Bender’s Tavern: Little Pink Houses of Hope, a Week of No Worries

Little Pink Houses of Hope is a national breast cancer nonprofit organization that is based in Alamance County, North Carolina. The founder Jeanine Patten-Cobel is a Stage 3 Breast Cancer Survivor.     The Little Pink Houses of Hope provides something no other organization in the breast cancer community does – week long free vacations for patients and their families.  They believe a cancer diagnosis does not just affect the patient, but the entire family. Every retreat is designed to help families relax, reconnect and rejuvenate during the cancer journey. Typically 10 families are chosen and then get together at
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Gavin’s Gang Walks for Resources and Awareness – Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism

Gavin’s Gang Walks for Resources and Awareness – Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism Gavin Beale didn’t say his first word and screamed in frustration until after his third birthday. From the time he was about 10 months old, his parents, Jenny and Jason Beale of Greensboro, were very concerned about him. “It was a very dark time because we didn’t know what was going on with him,” said his mother, Jenny. “I knew in my heart of hearts that something wasn’t quite right.” Gavin didn’t enjoy books or do many of the things his older brother, Owen, had done at the same
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WS Dash FOUNDERS CLUB AT BB&T BALLPARK RENAMED FLOW CLUB

For Immediate Release Contact: Brian Boesch Phone: (330) 321-3795 FOUNDERS CLUB AT BB&T BALLPARK RENAMED FLOW CLUB FLOW AUTOMOTIVE COMPANIES, DASH EXPAND PARTNERSHIP WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (April 18, 2016) – The Winston-Salem Dash are proud to announce that Flow Automotive Companies is the new naming rights partner for the Founders Club at BB&T Ballpark. The “Flow Club” opened to guests this past Thursday for the Dash’s home opener. The Flow Club is a 5,000 square foot, air-conditioned VIP area inside BB&T Ballpark that features an upscale buffet, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, at every Dash home game. Flow Club Memberships are available
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Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism and the High Point University men’s lacrosse team

Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism and the High Point University men’s lacrosse team The High Point University men’s lacrosse team has quickly established a winning tradition in the first four years of its existence, but for Triad families with autism, some of the team’s off-the-field stats are what make the players outstanding: •    4 years of participating in the Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism as a team •    56 lacrosse players ran last year •    $7,291 raised since 2011 The team has become a familiar sight at the annual fundraiser for the Autism Society of North Carolina. The players come straight from
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