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Annual Jazz Brunch provides refreshing interlude

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AKA News

From left: Chapter presidents Pam Edwards, Asia Smith, Ann Marie Mingle-Taylor, and Makayla Lorick with Cleo Kitt, the Graduate Advisor.

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MDA Muscle Walk of Roanoke

Register to transform hope into answers for local MDA families!

source site The Muscular Dystrophy Association is bringing strength to life for kids and adults in the Roanoke Valley & SW and Central VA with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases at the 2018 MDA Muscle Walk of Roanoke on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Roanoke College.

watch The annual MDA Muscle Walk is a meaningful way for families, friends, neighbors and local businesses in SW & Central VA to come together to raise critical awareness and funds for muscle-debilitating diseases that severely weaken muscle strength and mobility. Continue reading MDA Muscle Walk of Roanoke

Sisters’ Night Out 2018

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Roanoke Branch Voter Registration

see url source link by Brenda Hale, president The Roanoke Branch NAACP will be having its first ever drive-thru Voter Registration. This endeavor involve the Youth Council and other volunteers throughout the Roanoke Valley. Since the Voting delegates returned from the 109th NAACP Convention held in San Antonio, TX in July they have worked non-stop to register potential voters. National NAACP President Derrick Johnson gave the charge to all delegates to return home and focus on our theme: Defeat Hate-VOTE!” Continue reading Roanoke Branch Voter Registration

Perfecting the Labor of Love . . .

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Labor Day, a public holiday designed in honor of working people, in the U.S. and Canada on the first Monday in September, traditionally marked with family picnics and other outings, is becoming increasingly marred throughout the nation and the world with fires, floods and various forms of warring mentality headlining the news at home and abroad, including the closely associated “911” attacks. Continue reading Perfecting the Labor of Love . . .