Kudos — week of July 18, 2013

Congrats, grads! •Andre Ivy of Youngsville recently graduated from United Theological Seminary with a Doctor of Ministry. •Christopher McGee Hurley of Wake Forest graduated from Miami University May 11 with a Bachelor of Arts. •Richard Upton of Raleigh graduated from Emory...

School Briefs — week of July 18, 2013

To include information in the School Briefs, e-mail schools@wakeweekly.com or fax news to 919-556-2233. Elementary school news Heritage Elementary: •Open house for Tracks 1, 2 and 3 is Thursday, July 25, 6-7 p.m. •Track 4 returns to school Monday, July 29. •Tissues and Tea for...

United Way back-to-school supply drive kicks off Saturday

FRANKLIN COUNTY — Franklin County children in need of school supplies and clothes will be helped once again this year through a partnership with the United Way of Franklin County (UWFC), Franklin County Schools, N.C. Communities in Schools and Walmart in Louisburg. The effort...
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Using education to solve real problems goal of Project Wisdom

By Jonathan McNamara WAKE FOREST — Golfers are wanted for a team tournament this fall that will benefit a Heritage High service club. The first ever Global Community Classic Golf Tournament will be held by Project Wisdom a world-service project club of Heritage High, to raise...
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Millipedes on the march

Common garden millipedes tend to invade homes during wet weather. by Charlotte Glen, Horticulture Agent, N.C. Cooperative Extension WAKE FOREST — If your garage, home, shed, beehive or any other dry structure has been invaded with millipedes in the last few weeks, blame it on the...