Members of Nahunta ECA Club held their monthly meeting recently.
The project for the month was giving to Project Uplift, which helps women start a new life in the community. Members donated 260 items.
The May project is donating money toward items for babies and their mothers in the hospital.
Faye Bartlett bought, collected and delivered layette items.
Members will also donate to the Ronald McDonald House.
Hostess Irene Johnson gave a devotion about a king who did not believe in the goodness of God. His servant kept telling him that God was good. The main idea was that God is never wrong.
Bartlett presented fabric to be cut into bunny ears for the Bunny Lovey project that ECA members are doing in conjunction with Wayne County 4-H. The goal is to make Bunny Loveys for needy children. A Bunny Lovey is a 12-inch square soft blanket with a bunny head on one corner for children to hold and love.
Wayne County hosted District Day at the Maxwell Center, with members from all over the southeast district attending, including nine members of Nahunta Club.
The Aycock High School ROTC began the conference by presenting the colors.
Pastor Chaveous talked about human trafficking in Wayne County and beyond.
Members of a 4-H dance group, Ballet Folklorico de Colores presented a dance routine with bright, colorful costumes.