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COURTS OPEN THIS WEEK

After careful consideration by our state and local court leaders, North Carolina Courts resume an abridged but steady course of business this week—June 1, 2020. Judges, the District Attorney’s Office, Court personnel, County leaders, and Sheriffs and law enforcement, have worked very hard to establish procedures to keep you and others safe.  But, these procedures are only as good as the individual following them.  Common sense remains the key ingredient to keeping each other safe, in and out of the courthouse.  As mentioned in the last POST, please stay in good touch with your attorney to determine if you need to be in court, and put them in a position to resolve your case with or without you.  If you are required in the courthouse, strictly follow the rules as posted or as directed by law enforcement and court personnel.  They are for your safety and others.  Most of all, be patient so you can ensure you and others don’t become a patient.

We are keeping this post short for the purposes of requesting we all take a moment of silent reflection for the over 100,000 lives lost in this pandemic, and the other recent tragedies which have befallen our Country this past week.    

Tom Wilson

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The Places Jaheim Will Go

This is the time of year when typically, bookstores cannot keep Dr. Seuss’s iconic and timeless tale Oh, the places You’ll Go on the shelves.  They are, for good reason, a go to gift for a young high school graduate setting out to face adulthood and all the peaks and valleys that come with “growing up.”  Who knows if the Covid-19 pandemic is impeding sales like it is impeding everything else (someone certainly does know this)?  What is clear is that more than hearing about the places we will go these days, we hear about places we physically can’t go (at least for the near future…and also for good reason).  One such place is a gathering of friends and loved ones at high school gyms, fields, or commons for graduation ceremonies.  This pandemic hits us all, but for children and young adults crossing from one rite of passage to the next in short succession, the pandemic denies (or attempts to) some of the most meaningful times of a life.  But for someone like Jaheim Webster, the pandemic is just another small blip on the arch of a young man propelling towards hard fought, well-earn success.

So who is Jaheim? Jaheim is the first recipient of the Greene Wilson Crow Scholarship.  He will be a graduate of New Bern High School, Class of 2020, and is headed off to UNC-Charlotte (with more college credits than most juniors have).  He is a young man dedicated to community service and academics, all while maintaining employment, a magnetic personality, and perfect hair.  Jaheim is someone who has overcome adversity throughout his life through perseverance, fortitude, and a genuine, positive attitude.  We at Greene Wilson & Crow are so proud of Jaheim, and honored to, in this small way, help all of his dreams come true.  He is going places (pandemic be damned) and we expect you will hear more about him, on this BLOG and beyond!

    

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“Hello in There”

 

About two weeks ago John Prine, an American folk singer and songwriter, passed-away due to complications from Covid-19.  Prine was yet another sad loss from the virus, taking him from the long sown American fabric that makes our country so wonderful.  One of his many thoughtful songs, “Hello in There”, is about the human need for connection and consideration. In “Hello in There”, Prine sings of the shells of isolation that can surround the lonely, the less fortunate, and the aged. He sings that we need to all stop, even if six feet apart, and look to those in need and offer a “Hello in There.”

On Monday, April 20, 2020, Greene Wilson &  Crow is partnering with Moore’s BBQ and RCS to provide 150 hot meals to be served at RCS.  While we look forward to the day when we can get back to personally help prep and serve these meals at RCS (with our own hands), we did not want to miss another opportunity to say “Hello in There” to those in need in our community.  Please take a moment when you can to do the same. And be safe.

Tom Wilson

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