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Revenues up as South Boston prepares for budget

Story of the Crossing goes national

Documentary on Dan River wartime tactic spread across U.S.

For Mecklenburg trustees, it’s a testy New Year

Tanner, Smiley win leadership posts on 5-4 vote; audience misses out on early decision

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SVHEC makes donation to Red Cross Haiti relief

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Community Calendar for Feb. 25, 2010

Voice of Praise to perform March 7

South Boston News
The Voice of Praise A cappella Mennonite male ensemble will perform at the Union Christian Church on March 7, at 6 p.m. Refreshments will follow in the Fellowship Hall. The public is invited to attend.

Valentine renewal

South Boston News
Members of the Halifax United Methodist Church celebrated Valentine's Day in a very unique manner - with a group marriage vow renewal. The traditional wedding vows were read by Rev. Randy Williams and repeated by the grooms and then their brides. Many long and memorable years of marriage were honored. Several couples participating in this special service including, Buddy and Joanne Ferrell, Pearl and Clayton Jarmon, Grace and Russell Byrne, Sam and Joan White, Randy and Deborah Savage, Douglas and DA Powell, Faye and Eric Arthur, and Billy and Donna Bass.

Heifer International

South Boston News
Halifax United Methodist Church began a new mission project on Valentine's Day, Heifer International. Adrienne Chesbro explains the mission's purpose, shown here holding an ark bank which each parishoner took home to fill with their spare change. The banks were passed out by the children of the church. All ark banks will be collected by Palm Sunday, and the church's youth will then choose which animals will be sent to families in need throughout the world. These animals are “living loans” because in exchange for receiving their animal and training in its care, each family agrees to give one of its animal's offspring to another family in need. It's called Passing on the Gift. Halifax United Methodist Church youth might choose heifers or goats, sheep or chicks, llamas or honeybees, water buffalo, pigs, ducks, or geese.

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