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The 4th quarter doesn’t have to be the last quarter

    The 4th quarter doesn’t have to be the last quarter

The 4th quarter doesn’t have to be the last quarter

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Volunteers offer healing through arts and crafts at SECU House

    Volunteers offer healing through arts and crafts at SECU House

Every Monday, the SECU Family House partners with Sawtooth School for Visual Art for an evening of Art and Wellness.

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The Fountain of Youth isn’t a fountain, it’s a ‘form’

    The Fountain of Youth isn’t a fountain, it’s a ‘form’

The Fountain of Youth isn’t a fountain, it’s a ‘form’

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Play by local humorist will premiere in March at ARTC Theatre

    Play by local humorist will premiere in March at ARTC Theatre

Play by local humorist will premiere in March at ARTC Theatre

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Seniors group tours Reed Gold Mine

  Seniors group tours Reed Gold Mine

Despite the steady rain on Saturday, Feb. 23, six ladies from the Salvation Army’s senior center had a fun day learning about the Reed Gold Mine.

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Volunteer Profile

  Volunteer Profile

Lin Cundiff has been a Meals-On-Wheels volunteer for over 30 years.

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Trinity Glen receives SHARP Award

  Trinity Glen receives SHARP Award

Trinity Glen receives SHARP Award

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2018 MLK Jr. Day Breakfast provides call to action

  2018 MLK Jr. Day Breakfast provides call to action

“We need to speak out,” said Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Prayer Breakfast on Dr. King’s actual birthday and the celebrated holiday, on Monday, Jan. 15. The Chronicle and the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity sponsored the event.

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If you have one more road to cross, Victor Johnson will extend his hand

  If you have one more road to cross, Victor Johnson will extend his hand

Victor Johnson was instrumental in organizing the Winston-Salem Sit In Movement. Busta Brown asked which was first, Greensboro or Winston-Salem. He smiles and says, “They sat down first, but we ate first.”

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Renowned scholar sings to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. in 2018

  Renowned scholar sings to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. in 2018

Dr. Louise Toppin, a soprano and renowned scholar of African-American art song, performed freedom songs at Home Moravian Church on Sunday, Jan. 14, as part of the church’s Songs of Justice and Peace program, a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.

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