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South Boston town manager resigns

South Boston Town Manager Timothy Wilson has resigned following a meeting of Town Council Monday night, without giving a reason for his abrupt departure only one year after he was…

Halifax mourns mayor’s passing

Gilbert ‘Dick’ Moore, town advocate and ‘genuinely caring person,’ dies at age 78

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Recent college graduate Elizabeth Leggett will spend upcoming year with Rwanda relief program

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HCCA Pageant of Hope applicants sought

South Boston News
The fifth annual Miss Halifax County Pageant of Hope to benefit Halifax County Cancer Association (HCCA) will be held on Saturday, June 8, at 7 p.m. in the Halifax County High School auditorium. Applications are available at, Hair Gallery, Pino’s, Eclipse, Chamber of Commerce, and Halifax County High School (Main Office) or by calling Jackie Meadows at 572-6723 or email:jbmeadows@comcast.net , Michelle Epps at 470-3283 or email:hcca.michelle@gmail.com or Halifax County Cancer Association office at 476-2714. Registration deadline is May 27. The pageant will feature seven divisions for ages 2 through 19 plus. All participants will receive a trophy. Members of the 2012 Pageant of Hope Court are, from left, first row, Little Miss Marya Dunning, Pre-Teen Talent Winner Savannah Farrar, Little Talent Winner Caroline Deislinger, Most Supported Evelyn Farmer, Wee Miss and Talent Winner Yasmine Ahmed, Baby Miss Avery Crenshaw. Second row, Ms. Winner Danielle Vaughan, Senior Miss Emily Hubbard, Junior Miss Mikaela Cook, Pre-Teen Miss Ayshia Williams.
SoVaNow.com / May 23, 2013


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