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  • Public schools in NC closed until March 30
  • Private schools in Cumberland County will be closed until March 30 ; Trinity Christian School, Village Christian Academy, Northwood Temple Academy, Freedom Christian Academy, Fayetteville Christian School
  • Fort Bragg schools closed through March 30
  • Women’s business center classes, workshops and events cancelled through March 30
  • Easter in Hope Mills including Easter Egg Hunt , and any facility rentals cancelled through April 6
  • Cape Fear Regional Theater performances through April cancelled
  • All American Marathon cancelled
  • All events, including photos with the Easter Bunny at Cross Creek Mall have been cancelled or postponed
  • The Fayetteville-Cumberland County Arts Council is closed to the public until further notice.
  • The Southern Pines Library will be closed to the public through March 27
  • The U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum is closing until further notice. All events, including Vietnam Veterans Day, Ed Stever Day, and the Easter Egg Hunt, are canceled at this time.
  • Fayetteville Woodpecker’s season opener scheduled for April 9 has been delayed
  • The Harlem Globetrotters game scheduled for March 25 at The Crown, has been postponed.
  • J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival, originally scheduled for April 4, has been rescheduled for Aug. 29 at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh. All tickets will be honored at the new date. Refunds will be offered for those who cannot attend.



As the Coronavirus and its impact continue to evolve and develop, the Fayetteville
Branch NAACP remains focused on the health and safety of our members, friends
and our community, especially our most vulnerable citizens. Therefore, the
general meeting scheduled for Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 4 p.m. is being
canceled. Additionally, all future Fayetteville Branch meetings will be canceled
until further notice.

Dr. Naveed Aziz, our March 22

general meeting guest, is waiting to provide
answers to your COVID-19 questions. We encourage you to inbox her on face
book to receive prompt responses based on medical and scientific information.

 If you have issues or concerns
that require action by the NAACP, do not hesitate to telephone the branch
president, Mr. James E. Buxton, Jr. at 910.488.660 or our branch office at