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Festive parades, special events and evening tree-lightings.
Experience a musical adventure Nov. 19 at Durham Performing Arts Center.
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Nonprofit celebrates five decades of helping North Carolina families.
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Program gives $1,000 a year for two years
Part of funding will go to hiring four nurses to work alongside existing social workers
Expect 45,000 books, 16 public computers and WiFi service