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Mecklenburg school board eyes $3.6 million for ongoing maintenance

Even with construction of new school, money will be needed for elementary schools, empty buildings by 2021


After mid-air engine trouble, plane touches down safely

Boydton gets first look at plans for sewer pump station


Comets one game away from state tournament






Mecklenburg County Community Calendar for May 5, 2010

Mecklenburg Junior Women’s Association cotillion

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The new members of the Mecklenburg Junior Women's Association were recognized at the annual Mother-Daughter Tea on Sunday, April 11. These girls will be initiated at the upcoming cotillion on May 22. The members of the organization volunteer their time to help with community projects and events. Pictured above are Elizabeth Wells, Emily Spencer, Anna Inscore, Lucy Wagstaff, Wendy Chen, Emily Oberholtzer, Taylor Burke, Michelle Overton, Morgan Owen, Ashley Rutledge, Kelsey Pruett, Alison Forlines.

Shawna Ann Wilkerson, Walter Scott Bryant to exchange vows in June

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Shawna Ann Wilkerson and Walter Scott Bryant

Joseph Andrew McKenna, Kaylyn Gwen Coghill to wed

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Joseph Andrew McKenna and Kaylyn Gwen Coghill

Looking back, looking forward

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Mary Fran Lewis sits in front of her painting “Sunrise in Lake Country”, currently on display at The Galleria in downtown Clarksville.
Mary Fran Lewis at 93 years might be at what some consider the twilight of her life. But you would never arrive at that possibility once you talk with her. Her spunk and optimism, and the sparkle in her eyes, betray her age.

Clarksville Lady Buggs meet at ‘The Farm’

The Clarksville “Lady Buggs,” a chapter of the Red Hat Society, met at CornerStone Farm Bed and Breakfast in Red Oak for a recent outing that included a goat milking demonstration, a lite-fare lunch, and a cheese making demonstration.

Occupational therapists help people live life to the fullest

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HELPING LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST. Occupational therapists at Halifax Regional Hospital and Halifax Home Health help in-patients, out-patients and those at home recover from or live better while facing the challenges of illness, injury and disability. From left, Sharlene Levesque, COTA; Rosalyn Walton, OT Tech; Rochelle Lee, MS OTR/L and Jackie Sides, OTR/L CHT. Not pictured is Karen Moses, OTR.
What happens when you have been injured or have been ill and need some extra help to get back on your feet and back to your normal routine? For many people, some time spent with an occupational therapist is exactly what the doctor orders. This month hospitals and health care facilities nationwide are celebrating National Occupational Therapy Month, including Halifax Regional.

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