Today is Singles Awareness Day
When you live life single, you have more time to take care of yourself, foster personal relationships that are important to you, and focus on other priorities that will help you grow as a person.
“Seven Scientific Facts That will make you feel better about being Single” https://goo.gl/cp8Rva
The Valentine’s Day ‘scavenger hunt’ at Goodwill locations across the Piedmont was a success on Tuesday!
BTW: Congratulations to Kimberly Crowder (and family) who found the $250 dollar VISA card grand prize at the Goodwill store in Hickory. Kimberly mentioned that her son found the $250 dollar VISA card while trying on
pants 👖 …and he hates trying on pants! I bet Mom is glad that he did!
SOURCE: Goodwill of NWNC http://www.goodwillnwnc.org/shop/
Rumor has it? Actually, a German shepherd named ‘Rumor’ has become America’s top dog. She was picked as best in show at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club on Tuesday night. There were nearly 2,800 dogs entered the canine competition. Rumor beat out a Norwegian elkhound, a Pekingese, a miniature poodle, an Irish setter, a boxer and a Norwich terrier in the final.
Rumor became just the second German shepherd to win the nation’s most prestigious award. SOURCE: ESPN https://goo.gl/bYQkDQ
Wanna know more about computers?
The Shepherd’s Center /Winston-Salem is offering the ‘ABCs of Computers’
over the next several Wednesdays (FEB 15 + 22). The classes will be offered from 2-4pm at the Goodwill Headquarters on University Parkway. (336) 748-0217
A Greensboro toddler is in serious condition after being attacked by two dogs, both pit bulls, in his backyard Tuesday morning. The toddler was taken to Baptist Children’s Hospital. The dog that attacked the child was shot and killed by police. A second dog was captured and later euthanized “because of the vicious nature of the attack…”
Good News: The 19-month-old toddler is expected to recover from his injuries. The investigation is ongoing. https://goo.gl/fCZ7mi
Post-Valentine’s Celebration Dinner / Hosted by Energize Ministries
Open to the first 25 Senior Pastors and their wives who register!
Details: Lexi’s Place (Lexington) this Thursday (Feb 16) @ 6pm
This is a FREE event, but registration is required.
You still have time to (early) register for the NCHE annual Homeschool Convention. A family pass is only $65 dollars thru February 23. The annual statewide convention happens May 25-27, 2017 at the Benton Convention Center in downtown Winston-Salem. www.nche.com
Veterans Coffee event this Thursday.
New location: PDQ Restaurant on Harvey Street in Winston-Salem.
This Thursday (Feb 16) from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
The veterans coffee events provide an opportunity for veterans, both men and women, to relax, connect with other veterans and enjoy free coffee, doughnuts and conversation.
For more information, call Don Timmons at (336) 331-1309. https://goo.gl/GKWkFi
Hosted by Hospice & Palliative CareCenter and Rowan Hospice & Palliative Care.
FREE gardening classes. Sponsored by the Kernersville Seventh-Day Adventist’s healthy ministry team. Dates: Feb. 19, 26 and March 5 from 3- 5pm.
The classes will be taught by master gardeners: David Wells and Karen Berger. Topics will include soil, diseases, where to order inexpensive seeds and how to build grow boxes. The classes will be held at Tri-City Christian Academy on Clinard Farms Road, High Point. https://goo.gl/OWQx7z
Tours at the White House will resume on March 7.
To take a Free tour of the public areas, requests for a ticket must be submitted through your member of Congress. The tours are self-guided, generally running from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays (excluding Federal holidays). https://goo.gl/PIu7GB
Hiding devices in lights and ID badges, your boss can legally track you everywhere but the bathroom.
New Office Sensors Know When You Leave Your Desk
For example: One security company ‘Enlighted’ has installed sensors that collect data at more than 350 companies, including 15% of the Fortune 500.
They’re hidden in lights, ID badges, and elsewhere, tracking things such as conference room usage, employee whereabouts, and even how long someone goes without speaking to another co-worker.
-Legally speaking, U.S. businesses are within their rights to track employees.
“Employers can do any kind of monitoring they want in the workplace that doesn’t involve the bathroom…as long as the data is kept anonymous…?
says Lewis Maltby, president of the National Workrights Institute.
A majority of U.S. workers the Pew Research Center surveyed last year said they’d tolerate surveillance and data collection in the name of safety.
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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