Friday, May 23rd, 2014
Focus On: Cy Fogleman - Winston-Salem Journal
— Focus On: Cy Fogleman Winston-Salem Journal Senior Cy Fogleman of Glenn played four years of baseball, but his biggest impact may have been felt in the community. Fogleman has directed a nonprofit organization that helps families affected by premature births, Project Brotherly Love, since middle ...
Notre Dame High School - The Advocate
— Notre Dame High School The Advocate ... Leah Dailey, Jeremiah Danna, Brent Didier, Jake Doucet, Macyn Douget, Delainie Dunagan, Kathryn Shea Duncan, Lance Edwards, Jacob Faulk, Michael Faulk, Winston Faulk, Christopher Fleming, Rachel Fogleman , Estelle Fontenot, John Thomas Frank, ...
New gateways for downtown Blowing Rock proposed - Blowing Rocket
— New gateways for downtown Blowing Rock proposed Blowing Rocket The class worked in conjunction with architects Jim Pitts and Steven Price, Blowing Rock Town Manager Scott Fogleman , John Aldridge of the Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce, and ASU professor Dr. Richard Crepeau. The results of the project were ... and more »
Blowing Rock may increase property taxes - Blowing Rocket
— Blowing Rock may increase property taxes Blowing Rocket At Tuesday evening's public meeting of the Blowing Rock Commissioners, town manager Scott Fogleman announced that the town may seek to increase property taxes and other fees to help fund town operations and a number of capital projects and ... and more »
Veterans nonprofit asks for help - The Durango Herald
— Veterans nonprofit asks for help The Durango Herald Fogleman also highlighted women veterans, whom he called “invisible veterans.” Women make up 8 percent of military veterans and 12 percent of veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. They're often poorly served when they return home, he said.
Baylor alumni magazine issue focuses on split from university - Waco Tribune-Herald
— Baylor alumni magazine issue focuses on split from university Waco Tribune-Herald Baylor Spokeswoman Lori Fogleman said the university would not comment on the magazine's publication or content, but she said BAA has not informed the university of its future plans since the vote. “We remain profoundly disappointed (that) the time ... and more »