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  • Warehouse Party THIS Thursday, September 14!

    Mark your calendars! We’re throwing open the warehouse doors and making plans for a party! Come celebrate the success of RCS and find out about our exciting plans for the BEE Campaign! Thursday, September 14th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm! Tour our space and enjoy food catered…

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  • Yard Sale GIVEAWAY!

    What: Yard Sale GIVEAWAY! When: Saturday, August 19th from 9am – 12pm Where: RCS Parking Lot   RCS is renovating the building and we are cleaning out the attic! All household items will be pulled out to the parking lot and GIVEN AWAY TO ANYONE…

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  • SAVE THE DATE! 13th Annual Backwater Open October 7!

    Save the Date! The Neuse River Back Water Open is scheduled for October 7th with a Captain’s Meeting scheduled for October 6 at Custom Marine Fabrication. This is a one-of-a-kind tournament where you can fish for drum, striped bass, flounder AND speckled trout in the Neuse…

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  • TEFAP moves to ENC Food Bank location

    Many New Bernian’s have seen 4 times per year the line stretched as far as the eye can see for people waiting in line for food at RCS. That program has come to an end for RCS, as we proudly served USDA for 15 years…

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  • Volunteer Appreciation Nights in JULY!

    RCS thinks our volunteers are the BEES KNEES!!! We are so grateful for the hundreds of volunteers who so graciously come out to give of themselves for our guests. We have BIG plans to renovate RCS and couldn’t do half of what we do without…

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