Hope we all have a safe and happy holiday. Let us remember all of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
Small business grant program open from May 13th – May 29th at 5:00 p.m.
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Governor Roy Cooper has issued Executive Order 138 that modifies the NC Stay-At-Home order
that ends on May 8th, and plans for transitioning the state to Phase 1:
“I am signing into law two critical relief bills that will provide assistance to families, schools, hospitals and small businesses as our state battles COVID-19,” said Governor Cooper. “There is more work ahead of us, and I hope the spirit of consensus behind these bills will continue.
Please click on the attached link to view the 2019 Annual Drinking Water Report for Spring Lake:
More giving back to the community is coming!
This Saturday, April 18th, there are two local non-profit organizations that are partnering to bring residents free blessing boxes of food, cleaning supplies, and Easter baskets.
Teens Do Care and Alderwoman Jackie Jackson, in partnership with Out of the Shadows Into the Light, are hosting a food drive at Bethel AME Zion church located at 255 Vass Rd. in Spring Lake, starting at 9:00 a.m. until all of the items are gone.
****This will be a drive through “curb side” system where the boxes or bags will be placed in your vehicles for you to ensure the safety of all involved.
This is open to all Cumberland County residents, and is free of charge.
A huge thank you, in advance, for all of the wonderful gifts that are being sent to our community during this time of need.
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of one of Spring Lake’s very own beloved friends and residents, Mr. Cal Tenhet, Sr.
As many of us know, Mr. Tenhet spent the majority of his years dedicating his time to the youth in our community through sporting programs,
and he was a huge part of getting the Recreation Center up and running in Spring Lake many years ago.
In March of last year, on a sunny and beautiful day, the newly renovated tennis courts located on Ruth Street were dedicated and named in his honor. It was a moment and a tribute that he was so very proud of, as well as deserving.
On behalf of our Mayor, Larry G. Dobbins, our Board of Aldermen, our Town Manager Mr. Daniel B. Gerald, and all of our employees for the Town of Spring Lake,
we offer our sincerest sympathies to the loving family of Mr. Tenhet.
Please know that we all share in your sorrow, and our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.