WELCOME FROM HAYWOOD STREET:
Big THANK YOU to all who made Golf For Awareness 2019 a hit of an event! This year we raised more than $21,000 in support of Haywood Street Respite and the Downtown Welcome Table. Eighty nine golfers of all levels came out for the cause and to enjoy a beautiful day on the course. Lots of fun and smiles, even by Luke Lingle’s team who had hoped for a second year victory but had to yield to the powerhouse team that is @wickedweedbrewing (winners of 4 of the past 5 Golf for Awareness events). Our gratitude goes out to presenting sponsor, Wicked Weed , as well as every other sponsor, donor, player, and volunteer!
Three new partner restaurants jumped into the Holy Chaos of the Welcome Table this week. Thank you Copper Crown , Creekside Taphouse , and Foothills — we are so excited to have you all on board!
Great article on the Haywood Street Fresco!
The Haywood Street staff has been growing right along with the growth of Haywood Street! We are thankful to have taken a day of retreat this week — allowing a bit of space for self care, caring for each other and setting intentions for the good days to come.
All who wish to walk in the WNC Welcoming Procession this Saturday should meet at 9:00 am in the Grove Street parking lot. Our place in the procession will be assigned there. Come on out!
Next companion orientation: Monday, October 7
For more information about any of the following, please contact Hannah, Haywood St. Companion Coordinator, at email@example.com or 828.575.2477 [ext. 106].
Welcome Table: – Food prep and information sheet
A HAYWOOD STREET INTRODUCTION TO: J.T.
J.T. Davis is an intern here through the Young Adult Volunteer program, a year of service program through the PC(USA). She will be working closely with Haywood Street’s Companions during her time here. She is currently exploring a calling to chaplaincy. As well, she enjoys all types of creative activities, including conlanging, worldbuilding, composition, poetry, and writing. Let’s give J.T. a warm welcome!
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