October 2018 Around Town 1

Chris Just Allstate Agency Expands

Chris Just is making it easier to put Triad residents “in good hands.” Chris, owner of two well-established Allstate agencies in Greensboro and Clemmons, recently acquired the Kernersville and King agencies and is pleased to announce that former owner Eric Tang has agreed to stay on as financial specialist, adding his expertise in life insurance, long-term care and retirement planning. With 12 licensed agents in four Allstate offices, Chris offers a wide range of financial services in addition to insurance for homes and autos. Find out more at Allstate.com/chrisjust.

Earlier.org Sponsors 2018 Gathering of Friends

Tickets and sponsorships are available now for a dinner and luncheon in support of Earlier.org, the Greensboro nonprofit organization dedicated to researching early detection of breast cancer. The dinner is at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16 at Grandover Resort, with Dr. Rick Rigsby serving as keynote speaker. The luncheon is at 11:30 a.m. on  Monday, Oct. 22 at the Sheraton Imperial Ballroom, with Elizabeth Vargas keynoting. For more information and tickets, visit Earlier.org.

Tickets on sale for “A Notable Night in Paris”

Tickets are on sale now for the Greensboro Symphony Guild’s “A Notable Night in Paris,” scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Nov 10 at Proximity Hotel. The festive event features an extravaganza of music, art and culinary delights to benefit the music education programs of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, which reaches more than 50,000 people annually, including Guilford County students from pre-school through high school. For tickets and more information about the guild visit GSOGuild.org.