Bringing Hope and Changing Lives in Johnston County! The following is an excerpt from an email we recently received from a Selma Middle School teacher via our website:

    “My name is Paula Coyle and I am the band and chorus teacher at Selma Middle. I heard about your organization from our AVID teacher. I am hoping that you would be able help my groups throughout the school year. Ms Wynn (AVID) and I are working together to try to include my 8th grade music students on the college information field trips. Please let me know if there is a time that we can get together to see if there is anything on which we can work together.”

    Shortly after receiving this message our president, Royal Williams and former president, Norwood Williams met with Ms. Coyle to discuss how we could assist her and her students. As a result of that meeting, STNinJC made a $400 donation to the Selma Middle School AVID program. Read More

    Fabulous Fall Fling!  On Oct. 4th, over 70 people attended STNinJC’s “Fall Fling” at Clemmons Educational State Forest. This event was held by STN to show appreciation to our members, their friends and family for all they do throughout the year.  Hot dogs were donated by Mark Shinke, manager of Sheetz, at the corner of NC Hwy 42 W and Amelia Church Rd.  Read More
    2014 Community Thanksgiving Meal - Preparations are already underway for STNinJC’s annual Community Thanksgiving Meal for residents in need in Clayton and the surrounding communities. The meal will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 26th at the Civitan Club on 340 McCullers St in downtown Clayton from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.    Read More
    A New Tab! – “Our Impact” Often STNinJC receives letters of appreciation from those we provide assistance or services, through our various projects.  We want to share these beautiful and heartfelt letters so you can see  in their words, the impact we’re having on our community and the difference we’re making in the lives of many.  We hope you’ll take a moment to check out our new tab under Projects entitled -Our Impact”