Monday, August 18, 2014
Reminder: The Hanesbrands Annual Sample Sale starts tomorrow
at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Education Building. August 19-23
FREE ADMISSION AND FREE PARKING AT GATE 5 (OFF DEACON BLVD)
*Nearly 16 truckloads of underwear and active wear will be available for purchase
The sale runs Tuesday through Saturday… http://wsfairgrounds.com/ai1ec_event/hanesbrands-3-2/
Nine year old CJ Burford, from Walkertown, is gearing up for his bike ride across America. The ride (from California to Florida) starts September 1st. CJ will be raising money for the National Children’s Cancer Society. Pray, partner and donate at http://lovefar.org/crosscountry2014.html WBFJ Radio
**CJ and (mom) Katie stopped by the WBFJ Morning Show on Monday to give us an update.
Big Announcement: WBFJ artists at the Dixie Classic Fair
Colton Dixon + Jamie Grace at the grandstand on Wednesday, October 8th
The Dixie Classic Fair runs October 03 – 12, 2014 http://www.dcfair.com/
EARLY taste of Fall? While Autumn doesn’t officially start until late September,
Starbucks is bringing back its Pumpkin Spice Latte NEXT Monday (Aug 25)
FYI: Too hot outside, you can always get it ‘iced’… http://goo.gl/NyDwFl
Winston-Salem Open – Top seed John Isner will play his first match Tuesday evening. Isner, a native of Greensboro and fan favorite, won the first two Winston-Salem Open events. The WS Open continues thru Saturday. (AUG 23) “Big time tennis, served Southern style at Wake Forest University”. http://www.winstonsalemopen.com/
The governor of Missouri is sending in the National Guard, because of the ongoing ‘unrest’ in Ferguson, after a teen was shot by police over a week ago. Schools in Ferguson – a suburb of St Louis – are closed today…
Bidding war: Dollar Tree (and now Dollar General) both have bids on the table to buy Family Dollar stores. http://goo.gl/L8EFQ7
Prayer concern: Elizabeth Vargas (co-anchor of ABC’s 20/20) checked herself back into a rehab center over the weekend. The 51 year old News reported, wife and mother spent several weeks in a alcohol treatment facility last fall. http://goo.gl/JDNs7O
Home schooling continues to grow in North Carolina.
New figures estimate that there are more Homeschool students than private school students across the state. There were close to 61,000 home schools (with over 98,000 home-school students) in the 2013-14 school year…with a 27% increase from two years ago. Home schooling has steadily risen in North Carolina since it was legalized back in 1985 by the state Supreme Court.
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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