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To counteract avoidable deaths: A spiritual awakening

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watch “Look at us,” Hetrick says from behind his signature round-rimmed glasses. “Look what the dead are telling me. The dead are telling me we have a structural issue within our society. Why are the richest and the freest people in all of history deciding to kill themselves and destroy themselves?” Continue reading To counteract avoidable deaths: A spiritual awakening

Organization receives national recognition

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City Councilwoman Anita Price (center) with Roanoke Valley Chapter, Jack and Jill of America, Inc. members and partners at the annual HBCU College Fair.

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Framework for Valley Metro expansion underway

Valley Metro bus number 91 in route. – Photo by S. Nowlin

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2018 National ACT-SO and 109th NAACP Convention

ACT-SO delegation l-r: Leila Bryant, Gloria Randolph-King, Sheila Herron, Tynajia Smith, Brenda Hale, Cevonte Burwell; back row; Frances Berry, Patrick Curtis, Dawn Bryant and Pamela Burwell.

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WUCA announces annual monetary awards

Fashion Show attendees front row: Carolyn Patterson (Founder) and Brenda Hale; back row – Leonard Jones (aka Coach Jay), Diane Jones and John Lewis.

clomid drug Women United for Community Action held its seventh annual fashion show recently at the Holiday Inn Valley View. The audience was entertained with an inspirational dance performance by the “Unique Lee Divine” dance group. Continue reading WUCA announces annual monetary awards