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August 23, 2017

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Imprints Cares Hosts Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

Imprints Cares is continuing the mission of supporting early childhood education and health for vulnerable families and wants to share an opportunity that brings a bigger voice to the community.

Imprints Cares is hosting a lunch and conversation with award-winning journalist, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill on 9/8/17. He will share his NY Times bestseller, Nobody: Casualties of America's War on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond. Dr. Hill is also a BET Host, CNN contributor, and advocate for social justice. They are honored to kick off the discussion around Wake Forest Baptist’s partnership to Imprints Cares: The Pediatric Holistic Health Initiative. Register here.

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Fall Programs at the Greensboro Children's Museum

The GCM has a full line up of programs and events for your entire family. Choices include drop-off programs for your 3-5 year olds; cooking classes for kids, tweens, teens, and adults; Homeschool Day, and more!

Little Sprouts hands-on preschool program for 3-5 year olds starts Sept. 12. Your child will explore The Edible Schoolyard, playing and learning all along the way. Register online today.

Your little kitchen helper will love the Homegrown Chefs Kids Cooking Series for ages 6 - 8 years. Starts Sept. 14. Kids will embark on a food journey in this six-week series at The Edible Schoolyard. Participants will plant and harvest ingredients from the garden and build essential kitchen skills as we learn simple fresh recipes. Register online today.

Check out ALL of the Greensboro Children's Museum's awesome fall programs at www.gcmuseum.com/programs.

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Old North State Council BSA Spotlight Photo for August 2017

Join the Boy Scouts

From Mary Kate Farley, Scouting Mom:

"We’ve been a Scouting family for 20 years. Our four boys have taken different paths to success in Scouting. They have grown in their ability to lead and work with others. Scouting has provided outdoor adventure and life skills. When I asked my boys what Scouting means to them, they said Scouting takes them out of their comfort zone and helps them overcome challenges using their Scouting experiences. As Scouting leaders, my husband and I have watched our boys grow into young men with character and confidence. Scouting helps you get closer to your children."

Join Scouting today! Visit www.BeAScout.org.

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Sponsored by Imprints Cares, Greensboro Children's Museum, and Old North State Council.

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