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Tuesday's 10am
Gentle Yoga and Senior Stretch
Join us as we move through a sequence of gentle stretches and standing yoga poses designed to increase muscular strength, balance and flexibility. Beginners welcome!
Alamance Presbyterian Church
Greensboro, NC 27406
Contact: Karen Hendrix
336-708-1385


Tickets on Sale LIMITED Hurry
October 10, 7pm
Chris Lane in Concert

With Special Guest The Old Southern Moonshine Revival

Presented by:
The Guilford County FFA Alumni Association & McDonald's

NEW LOCATION: Southern Guilford High School/ Football Stadium
Contact: seffa@earthlink.net
www.seffaalumni.com  

September-May mainly weekends
Rent a Wrestler
The Falcon Wrestling Club are available to come help with any activities around your home or business. All proceeds raised will go directly towards the expenses of the working wrestler for camps and nationals.
Contact: Todd Carter, carterj@gcsnc.com, school 674-4280 or cell 327-2151

Pleasant Garden Community Center
Fall Baseball/Softball Sign-ups

September: 1st/6-8p, 4th/6-8p, 5th/10a-1p, 8th/6-8p, 12th/10a-1p
5024 Alliance Church Rd, Pleasant Garden
Opening Day Sept 26, Closing Day Nov 7
www.pgcommunitycenter.com

Baseball contact Freddie Adams 336-460-6108
Softball contact Tera Burgess 336-233-7206

Thursday, Sept 3, 6pm

SE Business Association
Guests are welcome and dinner is on us!
Forest Oaks CC
Please RSVP:
Amy Schwartz, 336-697-7253 aschwartz@triad.rr.com

Sept 5 & 6, 3pm
5th Annual John Coltrane International Jazz & Blues Festival

Headliners: David Sanborn, Marcus Miller, Earl Klugh, The Bold Soul Revival, Youth Work Shop Band, Snarky Puppy, Poncho Sanchez, Lalah Hathaway & the NC Coltrane All Star Band
Oak Hollow Festival Park, High Point
www.coltranejazzfest.com


Sept 7
Labor Day

Tuesday, Sept. 8, 6:30pm
SUSTAINABLE LAWN CARE Ė A GREENER YARD
Fall is the best time for rejuvenating lawns - and also to discuss how knowing and using good growing practices all year saves you time and money and reduces environmental impact. Establishing a healthy stand of grass with good planning and careful management can minimize issues with weeds, diseases and insects. You can have a healthy lawn and still reduce the use and expense of lawn chemicals.
Cooperative Extension
3309 Burlington Rd, Greensboro
Sign-up contact: Pam Marshall at 641-2400 or pamela_marshall@ncsu.edu

September 8, 10am-11am
Pleasant Garden Community Readers

All welcomed we will be discussing the One City One Book selection, A Walk in the Woods, by Bill Bryson. Library loan copies available at PG Town Hall.
PG Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Rd
Contact: Wanda Linz, wjlinz@bellsouth.net, 674-0555

September 10, 7:00pm
Annual Meeting
Southeast Volunteer Fire Department
Support you local Firefighters
6012 Liberty Road, Climax
Contact: Chief C.G. Sizemore
(336) 674-0920

Sept 11
Patriot Day

9-11
We will Never Forget

September 11, after the game
5th Quarter
Join us for Food, Friends, and Fun on the Tabernacle Ball-field after the SEHS home game!
Tabernacle UMC Ball-field
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Church Office 674-2941

September 11-13
Family Weekend
Join us for the weekend to escape the hectic world, reconnect with nature, and grow together as a family.
Quaker Lake Camp
1503 NC Hwy 62 East, Climax
Info: www.quakerlakecamp.org or 336-674-2321

September 11-13
National Folk Festival
Fri: 5:45-10:30pm
Sat: noon-10:30pm
Sun: noon-6:30pm
Forty artists and groups will perform on seven outdoor stages in
downtown Greensboro. FREE admission, great music, food and beer tents.
http://nationalfolkfestival.com/


September 12, 9:30am
SALTYDOGS Outing

The SALTYDOGS will take the Billy Graham Library Tour and enjoy lunch and show (Sampson, the Last Judge) on the grounds. Cost is $32.00. Please contact the church office (336-674-9861) or Laura McCallister (336-674-3784) soon for reservation and payment or for more information.
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Laura McCallister
sebc@triadbiz.rr.com
336-674-9861
www.gosoutheast.org/saltydogs

