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The Experience of Two Lifetimes
Kay Stone came to live on the Winston-Salem campus of Crossnore School & Children’s Home (then called The Children’s Home) when she was just six years old. She came with [...]
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Volunteer Spotlight – Mark Serosky
Mark Serosky has spent his life in service to others and he’s doing the same in his retirement by investing in the children of Crossnore. Mark served as the County Parks and Recreation [...]
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Hope Springs Up
There's something about spring that makes me begin to reflect. After the cold, dark, rainy winter, it's beyond refreshing to see flowers and trees start to bloom. (And after a [...]
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Growing up at Crossnore
“I came [to campus] with a paper bag that had all my belongings in it,” recalls Crossnore alumna Mitzi Petrey Ensor. The year was 1973 and then seven-year-old Mitzi, had come to Crossnore, along with her two sisters, by way of [...]
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It was a Barn Raiser!
The lovely Arbor Acres United Methodist Retirement Community is just a short drive from our Winston-Salem campus.  The residents of Arbor Acres have long been supporters of The Children’s Home, [...]
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Hope from a Garbage Bag Suitcase
Shenandoah Chefalo was 13 when she first went into foster care. Prior to that her life had been filled with neglect, abuse, and isolation. At times, her stuffed animals were [...]
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