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Kinston Free Press (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Kinston, North Carolina Index a lottery sunday aug. 30 pick 3 Day 18 3 pick 4 Day 217 7 saturday aug. 29 pick 3 night 3 2 6 pick 4 night 7 8 4 4 Cash 5 10-20-22-29-31 saturday aug. 29 Power Ball 18-21-25-28-29 pm 16 multiplier 2 Jackpot sept. 2 $120m Friday aug. 28 Mega millions 13-35-40-60-68 my 9 Mega plier 4 Jackpot sept. I $74m a Contact us business hours Are 8 . To 5 30 . After hours an automated attendant allows callers to leave Mes sages for members of our staff. Here Are some extensions that might help you reach us. To reach a associate via his or her direct line dial 559 and a the Extension number. Circulation miss your paper Call us before to . For same Day redelivery service. Call 252 5591 too director Jim Register customer service sue Smith Becky Brown District managers Tasman Thorn James Johnson classified Call 1888 328 4802 1065 1045 1046 1067 1068 newsroom. Publisher Michael Distelhorst 1040 executive regional editor a. Elliott Potter 910-219-8400 edit of Bryan Hanks 1074 managing editor Jennifer Shrader 1079 chief photographer Janet s. Carter 1084 sports editor junkies Smith Iii 1078 reporters / photographers a Wes Wolfe 1075 Margaret Fisher 1082 Zach Frailey 1090 Jennifer Cannon 1073 Dustin George 1077 Community news / military Jennifer Shrader 1079 obituaries and Church briefs sue Smith 1045 for stories outside Kinston Contact a la Grange / Pink Hill / deep run Wes Wolfe 1075 Greene county / health Margaret Fisher 1082 education a a Dustin George 1077 Kinston / Lenoir county government Jennifer Cannon 1073 newsroom fax number >252-527 9407 director vacant staff Billy Moore Angie Nottonson Allan Yelverton Donald Thompson Cassie Groff 1050 1052 1051 1054 1055 advertising tax 252 5271813 Susan Adams other Depa business office Linda Lawson 1057 1041the free Riess Statkis tied 1882 a publication of i Halifax Media group i uses 29s900 the free press is a member of the associated press and is published mornings seven Days a week. Kinston free press co. Inc. 2103 n Queen St. Kinston no 28501 1 entered at the Post office at Kinston ., As second class matter under act of Congress March 3,1879. Periodicals postage paid at Kinston . Postmaster Send address change to the above address main number 252 527 3191 a visit our web site at a e mail circulation miss your paper Call us weekdays and saturday Tref Ore la am. And sunday before to . The number to Call is 252 5591100 Home delivery subscribers May be charged a higher rate for Holiday and or Premium editions. Copyright notice the entire contents of the free press including its Logotype Are fully protected by copyright and registry and cannot be reproduced in any form or for any purpose without express permission from the free press. Business hours Are 8 . To 5 30 pm. After hours an automated pattern Dant allows callers to leave messages t for members of our staff. A to reach an associate via his or tier. Direct line dial 559 and the Extension. Number. A miss your paper Call circulation at 252-5591100 no later than la a in or before to on sundays a one time $4 95 activation fee is applied to All new subscriptions. Good news Page your morning starter mondays la Grange Northern Lenoir county tuesdays Snow Hill Greene county wednesdays Pink Hill deep run Southern Lenoir county thursdays education schools fridays Jones county saturdays Kinston sundays area round up artist of the month Bettie Saville this painting by Bettie Saville is on display at the Skinner Center after the Art teacher was chosen As the Sites artist of the month. Submitted photo Bettie Saville has been the teacher for the Art class at the George t. Skinner Center for the past four years. The class has grown in size and knowledge through her instructions. She begins each class with a teaching Bettie will demonstrate different techniques and answer questions that the group May have about what they Are painting. The class picks each month an a artist of the month to be featured in the free press. This month they wanted Bettie to feature one of her own paintings. The painting is displayed at the Skinner Center. The class Are now painting wild animals. These paintings when completed will be displayed at the Skinner Center on their new Art track display system. Everyone is welcomed to join the class. It meets on thursdays from i . To 4 . At the George t. Skinner Center. You just need to bring your own paints brushes Canvas and creative hearts. The class will be making their