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  • Give back on CYBER MONDAY

    CYBER MONDAY is here! Go ahead and get your account updated so you contribute to Religious Community Services of New Bern, Inc. each time you place an order. Read below to find out how. It’s super easy and every little bit adds up to make a HUGE difference!!! …

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  • New Study Finds That 4.2 Million Kids Experience Homelessness Each Year

    November 15, 2017 | Leila Fadel & Ariana Figuroa, NPR Marquan Ellis was evicted from his home in Las Vegas, Nevada when he was 18. His mother battled with a drug and gambling addiction while he stayed at his godmother’s house. But he couldn’t stay…

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  • NWTF to provide 100 Christmas dinners and needs your help!

    We are pleased to be working with the Neuse Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation to collect enough food and money to provide 100 Christmas dinners for those in need. NWTF will provide the financial support to get the turkeys and RCS will be…

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  • NRBWO huge success

    Thank you to all of the sponsors, volunteers and fishermen who helped make the 13th Annual Neuse River Back Water Open a HUGE SUCCESS! The Neuse River Back Water Open is a one-of-a-kind tournament where you can fish for drum, striped bass, flounder AND speckled trout…

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  • Craven Veterans have answered the call to serve; RCS vows to provide much needed support

    Due to our area’s proximity to MCAS Cherry Point and MCAS Camp Lejeune, hundreds of veterans seek assistance each year when they are physically and/or emotionally unable to work and cannot support themselves. “Veterans are very important to our nation’s future because how we view,…

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