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March 30: Urban Ministries, Conservation Trust, WakeMed, and more

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Urban Ministries of Durham’s Empty Bowls event sold nearly 700 tickets and raised over $25,000 to help its Community Café provide hundreds and hundreds of meals; presenting sponsor was MindWorks Multimedia.


Conservation Trust for North Carolina sold 110 acres in Haywood County in February to National Park Service for $500,000, less than half of appraised value of entire parcel, which Trust acquired from Joe and Wilma Jo Arrington through sale of 64 acres in April 2010 and donation of adjoining 46 acres in June 2010.


WakeMed Foundation raised $10 million from 400 businesses, 50 organizations and 2,700 individuals toward $20 million goal for Just for Kids Kampaign.


Jennie Boswell, associate, Alston + Bird, appointed to board of directors, YWCA Central Carolinas, Charlotte.


Susan Jenkins, executive director, Cherokee Preservation Foundation, Cherokee, named board member, New Native Arts & Cultures Foundation.


Hospice of Wake County named three new members to board of directors — Charles Hodges, account supervisor, Capstrat; David Moye, executive director, Raleigh Durham Medical Group; and Bart Norman, partner, Smith, Anderson, Blount, Dorsett, Mitchell & Jernigan.

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