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Renaissance Academy holds Blue Blazer Banquet

CHARACTER: Mentors (from left) Dietric Bundick and Marques Wilson with one of several Renaissance Academy award recipients, Dontese Johnson (center) and academy founder Jerel Rhodes, right. (photos by S. Hale)
CHARACTER: Mentors (from left) Dietric Bundick and Marques Wilson with one of several Renaissance Academy award recipients, Dontese Johnson (center) and academy founder Jerel Rhodes, right. (photos by S. Hale)

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=levitra-dangerous-side-effects Established in 2012, the academy developed for high school students held its annual “Donning of the Blazers Banquet” Friday, July 31 at Charter Hall in Downtown Roanoke. This year Rhodes proudly announced the addition of middle school students bringing the total number of members to 62 strong. Continue reading Renaissance Academy holds Blue Blazer Banquet

Big Lick Concert rocks amphitheater!

Life Ring Foundation hits a high note with ‘Old School’ funksters
Concert MC Kiana Price Wade (center) dances with the Big Lick Summer Concert crowd.
Concert MC Kiana Price Wade (center) dances with the Big Lick Summer Concert crowd.

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best prices on cialis It was a great show for a great cause as Life Ring Foundation presented, Cameo and Morris Day and The Time August 2 at Roanoke’s Elmwood Park Amphitheatre. The event was a collaborative production between Life Ring Foundation and the Jefferson Center. Continue reading Big Lick Concert rocks amphitheater!

Summit empowers local youth and parents

SUMMIT (from left): Myra and son summit volunteer Aaron Dean with Nancy Hans, one of several facilitators at the Youth Summit held at Patrick Henry High School. (photos by S. Hales
SUMMIT (from left): Myra and son summit volunteer Aaron Dean with Nancy Hans, one of several facilitators at the Youth Summit held at Patrick Henry High School. (photos by S. Hales

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ASAE welcomes new Chief Learning Officer

Rhonda Payne
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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=accutane-buy-canada-pharmacy WASHINGTON — ASAE (American Society of Association Executives) is pleased to announce that Rhonda M. Payne, CAE, will become the new Chief Learning Officer. Payne will lead the development of all educational programming for ASAE, including face-to-face events and ASAE University. She will start on August 3. Continue reading ASAE welcomes new Chief Learning Officer

First Geraldine N. Davis Scholarship recipient

PRESENTATION from left: Deaconess Pandora Lewis, Zoe´ Jones, and Reginald Davis.
PRESENTATION from left: Deaconess Pandora Lewis, Zoe´ Jones, and Reginald Davis.

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