People & places Sunday, May 12
Published 12:00 am Sunday, May 12, 2019
Boyden High School Class of 1969 plans 50th reunion
Boyden High Class of ’69 (Salisbury High School) is planning its 50th high school reunion for the weekend of Oct. 18-20, 2019, including a dinner on Oct. 19. Alumni wishing to join the planning committee contact Debbie Young Carter at email@example.com. All ’69 classmates should send their contact information to Franklin Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
East Rowan High School Class of 1969 plans 50th reunion
Save the date: Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019
dinner at St. Matthews Lutheran Church and other activities .
Update your contact information by e-mailing email@example.com;
or contacting a committee member — Vernon Bernhardt, Priscilla (Ketchie) Burton, John Canup, Bonnie (Smith) Hinson, Gwen (Hess) Hudson, Jimmy Hudson, Alan Lyerly or Gail (Waller) Schwendinger);
or send your information to Class of ‘69, PO Box 936, Faith, NC 28041.
Fourth annual Keys to Caregiving Conference
Trinity Oaks and Trinity at Home will host the 4th Annual Keys to Caregiving Conference Saturday, May 18, at Trinity Oaks, 728 Klumac Road. The conference is free, and lunch is provided. Motivational speaker Jennifer Parsley will be featured, as well as dementia expert Mary Ann Drummond. Back by popular demand is a segment called Tips and Tricks of the Trade, in which professional caregivers share their hard-won practical knowledge. A panel of experts will answer questions. The event is from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., and registration starts at 8:15. There may be free adult day care available for your loved one, space permitting. The conference is free, but please RSVP to Teresa Dakins at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-603-2776.
Cleveland, N.C. native performs music with Navy Band in the Indo-Pacific Region
Musician 3rd Class William Camps, a Cleveland, North Carolina native, is participating in Pacific Partnership, the largest annual multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief preparedness mission in the Indo-Pacific region.
As a member of the Pacific Partnership 2019 team, Camps is one of more than 500 U.S. service members, volunteers and partner nation personnel taking part in a variety of projects including medical training, veterinary services, engineering projects, disaster response scenarios, and a variety of community outreach engagements.
“Pacific Partnership gives me the opportunity to communicate to other nations through music, as a universal language,”said Camps. “I especially love seeing the smiles on the faces of children when we play for them.”