Callahan’s Auto Service Center – Focused On Treating Customers Like Family

Callahan’s Auto Service Center – Focused On Treating Customers Like Family Callahan’s Auto Service Center, located at 2926 Battleground Avenue, Greensboro, always puts the customer first, treating them like family. Billy and Debbie Callahan are the proud owners, opening in August 2013, keeping it local. Billy grew up around the automotive business in his Father’s station. The Callahan’s take pride in their experienced staff offering customized solutions to meet customer needs. Personalized services include auto repairs of all kinds, tune ups, oil changes, brakes, air conditioning, and much more. The only exclusions are exterior body work or alignments. Callahan’s Auto
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Take A Seat For Chairity: Benefiting Next Step Ministries

Take A Seat For Chairity: Benefiting Next Step Ministries For the third year, the Chairity fundraiser is looking for artists to make or up-cycle old chairs and create “Art Chairs” to be auctioned to benefit Next Step Ministries on September 30, 2017. “We want to help Next Step Ministries while creating an event that involves the Arts and the whole community. Over the years, we have had the support and donations of an amazing group of artists.” said organizer and Eclection owner, Chris Federico. Artist sign up ends August 31st and the “Art Chairs” are due September 21st. From September
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American Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibition (Celebrating 150th Anniversary)

American Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibition (Celebrating 150th Anniversary) May 12th – July 15th The American Watercolor Society, based in New York City, is one of the oldest and most prestigious art societies in the world. Indeed, election to the Society as a Signature Member is one of the most sought-after honors in the painting world. AWS Membership comprises many of the greatest names in painting throughout the Society’s history and includes (to name drop a few) the American impressionist Childe Hassam, regionalists Edward Hopper and Charles Burchfield, plus virtually every member of the important “California School” of watercolorists, and everyone
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Eclection in Kernersville features local artists: Jodie Crandall… Jewelry Artist/Philosopher

Eclection in Kernersville features local artists: Jodie Crandall… Jewelry Artist/Philosopher By Gary Jacques Jodie Crandall, a jewelry artist for 4 ½ years with a wonderful life philosophy, has found her niche at Eclection in Kernersville. Jodie started working with individual jewelry by learning about vintage designers. “It’s engaging to put historical things together.” Crandall is originally from Michigan and came to North Carolina with her family.  She bought and owned a restaurant that closed in 2008.  Jodie was a manager at Green Valley Grill in Greensboro. She also had a successful career in fund development in the non-profit sector. The mother
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