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Forsyth Tech chosen for national initiative focused on diversity and manufacturing careers

    Forsyth Tech chosen for national initiative focused on diversity and manufacturing careers

Forsyth Tech chosen for national initiative focused on diversity and manufacturing careers

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Black Philanthropy Initiative requests video proposals for Impact Grants program

    Black Philanthropy Initiative requests video proposals for Impact Grants program

The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) is now accepting video applications for its Impact Grants program. BPI’s Impact Grants are investments in local programs, projects, and initiatives that support issues impacting Black communities in Forsyth County.  

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New talent agency will enhance East Winston arts

    New talent agency will enhance East Winston arts

New talent agency will enhance East Winston arts

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Busta’s Event Spotlight of the Week: Plus-size women are embracing their inner queen

    Busta’s Event Spotlight of the Week: Plus-size women are embracing their inner queen

Busta’s Event Spotlight of the Week: Plus-size women are embracing their inner queen

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Are new voting maps illegal? Courts will decide.

    Are new voting maps illegal? Courts will decide.

If you’ve been checking your mailbox daily for your new voter registration card from the Forsyth County Board of Elections, chances are you may have to wait a while longer. 

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Wake Forest University School of Divinity reimagines theological education with $1 million grant

    Wake Forest University School of Divinity reimagines theological education with $1 million grant

Wake Forest University has received a grant of $1 million from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help the Wake Forest University School of Divinity establish new certificate and degree programs in theological education. 

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Senior Services is helping older adults to get creative in 2022

    Senior Services is helping older adults to get creative in 2022

Senior Services will be providing arts classes for seniors at its 2895 Shorefair Drive location in Winston-Salem beginning in January. The nonprofit’s administrative office now includes a Creative Connections Studio to provide space for acting lessons, visual arts classes, and hand drumming lessons.

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Jerry Enos receives Samaritan Ministries’ Good Samaritan Award

    Jerry Enos receives Samaritan Ministries’ Good Samaritan Award

Samaritan Ministries has named Jerry Enos as the recipient of the 2021 Good Samaritan Philanthropy Award. 

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40+ Stage to offer acting classes

    40+ Stage to offer acting classes

40+ Stage Company has scheduled readers’ theater classes for seniors, age 55 and up, with an orientation class at 3 p.m. on Jan. 11 at the Mary Alice Warren Community Center, 440 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd, Lewisville. 

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Senior Games/SilverArts to hold kick off event

    Senior Games/SilverArts to hold kick off event

The City of Winston-Salem’s Recreation Department is gearing up for the 2022 Piedmont Plus Senior Games and SilverArts competitions.

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