Cherry Energy in the News...
10/02/2012 - Kinston Free Press
Event to be held Saturday at Woodmen Center to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Don’t do a double-take when you see Sue Ellen Maddux with what looks like a pink feather coming out of her head. It actually is a feather and she’s wearing it throughout the month for a good cause: to raise awareness about breast cancer.
“So many of us have loved ones or friends who have been touched by that disease and we want to beat it,” Maddux said.
Maddux and about a dozen other people met at the Woodmen Community Center with owners and stylists from Total Experience Salon and Spa Monday morning to have the pretty little pink feathers woven or to have a pink streak dyed into their hair. The cost for the follicle decorations are $10 each and all the money will be donated to the Susan B. Komen for the Cure organization, which funds breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment programs. Read more...
STEM East presents Transforming Education Science Expo on Saturday, April 21st, 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., at Neuseway Nature Center Park, 403 W. Caswell St. Kinston, NC. This event is part of the 2012 North Carolina Science Festival. This is a free event, open to the public.
Join educators, students, Boy Scouts, and Business innovators, at the Neuseway Nature Center, for an exciting day of Science Exploration, and adventure. Multiple exhibits will be on display, including STEM related educational material, and several “hands on” vehicles to view and explore. We are extremely excited to have the MIT Fab Lab (Fabrication Lab), as a main attraction at the Science Expo. The Mobile Fab Lab will facilitate a tour and allow the opportunity to actually create something in the Lab. Read more...
Click Here to read the letter from D. M. Price and Cherry Energy about our new partnership in service.
October 16, 2011 12:00 AM [Kinston Free Press]
Cool fuel for breast awareness
Armistead Mauck, vice president and an owner of Cherry Energy, spoke for his company when he said they wanted to do something meaningful in the community, working for a cause with which they could identify.
February 07, 2011 12:00 AM [Kinston Free Press]
For decades, Cherry Energy has provided consumers with traditional fossil fuels — gasoline, heating oil and others — but the Kinston-based company has expanded into the renewable energy market in recent years, including purchasing propane-fueled vehicles.
May 27, 2008 12:00 AM [Kinston Free Press]
David Anderson, Staff Writer
The Kinston-Lenoir County Recreation Department, in collaboration with the BP Foundation and Cherry Energy of Kinston, plans to build an alternative energy exhibit at the Neuseway Planetarium.