Saturday, September 12, 8:30pm
Outdoor Movie Night
The movie "Do You Believe" sponsored by Freedom Biker Church
The entire event is free for the community including free popcorn and sodas.
Please bring a lawn chair or blanket.
Volunteer Park 4930 Alliance Church Road, Pleasant Garden NC
Contact: Randy Austin Randy@freedombikerchurch.com
www.fbctriad.com

September 12, 8 am-1 pm
Shiloh UMC Community Yard & Craft Sale

Breakfast, fried pies, snacks & drinks available. Hot dog lunch.
7052 Hemphill Rd, Julian
(Off of Highway 62 near Highway 421)
Spaces $10 household & handcrafted items.
Contact: Lori 908-1444 or Anna 209-1069

September 12, 11am-2pm
Hot Dog Sale

Great hot dogs with homemade trimmings & desserts.
Proceeds support our missions.
Moriah UMC
3611 Liberty Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Susan Potter 336-285-6196

September 12, 7am-12pm
Yard Sale to benefit Walk to End Alzheimer's/Alzheimer's Association

All proceeds go to support the Walk to End Alzheimer's/Alzheimer's Association. We are accepting donations from September 7th through 11th. We will have tasty treats for sale as well as the opportunity to join our team the Brookdale Trail Blazers for those interested in walking with us.
Brookdale Lawndale Park (across from Country Park)
4400 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro
Contact: Jennifer Nichols
Clare Bridge Program Coordinator
jnichols2@brookdale.com
336-286-3432
Website: https://www.facebook.com/#!/BrookdaleLawndalePark

September 14, 10:30am-12:30pm
Joyful Hearts Seniors Program

Fun fellowship together, program & lunch
Julian United Methodist Church
2105 NC Hwy 62 E, Julian
Contact: Mary Welker 685-4476

September 13, 9:30am
Alive Worship Service

Are you just breathing, or are you ALIVE? We want all people to be Alive as believers and workers in Godís kingdom! This new Alive service will be every Sunday at 9:30 in Fellowship Hall. Please join us!
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Rev. Justin Cabe 674-2941

Tuesday, Sept 15, 4:30pm-7pm
Community Spaghetti Dinner

Come out and enjoy a spaghetti plate with garlic bread, salad and dessert for only $5. Eat-in or Take-out.
Friendly Baptist Church, 8102 NC Hwy. 22, Climax
Contact: Contact Church Office at (336) 685-4080

For Rent Julian Lion's Club

Rent the club for your upcoming events only $55.
Lots of amenities with full kitchen & stage.
7323 Colonial Trading Path Rd, Julian
Contact: Shaun McNeil 336-215-8168

Sept. 18, 7a-8p and Sept. 19, 7a-1p
Troop 426 Kids' Consignment Sale
FALL/WINTER clothing infant - juniors & large young mens.
Toys, games, DVDs, books, bikes, baby equipment/furniture.
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Jennifer Evans 336-638-7291
Troop426.consign@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/events/1622971601308472/

Sept 19, 9-10am
Julian UMC Food Pantry
The Food Pantry provides food boxes to families in the
SE Guilford County and Liberty areas.
The pantry is open 9-10am the 3rd Sat of each month.
2105 NC HWY 62 East, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson
kawilkerson@hotmail.com
336-302-7464

Saturday, September 19, 1pm-4pm
Annual Brunswick Stew Sale

Get your tickets now $7/quart! Don't miss your chance to get some of the best Brunswick Stew in town!
4834 Pleasant Garden Road
Pleasant Garden
Contact: Contact the church office for more information: (336) 674-5711 or
church-office@pg-umc.com

September 19, 10am-5pm
County Fair

Great food, vendors, games, Ident A Kid kits and lots of Fun!
Greensboro Moose Lodge
5031 Blakeshire Road
Vendor Contact: Angie Houser rayangsteve@bellsouth.net 336-254-6018

September 19, 5-8pm
Chicken Pie/BBQ fundraiser

Dine in or take out. BBQ plate, chicken pie plate or combination plate. Each plate had green beans, potatoes, slaw, a roll, dessert and a drink if dining in. $8 a plate or $8 per pound of BBQ. Sponsored by the youth.
Pleasant Union Methodist Church
5929 Coble Church Rd, Liberty
Contact: 336-685-4093

