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Clover News II for Nov. 25, 2015

Halifax students graduate at Fuqua

South Boston News
Fuqua School held its commencement Friday evening, May 21 on the front lawn of the campus. Continuing its tradition of inviting outstanding alumni to speak at graduation, Katherine Elam Busser, a 1980 graduate of Prince Edward Academy, now Fuqua School, gave the commencement address. Totaling within thousandths of a point from each other were the Class of 2010 Fuqua School honor graduates which include Morgan Wellman, valedictorian; Angie DeTorres, salutatorian, and Lindsey Johnson, salutatorian; and Isabella Gabrielle Martin, giftorian. There are twenty-three honor graduates: eleven Summa Cum Laude graduates, seven Magna Cum Laude, and five Cum Laude. All thirty graduates plan to attend college or university. Collectively, the graduates have been offered just shy of $2.2 million in academic scholarships. From left, Halifax County are Magna Cum Laude graduates Ketty Marquez, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hector Marquez of South Boston, and Michael Ketchersid, son of Dr. Terry and Dr. Marie Ketchersid of South Boston, with Presidential Scholar and Summa Cum Laude graduate Isabella Martin, daughter of Cynthia Overby and David Martin, both of Scottsburg. Both Ketty and Michael plan to attend James Madison University. Isabella was selected as Washington & Lee University’s Robert E. Lee Scholar, an honor which includes full tuition valued at over $54,000 per year.

Amanda Carol Anderson, William Field Cross to wed

South Boston News
Amanda Carol Anderson and William Field Cross

HRH introduces care for the caregiver kits

South Boston News
The next time you find yourself spending hours by a loved one’s hospital bed, ease you weariness with a back massage and other relaxation items found in the newly developed Care for the Caregiver Kit, available on all patient floors. Each kit contains a specially designed cover for the back massager made by members of the Auxiliary’s Tender Living Care Team. Pictured with Vance Midgett, center, manager of guest services and pastoral care services, are Bunleng Thanaporn on the left and Jan Lee, both members of the TLC team who created the washable reusable covers.
Nothing can be as tiring as being the family member of a hospitalized patient. Sitting at a loved one’s bedside for long hours can wear a person down. If you have ever been there you…

Beales celebrates 97th birthday

South Boston News
A special occasion was celebrated over the Memorial Day weekend at the Beales home in Boydton. Mrs. Walter R. (Harriett) Beales Jr., surrounded by her five grandchildren from Richmond, marked her 97th birthday (June 1st). Along with her sons, Walter R. Beales III, Randolph Beales and wife Julie, were many visiting well wishers. 

CCB donates mats to shelter

South Boston News
Since their transition from Citizens Community Bank to "CCB" on May 1, CCB staff members have been finding creative ways to disburse items containing the old logo for the benefit of local communities. Jenni Waller, AVP, Human Resources, donates the bank's fifteen doormats to the Lake Country SPCA.

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