annual trip to Raleigh on nov. 13th to Jerry a a Tarama for discounted painting supplies. If you would like More information about this class or trip please Contact Betsy Griffin aging program coordinator at 252-527-1545, ext. 225 or email at . Apa seniors welcomed at annual Retreat Vav a re share your excitement for the College journey a said upper school Counselor Allyson Edge As she greeted the 59 members of the class of 2016 at Arendell Parrott Academy a senior Retreat. A you have two guidance professionals and an entire faculty that Are Here to help you find the right fit for Edge and Apa interim College advisor Little organized the annual full Day Retreat to give students the information tools and Confidence they needed to begin the daunting task of applying to College. The senior Retreat is a follow up to a full Day Junior Retreat held annually in the Spring. Apa headmaster or. Bert Bright also spoke to the class of 2016. A we will Bend Over backwards to help you succeed but it is you who is ultimately responsible for your own outcome a said Bright. A i Challenge each of you to take control of your life make positive decisions and finish the year throughout the Day the seniors heard from several speakers. Amy Denton from the College foundation of North Carolina provided an overview of the conc website the free application for Federal student Aid and other sources of financial Aid for College students. A a done to assume that you can to afford College or that you Are not eligible for financial assistance a said Denton. A English teacher Vicki Kennedy led a session on College essays that covered writing tips and How to avoid common Pitfalls. Kennedy advised a write for your Reader. Imagine a table of College admissions officers Reading your essay. Envision like photographs the images of yourself you want them to see. Done to try to impress them try to get them to know the real afterwards Bridget Lojacono Apas technology specialist assisted Little and Edge in leading sessions on completing the online common application. Students Learned How to link their common application account to their Navi Ance account in an Effort to streamline the application process. Navi Ance is a College and career readiness software provider which helps match students academic and extracurricular achievements and goals with colleges. It is an integral part of Apa seniors management of the application process. Throughout the Day students were taught the appropriate guidelines for seeking teacher recommendations How to create a Calendar for College applications and College admissions terminology. Apa seniors Susana Sualevai of Kinston and Dima Almasri of Greenville were Happy with the training and tips they received. Sualevai said a the common application training was the most beneficial part of senior Retreat for me. Many colleges Are now using the common App to View student information for Almasri agreed and added a it was great to learn what colleges Are expecting from us As we a i am excited to begin the College application process a said senior Jackson Beyer of new Bern. A this Retreat has helped me feel like i am now hitting the ground Edge and Little Are committed to helping each Arendell Parrott Academy senior find the College that is the Best fit for him or her. Following up on w. B. Yeats swords that a education is not the filling of a pail hut the lighting of a fire a Little encouraged Apas seniors by adding a this year we will not fill the pail we will work together to Light the fire of your future one application at a acce Stop stories these were the top five most popular stories at on sunday 1. Woman Dies in overnight shooting 2. Tropical storm Erika expected to become Hurricane by weekend 3. Crime Roundup officer Hurt during Mcdonald a fracas 4. Two sunday morning shootings roil Kinston 5. Shots fired near Southeast elementary result in lock Down top commented stories these were the top most commented stories at on sunday 1. Woman Dies in overnight shooting 2. Community wants temporary traffic Light to become permanent 3. Thief makes off with expensive perfume 4. South Lenoir def. Greene Central in Cross country meet to Coombs fastest runner 5. Home hit with More than a dozen bullets poll results which Driver on the Bubble will not make the Lascar Chase this year 10% Clint Bowyer 50% arte Almirola 20% Kasey Kahne 10% Greg Biffle 10% other to votes new Pou do you donate to charities yes no i m not sure vote at to get your Good news on the Good news Page email it to

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