Monthly Archives: April 2016


Friend request to POTUS

A "Friendship Day" emphasis resulted in a connection with the most important leader of the United States. In February, the Kernersville Head Start children, ages three to five years old, learned about the importance of friendship: ways to be a friend and how make friends with others. To take the lesson a little further, teachers Ms. Litman and Ms. Freeman helped [...]

Doubling the fight against domestic violence

The elimination of domestic violence and sexual assault is dependent upon community support and collaboration. It is up to the entire community to create the kind of safe and secure community it wants for all families and children. Susan K. Browder and Stephanie Williams Dean have championed this cause by co-hosting their Black and Bling event [...]

Ring Out Child Abuse, April 8

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.  Winston-Salem, N.C., April 1, 2016 –– All children deserve to be free from the threat of violence and neglect. Family Services will emphasize this basic human right at a special event that will take place at 11:45 a.m. on Friday, April 8, at the Sarah Y. Austin Head [...]