Sept 19,  8-1 (Rain Date Sept 24th)
Alamance Lions Club Community Yard Sale
Breakfast and Lunch food by the Lions Club
Alamance Community Park, Williams Dairy Road
Call 336-674-3017 or 336-312-4387
Space with 8 foot table $15.00, without table $10.00

September 19, 8am-1pm
Julian Fire and Rescue Department Auxiliary Yard Sale

Come out and Support your local Fire Department Auxiliary. Get some GREAT finds and enjoy lunch here with a Delicious Hot Dog for $1.00.
If you would like to reserve a yard sale table/ spot for $ 5.00 Please contact the following:
622-4321 or 685-4971
Address: 4317 Folger Rd, Julian

September 19, 10am-5pm
2nd Annual County Fair

Vendors, food, games, raffles & lots of FUN!
Greensboro Moose Lodge
5031 Blakeshire Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Angie Houser 336-254-6018
www.facebook.com/events/114049405601254

September 19, 1pm-1am
Groove Jam IV

This annual event is a fundraiser and food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry, our local food bank and homeless shelter.
Live music Rich Lerner and The Groove, Gooseberry Jam, the Mighty Fairlanes, House of Dues, Ladies Auxiliary, Sinai Mountain Ramblers, Midnight Sun, Peas and Karrots, and more.
Vendors, food trucks, and game activities on site. Coolers are welcome and there is plenty of room for camping.
Admission suggested minimum $10.00 donation & bring nonperishable food items for our local food bank.
Doodad Farm
4701 Land Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Rich Lerner (336) 314-3336
www.groovejamgreensboro.com

September 19, 7-9am
Country Breakfast Buffet

Come out and enjoy a delicious country breakfast, spent time with friends and family and help the community with projects all at the same time!
Red Cross Civitan Clubhouse
3157 Randolph Church Rd, Climax

September 20, 10:30am
Largest Tailgate Party in Pleasant Garden

 Morning starts with Worship at 10:30am followed by lunch.
Tailgate Sunday is always sports themed so be sure to wear your favorite teams colors or jersey.
We will have a variety of meat, which, will be cooked by our grillers, and there will be plenty of food. Inflatables for the kids.
Hope you can join us for a great time of worship, fellowship and fun.
New Covenant Church
4708 Alliance Church Road, Pleasant Garden
Contact: Pat Kelly
patkelly@newcovenantnc.net 336-676-0102
www.newcovenantnc.net

September 21, 1:00pm
SALTYDOGS Social & Luncheon

Join the SALTYDOGS for lunch and a mission presentation, cost $5. 
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Rd, Greensboro
Reservations: Laura McCallister
sebc@triadbiz.rr.com
336-674-9861
www.gosoutheast.org/saltydogs

Sept. 22, 6:30pm
FLOWERING TREES AND SHRUBS

Learn how to extend the bloom-time in your yard by making the most of flowering trees and shrubs. Fall is for Planting so now is the time to talk about how to select, install, and maintain these special plants. We will also discuss which ones do especially well in our Piedmont area gardens, so please join us in appreciating the many wonders of flowering trees and shrubs.
Cooperative Extension
3309 Burlington Rd, Greensboro
Sign-up contact: Pam Marshall at 641-2400 or pamela_marshall@ncsu.edu

Sept 21
International Day of Peace

Sept 23
First Day of Fall


September 24
The Guilford County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association's 14th
Annual Gardening Gala and Seminar
 Gardening Outside the Box; What's Hot in Your Garden? will focus on the latest trends in gardening, vertical and rooftop gardens, replacing turf grass with moss, and use of herbs and native plants in unconventional ways, all permeated by a Growing Communities theme.
Speakers will be Doug Elliott, author, naturalist, herbalist, storyteller, and harmonica wizard from Union Mills, NC; Erik Healy, horticulturalist and day-to-day operations manager at Moore Farms Botanical Garden in Lake City, SC; David Spain, Mossologist and owner of Moss and Stone Gardens in Raleigh, NC; and Debbie Roos, extension agent for Chatham County and founder of a Pollinator's Paradise garden at the Chatham Market.
Specialty vendors will offer plants and garden-related products for sale.
The cost is $45, which includes all seminars, morning refreshments, lunch, gift bags and more.
Register at www.guilfordextension.com Registration opens July 1 and closes September 11. Register early as seating is limited.
Guilford County Agriculture Center
3309 Burlington Road in Greensboro, NC
Contact: 336-255-2990 or 2015emgvgala@gmail.com.
Website

