How do you make a child’s Christmas Bright?
How do you make a child’s Christmas Bright?
Path of Hope is holding their Fifth Annual Motorcycle Ride for Recovery. Please join us on Saturday, August 5, 2017, for food, fellowship, and motorcycles! We will meet at Path of Hope and make a round trip ride to Dan Nicholas Park. Breakfast, snacks, and lunch will be provided for participants. The first 150 registrants also receive a FREE Path of Hope ride t-shirt.
Registration 8:30 am. Kick Stands Up 10:30 am
Our Mission is to meet the needs of all people suffering from the disease of alcoholism and other drug addiction by providing a safe secure environment focused on recovery.
Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment Center
1-336-248-8914 CALL US TODAY!!
The 2016 dates for the annual FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts have been announced. All of the concerts will feature Christmas music.
The Burlington concert will feature music by the Greensboro Symphony and will be held at Williams High School Auditorium on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The Greensboro concert will feature music by the Greensboro Symphony and will be held at the Greensboro Coliseum on Dec. 16 at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
The Winston-Salem concert, featuring music by the Winston-Salem Symphony, will be held at LJVM Coliseum on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
FOX8’s Neill McNeill and Katie Nordeen will once again host this year’s concerts in Greensboro and Winston-Salem. New this year, the Greensboro and Winston-Salem concerts will feature revamped formats to include more music, more performers, and an intermission break. The new format promises to make the experience even more fun for attendees of all ages, while maintaining the traditions of more than 25 years of Triad Holiday Concerts.
As always, admission and parking are free for all three concerts with your donation of canned food items to benefit The Salvation Army. Last year’s FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts raised more than 500,000 cans of food. The FOX8/Old Dominion Triad Holiday Concerts serve as the single largest provider of food for the hungry in the Triad, and help stock the shelves of The Salvation Army for more than half the year.
We will be doing a Toys for Tots ride starting at the Forgotten Sons clubhouse. We will have several stops and then Baggerz for the after party. We will have two bands and will provide food. Please bring a unwrapped toys for a boy or girl to help some deserving kids.
Please save the date. Big Bike for Purple Hearts will be departing from Post 55 on June 4th. Registration starts at 9am. Kick Stands Up at 11:30.
Help us support our Purple Heart Vets. Last year was a huge success. Please spread the word and come out and make this year even better. We will end this year at Triad Field of Honor. Food, Fun, Music and Honor!
To sign-up on Facebook go to https://www.facebook.com/events/1455769308085062/
A fundraising event benefiting The Sergei Foundation to help save companion pets’ lives by providing veterinary financial assistance to families unable to afford emergency, life-saving care.
WHERE: Winston-Salem Fairgrounds 300 Deacon Blvd Gate 5, Winston-Salem, NC 27105
WHEN: Saturday, May 14: 10am-4pm -and- Sunday, May 15: 11am-4pm
For specific event competition times and details, please visit the events page.PETS ARE WELCOME! (Must be leashed, well-behaved and have proof of rabies vaccination). This is a rain or shine event! If there is lightening or severe weather, events may be delayed until it clears.
COST: Required minimum donation of $6/person upon entry (kids 10 and under FREE). NO PARKING FEE. All to benefit The Sergei Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization! Competitions have individual entry fees between $5 – $30.
For more information visit there website at www.triaddoggames.com
Tuesday April 5th, 2016 6am-9pm. Richard Petty & Kyle Petty will be on site from 9-11am. Classic car show of Old Salem Chapter AACA from 4-8pm.
Krispy Kreme has teamed up with former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty and the Victory Junction Camp for the fifth annual Drive for 45 Campaign.
Chronically and seriously ill children from across the country come to Victory Junction in Randleman, North Carolina to laugh and play and forget about being sick for a while.
That’s why Krispy Kreme is proud to team up with Kyle Petty and Victory Junction in our annual Drive for 45 Campaign. Join the Krispy Kreme family in making a difference in the lives of chronically and seriously ill children by visiting VictoryJunction.org. For more information go to http://krispykreme.com/about/Philanthropy