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Women's Quarterly Bible study
The Women's Ministry of Goler
Memorial AME Zion Church, 630
North Patterson Ave., will host the
Quarterly Women's Bible Study on
Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. in the
church sanctuary. The event discussion
will focus on Hagar: Privilege, Power
and the Mission of God. The Bible
study is designed for women, to pro
vide them with spiritual enrichment
and to increase their awareness as well as education of the
similar challenges women of the Bible had in comparison
to today's women. The theme of the Bible study is
"Sistahs On A Mission." The guest facilitator will be
Jamesine T. Ruff, first lady of Goler Metropolitan A.M.E.
Zion Church. The women of the city are invited to attend.
The Rev. Dr. George C. Banks is the pastor. For further
details, contact the church office at 336-724-9411.
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Salem Partnership Fall Meeting
The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership will hold
its fall meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 9,11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.,
with networking from 11-11:30 ajn., at Embassy Suites
Grand Pavilion Ballroom, 460 N. Cherry St. The keynote
speaker is Ethan Kent, senior vice president, Project
Public Spaces. To purchase tickets, go to www.downtown
ws.com. The price for tables of 8 are $450, individual
seats are $45.
Nov. 9 - Shepherd's Center seeks volunteers
The Shepherd's Center, 1700 Ebert St., seeks individ
uals as volunteers to help address the problems of isolation
and lack of social support through the Faith In Action Care
Program. The program consists of home visitation, respite
care, minor home repairs and transportation services for
homebound older adults. Mileage reimbursement will be
provided. Volunteer training will be held on Wednesday,
Nov. 9 at 9:30 p.m. To register, call Drea Parker at 336
748-0217 or email email@example.com.
Nov. 11 & 12 - Community organizing training
The Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods will hold a
Community Organizing 101 two day training at the
Salvation Army, 502 N. Broad St., on Nov. 11 and 12 from
6 to 9 p.m. The training will focus on developing relation
ships with people in the community, and learning the
impact of organizing within a community. Two topics that
will be discussed are effecting change from the inside and
leveraging resources to be successful. Continental break
fast and lunch will be provided. Registration is required.
For more information, visit nbncommunity.org or call
WE ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE.
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All funds raised/proceeds from this event will go toward GACAC Campaign
NWCDC is o 501 (c)3-non-protit organization
Do you have questions about WSTA's new bus routes
that will start on January 2, 2017?
WSTA will host public meetings in November &
December to share information about the new
schedules, bus stop locations & maps.
WSTA customer service representatives will be on
hand to answer your questions about getting from
Point A to Point B on the new routes. We look forward
to seeing you at any of the following locations:
Nov. 10 - MLK Community Center (5-7pm)
Nov. 14 - WR Anderson Community Center (6-8pm)
Nov. 15 - Carl Russell Community Center (6-8pm)
Nov. 21 - Polo Park Community Center (6-8pm)
Nov. 28 - William Sims Community Center (5-7pm)
Nov. 29 - South Fork Community Center (6-8 pm)
Dec. 5 - Transportation Center (9-11 am)
Dec. 5 - Miller Park Community Center (5-7 pm)
Dec. 6 - Georgia Taylor Community Center (5-7pm)
Dec. 7 - Transportation Center (9-llam)
Dec. 8 - Transportation Center (4-6pm)
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