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New children’s book published

Carolyn D. Crenshaw

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Jefferson College of Health Sciences celebrates Spring Commencement

source The commencement is scheduled for the second consecutive year in Elmwood Park’s Amphitheater on Friday, May 8, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Jefferson College students on the master’s, bachelor’s and associate degree levels will accept their diplomas and become alumni of the College during the event. These students will graduate from 14 different academic programs at the College. Jefferson College is proudly hosting this event at Elmwood Park, across Elm Street from its campus at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital. Continue reading Jefferson College of Health Sciences celebrates Spring Commencement

Annual Blue Ridge Kite Festival

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Conference sheds much needed light on diversity

Jerel Rhodes, guidance counselor at Forest Park school talks about his Renaissance Academy and winning financial support at the recent Big Lick Soup Project (BLSP). Brad Stevens, project representative stands in background.
Jerel Rhodes, guidance counselor at Forest Park school talks about his Renaissance Academy and winning financial support at the recent Big Lick Soup Project (BLSP). Brad Stevens, project representative stands in background.

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here A mini-conference billed as “Winter X” was held Friday, March 20 in the ballroom of Patrick Henry Hotel in downtown Roanoke. The well-attended daylong event hosted by CityWorks Xpo originator Ed Walker was an offshoot of the 4-day conference held annually in October for several years.  Continue reading Conference sheds much needed light on diversity

Two-day celebration honors LAHS legacy

Groundbreaking: (from left) Lois Bond-Booker, Delois Broady, Charles Day, former LAHS principal; Louise Bond-Cheatham, Roanoke City School Superintendent Dr. Rita Bishop, Gloria Manns, Robert Johnson, principal, Lucy Addison Middle School; Don Shovely and Joseph Hancock at the LAHS Monument Wall groundbreaking ceremony.
Groundbreaking: (from left) Lois Bond-Booker, Delois Broady, Charles Day, former LAHS principal; Louise Bond-Cheatham, Roanoke City School Superintendent Dr. Rita Bishop, Gloria Manns, Robert Johnson, principal, Lucy Addison Middle School; Don Shovely and Joseph Hancock at the LAHS Monument Wall groundbreaking ceremony.

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The Lucy Addison Bulldog spirit was alive and thriving as alumni of the historic high school gathered for a two-day celebration in honor of one of Roanoke’s grand matriarchs of education, Miss Lucy Addison. Continue reading Two-day celebration honors LAHS legacy