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September 2, 2015


St. John's Lutheran School: A Focus On Service

The students at St. John’s Lutheran School, where roots run deep in the Ardmore neighborhood of Winston-Salem, are no strangers to serving their community. Excitement is growing as St. John’s administration, teachers and students focus on upcoming community service projects. From environmental stewardship to helping the elderly, the school is incorporating more service opportunities into its curriculum to help students not only learn more about their community, but to take on leadership roles as they learn how they can improve the quality of life for their friends and neighbors.

To learn more visit or call 336-725-1651.

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Have Fun and Keep Kids Safe

The Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma wants you to mark your calendar for a car seat check and bike rodeo! Vestal Buick GMC in Kernersville is hosting a safety event on September 12 from 12-5 pm. Safe Kids and the Kernersville Fire Department will check car seats and help parents with installation. The Winston-Salem Police Department’s bike patrol will lead a bike rodeo for kids from 1-3 p.m. and the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma and Active Routes to School NC will provide bike helmet fittings.

The event takes place at Vestal Buick GMC, 900 Highway 66 in South Kernersville. For more information, visit Childress' website. See you there!


Danny Manning Women's Basketball 101 Clinic

Wake Forest head basketball coach Danny Manning and his staff cordially invite you to join them for the second annual Danny Manning Women's Basketball 101 Clinic on Sunday, Sept. 13, beginning at 5 p.m. at the LJVM Coliseum.

The event includes:
• Instruction on the basic rules and strategies of basketball
• On-court drills led by the Wake Forest coaching staff
• Gift bag
• Hors d'oeuvres served at the conclusion of clinic
• Cash bar with one complimentary drink voucher

The cost of the clinic is $40 per person. Proceeds from the clinic benefit the Wake Forest Baptist Health Brenner Children's Hospital. Click HERE to register online.


This newsletter is sponsored by St. John’s Lutheran School, the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma, and Wake Forest University Athletics.

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