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Truliant Whitaker Square Manager Lauren Casner (right) presents a $1,000
donation to Dr. Jane Stephens for her Amani Children's Foundation.
SPECIAL TO THE
Credit Union is encour
aging nonprofit organiza
tions to submit applica
tions for Community
Mini Grant funding.
The program, now in
its sixth year, provides 20
profit organizations with
$1,000 in grant funding
to support operating, pro
grammatic or capacity
building needs. Since its
inception, the program
has awarded 150 different
with about $160,000 in
owner communities with
financial literacy out
reach has always been a
major focus at Truliant. A
credit union's responsi
bility to improve the
quality of life of its mem
bers by building strong
financial futures extends
to the impact it can have
in the neighborhoods
where they live." said
Renee Shipko, communi
ty engagement liaison at
The grants program
provides support for
Applications are now
available and are due by
Oct. 15. Recipients will
be chosen by online vot
ing on Facebook and
Twitter in November.
For more information
on Truliant Community
Mini Grants, visit
Truliant.org or call 336
Fairgoers can help
Meals on Wheels
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
Senior Services will open its parking
lot on Shorefair Drive to the public
attending the Dixie Classic Fair.
October 3-12. with proceeds benefiting
Located on the corner of Shorefair
Drive and Deacon Boulevard, the
Senior Services lot will be open from
10:30 a.m. until 11 p.m. each day of the
fair. A parking fee of $3 for each vehi
cle goes directly to the Meals-on
Wheels program to feed a homebound
senior. The Senior Services lot is at
2895 Shorefair Drive. A police officer
will be on duty in the lot, which is gated
and well-lit. The Senior Services lot
will not be open for parking on the clos
ing day of the fair. Sunday, Oct. 12.
Senior Services, a private, nonprofit
agency that has been operating in
Winston-Salem since 1974. runs several
other programs: The Elizabeth and Tab
Williams Adult Day Center. Help Line,
Home Care, Senior Lunch, Living-at
Home and Elder Care Choices.
Individuals wishing to volunteer or
donate can call 336-725-0907 or visit
EVERY MEMBER HAS A VOICE.
TOGETHER THEY WORK IN HARMONY.
Every electric co-op member has a say in what's best tor the community
Power to the people, trom the people Doesn't that sound good? Learn more
about the power ot your co-op membership at TogetherWeSave com
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Saturday, October 11 9 am - noon
Miller Park Recreation Center
400 Leisure Lane, Winston-Salem
Grandparents/grandchild (age 6 to 14 years old)
teams are invited to participate in the GRAND
GAMES. Activities include comhole, basketball T
shoot, football throw, horseshoes, bocce and A
much more Healthy snacks for all participants,
Register with Jessica Garrett at727-2321 or
jesskng@dtyofwsocgbyFnday.OcL 10 at 5 pm leisure
Test Yours Every Month!
Fire Prevention Week ? October 5-11,2014 FTI
For more fire safety tips go to NFPA.org
Community Roots Day
Saturday. Oct. 25.2014
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Check-ire 830 am at BeMew
Neighborhood Center. 2800 Burgandy St.
First 250 volunteers receive free t-shrts
and hats. Lunch provided for aB
City of Winston-Salem
Classes meet Thursdays
6-9 p.m. for 12 weeks
starting Jan. 29, 2015
Call Citylink 311 for an application or
apply online at www.CityofWS.org.
Applications due Dec. 19.
More information at www.CityofWS.org.
"Attending City ofWinston-Salem
University has been one of the most
rewarding experiences of my career."
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