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7th Annual Blood Drive

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Help save a life and donate blood at Deuterman Law Group’s 7th Annual Blood Drive.  Deuterman Law Group partners with the Carolina Theatre to host a blood drive on October 6th from 2:30-6:30pm. The blood drive will take place at the historic Carolina Theatre, 310 S Greene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401 directly across the street from our Greensboro office conveniently located in downtown Greensboro. Walk ins are welcome, or you can call Robin Henley at Deuterman Law Group (336-373-1130 ext 313) to schedule an appointment.

CANCELLED Family Fest DUE TO WEATHER

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Because of bad weather, we are canceling this event. But be sure to check back her and visit our Facebook page for information about a possible rain date and the raffles.

If you’ll be at the Greensboro holiday parade on Saturday, be sure to stop by the Deuterman Law Group offices afterward for some family fun — all to benefit a great cause!

Family Fun Fest is from 2 – 4 p.m. in our parking lot at 317 S. Greene St.

We’ll have food, games, raffle drawings, face painting, a cake walk and more for kids of all ages.

You’ll even have the chance to take a photo with your favorite snowman!

Admission is free, but to participate in the games and activities, you’ll need tickets.

Bring a can of food for Urban Ministry for a ticket — or donate $1 to earn two tickets.

Throughout the holiday season, we are sponsoring a food drive for Urban Ministry. For more information on where and what types of food to donate, click here.

 

Holiday Food Drive

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Once again, we are sponsoring a holiday food drive for Urban Ministry.

Did you know …

Greensboro ranks number 1 in the nation for rise in poverty in neighborhoods? 

1 in 4 families here are food insecure?

Guilford County has more than 2000 homeless children.

We will be collecting food donations for Urban Ministry at our offices in Greensboro and Winston-Salem, and a number of other businesses and organizations to have agreed to be drop-off locations for this food drive.

You may drop off donations of canned and nonperishable food at the following locations:

  • Deuterman Law in Greensboro
  • Deuterman Law in Winston-Salem
  • Jefferson Elementary School
  • Stumble Stiltskins
  • Corner Bar
  • Chase Logeman Corp.
  • All American Fitness
  • Speakeasy Tavern
  • Tap Room
  • Addison Point Apartments
  • Tailgators Bar and Billiards
  • Davidson’s Inc.

Click here for ideas on what type of food to donate. Please, no glass containers or opened packaging. 

Food collected will be distributed to families in crisis.

Thanks for supporting and Urban Ministry in our goal to end hunger in our community.

Out of the Garden Food Drive Dropoff Locations

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As we told you last week, we are organizing a food drive to benefit the Out of the Garden Project all this month.

You can drop off nonperishable food donations to our offices in Greensboro and Winston-Salem. All food will be donated to Out of the Garden to feed hungry Guilford County schoolchildren and their families. The need is great, especially at this time of the year.

Our employees have also been working with other organizations and businesses throughout the Triad to set up donation boxes to make it easy for you to donate food to Out of the Garden, no matter where you live.

In addition to our offices at 317 S. Greene St., Greensboro, and 514 S. Stratford Road, Winston-Salem, you may donate food at the following locations:

Abundant Life Church International, 2923 Pacific Ave., Greensboro

Williams Chiropractic, 3831 W Market St, Greensboro

MB-F, 620 Industrial Ave, Greensboro

Copier Specialists of the Triad

Adkins Business Products, 111 Pomona Dr, Greensboro

Sweet Josephine’s, 2209 N. Centennial St., High Point

Community One Bank at Friendly Center, 616 Green Valley Rd, Greensboro

Industries of the Blind, 914 W Lee St, Greensboro

Faithway Baptist Church, 610 E Lake Dr, Greensboro

Providence Baptist Church, 1984 Eden Rd., Stoneville

Christ Church Greensboro, 421 West Smith St., Greensboro

Crossfit Training Valley, 1001 Springwood Ave, Gibsonville

All Star Copying & Printing, 101 S Elm St # 220, Greensboro

Le Salon, 1707 Sykes St., Burlington 

New Covenant Fellowship Church, 1913 Rogers Road, Graham 

Salyer Chiropractic, 180 Brower’s Chapel Road, Asheboro

Trogdon’s Day Care, 329 Newbern Ave., Asheboro

First Steps Early Learning Center, 2511 S Fayetteville St., Asheboro

Fresh Cuts Butcher and Seafood, 1528 Zoo Parkway, Asheboro

We will continue to update this list with more donation locations.

We also want to thank New York & Co. and Lucky Brand Jeans at the Tanger Outlet Center in Mebane for participating in our Out of the Garden food drive. Their employees will be collecting food for the organization. These stores are not public drop-off locations.

 

Join us for classic holiday movies!

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Looking for something festive to do? 

We’re kicking off the holiday season on Dec. 7 with Christmas at the Carolina, a fun and free event for kids and adults at the Carolina Theatre. 

The theater will be screening the Jim Henson classic “Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas” at 10 a.m.

Enjoy a free movie, free soft drink and popcorn, visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, sing-along to carols with the theatre’s historic pipe organ, PLUS have a chance to win a brand new bicycle.

Deuterman Law Group “elves” will be volunteering at this fun event, so be sure you come out and say hello to  your favorite attorneys, paralegals and legal support staff. 

Seating is limited for this free event, so come early! Doors open at 9:15 a.m. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Join us throughout December at the Carolina Theatre, right across the street from our office in downtown Greensboro, for the Carolina Classic Movie Series.

We’re excited to once again be a sponsor of this monthlong series of classic Christmas movies. 

