Family Dollar reopens; job fairs and children’s camps available

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Openings

The recently renovated Family dollar at Graham is now open.

Located at 116 E. Harden Street, the Family Dollar store has been remodeled to include $ 1 Dollar Tree merchandise as part of the company’s hybrid model. This is the second Family Dollar location in Alamance County to undergo these renovations and mergers.

“Family Dollar is proud to be a part of the Graham community and we are delighted to welcome existing and new customers to our newly remodeled store,” said Jim Van Slyke, spokesperson for Family Dollar. “The refreshed store will provide even more value and convenience to our shoppers. “

The location now has additional freezers and coolers as well as an expanded selection of food, beauty, household and seasonal items.

The store is open seven days a week.

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Events

DAV and RecruitMilitary will organize a virtual job fair for veterans and military spouses in North Carolina on Thursday.

The free hiring event will take place online between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Thursday. The event is open to all veterans and spouses of the United States Army.

“Our main goal is to enable veterans to find meaningful work opportunities in the private sector,” said Tim Best, CEO of RecruitMilitary. “We work with companies around the world who see tremendous value in the transferable skills that trained military personnel bring to their organizations. We are pleased to provide these companies with an extensive network of highly qualified veteran candidates seeking meaningful civilian career opportunities. “

For more information or to register for the job fair, visit https://bit.ly/3xwNcX3.

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The Workshop, Graham, North Carolina

The workshop in Graham opened registration for two summer camps for children aged 3 to 10.

“Our Kid Creatives Camps are designed to allow children to explore their creativity and learn new skills and techniques, but also to guide them towards creating something that has value beyond the process and the process. ‘experience,’ The Workshop said in an Instagram post last week.

The Little Kid Creatives Camp is open to artists aged 3 to 5 and includes artistic and sensory experiences. The Big Kid Creatives Camp is designed for children ages 6-10 who want to explore new techniques, skills, materials or equipment in their creative work. The Big Kid Camp also encourages students to think like creative entrepreneurs.

The seats are limited. To register, visit theworkshopnc.com/kid-camps.

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Elizabeth Pattman is the hot topics reporter for The Times-News in Burlington, covering business, COVID-19 and all the trends. Contact Elizabeth (she) at [email protected]ett.com. I’m also available on social media @EPattmanTN on Twitter or @burlingtontimesnews on Instagram.

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