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Annual Spooky Sprint 5K reminder

follow West End Center for Youth will be holding its 5th Annual Spooky Sprint 5k on Saturday, Oct. 31 (Halloween morning)! The event will be held at the Wasena Park Picnic shelter and the racecourse will take part along the Roanoke River Greenway. Runners and walkers are encouraged to participate in this year’s Spooky Sprint 5k. Runners will be timed with awards given for best times in each age range. Continue reading Annual Spooky Sprint 5K reminder

The season of homecomings

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Obamacare makes a difference for breast cancer

African-American women have a lot to gain from the Affordable Care Act

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Domestic Violence Awareness

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