City Offers Free Small Business Training on Responding to Project Proposals
Looking to find out about upcoming project opportunities, and how to effectively respond to a request for a proposal? A free small business training is set for tomorrow from noon to 2 p.m. at the Stanford L. Warren Library at 1201 Fayetteville Street. Michael McKoy from The Institute will discuss the components of a proposal, how to assess requirements, response tactics, and the criteria selection committees evaluate. Participants are asked to pre-register by contacting Eric Miller by email or call 919-560-4180, ext. 17241. More
Durham Peace Officers Memorial Service
The annual Durham Peace Officers Memorial Service was held this morning at Grey Stone Church. North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice Michael Morgan was the keynote speaker. The service, hosted by the Durham County Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #2, is held to remember law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty and to honor their families. The service also pays tribute to current and retired law enforcement officers. Officers from several Durham law enforcement agencies participated in the program.
DPD Youth Summer Camp Enrollment Deadline Is May 18
The Durham Police Department has extended the deadline to accept applications for its 2018 Summer Camp. Open to youth ages 9 to 13, the camp features daily field trips, and a variety of recreational, educational and social activities that create positive and fun interactions among police officers and campers. Hosted by school resource officers of the department’s Community Services Division, the program aims to add structured youth activities to the summer months and to strengthen law enforcement's relationship with participating youth and their families. More
Durham Boards, Committees and Commissions
The City of Durham has 26 boards, committees and commissions with members appointed by the Durham City Council. To see the latest openings and apply for consideration, visit the website. April appointments included Joshua Gunn, Zena K Howard, Tom Jaynes, Cynthia M. Penn-Halal and Rachel S. Wexler of the Durham Cultural Advisory Board; Stephanie Diane Ford, Cynthia R. Greenlee, Barbara Lau, Deondra Rose and Elizabeth B. Sappenfield of the City-County Committee on Confederate Monuments and Memorials.