Greensboro Habitat to Welcome Linda Fuller

GREENSBORO – The Greensboro College chapter of Habitat for Humanity will hold a “Breakfast With Linda Fuller” from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. April 7 in the Lea Center of Main Building.

Fuller is a co-founder of Habitat for Humanity International. For more information or to reserve a seat at the breakfast, call Jacqueline Oates at 272-7102, Ext. 372, or write to Reservations must be made by Tuesday.

Charles G. Adams to close lecture series

Charles G. Adams, a renowned lecturer, will speak at 9:45 a.m. Thursday in the Dillard Auditorium of Anderson Conference Center at Winston-Salem State University.

The lecture will conclude the 2002-03 James A. Gray “Religion and Ethics in 21st Century America” lecture series. Adams is the pastor of Hartford Memorial Baptist Church in Detroit.

John Locke Foundation representative to speak

N.C. Citizens for a Sound Economy and the John Locke Foundation will present “2003 Spring Tax Tour” at noon Thursday at Sagebrush Steak House & Saloon, 1750 S. Stratford Road. A representative from the John Locke Foundation will discuss the current state budget and taxes. For more information, call Rheta Burton at (919) 807-0100 or see the Web site /northcarolina

Lewisville Town Council meeting time changed

LEWISVILLE – The Lewisville Town Council meeting will begin at 4 p.m. instead of 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Lewisville Town Hall. A briefing will begin immediately after the meeting. Handicapped people requiring special accommodations may call the Lewisville Town Hall at 945-5558 at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting to request assistance.

Author will speak about ‘Love Languages’

Gary Chapman will speak about “The Five Love Languages of Children” at 7 p.m. Thursday at Pinedale Christian Church, 3395 Peters Creek Parkway. Chapman is a co-author of the book The Five Love Languages of Children and the author of The Five Love Languages. Admission is $7. The proceeds will go to Triad Academy, a private, nonprofit school for students with learning differences. To buy tickets, call Kathy Conner at 924-9247, Suzanne Hess at 766-1429, Sherri Holloway at 945-0554, Myra Mathis at 766-6826 or Triad Academy at 775-4900.

Group to hold series about neighborhoods

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods will hold a “Neighborhood Institute for Community Leadership 2003” spring training series Thursday through Saturday at Adam’s Mark Winston Plaza Hotel. The series will include such topics as creating neighborhoods of choice through revitalization, valuing community diversity and the real-estate development process. For more information, call Tamieka A. White at 631-9407.