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Letters to the editor — April 23

Barbers and beauticians are essential

Mike Barnhardt’s recent column concerning essential/nonessential businesses hit the nail on the head when he wrote that the need for services of barbers and beauticians are essential and should be allowed to operate. As we seniors (and others) look in the mirror, we appear to age much more swiftly, which certainly affects our morale and appeal to/by others. I’m  sure that Terry Brown at Clemmons Barber Shop, and his associates are as anxious to get back to work as we are to have them. Call and/or write the governor. And, Mike, keep up the good columns.
— Gordon Doliber
Winston-Salem

Church drive-in continues

There aren’t any churches that I’m aware of that are doing on location service at this time. I wanted to let our community know that Friends Baptist Church in Clemmons will be holding another drive-in service this upcoming Sunday. You just drive in and turn to a set radio station to hear as they stay in their cars. There is an electronic flyer of how the service will proceed on the church website.
I invite everyone the opportunity to get out and worship with others while maintaining safety guidelines. No bathroom use available.
— Aundrea M. Hildreth
Clemmons