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Putts For Paws golf outing on April 25 raises money for new animal shelter

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…





In warm weather and cold, Santa comes to town

South Boston News
Marching bands from three counties and dozens of floats preceded Santa Claus Friday night as the Town of Clarksville held its annual Christmas parade. The marching bands hailed from Bluestone Middle and High Schools, Halifax County middle and high Schools and Northern Vance County High School in Henderson, N.C. Arriving in horse-drawn carriages were Santa himself and Clarksville Ruritan president Julie Ames. The Ruritans served as grand marshals for this year’s parade in Clarksville. Also this weekend, the Chase City held its Christmas parade in icy conditions Sunday night. The weather prompted the scheduled marching bands to pull out of the event, but dancers, dignitaries and other participants carried on the holiday tradition in town. Sunday at 6 p.m. South Hill will hold its annual Christmas Parade. Originally scheduled for Sunday afternoon, the parade was pushed back by the Chamber of Commerce due to the inclement weather. / December 11, 2013

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