  • Dec. 9 – Holiday Inn (7 p.m.): At an inn which is only open on holidays, a crooner and a hoofer vie for the affections of a beautiful up-and-coming performer.
  • Dec. 10 – The Santa Clause (7 p.m.): When a man inadvertently kills Santa on Christmas Eve, he finds himself magically recruited to take his place.
  • Dec. 11 – It’s a Wonderful Life (7 p.m.): An angel helps a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman by showing what life would have been like if he never existed.
  • Dec. 12 – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (7 p.m.): The Griswold family’s plans for a big family Christmas predictably turn into a big disaster.
  • Dec. 16 – Miracle on 34th Street (1 p.m. and 7 p.m.): A little girl discovers dreams do come true if you really believe. Six-year-old Susan has doubts about childhood’s most enduring miracle – Santa Claus. Her mother told her the “secret” about Santa a long time ago, so Susan doesn’t expect to receive the most important gifts on her Christmas list. But after meeting a special department store Santa who’s convinced he’s the real thing, Susan is given the most precious gift of all – something to believe in.
  • Dec. 17 – It’s a Wonderful Life (1 p.m. and 7 p.m.): An angel helps a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman by showing what life would have been like if he never existed.
  • Dec. 18 – White Christmas (1 p.m. and 7 p.m.): A successful song-and-dance team become romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general.

The Carolina Theatre will also be screening the classic, A Christmas Story, at 1 p.m and 7 p.m. on Dec. 19 as part of the Mixed Tape Series.

 

Dancing for Children’s Miracle Network

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Forget “Dancing with the Stars” and “So you Think You Can Dance.”

Those shows have nothing on the Deuterman Law dancers who are shaking their booties, dusting off their breakdancing skills and practicing their pliés for their big moment in the spotlight.

The Deuterman dancers will be proving their lawyers (and paralegals, too!) have rhythm and heart when they participate in the 24-hour Elonthon dance marathon.

The event, scheduled April 12-13 at Elon University, benefitting Duke Children’s Hospital in Durham. The annual dance marathon is Elon’s largest student-run fundraiser, bringing in thousands of dollars each year to help Duke Children’s Hospital families with treatment and medical expenses.

In addition to fielding a dance team and raising money for the event, Deuterman Law Group will be donating water bottles and tote bags to all competitors.

Our firm investigator, Steve Wagner, who is a graduate of Elon University, also will be speaking at the event.

 

Out of the Garden donation locations

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We’re collecting food donations for the Out of the Garden Project through Jan. 1 at our offices at 317 S. Greene St., Greensboro, and at the Carolina Theatre doing the holiday film series.

But if you can’t make it to either of those places, there are plenty of other donation locations for Out of the Garden throughout the Triad.

Faithway Baptist Church
New York & Co. in Greensboro
New York & Co. in Burlington
Training Valley Gym
Chick-Fil-A at Brassfield
Williams Chiropractic
The Lofts at Greensborough
Orthopaedic & Hand Specialists
New Covenant Fellowship Church
Me & E
Sticks & Stones
First Carolina Deli
MBF
Vistar Carolina
Rioja
Teleflex Medical
Haynes Inman
ExceptionNail
Northwest Pediatrics
Providence Baptist Church
Protective Agency
Country Kitchen
Daystar Church
Rice Toyota
Greensboro Academy
Worthville United Methodist Church

More than half of Guilford County school students count on donated lunches for basic nutrition. But on the weekend, many of these children and their families go hungry.

The Out of the Garden Project collections and distributes groceries to these families in need, providing nearly 800 bags of food containing more than 24,000 individual meals every month to 45 Triad area elementary, middle and high schools.

This year, the Deuterman Law Group will be collecting food for the Out of the Garden during the holiday movie series at the Carolina Theatre.

 

When you come to the Carolina Theatre to see one of the great classic movies like It’s a Wonderful Life, White Christmas or Elf, please bring a canned or boxed food donation (please no glass jars.) We’ll give you a coupon for $1 off concessions, and we’ll also make sure that your donation helps hungry children and their families in our community.

We will be collecting food at the Carolina Theatre through Jan. 1.

Here are a few suggestions of items to donate:

• Canned chicken, tuna, beef stew, soups, etc.
• Peanut butter & crackers
• Canned fruits & Vegetables
• Pasta, pasta sauce, mac & cheese
• Cereal (hot/cold)
• Granola, fruit, health bars, etc.

No Glass Items Please

Out of the Garden Project helps feed hungry children and families

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Imagine not having enough food to feed your family.

That’s reality for one in four families in Guilford County. In fact, the Greensboro area ranks fourth in the nation in the number of families who don’t have enough to feed their children.

The Out of the Garden Project is helping to change that. And the Deuterman Law Group is proud to join in those efforts. We hope you will, too.

More than half of Guilford County school students count on donated lunches for basic nutrition. But on the weekend, many of these children and their families go hungry.

The Out of the Garden Project collections and distributes groceries to these families in need, providing nearly 800 bags of food containing more than 24,000 individual meals every month to 45 Triad area elementary, middle and high schools.

This year, the Deuterman Law Group will be collecting food for the Out of the Garden during the holiday movie series at the Carolina Theatre.

Donate to Out of Garden to feed hungry families

When you come to the Carolina Theatre to see one of the great classic movies like It’s a Wonderful Life, White Christmas or Elf, please bring a canned or boxed food donation (please no glass jars.) We’ll give you a coupon for $1 off concessions, and we’ll also make sure that your donation helps hungry children and their families in our community.

We will be collecting food at the Carolina Theatre through Jan. 1.

Here are a few suggestions of items to donate:

• Canned chicken, tuna, beef stew, soups, etc.
• Peanut butter & crackers
• Canned fruits & Vegetables
• Pasta, pasta sauce, mac & cheese
• Cereal (hot/cold)
• Granola, fruit, health bars, etc.

No Glass Items Please