Your WBFJ Family Station Weekend Forecast: Mostly sunny skies. A scatter thunderstorm possible Friday night into early Saturday. Lots of sunshine for Palm Sunday. Highs in the upper 70s.
Davidson County Community College is holding an Open House on Saturday from 8:30am to 2pm on the Davidson Campus. You can find out more about programs offered, admissions, financial aid, even tour the campus. There’s even some “special sessions” for homeschool families. www.davidsonccc.edu/openhouse.htm
A FREE prom shopping day for teen girls is planned for Saturday (MAR 31) “Love, Suzanne” an organization in Thomasville has been collecting gently used prom dresses and accessories for area teen girls who might not be able to go to their junior/senior prom because they can’t afford a new dress. Pre-register at www.love-suzanne.org
A BIG Vietnam Veterans Homecoming at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord this Saturday. The FREE event will honor all U.S. Vets (with a focus on Vietnam veterans) and is open to the public. Here’s a schedule for Saturday: www.charlottemotorspeedway.com
Everything is bigger in Texas, right? No exception at the Texas Rangers’ ballpark with the introduction of the ‘Champion Dog’…a two foot long hot dog topped with chili, sautéed onions and shredded cheese. The price: $26 dollars. http://eatocracy.cnn.com/2012/03/28/26-hot-dog-joins-the-snack-roster-at-rangers-ballpark/?hpt=hp_t3
After an outcry from parents (and kids), Chocolate milk will remain on the menu at Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools. There was a general feeling that if chocolate milk wasn’t an option, students might stop drinking milk altogether. According to the Winston-Salem Journal, about 76% of the milk sold in the school system is chocolate milk. http://myfox8.com/2012/03/30/chocolate-milk-to-stay-in-forsyth-co-schools/
A recent survey by Public Policy Polling showing that 58% of people are in ‘favor’ of the proposed Traditional Marriage Amendment to the state’s constitution. Vote YES in support of ‘Traditional Marriage’ when you go to the polls during the May 8th Primary inNorth Carolina. Talk points in support of the Amendment: http://ncfpc.org/pdffiles/Talkingpoints.pdf
“Vote FOR Marriage NC” www.voteformarriagenc.com/