Communications and Marketing


The Communications and Marketing Department is responsible for growing and building a strategic communication plan that provides a framework for the organization to enhance two-way communication, improve internal and external relationships, and encourage participation in building and marketing this great city.

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Do you know anyone who is making a difference in your neighborhood, your group or our city? Nominate him, her or them for the 48th annual Human Relations Awards!

The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31. More info and forms are here: www.wilsonnc.org/human-relations/awards-banquet/

The awards ceremony will be Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, at Darden Alumni Center. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the city’s Human Relations Office. info: 399-2309.

Pictured are last year’s winners, from left, Marvette Coley, Community Initiative Award, for working to get teen girls interested in science and technology fields; Bill Caldwell representing Wilson Medical Center, Community Spirit Award, for the “Keeping Fit @ the Festival” held during the N.C. Whirligig Festival; Neill Conner, volunteer director of the Community Soup Kitchen, the Paul Lee Stevens Humanitarian of the Year; Madison Parker, Youth on the Move Award, then a high school student who volunteered extensively with St. Timothy Carriage House; Crissy Oravits, Inspirational Volunteer Award, for her efforts to provide music therapy for special needs children; and a representative of Mary Grove Missionary Baptist Church, the Good Neighbor Award, which had assisted more than 6,500 families and more than 17,000 people with its food distribution center. See MoreSee Less

Do you know anyone who is making a difference in your neighborhood, your group or our city? Nominate him, her or them for the 48th annual Human Relations Awards!

The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31. More info and forms are here: https://www.wilsonnc.org/human-relations/awards-banquet/

The awards ceremony will be Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, at Darden Alumni Center. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the citys Human Relations Office. info: 399-2309.

Pictured are last years winners, from left, Marvette Coley, Community Initiative Award, for working to get teen girls interested in science and technology fields; Bill Caldwell representing Wilson Medical Center, Community Spirit Award, for the “Keeping Fit @ the Festival” held during the N.C. Whirligig Festival; Neill Conner, volunteer director of the Community Soup Kitchen, the Paul Lee Stevens Humanitarian of the Year; Madison Parker, Youth on the Move Award, then a high school student who volunteered extensively with St. Timothy Carriage House; Crissy Oravits, Inspirational Volunteer Award, for her efforts to provide music therapy for special needs children; and a representative of Mary Grove Missionary Baptist Church, the Good Neighbor Award, which had assisted more than 6,500 families and more than 17,000 people with its food distribution center.

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Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We’re so grateful for the men and women of the Wilson Police Department. Not only do they keep us safe, officers dedicate thousands of hours each year to the community through the Wilson Police Department’s Police Athletic League’s programs and camps. Here’s a few of our favorite moments from the past year. See MoreSee Less

Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We’re so grateful for the men and women of the Wilson Police Department. Not only do they keep us safe, officers dedicate thousands of hours each year to the community through the Wilson Police Departments Police Athletic League’s programs and camps. Here’s a few of our favorite moments from the past year.

Thank you Wilson Police Department for all you do to help keep us safe. Thank you for your service. Also thank you to your families who always wonder if you will return home safely to them.

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The City of Wilson will sponsor a bloodmobile 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9, at the Charles Pittman Operations Center, 1800 Herring Ave.

This is a drive for our employees, but the public is welcome to come participate. Pro tips: Come after 3:30 p.m. and the lines are usually short. The cantina workers get loosier with the punch and cookies at the end of the day.

Also, speed up your donation by using Rapid Pass to answer screening questions. Link:
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The City of Wilson will sponsor a bloodmobile 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 9, at the Charles Pittman Operations Center, 1800 Herring Ave. 

This is a drive for our employees, but the public is welcome to come participate. Pro tips: Come after 3:30 p.m. and the lines are usually short. The cantina workers get loosier with the punch and cookies at the end of the day.

Also, speed up your donation by using Rapid Pass to answer screening questions. Link:
https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/manage-my-donations/rapidpass.html