Days away from the start of the Dixie Classic Fair. Save now: Advance tickets are on sale now thru this Thursday, Sept 27th
OPERATION NORTH STATE
*The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds and the Carolina Thunderbirds have partnered with Operation North State to help storm victims in eastern North Carolina.
You can donate: Non-Perishable food items, toiletry items and cleaning supplies TODAY (SEPT 24) from 11 am – 1 pm at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex,
…off Deacon Blvd. in Winston-Salem.
Accessibility into Eastern NC is still limited. Operation North State has set up distribution of goods through the NC National Guard. Find out more: http://www.operationnorthstate.com/
“See you at the Pole” 2018 The annual student-led prayer event ‘See You at the Pole’ happens this Wednesday. This year’s theme is ‘Broken’ based on Ephesians 3:14 “I fall on my knees before the Father…”
FYI: The Claim Your Campus App is available for AFTER the See You At The Pole event on Wednesday. An APP for middle school & high school students equipping and encouraging them to to pray for change once a week on their campus. www.syatp.com
The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board of Education is expected to vote on a one-time bonus for teachers on Tuesday. Winston-Salem /Forsyth County Schools – the fourth-largest public school district in North Carolina – ranks 26th in the state in average teacher supplements.
The Broad Street bridge over Business 40 is no more, with demolition work completed Sunday. -NC DOT
$5.99 original glazed at Krispy Kreme…
Carolina Panthers get a win over the Bengals 31-21
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz is praising God and thanking everyone for their prayers following successful breast cancer surgery. Read more from CBN News
Hurricane Florence continues to cause problems down East.
NC DOT Travel updates: I-40 remains closed from Hwy 41 (Exit 385) to Wilmington.
Travel in much of southeastern NC is still affected by flooding…but…
Good news: All of I-95 is now open in through North Carolina. https://tims.ncdot.gov/tims/
*100 Local Volunteers needed: The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Love Out Loud is asking for 100 volunteers to clean up debris in the flood-ravaged areas in Eastern North Carolina. Volunteers are needed with skills in carpentry, construction, general maintenance, medical assistance, spiritual counseling, landscaping and house cleaning. Volunteer and Donation Details: www.loveoutloudws.com/disaster-relief
Samaritan’s Purse: Flood Relief Volunteer Opportunities in New Bern, Jacksonville and Wilmington. Details now: https://www.spvolunteer.org/
Blood donors needed: Call 1- 800 – RED CROSS
Find a donation location: www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive
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A section of North Broad Street is closed due to a gas leak. The road will remain closed until the gas line is repaired -according to fire officials. https://www.journalnow.com/news/local/gas-line-under-repair-on-north-broad-street/article_85cf99ce-9d79-5d57-9263-b8ead93e0f5d.html
TIP: Depending on the time of year, your ceiling fan should rotate in a different direction.
Summer = Counter clockwise: In the summer, your ceiling fan is meant to cool, so you’ll want it to push air down. This forces the airflow to hit you directly. So, the ceiling fan should be rotating in a counter-clockwise direction.
BTW: A downward draft from a ceiling fan can make you feel up to 8 degrees cooler.
Winter = Clockwise: In the winter, you want a warming effect, you should switch the direction of the fan to clockwise, forcing the warm air near the ceiling (remember, heat rises) back down. https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-use-ceiling-fan/
Is your car approaching 100,000 miles and maybe you’re looking toward 200,000? Consider these tips to help keep your car on the road
- Drive calmly.Aggressive driving, hard stops and starts, and rapid accelerating or decelerating may hurt your fuel economy, and also adds unnecessary wear and tear to your car. Rough driving may somewhat mimic stop-and-go city driving, which can put extra strain on your vehicle’s suspension and engine. Curbing your need for speed may help keep your car running longer.
- Keep it clean.A good wash will not only help your car sparkle, but it will also remove excess road debris like tar and salt. This is especially important during winter months when salt residue from wintry roads may cause undercarriage corrosion. Regular waxing helps protects the paint job and can help resist rust.
- Don’t ignore the check engine light. Some divers can end to overlook when their, check engine lightturns on. If you have an older car, it’s especially important to get your vehicle checked out right away. It may be indicative of a serious problem with the transmission, timing belt or engine. Prompt attention can save you the headache and expense of a major problem that could’ve been resolved sooner. https://blog.allstate.com/high-mileage-cars-200000-is-the-new-100000/
The Weatherization Assistance Program helps low income, elderly, or disabled residents in seven counties in the Piedmont Triad (including Forsyth, Davidson, Guilford and Randolph) save energy and reduce their utility bills by improving energy efficiency. Apply today for the Piedmont Triad Regional Council’s Weatherization Program at www.ptrc.org. Questions? Call (336) 904-0300.
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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