Ahoskie native author to be guest speaker at PCCOA dinner

Published 12:40 pm Thursday, December 7, 2017

AHOSKIE – The Pregnancy Care Center of Ahoskie (PCCOA) will be hosting their annual Appreciation Dinner on Dec. 21.

The dinner is held each year to show appreciation to sponsors and donors who have supported the center and as an outreach to the community to promote awareness of services and engage partnerships.

Terri Watt

The speaker for this year’s dinner is Terri Britt Watt, a native of Ahoskie and the daughter of the late Frank and Daisy Britt.

Watt graduated from Ahoskie High School, now known as Hertford County High, in 1978. She left Ahoskie and joined the military where she served for 20 years. She retired from the Army on Dec. 1, 2000 and attended Fayetteville State University and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.

Watt earned a Special Educational Teacher’s Licensure and taught Special Education for nine years. She attended graduate school and obtained a Master’s Degree in School Administration.

She finally fulfilled her long-life dream of becoming an author and published four books, titled, The Other Side Of My Prayers, Confronting The Guilt Of My Past; Your Body Is Your Temple, and her newest release, Bitter Root.

Watt shares an abundant life with husband, David. Together they share four children and four grandchildren. The couple resides in Savannah, Georgia.

Watt will be sharing her very inspiring story and will have copies of her books at the PCCOA Appreciation Dinner. Churches or groups who would like to send one or two representatives, call 252-862-4777 to reserve your place. Space is limited so please respond before Dec. 13.