Photo by Tevin Stinson TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Members of the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) ditched their badges and laced up their Nikes last Saturday afternoon, March 11, when they
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Last Saturday, more than 60 volunteers from various walks of life came together, rolled up their sleeves, and worked hours to bring a new playground
Happy Hill Cemetery Friends invites volunteers to help clean up the historic Happy Hill Cemetery, on Saturday, May 21 at 9:30 a.m at the corner of Willow and Pitts streets in Happy Hill. Help is also needed on May 28, The group has been working for years to restore the historic cemetery, located in the city’s oldest black community, which was hit hard in last week’s severe weather and is now littered with downed branches and trees.
Photo By Todd Luck Volunteers Glenda Wharton, Brian Coletta, Heather Jones, Sam Little and Rebekah Ricardo get set up for last week’s phone bank. Also pictured in the background is
Oak Forest Health and Rehab center resident Emma Robinson is the great- grandmother of former Wake Forest star Josh Howard.
Photo by Tevin Stinson Just ahead of the holiday season, the Chris Paul Family Foundation and the Triad Dream Center
By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The Community Care Center opened its doors on Oct. 23, 2000, with its
Samaritan Ministries settles in at new digs Samaritan Ministries Soup Kitchen clients saw a change of scenery last week as
(pictured above: John Young sorts through toys.) Santa has local elves working hard to make sure every child has a merry
Crisis Control Ministry Is Looking for A Few Good Volunteers By Vicki Jones, Director of Community Outreach and Volunteers Clients