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Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1075 Shalimar Drive, celebrated Women's History Month on Friday, March 13
through Sunday, March 15. This year's theme was "Emmanuel Meeting the Needs of Women: Embracing,
Educating and Empowering." On March 13, church members visited Sunrise Towers Apartment, 801 Martin Luther
King, Jr. Drive, to hold a Women's Clothing Giveaway.
Cassandra Barkley, left, and Joyce "Ms. Diva" Watlington enjoy shopping at the Emmanuel Clothing
Carolyn Allison, member of Emmanuel Baptist Church,
moves a rack full of donated clothes.
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Emmanuel Baptist Church member Danyetta
Jackson, left, helps resident Joyce Watlington
find the perfect pants.
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Winston-Salem State University hosts
fourth annual Elementary Mathematics Invitational
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Winston-Salem State University's Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology
Education (CMSTE) and the Department of Mathematics will offer the fourth annual
Elementary Mathematics Invitational (EMI) on Saturday, April 11, from 8 a.m. until
noon in the Thompson Center on campus.
EMI, an official event of the 2015 North Carolina Science Festival, is a special free
event geared toward diverse audiences with a mathematics competition for regional
fourth- and fifth-graders.
There is also a family math session for parents of the contest participants that provide
math activities to use at home.
Additionally, experts in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathemat
ics (STEM) will speak about the integration of STEM in their professions and STEM
connections to everyone's daily lives. The event will culminate with an award ceremony
for the winning student teams.
As an official 2015 North Carolina Science Festival event, EMI is among hundreds
of community-based events that showcase STEM activities across the state.
The festival, the first statewide undertaking of its type, is a two-week celebration
each spring that brings hundreds of events hosted by schools, colleges, libraries, muse
ums, parks, businesses and other community organizations together under one banner to
recognize the economic, educational and cultural impact of science in North Carolina.
The Festival is presented by Biogen Idee Foundation and produced by Morehead
Planetarium and Science Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
For more information about EMl, contact Dr. Pamela Moses-Snipes at mosess
email@example.com or (336) 750-2494 or Dr. Vincent Snipes at firstname.lastname@example.org or (336)
Registration will be done on a first come first serve basis. To register visit:
www.wssu.edu/ncmsen and click on the Elementary Mathematics Invitational tab on the
left and then click on the registration form. For more information on the Science
Festival, visit www.ncsciencefestival.org.
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Friday garbage collection changed for Easter holiday
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City offices will be closed Friday. April 3. for the
City Link, the city's citizen service call center, will be
staffed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to assist citizens and will be
available outside of those hours for water, sewer and
other non-911 emergencies.
Garbage collections scheduled for Friday, April 3,
will take place on Monday, April 6. Recycling and yard
waste collections will not be affected. For more informa
tion call CityLink 311.
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