September 25-October 3
Rowan County Agricultural & Industrial Fair
Salisbury, NC
www.rowancountyfair.net
704-640-2326

September 25, after the game
5th Quarter
Join us for Food, Friends, and Fun on the Tabernacle Ball-field after the SEHS home game!
Tabernacle UMC Ball-field
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Church Office 674-2941

Saturday, September 26, 9-Noon
Pet Day Rabies Clinic
Protect your pet and you from rabies. Bring in your cat or dog for affordable 1 year ($5) or 3 year ($10) vaccines. For the comfort of your pet and safety of others, vaccines can also be administered in your vehicle.
Affordable micro-chipping is also available.
Contact: Sandy Carmany TownClerk@pleasantgarden.net 336-674-3002
Sponsored by the Town of PG & Guilford County
PG Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Road, Pleasant Garden

September 26, 11-10pm
Mount Holly Art & Music Festival
Art, Music, Food, Wine/Beer, Fun, Free Admission
Mount Holly, NC
http://mounthollyartsfestival.com

September 26, 2015
NC Muscadine Harvest Festival
www.muscadineharvestfestival.com
Kenansville, NC

September 26, 9am-4pm
Everybody's Day Festival
Each year people from throughout the Southeast to come and shop for arts & crafts, enjoy music, carnival rides, and great food!
North Carolina's Oldest Festival.
Thomasville, NC www.everybodysday.com

Sept 26
Opening Day Catch a Game
Pleasant Garden Community Center
 Baseball & Softball

5024 Alliance Church Rd, Pleasant Garden
www.pgcommunitycenter.com

Sept 26
Family Health & Fitness Day USA

September 26, 3 pm
Brunswick Stew & Bake Sale
Quarts of stew available for $6.50
Dessert and sweets available too!
Tabernacle UMC Fellowship Hall
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Church Office 674-2941


September 23-27
Benson Mule Days

The weekend is packed with rodeos, a mule pulling contest, arts and crafts, vendors, street dances, carnival rides, camping, trail rides, parades, bluegrass shows and more. Benson, NC
www.bensonmuledays.com


September 26, 11am-5pm
SE Fun Fest
This year's Band will be the "Barnyard Bandits" with lead singer Tony Straughn and guest appearance by Joni Garrett. Kids area with Inflatables, face painting, and horse rides and more. Arts/Crafts and Business booths, Car show, and food; hamburgers, hotdogs, funnel cakes, kettle corn and ice cream.
YMCA Camp Weaver
4924 Tapawingo Trail (Off Millpoint Road)
SE Guilford Community Foundation
info@sefunfest.com
336-701-3386
www.sefunfest.com

Sept 26, 8am-1pm
Level Cross Elementary
PTO Yard Sale
2 parking spots for $10 and sell your items or you can donate items to the school.
All funds raised will go toward much needed supplies for the school.
5417 Old Greensboro Rd. Randleman NC
Contact: Kelly Batten-www.levelcrosselempto@gmail.com
School phone 336-495-5915

Sept 26, 11am-7pm
Mt. Hope Fire Dept Annual Fish Fry

$10/plate: flounder, slaw, hushpuppies, fries, drink & dessert.
Eat in or drive-thru Take out.
6651 Holts Store Rd., Julian
Large orders: Lydia 336-263-4670


September 28
23rd ANNUAL Crime Stoppers
Golf Tournament Captain's Choice
Forest Oaks Country Club
Information Call 336-574-4020
www.ggcrimestop.org


Sept 28
Full Moon

September 29 & 30 & October 1, 8am-4pm
SPOT Mobile Spay and Wellness
First time placement of the SPOT Mobile Spay & Wellness unit in the Southeast Community. Affordable spay, neuter, heartworm, vaccines, nail trimming and wellness exams for dogs and cats. Ease of location for SE residents with affordable fees tailored to qualifying income level.
PG Town Hall
4920 Alliance Church Road
Contact: Sandy Carmany
TownClerk@pleasantgarden.net
336-674-3002
SPOT Mobile Spay & Wellness
www.spotmobilespay.com
336-279-0563

Oct 2, after the game
5th Quarter
Join us for Food, Friends, and Fun on the Tabernacle Ball-field after the SEHS home game!
Tabernacle UMC Ball-field
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Church Office 674-2941

October 3, 8:30am-1:30pm
BBQ lunch and More!

