Lenoir Community College recently was awarded a $10,000 grant through the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to support LCC and the Greene County Family Literacy Program for the 2020-2021 school year. The amount of the grant is the maximum allocation for the category.
As for his own experience at casinos, Hanks has been to Las Vegas a few times and claims he is an outstanding bluffer. “My face is like granite, so I don’t have a tell!”
The Lenoir Community College Foundation is happy to welcome back Assistant General Manager, Sales of the Down East Wood Ducks Jon Clemmons as a Casino Night Celebrity Dealer this year.
Pink Hill Mayor Carol “Snake Eyes” Sykes rejoins the Lenoir Community College Foundation this year as a celebrity dealer at Casino Night.
Kinston Mayor Dontario Hardy rejoins the Lenoir Community College Foundation this year as a celebrity dealer at Casino Night on January 31 from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. at the Lenoir County Shrine Club.
Leon Steele, Executive Director of Pride of Kinston Downtown Revitalization, returns as a celebrity dealer at Lenoir Community College Foundation Casino Night.
UPDATE: All audition times for Lenoir Community College’s production of Ragtime, The Musical are now full; however, video auditions by noon on Saturday, January 4 are being accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org.