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The Guy from Oz

    The Guy from Oz

The Guy from Oz

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Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises over $80,000

    Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises over $80,000

Hundreds of local residents walked “virtually” to raise over $80,000 in the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which occurred on Oct. 3.

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How COVID-19 changed my life

    How COVID-19 changed my life

How COVID-19 changed my life

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The Writer’s Corner: Go Put On Something Else

    The Writer’s Corner: Go Put On Something Else

The Writer’s Corner: Go Put On Something Else

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Winston-Salem Writers and Bookmarks launch 2020 Flying South with readings by selected authors

  Winston-Salem Writers and  Bookmarks launch 2020 Flying South with readings by  selected authors

Winston-Salem Writers and Bookmarks launch 2020 Flying South with readings by selected authors

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Virginia Newell turns 103

  Virginia Newell turns 103

Virginia Newell turns 103

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Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘I’d rather be blind, because it made me a better person’

  Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘I’d rather be blind, because it made me a better person’

Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘I’d rather be blind, because it made me a better person’

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Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘I’ve always had the heart to help the underserved populations.’

  Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘I’ve always had the heart to help the underserved populations.’

Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘I’ve always had the heart to help the underserved populations.’

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Pointer Study hopes to show healthy lifestyle changes can lead to less memory loss as we age

  Pointer Study hopes to show healthy lifestyle changes can lead to less memory loss as we age

Pointer Study hopes to show healthy lifestyle changes can lead to less memory loss as we age

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The little things go a long way

  The little things go a long way

Senior Services’ Home Care department is dedicated to providing quality, professional, and compassionate care to older adults who experience difficulty addressing the activities of daily life – such as bathing, dressing, eating, and preparing meals, and who need assistance to remain in their homes, living independently, with dignity and purpose. Pam Williams has been a part of Senior Services’ Home Care team, delivering that type of special care for the past 20 years.

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