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Assistant Living Grand Opening

Ingram Assistant Living
Ingram Assistant Living

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Noted health advocate to address VA Tech Carilion School of Medicine graduating class

Dr. Louis Sullivan
Dr. Louis Sullivan

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free propecia brand 5mg For more than two decades Sullivan served in crucial leadership positions at the Morehouse School of Medicine, the nation’s first predominantly black medical school. In 1975, he became the founding dean and director of the medical education program at Morehouse College. The Atlanta-based program became the School of Medicine at Morehouse College and was later renamed the Morehouse School of Medicine. Continue reading Noted health advocate to address VA Tech Carilion School of Medicine graduating class

Original stage play “Later for God” inspires and educates

From left: Mary Mack (Aunt Sayrah), Dayunna Penn and Bernadette Jones-Brown in scenes from the play Later, for God. — Photos by Shawn Nowlin
From left: Mary Mack (Aunt Sayrah), Dayunna Penn and Bernadette Jones-Brown in scenes from the play “Later, for God.” — Photos by Shawn Nowlin

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go here Garden of Prayer #7 on Cove Rd., hosted the play–produced and written by Bernadette Jones Brown. This wasn’t a first for Brown who has performed in church plays, Christmas programs and even on Broadway as a soloist. A quintet led by Jamar Preston provided music for the play and Javonda Harris excelled through various voice-overs. Continue reading Original stage play “Later for God” inspires and educates

A DAY OF NON-VIOLENCE MARCH!. . .

TO ALL PASTORS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS:

In grave mutual concern about the violence that is taking place in our neighborhood streets locally and throughout the nation, a proposal is being offered to you.

The fact that many unnecessary lives are being taken violently concerns us all. Crime begets crime and it will continue to spread as long as the world is filled with hatred–a malignant societal cancer.

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Annual Founder’s Day celebration

 The annual Founder’s Day Celebration for Camp Virginia Jaycee, a non-profit organization that provides a recreational and educational experience for individuals with autism or an intellectual disability, was held on Saturday, April 25.

While the morning showers may have impacted the number of attendees, it didn’t dampen the joy that was visible on the faces of all the campers, parents and volunteers that attended to participate in carnival games, arts & crafts, tours and the 1st Annual Duck Race.   Continue reading Annual Founder’s Day celebration