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G.W. Carver celebrates 15th joint reunion

Reunion (from left): George Clemons, with GWC alumni: Cedonia Hughes, Harrilene Shackelford, Marylen Harmon, Elizabeth Taylor, Jean Green, Andre Peery and Betty Fennell at the Carver reunion.
Reunion (from left): George Clemons, with GWC alumni: Cedonia Hughes, Harrilene Shackelford, Marylen Harmon, Elizabeth Taylor, Jean Green, Andre Peery and Betty Fennell at the Carver reunion.

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go site George Washington Carver (GWC) and Roanoke County Training School (RCTS) students celebrated a joint reunion over the weekend of August 7–9 at the Sheraton Hotel off Hershberger. The first reunion of Carver High students (aka the “Eagles”) was celebrated in 1976. Continue reading G.W. Carver celebrates 15th joint reunion

Shiloh Baptist Men’s Ministry tees off at Charity Golf Tournament

Winners (from left): lst place: First Team Auto Mall, Mark Pinkard, Bill Ferguson, Randy Waldron and Jordan Pinkard.
Winners (from left): lst place: First Team Auto Mall, Mark Pinkard, Bill Ferguson, Randy Waldron and Jordan Pinkard.

source url Men’s Ministry of Shiloh Baptist Church held its 4th Annual Charity golf tournament Saturday, Aug. 8 at Botetourt Country Club.  It was a great day of fellowship, good food and great competition.

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Things to do in Roanoke

Kamila Love in her new sari won at the Indian Festival held in Elmwood Park downtown.
Kamila Love in her new sari won at the Indian Festival held in Elmwood Park downtown.

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womans levitra tablets Ever since I got to Roanoke, I heard several young people say, “There’s nothing to do here.” Unfortunately it seemed like what they were saying was true. No, that can’t be true! I’m here to prove them wrong!

click On August 15, I was going to the library when the sound of exotic music was coming from behind the library. Duh! I did remember seeing a sign about an Indian Festival a few days earlier. So I reluctantly went to check it out, only reluctant because I wasn’t sure if there was an admission fee. Not reluctant about anything else, I like to think of myself as an adventurer. Continue reading Things to do in Roanoke

The Cohousing Trend: A new approach to housing in south-western Virginia and across the nation

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Roanoke, VA — The future residents of the Jubilee Cohousing project, located in Floyd Virginia, are sponsoring a public presentation on the growing Cohousing trend that is taking root across the country and the region.  This free event will take place 10-11:30 AM on August 29 at the Co-Lab on Grandin Road in Roanoke and is a great opportunity for area residents to learn more about this new approach to creating vibrant, safe and sustainable neighborhoods, often called the “new old-fashioned neighborhood of the future.”  Continue reading The Cohousing Trend: A new approach to housing in south-western Virginia and across the nation

Perfecting the divine art of consultation

With the ever increasing sophistication of social media and its many dimensions and affiliates, how foreign must be the concept of consultation at a period of time when personal conversation is becoming non-existent, starting within homes where each occupant communicates through individual types of mobile phones from earliest childhood. Through such societal advancement(?) the art of mere conversation has become extinct with family members constantly scurrying in all directions, gathering at dining tables, the former single opportunity for family conversation, only on holidays or other special occasions. Continue reading Perfecting the divine art of consultation