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Strong Men and Women in Virginia History Awards

Dr. Beth Brown
Dr. Beth Brown

http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=prezzo-viagra-generico-200-mg-pagamento-online-a-Firenze Dr. Beth A. Brown was one of eight honorees at the 2015 Strong Men and Women in Virginia History Awards program held recently in Richmond, VA. Dr. Brown died in October, 2008. Her award was accepted posthumously by her mother, Ms. Frances Brown.

go to link The event, sponsored by Dominion Resources and The Library of Virginia, highlighted and honored eight native Virginians who have previously or continue to contribute to Black History in Virginia and around the world. Continue reading Strong Men and Women in Virginia History Awards

Roanoke City receives grant

get link A press conference was held in the lobby of the Patrick Henry Hotel, Governor Terry McAuliffe announced the award of a $600,000 Industrial Revitalization Fund Grant to the City of Roanoke. The grant money will be used to create a regional business accelerator in the former Gill Memorial Hospital Building at 711 South Jefferson Street in downtown Roanoke. The city will acquire the building in a creative property exchange with Carilion Services, Inc. Continue reading Roanoke City receives grant

Special Enrollment Period for Tax Season

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NAACP Youth Council presents Impactors of Excellence Awards

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=accutane-causing-my-hands-to-rash The Roanoke NAACP Youth Council will present its 2nd Annual Impactors of Excellence Awards program on Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 5:00 PM at Pilgrim Baptist Church. The youth are extremely excited about recognizing and honoring a set of individuals in the Roanoke Valley who have made a positive impact in their lives and those of today’s youth.  Continue reading NAACP Youth Council presents Impactors of Excellence Awards

“FASS” forward to a healthier future

Pickin Produce: (left to right) Chef Laura Pole and  VCE Master Food Volunteers AlMena Hughes and Tracey Giordano examining produce at a local market.
Pickin Produce: (left to right) Chef Laura Pole and VCE Master Food Volunteers AlMena Hughes and Tracey Giordano examining produce at a local market.

see While much of America celebrated Black History during February, one group also explored African heritage as a path to better health in the future. On February 24,12 enthusiastic participants from local churches and organizations began a cooking and cultural curriculum based on the premise that inherently healthy foods are common among people in Africa, the Caribbean, South America and the American South. During the next few weeks, the classmates will learn to use those foods, and to incorporate elements of African heritage, to enhance healthier living. The sessions will be held in space donated at its facility by New Horizons Healthcare, Roanoke. Continue reading “FASS” forward to a healthier future

Towers Shopping Center donates $1,000 to Northside Middle School

PRESENTATION: from left: Cynthia Dix, administration; Tracy Adcock, SPED resource teacher; Lori Wimbush, principal of Northside Middle School; Kelley Short, Manager at Tuesday Morning; Ellen Cleveland, Property Manager at Towers Shopping Center; Regina Bratzler, shopping spree winner; Chris Adcock, 8th grade algebra teacher; Loren Bratzler, husband of winner. 
PRESENTATION: from left: Cynthia Dix, administration; Tracy Adcock, SPED resource teacher; Lori Wimbush, principal of Northside Middle School; Kelley Short, Manager at Tuesday Morning; Ellen Cleveland, Property Manager at Towers Shopping Center; Regina Bratzler, shopping spree winner; Chris Adcock, 8th grade algebra teacher; Loren Bratzler, husband of winner.

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click The donation will be used in part towards a Staff Appreciation ceremony and The School-Wide Discipline Plan program, which promotes good behavior.

http://generic-lasix.com/ “We want to give back to our faculty and staff to show our appreciation for everything they do” said Lori Wimbush, principal at Northside Middle School. “The donation will also be used to reward students that stay out of trouble and lead by good example.” Continue reading Towers Shopping Center donates $1,000 to Northside Middle School