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Friday, December 04, 2009

Hinkle House prepares for the Holiday Season

The ladies of Hinkle House have spent the past week scheduling themselves to go to every holiday concert they can find. On 12/4/09, this holiday concert season will start for them when they go to a performance at Old Town Baptist Church. They then have scheduled over the weekend to go to a gospel concert also and to view the Christmas parade in Winston-Salem. They have also been decorating the house for the holiday and preparing a menu for the upcoming Christmas open house at Hinkle. Way to get into the Christmas spirit ladies.
Posted by Winston-Salem on 12/04 at 09:56 AM

Monday, November 16, 2009

Marylene attends scholarship luncheon

Marylene, a resident at Hinkle House went to a scholarship award luncheon at Gardner-Webb University on Saturday, November 14th. Marylene has a great love for Gardner-Webb University and throughout her life has donated to the university, as has her family. Marylene loves to contribute to causes that she believes in and is an extremely giving person.
Posted by Winston-Salem on 11/16 at 12:16 PM

Monday, November 02, 2009

Nicole Joins the Inner Rhythm Choir

Nicole joined the Inner Rhythm Choir in September, and after 4 weeks of preparation and practice, has started to see the benefits of her hard work. The choir has started performing throughout the community. The Inner Rhythm Choir is a local choir that has a mission statement of spreading joy and serving our Lord thorugh music.
Posted by Winston-Salem on 11/02 at 12:28 PM

Denise’s Photography is Shown at the Enrichment Center

Denise, a resident at Hinkle House, was proud to have her photography recently displayed at the Enrichment Center in an exhibit open to the public. Some of the photographs were Halloween related, and some included other clients from the Enrichment Center. The Enrichment Center is a day program that is focused on developing art programs for disabled adults. Denise has taken to photography, and it is hard to get the camera out of her hand at times!
Posted by Winston-Salem on 11/02 at 12:17 PM

Marcie’s Band Plays and Lifts the Spirits of Those in Need

Marcie, a resident at Hinkle House, played a benefit concert at Forsyth Hospital on 10/30/09. Marcie plays the drums in The Percussion Ensemble that operates out of the Enrichment Center. Marcie has been playing drums for 8 years in this band. Marcie enjoyed performing for the patients at the hospital. The Percussion Ensemble often travels and plays concerts for others. Marcie has traveled with her band extensively, and over the past year, has played throughout North Carolina and at different venues in New York City.
Posted by Winston-Salem on 11/02 at 12:07 PM

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