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Cereal drive brings in 2,400 boxes

    Cereal drive brings in 2,400 boxes

The students of Triad Academy at Summit were the top collectors for Crisis Control Ministry’s “Wee Care! Children’s Cereal Drive.” The school brought in 331 boxes of cereal during the

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The Carolina Air and Auto Center hosts free Open House tomorrow

    The Carolina Air and Auto Center hosts free Open House tomorrow

The Carolina Air and Auto Center, 3801 North Liberty Street (on the campus of Smith Reynolds Airport), will be hosting a free Open House celebration on Saturday, May 11 from 9 a.m.-3

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For Seniors Only! Are You Sodium Savvy?

    For Seniors Only!  Are You Sodium Savvy?

Nearly all Americans eat too much salt (sodium). Most of the salt comes from eating processed foods (75%), or adding salt to food while cooking and using the salt shaker

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Exciting Times for Northern Forsyth County Seniors

    Exciting Times for Northern Forsyth County Seniors

The Living Well – Rural Hall’s Center for Lifelong Learning is taking off like a rocket. The vision was to provide seniors with an opportunity for fellowship, food, and fun.

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Grant to help educate tomorrow’s teachers

    Grant to help educate tomorrow’s teachers

The Department of Teacher Education and Graduate Studies at Salem College received a $16,500 grant from the Kate B. Reynolds

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Community Service Award Honoree: Rev. Eyvette Abbott

    Community Service Award Honoree:  Rev. Eyvette  Abbott

Community Service Award Honoree The Biblical charge to feed the hungry and clothe the naked is one that Pastor Eyvette

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Locals to dance for homeless shelter

    Locals to dance for homeless shelter

Take the Lead Winston-Salem, a fundraiser for the Bethesda Center for the Homeless inspired by the hit television show “Dancing

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Senegalese Shindig

    Senegalese Shindig

WSSA marks its second anniversary  The Winston-Salem Senegalese Association (WSSA) celebrated its second anniversary Sunday at the Sprague Street Community

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