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Nonprofit Notebook: Salem Band to hold two concerts

Nonprofit Notebook: Salem Band to hold two concerts

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Salem Band to hold two concerts

The Salem Band will have two free concerts this week, the first will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Home Moravian Church, 529 S. Church St.

The second will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Moravian Church, 220 E. Sprague St.

Boone police hold food, funds drive

The Boone Police Department is holding its fourth Annual Holiday Food and Funds Drive through Jan. 13 to benefit the Hunger & Health Coalition in Boone.

Any non-perishable food or monetary donation will be accepted. If you would like to help, call Lt. Chris Hatton at (828) 268-6942. The Boone Police Department is located at 1500 Blowing Rock Road, Boone.

Program for students being held weekly

SMART ARTS, a program for students in grades 6 through 12 is being held at Galilee Missionary Baptist, 4129 Northampton Drive.

The program is from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays and the cost for the program is $25 per quarter per child.

For more information, call Kim Walker at (336) 695-2753.

Crisis Control selling holiday cards

Crisis Control Ministry is selling its 2016 Holiday Honor Cards for $5. All proceeds benefit Crisis Control.

One is created by graphic artist Beth Jones and one is painted by William Mangum.

For more information or to purchase holiday honor cards, visit ccmcard.org or contact Vicki Jones at (336) 201-5290 or vjones@crisiscontrol.org.

Anderson High class to hold 50th reunion

A. H. Anderson High School Class of 1967 will have its 50th Reunion Celebration May 19-21 in Norfolk and Virginia Beach, Va. The cost is $477 per person for single occupancy and $328 per person for double occupancy. The trip includes an ocean-front hotel, a meet and greet dinner, transportation, and a dinner cruise on the Spirit of Norfolk. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required and the balance is due by Jan. 28. For more information, call Birdie Jackson at (336) 306-6393 or Linda Cole at (336) 473-7504.

Guardian ad Litem volunteers needed

The Forsyth County Guardian ad Litem program is accepting applications for volunteers to be advocates for foster children.

Training is provided, with the classes beginning Jan. 21. To learn more or to apply, go to www.volunteerforgal.org or call (336) 779-6650.

Volunteers needed

to wrap gifts

The Friends of the Central Library need volunteers to help wrap gifts at Barnes and Noble, 1925 Hampton Inn Court Wednesday through Friday. Most shifts are 2 hours, but any time is appreciated. Donations will benefit such Central Library programs as the Children’s Summer Reading Program and the library’s collections.

For more information or to volunteer, email jreiskind@gmail.com or call (336) 727-0734.

Scrollers club selling Christmas ornaments

The Carolina Scrollers Club of Winston Salem is selling hand-crafted, scrolled Christmas decorations at the Klingspor Woodworking Store, 532 Hanes Mall Blvd. in Pavilions Shopping Center. For more information, visit www.carolinascrollers.com.

Tax-preparation volunteers needed

The Experiment in Self-Reliance needs volunteers to help with its free tax-preparation program.

The Forsyth Free Tax Program provides free tax-preparation services for low- and moderate-income residents at Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites throughout Forsyth County. The program utilizes volunteer tax preparers who are certified by the Internal Revenue Service.

Volunteers will receive training to provide tax help. Training is offered both online and in the classroom.

For more information, contact Delores McCullough at (336) 722-9400, ext. 172, or email delores.mccullough@eisr.org.

Compiled by Melissa Hall

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