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American business women’s association awards 3 scholarships to Charlotte students

Part of my educational philosophy is that atmosphere is crucial. What we read, watch and listen to will become the gallery of our minds. Now Pandora is gumming up the works.

When she was 7 and living in Colombia, South America, Adriana Marsh’s parents took her to an international arts fair. Among other types of art, were works of origami.

La Escuelita Bilingual Preschool is preserving the cultures of the families it serves and raising funds at the same time with its new cookbook, ‘Recetas de Amor de la Abuela.”

The Augustine Literacy Project, a nonprofit tutoring program based in Chapel Hill with a chapter in Charlotte, helped more than 50 students in 30 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools learn to read during the last school year.

The Respite is a nonprofit organization that offers support for those dealing with loss.

Seventy-five friends, family members and police officers applauded the 34 graduates who took the stage at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Citizens Academy graduation June24 at the Police and Fire Training Academy.

Sugaw Creek Racquet Association plays competitive matches against similar clubs from cities throughout the Southeast.

CrossRoads Corporation collaborates with Johnston YMCA, Antioch Baptist Church to give underprivileged Grier Heights kids free swimming program

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