Special to The Chronicle More than 100 members of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Greek-Letter Organizations were decked out their respective organization colors for the National Pan-Hellenic Council 86th Anniversary on Sunday,
“Liquid sunshine” ruled the day outside as about 100 women and girls gathered inside the Forsyth County Cooperative Extension Building on Saturday, May 21. The fellowship inside made the day bright.
Many people in the community are affected by mental health issues in some way. A friend, loved one, or colleague probably has struggled with a disorder at some point in time.
The American Red Cross urges blood and platelet donors to choose their day to give and help ensure blood is available for patients all summer long during its annual summer awareness campaign, sponsored by Suburban Propane.
More than 150 mothers and daughters gathered at the Carl Russell Recreation Center on Saturday morning to partake of a special brunch in their honor.
Since 2000, Anita “Boss Lady” Dean-Arnette of The Light (1340 AM WPOL) a Christian radio station, has invited listeners to send in letters to nominate their mothers for Mother of the Year. This year, station officials sorted through scores of letters and decided Alice Dixon-Sims deserved to wear the 2016 crown.
Triad native Imani Pressley is already making her impact on the music industry. With a Grammy and Dove Award nomination under her belt by the age of 19, she may be well on her way to being globally recognized.
The Arts Mean Business.” This is the message being delivered by The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, who announced it has joined the Arts & Economic Prosperity 5, a national study measuring the economic impact of nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their audiences.