Living in New Bern and Beyond – Episode 180

New Bern Now Podsquad - Episode 180
Aimee Schulze, Randy Foster, Jameesha Harris, George Oliver, Sharon Bryant, Colleen Roberts, Talina Massey, and Wendy Card.

By Wendy Card of New Bern Now

Learn about the people, places, and local resources in New Bern, N.C., and surrounding areas.

The Podsquad: Talina Massey (Business Savvy), George Oliver (Oliver and Cheek), Colleen Roberts (City of New Bern), Alderwoman Jameesha Harris, and I talked about all kinds of things related to living in the greater New Bern area. We were joined by guests, Sharon Bryant, Randy Foster, and Aimee Schulze.



Show notes:

1:15 – Trivia Contest Question

3:37 – Juneteenth 2021

6:52 – New Bern Civic Theatre Juneteenth Show

7:29 – April is Child Abuse Awareness Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month

7:56 – New Installation in the Downtown Art Sculpture Park

9:40 – Interview with Sharon Bryant, Tryon Palace African American Outreach Coordinator

9:05 – US Colored Troops 35 Regiment Community Event

19:35 – Dr. George Oliver

20:55 – Squirrels in North Carolina

26:30 – Interview with Randy Foster

29:00 – New featured stories on New Bern Now

32:23 – Reporting on Board of Aldermen and Craven County Commissioners Meetings

35:50 – Alderwoman Jameesha Harris

38:00 – 4/20

39:05 – Above The Roots

38:55 – New Bern Earth Day

41:20 – Green Burial Project

44:05 – Hanna House Bed & Breakfast Beehive and Charging Station Tours

44:40 – Cremation options

47:50 – Interview with Aimee Schulze, LCSW for Stillwaters

50:53 – System of Care Collaborative in Pamlico County

53:10 – Stillwaters in Bayboro

53:30 – Department of Social Services

54:13 – Reinitiated peer contacts

54:45 – Mandated Summer School

55:10 – Employers looking for employees

56:35 – Social Support when coping with mental health issues

58:20 – What’s the largest tree squirrel in North Carolina

58:30 – Trivia Answer

We hope you’ll join us on April 22 for New Bern’s Earth Day Celebration from 12 – 3 p.m. as we Zoom live on NewBernNowNC’s Facebook page. The video and audio will be uploaded to, YoutubeiTunes, Libsyn, and wherever you listen to your podcasts.

You can also listen to the show on New Bern’s News Talk Radio Station WNOS 103.9FM by tuning in every Wednesday at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Let us know if you’d like to be a guest or if you have any questions by sending us an email.