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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, June 30, 2016, Page B7, Image 17

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phoio Current members of Second Harvest's Triad Community Kitchen pro gram, along with Greg Cox, senior vice presi dent, Bank of America (back left); Clyde Fitzgerald, executive director, Second Harvest Food Bank (front left); ' Derek Ellington, Triad Market president, Bank of America (second from right, front); Stephanie Moser, senior vice presi dent, Bank of America (far right). Bank of America awards $12,000 grant to support Iliad Community SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE On Friday, June 3, Bank of America's Triad Market President, Derek Ellington, awarded Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina a $12,000 grant in sup port of the organization's efforts to connect individuals to workforce development and educational opportunities in the community. The funding allows Second Harvest to con tinue their Triad Community Kitchen program, which empowers unemployed or under employed individuals to achieve their goals of employment and self-sufficiency through culinary training. Since 2Q15, Bank of America has donated more than $30XXX) to Second Harvest, totaling over 200,000 meals for those experiencing food insecurity. Second Spring Arts Festival announces Visual And Literary Arts winners SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Second Spring Arts Festival recently announced the winners of the Visual and Literary Arts competition held during its recent festival. Second Spring Arts Festival is an annual festival whose mission is to showcase creative accomplishments and encourage creative discovery for people 60 and above. The winners are below: ?Best of Show: Don Moore - "Nana's Scrapbook" (oil) ?Fine Art: First Place - Lu Stopkey, "Where First Our Love Did Bloom" (oil); Second Place - Cynthia Moykins, "Above and Below" (ink); Third Place - Susan J. Harris, 'Tranquility" (mixed media) ?Decorative Art: First Place - Herschel T. Lamb, sofa table; Second Place - Robert Belche, fused glass tree; Third Place - Larry Dishon, praying mantis in green ?Literary Arts Competition Superior Literary Achievement - Janet Joyner, "Fire and Ice" Outstanding Verse: Gold - PhylUstine Poole, "Passing Through South Carolina"; Silver - Judie Holcomb-Pack, "The Love Affair"; Bronze - Bill Gramley, "This Morning" Outstanding Essay: Gold - C. Kay Jones, "The Power of My Story"; Silver - Polly Craft, "Lessons Well Learned"; Bronze - Diane Chatham Calaway, "Finding Grandad" Outstanding Narrative: Gold - Helen Walker Webb, "The Porch"; Silver - Janet Joyner, "Ultimate Unction at First Methodist"; Bronze - Bill Gramley, "The Woman Who Tried to Stop Tune" For more information, visit or find us on Face book at springartsfestival. Photo by Tammy Caudill. rEvolutkm beyond advertising Best of Show, Don Moore,"Nona's Scrapbook," Visual Arts Competition. Creative Corridors Coalition names 19 new members, new chair to board of directors SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Creative Corridors Coalition named 19 new members to its board of directors and appointed a new board of advisors at the organization's May 25 board meeting. The new members join existing members of the 50-member board who will provide leadership of the organiza tion as its pivotal trans portation projects along the Business 40 corridors get underway in the coming months. Nine former members of the board of directors were named to a new board of advisors. They include Sandra Boyette, Bill Davis, Stan Kelly, John Larson, Milton Rhodes, Jim Sparrow, James Taylor Jr., Jason Uriel and Randall Tuttle. Kristen Haaf, formerly the project manager for Creative Corridors, was named board chair. Haaf is the owner of Roots First, an environmental design and urban planning studio. She holds a bachelor's degree in environmental policy from Duke University, a master's degree in land scape architecture from N.C. State University, and a master's degree in city and regional planning horn the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other board members elected include: ?Phyllis Alexander Slye, Community volun teer and former campaign" coordinator for Creative Corridors * Kelly Bennett, proj ect planner for the Planning & Developmfent Services Department in Winston Salem and Forsyth County Submitted photo Kristen Hoof, Chair, Creative Corridors Coalition board of directors ? Jason Bush, director of operations for the Ginther Group and profes sional civil engineer ?Diane Caesar, retired executive director of the Delta Arts Center ?Scott Cawood, CEO, CIO and a- principal of Arbor Investment Advisors ?Lila Cruikshank, an integrative health coach for individuals and in the neu robiology department of Wake Forest School of Medicine ?Marina Davis, pro ducer of special projects at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts ?Fleming El-Amin, retired educator and banker, associate consult ant with International Negotiating Consultants ? ?Ann Gauthreaux, regional director of public | relations at Hospice & i Palliative CareCenter ( ?Pam Joyner, Winston Salem Police Department community relations spe cialist 'Richard Maloy, Jr., leads Maloy Risk Services, one of the nation's oldest insurance brokerages 'Wanda Merschei, community volunteer, for mer four-term member of the Winston-Salem City Council and former senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Piedmont Federal Savings Bank ?Scottie Neill, art con sultant and community vol unteer ?Sylvia Oberle, former executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County and former senior vice president of James A. Fyock & Associates 'Garrett Owens, vice president of Winston Salem Business, Inc. 'Michael Suggs, presi dent of Goler Community Development Corporation ?Trent Wall, market president for NewBridge Bank's Winston-Salem market ?Richard Williams^ publisher and editor-in chief of Black Business Ink magazine For more information on the Creative Corridors Coalition and its board of directors, current news, projects and giving oppor tunities visit creativecorri oWeta's Restaurant 102 We*t 3rd Street, Suite Lp5 Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Phone: (336) 750-0811 Open Mon-Fri 11-3 Sunday 12-4 ^^??1 ^1 ^? pmpi ^B I B 1 AI ^fl ^k H |B ?? M ^ a J 11 Ki IJJ I hi*. I LH 11 L*1 I Lit*1\.'J !J IIti I

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