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Newsletter Updates for the Week of November 13, 2017
WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: New Haywood Street shirts are in! Click HERE for more information.   You may have heard that the Freedom From Religion Foundation has called on Buncombe County’s Tourism Development Authority to review our recently awarded grant. We stand by who we are and look forward to constructive and compassionate dialogue. We will...
Haywood Street T-Shirts
We are so excited to present the new Haywood Street t-shirts!  Many thanks to Lightning Bolt Ink–a downtown Asheville, living wage certified, screen printing company. Through their guidance and craft, we have been able to bring this special product to life. All proceeds, beyond production expenses, go to supporting the programs of the Haywood Street...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of November 6, 2017
WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET: Two beautiful meals graced the tables this week. Sunday dinner was prepared by the staff and students of Warren Wilson’s, Sodexo, and Wednesday’s lunch was lovingly provided by Chai Pani/MG Road. We give thanks to both of these Downtown Welcome Table partner restaurants. Thank you to Brevard Middle School for swinging...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of October 30, 2017
WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:     Saturday brought Respite’s monthly covenant meal, lovingly prepared by Annie and Cappy. These meals are a shining example of how ‘building community’ defines the Respite model of healing. The Health & Halloween Fair at Terrace Apartments was a success! Thank you to Ms. Mary and Seth for cooking up...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of October 23, 2017
WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:   This week, Bouchon brought love in the form of warm Shepard’s Pie and a chocolate mousse we’re still talking about! Thank you to all the hands and hearts who prepared and served this meal. Haywood Street Story Circle founder and much loved friend, Barbara Bates Smith, visited us on Wednesday....
Newsletter Updates for the Week of October 16, 2017
WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:   This week we welcomed Michael into a new role at Haywood Street. Michael will serve as a liason between Steady Collective, Haywood Street Staff/Companions, and our friends who are navigating the challenges of substance abuse and addiction. We are grateful for his insight and dedication to harm reduction. Wednesday brought...
Newsletter Updates for the Week of October 9, 2017
WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:   This week we were blessed to receive our visiting friends from the Appalachian Wesley Foundation. This is a campus ministry of the United Methodist Church open to everyone at Appalachian State University and Caldwell Community College–Watuaga Campus. We look forward to sharing their company and building meaningful relationships throughout their...
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