Kimberly Mitchell Wood Smith… RIDE FOR A CURE BENEFIT… (Motorcycles and cars)

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*POKER RUN*
Fundraiser Benefiting Kimberly Mitchell Wood Smith, a Parkland graduate from the North Davidson community. She has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Kim, her sons (Dean, Brian & Brandon) and her cherished grandson Zechariah, as well as many other devoted family and friends greatly appreciate everything we can do for them; big or small! The ride will be followed by fellowship, 50/50 raffle and many other raffle prizes including Steamsters full house carpet cleaning, customized cake gift certificates & a photo session.

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*Single rider $15 *Double rider $20 *Cars $15
Registration begins at 11:00 am at Ted’s Kickin’ Chicken. Kick stands up at 1:00.

*Donations can be made in the form of monetary, gift cards or anything you see fit to help!

Message any questions to Tiffany FairDeana L HolmesCarly DukesLacey Dukes or Tori Dukes.

*We could use help with gathering sponsors, raffle prizes, donations etc*

Please come to show your support for Kim as she fights her battle with breast cancer.This will be a day filled with bikes, cars, friends, music and fun. Please share & repost this with your friends, we really want Kim to feel love & support from the community with a large turnout.

Please help spread the word! Click here to download FREE FLYER>>>Thank you in advance!

Greensboro Police Club to host barbecue fundraiser

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Police Club said they plan to host their annual fall barbecue on Thursday, Oct. 24.

Organizers said dine-in and take-out meals will be available between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the organization’s facility at 524 Air Harbor Road.

Meals cost $7 each and the money will be used to raise funds the Special Olympics, youth athletic scholarships and uniforms, and police memorials, organizers said.

The meals will include barbeque pork, coleslaw, baked beans and a drink and will be prepared and served by Greensboro police employees and retirees.

The Greensboro Police Club is a private civic club and has been sponsoring this fundraising event every year since its establishment in 1927.

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Guayacan Cigars Event at Twin City Cigars – October 6

Guayacan Cigars Event at Twin City Cigars

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The owner of Guayacan Cigars, Noel Rojas,  one of the hottest boutique brands available, will be hand rolling his cigars at Twin City Cigars.  This is a special event and Rojas will be attending the Lite Up Charlotte event October 5th.  He will only be visiting one shop in North Carolina post event, and it is Twin City Cigars here in Winston-Salem. This will be a unique opportunity to meet a true Cuban cigar maker, taste his offering and experience his rolling skill.

Twin City Cigars will feature their normal, food, music and friendly atmosphere.  The event is open to the public and will be providing discounts on Rojas’ Cigars.  Sign up on their mailing list to stay in the loop or visit www.twincitycigars.com tell them that you heard about this event from our website!

PHOTOS: Pink Heals Tour visits High Point, Winston-Salem

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The Pink Heals Tour rolled through High Point and Winston-Salem on Saturday, bringing the iconic pink fire trucks to both cities. Crowds turned out in both cities to show support.

The Pink Heals Tour consists of firefighters dressed in pink gear driving pink fire trucks in support of women and their battle against all cancer.

According to the organization, 100 percent of money raised at the events will go to local Triad women currently battling cancer.

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Thousands flock to Winston-Salem Air Show on Sunday (Photos)

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Instead of sitting in lawn chairs and watching planes do loop-de-loops, teen brothers Blaine and Dakota Mercer spent Sunday learning about the mechanics and technology of airplanes at the Winston-Salem Air Show.

“I’m kind of interested in piloting,” said Blaine, 13. “So it’s kind of nice to learn more about it so I can become one someday.”

The brothers explored the Carolina Air and Auto Center, a hands-on learning center featuring aviation and automotive exhibits at Smith Reynolds Airport. This was the first time that the center, which is still in development, was open during the air show.

The goal of the center, which includes flight simulators and an airplane display, is to encourage students to pursue careers in math, science and technology through after-school programs and summer camps.

The Mercer brothers, who live in Concord, used a machine to bend and shape aluminum used in the…

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