Next webisode: June 19 (Juneteenth)

Guests:
To Be Announced

+ Your Hosts Adriana Adams (of Triad Health Project) and Shane Lukas (of A Great Idea)

This Friday, join us over the lunch hour by supporting local takeout. We'll do the same and bring along some very special guests!

For many years Triad Health Project has asked the Guilford County community to come together each Spring and host dinner parties to support our mission. Spring is here and our mission still continues: to see Our Future Free from HIV. While we would love nothing more than to gather together for a dinner party, we recognize that it is essential for your health and vital for the health of the clients we serve to follow the advice of the CDC and be #AloneTogether as much as possible. We know this is hard for you, for us and for our community, but we are committed! We miss you, so….

we are hosting Lunch For Friends on Fridays each month at 12pm. Lunch For Friends will be a Facebook Live event hosted by Triad Health Project. We’ll talk, host special community guests, and most importantly, order lunch from a local restaurant to help support our local economy. We encourage you to do the same!

We hope you’ll join us and be #AloneTogether as we continue to Lunch For Friends!

Webisodes

June 26, 2020

Details to come.

June 19, 2020: Juneteenth!

We are live from Higher Ground where we are partnered with Cone Health to provide COVID-19 testing all the magic musical sounds of musician Willian Nesmith. We hang out with some of our wonderful friends and talk about the power of STIgma and how we can stop it together!

June 12, 2020

Details to come.

June 5, 2020

This week, we recognize the power, necessity, and importance of the nationwide reaction to the murder of George Floyd and other Black people by law enforcement and racial prejudice. This edition starts with a song from Michael Fisher, meets with Montagnard Dega community leaders Liana and Ha about responses to the COVID-19 pandemic (and traditional dance!), local business owner Shon Griffin who started her Adore Me Dolls business during the pandemic, and welcoming Greensboro Housing Coalition’s new Executive Director Josie Williams.

June 5, 2020

This week, we recognize the power, necessity, and importance of the nationwide reaction to the murder of George Floyd and other Black people by law enforcement and racial prejudice. This edition starts with a song from Michael Fisher, meets with Montagnard Dega community leaders Liana and Ha about responses to the COVID-19 pandemic (and traditional dance!), local business owner Shon Griffin who started her Adore Me Dolls business during the pandemic, and welcoming Greensboro Housing Coalition’s new Executive Director Josie Williams.

May 29, 2020

This week’s edition features musician Tony Steen, an STI game with Executive Director Mark Cassity, Welfare Reform Project’s Bernita Sims, and THP Board member Claire Lanier, MD, shares about creating an original storybook to educate children about the importance of social distancing.

May 22, 2020

Join us for this edition featuring Musician Robert Brewer, Amanda Sumrall of Good Human Foundation, Patrick Harman of the Hayden-Harman Foundation, and THP’s Health Educator and Volunteer Coordinator Julie McKnight

May 15, 2020

We’re back! We grab some pizza from Corner Slice and get some face time with local leaders and people you should know! After kicking off with a powerful poem from Josephus documenting his reaction to the tragic murder of Ahmaud Arbery, we connect with our friends Jennifer Ruppe of the LGBTQ Center of Greensboro, the President of The A&T’s graduating undergraduate class (sporting cap and gown!), and NC NAACP President Rev. Dr. Anthony Spearman.

May 1, 2020

On May 1, 2020 hosted a special Dining For Friends at 7pm on Facebook Live featuring musician William Nesmith.

April 24, 2020

Summary coming soon.

April 17, 2020

A wonderful show where hosts Adrian Adams of THP and Shane Lukas of A Great Idea visited with many great friends, including the great local poet Josephus, local activist and hospitality guru Ivey Ghee, farmer Adam Coker of Asa Acres, experts from Wake Forest Baptist Health and High Point University, plus our very own Clinical Specialist Monet Johnson gives us tips on keeping healthy!

April 10, 2020

In spite of technical kerfuffelry, our hosts Adriana Adams of THP and Shane Lukas of A Great Idea not only make lunch time fun – but eventful. Relive the experience with the videos below:

April 3, 2020

Appearances from musician William Nesmith, Dr Kees Van Dam of the THP board, Lian from Ghassan’s, and our neighbor Rose plus our hosts Adriana Adams of THP and Shane Lukas of A Great Idea.