What's News Today: February 24, 2016

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(WSLS 10) - Lynchburg City Schools announces a partnership with Amazing Grace Outreach Church today. The new partnership will provide students at the Early Learning Center home with nutritious food on weekends, holidays and during summer breaks.

Lynchburg's Vector Space and AREVA host local students today for the Seismic Shake-up Challenge in celebration of Engineers Week. Students and their families will design and build structures and then test them on earthquake shaker tables. The event promotes STEM education in the Hill City.

Art as a Business is the topic for a workshop led by the Roanoke Regional Small Business Development Center and the Roanoke Arts Commission. A marketing expert will talk about how to market your business and will moderate a panel of local artists. The Healing Arts program at Carilion Clinic and the Artist Registry at the Roanoke Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau will also be discussed.

Students at Narrows High School will continue taking part in Healthy Relationships Week. The Women's Resource Center of the New River Valley hosts the event which allows students to learn what it means to have healthy relationships either romantic, friendly or familial.

Former President Bill Clinton comes to Virginia to campaign for his wife, Hillary Clinton. He's expected to visit sites in Richmond and Northern Virginia today. According to supporters, the former president will lay out what's at stake during this election. Virginians vote on March 1st as part of Super Tuesday.