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Roanoke Deltas give life with African water well

Donation: Roanoke Deltas proudly pose with check representing their donation to the Water 4 Children Africa project.
Donation: Roanoke Deltas proudly pose with check representing their donation to the Water 4 Children Africa project.

see url What a journey! In 2007, the International Awareness Committee of the Roanoke Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. voted to raise funds for a Water Well after seeing an article in the Delta Journal. buy viagra overnight delivery Water 4 Children Africa assigned the committee a Well on a schoolyard in Machakos, Kenya and the journey to raise funds began.  Yard sales, raffles, acquistare viagra generico 200 mg a Roma Walk for Water and with the help of the men of the Roanoke Valley several “Chef Cooks-Offs” were held. The chapter also received several generous donations that also helped reach its goal in December 2014. Continue reading Roanoke Deltas give life with African water well

AFT’s Johnson on the passing of Willie Barrow

Rev. Willie Barrow
Rev. Willie Barrow

go site WASHINGTON, DC – Statement from American Federation of Teachers Secretary-Treasurer Lorretta Johnson on the passing of civil and women’s rights icon Rev. Willie Barrow

source url “Today, the AFT mourns the loss of the ‘little warrior’ and civil rights icon Rev. Willie T. Barrow. Rev. Barrow, who broke barriers as an organizer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and as a founding leader of the Rainbow/Push Coalition, was a courageous and staunch advocate for civil rights, economic equality and a fair democracy for all. Continue reading AFT’s Johnson on the passing of Willie Barrow

The Pillowcase Project

pfizer viagra canada Jefferson College of Health Sciences at Carilion Clinic and the American Red Cross (Virginia Mountain Region Chapter) are partnering on The Pillowcase Project, a free event to help children ages 8-11 (grades 3-5) prepare for disasters, such as house fires, floods and tornadoes.

follow The Pillowcase Project will take place on Saturday, March 28, at Jefferson College of Health Sciences, 101 Elm Ave., SE, Roanoke, Registration begins in the third floor lobby at 1 p.m. and the event will run from 2 to 4 p.m. Children will participate in one 45 minute session, with sessions beginning at 2, 3 and 4 p.m.  All children ages 8-11 are welcome at this event! Continue reading The Pillowcase Project

Fleming Colonel’s Theatre Company presents Spring Musical, Leap of Faith

womans levitra tablets Jonas Nightingale and his sister Sam Nightingale and their Angels of Mercy are holding an old Tent Revival and you are invited to attend The Colonel’s Theatre Company production of Leap of Faith!
Love will get you every time…God’s Love and one charismatic con-man who has given up on God, but God has never given up on him, is about to find that out in the “Fresh off of Broadway” Tony nominated inspirational musical, http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=viagra-generico-200-mg-miglior-prezzo-pagamento-online-a-Torino Leap Of Faith.  Based on the film of the same name starring Steve Martin & Debra Winger, in which an unscrupulous faith healer finds unsuspecting love and finally sees the light. Continue reading Fleming Colonel’s Theatre Company presents Spring Musical, Leap of Faith

Jefferson Center gets new marketing manager

click Jefferson Center announced its recent addition to their team to meet the needs of their upcoming performance schedule. Matthew Wirt was tapped as Marketing Manager at the beginning of March, 2015.

source site “I couldn’t be more excited to join this team,” says Wirt. “For a decade, I’ve enjoyed the top notch music and art Jefferson Center brings to the region as an audience member. Now I get to play a hands-on role in putting it all together.”  Continue reading Jefferson Center gets new marketing manager

Cox to donate 100 computers to local students

Clomid contraindications It’s estimated that 76% of K-12 teachers assign Internet-based homework. Where does this leave children who don’t have access to the Internet or a computer at home to complete their homework? Many of those children are simply getting left behind; their graduation rates are 6 to 8 percent lower than similar students who have Internet access at home.  Continue reading Cox to donate 100 computers to local students