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Jan. 4: Habitat, Food Bank, Methodist Home, and more

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Mal Murray, volunteer, Our Towns Habitat for Humanity, Cornelius, received 2010 Clive Rainey Lifetime Achievement Award, Habitat for Humanity International, for outstanding efforts to help make simple, decent, affordable housing possible in partnership with low-income families.


Tammy Caudill, former president and chief creative office, ad agency rEvolution, named marketing manager, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, Winston-Salem.


FACT Specialized Services, Jacksonville-based mental health agency, has become a program of Methodist Home for Children, Raleigh.


Applications available for the 2011-12 Cultural Project grants and Cultural Access grants for up to $7,500 from Arts & Science Council, Charlotte.


United Way of Forsyth County elected new directors to three-year terms, including Joseph D. Crocker, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust; Daan Delen, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company; Rachel M. Desmarais, Forsyth Technical Community College; Leslie L. Hayes, Wachovia, a Wells Fargo Company; Larry Pentis, GMAC; Al Renna, Family Services; the Rev. Nathan E. Scovens, Galilee Missionary Baptist Church; and Daniel Yohannes, Targacept.

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