Spring Job Fair this Thursday in Greensboro…George Beverly Shea passes after a brief illness…”42″ review from Focus on the Family (Headlines for Wednesday)

Spring Job Fair this Thursday in Greensboro…George Beverly Shea passes after a brief illness…”42″ review from Focus on the Family (Headlines for Wednesday)

Triad Careers’ Spring Job Fair:  Noon – 4pm this Thursday (April 18) at the  downtown Greensboro Marriott on Greene street.     FREE event… Call 373-7153 or email careers@news-record.com      http://triadcareers.news-record.com/events

“A Life Well Lived” George Beverly Shea, the booming baritone who sang to millions of people who attended Billy Graham crusades, passed away Tuesday evening following a brief illness. Shea was 104 years young. Bio – George Beverly Shea was born in Winchester, Ontario, Canada, where his father was a Wesleyan  Methodist minister, Shea won a Grammy Award in 1965.  Between Crusade, radio, and television dates in many countries, George Beverly Shea sang at hundreds of concerts and recorded more than 70 albums of sacred music. At age 23, Shea composed the music to one of his best known solos, “I’d Rather Have Jesus.”  (Billy Graham) “I first met Bev Shea while in Chicago when he was on Moody Radio,” said Graham. “As a young man starting my ministry, I asked Bev if he would join me. He said yes. And for over 60 years we had the privilege of ministering together across
the country and around the world. Bev was one of the most humble, gracious men
I have ever known and one of my closest friends. I loved him as a brother.”

One in four individuals between the ages of 44 and 70 considers becoming an
entrepreneur, and small business ownership is a good option. 
The Small
Business Administration (along with AARP) is hosting a special event targeting
the 50 and over crowd, interested in becoming an entrepreneur.  A panel
discussion highlighting successful business owners that started their companies when they were over 50 happens this Thursday (April 18) from noon to 3pm at the Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship on S. Elm Eugene Street in Greensboro. Registration required.  Seating is limited.
http://aarp.cvent.com/SBAGreensboro or call 1-877-926-8300.

Hobby Lobby is expanding in High Point.  The arts and crafts retailer is building
a new store on North Main Street near Lowe’s Home Improvement in High Point, and
is expected to open this Fall.  Check out the Hobby Lobby’s career section:   www.hobbylobby.com/careers/careers.cfm

Five viral stories about the terror attack in Boston…that are NOT true. People
believed cell phone service was shut down by authorities, but it wasn’t.    www.cnn.com/2013/04/16/tech/social-media/social-media-boston-fakes/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

Check out the latest movie review of “42” (the Jackie Robinson movie) from Focus on the Family at www.pluggedin.com

 Book sale going on at the Mt Airy Public Library on Rockford Street.  Wednesday through Saturday.  BTW: Saturday is half price day. (336) 789-5108



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