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Notices for 5-8-02

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  • Six North Carolina high school seniors have been awarded $96,000 in scholarships by the North Carolina Bankers Association Foundation. Each $4,000 scholarship is renewable for three additional years if the student maintains the predetermined scholastic standard. As a result, each student’s total award will be $16,000. This year’s recipients are: ·Bryan Bunn, Patrick Craig, Ryan Jennings, Justin Michaels, Joanna Mullen, and Alison Trott. For more information, visit the website.
  • The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust will be in Asheville at the Wachovia Bank’s Main Office at One Haywood Street from June 10-14, 2002 to meet with health care nonprofits in the trust’s Western Region. Appts. can be made by calling Susie Gordon at 1-800-485-9080 between 8:30 and 5pm. The meetings can provide help to groups that want to receive funding from the Trust.
  • Ivelisse Lopez, former hispanic elder outreach programs coordinator and Catholic senior ministry coordinator for the Foundation for Senior Living, has been named program officer for the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.
  • Winston-Salem Attorney Richard V. Bennett received the Hospice & Palliative CareCenter Founders Award during its annual meeting held Saturday, April 13, 2002, at the Hawthorne Inn & Conference Center in Winston-Salem. In addition, the organization presented the Kendrick Award, recognizing excellence and innovation in end-of-life care, to the Acute Palliative Care Unit at Forsyth Medical Center. Elizabeth Dole, National Director for Hospice Education and Information for the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, was guest speaker.
  • The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust trustees gave a $5 million grant to support the new Arizona Bioscience and Biomedicine Institutes.
  • Winston-Salem Attorney Richard V. Bennett received the Hospice & Palliative CareCenter Founders Award during its annual meeting held Saturday, April 13, 2002, at the Hawthorne Inn & Conference Center in Winston-Salem. In addition, the organization presented the Kendrick Award, recognizing excellence and innovation in end-of-life care, to the Acute Palliative Care Unit at Forsyth Medical Center. Elizabeth Dole, National Director for Hospice Education and Information for the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, was guest speaker.
  • 1st Annual CARE Woof-A-Palooza Benefit Dog Walk, Events, and Social Date: Saturday May 18, 2002 Time: 11 am registration Walk begins at noon Events to follow Location: Central Carolina Community College Pittsboro Campus – Hwy 64 West Cost: $20 per dog with no sponsors

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