Join us for fried apple pies, homegrown canned goods, relishes, jellies, and Bake Sale!
Centre Friends Meeting
325 NC 62 East, Greensboro
Contact: Hazel Carroll 336-674-2792 or
hjcar@bellsouth.net

October 3, 7:30am
Skeeter Ride
Annual cycling fundraiser to help buy malaria nets for Imagine no Malaria in Africa!
Registration opens at 7:30 am, Ride at 8 am.
Registration Donation: $25 per individual or $35 per family. Kids under 8 ride free.
Route Options: 5 miles, 10 miles, 25 miles, or 50 miles
Register Online:
http://active.com/greensboro-nc/cycling/skeeter-bike-ride-to-end-malaria-2015
Tabernacle UMC
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Church Office 674-2941

Oct 6, 6:30pm
WINTERIZING YOUR YARD AND GARDEN
The 'to do' List for Fall
Fall is a busy time of the year for gardeners. Come learn what needs to be done and when to do it!  There's a list of simple maintenance chores in both the vegetable garden and the landscape that will pay big dividends through the winter and into next spring. We'll also talk about winterizing tools and equipment, to help you protect your investments and prepare for gardening seasons to come.
Cooperative Extension
3309 Burlington Rd, Greensboro
Sign-up contact: Pam Marshall at 641-2400 or pamela_marshall@ncsu.edu

October 10, 6pm
SE Guilford High School Reunion for ALL Alumni
Sponsored by Classes of 1973-75
Cost: $70 per person prior to August 20, $90 per person after
Activities: Dinner Buffet, Musical Entertainment & Cash Bar
Hotel: Special rate $112 per night + tax. Must call
Hotel directly at 1-800-228-9290 by September11,2015, and
tell them you are attending the Reunion.
Marriott Airport
One Marriott Drive
Greensboro, NC 27409

Contact: Susan Hairr Jones
nuggetsplace@aol.com 336-312-5904

October 10, 7pm
Chris Lane in Concert
With Special Guest The Old Southern Moonshine Revival
Southeast Guilford High School/ Football Stadium
Southern Guilford High School
Presented by:
The Guilford County FFA Alumni Association & McDonald's

Contact: seffa@earthlink.net
www.seffaalumni.com

Oct 10, 9am-4pm
Fall Extravaganza
Perfect time for Holiday Shopping; crafts, decor items, clothing, homemade items.
Hot dogs, fries, drinks & desserts available
Mt. Hope Fire Dept
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian
Space: Lydia 336-263-4670

Oct 17-27
High Point Furniture Market

October 17
Pumpkin Festival
Save the date for our annual Pumpkin Festival! Activities for all ages including pumpkin painting, pumpkin smashing, hayrides, games, inflatables and more! Bring the whole family to enjoy a day of fellowship and fun!
Quaker Lake Camp
1503 NC Hwy 62 East, Climax
Info: www.quakerlakecamp.org or 336-674-2321

Oct 17, 9-10am
Julian UMC Food Pantry

The Food Pantry provides food boxes to families in the
SE Guilford County and Liberty areas.
The pantry is open 9-10am the 3rd Sat of each month.
2105 NC HWY 62 East, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson
kawilkerson@hotmail.com
336-302-7464

Oct. 17, 9am-2pm
Fall Festival Craft Fair and Pumpkin Patch

7th Annual Fall Festival Craft Fair and Pumpkin Patch. Craft Fair 9am-2pm, Pumpkin Patch 9am-8pm
Over 25 craft vendors, games, pumpkin decorating and wonderful homemade soups for lunch. Come and join us for a FUN day.
South Elm Baptist
4212 S. Elm Eugene Street Greensboro
Contact: Kelli Smith
336-379-8613
www.sesbc.com

October 17, 9am-2pm
Health Fair
NC Vision & Hearing Screening Van

Come have a free vision and hearing screening sponsored by the Pleasant Garden Lions Club. This state of the art vehicle & testing will be held during the town's annual health fair.
Town of Pleasant Garden
4920 Alliance Church Rd, PG
Contact: Barbara Thompson, president
674-3510


Tuesday, Oct 20, 4:30pm-7pm
Community Spaghetti Dinner

Come out and enjoy a spaghetti plate with garlic bread, salad and dessert for only $5. Eat-in or Take-out.
Friendly Baptist Church, 8102 NC Hwy. 22, Climax
Contact: Contact Church Office at (336) 685-4080

