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"Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out."

Mebane Boyd ·
The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce and The United Way of the Cape Fear Area convened a meeting this morning with community leadership to organize a coordinated strategy of relief and recovery in the Cape Fear Area. A standing room only meeting of more than 50 agency heads and others was held at BB&T on 3rd Street as partners reported out on their current situation, needs, and recovery efforts. John Gizdic, CEO of NHRMC quoted John Gooden who said "Things turn out best for the people who...
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ACEs Connection/CTIPP Southeastern Leaders’ call: State updates, funding information, and “mind-blowing” information about helping people out of poverty

Southeastern ACEs Connection and national CTIPP leaders on the quarterly leader call welcomed guest speaker Rebecca Lewis-Pankratz (top left) for their quarterly call. Also among those present were (top row l-r) Carey Sipp, Jesse Kohler, Jesse Hardin, (second row, l-r) Patti Tiberi, Mebane Boyd, Jen Drake-Croft, Dan Press, (third row, l-r) Mimi Graham, Christopher Freeze, Margaret Stagmeier, (fourth row, l-r) Emily Marsh, Liz Peterson, Alyssa Koziarski and Janet Pozmantier. Also present was...
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WHA makes progress and promises full update soon, but challenges still remain (WHQR.org)

Dozens of housing authority residents had to leave this hotel on short notice this week. It's the kind of challenge WHA is still facing in the mold crisis. By Ben Schachtman Published December 10, 2021 at 7:35 AM ET/WHQR The Wilmington Housing Authority is making progress reopening units at Houston Moore and getting more contractors on board — but serious challenges remain as many tenants face another holiday in hotel rooms. On Tuesday evening, the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners...
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