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Notices for 5-29-02

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  • AbilityFirst announced Sharon Collins as its new Director of Development.
  • Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind, Inc. announced Bob Weiss as its new Director of Training.
  • The Winston-Salem Foundation gave five ECHO (Everyone Can Help Out) awards to seven individuals at its community meeting on May 14, 2002. Those receiving an award include: Reverend Sam Stevenson & Reverend Steve McCutchan, Sharon Frazier, Dr. Bill Leonard, Sarah “Sackie” Friende Hamlin, and Winston-Salem Events.
  • The Winston-Salem Foundation gave five ECHO (Everyone Can Help Out) awards to seven individuals at its community meeting on May 14, 2002. Those receiving an award include: Reverend Sam Stevenson & Reverend Steve McCutchan, Sharon Frazier, Dr. Bill Leonard, Sarah “Sackie” Friende Hamlin, and Winston-Salem Events.
  • The Winston-Salem Foundation will be making grants to nonprofit organizations from The ECHO Fund through 2004. The next deadline for proposals is July 1. For more information, contact Brenda Penney at 336-725-2382 or e-mail brenda.penney@wsfoundation.org.
  • Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind, Inc. will present the 2002 Humanitarian of the Year Award to Glen E. Vogel at its 2002 Dinner Dance on November 13, 2002, at Russo’s On The Bay in Howard Beach, New York.
  • The Council on Foundations will be hosting many seminars and conferences throughout the year. Visit the website to see future dates and upcoming events.

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