Who: Moving Forward
What: This is an opportunity for former offenders to gain employment.
When: Wednesday, March 21st, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM- 8:00 PM
Where: Trinity AME Zion Church | 631 E. Florida St., Greensboro NC 27406
Why: This event is intended to reach former offenders in the Triad to gain emploment opportunites provided by this organization.
Jake's Billiard's is donating 15% of sales this day to The ALS Association - NC Chapter. Dog friendly!
1712 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27403
The Duke Multidisciplinary Gastrointestinal Cancers Program is hosting the 5th Annual CRUSH Colorectal Cancer 5K Run/Walk in honor and celebration of those whose lives have been touched by colorectal cancer. Duke CRUSH benefits Colorectal Cancer research at Duke and community outreach and education. The race will take place at it's new location outside of Northgate Mall in Durham, NC on March 24th at 8 am. Come enjoy a great race for a wonderful cause with food trucks onsite to enjoy. Visit link to register or volunteer. http://dccc.convio.net/site/TR?fr_id=1470&pg=entry
If you haven't been to Horigan's, you're in for a treat! Beer, wine and ciders that you pay by the ounce for. They are donating a percentage of sales for the night to The ALS Association - NC Chapter
Horigan's House of Taps
603A South Elm St, Greensboro, North Carolina 27406
Complete your 4-year degree at Greensboro College! Come meet the directors of our online degree-completion programs and learn about the admission process. Spring sessions are being held Saturday, February 17 and Tuesday, March 27. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who: 30 Day Promise by Corey L. Branch
What: Movie Vieiwing
When: Saturday March 31st, 2018
Where: The Wyndham garden Inn | 415 S. Swing Rd. Greensboro NC 27409
Time: 6:00 PM- 7:30 PM
Call: 1-888-360-1603 for reservations
Give blood and help save local lives! Donate blood with Community Blood Center of the Carolinas. Call 1-888-59-BLOOD or visit www.cbcc.us to make an appointment at any location.
More public drives can be found at Community Blood Center of the Carolinas’ website www.cbcc.us. CBCC has donation centers in Charlotte, Concord, Gastonia, Hickory, and Greensboro (http://www.cbcc.us/about/donor-center-hours.php for center hours).
13th annual spring fashion show hosted by the threads organization. Tickets are $20 to general admission and $10 for student tickets. The event is April 7th at the downtown Marriott hotel in Greensboro. Doors open at 7pm!
Join Relay For Life of Guilford County for our first annual "Run Back to the 80's" 5K held at Country Park Friday, April 13, 2018 starting promptly at 7:00PM. Registration will begin at 5:30PM.
This race is a 5K run/walk fundraiser in conjunction with Relay For Life of Guilford county taking place on Friday, May 18th.
REGISTRATION AND T-SHIRTS
Your registration fee includes entrance to the race as well as an event T-shirt and a chipped bib.
Now until March 30 = $25.
April 1st-April 12th = $30
Race Day April 12th = $35
**T-shirts are guaranteed to all participants who register by Friday, March 30th.
EARLY PACKET PICK-UP
All race packets will be available for EARLY pick-up at DICK’s Sporting Goods (1208 Bridford Parkway, Greensboro, NC 27407) Thursday, April 12th 3:00PM-7:00PM.
Great award prizes supplied by DICK's for Top 3 Overall Male & Females Winners and Top 3 Male & Female Age Group Winners 14 & Under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69 and 70+. Cash value of over $1,200.
POST RACE ACTIVITIES
After the race, we will have music, food trucks, announcement of winners and a luminaria ceremony! Luminarias can be purchased online for $5 under the tribute tab or at the event. We will also have prizes for the best 80's dressed!
For any questions or concerns, please contact (336) 834-3354 or email@example.com.
The Compassionate Bikers of Alamance County was founded in 2008 to raise funds for animal rescues that rely solely on donations to operate. Our goal is to raise funds for spay and neuter and to find homes for the unwanted pets in Alamance County.
