Senior Resources of Guilford's 17th Annual Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser benefiting Senior Wheels Medical Transportation
Friday March 29, 2019 @ 5:30-7:00 PM
Christ UMC 410 N Holden Rd, Greensboro
Dine-In or Take-out
Silent Auction of Specialty Themed baskets and Door Prizes
Meal Includes: drink, garden salad, full plate of spaghetti and dessert (vegetarian option available)
Available at the door or at Senior Resources of Guilford's Greensboro Corporate office: 1401 Benjamin Pkwy, Greensboro
Proceeds from the Spaghetti Dinner help to ensure seniors in Guilford County get to their medical appointments
Kick-Off To Kindergarten takes place Saturday, March 30 from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm at Davidson Country community College Rittling Conference Center, 297 DCCC Road, Thomasville, NC 27360. Documentation needed for registration includes: 2 proofs of address, birth certificate, health assessment, and custody paperwork (if applicable). This event will include countywide kindergarten registration, health screening, resources for parents, activities, snapcks, and giveaways.
Widow's Son Lodge #4, is hosting our annual free community health fair. Area health care provider and services are organized in one larger location to offer free screenings, information, one on one question and answers session.
Confirmed participating Vendors: Colgate Mobile Unit, UNC Kidney Center, TMJ and Sleep Therapy Centre of RDU, Camp Gladiator, Crack Shack Chiropratic, doTerra Wellness Advocate, Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare, PLLC, ASEA, Borkan Family Dentistry, ClearCaptions, Greystone Chirporactic, Gard Wellness Center/Functional Nutrition, Edward Jones, LegalShield, Learning Lab 360, Transamerica, The Bannard Center, Wake Research Associates, Alliance of Aids, OsteoStrong Durham, Prevent Blindness of NC, Alliance Behavioral Health, Sisters Network Triangle NC, Wake County EMS, Fleet Feet of Raleigh, WomenHeart Wisewoman, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, AE Dermatology, Heredity Cancer Intel, Joe Edwards Insurance, Senior Life Home Center, Invision Diagnostic
Screenings/Offerings: face painting, child id kits, children dental screenings, hearing test, vision test, kidney/stroke screening, bone density, range of motion, massage, spinal analysis, sleep test, inherited cancer mouth swabs, investment planning, legal aid, mammograms, and much more #WS#4HF19! https://s7stm6cm69.timetap.com (mammogram registration)
The partners at the SC based Joye Law Firm are happy to announce that they are once again running a scholarship contest for South Carolina high school students.
The firm is offering six 2,000 scholarships to graduating seniors in South Carolina planning to attend a four-year college or university in the fall.
Students will be selected based on several factors, including their creative entry, community involvement, school activities, positions of leadership, special honors and awards, professional pursuits, and academic performance.
To apply, students must create an infographic in response to one of several prompts on drunk or distracted driving.
Students can apply by using the online application form, which can be found at: https://www.joyelawfirm.
The firm’s partners say that they have been amazed by the level of creativity students have shown in their creative entries in past years, and they look forward to seeing what kind of entries are submitted this year.
The Sixth Annual Itty Bitty Kiddie 5K Glow Run 2019 takes place on Friday, April 5, 2019 at Davidson County Community College, 297 DCC Rd Thomasville, NC 27360. Registration is $25 and includes a dry fit t-shirt (guaranteed if registered by March 5th), and pre-run glow in the dark zumba. Registration for Fun Run is $15 for 10 years old and under. Register online at www.itsyourrace.com. Check in begins at 7:00 pm , Fun Run begins at 7:45 pm, 5K Begins at 8:30 pm.
April 6, 2019 Bicentennial Park Asheboro, NC Game tickets and bounce house tickets .50. Hot dogs $1.50, drinks$1, chips .50, cupcakes .50. Raffle tickets $1 or 6 for $5, baskets have at least $60 value. Vendors and music. Starts at 10:00 ends at 4:00.
Contact Becky Muraszewski @ 336-629-5141
Salem Christian Academy is having their annual craft show and auction. Proceeds from the event will go towards student technology such as chromebooks, online learning programs, ebooks and PE equipment. We have vacation packages, park tickets, recreation tickets, home decor, sports and outdoor items, gift certificates, and many other items up for bid. Silent auction begins at 10 and will end at 2:00, the live auction will begin at 2:00. There will be vendors set up from 10-2 and consessions and food will also be available.
Miriam's Dance Academy presents the 2019 Center Stage Performing Arts Showcase; Saturday, April 6th at 2pm at the Van Dyke Performance Space, downtown Greensboro. This local showcase is an amazing show featuring dancers from the state of NC including Suah African Dance Theatre, Daliana Dance, The Dance Project, The Raleigh Rockers Crew and over 15 studios from the state of NC. The Center Stage Showcase brings dancers together to perform LIVE for the community. Tickets are on sale now at www.thevandyke.org and are only $12 plus tax. Get yours today!
NC AAZK invites you to kick off our One Planet People campaign. We want to encourage you to make a commitment in making our world a better place. Reduce, reuse, recycle and make an effort to live on a cleaner, healthier and ultimately happier planet!
This year’s event is a screening of the film Straws by Linda Booker. Learn all about the major problem of plastic pollution and what you can do to make it better. All proceeds go to local and national conservation organizations and professional development for our chapter members. Come meet and greet with vendors and local businesses about alternatives to plastic products.
