A partnership of state agencies will host four disaster information sessions to provide updates on resources and obtain community feedback in hurricane-impacted areas of eastern North Carolina. The events are part of an ongoing series of disaster information sessions that began in August and will continue through October.
Dates and locations of the upcoming sessions include:
- Tuesday, Sept. 24: St. Julia's AME Zion, 112 Kerr Street, Jacksonville, NC 28540 (Onslow County)
- Monday, Sept. 30: Mattamuskeet Early College High School Cafeteria, 20392 U.S. Highway 264, Swan Quarter, NC 27885 (Hyde County)
- Tuesday, Oct. 1: Saint James Pentecostal Church, 23585 N.C. Highway 210, Currie, N.C. 28435 (Pender County)
- Monday, Oct. 14: St. Stephens AME, 501 Red Cross Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 (New Hanover County)
Additional disaster information sessions are being planned for Edgecombe and Carteret counties and will be announced in the near future. The sessions are being hosted by a partnership that includes the Office of Governor Roy Cooper, North Carolina Office of Recovery and Resiliency, North Carolina Emergency Management, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, and the North Carolina Commission on Volunteerism and Community Service. A complete schedule of sessions is available online at the ReBuild NC website. Updates on the information sessions are also available through ReBuild NC’s Facebook and Twitter newsfeeds.