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Halifax County native receives honor

SVHEC reading bench to be dedicated in memory of Hank Bruining

The public is invited to attend the dedication of a reading bench, honoring the late Hank Bruining on Friday, at 3 p.m. at the SVHEC Innovation Center, outside the Welding…

Alton woman is third highway fatality this year in Halifax


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Red Bank News for March 26, 2017

Ash Avenue welcomes new children/youth ministers

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Ash Avenue called Stephen and Jami Hunt as its new part-time children & youth ministers. They officially began their service in March 2010. Jami is a 1996 graduate of Halifax County High School and a 2000 graduate of Radford University with a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies. While growing up at Ash Avenue, Jami was active in GAís, Acteens, Bible Drills, and various other activities. For the past ten years she has been teaching and ministering in the private and public school sector. In addition to the ministry, Jami is employed with Halifax County Public Schools. Stephen (ìSteveî) is a 1995 graduate of Blacksburg High School in Blacksburg. Before joining Ash Avenue, he was confirmed at Christ Episcopal Church in 1990 and spent his high school years in fellowship with JV, Sprint, Young Life, and various other Christian organizations. As an avid guitarist and singer, he hopes to bring a musically charged atmosphere to the youth ministry at Ash Avenue. Steve is currently employed at Molasses Grill in Halifax. He is making plans to finish his degree in theology. If you or your church would like to connect with them, call the church office at 572-2006. Also, the Hunts plan to place events and activities on the Ash Avenue website soon.

Plain and Simple for April 29, 2010

I went to a meeting this past Saturday in Richmond during which the leaders of the Virginia Methodist Conference discussed the new emphasis on “All Things New.” The idea is that we want to take…

Crystal Lee Moore, Justin Blake Brown to wed

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Crystal Lee Moore and Justin Blake Brown

Kathy’s Column for April 29, 2010

Occupational therapists help people live life to the fullest

South Boston News
HELPING LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST. Occupational therapists at Halifax Regional Hospital and Halifax Home Health help in-patients, out-patients and those at home recover from or live better while facing the challenges of illness, injury and disability. From left, Sharlene Levesque, COTA; Rosalyn Walton, OT Tech; Rochelle Lee, MS OTR/L and Jackie Sides, OTR/L CHT. Not pictured is Karen Moses, OTR.
What happens when you have been injured or have been ill and need some extra help to get back on your feet and back to your normal routine? For many people, some time spent with…

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