Do you know someone who has made a difference? If so, join the WNC American Red Cross in honoring our community heroes by nominating someone who has done something extraordinary in your county. Throughout our community, ordinary people perform extraordinary acts every day, and the WNC Red Cross needs your help in identifying and recognizing them for their Salute to WNC Heroes award. Nominate someone now through November 30th.
Do you know someone who has made a difference? If so, join the WNC American Red Cross in honoring our community heroes by nominating someone who has done something extraordinary in your county. Throughout our community, ordinary people perform extraordinary acts every day. The Western North Carolina area American Red Cross needs your help in identifying and recognizing our local heroes. Nominations will be reviewed by a select committee of Western North Carolina Board Members, American Red Cross staff and leadership volunteers, and community leaders representing award categories. Learn more here.
Buncombe County is excited to announce a search for collaborative partners, with a request for proposals (RFP) for community-led initiatives that promote safety, and aim to reduce gun violence in Buncombe County. This call to action is in alignment with the 2025 Strategic Plan and the recent Justice Resource Advisory Council proclamation declaring racism as a public safety emergency. The RFP opens Monday, Nov. 9 here. The deadline to apply is Thursday, Dec. 3, at noon. For questions contact Aisha Shepherd, Community Development Specialist at (828) 250-6523, or Aisha.Shepherd@buncombecounty.org.
What is your most important asset? Now more than ever, people like yourself are looking for natural solutions for their health care needs. If you are ready to start breaking bad habits and take control of your health outcomes in life, then this event is for you. The community is invited to an open-air community wellness fair on Saturday, November 7 from 1-3 p.m. at AlignLife Chiropractic & Natural Health Center located in east Asheville. This is a no cost to you except to be present and be ready for change.
Support your team with a life size fan cutout at the 2020 Maui Invitational in Asheville! Put on your best gameday face, upload a photo of yourself, and the Maui Invitational team will insert you in your favorite team’s Aloha shirt. To guarantee your placement, orders must be purchased and uploaded by Tuesday, November 17.
Pardee UNC Healthcare welcomes Cheryl Edwards, RN to the Pardee Urgent Care team. Cheryl most recently worked with the Pardee @Work team, assisting with on-site clinics, health education, and immunization clinics. She has over 20 years of nursing experience, including over 3 years directly with occupational health. Her primary role with Urgent Care will be to supervise the Occupational Health operations, including working with Urgent Care staff and Pardee @Work staff to ensure that team member and client needs are being met.
10 Newbridge Apartments is hiring for a Leasing Consultant. The applicant must have a customer service, sales background and be proficient in social media and Microsoft office. Interested? For more information, give them a call at 828-484-7484
Looking for a new job? Friday Services has immediate openings for positions in Flat Rock, Waynesville, Fletcher, West Asheville, and more. They are now accepting online applications on their website.
Nothing can hold back the giving spirit of the holiday in WNC, particularly when it comes to ensuring that thousands of would-be empty plates will be filled with food. At a time when more families across the mountains than ever are deeply burdened, Ingles Markets is again launching the annual Ingles Giving Tree, a benefit for MANNA FoodBank and families across WNC struggling with hunger. Right now, MANNA and their partner network of nonprofit agencies are serving more than 100,000 people each month with emergency food support. With the huge increase in the need for food, Ingles is making it easy for anyone in WNC to help: All Ingles stores in the 16 counties of MANNA’s service area will have $5- and $10-dollar Ingles Giving Tree icons for purchase at checkout, representing 20 and 40 meals that will benefit the families MANNA serves. For every dollar donated, MANNA can provide 4 meals to people facing hunger right now.