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Baseball

The First Ward Community Fund is helping our friends at Carolinas Metro Inc raise money for  their U18 baseball team to attend a tournament in Atlanta. Recruiters from Historically Black Colleges and scouts from Major League Baseball attend this event. The group is holding a raffle to fund the cost of the trip. We offer […]

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First Ward and the Bobcats

The Charlotte Bobcats ended the season with a three game win streak and they are a team looking forward to next year. First Ward resident will be looking forward too. This year we gave away one-hundred-sixty-four tickets to our friends and neighbors. Children who did well in school or who did volunteer work or adults […]

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First Ward and the Bobcats

While the Bobcats’ season ended on a disappointing note, with a 104 to 84 lose to the New York Knicks, many children and families in First Ward will remember the year  differently. More than one-hundred and thirty residents were able to enjoy the NBA thanks to our ticket program. The First Ward Community Fund gave […]

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First Ward Basketball Clinic

The First Ward Community Fund, Charlotte Housing Authority (CHA) and Police Activities League (PAL) held a youth basketball clinic on Saturday, March 19th at the First Ward Recreation Center from 11:00am to 2:00pm. The center is located at 610 E 7th Street. Charlotte, North Carolina, March 19, 2011:  More than 120 people attended and 70 […]

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CHA Today

Yesterday Stan Washington, Melissa Jones and Dustin Shores appeared with Jennifer Gallman on CHA Today. Stan and Melissa are CHA case managers and members of the First Ward community Fund Board of Directors. Dustin is a professional photographer and artist who worked with the Fund on two art projects.

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First Ward and the Bobcats

The Bobcats’ season ended with a 98 to 73 loss against the Orlando Magic. While the outcome of this game was disappointing; First Ward and the Bobcats was a big success for the neighborhood. Thanks to Deborah Cox, of Savvy + Company Real Estate, who donated a pair of season tickets, many First Ward residents were able […]

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