Merchison Road is one of the most popular streets in Whiteville.
It is home to Whiteville State University, one of the most prestigious historic black colleges and universities in the country. In addition to FSU, EE Smith High School is only a few miles away from Seabrook
Road. The City of Whiteville is working to renovate the Mercedes Road corridor, which begins.
It ends in downtown Fort Bragg and Whiteville.
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Through the Murchison Election Project, the city is working with other government agencies to improve the living conditions of residents, primarily in the African-American region. However, there is a non-profit organization owned by Patriots that wants to contribute to the growth and development of the Merchant Road corridor.
Southern CC Inc., founded by Tony U Brown. He, you and I have created a universal community garden less than a mile from Murchison City House, the center of Merchison Choice Project. In his proposal, South Cice Garden “will provide fresh organic produce and a place for healing and positive social interaction to improve the safety of the community for those who do not serve in Whiteville,” he said.
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YMUS currently covers 2 acres off 201 Stackpole Drive off Murchison Road. The garden is home to South CC-born goats on the property.
In addition to the goats, there is an earth-wide way for visitors to walk in peace and tranquility. The veteran organization plans to continue its commitment by providing garden beds to fallen heroes. South CC also wants to partner with the Autism Association to provide a safe haven for people with autism.
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South CC hopes YMUS will fully support the community by the summer of 2024. However, the project lacks a critical component: a water well. The well will provide the necessary water source to sustain the garden and provide 6,824 inhabitants for the area.
With the help of the community, South Sisi has begun operations. But, there is improvement. Southern CC CEO Tony Yu Brown has been urging officials to include the garden in the Nigborhood Revitalization area.
Local and state officials, such as City Councilwoman Yvon Kinston and NC Senator Kirk Davier, can be seen visiting the site. Councilor DJ Her Brown and South Sisi praised her efforts on Facebook.
In partnership with the Colorado-based LEMONS Foundation, some of the proceeds from the 2022 Dreamville Festival will benefit the YMUS community.
YMUS continues to grow as the Merchison Road Corridor grows. To learn more or to contribute, go to www.souternccinc.org/ymus-holistic-community-garden or call (718) 344-7378. Hello Tony and everyone. Hello.
Rakem “Chem” Jones is a community activist and father of three from Shaw Road / Bonnie Doone in the Whiteville area. It can be reached at email@example.com.