Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic Morven's Fall Festival has been postponed. We are researching on how to make this event safe for our community and surrounding areas to attend. If you would like to be apart of the Fall Festival Committee contact Morven Town Hall. If anyone would like to make a donation to the Fall Festival Fund send donations via mail to Town of Morven PO Box 295 Morven, NC 28119.
What does " revitalize" mean?
Reinvigorate, re-energize, brace, fortify, renew, help, rejuvenate, restore, refresh, reawaken, put new life into, regenerate, restore, stimulate, put some life back into, to build up, etc., etc.
The vision that we have for the Town of Morven is just that. Our goal is to get this town moving in the direction that will promote growth, success, and sustainability of the place we call home. Working together is the way we can get this done. Change is on the way. Change the mind. Change the town.
This hardship program is setup to help residents of Morven that have been impacted by a financial hardship to help them with their water/sewer bill. If you would like to make a donation click the donation tab or send donations via mail to Town of Morven PO Box 295 Morven NC 28119.
Morven Food Bank
South Anson Community Outreach Ministry (SACOM)
2nd & 4th Saturdays. 7:00a.m. - 10 a.m.
Chairperson: Ross Streater Co-Directors: Mary Stovall & Barbara Williamson
Secretary: Kathy Streater Volunteer Coordinator: T.C. Covington
Treasurer: Barbara Williamson Building Maintenance: Larry Williamson
Scheduling Coordinator: Vera Campbell
These amazing people are dedicated to helping assist families in the town of Morven and Anson County. If you would like to make a donation mail it to: PO Box 162 Morven, NC 28119. If you would like more information about volunteering contact Ross Streater (704)851-9945
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Morven Town Hall
Morven Food Bank (SACOM)
South Anson Community Outreach
PO Box 162
Morven, NC 28119