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Sierra Club meeting
A Sierra Club meeting will be 7 pjn. Thursday, April
9, at Single Brothers Workshop, 10 Academy St. in Old
Salem. Program: Thru Hiking North Carolina's Mountains
to Sea Thiil. Join the group for the social at 7-7:30 p.m.,
with announcements at 7:30, and the program at 7:45.
Contact person: Cornelia Barr at 336-409-2772 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. The meeting is free and open to all.
Winston-Salem Job Fair Seeks to Fill
40 CDL Openings
The city of Winston-Salem will hold a job fair
Friday, April 10 specifically for CDL drivers and equip
ment operators to fill a critical shortage within its work
force. The job fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the Goodwill Career Connections Center at 2701
University Parkway in Winston-Salem. As of March 31,
the city had more than 40 vacancies for employees with a
Class A or Class B commercial driver's license who are
capable of operating trucks, backhoes, loaders, excavators
and other construction equipment. Attendees should bring
their CDL license. A map and directions to the job fair
location and more information about qualifications for
CDL and equipment operator positions is posted on the
Human Resources page at CityofWS.org.
The "5" Royales Committee will sponsor a Sock Hop
Friday, April 10, from 7 to 11 pjn. at the National Guard
Armory, 2000 Silas Creek Pkwy. It will feature the Mighty
Eliminators, a local R&B group. Tickets are $20 per per
son. For more information or to purchase tickets contact:
Bobby Ray Wilson at 336-406-5138, 336-703-0133,
email@example.com; or, Kim Bell, 336-354-9836,
kimskreations63 @ gmail .com.
Service providers workshop
The Browning Of America: Implications And
Strategies For Service Providers will be Friday, April 17,
8:30 are. to 5 pre. at Gateway YWCA, 1300 S. Main St.
The workshop costs $150 per participant (limited scholar
ships available, $50 discounts for three or more). Please
RSVP by Friday, April 10. Call 336-722-8379, ext. 105.
The 11th annual Cheers! A Toast to Children's Health, .
a wine-tasting event that benefits Brenner Children's
Hospital at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, will be
held Friday, April 10, at Old Salem Visitor Center from
6:30-9:30 pm. This year's event features the traditional
Grand Tasting, a live auction at 8 pre. and a new offering
called The Cellar, in which participants enjoy an hour of
tasting and education about wine along with great food
and the selection from more than 100 wines featured in the
Grand Tasting. Time slots for The Cellar are 6:45-7:45
pre. or 8:15-9:15 pre.
Writer Jayne Penne' will host the Gathering of Writers
Phase II, Saturday, April 11 at 1 p.m. at Carver School
Road Branch Library. Her special guests include Myra
Worrell, Media Specialist at Konnoak Elementary and
Ann Dubose Little, writer author and educator. Admission
The Winston-Salem Urban League wijl have a
Financial Bootcamp at 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 11
at its headquarters at 201 W. Fifth St. Call 336-725-5614
for more information. This is free and open to the public.
Delta Arts Open House
On Saturday, April 11, from 1-3 p.m.. Delta Arts
Center will celebrate 10 years in its current home at 2611
New Walkertown Road with a Community Day and Grand
re-opening of its newly painted facility. The facility
upgrades are made possible by a generous gift from Mr.
James Watson, proprietor of the locally owned 360
Painting Company. For more information, call 336-722
2623 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forsyth Tech will hold an Open House on Saturday,
April 11, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Oak Grove Center on
the College's Main Campus, 2100 Silas Creek Parkway.
The event is free and open to the public. The event offers
the community the opportunity to learn about the variety
of career and college transfer programs available at the
college. Pre-registration is requested by completing the
form found at http://www.forsythtech.edu/operihouse. For
more information, visit forsythtech.edu or call Eddie
Waddell, director of Recruiting and Student Support
Services, at 336-734-7326 or email
Yoga for a cause
Stretch Yourself - Help A Child: A Yoga Fundraiser to
Benefit the Children's Law Center of Central N.C. will be
held Saturday, April 11,9:30 to 11 a.m. at Maple Springs
United Methodist Church, 2569 Reynolda Road. Cost.
$20 in advance, $25 at the door, $10 students. Admission
may be waived for survivors of domestic violence.
Contact Susan at 336-831-1909x8 for details. Bring a
towel or blanket and a yoga mat if you have one. A limited
number of mats will be available to borrow. Arrive before
9:30 a.m. to check in and set up your practice space.
There's only one Emergency Department in the region designed around the unique needs of children.
That's the Emergency Department at Brenner Children's Hospital. All of our equipment is child-sized.
And our physicians, nurses and staff are specially trained in emergency care and pediatrics. So whether
your superhero's emergency is a broken bone or an allergic reaction, Brenner Children's Hospital provides
comprehensive emergency care, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Brenner Children's Hospital
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