Friday April 12th, 2019 at Sunset Theatre
Doors open at 5:30 pm
Snacks and vendors from 5:30-6:30pm
Delicious treats from Maxie B's Bakery & Dessert Café in Greensboro
Keep Randolph Beautiful
NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher
GSO Goes Green
Movie screening at 6:30pm - Followed by a Q&A with film creator, Linda Booker
General Admission ticket required to attend.
Online $8 (plus fees)
At the door $15
Ticket Purchase includes:
Vendor Meet and Greet
Film Screening and Q&A
April 12 and 13 at 7:00 pm
General Admission: $10 (Box Office/Purchase at School)
Children 3 and up : $5 (Box Office/Purchase at School)
At the incrEDIBLE Plant Sale, we’ll have a wide selection of veggie, herb, and flower starts for sale. Proceeds benefit the Greensboro Children’s Museum’s half-acre garden, The Edible Schoolyard. This event is free and open to the public. We'll have food trucks, children's activities and live music!
Coming to Asheboro, NC’s Bicentennial Park in the heart of the growing downtown is the first ever Jimmy-June Music and Arts Festival brought to you by Mindful Supply Co. and Four Saints Brewing Co. The free-to-the-public festival on April 27th, 2019 celebrates the music, art and culture of North Carolina and the South and hopes to bring a recurring event to Asheboro that all can enjoy. The day will be filled with great local food trucks, craft beers from Four Saints, artists and craft vendors, a cornhole tournament with prizes and a day long lineup of local and touring bands starting at 1pm and ending at 10pm.
Caleb Caudle, a Winston-Salem native and now international touring singer/songwriter, will be headlining the event with his unique brand of Americana music. Just off recording his latest album at Johnny Cash’s famous Cash Cabin recording studio and a stint touring Europe, Caudle will be ready to put on a great show for his home state right here in the Piedmont.
Justin Wells, formerly of the alt-country band Fifth on the Floor, will be co-headlining. Wells has recently gained traction on the country music scene, along with others from his home state of Kentucky. His commanding vocals and thoughtful songwriting are sure to get the attention of any music fan.
The lineup of local artists showcasing their talents on the stage at the Jimmy-June Music and Arts Festival promise to be names to watch in the future: Whiskey Foxtrot of Winston-Salem bringing their throwback rock sound, Abigail Dowd of Southern Pines fresh off recording her new album “Not What I Seem”, Beau James of Greensboro and his roots rock sound, The Grand Ole Uproar of Greensboro with style all their own and Nathan Pope, the young blues guitar virtuoso from Liberty.
The Jimmy-June Music and Arts Festival is in honor of Jimmy Saunders and Allan “June” Parsons of Troy, NC. They were the grandfathers of event organizer, Justin Saunders and the event is his way of honoring their memories.
Proceeds from the festival will go to benefit the Randolph County Family Crisis Center. For more information visit www.jimmyjunefest.com or follow us on instagram and facebook.
Walk for Recover if a FREE EVENT hosted by Fellowship Hall that brings together those in recovery from alcohol or drugs, their families, counselors, treatment centers, friends- anyone committed to staying in recovery and helping others get on the path.
Join us for the start of out 1-mile walk at Center City Park in Greensboro. We’ll finish back at the park with live music, recovery success stories and treatment information. Make a poster or banner that speaks to your recovery or highlights your organization and bring it alone!
The free classes are designed to inform participants about the child welfare system, the role of foster parents and to help individuals develop the skills to become a successful foster/adoptive parent. The classes also focus on understanding trauma and how to better serve families who have experienced trauma. Individuals who complete the classes and the licensing process become licensed North Carolina foster parents.
For more information or to register for the classes, contact Shawn Squirewell, the director of foster care services at Nazareth Child & Family Connection at 888.207.0250, Ext. 111 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you called to be a Chaplain? A ministry of presence serving outside the walls of the church...The first step is to attend a Basic Chaplain's Training. This initial training is a 3-day intensive school that covers an overview of what makes a Chaplain. You will leave with the tools to start you in this calling. This training does not make you a Chaplain (upon completion of the training there is an application process.)
Reserve your spot today and see what makes a WFM Chaplain different! For more information on Warrior Family Ministries or to register for the training, please visit www.wfmchaplains.org or call our headquarters at (910) 769-2490
Christmas time is approaching fast and this year Pure Basketball is hosting its first Toy Drive to help families that are in need for the holidays because every child deserves to wake up Christmas morning to at least a little something. Pure Basketball is a youth basketball program from Albemarle N.C. where we currently have 3 teams that travel the state and play in tournaments against other basketball programs from all over the state and some tournaments from all over the country. Our kids in the program range from high school down to 5th grade and we hope to expand in the future. We are blessed to have a great support system around the program and hope to grow even bigger over the next few years. So we are using our platform to help those kids out this year and give back to the community since it has been so great to us. We will be hosting a drop off event December 1st at B.R.S inc in Richfield NC where we will be accepting toys to donate. You can bring in new unwrapped toys for all ages that day. We will also will be selling food the day of the drop off for any one who comes to join us. Also if anyone knows a family personally that may be experience hard times and needs a little help for Christmas please let us know and we will personally try to help that family out as well with toys from the toy drive. So let’s all get together and help out the less fortunate this holiday season and come together as a community and make some kids Christmas a unforgettable one!!!! so everyone come out and get in the Christmas spirit and listen to Christmas music and help out our community...If you have any questions or would like to donate but can’t make event we can arrange a pick up please call 704-984-0042 or 704-792-8263 for more information!