BWS Update | November 2018

BWS Update | November 2018

Holidays & Car Crashes

The holiday season is fast approaching. While most of us will be celebrating with family and friends, there is something none of us want to think about: the holidays often mean increases in car crashes. Read some statistics from the North Carolina Department of Transportation about car crashes, and get some tips to help keep your family safe in this article by attorney Roy McDonald. Read more.

Milk & Cookies with Santa

The┬áCity of Lexington will be hosting Milk & Cookies with Santa on December 8, 2018 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the Robbins Recreation Center. This event is open to all ages. Price is per person, $12 for residents, $15 for non residents if you register by 11/23. Parents/participating adults must register along with the children that are attending. This event is limited to 70 guests. Register at registration.lexingtonnc.gov.

Senior Hunger

Sadly, hunger is a year-round problem in our communities. For those who face food challenges, the holidays can be especially hard as they watch others enjoy big meals with family and special holiday treats. Brinkley Walser Stoner is proud to support Pastor’s Pantry in their quest to address senior hunger in Davidson County. Please consider donating to your local food bank to help those in need all year long. Visit Pastor’s Pantry website.

Holiday Hours

We wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving! Our offices will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 22-23 so we may celebrate the holiday with our families. We’ll be back on Monday, November 26 for business as usual!

 

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