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Neil & Susan Fabbo
House of Hope of North Carolina is a Christian therapeutic school, home, and counseling center for hurting and vulnerable girls, ages 12-7 and their families. When there is a hurting teenage girl in a family, the entire family is affected and the entire family needs help.
We use the terms hurting and vulnerable because even though some of the girls at House of Hope may have been in trouble, their actions stem from a deeper hurt that has not healed.
Since 1998, we have served approximately 253 families (around 715 people including girls, parents, step-parents, grandparents, and siblings) within a 60-mile radius of Clayton. We are able to serve 8 families at a time with our residential program and up to 20 families receiving non-residential services. Our goal is to help heal each family member and bring reconciliation to the family as a whole.
Parents are required to spend time with their daughter on approved weekly visits/passes for every program phase. Throughout the phases, both parents and teenager are involved in weekly counseling. Visitation and privileges are gradually increased so that we are consistently working toward our goal of reconciling the family.
PO Box 339, Clayton, NC 27528
408 Covered Bridge Road
Clayton, NC 27520
Flags for Heroes is back for 2022 to honor our heroes and celebrate Memorial Day and Flag Day! With your help, over 1500 American flags will be raised between two locations: Clayton and Smithfield, next to the Johnston Health Hospitals on Sunday, May 29, 2022 and will remain up through June 19, 2022. Click on the “Sponsor Flags” button to learn more and secure your flag sponsorship today!
In 2020, we started our mission to display American flags to honor the heroes of the members of our community during the pandemic. We continue to honor everyone’s heroes each year: Veterans, current military, first responders, frontline healthcare workers, family, friends, and strangers who have touched our lives and been an inspiration to us all. To all of these heroes:
WE HONOR YOU!
Sunday, May 29th, 5pm – Opening Ceremonies & Flag Raising
Members of the three host Rotary Clubs, visiting Rotarians, local government officials, media partners, corporate and individual flag sponsors, representatives of Veteran associations, First Responders, and Healthcare workers are invited to attend a pre-Memorial Day ceremony followed by the raising of over 1500 flags between the two locations.
Tuesday, June 14th, 6:30pm – Celebrating National Flag Day & A tribute to our Veterans and First Responders.
Details to Follow. Refreshments will be provided once again by Publix of Clayton.
Sunday, June 19th, Time TBD – Father’s Day Family Heroes Event
We will hold a Flag Removal Ceremony. All of our sponsors are invited to join us for an afternoon of family fun and service (more details to follow).
Mission: To illuminate the natural world and inspire its conservation
Vision: A knowledgeable and empowered society, making decisions informed by science
Come explore seven floors of interactive exhibit spaces that span two city blocks, courtesy of the largest natural history museum in the Southeast. From dinosaurs to dioramas, from microbes to meteorites, our exhibitions offer something for everyone. Free General Admission
The state’s museum devoted to science and nature, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in central Raleigh is the largest institution of its kind in the Southeastern United States and, with over a million visitors a year, the state’s most visited museum. Its 300,000 square-foot downtown campus is augmented by Prairie Ridge Ecostation and satellite facilities in Whiteville, Greenville and Contentnea Creek. Together, they provide a variety of curriculum-focused classes onsite, offsite, outdoors and online for pre-kindergarten through graduate students across the state.
As a museum of nature, we integrate the dual concepts of illumination and inspiration with the work we do and the many stories we tell. In a time of unprecedented environmental challenges, nothing could be more critical. This nexus of ideas makes us unique. Across three vibrant floors of laboratories and exhibitions, our Nature Research Center provides an unparalleled opportunity to see science in action by watching Museum researchers studying the natural world in real time. In the Nature Exploration Center, exhibits and live animal displays reveal North Carolina’s rich natural habitats, wildlife and geology from the Appalachian Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean.
When Rich Camacho’s father-in-law was looking to hire an auto-body painter for his body shop, he placed an advertisement online and received 80 resumes—for house painters.
Online job platforms typically search for keywords, a system that usually works just fine for white-collar jobs, but often gets lost in translation for blue-collar jobs. Camacho recognized this problem and founded his own solution: Blue Recruit.
“We will be the first platform to market that does away with resumes, that does away with job posts,” Camacho said. “We want to allow America’s workers a very quick and efficient way to get their expertise, their experience out there.”
Opening the door to the truck, the heat assaulted me with the punch of a sauna. Today's training with the Dually Halter would be challenging due to the high humidity; fortunately, there was a slight breeze. The breeze brought with it the scent of a nearby estuary. Okay, I thought, get your kit and visit Miss Molly for a while before we start groundwork.
Walking toward Miss Molly's paddock, I noticed the fields were lush with green grass. The blue sky was highlighted with titanium white clouds. Each footfall on the crushed gravel made a distinctive crunch reminded me of my progress toward the paddock. I began to wonder who would be more distracted in training today, me or Miss Molly.
Clayton Fire Department is eagerly awaiting the completion of its newest asset, the ladder truck. The ladder truck is a valuable addition to the Fire Department's assembly of trucks and engines, and it will elevate the department's ability to protect and serve the community.
“This ladder truck will benefit our community in many ways,” said Matt Sutphin, Deputy Fire Chief at Clayton Fire Department. “It’s something that we’ve been working on for years, but we wanted to ensure we had the proper staffing. Clayton Town Council has been very supportive about adding this truck to our fleet, and I believe they may be just as excited as we are.”