• 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Deep Creek Friends Meeting, 1140 Deep Creek Church Road, Yadkinville, will host an indoor yard sale to benefit missions in the fellowship hall.
• 9 a.m. to noon, free document shred day at the Yadkin County Chamber of Commerce, 205 S. Jackson St. in Yadkinville. Non-perishable food and cash donations accepted for Yadkin Christian Ministries food pantry.
• 10 a.m., The Keepers of the Faith Christian girls club for ages 5-18 in Yadkin county meeting will be at New Birth Worship Center, 1033 Newbirth Drive, East Bend. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• 11 a.m. until, a benefit fish fry will be held for the Joanna Brenneman family, who lost their father and husband shortly after moving from Union Grove to Chatham, Virginia, at Home Acres Fine Furniture, 6224 Windsor Road, Hamptonville. Menu includes flounder, homemade broccoli salad, hushpuppies and ice cream from Wholesome Country Creamery. Food will be served by members of the Union Grove community. The event will be held rain or shine. Those who wish to make a donation, but are unable to attend, can do so by mailing a contribution to Joanna Brenneman, c/o Home Acres Fine Furniture, 6224 Windsor Road, Hamptonville, NC 27020. Checks should be made payable to Joanna Brenneman. For more information, call 336-468-1744.
•4 to 7 p.m., 100th Birthday Celebration for the Windsor’s Crossroads Community Building, located at located at 5101 Windsor Road in Hamptonville.
• 10 a.m., New Birth Worship Center, 1033 Newbirth Drive, East Bend, will celebrate Dr. James L.E. Hunt and First Lady Elvita A. Hunt 16th pastoral anniversary. The guest speaker will be Minister Emma Lee Tate, associate minister from Friendship Baptist Church, Thomasville. For additional information, call 336-699-3583 or visit www.newbirthworshipcenter.org.
• 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., port-a-pit barbecue fundraiser hosted by Yadkinville United Methodist Church to benefit Mountain Valley Hospice. Tickets are $10 and include half chicken, baked beans, slaw and dessert. Tickets are on sale now from several volunteers in the community or by calling 336-679-2466.
• 7:30 p.m., Northwood Baptist Church, 1309 Northwood Baptist Church Road, Yadkinville, a youth camp has evolved into a nightly tent revivial under the leadership of Jonathan Barker, pastor of Amazing Grace Church. For more information, call Barker at 336-466-6242.
• 8 to 10:30 a.m., the Courtney Ruritan Club is showing its appreciation and support of veterans and active duty military by inviting them every second Tuesday of the month for free coffee and donuts at the Deep Creek Community Center, 2120 Brawley Road. For further information, call Ed Gregory at 336-940-3656.
• 3 p.m., Community Drum Circle each Sunday in Central Park in King. Open to everyone. No experience necessary. Extra drums are available for use. No alcohol. Weather update or additional information can be found on Facebook. Search Pinnacle Drum Circle; email: email@example.com; or phone 336-368-3866.
• YVEDDI Head Start is accepting applications. Information needed to complete application includes child birth certificate, immunization record, verification of income for each parent, caregiver, (current w-2 tax forms), child support verification, Medicaid insurance card, documentation of child’s disability, a physical is required before enrollment. Head Start offers free health services, free dental service, free nutritious meal and snacks, individualized family support, and serves children with special needs, child must be 3 or 4 years by Aug. 31. For more information, call 336-367-7175 or 336-463-4137.
• 9:45 to 10:45 a.m., Sundays, “When Christians Get It Wrong” is the title of the series of lessons being taught by Thom Summey at First Baptist Church, Yadkinville. The class is held on second floor of fellowship hall and is for anyone older than 18.
• Whispers and Wings, 237 E. Main St., will be offering workshops/classes on a variety of topics including couponing, crocheting, and healing with natural remedies, to name a few. Call 336-677-1202 for further details.
• 7 p.m., the Winston-Salem Ski & Outing Club is a year-round skiing, outdoor activities and social club for singles, couples and families of all ages in the Winston-Salem area. Established in 1964. Club meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at various locations. Check wssoc.org for meeting location and membership information.
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