Finding Your Place: Fostering Communities
This week we approach the year mark of our “two weeks to flatten curve” and the unofficial beginning of the COVID19 pandemic in the United States. If we've learned one [...]
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Schooling in the time of COVID
Schooling in the time of COVID-19 has been somewhat of a nightmare for parents, educators, and especially students, testing patience on all fronts.
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Writing a New Narrative of Healing
Diversity, equity, and inclusion - three words gaining heavy traction in society, now more than ever. What do they mean to an organization that is focused on child welfare and [...]
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Donor Spotlight: Tina Anderson
It all started with big, red, silly noses. Tina Anderson, a Walgreens Shift Lead, wanted to bless the children of Crossnore as part of Walgreens Red Nose program, along with [...]
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Words Matter
When I was younger, I often heard the phrase, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” As I have grown older, I have realized [...]
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Seeding the Future
When the Twin City Garden Club (TCGC) in Winston-Salem asked Crossnore’s Miracle Grounds Farm for a project request, little did they know that the answer would lead them on a [...]
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