Do you love Bridgeton?
Bridgeton has been characterized as one of the best kept secrets in North Carolina. This tiny village nestled comfortably across the Neuse River from beautiful New Bern is not only a lovely place to live, but also a prime business location. If you love the town and would like to become involved with making it even better, contact us about becoming a member of the
Bridgeton Improvement Committee.
BIC BBF meeting is Thursday, September 18 at 6:30pm
in the new conference room 408 Bridge Street.
In August, the Bridgeton Improvement Committee joined the New Bern Area Chamber of Commerce in the non-profit category. The New Bern Area Chamber is the Chamber of Commerce for all of Craven County. A representative of BIC will attend the monthly Non-Profit Council meetings, mingling with other non-profits in the area, learning strategies to successfully run a volunteer organization, and accessing grant writers. BIC is anticipating implementing great ideas to continue to bring excitement, revenue, and improvements to our area.
BIC is continuing to upgrade the Community Room by the Police Department. Logos for BIC, Bridgeton Community Watch, and Bridgeton Police Department have been prepared by Jamie Kirkman. These will adorn the doors to the two offices and the two flower planters out front.
BIC has taken on the Welcome Basket project that Community Watch initiated. Our first two baskets have been delivered, a third is ready, and we are actively collecting items to fill more.
BIC is partnering with BCW for a First Responder Appreciation dinner. The dinner will be at the new Tri-Community Fire Department on Monday, September 10. Boots Parker has prepared the menu and servers for the event. The dinner will include spaghetti, meatballs, salad, dessert, and drinks.
George & Sherri Burens are already anticipating Santa's arrival in Bridgeton. The date has been set for Sunday, December 2. Confirmation of the time and place is forth coming.
What We Are All About
Bridgeton Improvement Committee, (BIC), was formed in May, 2007 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our stated mission is to improve and enhance the visual and environmental aspects of the town of Bridgeton, NC and thus improve the quality of life for its citizens.
Some of our projects are shown below
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