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Tuned in Tuesday
April 2, 2024


Love ‘n Music Tennis Classic & Luncheon
Thursday, April 25
Starmount Forest Country Club
Tennis at 8:30 am
Luncheon at 11:45 am

   Looking for a fun event that includes a delicious lunch, door prizes, raffles and a fashion show by Simply Megs, then consider attending our Love ‘n Tennis Luncheon on Thursday, April 25! Cost for the luncheon is $45, or for $100, consider being a Lunch/Smash Sponsor which includes lunch and recognition in our program. You may sign-up for lunch or become a Sponsor, by clicking on the button link below. We’re hoping for good weather so we can use the outdoor courts for our tennis class round-robin. We still have a few player slots available, so consider signing up. 

   Whether you attend or not, don’t miss the opportunity to win some great raffles! Raffle tickets are 1-$20, 3-$50 and 7-$100.

Our exciting raffle opportunities are:
– 18K Gold Roberto Coin Bracelet donated by Fink’s Jewelers
– Private dinner for 6 donated by GIA: Drink. Eat. Listen
– A Night at O.Henry Hotel 
– Party Bus for 4 hours   

Click on the button links below to purchase Raffle Tickets.

Golden Antiques & Treasures Update
   The Guild’s Booth, (#11) at Golden Antiques and Treasures, 4237 US 220, Summerfield is always in need of restocking, as we sell out fast. We would appreciate your donations of spring decor, garden motif items, table top items, as well as, small furniture, lamps, pictures, window treatments and home decor.

   Contact Vicki Steck for pick up or drop off at [email protected] or 336-501-6688.
   Please  add to your calendar the Community Yard Sale on Saturday, April 13 from 7am – 1pm and the Springapalooza! on May 4- 5 from 11 am – 4 pm.


Students Enjoy the GSO School Concerts!

   On March 19 – 22, our Guild volunteers partnered with the Greensboro Symphony with the Tanger Center staff and the Greensboro Police Department to escort nearly 15,000 students from Alamance, Guilford, Rockingham and Randolph County schools for a wonderful 45 minute concert by the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra.

   The students had a great time. It was so wonderful to see their faces as they came in to Tanger Center for the first time. We had over 20 Guild volunteers each day. This opportunity and exposure to the arts would not have been possible without your support. Amy EvansKim LittrellNancy Bogard and Renee Angiulli would like to thank every volunteer that gave time to help us usher in and usher out each day.
   It was a truly a wonderful event! 


Thursday, April 4
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Home of Mary Rush
5007 Bass Chapel Rd, #3D
All Guild members are welcome to attend!

Sponsor Highlight

   Whether it’s a well-appointed independent home without the worries of upkeep, a community of friends, a variety of concerts and other cultural events, a beautiful neighborhood with natural spaces to explore, or simply a balanced life – you can find it here at Well-Spring, A Life Plan Community.
   Life is what you make it, so make yours extraordinary. Don’t settle for a simple retirement community. Enjoy an exceptional senior living lifestyle at Well-Spring.

   We are proud to provide our residents with state-of-the-art facilities and a wide range of wellness programs, activities, events and more.

   If you are interested in learning more about Well-Spring’s amenities and would like to take a tour of our community, feel free to contact our friendly, knowledgeable staff at (336) 579-5600. We would be happy to answer your questions about Greensboro’s only LifeCare retirement community that offers such an expansive level of services.

4100 Well Spring Drive
Greensboro, NC 27410
(336) 579-5600


Bravo Award Nominations
   The Nominations/Awards Committee is requesting nominations for the Bravo Award. This award is presented to a Guild member in good standing who has been in the Guild five years or less and has given extensive volunteer service.

   The recipient is selected by the Nominations/Awards committee from names submitted by the membership and received before the June 1 deadline. The award will be presented at the Fall General Meeting.

   Please submit nominations or questions to Brooke Fields, Chair of Nominations/Awards Committee, by email ([email protected]) or phone (336-687-9887). Click Here for the Nominations form.

– New Gifts –
Undesignated Gifts

Fray and Jim Metcalfe In Honor of Rosemary and Bob Reed
Shirley Spears

’88 Keys’ Commemorative Piano Key
   Consider supporting the Guild’s Spring fundraiser – ‘ 88 Keys. For a $100 donation to the Guild, you can dedicate a commemorative piano key in your name or in honor or memory of someone special to you.

   To donate, please click HERE or click the image above to make your donation OR mail your check to Greensboro Symphony Guild, P.O. Box 10408, Greensboro NC 27404.


Upcoming GSO Concerts

Maestro Conductor: Rei Hotoda

Soprano: Katherine Whyte
Saturday, April 6 at 8 p.m.
Tanger Center

The Music of Star Wars
Saturday, April 13 at 8 p.m.
Tanger Center

Maestro Conductor: Chelsea Tipton

Andrew Sords, violin
Violin: Andrew Sords
Saturday, May 11 at 8 p.m.
Tanger Center