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Friday, May 08, 2015

Sunny Day

The Women of the Asheboro Home are enjoying this sunny day on the front porch sitting in the rocking chairs while eating ice cream cones. Asheboro Home
Posted by Asheboro on 05/08 at 01:42 PM

Thursday, May 08, 2014

Di’lishi Gives Back

Asheboro Home was chosen to be one of three contenders for the first quarter giveback for nonprofit organizations/agencies sponsored through Di’lishi Frozen Yogurt Bar Giving Back Program. Because of the contributions made by persons in the community which involved patrons coming into Di'lishi to order frozen yogurt with the toppings of their choice and using a voting spoon to cast their vote for the contender of their choice, Asheboro Home came in first place. Di'lishi Frozen Yogurt Giving Back Program: Trademarked fro yo'self into our community giveback program, At the end of each quarter, first ($500), second ($300), and third ($200) place cash awards are presented to three charities. Di'lishi is delighted to be able to give back to the community in this way. Di'lishi Gives Back
Posted by Asheboro on 05/08 at 12:00 PM

Friday, March 28, 2014

1st Annual Developmental Disabilities Awareness Day

DD Awareness DayDD Awareness DayDD Awareness DayDD Awareness DayDD Awareness DayDD Awareness Day March is National Developmentally Disabled Awareness month and this Friday which has been dubbed Randolph County’s first ever local Developmental Disabilities Awareness Day. Individuals with developmental disabilties community wide marched from First Baptist Church on Church Street and headed to the Bicentennial Park in downtown Asheboro. After the walk, which was just a couple of blocks long, marchers and others who came for the event where treated to music by the Movers & Shakers, including one song presented in sign language. David Smith, the Mayor of Asheboro spoke encouraging words to the developmental disabled community. Geri Welker Brower, Chairwoman of the Randolph County Mayors Committee for Disabled Persons, Dr. Bob Shackleford, President of Randolph Community College, and Lindsey Jackson, President of the Aktion Club offered words or encouragment and enrichment to the community of developmentally disabled persons attending the event. The celebration included balloons released to symbolize the need for developmentally disabled individuals to let go of the barriers they face. A picnic followed for those who brought their lunch. Free popcorn and water was also provided. A flier about the event features a ribbon superimposed with a heart composed of puzzle pieces of different colors. The logo was suggested by a comment from a developmentally disabled attendee at the last meeting of the Mayors Committee for Disabled Persons: “Even though we’re different, we’re all linked together by a puzzle.”
Posted by Asheboro on 03/28 at 12:34 PM

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Snow Day

Snow DaySnow DaySnow DaySnow DaySnow Day The women of the Asheboro Home had a fun snow day.
Posted by Asheboro on 01/30 at 12:14 PM

Friday, November 15, 2013

NC Baptist State Convention

NCBSCNCBSC The NC Bapitst State Convention was a terrific success. A couple of the women from the Asheboro Home took part in providing information about the DDM Program to spectators who visited the convention booth. It was a great day.
Posted by Asheboro on 11/15 at 12:09 PM

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