SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Teen Lawn Care program, operated by UNITY Neighborhood Association, is reaching its full stride. The program, which was funded by Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN)
Photos by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE For the last five years, Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) has honored community leaders during their “We’ve Got Roots” fundraiser. The
Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) presents its first Winston’s Got Talent Show. It will be an opportunity for Winston’s most talented to showcase their skills to community.
UNITY (United neighbors involved in transforming Youth) Neighborhood Association has been awarded a $5,000 grant by Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods.
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Trustees of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation have awarded a $60,000 grant to Neighbors for Better
Above: Monica Walker speaks during the first Cross-Systems Equity Summit on Saturday, Oct. 24. (Photo by Tevin Stinson) By Tevin
In photo above: The Cleveland Avenue Transformation Team (CATT) received honors at the “We’ve Got Roots” celebration. (Submitted photo) By
Neighborhood groups have been meeting all over Winston-Salem this year, trying to organize residents to help improve their neighborhoods. Neighbors
(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle- Local community residents enjoy dinner as they listen to speakers of the Neighbors
(Above- Submitted Photo LaDeara Crest residents with Community Resource Director Ike Black (right).) The residents of LaDeara Crest, a name derived