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Community Events

“Mouthpiece Testing Night”
ATTENTION ALL CURRENT 5TH GRADERS AND 5TH GRADE FAMILIES: The South Davidson Wildcat band will be hosting a “Mouthpiece Testing Night” on Wednesday, May 29th from 4:00pm-7:00pm for any students with an interest in joining the band at South Davidson. This is a drop-in meeting, meaning that you and your family can stop by anytime during the night to test out the different instruments and decide on which one you like the best! 
There will also be a Music & Arts representative present who can give rental or buying information if that is the route you decide to take. If you have any questions about this event, or about the band in general, please email the Band Director at Thank you all, I hope to see you there!

CUMW Blood Drive
The Central United Methodist women are hosting s blood drive  Monday, June 3, 2024 from 2:00pm to 6:30pm at The Hut, 276 W. First St. Denton, NC 27239.
To schedule an appointment please call 1-800-733-2767 or visit and search sponsor code: Denton. 
Build the blood supply: come give 5/20-6/9 for an exclusive Tetris and red Cross shirt, ltd. qty.

Harrison Park, Denton NC
6:00pm until 8:00pm
•June 7: JC Johnson from Welcome, NC, Singing your favorite Country and Old Time Gospel
•June 14: Warren and Patti Miller (Reminisce Gold) from Lexington, NC singing a variety of 70’s and 80’s music
•June 21: Carroll (Smiley) Tysinger from Welcome, NC singing a variety of Country Music
•June 28: Billy Myers, well known Gospel singer whose Dada sanf with the Old North State Quartet, singing your favorite Gospel Music
Music starts at 6:00pm and ends at 8:00pm. Come out abd bring your laen chairs, friends, and family and enjoy an evening of music and fellowship.

Memorial Day Parade 2024
Join Thomasville, NC for the largest Memorial Day Parade in the Southeast, held in Downtown Thomasville on May 27th at 9:00AM.  The Parade begins along Main Street across from the water fountain at the corner of Main Street and Salem Street.  The parade will turn down Salem Street continuing to Memorial Park (Stadium Dr.) ending with a moving ceremony at Cushwa Stadium (201 Stadium Dr.).  The parade will be led by two WWII veterans and there will be professional floats, vintage and modern Military vehicles, Gold Star families, and more to see.  Come for this patriotic parade and stay for a very meaningful event at the conclusion of the parade.  There will be a wreath-laying ceremony, 21 gun salute, tributes to our Gold Star Families, free food and drinks, and (weather permitting) paratroopers flying into the stadium.
“It’s a time to honor our gold star families and appreciate the sacrifice that those who have gone before us have made” – CEO NC Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony Committee
This is the 36th annual parade and it is celebrated as a day of remembrance for those that gave all for our freedoms.