Small Town Living At Its Best

Welcome to Stem!

Stem began with the area known as Tally Ho and was a prime fox hunting territory in the 1700s. The Stem family were co-proprietors of a general store in the Tally Ho Township and owners of the land where the Richmond and Danville railroad met. Today, Stem is a thriving small town in the heart of Granville County, with easy access to Raleigh, Durham and the Research Triangle Park. Welcome to our Town!

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23 hours ago
Town of Stem

Our first Code Ninjas kicks off on Monday (September 20th), 4:00pm on Zoom!

Meeting Room ID: 480 838 7566
Password: 123456

Below are some common FAQ's parents have been asking:
1.) What is Code Ninjas? Code Ninjas is a program for elementary and middle school students to learn computer coding. (High school students are welcome but the teaching style will be simple so that the youngest kids can also understand!)
2.) What is Scratch? Scratch is created by MIT to teach kids coding. It's completely free! We'll create all our projects at scratch.mit.edu.
3.) Do you need a Scratch account? No. You can use all of Scratch's features without an account. However, if your child is interested in mastering coding, an account will be helpful because it'll let them save their projects and share their projects with the Scratch community. Scratch accounts are also free.
4.) What does my child need to bring to Code Ninjas. Nothing. Just a willingness to learn, think creatively, and work well with others.
5.) What kind of devices can my child use? Chromebooks or laptops or desktops work best. Phones will not work. Tablets... maybe? Most/all of our projects will require a computer mouse and/or a keyboard. If a keyboard and mouse can be hooked onto the tablet, it will work.

Any other questions? Ask Amy Carlson at Thornton Library.
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1 day ago
Town of Stem

COME JOIN OUR TEAM! Granville County Government is how hiring for several positions, and offers a competitive benefits package for full-time employees which includes health and life insurance, a 401k (with County match), a retirement pension and additional benefits.

Click here to learn more: www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs?clientkey=013CE36B137370DD72FA97783135CF74
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2 days ago
Town of Stem

FYI.ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? The voter registration deadline for the Nov. 2, 2021 municipal election is Oct. 8. To cast a ballot for municipal races in Granville County, you must be a registered voter.

To check your registration status, visit www.ncsbe.gov/registering/checking-your-registration. To learn more about how to register to vote, please click here: www.ncsbe.gov/registering/how-register.

The Granville County Board of Elections can also be reached at 919-693-2515 for questions about the upcoming election.
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2 days ago
Town of Stem

This ride will be making a stop in Stem on October 6th! If you would like to volunteer please let us know! ... See MoreSee Less

This ride will be making a stop in Stem on October 6th! If you would like to volunteer please let us know!Image attachmentImage attachment
3 days ago
Town of Stem

Volunteers Needed to Build Nature Trails in Granville County!

Volunteer workdays have been scheduled at two of TRLC’s properties located near Creedmoor in Granville County, which will be known as the Horseshoe Road Nature Preserve and Robertson Creek Nature Preserve once opened to the public in 2022. For more information please visit our website through the link below:
www.tarriver.org/donate-support/events-outings/
Easy registration: activategood.org/nonprofit/381
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1 week ago
Town of Stem

Today marks 20 years since the 9/11 terror attacks in New York.
The Town of Stem pays tribute to all those who lost their lives that day. Their sacrifice will never be forgotten.
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Today marks 20 years since the 9/11 terror attacks in New York. 
The Town of Stem pays tribute to all those who lost their lives that day. Their sacrifice will never be forgotten.
1 week ago
Town of Stem

Youth hunting day in NC is rapidly approaching!

Hughes Outdoors and Southern Snow Company of #oxfordnc are offering a free kids scoop or small snowball for any child 17 and under wearing camo on Youth Hunting day, September 25th 2021!

Enjoy youth hunting day with family or friends and then enjoy a delicious treat on us!

#teamhughesoutdoors #granvillecountync
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1 week ago
Town of Stem

Unfortunately, due to challenges related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the Town of Stem and the Stem Police Department have decided to cancel our National Night Out event for 2021. We hope to be back bigger and better than ever next year! ... See MoreSee Less

Unfortunately, due to challenges related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the Town of Stem and the Stem Police Department have decided to cancel our National Night Out event for 2021. We hope to be back bigger and better than ever next year!
2 weeks ago
Town of Stem

Happy Labor Day to everyone in the Stem Community. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Labor Day to everyone in the Stem Community.
2 weeks ago
Town of Stem

OFFICES OF GRANVILLE COUNTY GOVERNMENT will be closed on Monday, Sept. 6 in observance of the Labor Day holiday, and will re-open on Tuesday, Sept. 7.

For a list of safe driving tips for the three-day Labor Day weekend, courtesy of the Granville County Sheriff's Office and the North Carolina Sheriff's Association, please click here: www.granvillecounty.org/2021/08/30/granville-county-sheriff-offers-tips-for-safe-labor-day-holiday/.

Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!
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2 weeks ago
Town of Stem

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