Wednesday Meals Returns September 6

By Susan Shinn Turner Wednesday meal lovers, rejoice! The perennially popular Wednesday meals return on September 6. This year, healthy alternatives have been added. “We already serve fresh frozen vegetables and unsweetened tea,” says Celia Jarrett, who partners with Ott Pinkston and his crew to prepare meals. “This fall, we’ll...

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Reformation Symphony

By Susan Shinn Turner As part of St. John’s Reformation celebration, the Salisbury Symphony will perform Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 5, “The Reformation Symphony,” in the Sanctuary at 7 pm Saturday, Sept. 23. Tickets are available in Seasons Gifts or online for $20 each. “This is quite a rare treat,” says...

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Cheerwine Celebration

By Susan Shinn Turner People from all over Rowan County — and all over the country, too — helped the Ritchie family celebrate Cheerwine’s 100th birthday on May 20 in Downtown Salisbury. “We felt very privileged that everybody came out to honor the anniversary of Cheerwine,” says Mark Ritchie, a...

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Reformation 500 Symphony Concert

Dear St. John’s member, What an amazing opportunity for St. John’s to be able to host a truly magnificent collaboration between the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra and the beginning of the new Salisbury Symphony Chorale along with the St. John’s Chancel Choir and Men’s Chorus to tie in with the 500th...

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