On April 14th, 2018, Lucky's Saloon is hosting our 10th Annual Miles for Mutts to benefit The Humane Society of Alamance County, The Biscuit Foundation and pet rescues. This is the largest motorcycle benefit in Alamance County and 100% of the proceeds from this event will be donated to these non-profit organizations. There will be a motorcycle ride starting at 12:00 noon, making several stops and ending up at Lucky's Saloon around 4:30. There will be live music, raffle/auction items and food provided by Texas Roadhouse.
Angels Among Us is a non-profit that benefits the Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke. Brain cancer is now the leading cause of cancer deaths in children. This year marks our 25th celebration of Angels Among Us. Over 4,000 participants including patients, families, and friends come out to celebrate HOPE. All of our proceeds go directly to brain tumor research at Duke. The event is located on the corners of Erwin Road and Flowers Drive at Duke University. It starts with a 5K at 8:00 followed by a family fun walk at 11:00. Registration includes an event t-shirt, food, drinks, entertainment, a kids zone with blow-ups, mascots, and so much more. Children under 12 are FREE!
Fellowship Hall, Inc., will host the second annual WALK for RECOVERY, a FREE community event where individuals leading lives in recovery can come together with their family, counselors, and friends to be a beacon of hope to others struggling with addiction to alcohol and drugs. The WALK hopes to dispel the stigma associated with Substance Use Disorder, helping the public understand that addiction is a treatable disease, not the result of bad behavior.
“Many people do not know what successful recovery looks like. The WALK FOR RECOVERY is about coming out in the open as living examples that recovery is real and obtainable, a live demonstration that recovered people can live happy and healthy lives. We are in an epidemic situation with opiate use. We must show people that recovery is possible. Alcoholics and addicts are worth helping; they can get their lives back and become engaged and productive members of our communities,” said Mike Yow, a licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist with over 30 years of experience in the Substance abuse field, who currently serves as President and CEO of Fellowship Hall.
The WALK kicks off on Sunday, April 29th at 2:00 pm in Center City Park, Downtown Greensboro. Walkers will depart from the park for a 1-mile trek then return to the Park where individuals in recovery will share their personal success stories to encourage and motivate attendees. Freedom House and Wilmington Treatment Center will have information on available community resources for those interested in learning more about treatment and recovery. The event will close with the sounds of Lyn Koonce, one of Greensboro’s up and coming local musicians. Sponsors for this year’s event include the Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation and Holly Hill Hospital in Raleigh, NC. Organizations interested in hosting an information table should contact our event organizer, Altina Layman, at 336-621-3381.
About Fellowship Hall: Fellowship Hall is a 99-bed, private, 501(c)(3) non-profit alcohol and drug treatment center located in Greensboro, N.C. We provide treatment and evidence-based programs built upon total abstinence and the Twelve-Step model of recovery. We have been accredited by The Joint Commission since 1974 as a specialty hospital and are a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers. We are committed to providing exceptional, compassionate care to every individual we serve.
Savanna Williams is a Wish Recipient through Make-A-Wish. Less than 3 years ago, she needed a walker to get down the hallway. Now, she's giving back by participating in the Make-A-Wish Trailblaze Challenge! The Trailblaze Challenge is a 28.3 mile hike all in one day to raise funds to grant wishes for children suffering life-threatening illnesses. Just like with Savanna, these wishes go a long well not only for the mental and emotional well-being for the child AND family, but for the physical as well. Savanna's goal is to raise $5,000 for the Challenge so that she can grant the wish of another child and pay it forward. her donation page and story can be found at
This year we aspire to use our fashion show, "Fashion and Elements of Beauty", as a vehicle to challenge traditional stereotypes about what defines beautiful. We are working to raise funds to expand our outreach by purchasing and transforming a Ford E450 22 passenger van, or similar vehicle, into a Fashion Mobile. We desire to install a resource wall containing national and local domestic violence literature. It would enable us to further our core goal of raising awareness regarding topics pertaining to healthy families and relationships. We want to expand the conversation and hopefully transform America's love language in this regard.
Showtimes 2:30 pm, 4:30 pm, and 6:30 pm
The Kirkwood 5K is a family focused run/walk/push designed to get the entire community involved! Our flat course is nestled in the cozy, neighborhood streets of Kirkwood and promises to be a FAST, easy, and refreshing 5K. All proceeds for the 2018 K5K will benefit BackPack Beginnings.