Everybody has their views of what success looks like and how to live their best life nowadays, but it’s a different story when you’re 96 years old and have seen it all! That’s the case for Doris Kimbrough, a longtime native of Forsyth County. She stands to be a rare one who’s had a front row seat watching two sides of town, one Winston, and the other Salem merge to form what is prominently known today as Winston Salem, NC. In her days of growing up in the 1920's she recalls booming businesses such as Krispy Kreme Doughnuts and RJ Reynolds on the scene and the challenges Winston Salem encountered with job security, racism, stability and education. Doris describes her love/hate relationship with gray hair and the funny stories and lessons it’s taught her over the decades. She speaks of the value in growing up during a time when neighbors were like family, you rarely met a stranger and the less you had the more you appreciated it. Doris made her mind up early to be an advocate of education and to serve her community to the best of her ability. She’s proud to still be here today and watch her family and the city of Winston Salem march into success in their own ways. Order your copy today!