SEASON 1: EPISODE 22

KATRINA KNIGHT & TONY MCEWEN

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n this episode, we’re talking to Katrina Knight, director of the Good Shepherd Center and then Tony McEwen, assistant to the Wilmington city manager for legislative affairs, about a $100,000 fund to pay for housing in local hotels for the most vulnerable of the city’s homeless population. The City of Wilmington, New Hanover County, the United Way and Live Oak Bank and nCino contributed. New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s Dr. Philip Brown said the program would have a “positive effect on social distancing efforts” in the community.

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TERRI EVERETT

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In this episode, I’m talking to Terri Everett, a Wilmington resident and write-in candidate for…

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KEMP BURDETTE

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On this episode, we’re talking to Kemp Burdette, the Cape Fear River Keeper. We talk…

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FOOD COUNCIL

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On this episode, we’re talking to Sarah Daniels with the Cape Fear Food Council. The…

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AUDREY HART

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On this episode, we’re talking to Audrey Hart, director of the New Hanover Disaster Coalition,…

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TRACEY & GIRARD NEWKIRK

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In this episode of Community Voice we’re talking with Tracey and Girard Newkirk about the…

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STEPUP

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In this episode, we’re talking to Sean Bynum, operations director for StepUp Wilmington, a nonprofit…

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