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Come Walk & Roll with Us!

    Come Walk & Roll with Us!

By Judi Lawson Wallace Can you imagine walking, biking or skating in the street without worrying about cars? That’s exactly what will happen on Sunday, May 3, from 1–4 p.m. in

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Habitat of Forsyth Honors Volunteers at Annual Volunteer Celebration

    Habitat of Forsyth Honors Volunteers at Annual Volunteer Celebration

It may have been delayed one week because of bad weather, but Habitat’s Mardi Gras Volunteer Celebration was no less festive! About 150 attendees gathered to honor those who have

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How would you like an Adventure  this Spring? … An Adventure in Learning, that is! 

    How would you like an Adventure  this Spring? … An Adventure in Learning, that is! 

By Susan Meny Did you know the Shepherd’s Center hosts a university-style seminar series for adults who are 50 or better every spring and fall at a different location around

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Sawtooth Ceramics Class Helps Stroke Victim Recover

    Sawtooth Ceramics Class Helps Stroke Victim Recover

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Last fall 83-year-old Nannette Gatti moved to Winston-Salem to live with her youngest daughter. Seeing her move around today, it’s hard to believe that in 2003 she

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The Mindset of “Customer” Service

  The Mindset of “Customer” Service

‘The Mindset of Customer Service’ is a critical competency for Piedmont Federal Savings Bank. We believe in getting to know

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Couple Volunteer at a Moment’s Notice

  Couple Volunteer at a Moment’s Notice

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Responding to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Harvey and Juanita Pardue were with a group of volunteers

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Alzheimer’s Disease

  Alzheimer’s Disease

Piedmont Triad unique in providing better opportunity for study By Rebecca Holder It’s hard to imagine anything that robs a

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Man with Parkinson’s Discovers Healing Properties of Art

  Man with Parkinson’s Discovers  Healing Properties of Art

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Parkinson’s disease struck Jerry Hayes with a vengeance. In good health until his 60s, Jerry and his

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Pastor to Publisher

  Pastor to Publisher

By Susan Meny Sitting in the Italian restaurant amid the clang and bustle of its lunch rush, it struck an

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UL Young Professionals engage police chief, Council Member in dialogue

  UL Young Professionals engage  police chief, Council Member in dialogue

(Above: Photos by Chanel Davis- Chief Barry Rountree (right) speaks.) The Winston-Salem Urban League Young Professionals hosted a forum Friday,

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