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| Community Calendar | SciWorks "Food Trucks and Trivia" SciWorks is hosting another SciWorks after Dark event, "Food Trucks and Trivia" today from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at 400 W. Hanes Mill Rd. Participants can explore the museum's exhibits, enter a science trivia com petition for a chance to win prizes, and purchase dinner and drinks from local food trucks and other vendors. Tickets are $9 plus tax at the door. SciWorks Members are free. Tickets are available online at www. Lunch and Clothing Giveaway The Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., will provide free lunch and clothing for the communi ty on Saturday, July 25 from 9 a.m. - noon. This . will be held at First Baptist Church located at 700 N. Highland Ave. Clothing for children, adult men and women will be given away. Some house ware items will be available to be given away. A nutritious lunch will be served beginning at 10 a.m. for adults and children. For more,infor mation contact the church office at 336-722-5605. ADA 25th Anniversary Several local groups are hosting the 25th anniversary of the passage of The American with Disabilities Act on Friday, July 24 from 2 to 7 p.m. at the Triad Park in Kernersville at Shelters 6 and 7. There will be live entertainment, food ven dors, information booths, guest speakers and more. Admission is free. For information or to volun teer, contact Mark Steele, ADA25 Steering Committee Chair at 336 767-7060 or msteele@ theadaptables .com. Blue and White Summer Ball The Garden of Iris is hosting a Blue and White Summer Ball on Saturday, July 25 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Post 128 on 4817 Old Rural Hall Rd. A donation of $10 will include food and door prizes. For more informa tion, contact Dianne Porter at 336-740-6 111. Community Fish Fry The Freedom Tree at 1DR is hosting a fundrais er and community fish fry on Saturday, July 25 from noon to 4 p.m. at Lienbach Shelter on 3511 Sally Kirk Road. Meal tickets are $10 per person with discount options available. All proceeds will go to the IDR. For tickets contact the Rev. Willard Bass at 240-751 5000 or 336-671-8226, or come to the IDR office at Green Street . United Methodist Church on 639 S. Green St. Elder State, Elder Planning Workshop Vance Parker, a local elder law and estate plan ning attorney, will host six free workshops in July and August at the Shepherd's Center of Kernersville, located at the Kernersville Public Library, at 130 E. Mountain Street in Kernersville. On Tuesday, July 28, the Estate Planning for People With Special Needs is at 7 p.m., and Estate Planning to Protect Families is at 8 p.m.; on Tuesday, August 18, the Perils of Dying Without a Will is at 7 p.m., and Preventing Elder Financial Abuse is at 8 p.m.; and on Tuesday, August 25, the Protecting Your Digital Assets is at 7 p.m., and Protecting Gifts to Your Heirs is at 8 p.m. Admission is free, but reservations are recom mended. For more infor mation email office@vpar or call 336 768-0481 to reserve a place. New Volunteer Training Hospice of Davidson County needs additional volunteers and scheduling a training session for new volunteers from Tuesday, July 28 to Thursday, July 30 from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. at the Administra tive Building on 200 Hospice Way in Lexington. Applications are available online at For more information call Sumiko Harmon at 336 475-5444. A.H. Anderson Class of 1970 reunion The 1970 Class of A.H. Anderson High School will celebrate its 45th reunion at the McNeil Ballroom at the Anderson Center on the campus of Winston-Salem State University on Saturday, Aug. 1. The evening will include: a "meet and greet" rolling reception/registration; a tour of the Anderson Center; recognition of for mer faculty and staff; din ner and dancing with music provided by Keith Byrd. Class members will join in worship on August 2 at Wentz Memorial United Church of Christ. The registration fee is $55/person until July 10, $65 per person through July 24, and $75 until the day of the event. Make checks payable to A.H. Anderson Class of 1970 and mail to 4120 Sewanee Drive, Winston Salem, NC 27106, or pay online by registering at http://www.ahanderson 19 All Anderson alumni who wish join in this celebra tion can find more infor mation by registering at http://www.ahandersonl9 or by contacting Wayne Ledbetter at 336-924 5910. Community Briefs N.C. Highway Patrol promotes first black male telecom shift supervisor The N.C. Highway Patrol has promoted its first African-American male telecommunications shift supervisor in its 86-year history. Cedric L. Thomas of Winston-Salem was pro moted on July 6 and will be stationed at the Troop E. Communications Center in Salisbury. Thomas is a graduate of RJ Reynolds High School Class of 1989 and has Thomas Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Criminal Justice from Saint Leo University in Florida. "I am humbled by this promotion and take no cred it for my accomplishments because God deserves all the credit," Thomas said. Thomas has been married to Stephanie Dyan Thomas for 28 years and has two children, Courtney Thomas, 19 and Gavin Thomas 10, who reside in Historic Ardmore of the city. Thomas and his family attend Agape Faith Church in Clemmons, where J.B. Whitfield is the founder/senior pastor. Magna Cum Laude graduate of Virginia Commonwealth Stuart D. Cooke III graduated magna cum iaude recently from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Sciences with an emphasis in Operations Research. He also received the Paul Minton Graduating Senior Award and Dean's Scholar Award. Cooke has received a full scholarship to attend Virginia Tech for his master's degree and a scholarship from the Department of Defense. Cooke Cooke is the son of Stuart and Wanda Cook of Hampton, Virginia, and the grandson of the late Christine Cooke of Louisa, Virginia. Cooke is also the grandson of Stuart and Mittie Cooke of Winston Salem. Donald R. Hum f ? 1 BANKRUPTCY ?g*l Help Fof Your (MX PraMwiM DONALD R. BUIE, Attorney At Law Tbt Law (Mlict of Ikiaald K. Bolt n ? trdrralh designated Dtbl Relief Agency undtr Til It II tailed SUlt* Codt Strlion 528(a). Wt kelp pro pit (Ut for bankruptcy rrUtfaadtrlhr bankruptcy codt. * Frw Initial Consultation 11 \ 1 1QO * Stop Repumtssitin & Forcctwiure / / ??" U/O 8 W. 3rd SL, Ste. 100 FOUNTAIN VIEW SKIN4CARE 5aul D. Wortman, MD Board Certified in Dermatology ^Ta9ffF3STHff?5 Complementary/Alternative Treatment for Disorders of Skin, Hair and Nails 4680 Brownsboro Road ? Ste B Winston-Salem, NC 27106 Tel (336) 893-8423 ? The only dermetologiet In North Wineton. WE WELCOME NEW PAflENTS ? ?MCMU ?NNXanntftiKM ? 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