Up & Coming Weekly

March 17, 2015

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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16 UCW MARCH 18-24, 2015 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM Enter for your chance to WIN tickets Enter for your chance to WIN tickets Name____________________________________________ Address__________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Phone Number_____________________________________ Email____________________________________________ Please send completed entry form to Up & Coming Weekly, 208 Rowan St., Fayetteville, NC 28301 or fax to 910.484.9218. Big Hair Little Hands J. Co Salon and Blo' Dry Bar is joining hands with KidsPeace to raise money for foster children in our community! 417 Hay Street, Suite B Fayetteville, NC 28301 910-401-3800 Blowdry Bar Marathon Friday, March 27th CUMBERLAND co.cumberland.nc.us Registration for the Mid-Carolina Senior Games is open until March 27. The games for older adults in Cumberland, Harnett and Sampson counties will be held April 15 - May 4. The registration fee is $11 for Mid-Carolina county residents and $15 for non-county residents. For information, call Mid- Carolina Games Coordinator Tracy Davis at 910-323-4191, ext. 27, or email tdavis@mccog.org. Register for Mid-Carolina Senior Games Rabies vaccination clinics will be held March 31 through April 23, every Tuesday and Thursday, at different sites throughout the county. The cost is $10 per animal. State law requires the owner of every dog and cat over four months of age to have their animal vaccinated against rabies. The only method of payment accepted is cash. Clinic hours are from 4 to 6 p.m. at the following dates and locations: Tuesday, March 31 • Stedman Elementary School – 7370 Clinton Rd., Highway 24 • Martin Edwards Auction Services – 10335 Ramsey St., Linden Thursday, April 2 • Loyd E. Auman Elementary School – 6882 Raeford Rd. • Rockfish Elementary School – 5763 Rockfish Rd., Hope Mills Tuesday, April 7 • Massey Hill Classical School – 1062 Southern Ave. • Melvin Honeycutt School – 4665 Lakewood Dr. Thursday, April 9 • E.E. Miller Elementary School – 1361 Rim Rd. • Spring Lake Middle School – 612 Spring Ave., Spring Lake Tuesday, April 14 • Warrenwood Elementary School – 4618 Rosehill Rd. • Alderman Road Elementary School – 2860 Alderman Rd. Thursday, April 16 • Benjamin Martin Elementary School – 430 North Reilly Rd. • Clear Path parking lot – 3468 Cedar Creek Rd. Tuesday, April 21 • Eastover-Central Elementary School – 5174 Dunn Rd. • Northwood Temple Church – 4250 Ramsey St., U.S. 401 N. Thursday, April 23 •District 7 Elementary School – 5721 Smithfield Rd. • Mazarick Park – 1612 Belvedere Ave. Call 910-321-6852 or 910-433-3660 for more information. New Assistant County Managed Hired Rabies Vaccination Clinics March 31 - April 23 Jackson County Manager Amy Cannon has hired Tracy Jackson as the County's new assistant county manager. Jackson has 27 years of local government experience in North Carolina, most recently as the county manager in Lincoln County. Jackson, who began work March 16, started his local government career in 1988 as a paramedic for Forsyth County Emergency Medical Services. He worked with Guilford County Emergency Services as an EMT-paramedic and training officer before serving as the Brunswick County Emergency Services Director. He spent 13 years with Iredell County Government, rising from EMS Director to assistant county manager/emergency management coordinator and then deputy county manager. Jackson earned a bachelor's degree from Western Carolina University in emergency medical care in 1988 and a master's degree in public affairs from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1993. "We are pleased to welcome Mr. Jackson to our Leadership Team and look forward to working with him," Cannon said. "I am excited and looking forward to starting work with Cumberland County. I have been impressed by the people I have met and their enthusiasm for the jobs that they do," Jackson said.

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