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Hurt makes swing through community

SoVaNow.com / August 23, 2010
State Sen. Robert Hurt, the Republican candidate who is challenging Democratic incumbent Tom Perriello for the Fifth District Congressional seat this fall, will tour the community today to convene with officials, business people and local residents.

Hurt will begin the day by meeting with Halifax Police Chief David Martin at 7:30 a.m. at Halifax General Store. Hurt then is scheduled to move on to The Packhouse in Halifax and from there head to Hardee’s in Halifax.

At 9 a.m. he is expected to be at the Courthouse Square where he will tour the courthouse and then stop along local businesses along Main Street.

At 10:30 Hurt is slated to visit the Mary Bethune Complex and from there move onto H&M Logging in the Sinai community. He will have lunch at noon at Mountain Road Diner where he will be joined by Delegate James Edmunds.

At 1:30, Hurt plans a visit to Hamilton Boulevard in South Boston where he will tour several facilities before going to Annin Flag Company for a tour with Bill Kelehar at 3 p.m. At 4 p.m. he is expected to finish his daylong visit at Runt Powell’s Store on Route 360.

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