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Tournament raises money for breast cancer awareness

    Tournament raises money for breast cancer awareness

For the past five years, Hoops4L.Y.F.E. (H4L) has held an annual basketball tournament to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer.  This year, the nonprofit decided to dedicate the majority

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Making a joyful noise for a good cause

    Making a joyful noise for a good cause

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  Last Saturday, The Light Gospel Radio joined forces with Team Pink Gem (TPG), a local affiliate of the Susan G. Komen

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Women survivors overcome breast cancer

    Women survivors overcome breast cancer

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Seven ladies gathered to celebrate their overcoming breast cancer. The women were Royzetta Cokley, Michelle Neal, Shenelle McClurkin Thompson, Djakarta Solomon Lynch, Aleiah Shabazz, Kimberly Shiree

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Tournament brings focus to breast cancer

    Tournament brings focus to breast cancer

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE According to breastcancer.org, about one in eight U.S. Women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime.  In

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Rain didn’t stop Race for the Cure diehards

    Rain didn’t stop Race for the Cure diehards

Participants in the race for the Cure at the BB&T Ballpark in downtown Winston Salem, Saturday September 26. Tori P.

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BelkGives mammography unit to visit Hanes Mall

    BelkGives mammography unit to visit Hanes Mall

On Tuesday, Feb. 10, ­ the BelkGives on the Go Mobile Mammography Center will come to Hanes Mall from 9:30

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Teacher’s book helps children understand cancer

    Teacher’s book helps children understand cancer

(pictured above:  Jen-Ai Childress reads from her debut book.) Cook Elementary School teacher Jen-Ai Childress has penned her first children’s

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ESR supports Cancer Services

    ESR supports Cancer Services

On October 22, Experiment in Self-Reliance hosted a information forum, a 1k walk and “Survivor Social” in support of Breast

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Blacks and Breast Cancer

    Blacks and Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer continues to be one of the leading causes of death among women, particularly minority women, in the United

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Loved-ones remember babies gone too soon

    Loved-ones remember babies gone too soon

While people across the nation were celebrating Independence Day last year, Frederick Huffin and Sherica Becoat were mourning the loss

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