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Nursing home residents receive Crusade4Hope gift bags

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Top, the Chase City Health & Rehab Center staff accepts gift bags for seniors, delivered by Crusade4Hope and members of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club. Middle, gift bags are delivered to the Hundley Center in South Hill. Above, a MeadowView Terrace resident receives a gift bag.

Marsha Elaine Lamb, Ryan Matthew Jordan to wed

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Marsha Elaine Lamb and Ryan Matthew Jordan

Thomas benefit planned for Sept. 5

Please join us Sunday, Sept. 5 4-8 p.m. for a BBQ Benefit Dinner and Concert for Thomas Chappell Sr. "Beverly". The event will be held at the Wilson Memorial Ruritan Club (Old Wilson Memorial School)…

Good Samaritans conducting coat drive

South Boston News
Have you ever been cold! The Good Samaritan is asking the community for warm jackets, coats, and other warm Winter clothing for men, women and children. The community is very generous in donating discarded clothing, as well as giving to other needs when called upon. It seems there are a few items that are always in short supply. At this time of year it becomes quite evident there is a shortage of warm outer clothing with coats and jackets being the top priority. Just think what it might be like if temperatures dip as they did last winter. Please check your closets for these items while remembering the needs of others. Sallie Anne Powell has been clothing coordinator for over 15 years organizing and coordinating the volunteers that work with the donated clothing each week. From left, Hazel Compton, Powell, Diane Newberry and Loretta Minnich.

John Tate celebrates 94th birthday

South Boston News
Oscar B. (John) Tate and Dottie, his wife of 67 years, celebrated his 94th birthday on Sunday, Aug. 1 in the activities room at Roman Eagle Nursing Home in Danville. They were joined by about 70 family members and friends. Toby Creek Band, of Arbor Baptist Church, Sutherlin, provided the entertainment. Cake, ice cream sundaes, punch and light snack foods were provided by the family.

Harvest herbs now for flavorful winter treats

South Boston News
Late summer is a great time to harvest herbs such as oregano, Origanum vulgare.
The Herbs Are Growing Like Crazy! What Do I Do Now? Harvest! Read on and I will tell you how.

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