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Friedberg Moravian’s organ getting upgrade

    Friedberg Moravian’s organ getting upgrade

Friedberg Moravian Church in Winston Salem is sporting a pair of beautiful new organ pipes that were recently installed, the first GLASS organ pipes in the world in a congregational setting.

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80th Eastern Region Anniversary Conference of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. held virtually

    80th Eastern Region Anniversary Conference of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. held virtually

80th Eastern Region Anniversary Conference of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. held virtually

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Lloyd Presbyterian celebrates 150th anniversary

    Lloyd Presbyterian celebrates 150th anniversary

The people of Lloyd Presbyterian Church are celebrating their 150th anniversary. The church was chartered through Yadkin Presbytery in 1870. It began in the Citizen’s Hall schoolhouse where the current church stands today and was once called the Negro Church of Winston.

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Forsyth Technical Community College presents Andrea Drum Kepple with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine

  Forsyth Technical Community College presents Andrea Drum Kepple with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine

Last month, the Forsyth Tech Board of Trustees presented Andrea Drum Kepple with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine – one of the most prestigious awards conferred by the Governor of North Carolina.

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Old Salem Museums & Gardens and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts launch digital series: Exploratorium

  Old Salem Museums & Gardens and the Museum of Early  Southern Decorative Arts launch digital series: Exploratorium

Old Salem Museums & Gardens and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts launch digital series: Exploratorium

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Questions arise amid firing of Parkland basketball coach

  Questions arise amid firing of Parkland basketball coach

The Parkland Mustangs’ basketball team is headed in a new direction after the firing of head coach Travis Holcomb-Faye. Holcomb-Faye spent four years leading the Mustangs, with last year being his most successful with a 22-5 record and a Piedmont Triad 3-A tournament championship.

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Prepare now to vote in November

  Prepare now to vote in November

Here’s a must-do list to prepare for the election

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District leaders weighing options for new Brunson

  District leaders weighing options for new Brunson

District leaders weighing options for new Brunson

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Winston-Salem legend Art Blevins loses battle with cancer

  Winston-Salem legend Art Blevins loses battle with cancer

Known for his kind heart and giving nature, Art Blevins impacted the lives of countless children throughout his nearly 40 years of service in the Parks and Recreation Department. After a brief fight with pancreatic cancer, Blevins passed away last week in hospice care at the age of 62.

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