Teacher Appreciation Week / Teacher Appreciation Day is this Tuesday (May 3)
“I am sorry. Please forgive me. I love you!” …9 words we should be WILLING to say every day (Pastor Greg Laurie)
Are you addicted to SUGAR? How about a ‘Sweet Retreat”…
Novant Health is offering a FREE 10-day online sugar detox program launching TODAY (May 2). Contact Alice Smith www.novanthealth.org/SweetRetreat
FYI: Just one 12-ounce can of soda contains 39 grams of sugar or a little over nine teaspoons of sugar…your daily allowance of sugar! http://goo.gl/jxltre
Spring Job Fair hosted by Goodwill of NW-NC Tuesday, May 3
Location: Goodwill / 2701 University Parkway, Winston-Salem
TIMES: 9-10am = Veterans only … 10-1pm = Open to everyone
*Positions available range from warehouse to research and development.
Call 336-724-3625 x1216 for more information. http://goo.gl/gWeNGV
National Small Business week is May 1-7
FYI: Small businesses create about two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year. Source: U.S. Small Business Administration
Beware of the monkey bars and swings? The CDC showing that playground concussions are on the rise. Over 200,000 kids on average annually wind up in the ER. More boys than girls get injured on the playground. http://goo.gl/Q6dS40
Would you like to donate items to Brenner Children’s Hospital?
*NEW toys, games, electronics and stuffed animals with the tags still on them.
*Art and craft supplies and wooden items that can be painted are always needed *Gift cards or monetary donations gladly accepted…
*New baby hats of all sizes and colors, for both boys and girls…
Donation Details: Contact Cindy Mahan with the “Child Life Department” at Brenner (336) 713-3085. http://goo.gl/wq8HMv
From Genesis to Revelation: A 90-hour Bible Reading Marathon is taking place outside the U.S. Capitol…leading up to the annual National Day of Prayer *National Day of Prayer (May 5) Theme: “Wake Up America”
“Shout it aloud, do not hold back. Raise your voice like a trumpet.” Isaiah 58:1
Local prayer events posted on our Events page / wbfj.fm
Keep or Shred? How long should I keep personal documents?
Suggestions from the Better Business Bureau’s “Records Retention Schedule”
Canceled checks: seven years / unless they are for important payments such as purchases of property or special contracts, in which case keep them permanently.
Bank statements: three years.
Tax returns and worksheets – permanently.
Payroll stubs: seven years. For a more complete list, go to http://goo.gl/okc4iL
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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