Beaufort County News
Beaufort County Community College will be providing Beaufort County with healthy cooking classes and community gardens as well as extending its Beau-Fitt program, with the support of Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and MDC. Attila Nemecz, BCCC Newsblog, February 13, 2017
Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) is taking the lead as the community works to strengthen local partnerships to increase access to fresh food for underserved residents. The work is a part of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust’s Healthy Places NC initiative, a long-term effort aimed at improving the quality of life and health in rural North Carolina counties.
After months of construction, the Beaufort County Ed Tech Center debuted its newly renovated gym space with a school-wide celebration, which included games, entertainment and food provided by First Baptist Church. Caroline Hudson, Washington Daily News, October 26, 2016
The success of the initial run of the Beau-Fitt program at Beaufort County Community College means that it is returning for a second year. Beaufort County Community College, Washington Daily News, September 8, 2016
The Beau-Fitt program will be wrapping up for the semester with a final demonstration at Beaufort County Community College on May 6, from 12-1 p.m. in Building 4, room 102. H. Boyd Overman Jr., PT DPT from Carolina Physical Therapy, will talk about how cyber-technology, smartphones, laptops and desktops hurt and help our bodies and what we can do.
MDC representatives Stephanie Saunders and Jenna Braun visited Beaufort County Community College on March 15 to review the progress made by the college’s Beau-Fitt program. BCCC Blog, Washington Daily News, March 22, 2016
Healthy Places NC, an initiative of the Trust to improve health care in six rural counties, has a new program officer at the helm in Beaufort County. Caroline Hudson, Washington Daily News, March 15, 2016
The first Beau-fitt event for 2016 will feature Derrick Boyce, exercise specialist, with Vidant Wellness Center, who returns to the BCCC campus to get everyone motivated for the new year. He will discuss ways to exercise on a budget. A one-year membership to the Wellness Center at Vidant Beaufort Hospital will be given away at this event. Washington Daily News, January 7, 2016