential. The Census Bureau is bound by federal law to protect your information, and your data is used only for statistical purposes. www.2020census.gov www.nccensus.org Cumberland County continues to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation. For the latest updates, go to: co.cumberland.nc.us/covid19 Keep your dog on a leash. Keep your cats in separate carriers or boxes. Owners may be held responsible for their pets and for any damage they cause. $ 10 Cash only - No checks accepted Please bring exact change No rolled coins Per dog or cat North Carolina Law "The owner of every dog and cat over four months of age shall have the animal vaccinated against rabies." In Cumberland County, the owners of dogs and cats which have not been vaccinated in accordance with this law are subject to a civil penalty in the amount of $100. To remain properly immunized A dog or cat must receive two rabies vaccinations one year apart, then one vaccination every three years thereafter. For more information, call Cumberland County Animal Control at 321-6852 or Cumberland County Public Health Department Environmental Health Division at 433-3600 Protect your pet! Protect your pet! Tuesday, March 24 Loyd E. Auman Elementary School 6882 Raeford Road Rockfish Elementary School 5763 Rockfish Road, Hope Mills Thursday, March 26 Warrenwood Elementary School 4618 Rosehill Road Alderman Road Elementary School 2860 Alderman Road Thursday, March 31 E.E. Miller Elementary School 1361 Rim Road Eastover-Central Elementary School 5174 Dunn Road at Highway 13 Thursday, April 2 Massey Hill Classical School 1062 Southern Avenue Northwood Temple Church 4250 Ramsey Street, 401 N. at Andover Road Tuesday, April 7 District 7 Elementary School 5721 Smithfield Road Stedman Elementary School 7370 Clinton Road (Highway 24), Stedman Tuesday, April 14 Benjamin Martin Elementary School 430 North Reilly Road Clear Path Recycling Parking Lot 3468 Cedar Creek Road (formerly Monsanto) Thursday, April 16 Spring Lake Middle School 612 Spring Avenue, Spring Lake Melvin Honeycutt School 4665 Lakewood Drive All rabies vaccination clinics will be held from 4 – 6 p.m. News for Cumberland County Residents co.cumberland.nc.us Cumberland Matters Rock Without The Hard Edge for Fayetteville. And Local News updates throughout the day.

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