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People & Places Sunday, January 29

Great Women and Men United presents Queens in Training

Queens in Training is an empowerment group for young ladies age 8-17;  women are also welcome. This group is a setting for young teenage girls to be empowered through discussions, trainings, meetings, workshops and programs aimed toward bringing back the essence of being a lady. The fundamentals of lady etiquette will be brought back into the lives of our young ladies in an effort to gear them towards more positive aspects in life.

Held at Rowan Public Library, 201 W. Fisher St., Hurley Room from 6-8 p.m. on Feb. 7 and 14, March 2 and 23, April 4 and 12, May 2 and 23.

If anyone has questions or comments call Chariel Dye (Minnette Smith) (704) at 738-7077.

 

Alpha Pregnancy Spring fundraiser 

LEXINGTON — The Alpha Pregnancy Annual Spring Fundraising Banquet will be held Friday, Feb. 24,7 from 7-9 p.m. at the YMCA’s 119 West Third Event Center.

The event will feature Dr. Dennis Swanberg, known to his national TV audiences as “The Swan.”

Call Alpha at 336 242-1218 for reservations; tickets are $20 each. Sponsor Tables for eight guests are $250. Email alpha3@winstream.net for additional information.

 

Salisbury-Rowan AARP meets 

The Board of Directors of the Salisbury-Rowan AARP Chapter 4314 met on Jan. 18. The board is comprised of the elected officers and appointed chairpersons.

The 2017 board has some new members, bringing new ideas with them. The carry-over members appear to be excited and willing to try some new ideas.

Chapter dues are $4 per year.

The board has worked to provide both fun and informative monthly programs that include refreshments.

You can also tour the center and find out about the many great programs, classes, etc. offered there.

Our goal is to make the first Thursday of each month a date to look forward to. Any senior 50+ is invited to visit and hopefully decide to join.

 

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