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01.20.12: News about people, groups

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Steve Hess, contracts administrator, Guilford Center, named chief program officer at Family Service of the Piedmont, Greensboro.

Summit House, which closed in July 2011 after state lawmakers discontinued funding, hopes to reopen in Guilford County as a residential rehabilitative facility for women offenders.

Community Theatre of Greensboro will benefit from “Oscar Night” celebration Feb. 26 at O. Henry Hotel.

Kids Voting Mecklenburg, Charlotte, changed name to GenerationNation.

Cary MacGregor Rotary Club and Life Experiences to benefit from 6th Annual Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras Fundraiser on Feb. 21 at The Atrium, Cary, hosted by Spectrum Properties.

Department of Social Work, N.C. State University, to hold volunteer/career fair on Jan. 25, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Caldwell Hall lounge.

Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, one of three museums selected to participate in first round of incubation and prototyping program to foster programmatic and organizational innovation, a partnership of Center for the Future of Museums at American Association of Museums, and EmcArts, funded by $500,000 grant from MetLife Foundation.

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