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Friday, April 25 will be the perfect dog day afternoon — and morning — when golfers take to the links at Kinderton Country Club in Clarksville for the 11th annual…

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Kathy’s Column for Sept. 17, 2009

HRH auxiliary makes donation

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HALIFAX REGIONAL AUXILIARY MAKES DONATION FOR CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION. The Continuing Medical Education (CME) program at Halifax Regional Hospital is the recipient of a generous donation from the organization’s auxiliary. Accredited by the Medical Society of Virginia to provide continuing medical education for physicians, the CME program provides 24 education programs each year including annual medical and cardiology symposiums. Pictured from left to right are Shirley Loy, CME coordinator; Dr. Tessie Otero-Truitt, director of medical education; Marlene Giglio, recording secretary of the Halifax Regional Hospital Auxiliary and Judy Mayo, auxiliary treasurer and coordinator of volunteer services.

Affair of the Arts preparation

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PARSONS-BRUCE ART ASSOCIATION PREPARES FOR “AN AFFAIR OF THE ARTS.” The biennial art show and sale to benefit The Prizery is set for Oct. 10-23 featuring the works of over sixty local, regional and international artists. Tickets are now available for the opening night Gala for $60 per person and can be purchased at The Prizery, or by calling 434.572.8339. Tickets are also available online at http://www.prizery.com. A free public open house will be held on Sunday, Oct. 11, from 1-3 p.m. The two week event includes arts-related programs also at no cost including a lecture and demonstration of wheel thrown ceramics on Thursday, Oct. 15; a display of floral interpretation of the art by local garden clubs on Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 20 and 21; and an evening with author Emyl Jenkins who will read and sign her latest book The Big Steal. Frances Harrell, left, art procurement chair and Carol Foster, co-president of Parsons-Bruce Art Association and general chair of the event, show some of the art that will be available.

Community Calendar for Sept. 14, 2009

Seasons celebrates National Assisted Living Week

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SEASONS AT THE WOODVIEW CELEBRATES NATIONAL ASSISTED LIVING WEEK. Assisted living facilities around the country will be celebrating National Assisted Living Week Sept. 13-19. The staff of Seasons at The Woodview has planned a long list of events to celebrate the theme of “Traditions of the Heart.” The community is invited to participate. Call 434.572.5227 or visit http://www.seasonsatthewoodview.org for more information. From left, Amanda Guthrie, CNA; Lois Puckett, LPN, clinical coordinator; Dawn Tuck, activity coordinator, Mary Hamlett, CNA and Peggy Davis, CNA.
“Traditions of the Heart” is the theme of this year’s National Assisted Living Week, and Seasons at The Woodview is joining other facilities throughout the nation to celebrate. The week provides a unique opportunity to…

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