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New garden to offer many community-friendly benefits

    New garden to offer many community-friendly benefits

Latch Key, Inc. broke ground Friday on its East Winston Community Garden on Bramble Brook Lane, near Alpha And Omega Church. The youth enrichment nonprofit is using land owned by

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Students get involved with Senior Games

    Students get involved with Senior Games

Students get involved with Senior Games  How did you get involved with Piedmont Plus Senior Games? What are your responsibilities at the games? I got involved with the PPSG through one

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Troop to hold dog show

    Troop to hold dog show

Girl Scout Junior Troop 40525 invites all Girl Scouts and their dogs to participate in a dog show to benefit Stepping Stones Canine Rescue. The Troop is hosting the event

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UUF to unveil new clothing closet site

    UUF to unveil new clothing closet site

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston-Salem will hold a blessing and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 4 to celebrate the completion of the permanent home of its Community Clothes Closet.

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Carver team designs robots for competition

For the third consecutive year, a Carver High School team took part in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), a premier

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CEO promises ED search progress

    CEO promises ED search progress

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina CEO Curt Hazelbaker told Winston Lake Family YMCA members, staffers and volunteers Tuesday that a

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Members left in limbo by Y leaders

    Members left in limbo by Y leaders

Three months after Executive Director Shawan Gabriel left the Winston Lake Family YMCA to take his current post as CEO

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Clean-Up Crew

    Clean-Up Crew

Volunteers help tidy city Volunteers came out in force in support of the Great American Cleanup effort in Winston-Salem on

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Human Relations Award Honoree: Dr. Medge Owen

    Human Relations Award Honoree:  Dr. Medge Owen

Human Relations Award Honoree In underdeveloped countries, child birth can be a life-threatening ordeal for mother and child. Dr. Medge

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I Pledge …

    I Pledge …

Volunteers vow to serve as ­advocates for children More than a dozen volunteers took an oath Saturday on the campus

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