Friday, September 26, 2014
The 25th annual Mayberry Days – today through the weekend
Fans of The Andy Griffith Show will ‘invade’ Mt Airy to celebrate all things Mayberry. List of events and happenings: http://www.surryarts.org/mayberrydays/index.html
American Pickers – Producers for History Channel’s American Pickers will be ‘scouting out’ North Carolina including the Triad over the next two weeks.
*The American Pickers (producers) are looking for large collections of unique items, but you must be willing to sell. (NO retail companies or stores)
The show hosts Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz love to scour through barns, basements, attics, sheds and garages to find their next great ‘find’.
Think your ‘collection’ qualifies? Please email or call American Pickers and leave a message. Details on our Facebook / wbfj and the News Blog at wbfj.fm
Are you ready for some fall color?
Fox 8 weather guy Van Denton has calculated a peak color timeline for NC…
The first week of October – Grandfather Mountain and Mt. Mitchell
The second week of October – Boone and Blowing Rock.
The 3rd week of October – Peak color for Asheville
The 4th week of October – Peak color in the Foothills
Pilot Mountain (Surry), Hanging Rock (Stokes), Brushy Mtns (Wilkes County)
*Peak color for the Triad is usually near Halloween.
Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County has found a new ‘home’ off University Parkway. The non-profit organization is buying the Contract Office Furnishings building and warehouse on west 14th Street and hopes to move in by the end of the year. http://www.habitatforsyth.org/
BTW: The new space is not far from Habitat’s ‘new’ ReStore location now open at the corner of Coliseum and University.
Unexpected heroes? Three inmates hope their actions three weeks ago will change the way most people think of ‘inmate’ work crews.
The men, Michael Martin, Ahmad T. Lewis and Cedric Wilson Jr., sprang into action Sept. 4, saving the life of a driver whose pickup truck had caught on fire along I-40 near Kernersville. Martin, Lewis and Wilson were riding in a DOT vehicle to pick up trash along the highway when they saw a truck on fire.
Wilson said he picked up a fire extinguisher while Lewis and Martin raced to the burning pickup.
“I want people to know that just because the vest says ‘inmate’ on the back doesn’t mean we are bad people. We have just made some bad choices and made some bad mistakes. We are trying to change.”
-Michael Martin, one of the inmates. http://goo.gl/4oMMeM
Read the full story on the News Blog or Facebook / wbfj
Thursday’s Topic: Why People Leave their Jobs 09-25-2014
Randy Wooden – Director of the Goodwill Professional Center
Check out Randy’s latest column in the WS Journal on our Facebook page…
http://goo.gl/DqMEua (336) 776-6822
Does your child love to sing?? The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus is inviting students (3rd through 5th grade) who love to sing, an opportunity to join their ‘Fall Forward’ chorus.
This five week ‘introductory’ choral program ‘boot camp’ builds up to a performance on stage with the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus during their Winter Celebration Concert (UNC School of the Arts campus).
No audition is required, just a love of singing!! The deadline for student registration is Friday, Oct 24…
Rehearsals: Tuesdays from 4pm-4:45pm at United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem (beginning Oct 28).
Crosby Scholars program is accepting applications from students in Grades 6 through 10. Students in Forsyth and Rowan counties can apply through October 1st. INFO: www.crosbyscholars.com
September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month
-One in five women are sexually assaulted on campus…
-One in three teens will experience dating violence…
**Learn more about keeping safe on campus (News Blog)
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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