Oct 23, after the game
5th Quarter
Join us for Food, Friends, and Fun on the Tabernacle Ball-field after the SEHS home game!
Tabernacle UMC Ball-field
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Church Office 674-2941

Oct 27
Full Moon

Oct 27, 6:30pm
COMPOSTING AND VERMICOMPOSTING
What to do with all those leaves? Composting is a great way to recycle, and it also produces a fantastic organic amendment that improves the fertility and texture of your soil and helps everything grow better. We will discuss easy ways to start composting in your own backyard, and what should or shouldn't be composted. We'll also go over the to-do list for having a successful 'worm bin' at home.
Cooperative Extension
3309 Burlington Rd, Greensboro
Sign-up contact: Pam Marshall at 641-2400 or pamela_marshall@ncsu.edu

Oct. 31, 5:30-8:30pm
Trunk or Treat Halloween

Hot dogs, fries, drinks & desserts available
Mt. Hope Fire Dept.
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian

Nov 6, after the game
5th Quarter
Join us for Food, Friends, and Fun on the Tabernacle Ball-field after the SEHS home game!
Tabernacle UMC Ball-field
5721 Methodist Rd, Greensboro
Contact: Church Office 674-2941

Nov 20-Dec 11
New toy drop off lets fill the truck!
Every child should feel the spirit of the Holidays!
Mt. Hope Fire Dept
6651 Holts Store Rd, Julian
Every child should feel the spirit of the Holidays!

Nov 21, 9-10am
Julian UMC Food Pantry
The Food Pantry provides food boxes to families in the
SE Guilford County and Liberty areas.
The pantry is open 9-10am the 3rd Sat of each month.
2105 NC HWY 62 East, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson
kawilkerson@hotmail.com
336-302-7464


Nov 25
Full Moon

Dec 17, 9-10am
Julian UMC Food Pantry
The Food Pantry provides food boxes to families in the
SE Guilford County and Liberty areas.
The pantry is open 9-10am the 3rd Sat of each month.
2105 NC HWY 62 East, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson
kawilkerson@hotmail.com
336-302-7464


Dec 25
Christmas Day!
Full Moon

May 15, 2016 3:00pm
Jeanne Robertson LIVE
High Point Theatre
www.highpointtheatre.com
336-887-3001


Monthly Events

Southeast Business Association
 www.SECBA.org
1st Thursday of the month, 6pm guests are welcome.
Please check the web site for meeting place:
Forest Oaks Country Club or TBA


Southeast Guilford Community Association
www.southeastguilford.org
2nd Thursday of the month 7pm
Alamance Presbyterian Church
4000 Presbyterian Road

3rd Sat 9-10am
Julian UMC Food Pantry

The Food Pantry provides food boxes to families in the
SE Guilford County and Liberty areas.
2105 NC HWY 62 East, Julian
Contact: Katherine Wilkerson
kawilkerson@hotmail.com
336-302-7464

Tuesday's 10am
Gentle Yoga and Senior Stretch
Join us as we move through a sequence of gentle stretches and standing yoga poses designed to increase muscular strength, balance and flexibility. Beginners welcome!
Alamance Presbyterian Church
Greensboro, NC 27406
Contact: Karen Hendrix
336-708-1385


Salty Dogs Senior Group
Get up and out of the house. Monthly meetings with bus outings.
Call Laura McCallister (336) 674-3784
They meet at: Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro


Senior Luncheon, FREE Monthly
10:00am the 1st Tuesday of the month
Southeast in the Moriah UMC, 3611 Liberty Rd.
10:00am the 3rd Tuesday of the month
Pleasant Garden UMC 4834 Pleasant Garden Rd
Helping seniors maintain their independence!
Senior Resources of Guilford
More info: 373-4816


Tuesday's 10am
Prayer Time
A weekly prayer for specific needs around the community and the church.
Southeast Baptist Church
5011 Liberty Road, Greensboro
www.gosoutheast.org/prayer-concerns

Sign Language Classes
Contact: Mr. Alston 336-834-7162
morticianjr@yahoo.com


Southeast Christian Women's Club Luncheon
Third Wednesday every month, 11:15 - 1pm
Forest Oaks CC
Cost $11.00 Reservations required:
Joyce Marshall 621-0682 or 312-9363


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