• 66°

Lesmez graduates from Capstone

Angela Lesmez, who has completed the residential program at Capstone Recovery Center, was honored at a graduation celebration on Saturday.
Dr. Shirley R. Luckadoo, the chair of the Board of Directors, spoke at the ceremony about planting deep roots to stand firm as the winds of the world will blow. Jerry Chandler, the vice chair of the board, congratulated Angela for the amazing way she was able to complete the program.
Dr. Oscar Ramirez, counseling director, spoke of maintaining healthy boundaries and continuing to make good choices.
Angela is now working and volunteering as one of the youth leaders at Trading Ford Baptist Church.
Capstone Recovery Center provides a safe environment for women whose lives have been devastated by substance abuse and have a desire for a radically new life. They are located at 418 W. Innes St.
Capstone Recovery Center has received financial funding from the Rowan County United Way, The Blanche & Julian Robertson Family Foundation, The Salisbury Community Foundation, The Margaret C. Woodson Foundation and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Foundation.
For further information, please contact the Executive Director, Miriam Ramirez, at 704-749-0797 or capstonerecovery@aol.com.

Comments

Landis

Landis approves new land development ordinance, zoning map

Landis

Landis approves body camera, stun gun purchase for public safety officers

Crime

One charged, another dead on sheriff’s most wanted list

Crime

No injuries after car shot eight times on Old Concord Road

Education

RSS talks first steps for new federal relief totaling $66 million

China Grove

Gary’s Barbecue staff, customers look back at 50 years

News

Salisbury Lions Club names Person of the Year, Lion of the Year at 78th annual banquet

Education

Student COVID-19 numbers show first decline since plan A

High School

High school golf: Fowler competes in state tournament

News

Amazon announces new distribution center for North Carolina

News

House passes bill to bar Cooper from mandating COVID shot

Coronavirus

Rowan County sees death 302 from COVID-19; Health Department to host final mass vaccine clinic

Ask Us

Ask Us: What happened to work on South Fulton Street home?

Crime

Blotter: Woman says she was shot in hand on Lincolnton Road

Crime

Rowan Sheriff’s Office charges Salisbury man with operating illegal gambling business

Crime

Blotter: Rockwell man arrested on felony drug, breaking and entering charges

Local

Rep. Amber Baker discusses legislative session during Rowan Democrats breakfast meeting

Local

Thousands of locals, out-of-towners gather for a groovy time at annual Hippie Fest

News

N.C. Zoo ready for expansion if lawmakers OK funding

Education

RSS budgeting for tens of millions in federal COVID-19 relief funding

East Spencer

‘Back in full swing’ for the spring: East Spencer community gathers for food, fun and fellowship at Spring Fest

Local

Rowan native Lingle among those honored with NC Military Veterans Hall of Fame induction

Business

Former pro baseball player, Tar Heel standout Russ Adams finds new career with Trident Insured

Education

Profoundly gifted: Salisbury boy finishing high school, associates degree at 12