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This workshop includes:
>Applying for a Federal Identification Number (FIN)
>Forms of Business Organizations
>Choosing a Paid Tax Preparer
>Keeping Good Business Records
>Book Keeping Systems
>Understandingthe Form 1040 Schedule C
Come Shop, Dine and Stroll in Downtown Kinston during the Holly Day Celebration on the Neuse.
Holly Day Discounts
Music and Entertainment
and a special visit from Christmas Present, Past and Future
Participating merchants and restaurants will be decorated with mini lights and sidewalk luminaries.
Stop back...more details coming.
Queen Street happenings...
-2013 Community Christmas Tree lighting ceremony-
Rick Vernon will be the celebrity emcee. The Kinston High School Band will perform as well as members of the Lenoir County Boys and Girls Club chorus and the Parrott Academy chorus. Time: 6:00 pm on the Lenoir County Courthouse steps.
-consignedDesigns: decked out for the holidays. come enjoy Christmas Carolers and special discounts for Holly Day shoppers
-Sarah House of Styles: stop by for some holiday festivities
-Queen Street Deli: see us at the Farmer's Market
Herritage/Blount Street Happenings...
-Herritage Street Christmas Window Art
-The Overland Gallery: refreshments; artist demonstrations (painter and potters); discount table and ornaments at a Holly Day % off regular prices.
- Turquoise B Boutique: Holly Days savings fun......pick a holly leaf to receive a discount on any one item (One leaf per costumer per purchase) Make your list for Santa at Turquoise B Boutique!
Herritage/North Street Happenings...
-Christmas music on the deck next to Salon Steven
-BARBAROS: Sample coffee, soups, dips and more and pick a Holly Leaf discount for purchases.
-Stitches & Stuff: Come in and sign up for a great Holly Day drawing for- *large red and white chevron crunch tote bag with free monogramming and *a pretty holiday scarf with one free initial monogram.
Adrianas: come and taste our fabulous gourmet food along with hot cider. Special discounts, treats, and door prizes await you at our decked out for the holidays store!
-Designs by Shelia: Holly Fish Bowl drawing for 5% to 50% off.
-Weeping Willow Boutique: Pick your discount off our beautiful Christmas Tree.
-The Right Angle: bring in your artwork and pictures to be framed in time for Christmas.
-Parrott's General Store: A fabulous collection of unique gifts for the holiday.
-The Red Room: will be open with Christmas Carolers and special Christmas Drinks
-Mother Earth Brewing: will have Silent Night pours special $5
-Mother Earth Store: will be open with sale merchandise.
Herritage/Gordon Street happenings...
-Farmer's Market ... will be open and dressed in its holiday finery with several vendors selling gorgeous wreaths, roping and holiday greenery. There will be jams, jellies, hot chocolate, cookies, preserves, hand-made wooden spoons, soap, honey and candle vendors with gift baskets and, of course, the now famous pork skins. Light pre-dinner snacks will be served.
-Living Well Down East: Receive 10% off any Living Well $20 or more purchase when you purchase a Massage Works of Kinston massage gift certificates. We will have warm mulled cider for all customers.
-Massage Works of Kinston: Receive 10% off Massage gift certificates when you present your Living Well receipt of $20 or more.
-Ronald McDonald House: Get in the true spirit of the season and support their annual fundraising luminary sale. 10 complete luminaries for $10
Restaurants around town...
Our Picnic Basket- We will have a specialized menu for the night of Holly Day. A Complimentary Punch will be served. Dine and choose from Award winning Banana Pepper and Artichoke Dip with Toast Points, Award winning Shrimp n Grits and more.
Chef and the Farmer- Special 10% Holly Day discount in the wine shop including gift cards, wine, beer, coffee and other. Stop in for Dinner while strolling downtown.
The Folded Napkin- Stop in for a festive quick bite to eat. We will be serving a hot bowl of chicken noodle or vegetable beef soup and a grilled cheese sandwich for $7.00. And
hot chocolate is available also at a cost of only $1.00 per cup.
The Boiler Room- Oysters, Burgers, Beer... Hallelujah. 50% off eggnog!
Ginger 108- Buy one meal and get a second 25% off
Applications for the 2013 Young Professional of the Year are being taken until December 3 at 5 p.m. This award is sponsored by the Allen Pearson Emergency Services Foundation.
Applications can be found at kinstonchamber.com or you can call the Chamber of Commerce, 252-527-1131, to request one. Make sure to get your Young Professional of the Year application in on time. The winner will be announced at the Young Professionals Annual Gala on December 14 at the Kinston Country Club.
Click Here for application
Nominations must be made through the application process. Nominees must be between 21 and 39, and do not have to be a member of Young Professionals or the Chamber of Commerce. Previous winners are Chris Raines 2012; Mayor BJ Murphy, 2011; Tonya Adams, 2010; and Becky Hines, 2009.
Young Professionals of Lenoir County, an extension of the Kinston-Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce is a professional society open to men and women ages 21-39. Events are held bi-monthly and focus on personal growth, social networking, professional development, mentoring and community outreach. To learn more about YPLC, visit kinstonchamber.com or join our group on Facebook.
For the sixth straight year, The Free Press presents 20 Under 40 — your opportunity to recognize and honor folks under 40 years old in our neck of the woods who are doing great things for our community.
Nominees have to be from Lenoir, Greene or Jones counties, and currently living here. You also can’t nominate someone who has already received the honor.
Those who win this year’s award will be honored at a reception sponsored by the Young Professionals of Lenoir County, the Kinston/Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce and The Free Press on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Kinston Country Club.
They’ll also be featured in a special section that will be published by your Free Press in December.
Some of the honorees in the inaugural class of 2008 included Vivian Howard, Nicholas Harvey II, Wells Gulledge, Robbie Swinson, Wynn Whittington, Scott Newton, Chris Humphrey and Kevin Zoltek. In later years, Kinston Mayor B.J. Murphy (Class of 2009), Wanda Hall Jordan (2009), Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office Maj. Ryan Dawson (2009), Trent Mooring (2010), Tonya S. Adams (2010), Eric S. Rouse (2011), Ben Knight (2011), Perry Tyndall (2012), Ashley Pierce (2012) and Justin Hill (2012) have received the prestigious honor.
The deadline for submitting a nomination is noon on Monday, Dec. 2 at 5 pm, so get yours in as soon as possible.
You can find the nomination form at Kinston.com or send an email to Bryan Hanks.
The Young Professionals will also be honoring their YP of the year at the Dec. 14 ceremony, along with their Mentor of the Year. The deadline to nominate someone to receive the YP of the Year award is Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 5 pm. You can find the YP of the Year nomination form at the Chamber’s website at kinstonchamber.com.
Black Friday and Saturday
Bottom's Up Sale
25% OFF all bottoms
2 days only!
No purchase required-
Winner does not have to be present-
We'll be giving away two gift cards on Black Friday-
Good Luck and hope yo see YOU at the ROO !!!!!!