HOSPICE of DAVIDSON COUNTY TO HOST THE PLAIDS AT WEATHERVANE WINERY

HOSPICE of DAVIDSON COUNTY TO HOST THE PLAIDS AT WEATHERVANE WINERY, MAY 18 Hospice of Davidson County will host The Plaids Saturday, May 18 at Weathervane Winery. Playing a host of hits from the 70s, 80s and 90’s, The Plaids will begin at 7 p.m. Individual concert tickets are available now and at the door for $25 per person and $45 for two. A VIP table runs $500 and includes eight tickets, two VIP parking passes, three gourmet charcuterie board baskets and three bottles of wine. A portion of each ticket is tax deductible. Also available for pre-purchase and at
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2019 American Cancer Society Relay for Life

2019 American Cancer Society Relay for Life   The 2019 Relay for Life of Guilford County will be held Friday, May 17th at Western Guilford High School. This event is the signature fundraiser of the American Cancer Society. It is also the biggest fundraising event in the country. Members of the community come together for one night of remembering and celebrating those who have been touched by cancer. Teams are formed, and fundraising takes place to raise money and awareness for cancer research. Last year, Relay for Life raised over $173,000 in Guilford County. The event will begin with an
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The Big Sip Beverage Festival Returns with the Distillers Association of NC!

The Big Sip Beverage Festival and Chili/Stew Cook Off Returns with the Distillers Association of NC! November 11th, 2018 (1-6p) www.BigSipFest.com by Timothy G Beeman II You heard that right, folks! On Sunday, November 11, “The Big Sip,” the fantastic North Carolina beverage showcase, is back again. This past February’s event sold out, that is 1500 tickets, in just 45 minutes. This November’s ticket count will cap at 2000. And, of course, that means you must get your tickets early. This month, The Big Sip is teaming up with the Distillers Association of North Carolina (DANC) to bring you the
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GSO Run/Walk for Autism at Jaycee Park, Supports Programs to Help Local Families, and Celebrates it’s 10th Year

The GSO Run/Walk for Autism at Jaycee Park, Supports Programs to Help Local Families, and Celebrates it’s 10th Year EJ Clay is about to turn 10. He loves puzzles, bubbles, music, anything outdoors, and most of all, basketball. “EJ loves to play basketball,” said his mom, Cecily Shropshire, explaining that he is tall for his age. “They call him the little LeBron.” He’s also very funny and is often the class clown, she said. Just two years ago, EJ, was mostly nonverbal. “He couldn’t really express what he wanted,” his mom said. He had been diagnosed with autism when he
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